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A'EWSHERALD, Panama aty, Fla., Tuesday, Fcbniflry U, WS PH« <» Fraizer Isn't Feeling Sorry For Himself NEW YORK (UPI) — Joe Frazier isn't going around feeling sorry for himself. "What for?" he laughed Monday, his eyes a-gleam. "I was prepared to be defeated some day. I just didn't know it was going to come so soon." The former heavyweight champion, who lost his title to George Foreman in Kingston, Jamaica on Jan. 22, isn't worried at all about the future. "Knowing the type of individual George is, I think he 'll be more than glad to give me a return," Frazier said. "But I don't know about the people handling him, get it? That's off the record." Frazier, looking none the worse for his defeat three weeks ago, laughed again. He appeared with John Unitas of the San Diego Chargers, Rod Gilbert of the New York Rangers, Ron Swoboda of the New York Yankees and Jerry Lucas of the New York Knicks at a press conference here designed to raise funds for children of U.S. servicemen who were either captured t)r missing in action in Indo-China. The program for the childr- rcn is called "NO GREATER LOVE" and Unitas was instrumental in getting it started after receiving a letter from the 10-year-old son of a prisoner of war. At today's get-together, co- hosted by sports Illustrated Magazine, Frazier said that people had not changed appreciably toward him since his six- knockdown, second round technical Anockout at the hands of Foreman. "They still call me champ," he revealed. "1 tell 'em, 'no. ACCUIMED WORLD'S TOP NETTER Smith Unsure Of Davis Play NEW YORK (UPI) - Stan Smith is facing a dilemma. Acclaimed as the No. 1 tennis player in all the world, certain of making many, many thousands of dollars on and off the court this year, the 6-4 native Califomian with the lantern jaw and engaging smile doe.sn't know,if he can. should or will play Davis Cup for his country this year. Smith spent his U.S. Army time playing tennis for the United States. He was really the property of the State Department rather than of the Pentagon. He was one of America's good will ambassadors in uniform, as were so many before him. Aside from leave time, he played when and where his government wanted him to play—and that mosi certainly included all Davis Cup matches But Smith is Mr. Smith again, and he does not quite Archibald, Wilt Hold Leads NEW YORK (UPI) - Nate Archibald of Kansas City- Omaha and Los Angeles' Wilt Chamberlain continued their domination Monday of the major statistics in the National Basketball Association. Palmer Jumps To 6th Spot . NEW YORK (UPI) — All it took for Arnold Palmer to crash the top 10 money-won list on the pro golf tour was win the Bob Hope Desert Gassic. Amle's victory —and the $32,000 that went with it- vaulted him from 68th on the list to sixth, with total earnings thus far tliis year of $36,3.^6. Bruce Crampton remained on top with 563,398, but Jack Nicklauus, picking up $14,800 in the Hope is closing in. Big jack now has banked $57,155. The top ton: 1. Bruce Crampton SR3,39S 2. Jack ."^icklaus 57,1.55 3. John Shlce 4fi,657 4. Rod Funseth 45,082 5. Orville Moody 42,672 6. Arnold Palmer .36.336 7. Gay Brewer 33,362 8. Lanny Wadkins 31,549 9. Johnny Miller 25,347 10. Ray Floyd 22,391. Archibald holds the lead in scoring with a 34.3 average based on 2,161 point for 63 games, and is the NBA's assist leader with 738 scoring feeds for an 11.7 average. Chamberlain, concentrating on pushing Los Angeles to a second straight title, is not even in the top 20 scorers. The 7-2 Laker center, however, leads in field goal percentage at a fantastic .729 rate and is tops in rebounds on an 18.3 average. Rick Barry of Golden State is the top foul shooter with a .915 percentage. The Scoring leaders: 9 Archibald, KC-O. Abdul-Jabbor. Mil, Haywood, Sea. Hudson, All, Scott, Pho. AAarovIch, Atl. Wicks, Por. Petrie, Por. Gorodlch, L.A. Lonler, Det. fg ft pts avg 63 819 523 2161 34.3 55 734 238 1706 31.0 5S 650 337 1637 28.2 55 566 2M 1426 25.9 58 585 318 1488 25.7 60 598 328 1524 25.4 57 551 291 1393 24,4 55 568 191 1327 24.1 52 509 233 1251 24.1 57 565 222 1352 23.7 Tornado Golfers Host 3 Schools Bay High's golf team will engage in a four-team meet today at the Bay West course beginning at 2 p.m. Coach Bill Harrison's Bay golfers will oppose teams from Port St. Joe, Marianna and NlMvllle. Ho killed for hU woman. |H« killed for iold. lASTNIGHT isle Of'View drive-in [V [IBnM [Nltt /185 4tI0\ . Ha killed for... mm HERO .tortliosewliomeaflin success oaiy in the hoiira light: know what to do alwut the massive schedules of tournaments, and the massive requests he has received to play here, there and everywhere. "I played well over 40 weeks of tennis last year," Smith said as he was being honored as the Martini and Rossi player of the year on Monday, "And when Ilie Nastase and I finished up the year in the Grand Prix final at Barcelona in December, I agreed with Die that there was no way either of us could play that kind of tournament year again.' But where on the jammed calendar can Smith hope for respite? Does he play for all the money he can make? Does he turn down old friends who are promoting events at which he began to make his mark? Does he turn his back on the Davis Cup team, a team which he led to a successful defense of the most prized international trophy a year ago? "I don't know." Smith said. "I am committed to playing the entire World Championship Tennis tour and, if I make the final eight, that wall keep me going until early May. Then there is that rich Las Vegas tournament right after WCT play ends. Then the French and Italian championships, and then Wimbledon. I will definitely play in all of those." Which brings him to early July with no rest. Is this when he relaxes, and waits for Forest Hills in late August and early September? "I'd like to," Stan admitted. "But don't forget that the U.S. Lawn Tennis Association has a lot of major tournaments leading up to Forest Hills. And ll]en there's the Boston pro championships, and I'm kind of committed to that. But then you see the Davis Cup early rounds wiU be going on then too, and— well, I just don't know what to do." Should Smith pass up the Cup> it would be a brutal blow to American hopes of retaining the trophy. Smith was the stalwart of last year's defense, winning both his singles matches from Romania's Nastase and Ion Tiriac and pairing with Erik Van Dillen in the doubles. George Foreman Is the champ. lie just borrowed the title for a while, but I wanna get it bade. It ain't the same like it was before.'" Wearing a tan turtieneck and looking in excellent shape, Frazier said he blamed only himself for his defeat. I thought I fought a pretty dumb fight," he said. "I m.ide an awful lot of mistakes. I sat down and watched the fight on television and 1 couldn't believe it wa.«! me, "Like some old man said," Frazier went on, laughing again, "I had my hands behind me. Whatever made be put my hands down? It was just plain stupidity. "I'm not realy shook up about it, though. I see what I did wrong. If I made those mistakes against my son, I'd expect him to hit me on the chin." Frazier weighed 214 for the Foreman fight and usually comes in closer to 208. He does not cite the added poundage for his cletcat. "Weight didn't have nothing to do with it," he said. "The fight only went two rounds, remember, and I can carry a thousand pounds on my back for two rounds." After being knocked down the first time, Frazier said, he thought he could come back and still win. "But I was wrong," he said. "I'm not gonna die, I'm not gonna quit doing what I was doing, though. What it means is that I've got to work harder on the bags, longer in the gym and stretch out my roadwork. I've already bought myself a heavier pair of boots." Frazier concluded by saying he felt referee Arthur Mercante did right in stopping the fight, particularly because he had suffered a deep cut inside his mouth. "With the cut In my mouth and all that, he did right," said Frazier. "I'd probably throw in the towel myself. Do I feel sad? Not really. Not for myself, anyway. I feel sad for my fans and the people who believe in me, but I don't feel any shame. "Right now, I'm fixin' to go see my Momma down in South Carolinu. I'm very anxious to see her and talk writh her. Look, look man, everything is going tn ho all right. I feel it. I know SHOW STARTS 7 P.M. Classified ADS $500.00 REWARD LEADING TO THE ARREST AND CONVICTION OP PERSONS RESPONSIBLE FOR THEFT OF 25' BEIGE COLOR SPARTAN TRAVEL TRAILER 1972 MODEL AND RETURN IN GOOD CONDITION. STOLEN FROM FARM ON HIGHWAY 231 IN EARLY MORNING HOURS LAST FRIDAY 2-9-73 PHONE BAY COUNTY SHERIFP OFFICE 785-4351 or Arthur F. (Bud) Titus Doy 763-3991 NIgtit 785-7855 BAY COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGINS 8S0 HARRISON AVENUE PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA TO ASSIST DISTRESSED ELDERLY AND OTHERS REGARDLESS OF RACE OR CREED. TO OFFER PROGRAMS THAT WILL PROMOTE THE WELL BEINO OF THE ELDERLY IN BAY COUNTY. TO CALL ON THE COMMUNITY FOR ASSISTANCE IN THIS PROJECT. WE NEED VOLUNTEERS . . . PLEASE CALL 785 M67 CUT YOUR food bill m Half. Join Panama City Cooperative. 76*-I829. 4--PERS0NALS Reduce safe & fast with GoBese To- blets & E-Vap '•Water pills" Gibson Phormacy, S98 'W. 11th Reduce excess fluids with Fluidex, Lose weight with Dex-A-Qlet capsules at City Drugs. DIVORCE KIT for the no-fault law. Now $20.80, For free details write: KIT, Box 791, Pompano, Flo. 33061 WANTED ALL NEWCOMERS recently moved to Ponama City (Bay County) that hove not been welcomed, to call ?anama City Newcomer service at 763-1780. any. time. AAA Auto Club. Memberships. New, Renewal or Transfers. Authorized Representative. Phone 234-5198. Elizabeth, lost your telephone number. The best permonents I've gotten were from Fortuna Beauty Salon, next to Eckerd Drugs on 15th. Their number Is 785-9076. They're very good! Harriet. .•S— LOST S: FOriNn LOST IN Parker. Black & White female Cocker Spaniel. 7 months old. Reward. 785-4022. LOST: Red Pekingese. Answers to Pee Wee. Springfield area. Coll 7630967. 919 School Ave. Lost dog East Gale Pork area. Black ond Ton 2 years old German Shepherd answers to name' Tige. Owner 7 year old boy. Very lonely. Reward. 763-8653. »-SERVICE^)FFRRE^ CLCAN -UP - HAULING GARAGE - YARD - JONK REMOVAL 722-4488 Murcer Has Broken Hand NEW YORK (UPI) — The New York Yankees revealed Monday that outfielder Bobby Murcer broke his right hand in Puerto Rico last week, but is expected to be in shape by ihe Feb. 28 spring camp opening at Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Murcer hurt his hand after he competed in the American Airlines golf tournament at San Juan. He tripped over some luggage in his room and fell heavily, fracturing the metacarpal bone. Dr. Sidney Gaynor, the club physician, said it was a small, clean break at the base of the third metacarpal bone. No setting was necessary, but Murcer's hand was placed in a cast up to his ellrow. The Yankees also announced the signing of veteran relief pitcher Lindy McDaniel, catcii- er Gerry Moses and rookie pitchers George Medich and Dave Pagan. DOWNTOWN THCATRE 300 HARRISON PHONE 785-8331 UIST FORA VAMPIRE to be all right it." Joe Fra-zier isn't feeling sorry for himself. Randall Turns Down Redskins GREENVILLE, N. C. (UPI) — East Carolina University head football coach Sonny Randle said Monday he had decided against accepting an offer to join the coaching staff of the NFL Washington Redskins. "I took the head coaching job at East Carolina two years ago," said Randle "I had a job to do and it's not finished yet." Randle visited Washington and talked over the Redskins job before making his decision to stay at ECU, where he has compiled a 13-8 record as head coach. Last season, Randle won nine of 11 games and the Southern Conference title. He was voted conference coach of the year. Randle joined the Pirate staff 1970 as assistant after 11 years playing with the NFL. Earlier, Randle said the job with the Redskins "will be very hard for me to turn down although I'm still very enthusiastic about East Carolina football." "It thrills me to know that Coa(<fi (George) Allen is interested enough in my coaching abilities to ask me to join his staff." FAST PHOTO FINISHING Black & White & color (New oddtcu) 25 HarriionAv*. 7 P.M. L IVIH G DEAD Washington Still Fourth Fort Lauderdale Nova leads the 3A-4A schools and Arcadia DeSoto the smaller schools in the next to'last prep basketball poll of the season taken by Florida sports writers. Pensacola Washington rates fourth in the larger school group and Paxton is fifth, Baker seventh and Freeport eighth among the smaller schools. CLASS AAAA-AAA 1. Fort Lauderdale Nova (22-0) 152 2. Martin County (24-2) 141 3. JacksonvllI* Fletcher (23-1) 139 4. Pensflcola Washington (18-1) 133 5. Key West (23-2) 128 Miami Jackson (19-2) J 22 ](. Fort Lauderdale Piper (22-0) 119 8. Lake Worth (22-3) 117 9. Winter Park (20-3) 108 10. Winter Haven (21-3) 93 11. Miami Norland (16-3), 12. Tampa Chambertain (18-4), 13. St. Petersburg Boca Clega (20-3), 14. Gainesville (22-3, 15. Cocoa Beoch (23-2), 16. Vero Beach (21-4), 17. Oviedo (19-1), 18. OcalB Forest (JO-3), 19. coral Gable* (19-4), 20. tie) Miami Curley 19-2) and oincy Shanks 20-3). CLASS AA-A 1. Arcadia DeSoto (21-1) 2. Hawthorne (20-2) 3. Orlando Highland (23-1) 4. Doytona Beoch Lopei (17-4) 5. Paxton (24-3) 6. Fort Lauderdale Pine Crest (14-4) 7. Baker (22-2) B. Freeport (19-4) 9 Pohokee (16-7) 10. Ounnellon (16-3) 11. Miami Deorborne (19-5), 12. Tolla- hassee FAMU (13-5), 13. Melbourne Air (IS-3), 14. Lake Weir 17-^), 15. Allentown (20-4), 14. Havana (14-4), 17. Port St. Joe 20-3), 18. Gracevllle (13-3), 19. Melbourne Central 13~4), 20. Ponce De Leon (17-4). Wanted: Corpenter wont, painl'ma rooting, gen. reiK.Irs & reirndellng. Work guaronteed. 769-0334. Builders: Expert remodeling, oddi. tions, eorpentry, concrete work. Dykes Builders. 785-0392 tor estl- moles. TRUCKING 8. doring, mi dirt dellv- ered. Concrete work, cnrpenter work. 763-8639. TREE EXPERTS Cutting, Trimming, Reinoving. 78s- 47i4. Free estimates. 763-4005. FREE CHECKING easy as: 1-2-3 $300-Keep tWt min- . imum boicNKe and ihm vfhok thing is FREE. No. Emit to the checks y«;u write. $200-Keep this minimum balance and your montMy service charge is only $1.00. No matter hew many checks you write. MM ritak SIOO-Keep this min-' imum bolonce ond your monthly service charge is $2.00. Simplified ac counting. utmat $'Too7y<li!r bJu* once drops to less tfccm $100, the monthly ser. vice chorge is $3.00. Write as many checks as you wish. NATIOKJUi BANK"/ V.fi.THljrsTCp. Member F.D.I.C. Panama City, Fla. g -8ERVICES OFFKBEP PAINTING: For all your interler ond exterior painting needs coll: C. E. GIBSON & SON, Inc. 785 5740 Centipede Sod, delivered, Lawni planted, fertilized. Free estlmntM. 769-1078 anytime. HOUSE Plans Drown. Planning to suit your family need 8< budgets. 763-8382 after 5 PM. CERTIFIED piano teacher wonts Students. Reosonable rates. St. Andrews area. 785-8539. AMERICAN TYPEWRITER REPAIR Sales 8. Service Cleaning Oiling Adjusting New ribbon installed Jerome Pineda 763-8120 "JUST WRIGHT" ground groomMg Clearing, landtcaping • malntoln'ng. Fill Dirf & Clay. Owner-operotor Lnren Wright - 234-5838. DELTA BUILDING SYSTEMS. Corp. Drywall Specialty, MM E. Hwy. 98. Ph. 763-5831. GENERAL Contracting. Com- merclai or resIdentlaL Free Home Planning advice and Suggestions. FHA, VA & Conventional financing ovollable. Michael W. Harris, Licensed General Contractor Phone 765-7981. HAULING OYSTER Shells, fill dirt, top soil, 763-4 153 148 146 122 119 104 100 88 86 74 ^ HOLIDAY LODGE ^ DAILY clay. Call 234-5873. Jimmy Hicks. 763-4391, WALL PAPERING — Vinyl - toll, phlox, etc. Painting, Interior - exterior. Free Estimates. Ph. 763-5894. DEAL CONSTRUCTION CO. BIdgs, Repairs, Remodllng Free Estimates. 265-5670, Lynn Hoven SAVE money on addition, remodeling, pointing, celling tile, paneling floor tile. Ret. available. 785-1272, 763-8382. PIANO Tuning, repoir, rebuilding. Complete service. Written guarantee. Panama Piano 8> Organ 314 Harrison Ave. 749-0329. Remodeling, repairs, roofing, pointing, custom built cabinets, store flx< tures. Any size lob welcome. Mor- viw Thrasher, 785-0148. ED WALTER COMPANY HOME Improvement. No lob too large or small. Painting. Interior and exterior carpentry work of all kinds. For free estimates call 7434779, 785-9080. TREE SERVICE — Tnmmjng, Topping, Removing a Stump removal. Sodding. Free estimates, Jerry E, Mills. 286-5223, 743-5605, 1B6-858J. GULF FRESH SEAFOOD. • U.S. PRIME STEAKS • DANCING IN THE ORLEANIAN ROOM k^•,IAllk.^NI OPI-N (1 A M U/ ; 00 A M 1 \ iM W I W H A 1 V, ,-. w ft 1 h V.'n I . I ;.l'.,ijv'< MWl OH PAN AMA Cll 1' ACH .' 1-1 34 1 THE PANAMA CITY NEWS HERALD. COMPLETE COVERAGE AND FOR THAT TOUCH OF CONVENIENCE HAVE'^YOUR PAPER" DELIVERED EACH MORNING TO YOUR 763-7621 FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. CLiiSSIFIED DISPLAY ClASSIFIEP DISTOAT WtNACECONCREn lyCONTRAa «rYAR» • Patios • WoRcB • PHvaways All Moterials Inspactpd And Testea By The Sfaft Road Dept. Fast and Easy ... fn» Estimalesl l«lld«zwmi Cfowt—fUl SIKES CONCRETE PIPE COMPANY E.l5tiiSt. JU-im PAINTING of all kinds. Interior or exterior. Large or small lobs. 2452854. 8 & T CONSTRUCTION CO. Free estimates. New construction & remodeling. T69 -1541 or 785 -0901. MUSIC LESSONS... Mr. Bob Bretlond Is now accepting student enrollments tor PIANO and ORGAN lessons at his new studio, located ot: PANAMA PIANO & ORGAN CO.. 314 Harrison Ave... 749-0329 Washington point and decoroting Company For home Improvement For your Interior and exterior: Call the one that can really save you money. Free estimate call 763-4969 or 785-4440. Autliorind Westinglwuse & Frigid- oire Service. All residential electric ranges ond 220 volt water heaters. Gult Fewer Ce. 74W601. GULF COAST TREE SERVICE CALL US NOW! I I 7gS-M5» ADDITIONS, Kcnovoitons, Car psntry. Masonry. Pointing, Closets Paneling, Ceilings. Carports, of Build a house Colt Al Baker. 763' 4201, col) after 4:30 if no answer. Dixie Window Co. 37 X SOH Jalousie S14.?5 NEED HOUSE REPAIRSr NO JOB too small. I believe I con pleose you. Coil otter 4PM 7'2-4247, Baton Turner. Roofing, roofing repair, remoOMng. Lester Hall. 785-0087. PAINTING: Interior-Exterior, quail, ty work. Free Estimates, Phone 7634781 REASONABLE & Reliable house & mobile home wiring In county orea. 763-9857, 785-8284. SPRING Pointing Right Rote. IB years experience In Interior & exterior. Call after 4 PM. 785-6450. Wortt guorenteed. Repoirt any lyo« lorpentry, palntins> roofing masonry concrete. Locol coll 71K021 WEATHER'S CONSTRUCTION CO. Painting, Roofing, Remodeling Free Estimates. 763-2437^ CONSIDER!! Good Solesmon ore Trained .. .Nor Born! And neither are doctors, lawyers, d «ntisM or engineers. You can be an onlstanding salesman and cam $8,000, $10,000, $15,000, $20,000 or more a year your very first year. YOU NEED TO BE: • Age 18 or over • Ambitions • Engergetic • Sports minded • Havea bighechooledaealioiiw better YOUWUXs • Attend 2 vee&s of sebool is Tampa, Fb* expenses paid. • Guaranteed income to start And What's More, You Will Derive 65% or More of Your Income From Our EslaUiiIied AcconntsI IFYOUQUALIFY;WGIIARANTEETO: • Teach andfraiayoninoarsaecetsfolaako methods • Assign yoa to the sales area of yonr thoSem under the direction and guidance of a qnal* ified sales director • Provide the opportunity for yon to advaae* into management as fast as y /inrdiility will •warrant Fringe benefits include^ nnnsaal pension and savings plan. Call Now For Personal InfcrYiew Lorry Foster 904-785-0561, 9 A.M..6 P.M. Equal Opportunity Emplsytr 8—SERVICES OFFERED D & D ROOFING, repairing a re- roofing our specialty. 20 yrs. exp. Free estimates. 265-3267. lAOBlUE Home Ancnors. Instolled to insurance specifications. J57,60 & up. Doys; weeicends, onytime. 785- sm. JIM'S BUSINESS MACHINE REPAIR Quality rubber stamps, fast, efficient repair on typewriters, adding maclUnes & ealc. 24 yrs. exp. Unlderwood, OUvett & others. Phone 763-0420 for free pickup and delivery. Eagle Lane, Rlland Park. Phone 7630420. 1 DO iMbysIttIng In my home St. Andrews area 763-7194. Private Home wltli personal care for elderly people 763-3685. 8A—FLOVERSJ & GIFTS Valentine's Day, February 14. LOVE IS . . . Saying it aU with a kiss and beautiful flowers. 230 W. 15th St. Ph. 'J85-4657 UNUSUAL GIFT PLANTS Roiebowls and Brandy Terrarlnms 1000 Assorted Crafted Octus HEDY'S EXOTIC PLANTS lOS I4th St. Mexico Beach, Fla. Phone 648-5145 Open Dally & Sun. 9 a.m. • 8 p.m. 21—HELP WANTED— FEMALE WANT BABYSITTER In my home or yours. 6 AM - 4 PM «. some weeltends. 763-73n. PERSONNEL COUNSELOR Are you sharp career-mtBdM person not wilUnK to'wttl* (or 2nd best? We wiU train In the most tasclnatinc and rewardinc profession you can emiwrk upon. Come Join Florida'* Largest Agency. Call 769424t. AAA EMPLOYMENT . . . CASHIER-SAI.AS . . . This company and position can't be Toppedl Start low and advance as you learn the ropei. CaU Bea 769-1441 SneUing A Snelllnt . . MOD Gnu. FMDAY . . Meeting Si greeting top elleatl. planning & organizlns (or schedules malce for a Super Special Secretarial Spot. «3ZS CaU Bea 769-1441 snelliny & SnelUng . . GENERAIr OFFICE . . Yours for the aiUBK with Fir* & Casualty experience! Quota rates. It. typing ft mlie. ele* things just malce thli perfect. $360 CaU Bea 769-1441 SnelltoK * BnelllBg WANTED lemparory lypht lor leeet company. WW* BM F-«$I, C.« News Herald. 16—: Olann's Small World Nursery AAon- Thurs. 7 a .m. - Midnight Frl 8> Sot. 7 o.m. - Until 50 cents Hour. Dally $3.25 105 E. 13th 763-9607. COLLINS Child core, day A Might. Weekly, babysitting & board. UOO babysitting Cloy Aye. Ph. 763-3896. JACK i JILL NURSERY NOW OPEN 24 HOURS PER DAY, MON. - SAT. Ages 2 mos. to 8 yrs. Christian management. Separate deport­ ments. Clean. Individual beds. Well supervised. Child shots must be up to date. Hourly, nightly 8. weelcly rotes. 313. Maple, 763-0302. ivSSioTTOiSvisic^ PENK PANTHEtt 7V CO. 2634 E. Uth (Cedar Grove) Phone m^vra KIBBY TV authorlted RCA Sales b Service. 2K W. 15th St. Phone 763* 3802. Codcloll lounge will train for qualified^ penen. Apply Fiesta Room or Bnythor* Bar after 12 noon. Interior Designer wanted for custom decorating shop In Ponoma City. Must have knowledge and experlenea In color coordination, drapery planning and carpet Instollotien. Send complete resume stotino experience and educational background to Mr. Woyne Roberts, 401 Cglln Porl^ woy. Ft. wolton Beoch Flo. MSO Neat responsible lady with bMtt> keeping exp. Must be good with fla- ures. Accurate typist Sat. MU month plus very good benefits. Send brief resume to Box F 652 er coll Mrs. Homltton 763-4645. NEED A NEW SPRINO OUTnTT AVON can help you gM It. As M ] AVON Rsprssewlallv yWH BM Mt ot the house, maM im* lrtM *aM earn good money loo.*.Caii er iHlta * Sorofi Skinner, Avwi MWMir, Ith i 0334, Panama City., Wa. aWI. i RBSISTBRBD NURsis LICmSED niACTICAL NUMBS Shifts: S-H & lt-7 Give complete return*; Age • Martt< ol status - Family - Education - Experience - Shift deilrad • Salary mt- pected. Must hove Florida llcenMi Box F 650, Newt Harold. Cosmetologist, JR & SR. Hloh fa> tentlol eornlngs. Call 6lorio af. Grant's Beoufy Solan. 7IM «n. WANTED OFPICS MANAOBR — Apply Corrlaga Lana. MAID needed for heuM mi children a6MW. Crossword Puzzle ACROSS 1 Stalks 6 Passageway 11 Occupant 13 Thing done 14 Man's . nickname 15 Father and mother 17 A state (abbr.) 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