The star
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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: February 3, 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"



Food Stamps for County In April

The Division of Family Ser-
vices is scheduled to start selling
foodd stamps April 1 in 'Gulf
County to eligible needy persons,
according to Douglas Endsley,
Director,'Division of Family Ser-
vices, providing that office space
and'staff to administer the Food
Stambp Program are available.
The food stamp program is a
State/Federal plan administered
in'z orida by the Division of
.F A"ly Services, Department of
Heath and Rehabilitative Ser-
vicel, to help low-income fami-
lies, 'buy more food. The total
amount of stamps which a fam-

ily may buy is dependent upon
the size of the family and
amount which the family must
pay is based upon its income.
In Gulf County, it is estimated
that when the commodity food
program is phased out and the
food stamp program is in opera-
tion, over 1,739 persons monthly
will benefit.
In addition, the local grocer
in -Gulf County is expected to
benefit as an' estimated $43,730
is spent monthly in buying food
,through: the Fodd Stamp Pro-
Eligibility for food stamps is

The Port St. Joe High -School
basketball season doesn't end
this week, despite the reporting
by this newspaper last week that
it does. The remainder of the.-
season was printed on the back.
of the schedule we had available.
Last week, .the Sharks picked
up two victories and lost one.
The Sharks gained a victory, by
forfeit over Marianna Friday
night when the Bulldogs chose
not to play because of troubles
in their school. Saturday night,
the Sharks defeated Apalachi-
cola and lost to Bay High on
C *
Sandy Quinn poured 22 points
through the nets in Apalachi-
cola Saturday, with big Jim' Be-
lin racking up '18 points, Ken-
drick Bryant 14 and Tim' Grand-
berry 10.
Ronnie Edwards led Apalachi-
cola with 20 points. ,
The Sharks led 31-26 at half-.
time on their waY'to t 74-66 win.
The Shaiks fell behind, 13-20 in:
second period scoring, picked up
'another seven point bulge in the

based. upon income, resources,
residence within county, availa-
bility of cooking facilities, re-
quirement that unemployed
members of a household who can
work must register with Florida
Employment and that generally
all members of a household must
be related.
"In that Food Stamps are avail-
able to the working poor," said
Endsley, "we see that it will
help to keep them off the wel-
fare' rolls. "Another advantage,
he said, "is that food $stamps per-
mit purchasing a grater varie-
ty'of nutritious foods"

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third and swapped even, 20-20.
in the last stanza.
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe __ 18 13 23 20-74
Apalachicola 6 20 20 20--66
'Port St.. Joe-Belin, 8-2-18;
Bryant, 6-2-14; 'Grandberry, 5-0-,
10; Adkison, 0-1-1; White, 0-1-1;'
Quinn, 10-2-22; Speights, 4-0-8.
Apalachicola Williams, 7-5-
19; Joseph, 3-2-8; Edwards, 7-6-
20; Croom, 5-4-14; Teat, 2-1-5.

Port St. Joe gave Bay High all
they could handle in their last
outing, but Monday night the
Sharks were as cold as the wea-
ther outside when they met the
Big Red, in Panama City. Bay
High swamped the Sharks 88-
(Continued On Page 10)

Items which mak not be pur-
chased with fpod stamps in-
clude alcoholic beverages, to-
bacco, animal foods, paper pro-
ducts and imported foods.
The average family participat-
ing in the food stamp program
consisting of 3.6 persons spends
$24.47 monthly of their own
money for food stamps and re-
ceives food coupons with a pur-
chasing power of $88.00..
Currently food stamps are be-
ing distributed in 20 counties
while commodity foods are being
distributed in the "' remaining
counties to needy households.

k *

Commissioner Robert Fox Turns

in His Resignation from Board

Robert B. Fox, who has been
City Commissioner in charge of
the water and sewer services of
the City for the past six and a
half years, tendered his resigna-
tion from the Board Tuesday
Fox presented the members of
the Board a letter containing his
resignation which will be effec-
tive 'on February 29.
The veteran City' Commission-
er said he hated to leave his post

Charles Carroll -

Taken by Death

-Charles B. Carroll, age 86. a
resident of 416 First Street,
Highland View, passed away at'
Municipal Hospital, Friday morn-,
ing-following a brief illness.
Mr. Carroll was a carpenter
in the building industry before,
his retirement.
He is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Lula Belle Carroll of High-
Jaind View; two sons, Watson and.
John Carroll and a daughter,
Mrs. Gladys Massey, all of Car-
rabelle; six grandchildren; a
brother, Capps Carroll of Gaines-
Funeral services were held at
4:00 p.m. Sunday from Comfor-
ter Funeral Home Chapel con-
ducted by Rev. C. T. Laws, Pas-
tor of the Apalachicola Church
of God. He was assisted by the.
Rev. Jean Shoots, Pastor of the
Highland View Assembly of God
Church and Rev. William N. Ste-
phens, Pastor 'of the Highland-
View: Baptist: Church:. Interment
was in the family plot of Holly
Hill Cemetery.,
SActive -pallbearers were Bill,
Jones, Dan Register, Earl Haney,
WadellD Jenkins, Donald Wayne
Shoots and Howard Cannington.
Comforter 'Funeral Home of
Port St. Joe was in charge 'of ar-
. rangements.

Evangelist John David Burkett will be'

Featured In Oak Grove Church Series

Evangelist John David Bur-
kett, Lancaster, Texas, will be
the featured 'speaker for special
services at the Oak Grove Assem-
bly of God Church on Madison
Avenue in Oak Grove.
The campaign will begin Sun-
day,. February 6 and continue'
nightly except Saturday night,
according to the Rev. Aaron H.
'Gillman, pastor.
Evangelist Burkett attended
Southwestern Bible College in
Waxahachie, Texas, and is a gra-
duate of Southern California
SCollege at Costa Mesa. He began
preaching in 1961' at the age of
17, and was ordained to the min-
istry in 1967.
Each evening during the cam-
Spaign here the evangelist will be
singing as well as preaching.
The church issues a cordial
invitation to everyone to attend. Rev. John -David Burkett

and the City after living here for-
16 years, but he has retired from
employment by Glidden Durkee
and is entering a new business
venture in the M4iami area. Fox
will become the general mana-.
ger and executive vice-president
of the VenusA Development Cor-
poration, a land development
Fox has been one of the guid-
ing forces which has seen Port
St. Joe and its water and sewer
services through the advent of
strict pollution controls being
applied by state and federal gov-
ments. Part of this has -resulted

in the new industrial-domestic
. wastewater treatment plant
which will be bid on the 15th of
this month.
Incinerator Shown
Three representatives of the
Zurn Corporation met with the
Commission Tuesday 'night to
show slides and give a presenta-
tion of the half million dollar
incinerator purchased for the
new disposal plant. The incinera-
tor. will burn all solids left after
treatment of industrial wastes.
and municipal sewage.
The Zurn r e p r esentatives
pointed out that the. incinerator'

would meet all pollution require-
ments, with no emissions into
the water or air. Only a small
amount of fine ash would remain
for burial after the burning pro-
Zurn was recommended as' the
incinerator supplier by the. City's
engi eers as having the est pro-
ducI and the lowest bid when
some equipment for the disposal
plant was purchased in Decem-
ber of last year.
Roger Hecklinger,: vice presi.
dent of the Zurn firm, said the
incinerator may Ibe 'modified to
also burn garbiag@ in the future.
In, other busianh s, -the Board
reviewed .and approved the "lat-
est expense billing f(ringineer-.
ing and other mischlaheouti:
c6sts in the disposal plant pro-
ject and appointed Mayor Frank
Pate as the City's member to' the
Board of Directors of the North-
west YFlorida-Development Coun-

Jaycee President Milo Smith, left, presents at the Jaycee DSA award banquet Saturday night.
the Distinguished Service Award to Gene Raffield -Star photo

Gene Raffield Selected to

Receive JJaycee Awar d

'Gene Raffield, local seafood
harvesting and marketing oper-
ator, was, selected by a panel of
" five judges as the Jaycees Out-
standing Young Man of the
Year as the result of ballots cast
by 1ocal' residents last week.
Raffield was presented with a
' plaque at the annual3 Jycee
awards Blanquet in the Motel St.
Joe. Saturday night by president
Milo Smnith.
Raffield was recognized for his
accomplishments which. led to
his selection by awards chairman

Robert Montgomery. Raffield is
the manager of one of the lar-
gest seafood operations in this
part of the Gulf. coast His firm
operates several boats from Mis-
sissippi to Key West and ships
nearly three million pounds of
seafood all over the United
.States each year. In addition he
is a member of the Gulf County
School Board and is currently
serving .as vicerchairman, of the
The award recipient is also
very active in civic affairs. He

Last Rites Held for Clyde A. ite

i Funeral services were held
here yesterday morning for
Clyde A. "Skinny" Fite, 67, from
the St. James Episcopal Church
with the Rev. Sidney Ellis of-
Fite passed away at 2:30 p.m.
Monday in a Tallahassee hospi-
tal following a lengthy illness.
He was a resident of 1029 Mc-
Clellan Avenue nad hadi lived in
Port St. Joe for the past 20- years.

-GCC: Cage Tournament

Begins Here Tonight

Port St. Joe High School will host the Gulf Coast
Conference basketball tournament beginning tonight at
7:30 p.m. in the Colliseum.
Entered in the first year tournament for the new
conference will be Port St. Joe, Chipley, DeFuniak
Springs, Marianna and Crestview.
The Sharks have met all the teams which will ap-
pear in the tournament during the regular season and
lost only to Marianna on January 8. The Bulldogs for-
feited a game to the Sharks last week due to personnel
problems. ,
In the' tournament opener tonight, Port St. Joe
will go against Chipley at 7:30 p.m. Tomorrow night,
the winner of tonight's game will meet DeFuniak Springs
at 8:30 p.m. and Marianna will play Crestview at 7:00
p.m. The championship game will be played Saturday
night at 8:00 p.m.
Admission will be $1.25 for adults and 75c for
The Sharks will also be host to the Class AA,
District 2 tournament on February 24 and 25, it was
learned this week. Participating in the District play
will be Blountstown and Marianna at 7:00 p.m. and
Chattahoochee vs. Carter-Parramore of Quincy at 8:30
on February 24. The championship game will be played
at 8:00 p.m. February 25, with the winner advancing
into the state play-offs. ]

He was a member of St. James
Episcopal Church of Port St. Joe,
a Mason and aShriner. He had
retired from the Graphic Arts
Division of St. Joe Paper Com-
pany in February of 1969.
Fite had spent many years
working with the forestry divi-
sion of the, St. Joe Paper Com-
pany and the state of Florida.
He was well known throughout
North Florida in forestry circles
and spent much of his time and
efforts in promoting forest fire
He is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Sara Fite of Port St. Joe;
one son, Bill Fite of Tallahassee;
two daughters, Mrs. Martha Sex-
ton of Tampa and Mrs. Jo Anne
Johnson of Brunswick, Ga.; two
grandsons, Sandy Fite and Andy
Johnson; one sister. Mrs. Vera
Marlatt of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Interment was in the family
plot F in Eustis.
Vestrymen of the church ser-
ved as active pallbearers. Mem-'
bers of the Rotary Club acted as
honorary pallbearers.
Comforter Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.

Beach Businessmen
To Serve Barbecue

The Mexico Beach Business
Association will serve barbecue
pig at a charter dinner Monday,
February 7 at 7:00 p.m., CST, at
the Gaslight Restaurant on Mex-
ico Beach.
All interested parties who
wish to become charter members
of this organization are invited
to attend. Initiation fees are
$15.00 and dues $5.00 per month.
The Association is being organiz-
ed for the purpose of uniting ef-
forts to promote and expand the
business activities of the Mexico
Beach community.


is a member and' past president
of the Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club
and is in charge of its youth
work activities. He is one of the
founders "of the Quarterback
Club organized early last yeas"
and one of the committee which
went to work and built a new
$25,000 seating facility at the
high school football stadium.
In addition to the Outstanding
Young Man award, president
Smith outlined what has been a
busy year for the Jaycees giving
special mention to the Jayeees
24-hour Labor Day safety pro-
gram, the Junior Miss Pageant,
the annual Christmas parade and
a shopping tour provided and fi-
nanced by the Jaycees for under-
privileged children.
Smith also presented awards
to Jaycees Abe Miller, Larry Me.
Ardle, Robert Montgomery, Hig-h
.don Swatts, Bob Moore, Virgil
Daniell and Al Ray for their
work with several Jaycee activi-

Three Bay County
Run-Aways Caught

Three minors, two boys age 16
and 17 and a 15-year-old girl from
Panama City were apprehended
in the Douglas Landing area
Thursday afternoon by the Gulf
County Sheriff's Department and
the Gulf County Civil Defense.
The three had run away from
home Monday, of last week and
had been living in camps in the
landing area. They were seen
Thursday and the manhunt set
up which resulted in their cap-
The three were returned to
their homes.

Chamber of Commerce Members to

Elect Three New Directors Monday

Members of the Port St. Joe-
Gulf County Chamber of Com-
merce will meet Monday evening
in the Council Room of the City
Hall to select three new directors
for three year terms on the
Board of Directors.
A nominating committee has
selected Dave May, Cecil Costin,
Jr., Walter Dodson, Bob Moss
and B. A. Pridgeon, Jr., to be
considered for the nomination.
Retiring directors are Bob
Freeman, John Robert Smith and
Jimmy Prevatt.
The election will be held at
6:30 p.m. after which the Board
of Directors will hold their reg-

ular monthly meeting and select
a new president for the coming
The new president and slate
of officers will be installed at
the annual meeting of the Cham-
'ber, Monday, February 14 at
7:30 p.m. at a dinner to be held
in the Centennial Building.
Lt. Governor Tom Adams will
be the featured speaker for the
annual meeting. Tickets for the
dinner have been mailed to all
Chamber members, but others
interested in attending may se-
cure tickets at $5.00 each from
the Chamber office in the City
Hall as long as they last.


Sharks Chalk Up Two Wins for ih

Week; lose to Bay High Monday



We Have Our Hands Full

The national school public relations association re-
ports that there is stark evidence of a drug subculture that
has taken root in America and found fertile breeding
grounds in the schools.
President Nixon's "deliberately cautious" estimate is
that 16 percent of the nation's 18 million high school stu-
dents are experimenting with marijuana. Most doctors,
educators and drug authorities believe the figure is closer
to 25 or 35 percent.
The public relations association report says:.-- "This
means that up to 6 million students are taking drugs ille-
gally." It ,added that some 50,000 school children are
addicted hopelessly on heroin.
'The survey found high rates of drug abuse in big
cities. It reported that 40 percent of San Francisco's
junior and senior high school students were experiment-
ing with drugs. The figure was 22 percent for Houston.
Some teachers may use drugs themselves. It has been
suggested that high school students and teachers undergo
tests to spot drug users. Drug abuse reflects the failure
of adults to enforce discipline in their homes, their schools
and their cities.

Meanwhile, here on the home front, Chief Deputy
Sheriff H. T. Dean has stated publicly that drug use is
fortunately not much of a factor here in Gulf County. But
Dean is quick 'to add that drugs are here and any, use of
them in an illegal manner cannot be tolerated.
The Deputy is absolutely correct. We cannot afford
to be complacent about so serious a matter. We cannot
afford to rest on our laurels because the use of drugs is
minute. The very fact that they exist illegally in our
City and. our county should..be cause for the highest of
Rev. Bob Johnson, Pastor of the First Baptist Church
in Wewahitchka recently told a local audience that the
main problem in Gulf County among our youth is not
drugs so much, but alcohol use is widespread among the
kids. Johnson said his warning came from the experience
of checking up, personally, to see.
So, you see, we as adults have our hands full, both
in trying to solve these serious problems and in setting
such an example that the kids will not be tempted to ex-
periment with these dangerous benders of the mind and

The Way To Peace


Our congratulations go out to Gene Raffield who was
selected Saturday night as the Outstanding Young Man
in Port St. Joe to be recognized by the local Jaycees.
Raffield is probably as deserving of the honor as
any candidate has ever been in the past. He is very ac-
tive in anything to build up the area and the county and
shies away: from things that have tearing down as their
purpose. Gene is so involved that one often wonders
when he finds time to make a living, but he apparently
does just as well at this endeavor as he does in boosting
his community..
Raffield:.is pi;b6ly the youngestperson ever to be
elected to the Gulf County School Board, and though he
has served only one full term, he has already been select-
ed as chairman of that Board for one year, and is in line
for the chairman post again next year.
As Gene said in his acceptance sentence: "You can
get so involved in things you never even realize that there
are people watching what you do until an award like this
comes along, and makes all the work worthwhile".
We congratulate the Jaycees for presenting a very
fine award to an extremely deserving recipient.

Too Late To Classify
By Russell Kay

While I appreciate the concern
of Florida Attorney General
Robert Shevin over the littering
of our streets, roads and high-
ways as well as parks, play-
grounds and beaches with an a-
bundance of bottles and cans, I
am sure he has not thought the
problem through.
:As far as littering and the
ecology are concerned, if we did
away with all the beer and soft
drink cans even forbid their
use we still would have only
scratched the surface.
- The Attorney General over-
looks the fact that litter is not

confined to bottles and cans.
Litter includes everything from
gum wrappers, cigarette pack-
ages and milk cartons to packing
cases and piano boxes.
It .woul dbe wonderful if we
could recycle everything, not
only bottles and cans, but all
types of containers, glass, paper,
cardboard, plastic, metal or what
have you.
Every day the waste baskets,
trash containers and garbage
cans of the nation are clogged
with tons and tons of refuse,
most of it recyclable if science
and the general public were con-

Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESIZE R. RAMSEY Editor and Fublls
*Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter Proof,.,
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
PoSTOFnrIc Box 308 PHONE 227-8161
Entered as second-class matter. December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879. 1

IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, $4.00 SIX MOS., $2.25 THREE MOS., $127.50'
OUT OF COUNTY One Year, $5.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year, $6.00
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or ommisslons in advertisements, the publishers'.
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such 3s
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly con-
vinces. The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.

David Lawrence, venerable dean of American jour-
nalism and editor of U. S. News and World Report, in his-
own inimitable and fearless manner has pointed the way
to peace:
"The peoples in the countries which have the major
military power can do a great deal to bring about peace.
In Red China and the Soviet Union, the citizens do not
have the freedom which prevails in democracies. But if
the peace of the world depends upon the liberation of the
peoples of the Soviet Union and of Red China so. they can
help to abolish wars, this should become the issue of
greatest priority."
It is what we ultimately must do, but we are not even
going to think about doing it until vast convulsions of the
world have taken their toll. It is precisely the opposite of
What we are doing. We are helping, in every way to keep,'
the CommuAlst stirait jackets on tli~-oviet and Chinese,-
peoples by dealing with their governments over their heads
and in complete, indifference to the way in which they are
robbed of their freedom.
What Mr. Lawrence is saying is that the way to peace
is through morality in internal and external affairs. It is
not through Machiavellianism or wishful thinking. Until
we can free the peoples of the U.S.S.R. and Red China-
and it is something we should ponder-we must base our
policies at home and abroad on simple morality, on right
as distinguished from wrong,

cerned with the problem.
Modern merchandizing and
modern buyers of products de-
mand more and more useless and
wasteful packaging. Look in your
kitchen cabinet, your medicine
cabinet, your store room- and
what do you find?
Thousands aid thousands of
every conceivable type of' con-
tainer. Plastic jugs, jars and bot-
tles of everything from bath-
room bowl cleaners to face
cream, glass and cardboard con-
tainers containing items in in-
dividual paper wrappers are
Your breakfast comes in con-
tainers, hot and cold cereals in
cardboard and paper containers,
ham or bacon, even eggs in spe-
cial containers. Just about every-
thing you use, wear or eat comes
in some kind of container.
While you, may not throw it
out in the street, as beer bottles
and cans, it still must be dispos-
ed of some way and half or often
two thirds of your so-called gar-
bage is made up of bottles, plas-
tic containers, paper, cardboard
containers, labels, advertising
wrappers, junk mail material
and so on.
'Of course, if you were really
concerned about the ecology and
believed in recycling you would
provide yourself with separate

containers for bottles, cardboard,
paper, plastics and so on. But
who would pick it up and distri-
bute it to the proper recycling
plant? Not your garbage collec-
tor. He would go on strike first.
Not your city, county or state
government. They- couldn't af-
ford it unless they increased tax-
es or collection charges.
Ask the average manufacturer,
distributor, storekeeper or pri-
vate citizen and he will tell you
he feels something should be
done about the problem of con-
serving our environment. But
few of us are willing to do any-
thing about it. It would be too
much trouble and too expensive.
We are all to blame, not just
the can and bottle manufac-
turers, wholesales or retailers.
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Family Services

Want Volunteers

For Family 'Help

The Division of Family Ser-
vices is in the process of re-
cruiting volunteers to help fam-
ilies in the community. The
scope of the duties will vary de-
pending on the volunteers time
and interest. There are many
families in the community that
could benefit from friendly visit-
ing, providing transportation,
teaching homemaking skills, and
so on.
There is no age limit for volun-
teers; teenagers to senior citi-
zens who have the time and de-
sire to help those who need help
are needed. Anyone interested
in participating in the Volunteer
Program can call the Division of
Family Services at 639-5276 in
Wewahitchka, Monday thru Fri-
day and 229-6229 in Port St. Joe,
Wednesday or Friday.

Gulf Receiving

Extra Funds for

School System

Increased attendance in 51 Flor-
ida school districts resulted in an
additional January payment of
$3.4 million from the state, while
all 67 districts shared another $3.7
million supplementary fund, Comp-
troller Fred 0. (Bud) Dickinson
,reported today.
The two distributions total $7.1
million above the regular monthly
minimum foundation program,
Dickinson said.
Dickinson explained that mini-
mum foundation funds for oper-
ation of grades kindergarten
through 12 of public schools are
based on each district's average
daily attendance the previous year.
When current average daily at-
tendance is determined during the
first two months of the present
school year, the appropriation is
recalculated and additional money
to cover increased enrollment is
These "recalculation funds" will
be distributed during January,
February and March to the 51
counties with increased- atten-
dance, the Comptroller said.
In addition, the 1971 Legisla-
ture authorized a supplementary
payment to each of Florida's school
districts on an average daily at-
tendance basis.
Dickinson said each district is
allocated $11.74 per pupil this se-
cond quarter of the year, in addi-
tion to the regular minimum foun-
dation program.
These supplementary funds will
total $14.7 million for the four
quarters, he reported.
Gulf County received $7,039.00
in ADA money and $41,826.00
from the recalculation of funds.



It's getting harder and harder to lose a pound or two.
Those who were' carrying an extra load of "white
muscle" were hit right in the bread basket, so to speak,
two years ago when cyclamates were ruled to be a possible
cause of cancer if a person ate a pound or two each day
for 10 years: so cyclamates were taken off the market
The diet soft drinks, the artificially sweetened foods, all
went down the drain with the official "no-no" toward the
human consumption of the almost palatable artificial
This left saccharin. But last week, this artificial
soother of the sweet tooth suffered a left hook to the jaw
and it now looks like saccharin will also go the way of the
cyclamates. Too bad.
That leaves only the strong arm to push your chair
back from the table before you get your hunger slaked.
Fortunately, we were addicted to neither cyclamates A
nor saccharin. It's also with shame that we must admit
our arms are not strong enough to push back from the
table. The only alternative left, the food fadists tell us,
is to get obese and risk dying from a heart attack. That ,
seems to be the lesser of the evils. Die of heart attack
rather than cancer induced by gook used to keep your
weight down.
Emily Roche told us Monday she was just fasting
two days a week to keep her weight down. She eats
nothing for two days and lightly the other days. Talk
about will power. That's just too much!
Emily won't die of cancer induced by cyclamates or
saccharin. They say her chances are also less that she
will die of heart trouble, what with her weight under
control. Now, she will probably bite her finger nails in
frustration and expectation wondering just what she will
die of.
Every time you solve a problem, you make a new one.

New York Mayor and presidential candidate John
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passing stringent hand gun laws which, he said, would
have prevented two of his New York policemen from gett-
ing killed last week.
President Nixon could well come back at the Mayor
and suggest they might not have died had Lindsay been
tending to his job back in New York (where there are
problems a-plenty to solve) rather than chasing about
the country .trying to become president., This advice
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Legal Adv.
Pursuant to Public Law 91-224
Section 21 (b), (1), Federal, Water
SQuality Improvement Act of 1970,
this agency has received an appli-
cation for certification that there
is reasonable assurance that the
following projects) will be execut-
ed in a manner which will not vio-
late applicable water quality stan-
dards of the State of Florida as
prescribed in Chapter 17-3, Florida
...Administrative Code.
Project No: NW 9-71-48
Applicant: Department of Trans-
Description: Dredge approxi-
mately 20 cu. yds. and construct
concrete boat ramp on south side
of Indian Peninsula adjacent to
Indian Pass, Gulf County.
All interested persons are here-
by informed that this agency is
considering the issuance of a cer-
tification to the applicant.
Interested persons are herepy
notified that objections may be
.filed within 10 days from date of
this publication. Objections ..must
be submitted in writing to the be-
Jidw address and must be supported
by evidence which would indicate
that the subject projects) would

have an adverse effect on water
quality standards on the above des-
cribed waters.
Details of the locations and plans
for the above projects) and other
relevant information may be ex-
amined at this office between 8:00
a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday.
W. E. LINNE, Acting Chief
Bureau of Permitting
State of Florida
Department of Air & Water
Pollution Control
Suite 300, 315 South
Calhoun Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32301

In Re: Estate of
You are hereby notified that a
written instrument purporting to
be. the Last Will and Testament
of said decedent has been admitted
to probate in this Court by Ancil-
lary Probate Processdings. The ori-
ginal Will was admitted for Pro-

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bate in General Court of Justice,
Superior Court Division, in the
County of Mecklenburg, State of
North Carolina'.
You are hereby commanded
within Six (6) calendar months
from the date of the first publica-
tion of this Notice to appear in
said Court and show cause, if any
you can, why the action of said
Court in admitting said will to pro-
bate should not stand unrevoked.
In Re: Estate of
Herein each of you are hereby
notified and required to present
any claims or demands which
either of you have or may have a-
gainst the Estate of Frank P.
Banks, deceased, late of Mecklen-
burg County, North Carolina to the
Honorable Sam P. Husband, County
Judge, of Gulf County, Florida, and
file the same in his Office at the
Courthouse in Port St. Joe, Gulf
County, Florida, within six months
from the date of the first public
cation hereof, said claim or de-
mands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid or
the same will be barred.
This the 20th day of January,

Ancillary Executor of the
Last Will and Testament of
First publication on January 27,
1972. 4t-1-27
In Re: Estate of
TO: All creditors and persons hav-
ing claims or demands against
said estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified to file in duplicate all
claims and demands which you
have against the estate of Bobby
Brake, deceased, in the office of
Sam p. Husband, County Judge, at
his office in the Courthouse at
Port St. Joe, Florida, within six
calendar months from January 27,
1972, which is the date of the first
publication of this Notice. Each
claim or demand must be in writ-
ing, must state the place of resi-
dence and post office address of
the claimant, must be sworn to
and must be filed as aforesaid, or
else same will become void.
JOHN B. MANN, JR., of Stanley,
Durrance, Woods and Wines, P.A.
Attorneys for Administratri-x
P. 0. Box 918 4t-1-27
Auburndale, Florida 33823
Notice of Fictitious Name
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
Joe Beach in Gulf County, Florida,
intend to register the name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Gulf County, Florida.

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the middle in league play this
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bowler for Player's with a 405 winning track by taking all four of a baby boy, Gregory Travis, born
series and 148 high game. Team 3 games from Sears. Mary Alice Ly- January 17 at Orange Memorial
was led by Jo Sealy with her 480 ons was high for the Kraft team Hospital. Gregory's paternal grand-
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PAGE l~U TAR, ST Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1972

SAwards Presented Cub Scouts and

Webelos at January Pack Meeting



Eng ge .

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse'IT. Wright
of St. Joe Beach announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Brenda Ann Redmon to Duard
Lee Wilson, son of Mr. .;and Mrs.
Gordon Wilson of Winchester,
Kentucky. i o
The bride-elect is a 1971 grad-
uate ot Port St. Joei'HighSchool.
The groom-elect is a 1970 grad-
uate of George ,Rogers Clark
High School in Winchester. He


attended Southeastern' Christian
College in Kentucky before join-
ing the Air Force. He is present-
ly stationed at Tyndall Air Force.
The wedding will be held Feb-
ruary 12 at 4:30 p.m. in the Bap-
tist Chapel on St. Joe Beach.
No wedding invitations are be-
ing sent, but all friends and rel-
atives of the couple are invited
to attend.

Eta Upsilon Chapter

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce L Parker, Meets with Mrs. Pitzi
of St. Joe Beach announce the
birth of a son, John Joseph on Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta
January 4. Sigma Phi met recently in the
Mr .and Mrs. Benjamin F. Causey home of Sybil Pitzl on Marvin Ave.,
of Wewahitchka, announce the ar- with Dot Williams, president, pre-
rival of Alice Rena -on January siding over the business meeting.
5. Ways and means projects were dis-
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lamar An- cussed by the members.
derson of St. Joe Beach announce Helen Armstrong was in charge
the birth of a son, Christopher La- of the program and gave an inter-
mar on January 8. testing talk on "Travel". She men-
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley D. Win- tioned several\ scenic sights that
field, 254 Avenue F, announce the she had enjoyed through traveling.

birth of Bridgett Lenohr on Jan-
uary 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis S. Barnes,
Jr.i. 225A Avenue B are the parents
of :a son. Tony Joseph, born Jan-
uary '13.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Burrel Hanna,
Jr., of Beacon Hill announce the
birth of a boy, Joshua Burrel on
January 15.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy,Charles Quinn
announce the birth of a son, Terry
Duane on January 15.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Richards
of Overstreet, are the parents of
a baby boy, Jeffrey Alan, born Jan-
uary 18.
Mr. and Mrs. James Raymond
Harper of White City announce the
birth of Michael Raymond on Jan-
uary 19.
Mr. and Mrs. James L. McWhin-
nie of East Point announce the
birth of a girl, Patricia Darlene
on January 19.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy 0. Gortman
of Wewahitchka announce the ar-
rival of a daughter, Christa Marie
on lJanuary 21.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Monette
are the parents of a son, Kenneth
Meredith, born January 21.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Louis Wil-
son, Jr., 243 Avenue A, announce

Other members shared interesting
travel experiences with the group.
After the closing ritual, a social
hour was enjoyed with the hostess
serving refreshments to the mem-
bers present.

Mrs. Copenhaver Will
Host Garden Club

The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will meet in the home of Mrs. L.
L. Copenhaver, 1904 Monument
Ave., on Thursday, February 10 at
3:00 p.m.
The guest speaker for the meet-
ing will be Mrs. Ralph Carter of
Chipley who will speak on "Modern
Design In Flower Arrangement".

the birth of a son, Aaron Louis on
January 23.
Mr.' and Mrs. Christopher D. Lin-
ton of Clarksville, announce the
birth of a baby girl, Sylvia Marie
on January 23.
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Davis,
Jr., of Dalkeith, announce the birth
of a girl, Lisa Jane on January 27.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)

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Cub Scout Pack No. 47 held their
January Pack meeting in the High
School. 'Commons area with the
:theme for the month on "Feats of

Davis and Marvin Huie.
Recognized and presented Den
Chief cords were Leslie Gainous,
Den Chief for Den 6 and Raymond
Davis, Den Chief for Webelo Den

The opening ceremony was given
by Den Mothers Sonia Taylor .and Cubmaster Davis announced the
Cubs of Den 4. Cubs blue and gold banquet would
. Cubmaster R. D. Davis present- be held February 24.
ed Bobcat pins to James Hanmfltbn The skit was given by Cubs of
and Freddie Woullard of .Den 8. Den 6: Randy Atchison, Brian Bur-
Mark Powell of Den 1 was present- kett, Charles Butler, Michael Hin-
ed one gold and three Silver Ar- son, Bill Allen, Mitch Rich and
rows. Webelo Cubs earning awards Timothy Monitgomery. Their pre-
were Bob Jones .and Homer Davis, sentation on Feats of Skill was an
the athlete pin. Aquanaut awards outstanding example of their ath-
were earnedby Brad Brown and letic abilities. Den Mother Annette
Trip Barrier. Hinson was assisted by Mrs. Bur-
GCubmaster Davis presented We- kett and Deni Chief Leslie Gainous.
bel,colors to' Bob Jones, lHohier Coach Wayne Taylor was the

guest speaker. He, in turn, intro- The closing ceremony was pre-
duced some of his Shark players; sented by Den 2 Cubs assisted by
Steve Atchison, Ken Whittle and Den Mother Linda Huie. Refresh-
Rodney Nobles. Coach Taylor and ments followed.
each of his players gave an in-
spiring speech on the advantages February 8 is the 62nd anniver-
of sports. They stressed "do your sary of the Scouts.' February 6 is
best" which is the Cubs motto. [ Scout Sunday.


Gulf Gets Recognition for Introducing

New Weapon In Detection of Cancer

Gulf County has introduced a Bobo, Executive Director of the a
newservice into the program of ACS in Panama City told the Ro- a
the American Cancer Society, Roy tary Club last Thursday. (
Bobo said Gulf County had start-
ed something with its offering of
Mrs. MCDermott free Pap tests to women. He re-
ported that 218 women took advan-
Will Teach Class tage of the program, "some of
whom had never had a Pap test
Gulf Coast Community College before". TBobo said the program
Gulf Coast Community College is now being adopted in other areas
will sponsor a community service as a worthwhile program in the
short course on interior decorating ACS plan of preventing dancer.
for the homeowner, beginning at The Rotarians were also shown
9:00 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 15, 1972, a film, "The Embattled Cell",
in Room 217 of the Technology which showed action photographs
Building, it was announced this of a human lung cell in every con-
week. edition. The film was made from
lung cells taken fronfa1'cancer pa-
The course will meet from 9:00 tn c tkep aie ance
a.m, to 11:00 a.m. for six conse- special cultures for photograph-
cutive Tuesdays, according io Herb in special cultures for photograph-
Good,- dean of continuing educa- Ing through an electronic micro-
tion. Course instructor will be Mrs. scope. The film showed the work
tion. Course instructor will be Mrs.a nd activities of various cells in
Jeanne McDermott, interior de- and activities of various cells
corator and past president of the thelungs d estructive work.
Gulf Art Association in Port St. do their destructive work.
Joe.. Bobo said that over half of the
male cancer deaths are from lung
Topics to be covered are drapes cancer, and the ACS is conducting
and fabrics, carpets, lamps, color, extensive research to try and fight
harmony, periods and furniture, this killer.
Interested persons are urged to' Guests '6 the club were Dr.
contact Good at Gulf Coast for Richard Morley of, Panama City
further information., and R. W. Gordon of Jacksonville.


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Sportsmen Will Have Opportunity

To "Sound Off" In Area Meetings

Florida sportsmen will have an tor, 'Dr. 0. E. Frye, the meetings
opportunity to sound off about are for the purpose of allowing
their hunting, and fishing during sportsmen an opportunity to ex-
Sseries of public meetings to be press their thoughts and opinions
held by the Game and Fresh Water on matters relating to hunting,
Fish Commission during February fishing,. and other wildlife man.
and March.' agement- and conservation topics
According to Commission Direc- in Florida. They also provide the
Conminssion with an opportunity to
CARD OF THANKS present a conservation progress re-
Iwish to thank my many friends. port and discuss rules and regula-
n Port St. Joe for their many cards tions with sportsmen.
nd, other acts of kindness shown, The meeting for this area wi.
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C. B. Cook. Your thoughtfulness be held in Panama City on March
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House Workers

Covered by S S

Household workers have been
covered by the Social Security Act '
since 1951, according to David Ro-
binson, Social Security Field Re-
presentative for Gulf County. A
domestic worker's cash wages for
work in a private household are
covered by the law if they amount
to $50 or more from one employer
in a three-month quarter.
. Many situations have arisen
where domestic employees have not
been reported and the most com-
mon reason given by non-reporting
employers has been that their do-
mestic employees had requested
that the social security tax not be
withheld from their pay. If the
reporting.requirements are met for
domestic employees, reporting on
a quarterly basis is mandatory.
If you employ a household work-
er who will come under the law
and you are not receiving the
forms necessary to make the
quarterly reports,, contact your
local social security representative
for information on how to get the.
forms and make the reports.
The social security office for
this area is located, at 1136 Har-
rison Ave., Panama City. Toll free
phone service is available by dial-
ing the operator and asking for
WX-4444. ,

' TIr STAR. Port St. Joe. FPlork THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1972 PAGE FIV

Taylor Offers
Thanks for 'Do
May I express my since
preciation to the Law E
ment Association, the Q
back Club and everyone
came and helped to make
Taylor Day such a nice o
for me, my family and the
ing staff. The plaques w
season's record are beauti
will always be a source o
pride, and the money gif
very warmly received.
The gas grill is a most
iated gift and I am sure t
family and I will enjoy u
Thank you for wanting
this for us. I am also very
of the tapes of the Champ
game presented by WJOE
The opportunity to wo;
the group of young me
'made up our football squ
year was a high privilege
,very proud of them and
'cord that they have mad
I have again been made
of the tremendous supply
this community gives to o
ball program. Thank y
this ,support .which conti
so'greatly to the success
season. -
Very 'sincerely,

Two Local Studei
honored at Aubu
Two members of the 197
atiig class of Port St. J
School have been invited
come members of the
Scholastic Honor Society
burn' University, Auburn, A
The students are Lawrenc
haver and Eddie Hollan
students have maintained
astic averages above the r
2.5 requirement for initial
Phi Eta Sigma.

ere ap-

Series of Articles Planned Setting

Out Subjects Offered by Hi School

4uarter- During the next few weeks a iand students give special consid- offered in grades 9-12 and a pre- -
ie who series of articles will appear in eration to the purposes of the registration form to be completed :
Wayne this paper giving information and Icourses undertaken by the pupil, and returned to the Guidance i
occasionn descriptions of courses offered to Courses chosen should, as nearly Counselors. Individual pupil as-
coach- pupils in grades nine through 12 as possible, match the purposes of signment to courses is based pri-
ith the at Port. St. Joe High School. It is the pupil and his parents. Pro- marily upon choices indicated on
ful and hoped that this information will fessional guidance is available these forms. It is also from these
f great be of value to parents in helping through the school counselors to forms that information is obtained
ts were their youngsters plan a program help where choices are unsure, or for the employment and assign-
suited to their needs and to gain unsuited to the particular abilities meant of teachers and for the con-
apprec- the greatest possible benefit from of the student. struction of a master schedule for
that my the education that is available to Later this spring students at the school.
sing it. them. Port St. Joe High School will re- In fact, except for state and dis-
to do It is a part of the philosophy of ceive .a pre-registration guide, trict basic requirements, it is the
y proud Port St. Joe High School to offer, which lists and describes courses pupils and their parents who de-
ionship within the limits of available re- cide the curriculum of the school
Radio, sources, a program designed to from a list of available choices.
rk with meet the educational needs and T r m The efficiency of the school is
en that requirements of each pupil. To- T rift Shop names therefore adversely affected when
Lad this ward this end the curriculum is r any number of students alter their
e. I am organized both into subject matter Markp plans after pre-registration has oc-
the re- areas, the traditional recognized curred. Part of the pupose of these
te. I method, and into purpose areas, articles is to urge wise and careful
e aware which may be somewhat less fa- The marking committee for the artices is that other e and care fewer
ort that miliar to parents. month of February is as follows: cho ies so that there are fewer.
ur-foot. tW paren I rs. James Costin, Mrs. Dick Lam-' pre-school and midyear changes.
'ou for Subject area offerings include person and Mrs. Dave May. As parents an other patrons -
tributed language arts soal studies, math- These ladies will be at the Thrift examine the proposed curriculum
ematics, science,,,health.and phy-shu
of this atic science, health and phy- hop on Thursdays at 9:00 a.m. to of the school constructive ideas
sical education,, music, fine arts, receive donations. If you "cannot and comments may ;occur. These
hope economics, business training, bring your' things in please call would be welcomed by the school,
driver education, foreign language, one of these ladies and they will and should be in written form ad-
reading, industrial arts, and five be glad to pick up your bundle. dressed to Port St. Joe High
terminal vocational programs. The Thrift Shop offers its thanks School.
nts The purpose orientation of cour- to those who donated during Jan- Please look for the first article
ses is not always readily apparent. uary: Mesdames Lee Treace, Red in this series next week. It will be
irn In general, purposes fall into the Parker, Robert King, James Loftin, concerned with the basics, those
four major categories of basic H. T. Brinson, Linda Wood, Fer- courses required of all students
1 radu- skills and knowledge; exploratory rell Allen, Jr., Tom,Smith, Phyllis for graduation from high school in
foe High courses, vocational training and Alstaetter, B. H. Munn, N. F. Alle- this state and district.
i to be- college preparatory couress. It is more, T. J. McDermott, Elsie Bow-
National extremely important that parents man, Milton Chafin, Wesley 1 e
at Au- Thompson, Evelyn Stansel, Charles
Alabama. Noble, Miss Minerva McLane, K.
e Copen- Rife W ill M. Shaver, J. H. Gliem, and the
id. Both 'Rfl First United Methodidt' Church.
tion into We wish thank the many people
The Gulf Rifle Club will hold of Port St. Joe who were so kind

i-m r tal Sigma is a National their monthly meeting at 7:30 p.m. and considerate at the death of
Scholastic Fraternity whose, pur- on February 8 at the St. James our loved one, Frank M. Rowan,
pose is to recognize and promote Episcopal Parish House. last week.
high scholarship among freshman A color film, "Bay At the Moon" Your expressions of kindness,
men. will be shown at the conclusion of the food and the many flowers
Lawrence is the son of Mr,-'and, the meeting. The movie is produc- were all very much appreciated
Mrs. Lawrence Copenhaver of 1904 ed by Remington Arms and is about and helped/ us to meet this crisis
Monument Avenue, Port St. Joe. cougar, 'coon and rabbit hunting in our lives knowing our friends
Eddie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. with hounds. were concerned.
George E. Holland of Mexico Everyone is invited. to come see The family of
Beach. I this interesting film. FRANK M. ROWAN

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R.A.M. Inst(

WALTER GRAHAM, right, is handed the ga-
vel of office as High Priest of Royal Arch 14asons
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56 Monday night. The
gavel was presented by Joe LeSeur, of Chapter
39, Panama City, installing officer for the 'cere-
Following a chicken pileau supper, Graham
and other officers installed included: Willie Grif-
fin, King; Emory Bailey, Scribe; Dave Jones, Trea-

/I/s Officers

surer; H. T. West, Secretary; James Herring, Chap-
lain; Bill McFarland, Captain of Host; J. L. Sims,
Principal Sojourher; James Wood, Royal Arch
Captain; Harvey Kemp, 'Master 3rd Veil; Paul
Blount, Master 2nd Veil and Cubie Laird, Master
1st Veil.
Royal Arch Chapter 56 "includes Shriners in
Carrabelle, Wewahitchka, 'Apalachicola and Port
St. Joe. --Star photo



'HE STAR, PNrt St. Joe, Flord THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1972

any county may deputize' the sheriff or a SECTION 17. State attorneys.-In each they are eligible under subsection (d) (8) 'br '|'
deputy sheriff for such purpose. judicial circuit a state attorney shall be hereof, shall become additional judges of :
SECTION 5. Cireult Cont-.- elected for a term of four years. He shall be the circuit court for each of the counties of ----'
(a) ORGANIZATION.-There shall be a the prosecuting officer to all -trial courts in their respective circuits, and shall serve as W -
aircuit court serving each judicial circuit, that circuit and shall perform other duties such'circuit judges for the remainder of the
(b) JURISDICTION.-The circuit courts prescribed by general law; provided, how- terms to which they were elected and shall *ii
shall have original jurisdiction not vested in ever, when authorized by general law, the be eligible for election as circuit judges
the county courts, and jurisdiction of violations of all municipal ordinances may thereafter. These courts are: civil court of
ed in the county courts, and jurisdiction of be prosecuted by municipal prosecutors. A record of Dade county, all criminal courts
appeals when provided by general law. They state attorney shall be elector of the state of record, the felony courts of record of
shall have the power to issue writs of man- and reside in the territorial jurisdiction of Alachua, Leon and Yolusia counties, the
damus, quo warrant, certiorari. prohibition the circuit He shall be and have been a courts of record of Broward, Brevard, Es-
and habeas corpus, and all writs necessary member of the bar of Florida for the pre- cambia, Hillsborough, Lee, Manatee and
or proper to the complete exercise of thies ceding five years. He shall devote full time Sarasota counties the civil and criminal
jurisdiction. to his duties, and he shall not engage in the court of record of Pinellas county, and
Jurisdiction of the circuit court shall be private practice of law. State attorneys shall county judge's courts and separate juvenile
uniform throughout the state. They shall appoint such assistant state attorneys as courts in counties having a population in


/ excess of 100,000 according to the 1970 compensation not less than that received Sta
S- may be authorized by law. federal census. On the effective date of this immediately before the effective date of
Pio o s C onst2-tu nadl Ain iUda llents I SECTION 18. Public defenders.-In each article, there shall be an additional number this article. to
Io IAOSAfl ConstitUT iona lll'UAI OIdin S judicial circuit a public defender shall be of positions of circuit judges equal to the te) Limited operation of some provi- sta
elected for a term of four years. He shall number of existing circuit judges and the sions.- sha
perform duties prescribed by general law. number of judges of the above named (1) All justices of the supreme court, for
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL have the power of direct review or adminis- A public defender shall be an elector of the courts whose term expires in 1973. Elec- judges of the district courts of appeal and pri
PRO AMENDMENTS trative action prescribed by general law. state and reside in the territorial jurisdic- tions to such offices shall take place at jud thges in office upon the effective sai
to be Voted on SECTION 6. County Courts.- tion of the circuit. He shall be and have been the same time and manner as elections to circu thidges in office upon the effective sai-
March 14, 1972 (a) ORGANIEATION.-There shall be a a member of the bar of Florida for the pre- other state judicial offices in 1972 and fices for the remainder of their respective S
NOTICE OF LECTON county court in each county There shall be cedinsug five year stan. Public defenders shallap- theterms of suchofficesshanll be for an terms. All members of the judicial qualifies-
WHEREAS, the Legislature, under the one or more judges for each county curt point such assistant public defenders as may term of six yea s c e ur tion commission in office upon the effective ho
Constitution of the State of Florida, passed as prescribed by general law. be authorized by law. to section nine of this article, the number date of this article shall retain their offices ema
Seate Joint solution No. 52-D and HouW (b) JURISDIION.-Ine county courts SECTION 19. Judicial officers as conser- of circuit judges psuresently exist and for the remainder of their respective terms as
Joint Resolution No. 48-D, proposing shall exercise the jurisdiction prescribed by vators of the peace.-All judicial officers created by thi sub-section shall not be Each state attorney in office on the effee- ads
amendments to the constitution of theState general law. Such jurisdiction shall be uni- in this state shall be conservators of the ch anged. tie date of this article shall retain his ins
f Florida, and theydiddetermine and d form throughout the state. peace. (8) In all counties having a population office for the remainder of his term. leg
rect that the said oint Resolutions be sub- SECTION 7. Specialized Divisions.-All SECTION 20. Schedule.- of less than 100,000 according to the 1970
emitted to the electo of the State oat courts except the supreme court may sit in (a) This article shall replace all of federal census and having more than one (2inediately after judgthis article beholding office orec
Florida, at the Special Election to be held divisions as may be established by gene Article V of the Costitution of 1885 county judge on the date other aao n me diately after this artl office beon July 1, rco
NORarh 14-, 1972. law. A nrcurit or touiy aourn may hin amended, which shall then stand repealed. th article, there shall be the same um- 1957, shall be subject to retirement from iss
NOW, T reR I IOAD (DIK) civil and criminal trials and heari ngsiin (b) Except to the extent inconsistent er of judges of the county court as th erte j judicial office because of age pursuant to sec
STONE, Secretary of State of the State of any place within the territorial Jura si.t with the provisions of this article, all pro- are county judges existing on t section 8 of this artile, pril
Florida, do hereby give notice that a Special of the court as designated by the chief jud visions of law and rules of court in force sS c pursa to section 9 of section ofthis article. l
Election will be held in each County in of the circuit o roon the effective date of this article shall, this article. (f) Until otherwise provided by law, cip
Florida, on March 14, 1972 for the ratif-. SECTION 8. Eligibility.-- No person continue in effect until superseded in the (4) Municipal courts shall continue with the nonjudicial duties required of county ro:
cation or rejection of the Joint Resolutions shall be elgble r office of sector manner authorized by the -constitution. their same -jurisdiction until amended or judges shall be performed by the judge a
propoing amendments to the Constitution judge of any court unless he Isan etor (c) After this article becomes effective, terminated in a manner prescribed by spe- of the county court.
of the State of orida : jurisdictiono n the state and residest.Nojustie orjudge and until changed by general law consist- cial or general law or ordinances, or until (g) All provisions of Article V of the
NO. jurisdiction of his court. No justice or judge nt with sections 1 through 19 of this ar- January 3, 1977, whichever occurs first Constitution of 1885, as amended, not
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. a -D shall serve after attaining the age of sev- tile: On that date all municipal courts not pre- embraced herein which are not inconsistent
A point resolution Sroosing a viaon of enty years except upon temporary assign- (1) The supreme court shall have tre viously abolished shall cease to exist. Judges with this revision shall become statutes
Article V o the teConstitlon re--ment or to complete a term, one-half of jurisdiction immediately theretofore exer- of municipal courts shall remain in office subject to modification or repeal as are

laintothe ilbranch of the gov which he has served. No person Is eligible cised by it, and it shall determine all pro- and be subject to reappointment or reelec- other statutes.
ermIent R b Lfor tho e office of justiceut of the supreme ceedings pending before it on the effective tion in the manner prescribed by law until (h) The requirements of section 14
e It Resolved by the Leisleature of the'court or judge of a circuit court of appeal date of this article. said courts are terminated pursuant to the relative to all county court judges, or any
State of Florida n "p-- e unless he is, and has been for the preceding -( tl e appellate districts shall be provisions of this subsection. Upon munici- judge of a municipal court, who continues
That the following pCooosed revision of ten year#, a member of the bar of Florid those In existence on the sate of adoption pal courts being terminated or abolished i to hold office pursuant to subsection (d)
Article V ofo and shall be submitted to theState onstutin is agreed No person is eligible forthe office ore of this article. There shall be a district -accordance with the provisions of this sub- (4) hereof being compensated by state sal-
Florida for and hallpproval or rejection at the preceding five years he i, and has memberoen of the bar court of appeal in each district. The district section, the judges thereof who are nt aries shall not apply prior to January 3,
geneFlorida or approval or rejection at the Preeding five years, member of the bay courts of appeal shall have the jurisdiction members of the bar of Florida, shall be 1977, unless otherwise provided by general
general 'elet to be held in November of lorida Ulea otherwise judge P mustded by immediately theretofore exercised by the eligible to seek election as judges of county law.
1972, or, 11 authorized by three-fourths of general law, a county cot ri district courts of appeal and shall deter- courts of their respective counties. Deletion of obsolete schedule items.
eamembe, aI p 1 seal e he a SECTION -Determination of number of mise all proceedings pending before them (5) Judges, holding elective office ih -The legislature shall have power, by con-
Malrch 14,lt 1 a ee t t ojudges-Th e supreme court shall establish on the effective date of this article all other courts abolished by this article, niu rent re ouution. to delete from this ar-
bMarth 14a, n1972. Judges-The supreme court eria thel.. B d (3) Circuit courts sshall have jurisdiction whose terms do not expire in 1973 inc;udi tile any sub-section of this section 20
(Substantial rewording of Article. See by rule uniform criteria forlthe detencea of appeals from county courts and munilci- ing judges, established pursuant to Article including this subsection, when all events
Art icle State Constitution, or pre- ton of the ne ed for.additio l judges for pal courts, except those appeals which may VIII, sections 9 and 11 of the Constitution to which the subsection to be deleted is or
sent text.) supreme court Justices, e necegs ty for be taken directly to the supreme court; and of 1886 shall serve as judges of the county could become applicable have occurred. A
ARTICLE V decreasing the number ol udgesn andllate they shall have exclusive original jurisdiction court for the remainder of the term to legislative determination of fact made as a
JUDICIARY icsa d ica ohcls Itre supreme in all actions at law not cognizable by' the which they were elected. Unless created basis for application of this sub-section
SECTION 1. Courts.-The judicial power districts and judicial circuits.fthe supreme county courts; of proceedings relating to pursuant to section 9, of this Article V shall be subject to judicial review.
shall be vested in a supreme court, district ourt-finds that a needbexisof judgecreasis the settlement of the estate of decedents such judicial office shall not continue to (j) Effective date.-Unless otherwise

court districts and judicial circuits follow- rec t such ertificat, the legi clding all cases relating to juveniles; of eral law create additional offices ofjud NO. 2
s Nodnthercou may eestablished ,ec eaingoreredefa ofiall misdneemeanorsar tetterm of w shal begin ons the HOUSE JOiN RiESOLUTION NO. 4b-D
%y lawcor adlin stotivmem sl insrestabodished a all at a'tthe next regular session, shall o a1u1 feloniea detriatmionoemianoet afng the terms of which shall begin on the HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO 46-Dd
ay radi -iie l or ionies mtat-tsidrthe fininegs and recommendations out the same circumstances as a felony effective date of this article. Elections to A Joint Resolutlon
nay be granted quasi-judicial power in mat cons ect therecommendations or by which is also charged; in all cases involving such offices shall take place at the same Amn .ding Article Vfl of the Constitu.
connected with the functions of their plemet the recommendations in legality of any tax assesmen or toll; time nd manner as elections to other state tionof te tate of Florida by adding a
and prcedure.- may create more judicial offices than are involving the tit,es or boundaries or righton new Section 15 thereto; permitting the
and Nure. Administration; pc crea mori n aloe (7) County judges of existing county issuance,t when authnorizedby law, o re-ve
(a The supreme court sha adopt recommended by the supreme courtor may f possession e inunal property. n There shc judge's courts and justices of the peace nue bonds to establish a fund to make loans
fothe practiceand proceduren all courts decrease the number of judicial offices by u ia uits wich shall be the judicial and magistrates' court who are notmem- to students admitted to attend public or
udimr -the time for seeking amellate a greater number than recommended by the cn exist ence on the date of ado- hes of bar of Florida shall be eligible to private institutions of higher learning,
eviewth e om iissraatvet uieri f aS ourt on upon .a .ding of totrs o unn ofu curtiie The chief judge orf a seek section as county court jdges of their I junior colleges, or health related training
orei ewlt e a nsten serisn of l court only upon a finding of two-i d of ci ts inetcne o the te o opse 0Te neson st ions or cti ran ns
courts the trane to th ourt having t membership o both houses other egie cuit may autore a county court judge respective counties. institutions or vocational training centers
jurisdiction of any proceeding when the lature that such amber need es shall e effective to order emergescy hospitalizations pursuant (8) No judge of a court abolished by providing that such revenue bonds shall be
jurisdiction of another cou rt has been th o o aner tea derast o ar e.I the to Chapter 71-181, Laws of Florida, in the this article shall become or be eligible secured, by a pledge of and shall be payable
providently invoked, and a requirement thst only after the fxltion om a fnerds aIs rmo-e absence from the county of the circuit judge to become a judge of the circuit court un- primarily from payments of interest, pinrm-
roper cause shall be diis se n oes ed above whe n need ex t e legislature and the county court judge shall have the 'less he has been a member of bar f Florida cipal, and handling charges o such fund
improper repealedy has been sought These rules ded above oncwhen t resolution request th e power to issue all temporary injunctions for the preceding five years. from the recipients of the loansand, if
may e repealed y general law enate court to certify its findings and recomen necessary or roper to the co lete exercise (9) The office of judges of all other authorized by law, may be additionally
by two-thirds vote of themembersh o o o o e court of such jurisdiction. I courts abolished by this article shall be secured by student fees hand by any other
(b) The chief justice of the le e to cerdatify itons a nd upon tgs for nine consecutive (4) county courts shall have original abolished as of the effective date of this moneys in such fund; providing for the
courtt sThe chief jutie of the srit e months, the legislature may, uona finding jurisdiction in all criminal misdemeanor article establishment of a reserve account fro
court s e r H shall be chsenby a majority of two-thirds of the membership of bot cases not cognizable by the circuit courts, I (10) The offices of county solicitor and the proceeds of the revenue bonds suffi-
members of the court. He shall be the chief of w-thirds laue 'anereeis of all violations of municipal and county prosecuting attorney shall stand abolished, cient to pay the debt service requirements
admnstrative officer of the judicial sys- houincrease or decrease the. number of judges ordinances, and of all actions at law il and all county solicitors and prosecuting in any ensuing state fiscal year; and, pro-
ticesr. H e shall hav e the power to assigning re- or increase decrease or redefine ap which the matter in controversy does not attorneys holding such offices upon the viding that moneys In such fund not needed
Jreustices or judges, in to tempconsni or icts and judicial circuits. ne ll exceed the sum of two thousand five hun- effective date of this article shall become for debt service or maintenance of the
tired justices or judges, o tempor ue quali- SECTION 10. Election and Terms- dred dollars ($2,500 00) exclusive of in. and serve as assistant state attorneys for reserve account may be used for other relat-
it any court for which the judge is ual- ELCTION.-At justices and judges terest and costs, except those within the the circuits in which their counties are sit- ed purposes as provided by aw.
ied and to delegate to a chief jdge of a exclusive jurisdiction of the circuit courts, uate for the remainder of their terms, with I Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the
ju dicial circuit the shall be elected by vote of the qualifielee cti o e i .
S h power to assign judges ectors within the territorial jurisdiction of Judges of county courts shall be committing. -
n(c) A chi ef judge for each district their respective courts. magistrates. The county courts shall have
curt) A chppief judghalle for e ach district a ) T MS.-The terms of all justices jurisdiction now exercised by the county
court of appudges thereof orsen by af there is of the supreme court, judges of district Judge's courts other than that vestedin
o majority, bye the chief J r, if there courts of appeal and circut udes shall the circuit court by subsection (c) (3) 5 0
judge majority, by the responsible for the adminise be for six appears. The terms of judges of hereof, the jurisdiction now exercised by -
judge shall o _e repnsible for the adm is.. .... ...... ors the county' courts, the claims court, the /
trative supervision of the court. county courts shall be for four years. small claims court, the small claims magi
be chosen from among the (a) The governor shall fill each vacan- rates courts, magistrates courts, justice of
....circuit judges < -- n t r a the peace courts, municipal courts and courts
as provided by supreme court role. The cy n ofal office b y ^ -"-%tf rteOf chartered counties, including but not Wli9I B
chief judge shall be responsible for the term ending on the first Tuesday after th ted to the counties referred to ing Ar-
asprovd bym supreme cot rue.h e cy n ju diial office e s longot thee peac cts municipa curtsfad tou rt
administrative supervision of the circuit fist Monday i n January of the year follow- ti e VI, sections 9, 10, 11 and 24 of
courts and county courts in his circuit. "ing the next primary a nd general elections nm the Constitu section of 1880, 11 and
SECTION 8. Supreme Court.- one of not fewer than three pers ..ons n t C i utio of 18. r rhn s. n oN
(a) ORGANIZATION. The supreme nated by theappropriate judicial nominat- (5) Each judicial nominating commis-
lcourt shall oNsgisAT of see justice Fe aof e An election sh-all be held sion shall be composed of the following: -sArwr
cre c of fusteics sohf been d au tsc. ariv erAanAe n
ourtices shall consistte of seven justices. Fie on ofi udial office for the term fi a. Three members appointed by the W !
justices shall oustitute a quorum. Thece conbeginning at the end of the ap- 'Board of Governors of The Florida Bar from -
to a decision. Whenou re justices shal bfor cause would pointed term. The nominations shall e 'among The Florida Bar members who are
prohibit the court from on uss cause would e owiti tsoherty ays fi m the occur- actively engaged in the practice of law with
prohibit the court from his sectveoing because of a vacancy unless the period s offices within the territorial jurisdiction of
of t em duty may substi extended for a by the governor fnot the affected court, district or circuit, and u a
toted for tes, d to exceed thirty days. The governor must I b; Three electors who reside in the
(b)o RS D o The supreme make the appointment with in sixty das territorial jurisdiction of, the court or cr-n B DDING SPECIAL
cort after the nominations have been certify d cut appointed bv y the governor;
(c) O Shall hear appeals from fAL-J-h u Atoe h rec. Three electors who reside in the Tshe "EMBASSY" Line
meats of trial courts imposing the death (b) There shall be a separate judicial territorial jurisdiction of the court of eir- l
penalty and from orders of trial courts and nominating commission as provided by gen- cult and who are not members of the bar
decisions. of district courts of appeal' erala lw for the supreme court, each dis-eof Florida, selected and appointed by a 'O n l
ally and directly passing on e valid trict court of appeal, and each judicial ir- majority ote f the other six members f Both or On
of state statute or a federal statute or cuit for all trial courts within the circuit, the co mission.
stes d erall constit t i. e the h dretirement- o -he r of a judicial nominating commission s s a n d
(2) When provided by geerallaw s (a)' .There shall be a judicial qualifiea- A member of a judicial nominatingcommis-
hear appeals from final Judgments andr tio ns commission composed of: sion may hold public office other than judi-
der of trial courts imposing life ison a (1) Two judges of district courts of cial office. No member shall be eigible for S
meant' or final judg tscentred in riro appeal selected by the judges of those appointment to state judicial office so long
Sceedngs for the validation of bonds or th- courts, two circuit judges selected by the als he is a member of a judicial hominating
tificates of indebtedness, judges of the circuit courts and two judges commission -and for a period of two years

siomen r of a d district court of appeals at acut those courts- commsso shl bert md wt a c
fects aclass of constitutional or state of c () To electors who reside the renceofr a majority of its members.
cers, that dpassest up on c sate, who are members of the sbar of Flor- (7) The couembers of a judicial ominat-
by a districtacourtoof appeal to be of great ida, andnwhorshall be chosen b-y the -o- orMatres 'Reg. $79.50 -- Box Springs, 'Reg. $79.50

(7)m Soallr hav teu power, ohea dwhsreh arllb ad oesoevan by the goav-oinn g mmnsy ito sh a eveoun fo a mufcipality 'es-R
Public interest orethat-s in s directt erTing body of the bar of Florida; and four years except the terms of the initial
flict with a decision of any district court () Five electors who reside in the members of the judicial nominating com-
appeal or of the supreme court n the same state, who have never nheld judicial office o missions shall expire as follows:
question of law, and any er- l th h e been members of the bar of Florida, and a. The terms of one member of sate-
passing upon a matter, which roc inora who shall be appointed by the governor gory (a) (b) and (c) in subsection c)
judgment would be directly appeaable (b) TO members of .e Jficialr qualify i- () hereof shall expire on July 1, 1974;

(8) A as tre. court lyrappealable tor any u ad Upon c eal n be com ted o 9 .
the supreme court; and may issue writ a of nations commission shall serve taggeraed b. The terms of one member of cate-
ertiorari to commissions established terms, not to exceed six years, as prescribed gory (a) (b) and (c) in subsection c)
general Iaw having statewide j bycon. by general law. No member of the 0om- (5) hereof shall expire on July 1, 1975;
(4) May issue writs of prohibition tohe mission except a justice or judge shall b e c. The terms of one member of cate-
courts and commissions n causes o w t eligi ble for state judicial office so long as gory (a) (b) and (c) in subsecdtion c) s
the jurisdiction of the supreme court to he is a member of the commission and for (5) hereof shall expire on July 1, 1976;
review, and ll writs necessary to the com a period of two years thereafter. No mea- (8) All fines and forfeitures arising
plete exercise of its jurisdiction. aher of the commission shallhold office in from offenses tried in the county court shall
(5) May Issue writs of mandamus nda political party or participate in any cam- be collected, and accounted for by clerk
quo w arnt o to state of ficers a ps.ig or judicial office or hold public office; of the court, and deposited in a special
agencies provided that a judge may participate in trust account. All fines and forfeitures re-
ri(6) May, or any ustie may, issue writs his own campaign for judicial office and ceived from violations of ordinances or mis- Ow
of habeas corps returnable before the eni hold that office. The commission shall elect demeanors committed within a county or
premecourt o r any justice, a district court one of its members as its chairman, municipal ordinances committed within a
ofct t appeal any judge thereof, or any c h (c) The supreme court shall adopt rules municipality within the territorial jurisdic-
Scuit e or aj uet court any regulating proceedings of the commission, tion of the county court shall be paid
(7) Shall have the powerof direct re- the filling of vacancies by the appointing monthly to the county or municipality res-
view of administrative action p drescr b authorities and the temporary replacement pectively. If any costs are assessed and
general law. ribedby f disqualified or incapacitated members: collected in econuneetion with offenses tried bar 5 m t '"
ge (c) LERK AND MARSHo -Theo o After a recommendation of removal of any in county. court, all court costs shall be
eme court shall appoint a clerk and a justice or judge, the record of the proceed- paid into the general revenue fund of the
marshal who shall hold office during the ings before the commission shall be made state of Florida and such other funds as ...
pleasure of the court and perform such public. prescribed by general law.
duties as the court directs. Their compen- (d) Upon recommendation of two-thirds (9) Any municipality or county may
saton shall e fixed by general law. The of the members of the judicial qualifications apply to the chief judge of the circuit in beautiful, comfort
marshal shall have the power to execute commission, the supreme court may order which that municipality or county is sit-
the Process of the court' throughout the that the justice or judge be disciplined by uated for the county court to sit in a loca- dy Mi
state, and in any county may deputize the appropriate reprimand, or be removed from tion suitable to the municipality or county b th
Sheriff or a deputy sheriff for such purpose, office with termination of compensation and convenient in time and place to its "d co p t wi
SECTION 4. District Courts of Appeal for willful or persistent failure to perform his citizens and police officers and upon such
(a) ORGANIZATION.-There shall be a duties or for other conduct unbecoming application said c chief judge shall direct the night use.
district court of appeal s erving each o member of the judiciary, or be involuntarily court to it in the location unless he shall d ,
pellate district. Each district court of appeal retired for any permanent disability that ser- determine the request is not justified. If the
shall consist of at..least three judges Three iously interferes with the performance of chief judge does not authorize the county
judges shall consider each case. and the his duties. After the filing of a formal pro- court to sit in the location requested, the
concurrence of two shall he necessary to a ceeding and upon request of the commission, county or municipality may apply to the
decision, thee supreme court may suspend the justice supreme court for an order directing the
(1). District courts of appeal shall have sensation, pending final determination of municipality or county which so applies t e te;':n"
jurisdiction to hear appeals, that may be the inquiry, shall be required to provide the appropriate
Tments o markers of trialtcourtsfincludg thi she power sa bem ot alt co andfcourt maysol d a colite the county W estini

supreme court to their judicial duties. They shall not en- (11) A county court judge in any county i a SaV"

within the territorial jurisdiction of the SECTION 15 Attorneys; admission and ed or appointed to the supreme court and i

territorial jurisdiction of the court, and In if authorized by general or special law. their terms do not expire in 1973 and if I



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te of Florida: cured by student fees &nd by any other
That the following addition of Section 15 moneys in sebh fund. There ball be estab-
Article VII of the constitution of the lished from the proceeds of each lssue of
te of Florida is hereby agreed to and revenue bonds a reserve account in an
ll be submitted to the electors of Florida amount equal to and sufficient to pay the
approval or rejection at the presidential greatest amount of principal, interest, and
mary election to be held in March, 1972; handling charges to become due on such
d secion 15 to be effective immediately issue in any ensuing state fiscal year.
on ratification by the electors; (b) Interest moneys in the fund estab-
Section 15. listed pursuant to this section, not required
(a) When authorized by law, revenue, in any fiscal year for payment of debt ser-
ids may be issued to establish a fund to vice on then outstanding revenue bonds or
ke loans to students determined eligible for maintenance of the reserve account, may
prescribed by law and who have been be used for educational loans to students
emitted to attend any public or private determined to be eligible therefore in the
titutions of higher learning, junior col- manner provided by law, or for such other
es, health related training institutions, related purposes as may be provided by
vocational training centers, which are law.
ognized or accredited under terms and IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
editions prescribed by law. Revenue bonds hereunto set my hand and affixed the
ued pursuant to this section shall be Great Seal of the State of Florida, at
ured by a pledge of and shall be payable Tallahastee, the Capital, this the 14th
marily from payments of interest, prin- day of December, A.D., 1971.
al, and handling charges to such fund RICHARD (DICK) STONE
m the recipients of the loans and, if SECRETARY OF STATE
thorized by law, may be additionally se- (SEAL) 1-6-72 2-8-72

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-ve- '
TO: Jaries Shackleford
Address unknown
that an action to foreclose a mort-
, gage on the following described
property in Gulf County, Florida:
Lot 15, Block 1017, Unit No. 2
Millview Addition to the City of
Port St. Joe, Florida according
'to an official plat thereof on file
in the office of the Clerk of Cir-
cuit Court, Gulf County, Florida
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, Plain-
I tiff's attorney, whose address is
321 Reid Avenue,. Port St. Joe,
Florida, on or before February 11,
1972, and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court either be-
fore service on Plaintiff's attorney
or immediately thereafter; other-
wise a Default will be entered
against you for the relief demand-
ed in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on this the 6th day
of January, 1972.
Circuit Court Clerk



TO: Jackson P. Siples
325 East Morrell Street
Jackson, Michigan
that an action to replevy a certain
1971 _Icury Automobile ,serial
numbQplrZ56N54i904 located in
Gulf County, Florida, has been fil-
ed against you and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on ROBERT
M. MV RE, Plaintiff's attorney,
whose l4,ress is 321 Reid-Avdilue,
Port St. 'e, Florida, on or before
February.. t' 1972, afnd.file the
original with:he CleA of the said
Court either before service on
Plaintiff's attorneyorr fifniediateli
thereafter; otherwise a Default
.will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on January 6, 1972.
Circuit Court Clerk



In Re: Estate of
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to file any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Louise M. Porter, de-
ceased, late of Gulf County, Flor-
ida, in the office of the County
Judge of Gulf County', County
Courthouse in Port St. Joe, Gulf
County, Florida, within six months
from the date of the first publica-
tion of this notice.
Each claim or demand must be
in writing and must state the place
of residence and post office add-
ress of the claimant and must be
sworn to by the claimant, his a-
gent, or his attorney, or it will be
void according to law.
Each creditor shall deliver suf-
ficient copies of his claim to en-
able the County Judge to mail one
to the personal representative.
Dated January 21st, A.D. 1972.
Executor of the Last will
and Testament of

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12 To Re

TALLAHASSEE Secretary of
State Richard (Dick) Stone, by law
Florida's chief elections officer,
has urged all Floridians who are
eligible to vote but are still un-
registered to sign up soon before
books close on February 12th.
"Feburary 12 is closer upon us
than you think. The books then
won't reopen until after the March

S": STA Port St. .Jo. p1., 32451 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1972 PAGE SEVEN

Speed Still Number One Hiway Killer
is Have Until February TALLAHASSEE Speed con- havethe attitude that they can
*tinues.to bethe number one kil- drive safely at speeds greater than
leriin traffic accidents in the State the speed limit or drive at exces-
ister For Primary Voting : regardless of weather:
t h e F l o r i d a H i g h w a y P a t r o l s a i d I .si v e.sp e e d s e a r les s o f w
today. Ror road conditions are only fool
Colonel Reid Clifton, director ing themselves." rds, ex-
14th statewide primary and eligi- tion are going to shopping centers' Secretary Stone is visiting sever- of the Patrol said, "Drivers who According to Patrol recoimary
ble persons who are not registered and collage campuses and setting al counties to lend his personal en- cess n y-two percent of 1,453
won't be able to participate in this' up registration desks, "but the ci- couragement to citizens and super- and it's so important a step. I hope, cause in forty-t during the first
most important primary," Secre-' tizen must take the one step and visors of election in their voter everyone beats that February 12 fatal accidents during th1971.
tary Stone said. sign up," the Secretary said. registration drives, deadline, and we hope to see a re- nine ths amount of time saved
Secretary Stone said he hopes to "Voting is a most important duty He already has visited several cord turnout of voters in the March b "e driving is not worth the
see a record number of citizens and responsibility and we hope one' areas, including Jackson County,. of the nation by fast drive ing involved," said Clifton.
registering between now and Fe- day to see every citizen who is eli- Palm Beach and Broward counties. 14 prim ary. The eyes of the nation danger involve speed," that will allow
bruary 12. gible on the voting rolls," Secre- Many others are on his itinerary. ill be watching us, Secretary Drive at a semergency.
Many county supervisors of elec- tary Stone said. "It's so easy to register to vote, Stone said. outo stop for any rg




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md- STAR. Por St. Joe, FPl. 324L, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1972 PAGE NINE

Thousands Lost Due To Bridge Damag

The'Florida Department of Tran-
sportation Is' asking the help of
?Northwest Floridians in saving
'thousands. of tax dollars, now lost
by damages caused to bridges by
esljmq bnt tniln tq

$21,000 required in repairs., Also
damaged in the boat-bridge col-
lisions were the Pensacola Bay
Bridge, $10,000, and the Dupont
Bridge in Panama City, $1,100.

e ,. i Such damages cannot be caused
During the past month in DOT's by the minor bump of a small
districtt Three, spanning the 16 pleasure boat; however timber
Northwest Florida. counties, three bridge fender systems cannot with-
bridges have been struck by, boats stand the impact of tons of steel
whose pilots did not report the ac- tug or barge.
_cidents. Funds to repair bridges damaged
Damages from these three indi- in such accidents must be taken
dents totalled $32,100 with' the from DOT's hard-pressed main-
greatest damage to the Brooks tenance fund, required for regular
: Bridge in Fort Walton Beach with maintenance of all bridges and

highways in the state. State-wide
such damages cost the Department
and Florida taxpayers more than
Although most commercial
ships have maritime insurance,
rates are based upon claims made,
just as in automobile insurance
rates; so boat pilots are often re-
luctant to report accidents.
On bridges manned by tenders,
such accidents are seen and re-
ported by the bridge tender; how-
ever, on unmanned bridges with
no known witnesses, boat pilots
often violate a federal law requir-

e by Boats

ing report of such accidents to the
Coast Guard.
DOT's annual claims resulting
from reported accidents require
a fulltime maritime lawyer in the
Department's legal section.
Help from local residents is be-'
ing asked in reporting any infor-
mation on the January bridge ac-
cidents or in reporting future col-
lisions witnessed. Anyone having
such information is asked to write
or call District Three Maintenance
Engineer T. S. Spagenberg in Chip-
ley at P. 0. Box q07 or telephone

original Will was admitted for
Af]lt iV Probate in General Court of Jus-
Legal -A dv. "tice, Superior Court Division, in
S A the County of Mecklenburg, State
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S of North Carolina.
COURT IN AND FOR GULF You are hereby commanded
COUNTY, FLORIDA. within six (6) calendar months
IN RE: ESTATE of FRANK P. from the date of the first publica-
BANKS, DECEASED. tion of this Notice to appear in
NOTICE OF ANCILLARY said Court and show cause, if any
PROBATE PROCEEDINGS you can, why the action of said
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO Court in admitting said will to
ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN probate should not stand unrevok-
You are hereby notified that a COUNTY JUDGE 1-20
written instrument purporting to Gulf County, Florida
be the Last Will and Testament of *9
said decedent has been admitted NOTICE of FICTITIOUS NAME
to probate in this Court by Ancil- We the undersigned, being duly
lary Probate Proceedings. The sworn, do hereby declare under

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malities in the bidding process if
said irregularities and informali-
ties are not of a substantial nature.
No bid may be withdrawn for a
period of sixty (60) days.
A Bid Bond or Cashier or Certi-
fied Check in the amount of Twen-
ty Thousand Dollars ($20,000.00)
must accompany each bid.
C. W. BROCK 1-27
City Auditor and Clerk St

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oath that the names of all persons
interested in the business or pro-
fession carried on under the name
Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
and the extent of the interest of
each, is as follows:
Kenneth M. Shaver. Extent of
interest, 100%.
State of Florida
I County of Gulf
Sworn to and subscribed before
me this 18 day of January, 1972.
Notary Public, State of
Florida at large. My com-
mission expires November
4, 1972. 4t-1-20
BID NO. 125
Sealed bids will be received by
the City Commission of the City
of Port St. Joe, Florida, at the City
Clerk's office in the Municipal
Building until 4:30 P.M., EDT, Feb-
ruary 15, 1972, to be opened at
the regular City Commission meet-
ing at 8:00 P.M., EDT, for the fol-
lowing materials to be used in the
proposed Wastewater Treatment
Plant to be constructed by the
30" diameter and over ductile
iron pipeline materials including
fittings and all necessary joint ma-
Plans and specifications for all
materials are on file in the City
Clerk's office, City Hall, City of
Port St. Joe, Florida, and prospec-
tive bidders will be furnished with
said plans and specifications upon
No bid may be withdrawn for a
period of 60 days unless the City
awards a contract for the mater-
ials in question prior to said time.
required to procure, fabricate,
erect and install, ready for oper-
ation, a thirty-five million gallon
per day Secondary Wastewater
Treatment Plant.
This project may be financed in
part by a grant from the Environ-
mental Protection Agency and
shall be referred to as "Project
The contractor must comply
with the President's executive or-
der numbers 11246 and 11375
which prohibits discrimination in
employment for reasons of race,
creed, color, sex or national ori-
The contractor must certify that
they do not and will not maintain
or provide for their employees any
facilities that are segregated on a
basis of race, color, creed or na-
tional origin.
The contractor will be subject
to the Labor Standards and Wage
Decisions of the Davis-Bacon ActL
.The latest wage decisions and la-
bor standards are part of the pro-
jects specifications.
Plans and specifications for the
project are available at the office
of' the City's Engineers, 'Smnith-
: avis & Associates, Inc., Lakeland,
Florida, at a cost of 200.00 per
set. Checks should be made pay-
able to Smith-Davis & 'Associates.
Any qualified responsible con-
All prices will be F.O.B. desig-
nated job site, City of Port St.
Joe, Flordia.
A bid bond or cashier or certi-
fied check in the amount of 5%
of the bid must accompany each
The City reserves the right to
reject any and all bids, and re-
serves the right to waive any irreg-
ularities or informalities in the
bidding process, if said irregulari-
ties and informalities are not of
a substantial nature.
C. W. BROCK 1-27
City Auditor and Clerk 3t
BID NO, 124 "
Sealed bids Ali1 be received by
the City Commission of the City
of Port St. Joe, Florida, in the
City Clerk's office in the Munici-
pal Building until 4:00 P.M., EST,
February 15, 1972, to be opened at
the regular City Commission meet-
ing at 8:00 P.M., EST, for the fur-
nishing of all necessary labor,
tools, materials and equipment as
tractor, licensed in the State of
Florida, may bid on this job. The
contract will be awarded to the
lowest and best bidder as deter-
mined by the City Commission and
meeting all terms and conditions
of the specifications. The City re-
serves the right to reject any and
all bids, and reserves the right to
waive any irregularities or infor-

AGE EN igiSTAR r.s S. Jo, Fa~eThURDAY FERUAR 3,197



Home Grounds Specialist
University of Florida

Fisherman's Tale

The speckled trout have been biting all week here in Port St.'
Joe, and Roeald ,Leslie proves it with this big three foot fish caught
behind the oil docks ls ZTuesday. The fish weighed six and three-
quarters pounds, whicris pretty good size for a speckled trout in
these parts. .-Star photo



"St. Joe Motor Company took
'three .of four games from Team
INo. 2 on January. 15_':Mary Pol-,
lock's 153 .game and. Peggy Hea-
cock's 386 series helped out the
Motor Co, t on Pollock's 20), 181
and 505 series for high for the
Sinners. .Joe Davis ind Jerry Col-
vin tied for'top place with Team
2 at 582. .
.',:The Ward's, bow'ling-for 13,Mile
SysteW. Co., took four games from
> St. Joe Lanes. Martha's 482 series
,1 and Jonna's. 179 game'ere high
,iqr the adies. :Buddy had- high
game at 196 and Wayne topped the
series wi~th- 541 for 13' Mile. The
Lanes put Maxine Smith up with
a 15 game and 418 series and Ran-
Sdall McClain's 175, 168 .nd458 for
the guys. ':
MilWer's Gulf took three and left
one for utler's on alleys 7 and 8.
SDoug and Ezella were high for
: Miller's with 159 and 431 and 114
and 09 respectively. On butler's
team,- Rqn and C Ross led
the way with Ron having 164 and
440 and bonnie 167 and 371.

Three Men Found
Guilty of Illegal Act

T h r e e Wewahitchka men
found recently it dosen't pay to
hunt deer in Gulf County with a
gun and light at night.
Oscar Delinger Chance, Jr.,
age 24; Johnnie Armstrong, ,18;
and Elvin Van, Jr., age 28, all of
Wewahitchka, were fined $502
each, and an automobile, two
shotguns and two spot lights
were confiscated by officers.
Of the $1,506 fine, $450 was
earmarked for purchase, and re-
lease of three deer to replace the
animal taken illegally.
The stiff fine, forfeitures,
which included the deer also,.
and the deer replacement stipu-
lation were assessed by Gulf
County Judge Sam P. Husband of
Port St. Joe following pleas of
guilty by the three men.
Husband on January 3 assessed
$501 fines each on two other
Wewahitchka men found guilty.:
of a similar charge.
The three men were arrested
by R. W..Hilton, Wewahitchka,.
wildlife'officer of the Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commission.'
The kill was.made on the Willis.,
Landing Road- in the Howard
Creek section approximately 10
miles south of Wewahitchkaa.

Few. kinds of window-shoppin
are as fascinating or rewarding I
children as gazing into a glass ga
den, terrarium, or a terrarium fo
animals, called a vivarium. She
windows, after all, change on]
once every few weeks. But the li'
ing ,world inside 'a terrarium i
very dynamic, changing constant
ly. All the mysteries of growth ar
contained in a' small enclosed land
scape, complete with its own cli
mate. Plants can be watched
touched, smelled and studied. Th
terrarium garden which house
small animals is another dimension
of glass gardening 'with great ap
peal for young observers. Help
your junior horticulture enthusi
asts set-up and maintain one of thi
following glass gardens.
Perhaps the fastest and simples
glass garden is the sprout bowl
All you do is sprinkle seeds o
grasses, clover, peas or beans inti
a bowl spread with several inche
of moist sphagnum moss or peat
Fast action will follow. Cover the
bowl and keep it in a warm plac'
until the seeds sprout. Then move
into the light and let fresh air inti
the bowl frequently so that wate:
doesn't condense on the siaes. Have
the youngsters watch' the develop
ment of the plants and identify
the plant parts. Once the plants ge
too large, .pull them out. and dis
card. Any flower, vegetable and
fruit seeds, can be used but they
usually take longer than the rapid
.plants mentioned earlier.
. Another fascinating, project i
:called' o0t-gazing. 'Most,ll young
sters have watched leaves grow
but don't realize that the plan
roots develop just as rapidly. Take
a thin, tll bottle and fill it witi
potting soil, moisten and plan
several 'seeds on the surface
Watch the threadlike roots wande
down the sides of the bottle.: Ai
interestig seed to use here is al
acorn: from. an- oak tree. The ger
minating; aeron will split i hall

Planning Silver Tea
Women of St. James Episcopa
Church 're having a valentine sil
ver .tea ,and mini bazaar at the
home .of ?Mrs. L. L. Copenhaver
1904 Monument. Avenue.
The affair is being held Friday
February 11 between the hours of
3:30 and 5:30.

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Services Held for
Mrs. Corene Smith

Funeral services for Mrs. Co-
\rbne Smith, age 48, of Kenney's
Mill were conducted Sunday
from the Philadelphia Primitive
Baptist Church with the Rev.
George N. Wilson officiating.
Interment followed in the Forest
Hills Cemetery.
Mrs. Smith was a native of
Tallahassee but had been resid-
ing in Port St. Joe for the past
29 years. She was a member of
the Philadelphia Primitive Bap-
tist Church, where she served as
an active member nof the usher r

St. Joe Paper Company Largest

Planter of Pines In Southern States

St. Joe Paper Company is the said "200 pounds of fertilizer on
biggest planter of trees in the a plot of trees will make three,
South, SJPC forester Hugh White times the usable wood in a 20 yearly
told the Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club period".
Tuesday. As a matter of fact, St. White also stressed the need for
Joe Paper planted 3.5% of all developing mechanical methods of
pines planted in the South. last harvesting trees since "the tre
year, planting four times the num- harvesting labor force is disap;-
ber of trees used by their paper pearing". He showed a short film
mill here in Port St. Joe. showing some of the harvesting
machines already in use.
"Trees do things other than pro- machines already in use.
vide raw materials for paper and Guests of the club were Freida
lumber", White said, "they also Sutton, Kitty Core, Chris King, Jim
'manufr' turPn the ox vean we must'ct F ri-q n i Ci ro D ra is nh. B bb Me*,

g- one sprout will grow upward aso board and choir. have every day, but an old tree Kiernan, Lamar Hardy, Bill Lyles
r- to form the beginning of the root Survivors include her husband, may use more oxygen than it and Larry Davis.
r system. Try reversing the sprouts David Smith of Port St. Joe; two makes. Trees also reduce the tem- .-
)P and you'll be surprised to see the daughters, Mrs. Pearly Clayton perature, cuts down on noise and
ly trunk do an about-face and turn of Titusville and Cherry Smith eliminates odors". Quarterback Club
v- to grow upward. The roots will of Port St. Joe; one son, David White said St. Joe Paper and 'Schedules Meeting :"
si also reverse and again grow down- Lee Smith, Jr., of Port St. Joe; other tree users were experiment- :
- ward. Froem this simple beginning one brother, Willie Miller of Tal- ing with better ways to produce The Port St. Joe Quarterback.
Sward. ro ts sple begnnng lahassee; her mother-in-law, Mrs. better, trees. "We will need 3.2 Club will meet Monday night in-'
d How about growing a plant which Lela Kennedy of Port St. Joe; times the Wood in the year 2000, as the High School Commons area '
Sfolds its leaves at night as if it one son-in-law; four grandchil-, we need now and will have 40 mil- at 7:30 p.m.
, were going to sleep. The common dren and a host of other rela- lion less acres to grow it on." The A new shipment of caps have
e ra wer plant and sleep. Thive ommon tives. need is being met by experimenta- arrived with the club crest on
Sprayere plant and sensitive plant Kilpatriclk Funeral Home was tion including genetics, herbicides, the front and are available. at the'
are particularly easy to observe in harge of arrangements. insect control and fertilization. He office of Dr. Robert King.; '
n Watch these- carefully one after- ...
noon until dark and you'll see a
P complete change in the way the s f eA
1i leaves are aligned.
e The so-called bug-eater plants
also make interesting subjects for
t terrariums. Pitcher plants, the
Venus flytrap and flypaper traps
f are sometimes available at nur- a d....
o series. All of these are unusual. .. -
o looking plants and are fascinating WANTED TO BUY: Beach lot FOR RENT: Fuanished beach cot- PrIAI6-lN" STORAGE -
t. in that they have the weird feed- zoned for mobile home. Water ages. Reasonable monthly rates. Beautiful spinet stored locally.
e ing habit of living partially on live view but not water front. Prefer Phone 227-3491 or 227-8496. tfc Reported like new. Responsible
insects. St. Joe Beach or Beacon Hill PROFESSIONAL HELP with emo- party can take a big saving on low;
e There are -dozens of other ter- Beach. Please write 2026 Wahalaw tional problems and/or concerns. payment balance. Write PANAMA
o rarium ideas which make excellent Nene, Tallahassee, Florida or call Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Port PIANO.and ORGAN, Panama City,'
r youth projects. Specimens of wood- Tallahassee 877-2564 after 5:30 St. Joe, Florida 227-3141, or Rev. Fla. 32401 .
e land, aquatic, desert and house- p.m. 4tc-1-20 Sidney Ellis, 229-6599. --INCOME TAX SERVICE
plants can be very effectively dis- FOR SALE: 3 piece white living Certified, by Federated Tax Ser-
y played in aquariums, fish bowls, FOR SALE room suite and two end tables. vice. Courteous; competent, confi-
t old bottles and any other type of New, modern Suitable for den. '$20.00. Phone dental and conscientious.: Have"
see through container. Dream them; BEACH HOUSE 227-5013. tfc-2-3 your tax form filled out accurately,
d up and enjoy the fascinating Water view at Mexico Beach promptly and confidentially at low.
y world f .plants! tft Call 227-4636 1-27 TRUCK DRIVING prices. Phone SHIRLEY T..WHIT.
d _Exciting and profitable careers FIELD, 229-9811, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.;
S- -- await you in trucking. Tri-State 229-3296 after 5 p.m. tfe-2-3
FOR SALE or RENT: 3 bedroom can teach you the skills you need ___.. .
s Sharks house at St. Joe Beach. Sfall to start' a new career driving a
Down paymentand assume pay- tractor-trailer. When.you graduate NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
w merits. Bank financed at 6% in- from Tri-State, you are job ready Apalachicola, Florida
kt (Continued From Page 1) ierest. Call 648-4976. and certified under U.S. Depart- ---
e 55 for their worst; defeat in sev- ment of Transportation rules' and Friday and Saturday
S ral years. FOR SALE: 1970 Green Rally Sport regulations. For an application and January 29 an 29
t The Shks t only 26.7 per Camero. 22,000 actual miles. interview,- call -or write: Tri-State 2 BIG SHOWS :
cent of tliir field oals rather. Call 227-4421. 3tp-l-13 Driver Training, Ine., 2405 S Mon- Johnny Cash in
r than their usual 50 plus percent roe Street, Tallahassee, Florida "A GUIFIGHT"
n average." T i'Graifdberry TI e '-f6 e p t32301, Phone 904-8774139.. aso
Sthe Port St. Je scoring with 17 pat Staords ~oery, W ti City, P2301, Phone 904-877-4139. 2t-2-3 "ROSEMARY'S BABY"
points. JIi Belin hand Sandy IiD C n 's d .
Quinn' each had 11 and Gary SEW .REDUCE safe and 'fastw.ith.Go.Bese .
S' pei bht;'d 10 Your SHERWI N.WILIAMS .. .Tablets and. E-Vap '!water pills".
Doni tAr. led" Bay with PAINT Dealr inn Port St. Jo CAMPBELL'S DRUGS. 12t2-3 FOR'
Donnie hotter led''Bay with .. L o a u Aw
vThi;Saks were down by 18 RAY'S TRIM SHOP
Points at alf time and surged s Complete Upholstery Servic In wewaca and
e back to within nine in-the third "We aim to please you Port St. Joe .
period before foul trouble began 'A Every Time" CALL
to take its toll. The Bay High P02U* e. .dm"' Fural
:quintette pulled away with a 13 Comforter Funeral Home
point bulge in the' last stanza'to A .... ..-
Sput the game on,ice. HURLBUT FURNITURE FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call 2274511
.. .. t, and APPLIANCES Emory Stephens. Free estimate
Score by quarters: -0 06 aRbd Ave. Guarantee on labor and materials.
-Port St. Joe -- 12 1,0 19 14-5 Low d'wn .payment. Phone 227- LADIES
Bay High -- 20 20 21 27-88 '- 797t2. I B ow servicing wigs and
Pd t.. __ ...- FOR RENT: Nicely furnished 2- 'hair pieces in my home. It
Port St. Joe- Belin, .4--11; bedroom house with washer, dry- FIGHT FATIGUE Nwith Zippies, ou have human hair 3r syn.
Bryant, 1-2-4; Grandberry, 6-5-17; er, automatic heat Phone 227 the great iron pill. Only $1.98. thetic which you would Hke
Quinn,. 5-1-11; Speights, 34-10; a CAMPBELL'S -DRUGS. 6t-2-3 to have servieed tuickly at
Adson, 0-0-0; Barnes, 1-02; 8536 after 5:00 p.m. tfc-11-25 low prices ...
Adkison, 0-0-0; Barnes, 1-0-2; WIGS FOR SALE -
White, 0-0-0; Quarles, 0-0-0; J. FOR RENT: Small 2 bedroom Eth A CALL 29S31 oLE-53
n, 0-0-0. house. Furnished. Automatic "r. c tierege g4 JANICE STOKES tfe
Bay High Potter, 9-5-23; heat. 227-8536 after 5 p.m. tfc-1-20 518 -Third Street -
Black, 7-6-14; Blue, 6-3-15; Todd, Port St. -Jo, Fla. _
6-0-12; Hill, 5-1-11; Jinks, 3-5-11; FOR RENT: One and two bedroom Plumb and I HETH
Hill, 5-1-11; D Mathis .0-0-0; Poi- attractively furnished apart-. c ona I HEATH RADIO & TV REPAIR
1-02.; winter. Gas heat, window -fans. Call 2294986 for Free Estimate All Work Guaranteed
S* : They must be seen to be appreciate. AP. Phone 229-2782 10-14
Tuesday night, the Sharks tra- ed. Contact Mr. or Mrs. B. C. Prince SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
vel to Bristol to meet.. Liberty at WIMICO LODGE and TRAILER Buford Griffin. Phone 229-6694 -Regularconvocation onSt.
County High School. : PARK. Phone 229-2413 or 648- or 2292937 J. oseph Chapter No. 56, RA.M.
3101. tfe-10-28 1st and. 3rd Mondays, 8 pm. Al
L a A d visiting companions welcome.
FOR RENT: Furnished large one KILPATRICK Si HT. EST, Secretary.
Legal. bedroom apartment with separ- Funeral Home
ate dining room, auto. heat and FWueral Homed WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST. 116,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT large yard. Phone 227-8538 after and THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet.
OF THE -FOURTEENTH 5:00 p.m. tfc-11-25 Ambula~ce Service ing first and third Monday nights,
JUDICIAL CIRCU IT IN Prompt-Effilcent-Courteos 8:00 p.m. American Legion Dome.
DFLORIDA FOR SALE: Automative and home Telephone'227.2491 THERE WILL BE a regular eom-
n Re The Maage f 8-track tape players, tapes $1.50,municationof Port St. Joe Lodge
In Re: The Marriage of to $5.99, TV's, tools, watches, rings. No. 11, F. & A. M., every frst
SAM DUDLEY, Husband, to 599 TV tools watches and third Thursday at 8:00 prn
and ELGIE- DUDLEY, Wife. reels, heavy duty trailer, hair 'dry. NEEDED: Avon representative in
TO: ELGIE DUDLEY. ers and radios. Will buy anything Port St. Joe. If interested write: ,_
You are notified that an action of value at right price. 102 5th St., 'Sarah Skinner, 5i8 Shade St., Pan-
for dissolution of marriage has Highland View. 1-13 ama City or Call Port St. Joe, 229- HERBERT L. BURGE, Secty.
been filed againsyou, and you PHONE 229-6193 14281. 2tc-1-27 FOY E. ADAMS, W.M.
are required to serve a copy of .
your written defenses, ii any, to
it on Fred N. Witten, Petitioner's .
attorney, whose address is Post
32456, on or before March 6, 1972,
and file the original with the Clerk
of this Court either before service
on Petitioner's attorney or immed-
lately thereafter; otherwise, 'a de-
fault will be entered against you .
for the relief demanded in the pe-
of this Court on February 2, 1972.
Clerk of the Court 4t-2-3

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