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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1972
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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"The Safest Beaches In the World Are In Gulf County"





ity Bo*d Requests

o Proceed With Bonc

The rn or LS.. doe iy com-
misioi made a -formal request
Tuesday night for the state Pol-
lution Control Commission to go
ahead with a state bond issue to
provide pollution control funds.;
The'ormal request was made i4.
theid'rm of a Resolution.
Commissioner Tom Coldewey


- lpid me Boaru Inat me people
of Florid' had approved the bond
issue in. 1:970, but that is of yet,
no bonds have been sold. The
bonds wouldd provide $100 mil-
lion fr61 which municipalities
might b rlow- to properly pre-
pare for disposal of wastes in an
approved manner.

inEmergecy Generator Installed

Sho n above is a new 150 KW' generaor lin ing installed at the
Municipal Hospital this week to provide the Hospital's entire elec-
trical- needs in case of disaster or, emergency. The generator !is
located in a new masonry construction wing to 'the Hospital on the
North side of the building. According to Carson Shores, HospitalL
maintenance supervisor, the generator will provide enough elec-
tricity for all Hospital functions, including air conditioning, for an
extended period of time if the need arises. Tihe generator automati-
cally comes on if the power fails and has an ample fuel supply for
any emergency. ---Star photo

Coldewey went on to say that
Port St. Joe and many other ci-
ties have been given until Jan-
uary 1, 1973, to construct new
disposal facilities to comply with
ecological guidelines, but none
of the promised money to fi-
nance the construction has been
The Commissioners are going
to .Tallahassee Friday for a full
days meeting with Senator Law-
ton Chiles, along with other
governmental leaders and plan
to circulate their resolutibh
among other municipal officials
seeking their support in apply-
ing pressure for the bond sale.
"There's many other cities in
the same boat we. are", Colde-
wey said.
Street Lights Approved
The Board continued their pro-
gram of up-dating the City's
street lights, by approving the
replacement of 12 existing lights
with mercury vapor lamps and
installation of a new light in the
alley to the rear of Buzzett's
Drug Store.
All lights on Palm Boulevard,
will be replaced with 100 watt
mercury vapor.
Other street light improve-
ments are being considered, but
a study will be made before any
changes are started.
The Board also:
Handled a complaint from
Quincy Hand on a hospital bill.
It seems Hand received notice
of collection of a bill which he
stated he owed. Hand said he
had paid part of the bill, by in-
surance and' had requested 6n1
itemized -bill so -he-could collect
the- remainder from" another-
company, but he could get no'
itemized statement from the hos-
pital. Hand was informed that it
was hospital policy to give no
,. itemized statements until bills
have been paid in full and that
the hospital would handle his
insurance claim. Hand said he
(Continued On Page 12)

Third Indictment Handed

Down Against Pitts, Lee

Freddie Lee Pitts and Wilbert Monday and Tuesday morning the noon hour Tuesday.
Lee were indicted in Marianna from both the state and de- Trial for Pitts and Lee has
Tuesday for the third time onil fense attorneys before rendering: been set for February 21 in
a first degree murder charge
dating back to 1963 when, Gro- their indictments shortly after Jackson County by Judge Smith.
ver Floyd and Jesse Burkett of
Port St. Joe were both murdered. _

True bills of indictments on
two counts of first degree mur-
der against the pair were hand-
ed to Circuit Judge D. R. Smith
of Ocala after- a day and a half
of hearing testimony and state-
Defense attorneys Maurice Ro-
sen and Theodore Klein immed-
iately attacked the indictment
as coming from a grand jury
which had "systematically ex-
cluded" Negroes from serving.
Judge Smith denied the objec-'
tion since; by the defense own
figures, 51 blacks were eligible
to serve on the 373 names in
the grand jury list, of eligible
The Jackson County grand
jury consisted of. all whites and
had been selected prior to the
transfer of the Pitts-Lee case to
Jackson County in December.
This same technicality, "sys-
tematic exclusion" of blacks was
the same procedure used by the
defense to erase the original in-
dictments of 1963. The second in-
dictment, which came in August
of last year, was thrown out by
Judge Smith since one of the
members had formerly been con-
victed of a felony and did not
have his civil rights restored,
making him ineligible to serve.
The Jackson County grand
jury heard arguments all day

Gulf School Board Chairman Waylon Gra-
ham, left, welcomes William Roemer, chairman
for 1972 into his position Tuesday. Roemer is
a veteran school board member and has served


I Sale

Two Beachi

Motels Sd

During WeVek

Two motels in the Port St. Joe
(area have changed for the new
The Gulf Sand's Motel which
has been owned and operated by
Mr. and: Mrs. George Hull for 11
years, was sold Ja'~uary to Mr.
and Mrs. William' Crawford. Mr.
Crawford is retired from the U.
S. Marines.
The Hulls are Working with
the Crawfords fot. a month to
familiarize them with the motel
The Gulf Sands is located on
St. Joe Beach.
In the other motel transaction,
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Hutch-
ings have sold their Driftwood
Motel to Mr. and Mrs. John P.
Philbin. Mr. Philbin is also a re-
tired Marine and has taken over
operation of the Mexico Beach
motel. Philbin retired from the,
Marines several years ago. and
has now retired as. a civil ser-
vice employee to purchase the
motel operation.
The Hutchings are making
their home in Mexico Beach.

as chairman twice in the past. Gene Raffield,
right, was elected to serve as vice-chairman by
his fellow board members. Raffield was chairman
of the board in 1970. -Star photo

PORT ST. JOE'S SHARKS-Front row, left /right: Kendrick Bryant, Gary Speight, Tim Grand-
to right; Wayne Dixon, Jeff Dixon, Sam Barnes, berry, Biff Quarles, Jim Belin and Perry Adkison.
Sandy Quinn and Mike White. Back row, left to -Star photo

Basketball Moves to the-

Front In School Athletics

Port St. Joe High School bas-
ketball will really get into high
gear this week with the football
play-offs and Christmas holidays
now in the past.
The Sharks will play their first
scheduled home game of the sea-

Free 'Pap' Smear

o ffrd Jan. 11

The Gulf County Chapter of the American Can-
cer Society is offering free Pap smears Tuesday, January
11 to be,conducted in the Gulf County Health Depart-
ment on Long Avenue. The tests will be available from
9:00 a.m. until noon and from 1:00 until 4:00 p.m.
Carcinoma of the cervix is completely curable if
caught and treated in the early stages. This disease is
the most common cause of cancer in women.
The Gulf County Health Department, in cooper-
ation with the Division of Health and the American Can-
cer Society, is holding an initial procedure clinic for all
women at the Health Department in Port St. Joe Tues-
day with Dr. Shirley Simpson conducting the clinic.
All, women who have had abnormal Pap smears
or those who have not had a smear done in the last year
are urged to take advantage of the clinic.

Last Rites Held for
Olon H. Register

Olon' Hollis- Register, 60, of
Oak Grove, was dead on arrival
at Municipal Hospital at 12:10
P.M., Thursday. Mr. Register was
a long time resident of Gulf
County and an employee of St.
Joe Paper Company. He was a
veteran of World War II and re-
ceived many citations for ser-
vices rendered his country.
Mr. Register is survived by his
widow, Mrs. Annie Marie Regis-
ter of Oak Grove; a daughter,
Mrs. Orie Conner of Atlanta, Ga.,
two grandchildren; seven broth-
ers, Claude Register of Vernon,
Band B. Register of Cottondale,
Ausburn W. and Foister Register
both of Graceville, Lee Carlton
Register of Indiana, Carson Reg-
ister of Pensacola and Shelton
.Register of, Boston, Mass; four
sisters, Mrs. Macy Kelley of Co-
lumbus,'Ga., Mrs. Edith White of
West Palm Beach, Mrs. Pearline
Leonard of Pensacola and Mrs.
Katherine Carlton of Marianna.
Funeral services were held at
1:00 p.m. Sunday from the As-
sembly of God Church at High-
land View with the Rev. Jean
Shoots, pastor, officiating. Burial
followed in the family plot of
Pleasant Grove Cemetery in

, son Friday night when they meet
Walton High of DeFuniak
The Sharks have played four
games on their regular season
thus far in the young season and
were host to the Port St. Joe In-
vitational Christmas tournament.
The Sharks have two wins and
four losses on their record.
Other games coming up in the
coming week are: Marianna here
:' Saturday night and Blountstown
-here next Tuesday night.
SCoach Bill Dixon says he has'
only one starter back from
last year's squad, Jim Belin. Be-
lin gave a good steady perform-
ance all last year under the
boards and shot a high percent-
age. Kendrick Bryant, and Perry
Adkison saw limited action last
year with the varsity.
Moving up from the junior
varsity are Sam Barnes, Sandy
Quinn, Mik e White ,Sandy
and Jeff Dixon, Gary Speight,
Tim Grandberry, and Biff Quar-
Barnes, White, Bryant, Belin,
Quarles and Adkison are seniors
with the remainder of the squad
The Sharks still have 18 games
on their schedule, including two
contests which were postponed
from the first of the present
schedule. A game with Bay High
scheduled for December 17 will
be played on January 31 and the
Blountstown game scheduled for
December 10 will be played on
SFebruary 12.
Other games on the schedule
are as follows:
Jan 7, Walton Hi, here.
Jan. 8, Marianna, here.
Jan. 11, Blountstown, here.
Jan. 14, Chipley, there.
Jan. 15, Crestview, here.
Jan. 18, Wewahitchka, here.
Jan. 21, Walton Hi, there.
Jan. 22, Rutherford, here.
Jan. 25, Bay High, here.
Jan. 28, Marianna, there.
Jan. 29, Chapman Hi., there.
Jan. 31, Bay High, ,there.
Feb. 3-5, Conference Tourna.
ment, here.

Legislators Schedule
Public Hearings
Senator W. E. Bishop and
Representatives William J. Rish
and Joe Chapman, will hold two
public hearings for the citizens
of Gulf County next week.
The first meeting will be held
in the Gulf County Courthouse
at 6:30 p.m. next Thursday, Jan-
uary 13. The second meeting will
be held in Wewahitchka in the
Gulf Coast Electric Coop build-
ing at 8:00 p.m., CS?, next Thurs-
All residents are urged to at-
tend one of the meetings. Any
problem or proposed legislation
will be open for discussion.

Feb. 8, Liberty Co., there.
Feb. 11, Chipley, here.
Feb. 12, Blountstown, there.
Feb. 15, N. F. Christian, here.
Feb. 18, Chapman Hi., here.
Feb. 19, Godby, here.

George Anchors

Taken by Death .

.-George M. Anchors,. age 52,..,
died yesterday morning at 12:35
in the Municipal Hospital follow-
ing a lingering illness.
Anchors resided at 1320 Wood-
ward Avenue and was a veteran
of World War I, where he./serv-
ed in the U. S. Navy. He was em-
ployed as office manager of the
St. Joe Paper Company Contain-
er Division plant here in Port
St. Joe.
Survivors include his widow,
Mrs. Marie Anchors; a son,.
George M. Anchors, Jr., both of /
Port St. Joe; a daughter. Mrs.*/
Michele Cottrill of Tyndall A)
Force Base; mother, Mrs. Net-
tie Anchors and a brother, Syi-
ney J. Anchors both of Port OSt
Joe; four sisters, Mrs. Jeanette
Patton of St. Petersburg, Miss
Marjorie Anchors of Beaufort,
South Carolina, Mrs. Ellen Green
and Mrs. Hazel Duren of Ply-
Funeral services will be held,
at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow from the
First United Methodist Church,
conducted by Rev. R. M. Spikes,
pastor. Rev. Father David 0'-
shea will assist. Interment will
follow in the family plot of Hol-
ly Hill Cemetery.
Services will be under the di-
rection of Comforter Funeral

Funeral Services for
Edgar Benton Feeney

Edgar Benton Feeney, age 78,
of Mexico Beach, passed away
at 5:45 p.m. Wednesday of last
week at Municipal Hospital fol-
lowing a short illness.
Mr. Feeney was a retired rep-
resentative of Gulf Oil Corpora- -
He is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Marion Feeney of Mexico
Beach; a son, Lt. Col. Edward M.
Feeney of Ramstein Air Force
Base, Germany; two grandchil-
dren; one brother, James Robert
Feeney of Fayeteville, Tenn.;
one sister, Mrs. Roy Rees of
Nashville, Tenn.
Funeral services were held at
3:00 p.m. in Fayetteville, Tenn.,
Saturday, January 1. Interment
followed in the family plot of
Rose Hill Cemetery in Fayette-
Comforter Funeral Home was
in charge of local arrangements.

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Roemer Seated by Board


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PAGE TWO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1972


Amendments Coming Up

For the second time in less than a year, the people
of Florida. will be called upon in March to vote on a Con-
stitutional Amendment to a Constitution which was
completely overhauled and adopted only a year ago.
The new Amendment would have you approve a re-
allignment of the judicial system of the state, throwing
out all municipal judges and justices of the peace, and
placing their duties in the hands of the county judge.
The change would also give part of the duties of the
county judge over to circuit judges and provide for in-
creases in the numbers of county and circuit judges to
take, care of their increased loads.
It's with misgivings that we look atthis Constitutional
Amendment and we don't plan to make up our mind on
it until we sit down for a long talk with Representative
William J. Rish, to see just what fostered the move for a
change, and if we understand the .changes correctly.
We can see the reasoning behind wanting to do away
with municipal judges and justices of the peace. Often
these offices are placed in the hands of men who don't
know how to use them properly. At present in Port St.,
Joe, we have an effective and fair municipal judge in M.
P.; Tomlinson. We have had other good judges in the past
as well as. judges iho have been ineffectual to a degree.
Other municipalities have probably suffered from this
.same. problem of good and lean years insofar as municipal

justice is concerned.
But there are two other points on the other side of
the ledger. The bill, designed, as we see it, to offer more'
experienced judicial decisions still allows for county
judges to serve who have no experience with the law. All
county judges in counties over 40,000 and higher judges
must have been members of the Florida Bar/Association
(in other words, lawyers) for a period of years. ,This
wouldn't work in smaller counties, since the field of can-
didates for county judge would be small, and trained
lawyers could likely make more money in private practice
than they could by serving as a judge.
Another problem is crowded conditions in the courts.
The county and circuit courts are already crowded to
overflowing throughout the state and adding municipal
cases onto their dockets will only aggravate rather than
alleviate the situation.
With an effective municipal judge, cases they now
handle can be taken care of swiftly, economically and ef-
ficiently, rather than crowding onto the already bulging
court dockets for an interminable wait.
If we can be assured the Amendment will have
more than enough pluses to offset these minus portions,
we might vote for it. It's an Amendment that will take
looking into.

As Gomer Pyle was fond of saying when he thought
he had done something Sergeant Carter would approve
of: "Surprise! Surprise!"
Mayor John V. Lindsay has condescended to offer
himself as a candidate to be: the Democratic standard
bearer for the Presidency of the United States.
In face of Lindsay's experience with administrating
the largest city in the world, probably he figured we
would all jump at the chance to have him as the chief
executive. of the nation.
One shouldn't consider the fact that New York City
is bankrupt. One shouldn't consider, that it has -the worst-
'crile,:dope and organized rackets problem in these
United States.: One shouldn't consider the fact that peo-
ple, in the "big city". must barricade themselves in their
homes and apartments at night to keep from being mol-
lested or even worse. One shouldn't even consider the
fact that New York's public services are driving the citi-
zens ragged with strikes, lay-offs, etc;

:, These are

all common problems with major cities,


/Dear Mr. Ramsey,
O.K., so Nebraska is No. 1, Ok-
lahoma No 2, etc., and Alabama
well, whatever. Congratula-
tions on ypur predictions. Am
writing this from the laundro-
mat where I'm drying my crying
towels (I went through several
Saturday). It's so bleak and
dreary outside that they won't

"Midget Investments With
Giant Returns"

dry out on my clothesline.
(still an Alabama fan)
P.S.-Let's see now, if we just
hadn't gone down there to Mi-
ami mumble,, mumble ..
we could have gotten away with
a 7-0 forfeit and not looked so
bad, etc., etc. Come on dry, 20
minutes is long enough ...
stop! I could use another towel.
Wait 'til next year, etc ....
(Perk up Don. You know what
they say, "It's only a game".
No, I don't really believe that,
either. -Ed.)

Published Every Thursday 'at 306 Williamu Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESIry R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proo
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
PosTOFFICE Box 308 PHOnE 227-3161
PorT Sr. JOE, FLORIDA 82456
entered am second-clas matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffiee, Port St. Joe,
rlorida, under Act of March 8, 1879.

IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, $4.00 SIX OS., $225 THREE MOS., $127.50
OUT OF COUNTY One ear, $5.00 OUT OF U. S. OnYear, 6.00
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omml sslonas in avertiseme, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further thai amount received for such
hes. poken word Is given scant attention; the printed word is thMoughtully
weaihed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly on
vnce. iThe spoke word is loat; the printed word remains.
..K__-. -------

Lindsay says, and shouldn't be charged to his ability or
lack of ability to administrate.
If we're not going to relate the condition of the City
of New York to Lindsay's administrative ability, then
what experience or expertise will he call on to justify
his candidacy?
Since Lindsay's announcement last week, we have
.watched the papers and in two short days, a home was
entered and part of the occupants killed, part injured by
hoodlums. Then, too, the bus drivers announced a strike
and the garbage collectors startedmaking noises of dis-
If Mr. Lindsay can say that NewYork City is "ungov-
ernable", then we shudder to think of what he would do
as the' President of our nation' since its problems are
slightly larger and more complex than "ungovernable"
New. York City.
We're not really too worried, though, that Mr. Lind-
say will succeed in his announced endeavor no more
so than the success he has been at being Mayor of New
York City.

Extension Line
(Florida Cooperative Extension Service of the Univer- .
sity of Florida and Gulf County Board of County Com.


Shortly after the first of Jan-
uary 1972, the Bureau of the
Census will be mailing out
"type of farm" survey report
forms to a selected group of
There will be nine different
survey forms used. One each for
cash grain, tobacco, cotton, pota-
toes, sugar and other specialized

field crops, vegetables, fruit,
livestock, dairy and poultry.
Each form is designed to col-
lect information pertinent to
that particular type of farm en-
terprise. Each form is designed
by sections so that if the answer
to the lead question is "no" the
farmer may skip to the next'sec-
The trends shown in 'the 1969'
Census of Agriculture indicate
that there is an increasing de-

Now Working

On Third Forest

Southern wood products users
are now working on their third
forest, St. Joe Paper Company
Forester, Hugh (Pete) White told
the Port St. Joe Rotary Club at
their meeting Thursday.
"The first forest", White said,
"is what Columbus found when
he came to America. We are now
finishing up the second forest, or
what came up after the first one
was cut", he said. "The third
forest is the one we are planting
now for future use".
White said the third forest
must provide more wood on less
acres than any forest in the past.
Thi s being accomplished by
foresters through the use of fer-
tilization, genetics and better
forestry harvest practices.
"We're helping the ecologists
too", White said. "We have been
attacked for our forest prepara-
tion and harvest methods of re-
cent years, but records show
that more game has been killed
off managed forests than at any
time in history."
White said, "We will soon
need three times as much wood
as at present, and new practices
must be developed, including
mechanical harvesting."
Guests of the club were Pete
Fox and Ken Bateman.

City's Smoke Tax

Receipts Down

Cigarette tax collections for Oc-
tober increased more than a mil-
lion dollars over October of 1970.
The total distribution of $10,974,-
686.79 represents a 13.15% in-
crease. Tax collections for fiscal
1971-72 are up 15.58% to date.
In the distributions of funds to
the counties and cities of their
share of the tax, the City of Port
St. Joe received. $3,764.92, reflect-
ing a decrease of $672.36 over the
same month of last year. The City
has received $26,867.41 from cigar-
ette taxes since July, 1971.
The City of Wewahitchka receiv-
ed $1,295.28 for a decrease of $230
from December of last year.
Gulf County received $616.49,
reflecting a drop of $113 from De-
cember, 1970.
gree of specialization. The com-
pletion of the "type of farm"
survey report forms will help
obtain a truer and 'more com-
plete picture of this specializa-
tion and may set the pattern for
future censuses of agriculture.
Gulf County 1969 Census of
Agriculture Report is expected
to be sent to us in the near fu-



Like I said before, anybody that can whip Oklahoma
can whip anybody in the world.
i *
Well here we go off into a new year. It's bound to
be a good year since already I have started writing "1972"
where the occasion demanded. Last year, it was almost
March before I quit writing "1970".
Some people are going to be up into March paying
off their bowl debts. It grieved, me..to see the Alabama
teams get beat really, it did. Some people were car-
ried away with their prowess before the games, however,
and let their sympathy overload their objectivity. The
first half of the year will be long for them.
As for the rest of us, we can forget about the bowl
games now and get on with beginning to tear off a new
calendar, page by page.
Naturally the talk about the town is mostly based on
whether talks scheduled, for this week will make our new
year brighter with a strike settlement. It seems a pity
that the lives of so many should be pinched by such a thing 1
as a strike. It seems more the 'pity to those who are af-
fected in a left-handed way-those who aren't involved,
but get affected as much or more than the strikers them-
Nearly everybody in town is holding his breath and
muttering a prayer that the negotiations will be fruitful.
Jeane Dixon has come up with her annual prognosti-
cation for the year ahead, which is being run serially in
the Panama City News-Herald. Miss Dixon sees the
United States continuing to meddle in the affairs of other
nations and, in her opinion, will continue to be embarrassed
in its maneuverings. Embarrassing to whom? What's em-
barrassing about trying to negotiate for a free life for
other people? Miss Dixon also warns that President
Nixon will be in danger on his visit to China. Reckon it
could be worse than his danger in Washington, D.C. ? Also
she warns of the Russians planning to sink the aircraft
carrier Enterprise. Even the Russians couldn't be this
But like millions of others, we will read her writings
on things to come making her unwritten prediction come
true. When selling her "predictions," Miss Dixon told the
syndicated distributors that millions would read her ut-
terings and they would create much reader interest. <
Therefore, her article was worth a lot of money and she
should be paid accordingly. No doubt her prediction in
this area was believed and she was remunerated acocrd-
That's about all for the new year except to tell you
that it's a long time until July 4 and the next time-off
holiday. To make matters worse, the days are getting
longer and the wait will also seem longer.

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Minutes of The I, --,i t / I l


November 9, 1971
The' Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida,
met this date 'in regular session
with the following members pre-
sent: S. C. Player, Chairman; A. L.
Davis, Leo Kennedy and Walter
'Graham. The Clerk, Deputy Sheriff
Dean, Attorney, Mosquito Control
Supervisor, Road Superintendent
and Consultant were also present.
The meeting came to order at
9:o o AM. The Attorney opened the
meeting with prayer.
Richardt Lancaster, Civil Defen-
se Director, said he can obtain a
very educational civil defense ex-
hibit showing the relationship of
schools .to the community prepard-
ness, school emergence plans, ed-
ucation and training of students
and staff; that to obtain this exhi-
bit, someone must be responsible,
for it; that he discussed that with
the principal, at the local high
school; that the prinicpal welcome-
ed the exhibit but would not be
responsible for it. After discus-
sion, there was a motion by Comm.
Graham, seconded by Comm. Ken-
nedy and duly carried, that the
Board be responsible for the ex-
hibit and that it be placed at each
school for a one week period.
'The Civil Defense Director told
the Board that the County's radio
license should be modified to in-
clude land mobile units. After be-
ing advised, the Board instructed
Mr. Lancaster to apply for a mo-
dified license that will include five
land mobile units.
E. A. Bandjough, City Commis-
sioner, City of Wewahitchka, re-
quested the Road Department to
,remove the spoil from the new set-
tling basin at the sewer treating
plant on Seventh Street. He stated
that the spoil must be removed be-
fore the basin can be activated.
The Road Superintendent, was in-
structed to attend to this matter.
The Board discussed proposals
from Orkin and Davis ,Extermina-
tors for a pest contract service for
the courthouse, each offering their
service at $30.00 per month. The
Board decided to contact Davis to
see if he would provide this ser-
vice at $30.00 per treatment on an
intermediary basis. '
The Tax Assessor requested the
following deductions on the 1971
tax roll:
Page .17, Line 66, Morgan's
Laundry, Value $700.00, Amount
$22.06; Page 69 Line 3 Clarence H.
Teale, Sr., Value $500.00 Amount
$12.01; Page 350, Line 10, George
E. Toole, Value $600.00 Amount
$14.71; Page 364, Line 2, Park M.
Trammell, Value $11,880.00 A-
mount $291.78; Page 476, Line 4,
Mosetta Edwards, Value 1,000.00,
Amount $31.52. The Board ap-
proved the deductions.
The architect presented the se-
cond statement of the amount due
Kolmetz Construction Company in
the amount of $23,016.65. There
was a motion by Comm. Graham,
seconded by Comm. Davis and un-
animously carried that said pay-
ment be approved and paid.
The Board discussed the Depart-
ment of Transportation's recom-
mendations as to traffic problems
in the vicinity of the schools lo-
cated on Long Avenue and Niles
Road and at the intersection of
Monument, Avenue and U. S. 98.
for MK Ranches, appeared before
the Board on behalf of a request
theB board on behalf of a request
for' the County to close a portion
of the Saul's Creek Road from the
intersection of the St. Regis Camp
Road Southerly through Township
8 South, Range 8 West. In a dis-
cussion that followed, the Board
requested that MK Ranches in-
crease the- size of the public park
on Saul's Creek that is to be do-
nated to the County in exchange
for closing the above mentioned
road. to include that parcel of land
lying North of the access road to
said park, making the entire North
line of the parK running from
Saul's Creek to the County road.
Mr. Gaskin agreed that said parcel
be added to the park deed to the
County. Mr. Gaskin insisted that
the park. be dedicated in perpetui-
ty as a public park. The Board a-
greed to take title to the park un-
der this condition. Upon motion by
Comm. Graham, seconded by
Comm. Davis and unanimously car-
ried, that the Board hereby ap-
proves the description of the park
after the additional parcel North
of the access road is added as
shown on the map before the
Board at htis time. The Board did
then adopt the following resolu-
tion, to-wit:

WHEREAS, Associated Invest-
ment hnd Development Corpora-

tion, has petitioned the Board of
County Commissioners to close
that portion of the Saul's Creek
road in Section 32, Township 7
South, Range 8 West from the in-
tersection of the St. Regis Camp
road Southerly through Township
8 Soutn, Range 8 West; and
WHEREAS, Associated Invest-
ment and Development Corpora-
tion has assigned' its interest in
the subject lands to MK Ranches,
a 'c6-partnership, who has now
joined in said petition; and
WHEREAS, the said petitioners
have developed and dedicated to
the public use a recreation area
in accordance with their agree-
SOLVED by the Board of County
Commissioners on this 9th day of
November, 1971, that that portion
of the Saul's Creek Road South of
the intersection of the St. Regis
Camp Road be, and the same is
hereby, closed and abandoned as a
public road, subject to the follow-
1. That the abandoned portion
6f the said road be maintained by
the said MK Ranches, their succes-
sors or assigns, and that the same
be rededicated to the Board, of
County Commissioners ,without
cost should the same be needed to
complete a link across Jackson
River Southerly. In the event the
same is required to be rededicated
to complete a link across Jackson
River Southerly, the same shall be
rededicated Southerly'to the North
bank of Jackson River without
cost to the Board of County Com-
missioners, and in said event the'
Board of County Commissioners,
their successors or assigns, shall
not obstruct nor damage any drain-
age structure or levy constructed
by the owners, their- successors or
2. Subject to the right of
owners of adjacent properties West
of Saul's Creek to ingress and e-.
gress over and upon said road for
the purpose of ingress and egress
to their properties only.
This Resolution shall become ef-
fective upon acceptance by MK
Ranches. (end) ,
The Clerk presented a statement
from the Division of Health for
nursing home care for September
in the amount of $215.60 No
action taken.
The Sheriff notified the Board
that effective November 1, 1971,
he has appointed Richard A. Lan-
caster as Deputy Sheriff and that
Wayne Gay has resigned as Deputy
The Clerk informed the Board
that he has mailed right of way
deeds to two land owners for ad-
diitonal right,of way required for
the Simmons Bayou Bridge pro-
ject, but that he has received no
answer as to whether or not this
right of way will be donated to
the county.
Comm. Davis discussed a drain-
age problem at the Lewis property
on the Chipola Cut-Off River. He
asked the entire Board to inspect
this site in an effort to determine
what should be done. The Board
was reminded that a permit from
the Trustees of the Internal Im-
provement Fund would be required
before work can be done at this
Comm. Davis informed, the Bqard
that repairs to the plumbing for
the heating system at the old court-
house is required at this time. The
Board directed him to take care of
this work, but if the cost would be
over $300.00, the Board would ad-
vertise for the work.
Comm. Davis told the Board
Gulf Timberland Company has of-
fered to donate the dirt along the
banks of newly constructed ditches
if the dirt is needed by the County.
The Road Superintendent was in-
structed to contact this company if
he can use this dirt.
Comm. Davis toold the Board
that he has found water seeping
down one of the walls in the
court room in the old courthouse.
Comm. Kennedy discussed the
proposal to obtain the Washington
School property for a pilot pro-
ject to employ disabled citizens. He
said the school board favors such
a project and have promise dto
make this property available. The
Attorney said he would get the
description of the property and
buildings and present it to a com-
mittee in the Legislature in an at-
tempt to interest the Legislature
in this matter.
The Mosquito Control Supervisor
discussed the drainage require-

ments for the Country Club area.
He said that a representative from
Trustees of the Internal Improve-
ment Fund has informed him that
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r Panhandle Hunt SeasonCloses BayBottle Collectors
Because of the holiday season,
Jan 231 Nimrod Population- Down the January meeting of the St. An-
Jan. 23; N mrod Populaton Down drew Bay Bottle Collectors Associa-
tion will be held Saturday, Janu-
With seven week ends of hunt- quail and squirrel season will ex- 23. was termed good, and included 166 ary 8 at 7:30 p.m., CST at the Ce-
ing having ended Sunday and only tend there also to February 27. Likely as a result of continuing deer, 23 wild turkeys, 434 quail, dar Grove City Hall, 2728 E. 14th
..'...... three week ends remaining, the unseasonably warm weather, fewer 640 squirrels, 165 ducks, 136 dove, St., Panama City. The regular
T current deer and turkey season in Tdasoncsh meeting date of the club is the
current deer a es n esThe deer aand t ureyseeo n hunters were in the woods and 51 wild hogs and 7 woodcock. n~ uti at of each th
.- Northwest Florida is speeding to a es elsewhere in the state on Janu- hunters were i te woos an w ogs an woodcoc. first Saturday of each month.
close The Panhandle season closes ary 9. Hunting closes on the Au- fields during the Christmas Day Harvest to date in Northwest Herman Jones, a Port St. Joe
January 23, with the quail and cilla Wildlife Management Area and New Year's Day week neds Florida on 12 wildlife management school teacher, will present a pro-
squirrel season extending to Feb- on January 9 for 'll game species, this ,year than in the same week areas has been: 1885 deer, 256 tur- gram on diving for bottles. He and
Sruary 27. Final phase of ~e dove season ends in most recent years. An es- keys, 4178 quail, 12,643 squirrels, his wife are experts on diving, bot-
The deer season on Eglin Air closes statewide on January 10. timated 7,789 hunted this year, as 1353 ducks, 749 dove, 474 wild tles, snakes, Indian artifacts and
Force Base already has closed, but The duck, coot and snipe season compared to 11,062 the same week hogs, 74 snipe and 7 woodcock. An other interests.
Sdove, duck, cot, snipe and wood- closes January 20.. The woodcock a year ago. estimated 80,353 man-days of hunt- There will be a question and an-
cock may yet be taken, and the season closes statewiide on January The harvest last week, however, ing has been recorded. swer period.

Lovely Sunken Gardens' model Terry Frith probably
wouldn't qualify as a typical hard-hat, and her outfit
a snn't ideally suited for tree climbing, but the work force
trimming back the attraction's lush tropical foliage sure STRT T O M O
enjoyed the extra help. Terry's measurements are SALE STARTSTOMORROW
35-23-35 and she'd make an eye appealing addition to
ainybod e's maintainance crew. I

Forest fantastic

Notes sh sale
ASsheet sale
County Forester
72" x 108" or TWIN FITTED
SGur the 100% COTTON
During the first eleven months and children 3. WE 100% COTTON
of 1971 wild fires burned 1,645 As in the past, we had the tar- o.
acres of forest land in Gulf Coun- gest number of fires during the W H t
ty. month of June than any of the
Lightning was the major cause other months with 30 fires that
with 30 out of the 66 fires attri- burned 951 acres of woodland.
buted to this. Incendiary fires was While normally more of our
the second largest factor that fires occur in the summer months
caused 18 of these fires. Other than in winter months, our great- UR REG.
causes were debris burning 6, est danger of losing large acreage "$2.24
smoking 3, equipment 3, railroad 3, is during the winter months after
frost has killed most of the weeds,'
grasses and other small plants that PILLOW CASES
Gulf Bond Sales1 make 'up the forest floor. So we REG. $1.18 .. pr. 960
are asking that you please be care-
Are $7 37.00 ful with fire, particularly during REG. $2.44 81X 108 4
S *the winter months, and if 'you or FULL FITTED......
should see a wild fire, please re-L---
November sales of Series E and" port this to the nearest tower so
H United States Savings Bonds in that quick action can be taken on N WIT 72 X 104
Florida were $0.3 million up it. If you don't have access to aRE.5IREG. 1.6 RG
$500,000 over November 1970' Dur- directory ask the operator for the or FULL FITTED. $2.99-L SES. $1.37 p 2.9
ing the 11 month period ending Gulf County Fire Control number 81 X 104 o FULL FITTED. 99-PILLOWCASE. $137.
November 3 0 Florida Savings which is 229-2341 in Port St. Joe. 72SOLID COLOR SHEETS X104 iteor
Bonds sales totaled $106.7 million District wide, that is, Gulf, Bay, REG.3.99 SOLID COLO R SH EETS twin fittedG.2.24 REG.
up $17.5 million over the same Calhoun, Liberty and Franklin 81 X 104 or FULL FITTED. $3.17-PILLOW CASES. $1.87 pr. 2.99
period last year. Florida achieved Counties, 26% of the total number72X1.o
108.2% of its 1971 sales goal No- of fires for the first eleven months NO IRON FLORAL SHEETS72twinfitted 7
vember 30. occurred during the month of June REG.4.49 RE.2.49 REG.
Mr. Walter C. Dodson, Gulf and they burned almost 45% of 81 X 104 or FULL FITTED. $3.57-PILLOW CASES. $1.97F.
County volunteer Savings Bonds the total number of acres of wood-
Chairman reported l1ovember sales land. Of the four railroad fires,
in the county were $7,137. At the three of these occurred in June. .
end eof November thecounty at. Of the 97 lightning fires in the Dis-
tained 80.3% of its 1971 goal. Itrict, 57 were caused in June.

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32454 THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1972

Shirley Cantley and William Ramsey

Married In Candlelight Ceremony

Miss Shirley Kaye Cantley be-
came the bride of William How-'
ard-Ramsey, Saturday, December
18 at 5:30 p.m. in the Long Ave-

nue Baptist Church with the
Rev. J. C. Odum officiating.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Cantley,


Sr. The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey, Sr.
Mrs. Martin L. Britt, organist,
presented a program of nuptial
music and accompanied the solo-
ist, Mrs. Neil Arnold, as she
sang the couple's chosen selec-
Given in marriage by her fa-
ther, the bride was attired in a
floor-length gown of heavy crepe
featuring an upper bodice and
three quarter length sleeves of
alencon lace. The back waistline
dipped in a graceful oval and
was centered : with a flat bow
from which flowed a chapel
length train.
Her elbow length veil of illu-
sion was attached to a circlet
headpiece of petals of alencon
lace. She carried a bouquet of
* holly and white carnation cen-
tered with two cymbidium or-
Mrs. David Lee was matron of
horror. Other attendants were
Miss Carol Ramsey, sister of the
groom, Miss Carol Nance and
Mrs. Michael Lowry.
The attendants wore identical
floor length gowns of red velvet.
They each carried a white chrys-
anthemum with white streamers.
Wesley R. Ramsey, Sr., served
his son as best man. Groomsmen
were Ray Ramsey, brother of the
groom, Tim Griffin and William
N. Hendrix. Robert McKenzie
and Gerald Smith served as ush-
Following the ceremony, a re-
ception was held in ,the church
social hall.
Serving at the reception were
Mrs. Larry Elrod, cousin of the
bride; Mrs. Robert Cantley, Jr.,
sister-in-law of the bride; Miss

Judy Griffin, Miss Judy. Stone,
Mrs. Russell Coffey, sister of
the groom and Mrs. Robert Mc-
Kenzie. Assisting were Mrs. Wil-
liam P. Dockery. Mrs. John Mc-
Kenzie and Mrs& Gene Fowler.
Rice bags were presented to
the guests by Miss Deana Strick-
land, cousin of the bride and
Miss- Allison Smith.
Out-of-town guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Perry Cantley of Chat-
taboochee: Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Elrod and Deanr Strickland, Tal-
lahassee; Mrs. Chester Halley,
Blountstown; Mrs. H. L. Wood-
en, Jr., Warne robins, Gka;' Mrs.
Kenneth Rogers, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert McK'nzie, Miss Judy
Griffin and Miss Susan griffin ,
all of Perry, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs.
Will I. Ra~sey,and Will I. Ram-
sey, Jr., of'Lhattahoochee and
Mrs. Robert tice of Panama
The couple will make their
. home in Miltop where Mr. Rant-
sey is employed by the' Press-
Gazette. Both. will attend the
University of West Florida in
Mr. and Mrs. Mel Magidson, Jr.,
and son, Guerry and Miss Pat Shep-
herd of Atlanta, Ga., were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Costin, Sr.,
during the Christmas holidays.
New Years guests of the Costins
were. Mr. and Mrs. Duane William-
son and children, Karen, Kimberly
and Tommy of Birmingham, Ala.

Midget Investments That Ysid
Pedt Retumsl

Home Economics and FHA Pupils -

Hold Open House for Parents

Pupils in the home economics
classes and the FHA of Port St.
Joe High School delighted parents
and teachers with an open house
on December 15. With the supervi-
sion of their instructors, Mrs. Coo-
per and Mrs. Brannon, the students
carried out the feeling of the sea-
son with beautiful holiday decora-
tion-, throughout the department.
Students chose their own party
fare and baked an assortment of
cookies including Christmas cook-,
ies. wedding cookies, chocolate
cookies and peanut butter cookies.
Refreshments included assorted

Hospital Auxiliary
Offers Its Thanks
The Hospital Auxiliary wishes
to thank the following who made
donations to the Thrift Shop dur-
ing December 1971.
Pollock's Cleaners, Miss Alma
Baggett, Mesdames W. D. Sykes,
Dick Lamberson, Bernard Prid-
geon, Jr., Henry Campbell, Tom
Coldewey, S. L. Barke, Aline Ab-
rams, Paul Fensom, Wesley Thomp-
son, Wesley Grace, Paul Blount,
Bill Mosley, 0. M. Taylor, J. 0.
Lucas, J. R. Smith and Miss Ger-
trude Bqyer.

cookies, party punch and coffee.
The affair provided many par-
ents their first visit to the school.
Everyone. expressed their enjoy-
ment over the program.
Among the guests attending
were Mrs. Betty Hardy, Mrs. Cathy
Moore, Mrs. Avery Howell, Mrs.
Roy Lollie, Mrs. Virginia Arnold,
Mrs. Dan Register, Mrs. Carolyn
Maddox, Mrs. James McNeill, Mrs.
Marie Gilliam, Mrs. Richard Lan-
caster, Mrs. Flora Miller, Mrs.
Dorothy Hebert, Mrs. Rosa Garland,
Rev. William Stephens, Mrs. Dessie
Parker, Mrs. Alberta Chambers,
Miss Lynn Manning, Miss Juanita
Farmer, Mrs. Hughes, Mrs. Toni
Lansford, Miss Jacquelyn Raines,
Mrs. Ruth Phillips, Mrs. Dot Lea-
vins, Mrs. Ouida Cross, Mrs. Betty
Anchors, Mrs. Trina Richards, Mrs.
Bill McFarland, Mrs. Otto Collings-
worth, B. R. Williams, Miss Mir-
iam Dismukes, Miss Netta Niblack,
Mrs. Gwen Moore, Edwin Williams,
Mrs. Maxine Gant, Mrs. Margaret
Biggs, Mrs. Jacqueline Quarles,
Mrs. Sarah Riley, Mrs. Bernice Wa-
ger, Mrs. Alice Machen, Temple
Watson, Clarence Moaiette, Carl
White, Mrs. Christine White, James
McInnis, Mrs. Lila Brouillette, Mrs.
James Kelly, Miss Barbara Eels
and Mrs. Jacque Price.
The girls from each class served
as room hostesses to keep the guest
book and serve refreshments


Chason- White


Mr. and Mrs. Troy McMillian,
Jr., announce the engagement of
their daughter, Sharron Jean
Chason to Arthur Perkens White,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John M.
White, all of Port St. Joe.
The bride-elect is a senior at
Part St. Joe High School.
The groom-elect is a graduate
of Port St. Joe High School and
is employed at Great Northern
Paper Company in Cedar
Springs, Georgia.
A June wedding is being plan-



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University of Florida

If you were the lucky recipient intended to grow inside a home, of-
of a dish garden, potted flower or fice or other building. When plants
foliage plant this Christmas you are grown indoors several restric-
are probably wondering how you tions are imposed upon them. Lack
should care for your "living" gift. of sufficient light and low humi-
Most homeowners kill their plants dity are probably the most severe
with kindness literally that is! restrictions but temperatures can
also be a problem.
.iOver-watering and over-fertiliz-
ing often cause more problems Many foliage plants prefer a re-
tan'a lack of these essentials for latively strong, filtered or diffused
int growth. Keep the following light. Places near windows or light
in mind and your plants will fixtures are usually suitable but
mbf with you for many years to avoid direct/sunlight or very dark
~me. areas of the home. Flowering
' plants such as mums and poinset-
SFirst -of all, there is no such tias will stand more light than foli-
thing as a house plant a plant age plants and should be placed in
bright 'areas.

fertilizer can eventually kill your
Watch for the common symp-
toms of foliage plant troubles
which are as follows.
Brown tips or burned margins of
leaves caused by too much fer-
tilizer, plants dried out temporarily
or wind burn.
Yellowing a n d dropping of
leaves can be caused by gas
fumes, chilling, overwatering, poor
drainage and poor aeration.
Weak growth or light green or
yellow leaves indicates too in-
tense light, lack of fertilizer or a
poor root system.
Wilting too much heat, lack of
water or root injury.
Spindly growth and small leaves
too little light or too high temper-
Follow the above tips and give
your plants some "tender loving
care" and they'll be with you a
long time.

Mr. and Mrs. James Larry Mc-
Gill of Wewahitchka announce the
birth of a son, Mark Anthony on
December 3.

Port St. Joe's state champion football team received its
trophy this week and Principal Zack Wuthrich presented the sym-

assembly program. In the photo above, Wuthrich is shown hand-
ing the trophy to team captains Rodney Nobles and Jim Faison

Watering is one of the chief Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. Clayton, bol of champions to the team Tuesday afternoon in a high school as the remainder of the team and its coaches beam their approval.
Luncn Room Menu causes of failure with plants in the 1106 Palm Boulevard are the par- *
home especially for containers ents of a baby girl, Kimberly Joy, cember 13. December 24. *iff'Q .rL T ll Kiw -i Ab
Monday,January10 which don'thav drainage holes born December 3. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Ander Mr. and Mrs. Milton R. Pearce US T ll K Ab
Sloppy Joe on buns, cheese strip, plants will require a thorough soak- Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Kennedy, son of Wewahitchka, announce the of Apalachicola, announce the birth Io of TEAM Among ity Yn
buttered corn, green salad with ing once a week. Water only when Sr., 136 2nd Avenue, Oak Grove birth of a son, Roger DeWayne on of a son, Christopher Robert on Wo IofIVI City o
pepper rings,.. cherry cobbler and necessary and don't let the pots announce the birth of a son, Fer- December 16. December 23.
butter. stand in saucers of water unless tin Wayne on December 7. Mr. and Mrg. Clifford 0. San- Mr. and Mrs. Eddie L. Causey, Biff Quarles, a member of TEAM Quarles said the organization
Tuesday, January 11 the plants are very tolerant to ex- Mr. and Mrs. Sovereign Burn- ders of St. Jde Beach announce Sr., of Rt. 1, Wewahitchka an- here in Port St. Joe, told the Port has 35 registered members but
Chicken and rice, turnips with cess water. Overwatering can kill ham, Jr., of Wewahitchkaarethethe arrival of Thomas O'Neal on ounce the birth of a son, Eddie St. Joe Kiwas Club Tuesday of many youth attend their weekly
roots, tomato and lettuce, orange the plant roots and increase chance parents of a baby boy, Sovereign, December 16. Lee, Jr., on December 25. some of the aims and activities meetings held each Monday at
juice, peanut butter candy and of disease and eventually kill the bornDece er 13 of this youth organization. which time they sing, share their
epeanut uttr Qasaxlie htTAof diseasepand eventually kill theeriencesnw- Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy D. Butler
cornbread entire plant orn cemer Mr. and Mrs. John Robert Gorte- Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy D Butler les explained that TEAM, Christian experiences with one an-
Wednesday, January 12 -, Most-plants grow well in tern- Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Gander, moller of Wewahitchka announce of East Point, announce the birth (Teen-agers Effective At Ministry) other, study the Bible and pray.
Lasagne casserole green beans, peratues of 60 to 70 degrees. Don't 2104Palm Boulevard announce the the birth of a son, John Michael of a son, Jimmy DeWayne on De- is an organization of christian During its short time of activity
lettuce, cabbage and peppe r salad, place the plantsin drafty locations arrival of Deborah Jo on Decem- on December 15. member 24. youth dedicated to doing and pro- the local group has conducted
chocolate pudding where sudden changes- in temper- ber l2. M, r MrsR E Leslie Mr. and Mrs .Carmen Lee Me- mating God's will among the youth youth evangelistic services in 15
Thursday, January 13 ature occur and -don't place plants a. M. M and Mrs. Ronald E. Leslie, fr. adRt 1, Wewahitchka, are of this and other communities. different churches with more being
Shepard's pie, tomato slices, close to radiators or a heat or air Benjamin Nun- 111 North akAvenue announce Lemore Rt. 1, ahit are o f this and other comunities.pher scheduled.
fruit cocktail in lime gelatin, oat- conditioer gi Wewahtchka announce the birth of a son, Cameron Cor- DeWayne born December 24. TEAM was first established in "All of us find it a wonderful
fruit cookt .. is;tethe birth of a baby boy, Philp hi nell onpDecembera15.ag
nieal cookies, rolls or biscuit. Proper fertilization is another b oy, nell on December 1DeWayne, born December 24. Dothan, Alabama two years ago. experience to serve God in this
Friday, January 14 important part of growing healthy Dean on December 15. Mr. and Mrs. William W. Wilson, The Dothan TEAM came to Port manner", Quarles said.
'igs in blankets, buttered peas, plants. Folow all the directions on Mr. and Mrs. Ro' Edward Wa- Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Raffield 618 Madison Street, announce the St. Joe for a ministering meeting Guests of the club were Key
apple-carrot-celery salad and rice the container so that you don't ters, 509 10th Street, are the par- of Apalachicola are the parents of arrival of a baby girl, Stephanie last Spring and shortly afterward clubbers Chris King and Steve At-
pudding. overfertilize your plants. Too much ents of a son, Roy Allen, born De- a baby boy, Marcus Jerome, born Fonda on December 27. the Port St. Joe group was formed. chison.

January Is Used Car Clean Up Month!

'71 FORD
Never been sold. Used in
Driver Ed. program in St.
Joe High School. Still in
factory warranty.
Was $4530

500 4-Door


1968 Mercury .oor

Hard-top. Loaded.

SALE Was $1995 17 5
SALE PRICE 17501 %

WAS $1795.00.

'69 PLYMOUTH "Road Runner"


WAS $1695.00

$1450 70 OPEL "Rallye"

Sale $1450


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Sharks Presented Champion Trophy

THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1972

Nuclear Generator Placed

Part of the "heart" of Florida Wilcox Construction Company
Power Corporation's Crystal River while an audience of Florida Po-
inuclear generating unit was put wer and Badcock and Wilcox of-
into place recently. The massive, ficials watched intently. Looking
cylindrical reactor vessel was care- more like a stubby rocket than
fully placed on its base platform anything else, the reactor vessel
by crewmen with the Badcock and is 31 feet high, 15 feet in diameter

I D u-"

Gulf County Men's League points from Shirt. and Trophy on
Bowling resumed after a two lanes 3 and 4. Ralph Ward's 506
week holiday lay-off and the scor- led Campbell's with Shirt and Tro-
ing went as follows this week. phy featuring Leon Pollock with
Marvin's TV. tbok three points his 457.
from 13 Mile Oyster Company on Richards Raiders split two even
lanes 1 and 2. Bill Barlow led Mar- with St. Joe Lanes. Billy J. Rich-
vin's with a 545 series. Ashley yards had a whopping 575 series
Costin helped with a 211 game. and 212 game for the Raiders. John
-James Hicks led the oystermen McKenzie's 567 series and 222
with a 492 series. game was tops for St. Joe Lanes.
Campbell's Drugs took all four goche Furniture tied for first'
place. by grabbing three points
Gulf Rifle Club from Basic\Magnesia. David Roche
led the Furniture crew with a 573
series aided by Jerry Colvin's 521.
Meets Tuesday Johnnie Linton's 507 was the best
Sfor Basic.
Standings W L
The Gulf Rifle Club will hold Shirt and Trophyg 37 23
their monthly meeting at 7:30 Roche Furniture --------37 23
p.man., Tuesday, January 11 at the Marvin's TV 33 27
Parish House. Richard's Raiders ------32 28
A color movie, "What The Shoot- Campbell's Drugs -------29 31
ing's All About" will be shown at St. Joe Lanes --- 26 30
the conclusion of the meeting. Basic Magnesia --------22 37
This is a very informative film 13 Mile Oyster Co. --- 19 37
showing the many steps to manu- 4___

facture ammunition. Anyone inter-
ested in shooting is invited to see
the film.
Next month a film on hound
hunting will be shown.
Midget Investments That T'ald
1rmtR lotumal

The Mini Brutes will be playing
at the Teen Club in Wewahitchka
Friday night, January 7 from 8:00
to 11:30 p.m., CST.
All teen agers from Port St. Joe
are invited to attend.

and weights 360 tons. Its steel shell
thickness ranges from 8 to 12 in-
ches. The reactor vessel will con-
tain nuclear fuel to power the com-
pany's 825,000 kilowatt nuclear
generating unit. Florida Power's'
first nuclear unit is scheduled for
operation in September, 1973.

Indian Family Performing In Apalachicola
The Klaudt Indian Family, Aric- efforts of a mission on the Fort hear this nationally known Indian On offering will be taken and
kara gospel singers from the "Da- Berthold Indian Reservation. family in person for this once in records made by the family will
kota Badlands", will appear in per- Everyone is invited to see and a lifetime experience. be on sale.

son Saturday, January 8 at 7:30 -
p.m. at the First United Metho-:|
dist Church, Avenue E and 5th St.,
in Apalachicola in a gospel con-
The Indians, are comprised of
one family of parents and four
sons, Vernon, Melyin, Raymond,,
Kenneth and pianist, Ralph Seibel.
They perform as a male quartet of
brothers in a close family harmony
backed by a wide variety of instru-
ments including piano, trombone,"
alto and baritone saxophone and
bass violin. The peak of the pro-
gram is Mrs. Klaudt's singing,
backed vocally by her four sons.
The unique feature of th econ-,
cert is the appearance of the In-
dian family on stage in colorful.,!
authentic Indian costumes made
by the members of the family.!
This is a sight that children will
not forget.
Their music is not entertainment
alone, but sincere singing in a sim-
ple, professional style humbled by
the call of God by Indians won to
the "white man's God" through the

Garden Club Meets
Thursday, Jan. 13
The January meetingof the Port
St. Joe Garden Club will be held
at 3:00 p.m .at the Garden Center
on Eighth Street on Thursday,
January 13. The program will be
on trees.
Members are expected to bring
an arrangement using foliage and
or tree branches.


We Are Closing Out Our Entire Stock of Grocery

Items to Make Room for Our Expanding Line of

Fishing Tackle and Supplies

AH Groceries Marked /3



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'Notice of Annual
Meeting of Members
of members of Citizens Federal
Savings and Loan Association of
Port St. Joe will be held on
Thursday, January 20, 1972
2:00 o'clock P.M., EST
in the office of the Association at
5401 Fifth Street, Port St. Joe, Flor-
OAY'OSR ida, for the purpose of electing di-
rectors for the ensuing term, and
to transact any other business
UT which may legally come before
20,000o said meeting.
Citizens Federal will close for bus-
iness at 12 o'clock noon on Thurs-
day, January 20, 1972 in order to
held annual meeting of members.

Savings and Loan Association

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nt and Constiution
D SPlKES, Minister
9:45 A.M.
11:00 A.M.
ship ............. 5:45 P.M.
7:00 P.M.
Mlendliness Stil Survives"

and Baltzell Avenue
RUGGS, Interim Pastor
9:45 A.M.
ERVICE .. ... 11:00 A.M.
5:30 P.M.
SERVICE ........ 6:30 P.M.
Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
ship God With Us"

STo Attend

nue and 16th Street

9:45 A.M.
11:00 A.M.
UNION ... 5:45 P.M.
7:00 P.M.
wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.



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ce Agency

THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1972

S e dations- and upon the failure ofthe court absence from the county of the circuit judgeoth contttion of the
Pr- ose 01 tuti l llA Ame dlllents o the legsltre may ,.u pon a id power to issue all temporary injunctions (8) No judge of a court abolished by state of Forda 'is hereby agreed to and
"Pr Iof two-ths of the membership of bot necessary or vrope the complete exercise this artielshallbecome or be eligible shall be-submitted to the electors of Florida
I I I I houses of the legislature that a need exists, of such jurodio to"become a judge of the circuit court un. for approval or rejection at the presidential
ee a or derease the e a (4) outerts lhjeori S: has bred embe oy bar of Florida prary election to be held in March 1972
PROPOSE 8ITIONAL E Teu all have the power of direct re- dst aTnd jd caircuite. appe Jurisdiection ia e urinal misemean u, ) The office of judge of 1 other ratification by the electors; '
Sto be Voted on view of administrative action prescribed by SECTION 10l. Election and Terms.- of all violations of municipal and county courts abolished by this article shall be (a) When authorized by law, revenue
arh 4, 14972 gene law ... (a) EECTION.--AI justices and judge ordinances, and of all actions at law in abolished as of the effective date of this bonds may be issued to establish a fund to
N. CO OFr rLCriN (c) OLEBK AND MARSHAL.-The su- shall be elected by vote of the qualifil which the matter in controversy does not article. make loans to scldents determined eliible
,WHERIEthe Istre under the preme court shall appoint a erk and a elecStor within the territorial jurisdiction of exceed the sum of 'two thousand five hun- (10) The offices of county solicitor and as prescribed by law and wh have een
LO t oft Sta sorda, passed -ra who shall hold office during the their respective courts. dred dollars ($2,500.00) exclusive of in., prosecuting attorney shall stand abolished, admitted to attend any public or private
Seon t BeaoluntonSNo. 2-D and House plereof the court and perform such (b) TERMS.-The terms of all j.utices terest and costs, except those within the and all county solicitors and prosecuting institutions of higher learning, junior col-
JoI Resolution NO. -4-D pid opos ues as he court directs. Their ompeen- of e pree court, judges of district M elusive jurisdiction of the circuit courts attorneys holding such offices upon the leges, health related training institutions,
amendments tothe onstitution, ofthe.Stte action shall be fixed by gsral a. The c s ,g 1 ofappeal and circuit ju*d snah Judgeis of county courts shall be committing effective date o this artice shall become or vocational training centers, which are
of b*& and O .di.d de-ine an marshal shall have the. power to execute be eor six years. The terms of uges of magistrates. The county courts shall have and serve. assistant state attorneys for recognized or accredited under terms and
rect that the said Joint Besolutions be sub- thh .process- of the court ug the ourts sal e for our years. jurisdiction now exercised by the county the circuits in which their counties are sit- conditions prescribed by law. Revenue bonds
e "to the l. .ofthe. State t state, an n ny county may de hsutz e bC e fON fo ar YO judge's courts other than that vested in uate for the remainder of their terms, with issued pursuant to 'this section shall be
Forida t the elec election tobe held sheriff or a deputy herift o u purpose, SECTION 11. Vacancies.- the circuit court by subsection (c) (8) compensation not less than that,. received secured by a pledge of and shall be payable
Fra h ....o14. 1972.b- l SdOION 4. a district Courts of Appeal.--. (a).a) The governor shall fill e.eh vacant. hereof, the jurisdiction now exercised r ydby immediately before the effective date of primarily from payments of interest, prin-
eyI ^ J i^^ W W yn judcia th county ? cors liscurt, th hsarticle. .eor th ftev 0.t o t e handligchagse suc fud
NOW,+THERMFOR-, I, RWHAD .(DIOK) (a) ORGANATION..--The're shalh be a ey mn judicnga onffiqe byiprTspodttinhg e al cr the county coUts, alle claims court, the h ims artdole. .m cipal, and handing charges tos such fund
SO Secreary of State of the Sate f district ourt ofapal servig e a rm g r small cs, outrte l c s agi Limited operation t some provi- from he e entso te oan y se
Florida, do hereby give notice that a Special' pellate district. Each district court of.ap i 'ng the nextpriamry, an genral lectonthepatsscourts, muniiptalescourts an curtic fsos--. ourt, edubyystudent anbybe adionaly oter-
Election will be held in each County In shall consist of at least three judges. ing the nx prnn an gs e to the rerto Tei utn u (1) All justices of the supreme court, cured by student fees and by any other
ju ge.s al.on idr"ac ase n the one of not fewer th an tree Persons uomi- of' chartered counties, including but not -1 .us:e z e s p em o p
sion or jecon ofteJe r= con currency of two ea e necessa ry to a db the appropriatesjudicial nominalmitedcountsrefeed a judges of the district courts of a ppealnd-
/N~p~in aenmentstotimCosttutondetsi In, gcommission Aneleci~eoonrshall e heldtitle VIII, sections 9 10, 11 nd 24-of circuit judges in office upon the effective
events tothe Constitutiondeciion. that judicial Offic for th of the Constitution of, 1885. dae of this article shall retain their of-
elrf e ata or Flortaai vi: '" (b)' UISDTION`, I I .."I -__ +th no h fiees for the remainder -of their respective | r l~i [ lg
NO. (1 District courts of appeal shall have the office beginng at".eenthal- terms. All members of the judicial qualifica-
0.T : Oponedtem The omintion sh. We "ui ^ ~ ^. t ye S5, Eac judica nmntingommis c^ FIRST UNITED M E1
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. J cti. to hear appeals, that, may b pointed term. e d-rn the ch11 ,.-don shall be composed' of the following: tons commission in office upon the effeuutivei-
A joint resolution proposing a Nrevision of taken as a matter of right, from final judg- made withinn hmirty daysfrom th occur ) members pointed by the date of this article shall retain their offices -n..m-
SArticle V of the State Oonstitulon, re- ments or orders of trial -courts, ificluditg, rence a vacancy unse t nat Board of Gorvemoe r The Florida Bar from t or t he remainder of their respective terms. InterSCtina Monusmen
I a 9 to udool branch othe gO those 'entered on 'revew oof. aa brativehextendedyd ith gyvrnrTheO gbernomust among The Profo ria Bar members who are Each state attorney -in office on the e fte. REV. R. MILLARD
ernen... ':. i t ecedtirydas -h Oe action, not ,diectyappealabot o te siV I ...n tiv[Il + Saon'Te lrda~rmebmwh"ae E dhsate o hsarttre noficshlretainthisfec if-r .MIID
D ia lber h A i~r e e urr of the 1p esm e court or a circuit court. They m ay' re- mAke the ,App _ointm ent w ih ; Leesixty erdaiys actively engaged .in the Practice of law with fi e d t f tI s ril h. e a n +h s. . .
StateofFlorida: ..( o t interlocutoryorrs 'casesheoinotionfhave beenwcertid offices within the territorial urisdiction of office for the remainder of his term.
ThtIhe' follo~wing p ro. d is~i the extent provided by rulesa doptsc" bk the -to him..... the affected court, district or circuit, an 'd- (2) No just;ct- or judge holding office ,hrh c~
i'Vof theState ohem c d b e (b There shall be a separate judicial b. Three elbctors who reside in the immediately after tis article becomes ew- Mrdorning Worship
to a"d shall be submitted to the eletorso ot (2) -District courts of appeal slia have nominating commission as provided by gen-n territorial jurisdiction of the court or o r-. festive who heldljudicial office on July 1, rr 4. "r^..1 s. 1
Florida for-approval or rejection at the the power of direct review of adminlstra- eral law for the supreme court, each dis- cuit appointed by the governor; b, eha s ue. object to, retirement from Methodist YoUth Fellows]
o bubge ne etetcourteofa n ealadach udi ialir-ji we d o treuciale e odeae of aa proant toMe d
general election to be held in November tive action, as prescribed by general law. triet court of appeal, and each judial ir- c. Three electors who reside in the .,dnl office because of age pursuant to4 r,
1972; or, f authorized by three-tourthas of (8) A district court ot appeal dior any euit for all trial courts within the circuit. territorial jurisdiction of the court of cir- section 8 of this article.. Evenibtg Worship
*the membership of each house of the legis- judge theerof :may issue writs of, babeas SECION 12. Discipline; removal and cuit and who are not members of the bar (f) Until otherwise provided by law,
nature, at a special election to be held corpus returnable before the court o any retirement_. of Florida, selected and appointed by a the nonjudicial duties required of county .
March,, 14, 7. "' judge thereof or before any circuit -judge 1- Te e hall be 'a jdicial nulifica- majority vote of ,the other six members of judges shall be performed by the judges "Where Old Fashioned n
(SbstantiM rewording of Article. See witn, the -territorial juiriliction of e A(a). .The.reshal -obed L of : the commission. of .the county court. .
Article V, State Constitution, for pw court. A district court of appeal 'may' issue tons common compo .. (6)No justice or judge shall be a mem- () All provisions of Article\ V of the
sent text.) writs of mandarims, certiorari, prohibition, (1)tw ao..y tejes of district court os ber of a judicial nominating commission. Konstitution of 188, as amended, ot
I1 ."' ARTICLE V quo warrant, and* other writs necessaryto appeal ,elecier y cit judges 'soe bthoe A member of a judicial nominating commis- embraced herein which are not inconsus atent
!'! ,. JUDICIARY ^ the complete exercise of its jurisdiction. To courts, two circuit judges selected b the sion may hold public office other than judi with this revision shall become statutes
ECTION 1. Courts--The judial power the extent necessary to dispose of a i-, judges of the circuit courts and two judges clal ^office. No member shall be eligible for subject to modification or repeal, as are
shill be vested in a supreme court, distiot sues in a cause properly before it,. a dis- of county courts selected by the Judges of appointment. to state judicial office so long other statutes. -B. PI.P. T
courts ooappeal, cirout b n oun t el-ourtofappealr iay exercise any ,of thosecou electos who" reide .is the Isa member of a udiial noinating (h) .The reqr ^ e nesof^ as FIRS 1T
cbur. No other courtsmay i b .late jurisdiction R of the circuit I (2) o electors who. reside the commission and f6r a period of tw years relative to all county ourt desoer a lIR T r Street/
oyk thesae, a e. ny Political .tuouivison or ,courts... ... I I. r;. '.1 ftse, who 'are_-members 'of the bar,.of Flor- thereafter. 411Alacts. of a judicial nominating, judge of a niunicinal court,"wh'o continue's I .. I1
anyem~micpalit a. Thlegisaturmze ^s hall, ,by (6)CLERK$ :AND^ARSTIA -pcn file, and who'sh all be chosenby the gov- conimissioin shall -be made with a oncur- to ihola office pursuant to: subsection .(d) ouer'T..........
grec ts a n a di iodeiteslt Wie mart ofeappeal sh a ointiaerningc body of the bar of Florida,; and', rence..of majority of its members. -o (t) hereob1eingcompensated by state sal. DR EDWARD R SC
court, districts .and judicial* circuits follow- clerk "and; a marshal who"-shall hold office: i^ etr who reside in the.- '1-7 +. .. -`ksshall n'otapply pror--to January 8, I tDR. EDWARD R. SCR~
ft 'oo m tylines.Commissions established durle f thl easur of the court Five leltors ) The members ofa judicial nominate r s n, a pply p ry 3,
b a ro"icersor' bo.. es r^ -such .duties.as the court dir.cts. Te state, who have never held judicial office o01 ng commission shall sprve for a'term of 197, unless otherwise provided by general
ma.-. been members of the bar ,of Florida, Andfour years except the terms of the Initial law.S AY SCHO
tera coneted fquan-udctions o w their The mar shal sll have i'thed by genoweral, to exe who hiall be appointed by the governor. members of the judicial nominating com-- (i) Beletion of obsolete schedule items.
offices. cute the process of the court th out-tit (b) Jh members of thi sjiealqualiti missions,,shall expire as follows: -The legislature shall have power, by don- MORNING WORSHIP S
SEOTION 2.' Administration; : practl territorial' jurisdiction of the curt, and in nations *commission shall serve staggered a., The terms of one member of cate- current resolution, to delete from this, ar- ,-- T1 ...........
and procedure.-- I. any'county ,may deputize the' sherlt,or 'a terms, not to exceed six years, as prescribed gory (a) (b) and (c) in, subsection c) tidcle any sub-section of this section 20 TRAINING UNION
S(a) The supreme court shall'adopt rules deputy sheriff for such. purpose. ,'1: by general law. No member of the corn- (5) hereof shall expire:on July 1, 1974; including 'this subsection, when all events ... Ir-ir'
for the practice avid procedure in al courts SEOTIO: 5. ChTnIt oSt_.- I mission except a justice or judge shall be b The terms of one member of cate- to which the subsection to be deleted is or EVENING WORSHIP S
including the time -,for seeking appellate ,(a) ORGANIZATION.-There shall be a eligible for state judicial office so long as gory (a) (b) and (c) in subsection c) could become applicable have occurred. A riie... ...... /
,review, -the; administrative supervision of all circuit court serving each judicial circuit, he is, a member of the commission and lor (5) hereof shall expire on July 1, 1975; legislative determination of fact made as a PRAYER ,.M.EETILNG (V
courts, the transtev to the court having' (b) JURISDICTION.-The circuit courts 'a period of two years thereafter. No mem- c. The terms of one member of cate- basis for application of this sub-section,
jurisdiction of aniy proceeding when the shall have original jurisdiction not ,vested in her of the commission shall bola office in gory (a) (b) and (c) in subsection c) shall be subject to judicial review. 'I-"
juris otion of another tourt ,has been in- .the county courts, and jurisdiction., of a political part' or participate tn any camf (5) hereof shall expire ,n uly 1, 1976 (j) Efiective date.-Unless otherwise "Come and Wqrs
provAidently invoked, and a requirement that ed in the connty courts, and jurisdiction'.of pain or judicial office or hold public offis (8) All fines and, forfeitures arising provided herein, this article shall become
no cause halla be dismissed' because an im- appeals when pr,:,tided by general law., The!. provide that a judge may participate, in from offenses tried in the county court shall effective at 11:59 o'clock P.M., Eastern .
proper remedy has been sought. These rules shall have the'power to10 issue Lwrits of m his h wni copaign foir judicial office "anuand 1, 1973. v- _-ek Stnad i e-Jn ay-,17
may be repealed .by general law enacted dams, quo warrant, certiorari, prohibition 'hold that office. The commission sha elect, e collected and a 1n ed fr by 1 r Standard Time, January 1, 1978.
by .two-thrds vote of the membership of and habeas corpus, and all writs necessary one of its members as its chairman. trust account. All fi"ies and forfeitures re-
each house of t legislature. or proper to,the complete, exercise of thier-, (c), ,The supreme court shall adopt rules ceived from violations of ordinances or mis- NO. 2 ,
(b) The chief, JUStie of, the supreme jurisdiction .. .; / I regul.at.i g proceedings' of the commission, demeanors committed within a -county or HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 46-D You Are Cordially Invited
court shall be chosen by a majority of the Jurisdiction of the circuit court. shall,be the filling of vacancies by the appointing municipal ,ordinances committed within a
members of the court. He shall be the chief unifrm throughout .the state. They snaUl authorities and-.the temporary replacement m iity with the territorial urisdic- A Joint Resolution ... .
administrati officer of the judicial sye. have the power of direct review or adminis- of disqualitidd ot incapacitated members, t.on o the county court shall be paid Amending Article VII of the Constitu- I A ,Ii
tem. He: shah 'have the" power .to assign trative action prescribed by general law. After a: recommendation of removal :of any onthi .to the county or municipality reas- tion of the State of ,Florida by adding a LU VU
justices or, judges,, ludg hconanting re. SECTION 6. County Courts.- justice or: judge, the record of the proceed- ectively If any costs, are assessed and new Section 15 thereto; permitting the L nA EE
tired justices on judges, to temporary duty (a) ORGANIZATION.-There shall be a i.gs before the commission shall be made olleeted in connection with offenses tried issuance, when-authorized by law, of reve- .
in any. court for which the judge is quail- county court in each count) There shall be public i. in cout co urt all court costs shall be nue bonds to establish a fund to make loans Corner Long Ave
.le .a t, elegate to a chief Judge ofa, one or more judges for each county court : (d Upon recommendation' of two-thirds paid to the genera l revenue fund of the to students admitted to attend public or
Judcialrcuittit, ,power to assign judges a prescribed by general law. "'f the members of the judicial qualifications state .of Florida and'a other funds as private institutions of, higher learning,
for utyin Mis ,rspective circuit. (b) JURISDIOTION.-The county courts commission the supreme court m ay order prescribed by general laws. junior colleges, or health related training TSUNDAY SCHOOLTT T
(c) A chief judge ,for 'each district shall exercise -the jurifitictinon' prescribed -by th at Ot te tf or; d .be "disci lined b y ". -) Any muni.. ... c "i *o "c u nt.y a institutions or vocational training centers; hall.b.-- ,.j.l .,
o ppe atallbech aen general law Such juris en shall be rori re im or removed" o m .aly"tonehiooui f idin that revenue nsshae'b PMORNING WORSHIP
Jborityofthejdgesetheef-orifthere..hns e .. ..... r pra e .d, u trbe.rore hh phti o the hi o te "srlo .. a.. re BAP.IST T RINING 1
-a d cruef juage to eacu circuit shall law. A circuit or county' :court may, holu ~td *aefn," iv rmarinJ t d~mhltv thy ser- ".Y ......en in.. ti.,eand P-ce "o "s" author~ized "-by .law may be additionally CjV""fii l" l WU "-OX vU
ne chosen froi am onhg the ircuit judges ..civl and crumnual" tsial"s and hearings,'i ..... .. rT e =---.-e ^ ... ....h e nrormunce+-- o *m~es aupe ofner UnUz^*~ upo su BSC S'l ? > ecured" 'by student fees -anid by any other- R Y i ? ^R V P G /T
Wi>.ous ly F HM mrfo rswt t epil e 4e in d shu 42@ a &ebdirecti heEVENIN WORV IPE
a. ried me ort e e pe t thetit a rstio tie fili of ara o s me a n vibnyote PRAYER SERVICE (

M~~~~~~~~~~~s~~~~ VIS ~ t d nda n eos dedu p 8tI h ITORS ALV
justices shall constituted quorum. The tcon- jurisdiction of his court. No justice or judge d n(e) The power eq removal conferred by county court to, sit un e the location. Any reserve account may be used for other relat- RER J. C. O
currenceootfour justices shall be necessary shall serve after attaining the age of sev this section sha, be both alternative and muniepality, or county which so applies ed" purposes as provided by law

to a decision. couen refusals tor cause rol8d Iienty ears except upon temporary'assign s muumulative to the power of impeachment shall be required to provide the appropriate '-" .... o, .. .. TA
b te comtt rm convenig because i t sompleea ono"el-hlt .aor tager powered suspesin o by the govr ph.sicl es. which the. county Be It + e o y th eist u sof etin
ignedto temporary duty may =s'b e the office ot justice of the supreme SECTION 13. Prohibited activities.-A (10) All courts except the supreme.,,n at eae isa aandc of Stestin
utedifor es cout or judge of a circuit court o appeal jtices and judges shall devote u .u time court may sit nto divisions as may be es-
a(b) OGISDIOTION,. The supreme unless he is; and has been eS or the peeedine to their judicial duties. They shall not en- tabushed by or cal rule approved by the chaie ha 11
court. hnak .o t. years, as meiber of the br oc Florida. gage tio the practice of law or hold office supreme courto... ore d n ,neor bs ofteanceo i"N..
1e sah.l oder aein uorum Thealbi non- ju risdicton hs e g bleourt. h o fstice o rc iu e ',.,. l it icalrne po r r e1von t a nd convenient* o urti, d naeco. itys rs e cmay

(-e A toftia ourte h 2mposin, e sh el de lawh .11c rcito ter nis-n.. Ihoueeafeor sde .emIb 1erof aJudicilU y s talar e. lltiznsandopulty o f40n00onlsuci-. edp or

treaty, o consrui ed a meoriation. (12)Municipal prosecutors may prosecute law be additionally
state or federal co Wudea orTns e-on iun he supreme court shall establish. SIteTION .15. Attorneys; admission and violations of muqicrpal ordinances.
b(2) .When provide S gfeoeneri law, shall io ile uniorm criteria tor the determine disciplne.The supreme court h all have (18) Justice shall mean aajustice elect-o _e s r
hear app uremeals from i ents and or tion the need for addeitioal judges except exclusive jurisdiction to regulate the ead- e or appointed to the supreme court and .

sof.orl orts imposing episo supremegcout justice, the necesesi or itohn io eofns te racte f aw chal ot include any judue assigned h from S h X\sll C I1
mas'nen t or.fnalst dudensety re m ay pro decfrasg the fie no ustber of judge suaptrem' an SETION d 3.pn Pohibiedsn adtmitted.--A I:(1)y court s exep, h s~rm *- na ne reewn adito o X Secio I5 II1J ^

eedngstr fo- the validation of bonds ar cer. increasing deoreaising or redef fing appellate SEsTION 16. 01erks of the; circuit ime Wor yhen this article becomes efaee e ,
tif tes of indebtedness'U districts and judicial irensits.fo Ithe supreme courts.-There shall be ing. each county a b.e y

(,) May ? review by certiorari any dent. court finds that a need exists for increasing clerk of the circuit court who shall be se- ,". .,. i,.,nithrap -
sion of a district court of appeals at ae- o r d decreasing the number of judges cr is- le ted pursuant to the.provisions otArtice e A ourt. not herei authorized,
fects a di ss o f constitutional or state offi-. creasing, decreasing or redefining appellate., VII section 1. Notwithstanding any o'ier except as provided by subsection (d) () Iof
uers, that passes upon a question certheed districts and judicial circuits st shal, prior Sprovision of the .constitution, the duties tIas section h,0all cease to exist and juis
ya district court of appeal to be ofygreat to tenext regular session ot the legrsla ojtesthe adjerk of the circuit court may be action to conclude al i pending cases andut
ubiE .Int rest, or that is np direct .ni- to re, certify to the legislature its f.joeings divided by special or general law between enforce at pror orders an dhteonte shall ""

fliet.with a decision of any district court of and recommendations concerning s.uch need. t uo. officers, one. serving as clerk of court oest in the court that' wo jur.i sdic- U
ppeal or of the spree court on th same Upo receipt of ch cetifiate, the legis and one s erk o the tiono the cause iftheretrstittedAll W

question of law, and any interlocutory order lature,. at the next regular session, shall board of county commissioners, auditor, re- records of and property i held by Acourt
passmng upon a. matter, which upon final consider the findings and -recommnendations corder, and custodian of all county funds.. abolished herelbyshall bettransferred to the ,.,...-.-.. -,.J1
judgment would be directly appealable to and may reject 'therecommendations or by There may be a clerk of the county court office the appropriate court ap der KE A PREiCRIPTION, OUR I
the supreme court; and may Teseue writs of law implement the I reco rendations pn it authorizedd by general or special la t .

certiorari to commissions established by whole or in part; provided the-legislature ECTION 17. State attorneys;-In each <2) Judges of the following courts, i
generdl law having statewide jurisdiction. may create more judicial offices than;- are dlud;! circuit a state attorney shall be their terms do not expfare in 1973 and ifB IMI,|B|AL B BTI \ f
co(2) Ma iuenwrits o' Prohibition to recommended by ... ... tdi .-r-The supreme ourt Heshall be they are, eligible under "section (d)(8) PROTECTION PLANS ARE PUT
courts and commissions ent causes within decrease the numbed r af judicial offices officer to all trial courts in hepreeof, shall become a onal, judges, of
the Jurisdfactions of the supreme i scourn to a greater number than recommended by tho t oitn t aaepoushall perform other vdut es the circuit court for eac ssia the counties ofr r comnaef t
evew, or d oal wudmets n e ressa the o m- dereth e no umbefind of j wo-te s o and sanal see. apn onsI person mvmide, ah crt I neta tO EHm aoer WIT El T CAJRE.I I *U-r I r.
.Plte^xci~se o f uetedes. ,jrisdistictso.*. ,t. mende ofica eiouthoses otf the supemfe cbors.-- theredsal by~e raaw in each iounit juge .lr the- reane of th' O EHRWT XR A E \

(5) May issue writs of mrndamus and nature, thati c a" need exists. A decrease vn ltcer sof the cir unit urdiho sal terms to which bthey we elected and. shall ...
iuo warrantof to states officers and state n the numbeera of juges shall be effective b t ois seutedisbemubothalt p roisveon s a boeimr u ile eigl or elections circuit judgess e r s o y .
agencies ocs alora eo nly after the expiration- of a term o nin the sti e satore y tion 1t o eth storw of thea ch ethe arequrTee onvit hapreccopur iate

(6) May, or any justice may,+ issue writs supreme court tails to make findings as pror- proisidon tf terrtorial t rsdiction th. recrdon ofDad cun toe, all rina, ourt sm
po f habeas corpus returnable before the s. vided above when need exists, the legislataof" t e Q Herhofl beandt e i t heav bee i o f acord, the felony courts of record ofun There are about as many -
preme courest or any justice, a distri court ay by concurrent resolution request the mer te m bal r na or the pre- Alachua, Leon and Volusia uunties, the
wof appeal or ay judge thereof, or any cir- court to certify its findings and recom-nen. t ofiereon. servshalsvoeterul tio e courts of record of Broward, Brevard, Es-Ta t ,o 5IEI
seusti cd i .nI. ty edomfrn audio re- roem _o rcnb ro. 1) lcoudbyes te srmrert types of insurance as there .
(b)'o o uldJ be d l a a a d y ree', ic u t ourtendappeal'ostiesea ry des ha l slte attorneys af0lti our t mad'red e Paepi asio ouns nt, ayde nIKIP I
L supreeourtan -ay sup o.un lessmheis;ndheeenforti ediongithirO 8cbyl den Teydrs.alln each e arlese oru i eapprdbt are specificc needs.. You can't buyI i
) B ,Slwhear ls e ur I frmay B9Vrs e 'oren ise udbefouh, ivioffices itindicial' circuit a patub etoner shalb thesmir teierl s ado nt e eo v9 ae i .h s anep.. S i
=. 'y e 'writs prohiitin r d y .e ro ected o a term 1 Jf four years He shall rbingleyae, hersbe sla e cl ao d 40, on Lnu Pal e KI fLrNv Ke r
um nacomimos ncase Wthn eceae b nmnr uoclteries Y' ..r e sde s ^ el dr ... i bnhro Ista goseom de s equal.on jugst the al, o iviall iporan

*h Juidcio of th supem |ur *f U^ofT -B a Tatrnmbrthnrcomnddb o the P+..+^c,6--^ + + judiia of,,cers the grct ournta for ehsartcle, the nura bes of.^ r" us st ** m..T
P e n a l t y a n d f r o m ro r d e r s e o f st ri a l oc o u r t s m -n d op r e c e d i n gnli v ei n d i g o fu 'w o-nibsroo f t h e b a r a teta c a n da n d sj u d g e sesh a l l eb ett oe ir ctiur.s c cil u ghtoet h erla stdd.s. .. ..ce n s u s m e d
Softria l courto sta ie o si ngrs hedetat h udeunlheisbaude sha e e ti on oeh e ir uit e shu iallnoranAy beo ethob e term el ret s 1 ges

de ncisi n f I niy aicr the e pira ion of a erof F. ori a, a ftl se s is an tl b eldcto me s Prfvt e- a e th l e re ste .T hee codi tSiax bf eeo i co r o n
-6n eev o s ayidseits 'remeacoutls t mkidnsabT retsie, lt thet smenorp jurisdiction wereForic odai l mena Ior a -.
of atatestatouteurnabledefra that ane -And have beama or eenoof, tte .elony orts oh ge o o-O tare R u i myI
ore .. ..... stae hasrvtos h o-cthui.jdg torsen ay e rs RC ....t

treaty, ISECTlI ION Iide: terminat61numberoil peae. .re] ed thi uabnseo prescllbed by e-
stat orf anisituti onu.t "my concupreme reshion alluestb) l emberSECT heIsbpree A otrn Fs;alda frhe nre ailathnL of mndncoal w ordionies, nanctee .. .

of W.t. jourtdgto es. iy.s fnding.nIeo1en- TIO 20 jusdchii eduatel t fu e curt w eve u s- --"
hen 1rvi e 1 by 'l l- -'is dby it, an-d hl by 'arul- unt-eonrite aU pft ormbie., ha tleterroueh, 'daee: nate sndrferentrtsalofhins(anceJatie shall m e ahere no pj i| elL-

S 'f.tri.lco ....imp"singlif I mprs su rem cou praticn endfhg a be tae iamt orne the efe rv r oisa ccatnices oe to oewisst Jaunlo.dead Y UR .NSd
or nI d I .. ... o""r--,a,.hn m r oeoi f th er o muinc countieeo ss han rma pttedain ohin r l
tgfo te aida!+tio o onsorc-inrasig eresigorreeinngapelae SECTION 16. Puliderk f thecrcu-it L(1) e hens o hi00,00articlengecomtes17 aesecfcnee.eo-an u

(8 VI n. 1I dstitsa d u ica -h s p em e nt wic th s cit ion" 1a l hroubl i eofin d. e hsh a bet hfeMr sal e s u risdus. iOn he neffc til mende ore' cs bI o !

-in' of a 'di unril t coheu byf:eheap pealcts shath at.bono.n'ee wlthsa nd e hecoresal pot hee* a torn Ir
fesor.e i t eumbrpthole:o tis on prescribed byrmgenerdlpuawote.poiio ciofdescbeby eleawl th.. ..

Maa n l.^ -. -.. t- -.-. > ,, puobhcs adelendTere sha~l, be a ele storicfth naidbr eitn c ircuit aeer inmate pu antdt the I ee n so 1 = ,s v\ u .f Wlmprn '
A Oc nees sOfitonr estate rof crasngd ecreasing O redetsfe sp remde sha he the rr jal, s nurisdici- pal ou ds oeng terhaaea or aborSe nmed ( r) UfI..

m~~~nrwau~~ ~ ~ jurisdictionl~r!! immediately theretofore exerc Jsedab y 8he accodanc wi h ihe prosis occurhirstsu.
vehps s ay- quaion crtie Mdi and I uSca l ccA uit ll, istbic th ,constitut and ion, determinel seon thisds e tin udlease, troex is ot an rel n ;
m e haU.t System'IN* (* *" b'i N* n m aUceedings pending before i a fors the bpre- ions bolsheshall tof eloida, suale .e
of appeal to ]kbe it'Of -t l ldld on th ive ,k of this articlelmy be uibae tl se t lcnc tnn as eideios ofnii ca e

y a h) distri tt e dotu s.allehaat jhsdectn co uba o th i respect tv e ount e ee he I
Puli Itees, rthat isa-i n p-,lfy n tothe 16-']lt oinpa enuasitan puecep nl thde dfeats was may a other eut'an i c ns a oe cibed by is aluntile
_-ic-" a deisin nydi_ cut rcomndtin cncrin ned to -ficerm sETO, one. serving as clerk. of coumr-tverofstin -yeaorthat wunlesshangedpurisuatdil n,,cd ., I '.-

1ap p e a l.or o.th e S u p-ee corg t n t a or sa o o f i l c e t ii c a t e tb ane d i ctd t o e I s er v i ng s eoa o n o s e c d ic i d o t i o n 1 97e o th i a t i l e t he n m b ero f 'h. . ru b an t o e A lI.P.
U 18 yu U.f: Uaw8ad8y e rl !t"* theour sto a hale shax l hve oo hea jurisdiction og crui judrsesetea listed exisat Ating and ,l XU Ca of cut 6a'
Psg &t. 'e"wichuponfinal cnsidet efin al ai os ateo th sledwe e. -eiabe by the o erdio sl 9 ab- the nrostalon to, th esubi
jde wudbdel_ pll oadmy rjet'thrcomey rcte b courts of poeeals t e o f 1885ual etear seri e, a .th judges p tere of thre ot p m i
Ie e t e ee thimm~lstoee leTonr .eLKE PESCIPTONOu

USAS, ''SY "MA 8 ici corssalhv uiions federal ctei ens spandhvme mornthaioes
implementthei, iI (b) taken p allo the exe c e st
theSupther shallronveieyIlusion orgint aortaicio- ihnb ju, dges nertiehedalrrefthteoeeamdtc.tiun.
SEO830lg Hi alation 1.,Statelawot cogniysablebeathe VII Judgsecton f thne 11ollte owngtcourtsifont

S-, .---av:,-ateiejurons"ion macrnde'ulesjethe settlement f the estate of decedents court for the remainder of the term toii ie a ll e O I
an coi s s n i i--" ceaetoand minors, the e dranteng of letters oia tesata- which they were electead.0 Unl jdess created
revewandall;Wrts neessry o, he om-cout oly'epo adindngafreo country, pescibe bys'gnerlo-niw prvidd,,how e
conteu ra efect, util su.ad ed.halle
P I S ) M a y. . . . ..da m u s codsl atuteo n.1,E .o s h a n gedAp u r s u a ntst o.s e c t i o n 9 o f I Nte r m s I N SUh iNhEth e
( ar,'n="to'sateoffiersand tat in he u itbrr oh-'jdge ,isallbebefecivesioeffectivoeg muncipl orinaceseay 1 .t. ssirc
,quo ra he' prosecuila Gtil.bed by.municipal prosecuorss.t'- A+b(.4)euigibale ,cfur sso.lo Jiudgwith
.] onily afteri the exirat--ionofatem I te.n tawth e catoionyshallthrough, 19of theistate theresafter. urese .a"mnun .amncvil ea' tofr;.,
(6) Ma, orIay I1stictim;issuewite Sprem cout fi ltomkfindingsas pro And'rtnesiein6 triora jrsicin tf ecrdmin aded ,conty, ann l crimialcroed rtys -I
of hbea copusretrnaleiefre heon id aov wenned xits telegsltre(te1) TcircuitI re ecor shall bead have 'en fre aiordtgten-erlonyw ourtsofreia cord f une r aot i mn df
m or r n utc, a-istic-cort- m ..'y ..nuren rsoutio rqustth mmbrisdictho ediarte, ly therctforetheper-AJachuar8,97,Lwhichedverocuia curs irsthe. .-J
ofapa rAyJdeteeof, lOI/r aylr cutt ett tsfnig ldTcnih 1. edingsied yeiand iHe.sh'all' devterfnm i me cou r ts o f. recordateoll .uicial ortBeads .o r-, I .
1i. I I -1 to h iseduinekpendinghefsal otreit"ngagein efethe, pamous illsoroughdsnaLee, aasetoee s,,uand
I I. ,. UI.. .1 .I I. date optisartic fle~."Stteatornysshilcipsoal courts shhre vlandcrminal.officepsofinuaneaster
1.: -_ .I... w I I 'in)t. uhe 'assistante ds~,atorneys asha be an be, becto rd apof intelacontyr rendnt. .
t, -' ".I nISEC e~TIO 8' ulc deendrs-n eah-ecsof10,0acodnftohe390repc cnes.Yu a'tby ch ae a o urontsion cou mnnerieschvig opuDylationin "
Meen svh,. .. judioci tsalcrcut-ice. blicrefendl er salldstrictedeald.cenurs. Oare erffnaesnvurdate of.ne th-is .
.ou nea.you: mt. l!nOI. I it Qel k cuted'of appemoffu'ealsa avetejrisd..o "hall courtice hrshal e. ,armmadditiornalo number ., lIe~m I.=
.... --_o_ :. i- -- -- _I sta e -and rs idv -inthere tore eerrefsoil jreu ,n umba e a r o ugs o h bv a e A pbi eedrsal e neetrof he num er wfxistngecircuiwm dgp n d z t het em alss sisuti -im o t t
11v .tyo wath eiall..e Sal1beandshav eterbeen tion, whoejudes thexpresoinwho8.arec-o
1: Faend ;b.e.ore.thea members ofthe bar of Floridaf''tepe in fie shall aepaea

I-- -- .... .. lI I epal cou e yerts, P ublcpt efo e ndp e rsl s w ih a yll 4o-thi a e r outim e a l lsnd iby t hr a l ci os a t o" e, o o n u t i h a e p
It -, h at s e tti e m ea i tn t pf t h e st a e of d e cd e nta s m a y o uth o rstat e *j d ir l f iesaind e 1 97et e 2 o a n d I v ~ v
L and inos teganing f lttes.-sta.w. the y er eera-fs chtfiesd.hallbessfcreae _1,, 'At r`IA ... g u~rzd

S o u momentary, guardianship, involuntary hospital puyoursuant to section 9, oow .someone can sue you,
ization, the determination of incompetency, such judicial office shall not continue to y
and other jurisdiction usually pertaining to exist thereafter.
SA P A courts of probate; in all cases in equity in- (6) By March 21, 1972, the supreme his claim can WIPE YOU OUT .. un-
n=- eluding all cases relating to juveniles; of court shall certify the need for additional
all felonies and of all misdemeanors arising circuit and county judges. The legislature
out of MUFFLERS PIPES ACC SSORIE the same ca ircumstances as a felony in, the 1972 regular session may by gen- less yOu're properly insured!
MUFFLERS PIPES A tr 0RIES which Is also charged; in all eases Involving eral law create additional offices of .juige,
legality of any tax assessment or toll; in the terms of which shall begin on the
the action of ejectment: and in all actioss effective date of this article. Elections to n
IDISTRIBMINTHIS AB$ involving the titles or boundaries or right such offices shall take place at the game
of possession of real property. The circuit time and manner as elections to other state
ST JOE AUTO PARTS CO. may issue Injuntions. There shalbe judicaloicein 1972Insuran
judicial circuits which shall be .the Judicial O(7 county TO M LINoSOeNstingcount
.$ o O A TO 'AR S O circuits in existence on the date of adop- udes7) ut adjsieso h pae
.tion of this attic]4. The chief judge ofajug'cors ste fth pae
201 Long Avenue Phone 227-2141 circuit may authorize a county court judge and magistrates' court who are not mem
to ord er emergency hospitalizatlons pursuant here of bar of Florida shau be eligible to
I ~to chapter 71-181, Lwof F ILoIda in ;h 'seek election as county court judges of their

moneys in such fund. There shall be estab.
listed from the proceeds of each issue of !
revenues bonds a reserve account In an
amount equal to and sufficient to pay the
greatest amount of principal, interest, and
handling charges to become due on such
issue In any ensuing state fiscal year.
(b) Interest moneys In the 9und estab-
lished pursuant to this section, not required
in any fiscal year for payment of debt ser-
vice on then outstanding revenue bonds or
for maintenance of the reserve account, may
be used for educational loans to students
determined to be eligible therefore in the
manner provided by law, or for such other
related- purposes as may be -provided by
herednto set my hand and affixed the
Great Seal of the State of Florida, at
Tallahassee, the Capital, this the 14th
day of December, A.D., 1971.
(SEAL) 1-6-7t 2-3-72


)DUM, Pastor


V STAR, Port Pie. Pi. SM25 THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1972

More New Corporations Added

Jobs To Florida's Economy In '71

Jacksonville Florida's econo-
mic score card for 1971 indicates
the state is way Out in froAf o1 1970
as more new corporations con-
tinued to open for business duAing
the year, increasing employment
and retail spending, the Florida
State Chamber of Commerce re-
ported yesterday.
In its Weekly Business Review,
the State' Chamber said latest of-
ficial reports as of the third quar-

ter of 1971 show Florida with 1,118
more new corporations than re-
ported in September, 1970, for an
8 per cent increase. The number of
corporations that went out of
business in the state over the nine-
month period of' 1971 was 4 per
cent less than reported for the
same period in 1970. .
"The places that went out of
business in Florida as of Septem-

in Florida, it still is considerably
lower than the national rate of 6.0
per cent," Spencer maintained.
The Review added that by the
end of the third quarter of last
year, retail sales in the state in-
creased as sales tax collections to-
taled $71 million more than by the
ud f th t uhir d,.r f 170-n

Drivers Set Accit
Themselves With
drivers set accident traps for ti
selves said the Florida High
-PTqt+ l-A tIdv

enU ot e t re t t quarter ,o i -t a .L Iro Uoaay.*
ber, 1970 had liabilities of $33 mil- more wage and salary earners for and bank debits increased by $3 Colonel Reid Clifton direct
lion while those for the same peri- the three quarters of 1971 than re- billion, indicating more consumer the Patrol Reid Clifton, director
od in 1971 had liabilities of $28 mil- ported in September, 1970, the Re- spending. the Patrol said, "Drivers sh
lion, a 16 per cent decrease .in the view pointed out. Countering this make a New Year's resolution
debts of businesses that failed," was a rise in unemployment which "From these official reports on keep mentally fit when drim
noted Ronald S. Spencer Jr.,. Exe- was 3.9 per cent (seasonally ad- Florida's economic record for 1971, Keeping proper driving attit
cutive Vice President of the State justed) in September, compared to it appears that our economy con- is as important as maintain
Chamber. L 3.5 per cent in September a year
I New employment in the state earlier. iS tinued to expand and we only ex- your physical skills. Staying
to meet the demands of new and "While this unemployment rate pect this trend to continue through both physically and mentally,
expanding business meant 37,000 is higher than the previous year 1972," added Spencer. !help keep you alive."

dent Traps for
i Bad Attitude
tude The Patrol Chief said some mo.
hem- tourists drive themselves into ac-
hway cident trap situations by attitudes
such as "I can drive over the speed
limit safely I can violate the
*r of law if I don't get caught" or "I can
would drive as good if not better after
a to a few drinks."
tiudes "Drivers are urged to enroll in
ning a Defensive Driving Course in or-
ng der to improve their driving abili-
fit, ties. Motorists should uise defensive
will driving to overcome bad attitudes,"
concluded Colonel Clifton.


Legal Adv.
In Re: Estate of
- All creditors of Neva H. Croxton,
who died on November 20, 1971,
.while a resident of Gulf County,
Florida, are notified that they are
required to file any claims or, de-
mands that they may have against
her estate in the office of the
County Judge of Gulf County,
Florida, in the Courthouse at Port
St. Joe, Florida, within six calen-
dar months from the date of the
first publication of this Notice.
Each claim or demand niust be in
writing and filed in duplicate, and
must state the place of residence
and post office address of the
claimant and be sworn to be' the
claimant, his agent or his attor-
ney, or it will become void accord-
ing to law.
Dated this 13th day of Decem-
ber, A.D., 1971.
Executrix of the Estate of
First publication on December 22,
1971. 4t-12-22
303 Fourth Street -
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Attorneys for Executrix
IN RE: The marriage of -
JAMES K. MANN, husband,
ws BRENDA H. MANN, wife.
TO: Jamns K. Mann
c/o Jerry M. Forehand
1512 Cherokee Drive
West Columbia, South
Carolina 29169
that an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed against
you and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses,
if any, to it on Robert M. Moore,
321 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe,
Florida, and file the original with
the Clerk of the above styled Court
on or before January 14th, 1972,
otherwise, a Judgment may be en-
, terqd against you for the relief
demanded in the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said Court on this the 9th day
of December, 1971.
Clerk of Circuit Court
(SEAL) 4t-12-16
Notice is hereby given that I, B.
E. Parker, Sheriff of Gulf County,
Florida, under and by virtue of a
Writ of Execution heretofore is-
sued out of the above entitled
Court, in the above entitled cause,
having levied upon the following
personal property, situate, lying
and being in Gulf County, Florida,
'One 1966 Chevelle Chevrolet,
ID No. 131696A131551, Title No.
S1946465, Tag No. Fla. 66-265,
as the property of the above named
Defendant, and that on the 17th
day of January, 1972, between the
legal hours of sale, namely, 11:00
o'clock in the forenoon and 2:00
o'clock in the afternoon, on said
day, at the front door of the Court
House in Port St. Joe, Gulf County,
Florida, I will offer for sale and
sell to the highest bidder for cash,
in haxd, the above described pro-
perty, as the property of the said
Defendant, to satisfy said execu-
Sheriff, 4t
Gulf County, Florida


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Cello Package
Fresh Radishes -----pkg. lOc
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Sales Tax Collections Up Everywhere

In Florida Except In Gulf County

TALLAHASSEE--The state sales borough ($5,6 million) were also
tax, Florida's leading governmen- borough ($5.6 million) fere also
tal revenue source, brought in leading contributors.
over $68 million during November, All counties except Gulf, which
Comptroller Fred 0. (Bud) Dick- has been hampered by a strike
intison announced this week. has been hampered by a strike
s against a paper mill, showed sub-
Dade County led the individual stantial rises in sales tax collec-
contributors with $12.9 million, tions over the same period last
more than double the second high-' year. Baker County led percentage-
est county, neighboring Broward. wise with an increase of almost 60
Broward which combines with per cent.
Dade to form one of the south's This, and other large increases
largest population centers, con- helped the total figure for Novem-
tributed $5.8 million. ber show a 26 per cent gain over

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hQuality Beef '

Does A&P I
V 94 W
That's a fair question. But not an eaq tower
because we have our own quality standards,
different from any other meat nmerdiat. -

These standards don't fit exactth famiar term

you know for grades of meat. As an example,
did you know that some beeW graded U.S. Chokes
just doesn't meet our "Super-Righ pe
You see..we don't buy by grade. We use our own
high standards to bring you the best values.

That doesn't mean we don't approve of uch grading...
not at all It just means we're very fussy about
the beef we label "Super-Right."
It stands to reason we have to be or A&P wouldn't be
America's number one meat merchant.

Marking, Pick-Up
Committee Named
The marking arid pick-up com-
mittee for the Thrift Shop for Jan-
uary will be Mrs. Ferrell Allen, Jr.,
Mrs. Cecil Costin, Jr., and Mrs.
Thomas McDermott.
The ladies will be working at the
Shop on Thursday mornings at
9:30 a.m.
The workers for this Friday af-
ternoon will be Mrs. Bob King and
Mrs. Wayne Taylor.

the same month last year.
In dollars and cents, Gulf drop-
ped from $80,156.04 in 1970 to $30,-
693.21 in 1971 for 4 61.71% loss.


(Continued From Page 3)
he must have a permit from the
State before a new ditch can be
constructed, if the water from that
ditch rinds its way to State owned

FnSv Cooked SmokedE K! SA' Center

Got& *A" fth ea.Nf.t orIe.1
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Grade "A" Fresm fa. or Go. Comb. Pack
FRYER PARMTS.. '6"t.58
"Supertglht" FroAM Chopped
BEE AK......2 b $1.40
"Super-Right" All Meat
Copeland's All Meat
SLICED BOLOGNA06 ..... 69c

K9w^SW1Mb' EMI' SueMgmPer- WesereemB eef Shoulder Atm or
ORK m....... 59c CALIFORNIA BROAST. ..." 98c
supMRghM" olain ruI ... "Super-Right" Western B ee
PORKROAST0.......0 69c CHUCK STEAKS'. g....1' 68c
A&P Freds ,r .. -..- "Super-fItgh" Heavy Western Beef
A&P Fresh. Cap'n John's Frozen
KWrM SE..... 'a 69c SHR CREOLE..... 49c
Sultana Frozen
TV DINNERS 11 oz. 49c Sultana Frozen--8 Oz. Pkg.
rPARK FRANS.... 89c t Pies ...-- 5for 99c

All payrolls for the month of
October, 1971, were approved and
ratified as paid.
The following bills were present.
ed, approved and ordered paid:
General Fund, Warrant No. 4188
thru 4165 and Warrant No. 4209
thru 4289; Road and Bridge War-
rant No. 1746 thru 1778; Fine and
Forfeiture Warrant No. 401 thrd
404; St. Joseph Fire Control War-
rant No. 230 thru 234; Capital Out-
lay Warrant No. 229, 230 and 235.
The Clerk reported the follow-
ing bank balance as of November
1, 1971: General $27,020.10;
Fine and Forfeiture $29,209.49;
Road and Bridge $21,488.45; Pest
Control $17,332.69; Capital Out-
lay $33,014.57; Certificate of In-
debtedness I & S $389.56; St.
Joseph Fire Control $2,645.33
and Fire Station Bonds $2,215.
There being no further business,
the meeting adjourned.

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150 Size
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COFFEERusset Baking
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l Fresh, Green
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Medium Size (Bulk)
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Legal Adv.

Notice is hereby given that upon
motion of the City Commission of
the City of Port St. Joe, Ordinance
No. 54 has been introduced and
read in full for the first time at
the regular meeting of the City
Commission December 21, 1971,
and is listed below by title only.
This proposed Ordinance is on file
in the City Clerk's office for any-
one desiring to read said Ordin-
ance in full.
"An Ordinance providing for
the construction and equipping of
a Wastewater Treatment Plant in
Port St. Joe, Gulf County, Florida;
authorizing the issuance and sale
of not exceeding eight million dol-
lars Sewer Revenue Bongs to fi-
nance the cost thereof; and pro-
viding for the payment of the prin-
cipal of and interest on such reve-
nue bonds solely from the proceeds
accruing annually to the City of
Port St. Joe, Florida, from that
certain contract by and between
the City of Port St. Joe, the St. Joe
Paper Company, a corporation or.
ganized under the laws of Florida,
and Glidden-Durkee, a Division of
SCM Corporation, together with
any Federal or State loans or
grants available at any future
date; providing for the redemp.
tion of said Revenue Bonds and
providing an effective date.
City Auditor and Clerk

Midget io.nvemtents .uNk
Giant Retrao '

the Board that he needs two ad-
COMMISSION ditional employees to be assigned
to maintenance of secondary roads.
The Board said this request would
waters; that the State can issue a be tabled until the next meeting
3 year permit for maintenance of or a special meeting to be called
present drainage structures, for the purpose of adopting a se-
condary road policy.
He then informed the Board that Wesley Thompson, Jr. in-
the Department of Entomologh is Wesley W. Thompson, Jr in-
having a meeting at Vero Beach on formed the Board as to the organ-
Thursday of this week that wil ization of an association to spon-
be concerned with the State's re- sor the fourlaning of U. S. 98
quirement for permits to construct that he and the Chairman of this
and maintain ditches and that his Board attended the first meeting.of
State Supervisor has requested him He said that with the completion of
to attend this meeting. The Board Interstate 10 will take all traffic
directed Comm. Davis meeting. The BoardSu off U.S. 98 unless it is four-laned;
directed Comm. Davis and the S that this would hurt the economy
pervisor to attend this meeting. of Gulf County and all counties in
The Road Superintendent told which U.S. 98 passes through. He
urged this Board to join this as-
sociation and to endorse the four-
laning of U.S. 98. The Board in-
dicated it would take out member-
ship and that it has been a long
i i time supporter of the four-laning
Whereupon, their was a motion
by Comm. Kennedy, seconded by
Comm. Graham and duly carried
that the County pay the Gulf Coun-
ty-Port St. Joe Chamber of Com-
merce $300.00 for advertising Gulf
6 County.
E. F. Gunn told the Board that
the Country Club property cannot
be properly cleared because it is
water-logged due to the hardpan
A-being only a few feet beneath the
I surface. He said that if the County
t fL would rush its road and ditch pro-
S, J' ject to completion, it would allow
this area to be drained and that
it could then be cleared. He re-
quested the County to clear the
road from the club house site, to
SR 30 as soon as possible and to
construct a ditch on one side of
this road. After discussion, the
Board said that it would perform
hI this work as soon as the country
club has the centerline of this road
stn V. 5A staked.
Because of the holiday season,
the Board announced that it would
not hold its regular meeting of
^ LaFrslDecember 28, 1971.
The minutes of October 12 and
26 were read, approved and adopt-
*rA ed.

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Judge Husband Metes Out Stiff

Penalties for Killing Doe Deer

The penalty for taking doe
deer in Gulf County recently
cost two violators $501.00 each,
forfeiture of the antlerless deer,
and release of an automobile to
a local bank having an interest

in the vehicle.
A total of $300.00 of the plus
$1,000 fine was earmarked for
obtaining and releasing two deer
to replace the animal taken ille-

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DAY- 10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.
lay, Friday, Saturday, Jan. 6, 7 and 8

R 5 Ibs. 49c
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Ibs. 89c HAMBURGER 3 Ibs



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The stiff fine, forfeitures and
requirement to replace the deer
was assessed by County Judge
Sam P. Husband, Port St. Joe,
following a guilty verdict by a
jury impanelled to hear evidence
in the case. Convicted were Her-
shel Lee Harrisori and John M.
Martin, both of ,Route 1, We-
Charges against the violators
were made under Florida Sta-
tute 372.99.
Apprehension and arrest of
the two men was made by Ben-
nie P. Greene, Port St. Joe and
Carl Culb reth,l Apalachicola,
wildlife officers of the Game
and Fresh Water Fish Commis-
-Location of the violation was
given as the Howard Creek and
Sauls Creek portion of the Ed-
ward Ball Wildlife Management
In a second case before the
County Judge last week, Judge
Husband directed a verdict of
not guilty against Ronnie Raf-;
field for taking edible salt water
fish in an illegal manner.
Raffield was fishing 'for bait
fish when, he dieew up some
mackerel in w hisnets with a con-
servation officer present. The of-
ficer told Rafiibld to keep the,
fish and give itiem away to an:
institution, declriig they would.
die since they : ad been caught.
Raffield testified to this in court
along with several witness.
. Husband dir cted the verdict

field's part to catch the fish il-

St. James Women
Met Monday
The Women of St. James Episco-
pal Church met in the Parish
House on January 3 for their regu-
lar business meeting.
Those attending were Mesdames,
Ida Copenhaver, president; Louise
Coldewey, Frankie TaylorrBetty
Fensom, Lunette Gibson, Mary
Daughtry and Monica Stone. The,
Rev. Sidney Ellis was also present.'
Members were reminded -of the
annual Parish Supper to be held
January 13 in the Parish House.
There will also be a meeting of
the Altar Guild on January 13 at
7:30 p.m.
Additional plans were made for
the Silver Tea and Mini Bazaar to
be held at the home of Mrs. Ida
Copenhaver :on February 14.
After the meeting was closed
with prayer by Mr. Ellis, members
stayed to work on projects for the

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duie 'to a lack pf. intent of Raf- FOR _SALE: 12x56 mobile home. FOR RENT: Redecorated modern WANTED: Domestic work wanted.-
2 bedroom Spanish decor. Phone 2 bedroom furnish apartment in Reliable. Call 229-5696, Pauline-
229-5582. 3tp-1-6 quiet neighborhood.. Phone 227- Dunigan. Contact Blil Dunigan. lp.
4261 days, 648-4600 evenings. 1-6
City- Ren qulests FOR SALE or RENT: 3 bedroom 4261 days, 648-4600 evenings. 1-6
eSS FOR SALE or RENT: 3 bedroom SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
house at St. Joe Beach. Sfall FOR RENT: Furnished large one Buford Griffin. Phone 229-6694-
(Continued-From Page 1) down payment and assume pay- bedroom apartment .with separ- or 229-2937.
ments. Bank financed at 6% in- ate dining room, auto. heat and
wanted to handle the matter terest. Call 648-4976. large yard. Phone- 227-8536 after PROFESSIONAL HELP with emo-.
himself, and would if he could 5:00 p.m.. tf-11-25 'onal problems and/or concerns.
get an itemized statement. The FOR SALE: Jalousie windows, -- Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Port:
ard said they would no make door. hot water heater (30 gal.), FOR SALE: Pair antique Duncan St. Joe, Florida 229-3621
an exception .of.policy foi-and's cabinets,' sink, oil heater, drum of Phyfe- love seats and drop-leaf
benefit. o oil and stand. Call 227-5331 or 227- table. 8 ladder back chairs, marble
Paid Gulf Counfy TaxAssessor 3341. tfc-11-25 top coffee table, china clock, etc. FOR
S$Phone 648-7246. tfcrl-6
Samuel A. Patrick $1,159.87 for FOR SALE: 1969 Galaxy with air .- AMBULANCE SERVICE
assessing the City's' 1972 tax roll. conditioning,, power steering, FOR RENT: One bedroom and pri- In Wewahitchka and
Reviewed, and, approved engi- whitewall tires, radio ,heater. Good! vate bath; 528 corner of 6th St.
neer sketches for the new Waste- condition. Call 229-2896 after 5 'and Woodward Ave. Rent reason- Port St. Joe
water treatment .plant mainten- p.m. tfe-10-28 able. CALL -
ance building and truck storage. -
__'_'FOR SALE: Nice comfortable FOR RENTi Fu--ished beach cot Comforter Funeral Home
HOLIDAY GUESTS home with 1100 sq ft. living tages. Reasonable monthly -rates.
Guests during the holidays of area. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath. living Phone 227-3491 or 227-8496. tfe 227-3
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carr were Miss room, family room, kitchen, dining FOR RENT: One and two bedroom -
Carolyn Carr, Miss Beverly Shep- area, carport,,utility room, central attractively furnished apart-
herd of Atlanta, Ga., and Billy heat, oak floors, recently painted. ments. Cool, in summer, warm in C. P. Etheredge
Carr and son, Trey of Brunswick, On 85'x100' lot with chain link winter. Gas heat, window fans. S18 Third Street
Ga. fence back yard. 131 Hunter Circle. They must be seen to be appreciat- Port St. Joe, Pla.
G.______ Call 229-5501. tfcl2-29 ed. Contact Mr. or Mrs. B. C. Prince
at WIMICO LODGE and TRAILER Plumbing and
FOR SALE: 45 hp Mercury with PARK. Phone 229-2413 or 648- Electrical Contractor
at Stafford's Groery, White City3101. tfe-10-28- ll 22949"6 for Free Estimate
... [ 1 I ii iAlt -FOR RENT: Small 2 bedroom
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SPAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe C. A. Pridgeon 1301 Monument I Ds nOW servicing wigs and
IU Avenue. 2tc-12-29 hair pieces in my home. If
A Avenue.o have human hair or syn-
I P ANTED: $100.00 weekly thetic which you would like
ELP WANTED: $100.00 weekly to have service quickly at
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A what? FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed- "We aim to please you 4tp Phone 229-2782 10-14
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m It ay leave YOU tongtl-te storage room. Large shady- yard.6Everyime.
SaAutomatic heat. Phone 36 602 Garriso Ave. R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
But it tels your doctor a lot. after 5:00 p.m. tfe-11-25 Phone 229 Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A
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pr.essur bedroom house with washer, dry- Emory Stephens. Free estimate JOSEPH PIPPIN, H. P.
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Your doctor can help you lower it 8536 after 5:00 p.m. tfc-11-25 797 wn payment. Ph2.one ILLIS V. ROICAN, POST 116meet
and reduce your risk of heart attack. FOR RENT or SALE: 5 room house, ing first and third Monday nights,
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atyWliSWr ialy.. Homer Coe, 229-6285 after 7 p.m. 2 KILPATIOK
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