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Fort Pierce News Tribune (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Fort Pierce, FloridaI declare bythe paper by Malcolm Johnson Motters of Public record Tallahassee we re now Vannutt ii 13 one i demonstrating again that popular on the statewide ballot and election of our higher court Many counties there judges is no lung but a pretence in. Florid a. Only 20 per cent of the eligible voters cast ballots in the first primary for selection of a slate supreme court Justice and it would t he surprising if no More remember when Vesper years in tote Indian River area in Aren t enough local runoffs to stir the voters out on election Day. So the candidates Are stretching As far As judicial propriety will let them to seek an advantage with the voters. They can l discuss issues which county building permits Rogolino construction co., Oak drive three bedroom residence Callan. Homes inc., 303 Camino construct residence than half Tor to to p divorces filed most Money on promotion or who can get he backing of the m the Runoff that my disqualify them As this Means the position will go prejudiced when those mailers Joseph Thomas Vojtek. To the one who can spend he come before them for decision Archie Summeren belts they can go so far Aslo outline n their general constitutional James w. Cotton and Deal big City lawyers and newspapers philosophy but both of them or a combination of those factors. Fortunately both he incumbent Justice David Mccain and his challenger Hivzi a Buford. Jr., Are capable men so the court won t be disgraced by the outcome. Nor is the influence of an informed press and bar necessarily bad. It might even offer a More dependable judg ment of character and ability than a full popular election by voters with limited Means of weighing die candidates. T but it amounts to a catch As catch can method which hardly can be called a system yet our Law writers continue to insist on it in the mythical name of democratic selection of the judiciary. The fact is that the voting Public has hardly any Way o compare these candidates except by external appearances and personality and Faith in newspaper or lawyer recommendations. Tery element in acupuncture Tokyo 1upi1-a mystery element exists in acupuncture anaesthesia that is yet to be discovered a conference of medical scientists at Kyoto has decided. They said acupuncture apparently relieves pain be cause of nerve blocking brought about by suggestion. But they said that is not the whole Story and there must be another element in the ancient chinese practice with the use of Needles that is yet o be determined. The iwo Day meeting of the 5lh world Congress of Anaesthesiologist included representatives from Italy the United states and Japan. Prof. Masayoshi Hyodo of Osaka medical College told the conference i would not say that acupuncture works 100 per cent for pain control but when it is used together with conventional nerve b 1 o c k i g procedures the result prot. John j. Monica of the University of Washiington in Seattle said he has Hopes for acupuncture As a practical method of anaesthesia. Profess to be on the conservative strict constructionist Side As president Nixon terms it than of the activist Persua Sion which lets hem read the Law to suit their own inclinations. You might find some basis for judgment in the fact that one is a Democrat the other a Republican but they can hardly mention that this year in our first attempt at non partisan elec Tion of judges which offers some advantages Over the straight ticket method heretofore Buford May be stepping Over that Barrier though by identifying Mccain As a late term appointee of gov. Claude Kirk who is pretty generally known As a Republican. Whether this will make any difference to the electorate is problematical because most of our judges gel on the Bench originally by appointment of some governor and few of Vliem behave As if they Are Beholden to their sponsor. In previous campaigns of this sort the Victory has gone to the candidate who concentrated in the Runoff on the dozen big population counties which could out the rest of the state. That s Why metropolitan press support is important. For All the talk about Lack of Public credibility in the press it is clearly established that voters do tend to follow newspaper recommendations for candidates when the issues Are Oli Scure or confused. Similarly though lawyers May feel scorned As an undependable biased class the Public will pay attention to bar association preferences on tie theory that lawyers know each Oiler pretty Well and Are in a belter position than he rest of us to judge judges. Lacking the press bar support that can help a candidate achieve Victory or Given about equal support the Campaign is Apt to degenerate into one of personality and character discussion which hardly comports with the dignity we expect from our judiciary. As we keep saying he better Way to select judges is to have them appointed or elected if you will by such official representatives As the Cabinet and legislature from a list of nominees proposed by a special commission charged with finding the Best qualified men for the Bench. Divorces granted William Hills and Janie Hills. B. Darelli Chapman and Charles d. Chapman. Jerry w. A Hazellief and Mcletha munich1 at. Court sentenced Albert Knowles. 1004 ave. G. Possession of gambling paraphernalia. J50 or 25 Days. Estelle Dunn. 512 18lh St. Petty larceny or 50 lays. Johnson Williams 420 n. Eighth St., disorderly conduct. ?35 or 15 Days. Charles Cherry. 704 m.23rd St., destroying personal property s50 or 25 Days. Christina Dale 1310 ave. I. Disorderly conduct. Or 15 Days. George Wright 2609s. 25th si., intoxication or 10 Days. Thomas Johnson 711 n. 18th St., intoxication or 10 lavs. Fuel Oil spilled into St Johns River Hospital Jacksonville Fla. Up1 a tugboat Crew complied with the Law and reported a Accident sunday which resulted in the destruction of an Oil Load ing platform and the spillage of 200 Gallons of fuel into the is. Johns River according to the coast guard a coast guard spokesman said monday thai an investigation into the incident had revealed that the tug Crew Noti fied the coast guard by radio about five minutes after the Accident. The water Quality act of 1970 requires a spill must be immediately reported to the coast guard with a possible penalty of one year in prison or a Fine for failure to do so. The coast guard said the Crew of the tug navigator said it lost control of the Oil Barge it was towing Ocean cities As it rounded a Bend in the River at flood stage. The coast guard said there was Little pollution damage since most of the spillage was gasoline which dissipated shortly after the Accident. Ttye Asago after vacationing for three months enjoying the Long Cessa Tion from the old grind children returned to school Here today. Miss Man has resumed from i two months slay in new York City. William Mims. Clark White and Thomas Murphy will leave the latter part of the week to enter the Georgia school of technology. The bravest woman in the world is in fort Pierce. The woman who once entertained hundreds of thousands of people when she was a famous animal Trainer with Sells Kioto circus is in the City visiting her parents. Or. And mrs. . Card of South Indian River drive. She is Lucia Zorn. Who lives with her husband Kretul Alspaw on a Western fort Pierce news Tribune sunday sept. Page 5 voice of the people True Power of births or. And mrs. Louis Duck. 1909 s. 29th St. Boy. Born sept. 21. Or. And mrs. Larry Rowell. Once Choice Hoy born sept. 21. Admissions thursday mrs. Donald Peterson. 104 Roselyn ave mrs. Linda Duck. 1909s. 29lhst Patricia Gifford. Box 585 Jean Bullock 1706 Wyoming ave Metchick Whitehead. 1007 Angle Road Olive Knirk. 2821 Oleander ave Callie Burns 435 n. 15th St Louise Rowell. Re 2 Box 1778. Okeechobee Albert Kruger. 1170 a Ocean blvd. Stuart. Discharges thursday Margaret Jolly 102 Amy Lane John Vincent. 103 s. 20 is Charles n eff 605s 15lhst baby boy Holland 822 s. 32ndsi Joan ant. 1011 Beach court Diana Davis age 101. 309 n. 18th St Alice Fred 103 Inglewood Road Frank i metro 111 Hialeah ave Pearl Carwood 2819 Oleander blvd Ernest Alex Ander 122 Ridgeway drive hobe sound Joyce Garden. 5004 Cypress Avenue Ruby Fountain. 2305 s. 40th St. Extended hours announced for info Center 16 instamatic color prints from new Rolls 12-exposure Rolls Only s3.02 12 exposures 2 each neat photo Grant Plaza __20s1s. . Hwy. 1 464-0817 where the Flag flies open Dally except sunday 9 to Friday til your Complete store elect judge Miles Taank circuit judge non partisan election oct. 3rd dear friends the support i received in St. Lucie county was deeply appreciated. In the event that the newcomers to your area do not know my qualifications let me again outline them below judge Indian River county 1958 present City judge Vero Beach 1957 -1958 special agent Fri 1949-1957 past president Florida Council of juvenile court judges past treasurer and charter member of Florida juvenile court foundation established to lecture and train new judges world War 0 Veteran fought with general Patton wounded hospitalized 2 years won purple heart graduate of University of Florida College of Law 1948, with an lab degree former lecturer and instructor of Law enforcement officers in criminology and deviant behaviour at fridian River Community College. As county judge i have had 14 years experience in mental health alcohol and drug abuse programs. As juvenile court judge for 14 years i have formulated and participated in the establishment of the present juvenile court Structure designed to rehabilitate Young people in the state of Florida and have lectured statewide to new juvenile court judges to implement the juvenile court program. I have assisted in the formulation of the work release program for county prisoners since 1957. I am married with 4 children a member of the Elk s club Exchange club 100 club establishes funds for widows and dependent children of Law enforcement military order of world wars past president of Vero Beach Exchange club and Indian River county bar association former scout commissioner explorer scouts boy scouts of America past member of the Florida bar association grievance committee. The final nonpartisan ballot for circuit judge will be on october 3. Don t forget to vote for me on october 3. Again my sincere thanks for your support. Elect judge Miles Mank circuit judge a. Pol. Adv. I by judge Wiles Monk James Weaver coordinator for the neighbourhood information Center of the Community action organization Lias announced extended hours for lie Center. On monday wednesday and thursday the Center at 1529 Avenue i will remain open until 8 . To assist working people in gaining info million about the Cao programs and Oiler Community services available. Outreach workers will be present at the Center on these evenings to Render whatever assistance is possible and to make referrals to other agencies. 40ykahsac10 or. Unit mrs. G. Monroe Howe cum into miss Alma 1 Ruzzier Howerton d i Pinewood left today to Anlo la Asheville. N. C., or a slay. From Asheville. Or. Lower us Wilt go to Oliu. Chicago and tin1 West Unsil. Mrs h item. Mrs. Mary Ami Dali Gleis Wanda ill Frances and Juntas have resumed Tii their Winter Home on Indian if Vei drive fill Lovant a slay in Woodlynne. N. A. During the summer. Or. And mrs. 0. G. Maui eve and daughter Betty Jean will return thursday from a visit to relatives at to Weir former Home in Ruther . C City receipts for the month of August were slii.74t.83 and disbursements s24.lilil.8fl. Or in excess of receipts according to the City financial statement fur the month 25 vicars a or. And mrs. John i. Salmi if Carlisle. In Are visiting or. And mis. F of St. Lucie. Mrs. Sarwal and mrs. Mclaughlin Are Meiers. Mrs. K. Hunt he left monday pm a weeks slay in Lluu Liitt Tom. W. A. New York my Philadelphia. In while away. Mrs. Goethe will Lake a course in business administration. 1 Rohale heavy Citrus and Tomato crop losses and a tangle of Power Anil communications appeared thursday to up Hie principal damage lost. Lucie county from the mighty Hurricane which blasted its Way across South Florida wednesday. Water damage was one of the main of the great storm Only the North Edge of which hit this Section. Kii Tor news Tribune while much is being written in this election year about die in part of senior 1 would like All older persons in the area to know that the american association of Heaired persons believes that the True Power of seniors lies in their continued contribution to the health and Well being of our nation. A non profit nun partisan organisation of More than four million members. Spon sors Many Community St i vice a thirties which older i Only inc to apply their experience and Wisdom in sen ice to others and provides members Many income stretching Semi is such As special insurance programs mail order pharmacy services and grown Havel programs. Through its National and state legislative programs it seeks to improve social Security and medicare programs housing and transportation services and to obtain Las reforms to Benefit the elderly a major current legislative goal is the removal of the earnings limitation under social Security Winch unfairly penalizes older persons who need to work to supplement meager incomes. Membership dues Are Only my per year covering both husband and Wile. Members receive the handsome bimonthly modern maturity and the monthly news both providing inspirational and in formative news and features about older America As. Through its chapter programs Mcm Lieis serve then communities in Many ways including defensive driving courses lion Lis of lifetime learning and health and coi Mimer 1 will lie picked to flirt i interested persons in the chapter in Lens area oin Peelr informal Ion n aug available from Yakiv in i connect i Avenue. N w Washington. C 2t.hl.ili i of Idem full i lit so chapter 44ii 41w7 Baku Lnita be fort 1 us. modern Kong wag the a More interesting Job add Skow Tomano yes now it s easy to quickly step into a glamorous Wel Oaid secretarial position. Only at our school can you learn Speed ring the modern shorthand that oses the familiar abcs not strange symbols. Day or evening classes. Nationwide free lifetime placement service. Visil Phona or write cast coast College 121 n. 2nd St. Fort Pierce 461-3586 classes begin september 27 High interest. Passbook savings per annul. No minimum 5v4% per annul. 6 month certificates minimum 1 year savings certificates per annul. Minimum 2 to 5 year savings certificates w per annul. Compounded daily Zens Federal and loan association of St. Lucie county 1600 South Federal Highway fort Pierce Florida where you save Joes make a

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