Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 14, 1973 · Page 12
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NEWS-IIKKAIJ), Panama City, Fla., Friday, Sep! o in her II, im I'aRe ISA Military News Of Personnel Of This Area WILLIAM ANDERSON Airman Roy 0. Williams, son of Aldeen and Gertude M. Williams of Rt. 1, Wewahilchka, has been assigned to Lowry AFB, Colo., after completing Air Force basic tr-aining. During his six weeks at the Air Training Command's Lackland AFB, Tex., he studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special instruction in hum? n relations. The airman has been assigned to the Technical Training Center at Lowry for specialized training in the munitions and weapons maintenance field. Airman Williams is a 1973 graduate of Wewahichka High School. ROYOLEN WILLIAMS Okaloosa Walton Junior College in Niceville. Navy Fireman Ret. James C, Kirkland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Kirkland of Route 2, Graceville, graduated from recruit training at the Naval Training Center in Orlando. VIRGIL BUNKLEY Bunkley of 514 N. 12th St., DeFuniak Springs, graduated from recruit training at the Naval Training Center in Orlando. Marine Cpl. Jerald E. Stabler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Stabler of Lynn Haven, was promoted to his present rank while serving with Marine Support Battalion in Rota, Spain. A 1965 graduate of Choctawahatchee High School, Fort Walton, he joined the Marine Corps in February 1972. Joseph R. Cox Jr., son of retired Air Force Lt. Col. and Mrs. William E, Peters of 6331 Palm Court, Panama City, recently completed a six-week U.S. Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps field training encampment at Lackland AFB, Tex. Cadet Cox is a student at the University of Florid a. Air Force Reserve (AFRES) Airman Adlai B. Grayson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrus B. Grayson, 108 Park St., Defuniak Springs, has graduated from Air Force basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. Airman Grayson is returning to his Florida AFRES unit at Defuniak Springs, where he will receive on-the-job training. A 1970 graduate of Walton Senior High School, he attended John H. Nix, son of air Force Chief Master Sergeant and Mrs. Joseph H. Nix Jr. of 150 H. L. Sudduth Drive, Panama City, recently completed a six-week U. S. Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps field training encampment at Lackland AFB, Tex. Cadet Nix is a student at Florida State University. Buster B. Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert T. Wright, Rt. 3, Marianna, Fla., has been promoted to staff sergeant in the U.S. Air Force. Sergeant Wright is a physical conditioning specialist at McCoy AFB, Fla. He is a member of the Strategic Air Command. The sergeant is a 1967 graduate of Marianna High School. Navy Airman Ret. Virgil C. Bunkley, son of Mr. Earl T. BATON TWIIU.IN6 INSTRUCTION LEARN TO BE A MAJOREHE OR CONTEST TWIRLER UNDER THE INSTRUCTION OF: JERRY WIlllAMS South Carolina Stat* Champion (4 tim«i) Fbridb Slat* Champion Goorgio Stat* Champion National High Tois Champion (2 times) Formar Footuro TwirUr at F.S.U. REGISTRATION SEPT. 15TH 2:00 - 6:00 P.M. CARTER GYMNASTIC SCHOOL 2046 N. SHERMAN AVE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 769-1741^ OR 763-2464 AFTER 5:00 P.M. ^ Airman William A. Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley T. Anderson, Rt. 2, Ponce de Leon, has been assigned to Keesler AFB, Miss., after completing Air Force basic training. During his six weeks at the Air Training Command's Lackland AFB, Tex., he studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special instruction in human relations. The airman has been assigned to the Technical Training Center at Keesler for specialized training as a personnel specialist. Airman Anderson is a 1973 graduate of Ponce de Leon High School. Marine Officer Candidate Jerry Kotz, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kotz Jr. of Route 2, Panama City, graduated from the Marine Platoon Leaders 4V ,.vi.^i !SSSi 1 CHARLTON Ht-. YfHm APiS ARE THE RULERS-.. MAN THE BiASl CBS LATE MOVIE 10:30 P.M. 'TROG' JOHN II. NIX Class in Quantico, Va. A 1970 graduate of Rutherford High School, Panama City, he is now attending Gulf Coast Junior College there and joined the Marine Corps in December 1970. The summer long course is designed to give young men in college an opportunity to earn a commission in the Marine Corps while fini-shing their education. JERALI) STABLER The summer long course is designed to give young men in college opportunity to earn a commission in the Marine Corps while finishing their education. JAMES KIBKLAM) Marine Officer Candidate Kenneth B. Ingram, son of Mrs. Gwendolyn Ingram of 129 14th St., Apalachicola, graduated from the Marine Platoon Leaders Class in Quantico, Va. A 1971 graduate of Chapman High School, Apalachicola, he attended Florida State University in Tallahassee and joined the Marine Corps in June 1973. Marine Officer Candidate R. Alan Baldwin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Baldwin of Panama City Beach, graduated from the Marine Platoon Leaders Class in Quantico, Va. A 1971 graduate of Bay County High School, Panama City, and a 1973 graduate of Gulf Coast Community College there, he joined the Marine Corps in December 1972. The summer long course is designed to give young men in college an opportunity to earn a commission in the Marine Corps while finishing their education. Anti-Obscenity Law Puslied By Slievin TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Attorney General Robert Shevin urged the State Supreme Court to uphold Florida's new anti-obscenity law to dispel "confusion" amoung lower state courts and assure the federal courts the law has an authoritative definition of "smut." Shevin said some lower courts were hesitant to rule on cases involving the new law because of uncertainty over whether it contained an "authoritative" definition of prohibited obscene material, as required by the U. S. Supreme Court. The federal courts will not uphold an obscenity law unless it contaiins such a definition, he said, contending the Florida law does define obscenity clearly enough for persons of "common intelligence" to know what is prohibited. Attorneys for a Miami man, Sal Aiuppa, argued that the new law is unconstitutionally vague . in that it outla\vs vivid depictions of sex and excretion without defining those terms. "Presumably, all men of common intelligence are capable of ascertaining that physical acts constitute 'sex' as well as 'excretion'," Shevin said in a legal brief to the high courts. Shevin said obscenity dealers had appealed obscenity laws all the way to the U. S. Supreme Court and lost. "Having lost in the highest tribunal, those challenging these laws have returned with an even yet more specious argument," Shevin said. The argument that the law does not define obscenity "should be rejected, and to remove any ambiguity that may exist in the minds of some ias to what the legislature meant by 'sex' and 'excretion', this •court is requested to give greater specificity to the words by relating them to the examples given" by the U.S. Supreme Court in its opinion upholding obscenity laws, Shevin said. Shortly after Florida's new CLIP AND MAIL TODAY LEARN TO EARN V\li(h A/yivnci's Lunjesl TLIX St'rvici! i!;is ;,.':BLOCic JOB INIf HVIFWS AVAIlAnU rOH lUSI SIUDIMS • • • Contact the tKMIQ MON. WID. FRI. 122 I, 41H. ST. PANAMA CITY INCOME TAX COURSE • InchidM currant Ux l«wt, ttMocy, and •PfiNcatlon M pracdcwt in Btock of- flcM Iran coMi to COMI. • ClMts* ol dajn wd ctoM Hmm. • CartMcato awarcM upon graduMton. • ChoiM of iMiic or whtncad GOUTM. ENROLL NOW I Classes Start: There ore 3. convenient clou locoHont. 783-0482 I lid t, 4in. il. PANAMA tllT i.w---™. ^— • ' e riMM MM m* WH iMimMiM INMI tkt NAU iiMk IMMI TM OMTM. Tkli !• « nn—t fw lnrarMillfii tily mt (IMM tm4tr M okHHllM • to HI •.1 NAME. ADDRESS- CITY STATE .PHONE. _ZIP COOE- 9-14 Marine Officer Candidate Paul J. Chase, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford C. Chase of 101 Bonanza Circle, Panama City, graduated from the Marine Platoon Leaders Class in Quantico, Va. A 1969 graduate of Warner Robins High School, Warner Robins, Ga., he now attends Gulf Coast Community College, Panama City, and joined the Marine Corps in March, 1973. The summer long course is designed to give young men in college an opportunity to earn a commission in the Marine Corps while finishing their education. obscenity law was passed, Chief Justice Warren E. Burger wrote in a California case that the states did not have to pass new obscenity laws to tailor their language to the precise wording of the statute upheld by the Supreme Court. He said approximately the same wording, with generally understood meanings, would suffice. Shevin filed his brief in a case in which a Pinellas County circuit judge, before ruling on a case, asked the State Supreme Court to rule on the constitutionality of the new obscenity law. Shevin said he had no objection "to the court passing upon the validity of (the law) and authoritatively determining the matter as there is apparently some confusion with regard thereto by lesser and inferior courts in the state of Florida." Political Ad Ruling Given TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Attorney General Robert L. Shevin said that, if a newspaper or broadcasting station gives one political candidate a cut rate on advertising, it must extend the same bargain to all politicians. Shevin said, however, that political candidates do not qualify for special discounts afforded to religious or charitable organizations. Interpreting a 1973 statute for State Rep. Gary Cunningham (D-New Smyrna Beach), Shevin said the law requires all news media to give their lowest standard commercial rates to political advertisers. If the media give high-volume discounts to tlieii- most frequent customers, they must extend that discount to political advertisers — even though those advertisers only buy advertising every two, four or six years. Airman l.C. David R. Lloyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Renfro Lloyd of 1110 Harvard Ave. and whose wife, Katherine, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Park of Inlet Beach, has graduated at Lowry AFB, Colo., from the U.S. Air Force weapons mechanic course conducted by the Air Training Command. The airman, who was trained to load and inspect the weapons used in Air Force jet aircraft, is being assigned to Eglin AFB, for duty with a unit of the Tactical Air Command. Airman Lloyd attended Bay County High School. Michael F. Pallone, whose wife, Jane, is the daughter of Mrs. Sue G. Kucich of Carrabelle, has been promoted to master sergeant in the U.S. Air Force. Sgt. Pallone, a maintenance control supervisor, is on duty at Dauphin Island Air Force Station, Ala., with the 635th Radar Squadron, a unit of the Aerospace Defense Command. He attended Gulf Coast Comm. College and Armstrong State College in Savannah, Ga. S. Sgt. Charles F. Held, whose wife, Nellie, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Robenstein of 3710 West 22nd Plaza, Panama City, has graduated from the U.S. Air Force Noncommissioned Officer- Leadership School at Barksadale AFB, La.' Sgt. Held, who was trained in military management and supervision, is a KC-135 Stratotanker air refueling technician at Loring AFB, Maine, with a unit of the Strategic Air Command. He is a 1963 graduate of Western Military Academy in Alton, 111. CLIP AND r^AIL TODAY Airman Kenneth A. Mofield, whose wife, Sara, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Solar Ray Policy Rapped TALLAHASSEE (UPI) House Speaker Terrell Sessums (D-Tampa) said the State University System was not carrying out the legislature's intent to funnel an additional $100,000 into the Solar Energy Study Center at the University of Floi'ida. Sessums said University System Chancelloi' Robert Mautz simply had used the new $100,000 to replace the $100,000 the center was already getting, then used the oi-iginal money to distribute to other research piojects. But Sessums said the legislature intended for the new $100,000 to be added onto the original $100,000, doubling the money for the center to use in finding ways to harness solar rays to provide a I'eplacement f(,i' traditional electric energy. "What Mautz did was put $100,000 on top, and saw $100,000 off the bottom, ending up with a net of $100,000," said John Ferry, an aide to Sessums. "That was not what was intended. "Mautz .simply picked up $100,000 and spi-ead it around the University System as he wanted," Perry said. William C. Renfro of 806 New York Ave., Lynn Haven, has completed Air F'orce basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. During his six weeks training, he studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received .specjal instruction in human relations. The airman is remaining at the Air Training Command base for specialized training in communications-electronics systems. Airman Mofield attended Gulf Coast Community College. 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