Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 17, 1973 · Page 2
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 2

Panama City, Florida
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Monday, September 17, 1973
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I 'iiKC i NKWS-UKK.ALI), I'luiuiiiu Cily, Fla., Moiuliiy, Soplpmbor 17,1973 Suspects Sought tThis weekend proved a busy time for the Panama City Police Department, as reports concerning the theft of over $1,400 were filed. Frank Dodd, manager of a coin-operated laundromat near the Cove Shopping Cent(?r, reported Saturday that he discovered the theft of a change maker and $200 in cash from his business. The money changer was mounted to a wall in the laundry, and Dodd told officers his son closed the building F'riday night. A window was broken out of the laundry, according to' officers. Joe Sewell, 2502 W. 21st St., Panama City, reported over the weekend the theft of $125 worth of firearms and ammunition from his home. Sewell and his wife had been on vacation, and found the items missing from the house. Police reports listed several suspects in the case. Glover Leach, manager of the Old South Restarant, 4701 W. Women Hear Hutto Representative Earl Hutto will be the guest speaker at the monthly meeting of the Bay County Republican Executive Committee at the Seven Seas Restaurant, Tuesday, 18 September at 7:30 p.m. The meeting is open and all interested persons are invited to attend. All members are urged to be present and bring registration cards for the district workshop. U.S. Hwy, 98. told officers Saturday that $155 worth of music equipment had been stolen from his business. Officers were still investigating that theft Sunday. Shane Christian, P.O. Box 7157, Laguna Beach, told police his motorcycle was stolen from a Panama City address Saturday night. The address was not listed in police reports, but the value of Fire Hits Church A fire in a Panama City church sent firemen rushing to the scene, Sunday morning, but the fire was out when the truck arrived. Listed on Panama City Fire Department reports was $250 damage to the electrical system of the Cove Baptist Church, at ICON. MacArthur Ave. Firemen said the fire was out when they arrived, and they listed electrical shorting of wire as the cause of the fire on official reports. Frederick Baumon Dies Frederick Bauman, 79, father of Dr. Frank Bauman of Panama City, died Sunday in the Mountain Home Hospital in Asheville, N.C. Funeral will be held Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. Lady Policeman Nets Armed Man NEW YORK (UPI) -Policewoman Ann Marie Butler, 30, was directing traffic in downtown New York Friday when she heard the sound of glass crashing at a nearby bank. She drew her police revolver and entered the bank, where a hoodlum who had tried to stage a robbery was wrestling with a security guard. One of them had kicked in the plate giass window. Miss Butler broke up the fight, handcuffed the would-be robber and called in a squad car to take him to jail. Police said the robber had threatened to kill a teller unless she gave him a bag of money. She did what he said, but alerted the guard, who grabbed the robber before he got away. Throughout the drama, customers at the Union Dime Bank continued with their business, keeping tellers busy at all windows except the one held up. the stolen rnotoiuycle was listed as $650. Investigation was continuing Sunday night into the theft of a $300 sailboat, repoi'ted as stolen by Landen Mazyck, 1710 Hanna Ave., Panama City. Officers said they observed footprints on the sandy beach where the boat was tied that indicated at least one pei-son had pushed the boat into the water. Lynn Haven Cubs Meet Cub Scout Pack 303 of Lynn Haven is calling a meeting of citizens, den leaders, and committee members Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be in the conference room of the First Federal Savings and Loan Association 630 Ohio Ave. Deaths tontinued From Page One Mrs. Mary Kline, institutional representative; James Kline, committee chairman, and David Cook, cubmaster, will be in charge of the meeting. Pack 303 added 20 new members on school night, this is in addition to the 40 members left over from last year. Area 3 commissioner Bill Lamb will ask the group to attend a 1973 fall training program for cub scout leaders on Sept. 20 and 27 and Oct. 4, at the First United Methodist Church Sixth Street and Palo Alto Avenue in Panama City from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. The training team will be Bob Gutting and Mrs. Mary Bridges. Mellnda Laird MISSING PERSON Melinda G. Laii'd, 15, 5' 3", 115 lbs., 119 S. Oak rive, Eglin AFB, Fla. has been reported missing since Sept. 10 when she left for school. She has long, light brown hair and blue eyes. Sh is believed heading to Panama City or New Orleans and cou' be traveling in a white van with the word "cougar" printed on the side. She may possibly be traveling with several older teen-ager boys and Teresa Martin of 121 S. Oak Driv , Eglin AFB, Fla, who is also reported as missing. Teresa, 14, 5'2", 12 lbs, .also has been missing since Sept. 10. She has long blond hair, blue eyes and a chipped tooth. Anyone knowing the whereabouts of either girl is requested to call the Bay County Sheriff's Department. Save Our Shores' Bay County Save Our Shores Association announces a meeting tonight at which all copies of their petition are to be turned in. Regular members are asked to attend as well as citizens who would like to sign the petition to protect our beach. This meeting at Gardener Seminar room in the Administration Building of Gulf Coast Community College at 7:30 PM on September 17 will be the last opportunity to sign the petition before it is presented to the Bay County Commissioners at their Tuesdav morning meeting at the County Courthouse. All people who are interested in protecting our beaches and sand dunes should be present at this crucial public hearing on September 18,9 a.m., to express their biews to the commissioners, who are considering a permanent ordinance which would prevent new construction from destroying the beach and protective primary sand dunes. FRANCIS SCOTT KILLECiKEW Mr. Fnincis Si>ott KillcKrrw, S8, of mi (Sonloii St., (Hod Satiirdny moriiiiiK in u BinniiiKliaiii, Alu. Iiospitnl. ilr was ft re.sident lioro since 1951, moving from Mirtrni. He was ii memlter of llie First Baptist Chiircli. Ho worliod witii tho Navy in Poftrl HarlMjr during World War II. Ho was tho wholesale .sales Fuanagor for Carrier Products for tho southern half of Florida iM 'foro moving to Panama City in Januarey, 1951. After inoving here, ho opcnwl tho Swap-Shop in February, 1951 and later changed tho name to Lavondar Furniture Store and ultimately opened the Lavendar Gift Store at Panama City Beach. Ho was a Charter member of the St. Andrews Bay power Squadron, as well as a Chaiter member of the Panama City Optimist Club, A member of B.P.O.E. Lodge No. 978, of Gulfport, Miss., since 1945, a past member of the Panama City Country Club and a past member of the Chamber of Commerce. Funeral Services will be held today, at 2:00 p.m. in the Wilson Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Bill Hickem officiating. Burial will bo in tho Oakland Cemetery. Pall Bearers will be, Whitt iMurray, Willie H. Carter, Louis W. Fussell, James M. Mitchell, Stanley M. Worsham and Christian Messner. In lieu of flowers, the family has asked the donations be made t the Heart Fund. Survivors include: his wife; Mrs. Vera Boll Killegrew Panama City, Fla. A Daughter; May Albie Killegrew, Panama City, Fla. A Brother; James Phillip Killegrew, Gulfport, Miss. A Sister; Mrs. Frank Blackman, Gulfport, Miss. "He worked with the Navy Wilson Funeral Home 2114 Airport Rd.785-5272. MR. MICHEAL JOSEPH CAMMARATA Mr. Micheai Joseph Cammarata, 41, of Lynn Haven, died Sunday in a local hospital. Mr. Cammarata was a native of Rochester, New York, coming here from Bunker Hill, Ind. in Nov. of 1972. He was a Catholic and was retired from the Air Force. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Josephine Cammarata, Lynn Haven Fla., one daughter. Miss Michelle Rene Cammarata, Lynn Haven, Fla., one son Micheai Joseph Cammarata, Lynn Haven, Fla., COURT co\n-l l)t' a dlvl.sion of tlu> trial court of genoi-»l jurisdiction with respoii.slhllity foi' all related legal matters .such as delinquency, neglect, support, adoption, child custody, paternlly actions, divorce and annulment, The vo\xn{ also called for greater attention to handling of juveniles at the lower court level, saying "einpliasis upon the processing of defendants accu.sed of lesser offenses holds special promise as a means of preventing long term crimiiuil careers." In reviewing the judicial situation, the report found several shortcomings in the elective system for judges and said they should be chosen by a special group of public representatives and other members of the judiciary and the legal profession. Under the plan, a state governor would appoint those nominated for trir.l judges to serve for four yeqrs and appellate judges for six years. All would have to run in an uncontested election to serve another term of equal length. If the governor failed to fill a court vacancy within 30 days after receiving the list of candidates, the nominating group would automatically appoint a judge from its own list. On the question of court appeals, the report said: "The review stage, like other mother Mrs. Jennie Cammarata, Rochester New York., two sisters, Mrs. Jo Ann LaRocca, Mrs. June Villareale, both of Rochester, New York., one brother, Mr. Ronald Cammarata, Rochester, New York. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by Southerland Funeral Home 1123 Harrison Ave.785-8532 JAMES C. HOUSEMAN Infant James C. Houseman, 5 days old, of West Bay, died Sunday morning in a local hospital. He is survived by his parents Mr. and Mrs. George W. Houseman, West Bay, Fla., six brothers George W. Houseman Jr., Wayne Houseman, Larry Houseman, David Houseman, Ricky Houseman, Earl Houseman, all of West Bay, two sisters, Miss Joann Houseman, Miss Joyce Houseman both of West Bay, Fla. Grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Daniels, West Bay, Mrs. Macy Truett De Funiak Springs. Funeral Services will be held Tuesday at 11:00 A.M. at the West Bay Community Church, with the Rev. C. A. Kressley officiating, and the Rev. Joby Kirkland assisting. Burial will follow in the West Bay Cemetery. Southerland Funeral Home 1123 Harrison Ave. 785^32 a .s|)('c(H of llie criminal proccs -s, i.s In Iroublf. In.sonicjiui.sdIclioii .siMon' than90 per cent of ;ill convlclionH are appealed and coll/ilcnil nlUu-k is routine in Ihc slate .'uul federal courl .s." 1( recommeniled a single, unified review proceeding in wh\ch "all arguai)le defects in the ti'lal proceeding can he examined and finally .settled, .stihjcct only to narrowly Miiwtl exceplional circumstances where thei'e are compelling reasons to provide for a further review." task Smve and Us counterparts on financtid by LEAA congressioml The the coniniission was under a $1.75 m i 11 grant. 0 n SKYLAB those legs that you got to walk on when you get back." Garriott reported that Anita, the backup spider in the .study of web spinning without gravity, apparently had died within the last few days. He said he thought it was due to inadequate food although Arabella, the prime spider which spent weeks spinning webs in a glass cage, was fine. The two spiders were each fed a housefly before Skylab 2 launched July 28 and officials had no plans to keep them alive for the return to earth. However, after a wave of interest over the two grew, NASA decided to try and sustain the spiders for the record flight. BRIEFS Saturday for more than 200 persons, members of 52 families, who possibly were exposed to cholera while staying at a Port Lavaca, Tex., motel last month. WASHINGTON - President Nixon appeared likely to win two more victories in Congress this week with a House vote to sustain his veto of a minimum wage bill and Senate confirmation of Henry A. Kissinger as secretary of state. CAMP DAVID, Md. — President Nixon has tentatively arranged to meet Monday at the White House with Democratic and Republican senators to discuss a military procurement bill expected to reach the Senate floor this week, it was announced Sunday. The best collection of Fall sportswear in stock now. Let us pamper you at Semumi DOWNTOWtt HARRISON « 4(h ST. "Ill I -' ALL PEOPLE WHO WANT TO SAVE OUR BEACHES AND ENCOURAGE RESPONSIBLE DEVELOPMENT PLEASE ATTEND THE MEETING OF THE BAY COUNTY COMMISSION, SEPT. 18, 1073 9:00 A.M. COUNTY COURTHOUSE. THE BEACHES BELONG TO THE PUBLIC. SOME DEVELOPERS ADVERTISE COME STAND UP AND BE HEARD. DO NOT SIT IN THE AREA ESPECIALLY DESIGNATED FOR DEVELOPERS AND THEIR ATTORNEYS.- PAID ADVERTISMENT.

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