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Sandra Palmer Wins Playoff POMPANO BEACH, Fla. (UPI) — Petite Sandra Palmer sank a five-foot birdie putt on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff Sunday to defeat Betty Burfeindt in the $35,000 Pompano Beach LPGA Golf Classic. Miss Burfeindt had gained the tie at the end of regulation 54 holes by rolling in an eight- foot putt on the '18th hole. But she ran into trouble quickly on the first hole of sudden death when her second shot wetit into a bunker. After making the Joyco Ann Jnckson, member of ranama City Beach Bay West club 's staff, cardnd a 75-74,-79 -»2g and won $235. green with her third shot, she two-putted for a bogey 5. Miss Palmer, of Fort Worth, Tex., started the day two strokes off the pace at 145, one over pat-. In the final xound, she carded a two-under 70, then had to wait a half-hour until Miss Burfeindt finished with a 71, tying the tournament at 215, one under par. The pudden-death victory gave Miss Palmer $5,250 first- prize money, while Miss Bur- NBA By United Press International (Night Games Not Included) Eastern Conlerenc* Atlantic Division w. 1. pet. g.b. Boston 50 12 .806 — New York 4i 17 .738 S'/j Buffalo 18 ^3 .295 31'/! Philadelphia 7 59 .106 45 Central Division w. I. pet. g.b. Baltimore 40 21 .656 — Atlanta 35 28 .556 6 Houston 23 40 .365 18 Cleveland 22 39 .361 18 Western Conference Midwest Division w. I. pet. g.b. Milwaukee 44 20 .688 — Chicago 38 23 . 623 AV^ KC-Omaho 31 36 .463 UVi Detroit 27 35 .435 15% Pacific Division w. t. pet. g.b. LOJ Angeles 48 13 .787 — Golden State 37 25 .597 ll'/j Phoenix 30 31 .492 18 Seattle 20 45 .308 30 '/2 Portland 15 44 .246 33 ABA By United Press International (Nigh) Games Not included) East Carolina Kentucky Virginia New York Memphis Utah Indiana Denver Dallas San Diego IVest w. I. pet. g.b. 46 19 .708 — 41 23 .641 4'/j 32 31 508 13 23 39 .371 2TA 20 43 .317 25 w. I. pet. g.b. 41 24 .631 — 37 27 .578 S'/j 33 30 .524 7 22 38 . 367 16'/j 20 41 .328 19 feindt had to settle for $3,900 in second place. In third place was Joanne Garner, who began the final round tied for the lead at one- under par with Barbara Romack and Jane Blalock. Mrs. Gamer shot a 73 in the fin.il round for even par 216. Miss Blalock and Ml?s Romack both went three over par at 75 tie with Marlene Hagge at 218. Miss Hagge shot a 74 in the final round. Kathy Whitworth trailed at 219, followed by Sandra Spuzich at 222 and Debbie Austin at 223. Pam Higgins finished with 224, followed by seven players at 225; Jan Ferraris, Murle Breer, Micky Wright, Sue Berning, Joann Washam, Peggy Wilson and Sandra Post. Sandra Palmer Betty Burfeindt Joanne Garner Jane Blalock Marlene Hagqe Kathy Whitworth Sandra Spuzlch Debbie Austin Pam HIgglns Jan Ferraris Murle Breer Micky Wright Sue Berninq Joann Washam Peggy Wilson Sandra Post Beth Stone Kathy Cornelius Joann Prentice Sandra Haynle Betsy Rawls Carol Mann Gloria Ehret Donna CaponI Young Joyce Kazmlerski Betsy Cullen Pam Barnett Judy Kimball Joyce Ann Jackson Susie McAllister Carol Semple (A) Marilyn Smith Roberta Albers Cathy Duggan Kafhy Farrer Judy Rankin Gerda Boykin Sharon Miller Barbara Myers Maria Astrologes Mary Mills Carole Jo Skala Dede Owens Karolyn Kertiman $5,250 3,900 2,950 1,991. 1,991. 1,425 1,300 1,175 1,075 696 694 696 696 696 696 696 363 363 363 363 363 363 270 270 225 225 225 225 225 ISO 180 ISO 180 145 145 145 117 117 117 117 68 78 68 72-73-70-215 72-73-71-215 74-69-73-216 70-73-75-218 71-73-74-218 71-75-73-219 76-76-70-222 75-75-73-223 76-70-78-224 78-75-72-223 76-74-75-225 78-71-76-225 75-74-76-225 73-74-78-225 75-73-77-22S 75-7O-I0-22S 81-76-69-22J 79-77-70-22* 76-79-71-22* 74 -7e -74-2« 76-76-74-224 75-73-7^-22i 76-80-71-227 77-75-75-227 76-79-73-228 76-79-73-228 71-79-78-22I 72-78-78-228 7S-74-79-22S 79-79-71-22? 77-80-72-22! 76-78-75-229 77-76-76-229 73-79-77-22« 77-77-76-230 JO-75-75-230 80-73-77-230 76-79-76-231 75-78-78-231 73-70-79-231 75-76-80-231 77-80-74-233 76-77-79-232 78-76-78-232 Napoles Needs Spar Mates LOS ANGELES (VPl) _ The trainer for world welterweight champion Jose Napoles said Sunday pleas had been made to the East Coast in an effort to find sparring partners for the Cuban fighter's workouts for his Feb 28 bout with Erriie "Indian Red" Lopez. • Trainer Phil Silvers said four sparring mates have quit during Napoles' 10 days of workouts and attempts to find local fighters willing to train with the champion have been unsuccessful. Napoles, who lives in Mexico City, boxed six rounds with his two remaining sparring partners Sunday, African champion Cezar Ginda of the Congo and Lalo Barrientes of Bakersfield. Local Riders InEnduro Two Panama City riders, Russell Wiggins and George Jordan, participated In Sunday's Capital City Enduro over a lOO-mile course through the Apalachicola National Forest. Wiggins, riding a Suzuki, stopped briefly to aid a contestant who had hit a tree and was injured, or he would have had a better finish. Jordan rode a Triumph. The event, sponsored by Tallahassee Trail Riders Club, attracted 400 riders from all over the Southeast. The Enduro is a timed event with contestants losing points for being late or early at various checkpoints. The raUy called for 24 miles per hour average speeds. NHL By United Press International (Night Cornel Not (ncludad) East Gardner Paces Blazer Victory PHILADELPHIA (UPI) George Gardner stopped 25 shots on goal as the Los Angeles Sharks topped the Philadelphia Blazers 4-1 in a dull World Hockey Association game Sunday night. Browns Sign No. 1 Choice Wildcats Grab Southern Title NBWS-HERALDi Panama CMy, Fla. Monday, February 19, 1973 Page 5B Sports Dinner Set March 8th Everyone interested in Bay County sports is invited to attend the March 8 buffet dinner at Long Beach Restaur.nnt, when the 1972 and prior year sportsmen are named and given awards. The dinner begins at 7 p.m. and is $3 a plate. Voting on the sportsmen is now being conducted by Bay County Sports Association, and everyone is invited to vote for whoever it is felt deserves the honors. Ballots may be mailed in or phoned to President John Colmery at Gulf Coast Community College. RICHMOND, Va. (UPI) Although the top two slots for the Southern Conference Basketball Tourney March 1-3 here are already sewed up by Davidson and Furman, the scramble is on for third place on down. The Wildcats clinched the regular-season title Thursday night with a win over Appalachian State to cap a successful week that began with the unseating of Furman as conference leader Monday night. The Citadel, a 79-69 victim of the Paladins Saturday night, would like to take over the number three position from East Carolina by topping Appalachian State Monday night and the Pirates Saturday night. The Bulldogs also have a non-conference match Thursday night with Wofford, while the Pirates face Old Dominion in Norfolk, Va., Tuesday night. The race among the bottom four teams- in the conference is wide open, with each squad hoping to avoid the bottom two spots which will have the unpleasant prospect of meeting the Wildcats and the Paladins In the first round of the tournament. William & Mary's Indian.?, currently fifth after drubbing ECU 80-69 Saturday night, need only one more win to assure them a finish higher than the last two places. The Tribe hosts cellar-dwelling Virginia Military Institute Tuesday night and travels to Richmond for a battle with the Spiders Saturday night. The sixth - ranked Spiders j have a rough week, with Virginia Tech Monday night followed by VMI Thursday and the Indians Saturday. Richmond cannot afford to lose any of the contests, with Appalachian and the Kcydets lireathing down the Spiders' necks. If Richmond falters, the Mountaineers could escape the seventh slot by knocking; off the Bulldogs Monday night. Appalachian State, currently in a two- game losing slump at the hands of Davidson and Lenoir Rhyne, also has a non-league game against West Carolina Saturday. The only chance that the Keydets have of avoiding a last or second-to-last finish is for both the Mountaineers and the Spiders to lose all their games while VMI registers wins against the Indians Tuesday and Richmond Thursday. Biddy Is Led By Springfield standings in the Biddy basketball league that plays each Sat- day at Rosenwald gym are: Seventh grade — Springfield 7-0 and 244 points, Rosenwald Baby Bulldogs 6-1 and 289, Boys Qub 4-3 and 190 Everitt Baby Eagles 3-4 and 155, Hiland Park 1-6 and 104, St. John 0-7 and 64. Sixth grade — Springfield 6-1 and 117, Millville 6-1 and 93, Boys aub 4-5 and 110, Oakland (out of leaguev 0-9 and 30. Biddy - Millville 6-0 and 150, Boys Club 4-2 and 113, Springfield 3-3 and 131, Hiland Park 1-4 and 79, Forest Park Wildcats 0-5 and 59. Breaks Records BERLIN (UPI) — Emile Puttemans of Belgium bettered three world records Sunday at an invitation indoor track meet. Pittemans, an Olympic 10,000 meter silver medalist, topped Austraian Kerry O'Brien's previous 8:19.2 minute mark in the two - mile run with a cocking of 8:13.3. w 1 t pis g< go Montreal 38 8 13 89 244 134 N.Y. Rangers 38 15 5 81 230 142 Boston 36 17 5 77 243 177 Buffal* 30 20 9 69 206 163 Detroit 29 20 10 63 194 177 Toronto 17 32 7 45 178 194 Vancouver 16 37 B 40 174 263 N.Y. Islanders 7 48 5 19 119 280 West w 1 f Pts af go Chicago 34 18 6 74 222 167 Philadelphia 27 24 9 63 215 210 Minnesota 27 23 8 62 184 168 St. Louis 25 23 10 60 175 180 Atlanta 23 27 11 57 158 175 Los Angeles 24 23 9 57 180 198 Pittsburgh 23 28 7 S3 195 196 California 9 37 U 32 159 252 Blacks Hawks Lose to Bruins CHICAGO (UPI) — Derek Sanderson scored his first goal since returning to the Boston Bruins and Boston went on from there to defeat the Chicago Black Hawks 4-1 In a National Hockey League game Sunday night. Held scoreless by the hard work of Chicago goalie Tony Esposito in tlie first period, Boston took control and burst through for three scores In the second. Sanderson, who came back to the Bruins from Philadelphia of the World Hockey Association, scored while Boston was a man short. Dallas Smith was out on a penalty called with 0:28 left to go in the preceding period. Don Awrey cleared from the Bostonjzone and Greg Sheppard and Sanderson broke two-on- one, eluding Pat Stapleton easily for the score. Ken Hodge got liis 29th goal of the seafson less than seven minutes later, a short tap from the left of Esposito. Bobby Orr scored the third Boston goal and his 17th of the year on a power play with only 0:13 left to go in the period. CLEVELAND (UPI) Cle\eland Browns' owner Art Modell announced Sunday night the club's No. 1 draft choice in the 1973 National Football League draft, wide receiver Steve Holden of Arizona State, had signed a multi-year contract with the American Football Conference team. Terms of the pact were not disclosed. Modell, who said it was the quiclrest signing of a No. 3 draft choice in the Browns' history, added that Holden and his wife, Pat, would make their home here before the season gets underway. They now live! LEGAL NOTICES IN THE CIRCUIT FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIB CUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BAY COUNTY CASE NO. 73-171 IN RE: The Marriage of MARGARETE M. ROBERTSON, Wife and EDWARD G. ROBERTSON. Husband. NOTICE OF ACTION TO: Mr. Edward G. Robertson, ien-D Homer Avenue, Suitland, Maryland. You are notified that a Petition for Disiolution of Marriage hai been filed against you and there is a demand in the petiUon that the Court award tbat certain property owned by you and your wife, Margaret* M. Robertson, as tenants by the entire- Stadler'Wins Bobsled Title LAKE PLACID, N.Y. (UPI) — Rene Stadler Sunday won the world four-man bobsled championship to keep the world crown in Swiss hands. Werner Dellakarth of Austria was second and Wolfgang Zimmerer of West (Germany third. Stadler set a course record on his first run and finished with a total time for four runs of 4:22.05. Dellakarth had an aggregate time of 4:23.57 for second place. tjr and more particularly described " Beginning at a point which is 987.39 feet East and 670.36 feet North of the SW corner of the SE quarter of Section 27, Township 2 South, COURT, I NEWBERN, who died on August 7, 1972, while a resident of Bay County, Florida, are notified that they are required to file any claims or demands that they may have against his Estate in the Office of the Clerk of Circuit Court, Bay County, Florida, in the Courthouse at Panama City, Florida, within six calendar months from the date of the first publication of this Notice. Each claim OF demand must be in writing and filed in duplicate, and must state the place of residence and post-office address of the claimant and be sworn to by the claimant, his agent or his attorney, or it will become void according to law. Dated January 23, 1973. 8-Bobbie Newbem Pilcher BOBBIE NEWBERN PILCHER Administratrix Cum Testamento Annexe 6333: Jan. 29; Feb. 5, 12, 19, 1973 nge 14 West; thence 1 .37 feet, thence East Ran North 610.3. 329.16 feet, thence SouU> 611.45 feet, thence West 329.13 feet to the point of beginning, being in Bay County, Florida. Classified ADS Freel HeoHh Food Aufhorify, Mr. Richard Tolbot, will speak at City Auditorium tonight of 7:30 p.m. SSOO.OO REWARD LEADING TO THE ARREST AND CONVICTION OF 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 SHERIFF OFFICE 7J5-4351 or Arthur F. (Bud) TIfus Day 7t3-3991 Night 785-7155 Bids for extension of City Hall (Fire Station) are currently being received at CIfy Hall In Colloway. Further Information can be hod by contacting City Hall. 7«»-M11. BAY COUNTY COUNCIL ON AO- INO SSO HARRISON AVENUE PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA TO ASSIST DISTRESSED ELDERLY AND OTHERS REOARDLESS OF RACE OR CREED. TO OFFER PROORAMS THAT WILL PROMOTE THE WELL BEING OF THE ELDERLY IN BAY COUNTY. TO CALL ON THE COMMUNITY FOR ASSISTANCE IN THIS PROJECT. WE NEED VOLUNTEERS . . . PLEASR CALL 7IS-«4f7 .V -NOnCES CUT YOUR food bill in naif. JeM Panoma City Cooperotlve. 769-1829. New Day Nursery wilt be opening In Parker Area. March 1st 7S5-9<^1. 4—PERSONALS ida. to your wife. in Gardena, Calif. I Grid Cardinals Boos!" Prices .ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPI) - The St. Louis Cardinals announced Friday tliat ticket prices for reserved seats at 1973 football games will be increased to $8 from $7. The Cardinals said the bleacher seats, representing only about 4,000 of Busch Stadium's 50,000 seats- would go up to $4 from $3. The club said the increases "will only partly offset the team's rising operation costs." Bowie Jockey Is Suspended BOWIE, Md. (UPI) — Jockey Kenneth PIchette was suspended indefinitely Saturday for carrying a whip with an illegal battery in its handle. Merrall Macneill, one of the stewards at the Bowie Race Course, said Pichette's case will be put before the Maryland Racing Commission, which will decide the length of the suspension. ? OVERWHELMS EMERSON - •• -Laver Easy Victor TORONTO (UPI) — Rod Laver,; his serve in top form, overwhelmed follow Au.strallan Roy Emerson 6-,3, 6-4 Sunday to win the $10,000 singles prize in the $50,000 Rothraan's International Tennis Tournament. Later Laver and Emerson teamed in an unsuccessful attempt to win the tour- r.ament's J1800 doubles cham- Iiionship. They lost to the Australian pair of John Alexander 'and Phil Dent .^-6, 6-4, 64, (3-2 in a best-of-flve match. Laver. M, now playing out of Corona del Mar, Calif., took command in the second game of the first singles set by breaking Emerson's serve. Thereafter his own serve dominated the match. Emerson, 3(5, known for his service returning ability, was often forced into high, untenable responses to Layer's serves. "I felt as If I was a ball at the ehd of k itring." said Emerson after the match. Laver said his serve was the "real money winner" for him. "I was fully confident, especially when serving," he said. "When I was in trouble, I was able to get out of it with the serve." The win was Layer's third singles victory in the World Championship of Tennis tour. It raised his earnings to $35,450. His previous victories were in tournaments at Miami and Richmond, Va. Emerson, like Laver a transplanted Australian, now lives in Newport Beach, Calif. He won $5,000 for his second place finish and raised his own tour earnings to $18,350. *Emerson and Laver appeared fatigued throughout the doubles match, which followed their singles contest by 20 minutes. For Alexander and Dent, the victory was their first on the current tour. Rinn Victor In Toboggan BERLIN (UPI) - East Germany's Hans Rinn, the European champion, Sunday won the men's world championship in single seat toboggan racing and led his countrymen to a sweep of the first four places in the championships. The East German news agency ADN said Rinn, 19, won the championship competition at Oberhof, East Germany, with an aggregate time of 3:07.37 for four runs. Rinn, a mechanic from Langewiesen, East Germany, was followed by East Germans Wolfram Fiedler, Harald Ehrig and Hans Schulze in that order. The top finisher from a country outside the Soviet bloc was Rudolf Schmid of Austria, who placed ninth. Coastal Loop Plans Tryouts Coastal Little Major League will have tryouts today at 6:30 p.m. at the ball park in Parker. Boys 8 through 12 are Invited. Boys who have not yet registered may do so at this time. There are many positions open on all of the teams, both major and minor. Crusaders Go To Tallahassee Panama City Christian Schools' basketball teams will go to Tallahassee Tuesday to play McClay. The Ousader boys have an 8-0 record. Bass, Crappie Are Biting Bass and crappie are biting in Deerpoint I^ke. Fishing has im* proved since the recent bad weather, and large catches were reported over the weekend. MYERS HIRED WASHINGTON (UPI) — Dick Myers, a former tpori* writer for United Press Internationa) and an aide in the Rational Football League 's player personnel department, has been hired by the Washington Redskins as Coach Gcorgt Allen's top administrative aisl»< tant, the Red»Mns iiuiounetd. The East liaU of the NW quarter [ the NW Quarter of the NW quarter of the S£ quarter of Section 24, Township 17 South, Range 20 East, lyinu and Ijelng in Marion County. Florida. Lots 12 and 13, Block 13, of St. Johns River Estates, Unit One, as inns KlVCr csiaiCB, umi KJW^ on r plat thereof, recorded in Plat >ok 27, at pase 42, of Uie Publir Records of Volusia County. Flor- Margarete M. Robertson, as a lump sum alimony, and you are reqiUrea to serve a copy of our MTltten defenses, if any, to the .'etittoner or the Petitioner's Attorney, John F. Daniel, P. O. Box 1»71. Panama Qty. Florida, 32401, on or before the 12 day of March, 1973, and fUe the original with the Clerk of this Court either l>efor* service on Petitoner's Attorney or Immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you to the relief demanded in the Petition. Dated this 7 day of February, 1873, BRUCE COLLINS, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By Virginia Hawthorne Deputy Clerk «3«8: Feb. 12, 19, 28; March 5, 1973 IN THE COUNTY COURT BAY COUNTY. FLORIDA CASE NO. 72-875 EDDIE LOTT, Plaintiff, vs. AUBREY SHEFFIELD, Defendant. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I, T. D. Easterling, Sheriff of Bay County, Florida, under and by virtue of Writ of Execution heretofore l.s- sued out of tiie above-enUtled Court, in the above-styled cause, have le. vied upon the following property, situated and lying and being in Bay County, Florida, to-wit: One (1) 1962 Ford Thunderbird, blue in color, bearing a 1972 Florida tag. number 23W-127S5, as the property of the above-named Plaintiff, and that on the 8th day of March, 1973, at 11:00 A. M.. at the north door of the Bay County Courthouse, Panama City, Florida, I wiU offer for sale, and sell to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, the above- described property, as the property of said Plaintiff, to satisfy Execution issued in this matter. T. D. EASTERLING Sheriff, Bay County, Florida BY: W. J. Baufield DEPUTY SHERIFF 6349: Feb. 5, 12, 19, 28, 1973 Notice ii hereby given that the City Council of the (Sty of Panama City Beach, Florida, will consider at regular meeting on March 14, 1973 S issage of the following proposed rdinance: "AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING AN UNINCORPORATED TRACT OF LAND LYING CONTIGUOUS TO A PART OF THK EASTERLY BOUNDARY OP aHE CITY OP PANAMA CITY BEACH, FLORIDA; REDEFINING THE BOUNDARY LINES OP THIS CrrY; PBOV*)INO AN EFFECTIVE DATE. BE IT la^ACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF THE CFTY OF PANAMA CFTY BEACH, FLORIDA: Section 1: There is hereby annexed and made a part of the City of Panama City Beach, Florida, the following described land in Bay County, Florida, to-wit: PARCBL. 1: Commence at the NW Corner of the NB>i of the SW ','4 of Section «. Township 4 South. Range IS West, Bay County, Florida: thenoe South along the West line of said Quarter Section, 1023.39 feet to the Point of Beginning or parcel herein descrit>ed; thence South 65 degrees 00 minutes East, 190 feet; thence North 35 degrees 00 minutes East, 131.67 feet, more or less, to the South right-of-way of Surf Drive; thence North 82 degrees 47 minutes West and along the South right-of-way ot Surf Drive and the extension of Surf Driv* for aw .36 feet, more or less to the West Itne ot said Quar* ter; thence South along said Quarter line for 174.5 feet, more gr less to the Point ot Beginning. PARCEL 2: Commence at the NW Corner of the NE',4 of the SW'i of Section 6, Township 4 South, Ranxe 15 west: thence. South along the East line of Original Government Lot 8, a distance of 848.85 feet for the Point of Beginning; thence South 35 degrees 00 minutes West, 275 feet, more or less, to the waters of the Gulf of Mexico ; thence Southeasterly along the water's edge of the Gulf of Mexico, 192 feet, more or less, to the East line of said Original Government Lot 8; thence North along said line 334 .S feet, more or less, to the Potnt of Beginning, being a part of Original Government Lot 8, in Section 6, Township 4 South, Range IS West. Section 2: "The boundary lines of the City ot Panama City Beach, Florida, ar« redefined to Include therein said tract of land. Section 3: Tbli Ordinance shall take eftact provided by law." U «4: Feb. It, le, 26; March 5, 1973 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business at 428 Harrison Avenue, Panama City, Florida, under the name of MUSIC AND PSYCHEDELIC WORLD, Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bay County, Morida. MUSIC AND PSYCHEDELIC WORLD By: Edwin Burdett* Jewell R. Burdette Jamu L. Brofdon (3«S: Feb. It, 19, 26; March S, 1973 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE U hereby given that the City of Panama City has adopted a Resolution to consider the (Enactment of an Ordinance vacating and closing certain portions of Government Street in the City of Panama City, Florida, described as follows: That part or portion of land as condem'oed by the City of Panama CUy in that certain Judgment recorded in Official Records Book 249 beginning at page 20» of the Public Records of Bay County, Florida, now under use as a part of Government Street described as follows: Commence at the intersection of the centerli'ne of Beach Drive and Harrison Avenue of the City of Panama City, Florida, as they existed on June 1. 1957; thence S48 deg. 25' W (This bearing being the bearing of centerline of Harrison Ave. as of June I, 1957 and is used as the datum line for all l>earlngs given in this description), 243.50' on and along centerline of said Harrison Ave.; thence S4Ideg. 33' E, 37.50' to the Easterly R.-W line of Harrison Ave. and the Point of Beginning; thence continue S41deg 33' E, 401.06' to the existfng Westerly R-W line of Luverne Ave.; thence S48 deg 26' W, along said Westerly R-W line, 9.46' to the existing back of walk of Government Street; thence N41 deg 31' W, along said back of walk, 401' to said Easterly R.-W line of Harrison Ave.; thence N48 detr tS' E. along said H-W line. 9.17' to the Point of Beginning. All persons desiring to be heard upon the question of closing and va. eating said portions of said street are hereby notified to be and appe.ir before the City Commission at lis regular meeting on the 13th day of March, 1973, at the hour of 7:00 o'clock P.M. FRANK W. MIZE CITY MANAGER 6379: Feb. 19, 26, 1973 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that the City of Panama City has adopted a Resolution to consider the enactment of an Ordinance vacating that ser- t a i n Sewer Easement running through Block 15, Gulf Coast DeveF opment Company's Plat, described ag follows: The Westerly 10 feet of Lot 11, Block 15, Gulf Coast Development Company's Plat of Panama City, Florida as per plat on file In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bay County, Florida. All persons desiring to be heard upon the question ot vacating thai certain sewer easement ot said description are hereby notified to be and appear before the City Commls. slon at its regular meeting on the 13th day of March. 1973, atlhe hour ot 7:00 o'clock P.M. PRANK W. MIZE CITY MANAGER 6380: Feb. 19, 26, 1973 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH JUDICTAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BAY COUNTY IN PROBATE IN RE: ESTATE OP JOHN SMAUi NEWBERN, Deceased, NOTIOB TO CREDrrOBS AU OTtditon of JOHN SMAUi FICTITIOUS NAME Notice is hereby Riven that pursuant to Section 863.09, Florida Stat utes, the undersigned persons tntend' to register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Bay County, Florida, four weeks after the first publication of this notice, the fictitious name or trade name under which they will he ensaRed in business and In \vhlch said business is to be carried on, to wit: Lookout Motel-Apartments 4117 Lookout Street Psnama City Beach Florida JI2401 ^ Sara H. Smith Owner •378: Feb. 10, K; March 9, 18, lOTt. WANTED ALL HEWC0MER8 recently moved to Ponamo City (Boy Ccimty) that hove not been welcomea, to call .''anamo City Newcomer service at 743-1780. anytime. Componlon vnanted for veteron drawing VA disability. Reply Box F-455. News Herold. DIVORCE KIT for the no-taulf low. Now S20 .e0. For free details write: KIT, Bex 791, Pompano, Flo. 33041 B—LOST If FOIJWP Reward offered for 5 yr. old red Dachshund mole Lost In Lynn Haven. Has Collar a Flea tag. 743- WM 7»5-g5601. »l REWARD for Mock and wMtt Mmote cot, fun grown. Lost tn vicinity of McDonald's Wod. Wearing flea collar. Pamily pet. Call jIm Runnels, Manama City News H«r- oM, JtMtn. I 8— S AHOY! Find the boat you want in today's Want Ads. You'll also find terrific buys in boating accessories and equipment. CLASSIFIED ADS GET RESULTS WaPlACECONam ByCONTMa «rYAM • M M • Wdks 0 OHvMvcys M Materiolk Inip tailed B/ The 4 And Stat* Rood Dept. Foil and Easy ., EsHmatetl I liMeiwwd Cfiaetertaltl SIKES CONCRHE ^ PIPECOMPANY LlSthSt. 7*3-2111 Dixie Window Co. P » sew Joleuslo tl*.M NEED HOUSK REPAIRST NO JOB too small. I believe I eon Pluto you. Coll after 4PM Tn-*m, Roigh Turner. Roofing, roofing repair, remoonlng. Lester Hall. niWI. PAINTING: Interior-Exterior, quality work, Frto Estimates, Phen* 763. 4711 TRUCKING It doling, fm dirt dellv •rid. Concrtle work, cnrptntor work. 743-1439. CLBAN-UP - HAULINO OARAOI - YARD • JUNK RIMOVAL 7»4tm pointlnft WMrtod: reeling, gon. r««*:ira ft roip War ic" guoronteeir "7»-63 »4. •iHMen: Rxgtrt rwnodeiing. od«< lloni, caipontry, concrete work. Dykit Bull«ors. 7U4m Mr oW- inotf s> GULF COAST TREE SERVICE CALL US NOWI I I T «5-M5t ADDITIONI, mMMMonk Cof »»try, MMonry, Panning, CMMtt, ponofing, Ceilings. Corperti, « BulH o houM Coil Al Bokor 4201 cell oftei 4:lt H ne antwor. REASONABLE*I. RellablO houto i mobile home wiring In county oroe. .763-9857, 715-llM. SPRING Pointing Right Roto. 18 years txperltnet in interior & ex- lerlor. Call after t PM. 7t5 -«43e. Work tuaromoed. Ripaira My lyM (orponlry, pointing. roofHM^iMionry centrete. Local call Ta-4W1 WEATHER'S CONSTRUCTION CO. Painting, Roofing, Reniedollng Free Estimates. 743-2437 »—SERVICES OFFERED CALL The Experts For Completf Service & Refkairs APPUANCB BBPAm GENERAl, ELBCTBIC APtVU ANCE8 FRANCRISED 8BRVICB Weit Florida Tire A Supply PHONE 7tS-74M Authorlied WtttMBlwuM « FrMM- aire Sorvice. All rocltfgntMl elKMc range* and HO volt water hootort. Suit Power Ce. rwm. JONIS « BARNB* APPLIANCI IKRVICC REPAIRS ON ALL MAJOR APPLI WE SPECIALIZR IN MAVTAS. WHIRLPOOL, KKNMORR. UMtU. POWER TBANgMIBSIONB PILLOW Week! • dwln « MTM I N N - pulleys • Billt. RBMKO. INC. 1515 FUfWe Ave, num WATER COWPrWONIWO WHY BUY leu man the kosL LIM time Goorentoe. Russell's Rain (ott Water CondllloiMrt. 7«l-im. Any- lime. Water Sofltners and nitirt Free Water Analysis .... CULLIOAN WATER 7t3-ini .. EXTERIOR CLEANING West Fla Structure cleaning. Eves a, homes. It will look like new. Removes mildew & kills fungus. Call Frank 749-2323. EXCAVATING ft HAULING Dump truck, back hoe dosler A loader work of all kinds. Rea- lonable. 763-2^75 CUSTOM DRAPERIES * UPHOLSTBRT Cuilem dreeeries, svMggs A cocif ices, upholsforv • Mrlcs, Free otH- mnles. m-MV alter « p.m. m-UH OFFIC;E MACHINE REPAIRS PANAMA OFFICE SUPPLY Kepoir*. rentals, factory trolnod service mtn. Ut-iSV. BOATS - M0TOB8 Joe Minll's GuM Marina Soles, S«r vice and Dry tteroge. Y«ur local Johnson Dealer. 1500 E. Hwy. «. 7«3.3W1 SEWING MACHINE REPAIR Sowing ffnechliie • ropoirs, elt mokes, tpeciolizing In Pfoffs. Pfall Sowing Machine Service, 7I5.7W3 7M N. Ceve Blvd, EUEOTRIO WIRINO ElOCfriC (ystm inodquolor AdM IIOMi wlrhM or reoplrs neededf Cell day or iillol I'll iroot yo right. H. R. (Rescoo) Kent, Jts-tm. MOVING • STORAGE LOCAL MOVWI* 0 specialty. Loni alltence MI Teggee Bros. Transfer • llerage, Mil Mound. 785 3441 PAratTiw xCITADEL 'OIIPAIIY.INC |,n_^ milSTIMATES P '^ArdMitkltoilyitioodoflki ^ - pnfonliNtkilieoiMoit." MilNe«.rMrlgM | WHkMoslordMto wmiM ft HTHHW PAWTINC COMMIiaMftlfSIPiNTUl 769.033S MOBILE HOMB REPAIRS * SERVICE LAND CLEARING CONSTRUCTION WORK WEATHfR'S CONSTRUCTION CO, Pointing. Rbcflog, Remodeling Frto Estlmotet, 763->437 HEATING AND AIR CX)NDITlONlNG SERVICE i>RANKLiN'S AIR CONDITIONINO 3, APPLIANCE REPAIR. Fost Guronteed torvlce. Ph. 763-»7<i. Hooting, air «on«liMiliif, canlrois. Service on oU hrondiL ••OR«R C. tAY (IRVICR COMi MS4«SI PANY M Hr. Serylcs ELECTRIC MOTORSt Sales—Rtpairs REMSCO, INC. ISIS Florida Avt. 7IS-0S05 FREE CHECKIMG easy as: 1-2-3 $300-K MP tlw min. . knutn hobne* ond ttw wholB thing '» FREE. No. Emit to the checks you writ*. $200 -ie «Bp this min. liB •nir i'l.OblH» write. SIOO-K BBP this"iiiiinn ffiMMi bslsnM OM I your montfily MCVIM diMr^ is $2.00. SimpKfiad oc- counting. uNna sloo^tfV ^vMr $100, tha MonlMr MT- YicB dMrg* is $3.00. Write «s many dwdu OB you wish. 00. Member F.D.LC Panama City,Fta. D & O ROOFING, repairing A ro- roofiag our specially. 20 yrs. exp. Free ertimotoi. atS -3M7. MOBILE Home AACBers. InM;ll»; to insurance spodfieotions. 557.60 A up. Days> weekends, anytime. 7855144. Remodeling, repairs, roofing, point- .ng, custom built cabinets, store tlx. tures. Any siie |ob wolcomo. Morvin Throsher, 785-0148. ED WALTER COMPANY HOME Improvement. No |ob too lorge or small. Painting. Interior and exterior carpentry work of all kinds. For free estimates coll 7634779, 785-9080. TREE EXPBRTS cutting. Trimming. Roiflovlng. 785- tlM. Free ettimotes. 763-4M5. TREE SERVICE — Trmintnig, Topping, RemovH»g & Stumg remova^. Sodding. Free eslimatei, Jerry E. Mills. i86-5M2, 763-5605, 386 ^158?. PAINTING: For on your intorlot and exterior pointing needs coll: C. E. GIBSON a SON, Inc. 785-5740 Centipede Sod, delivered, Lawns planted, fortilized. Free ostimotes. 7«f-l07l anytime. HOU.SE Plans Drawn. Planning to suit your family need & budaets. 763-8382 offer 5 PM. CERTIFIED piano teocher wonts Students. Reasonable rotes. St. Andrews orea. 785-8539. ' ••JUST WRIGHT- ground groom'.o Clearing, landtcaplna molnfaln ng. Fill Dirt & Cloy. Owner-operjtof Loren Wright • 234-5831. DELTA BUILDING SYSTEMS. Corp. Drywoll Specially, »430 E. Hwy. W. Ph. 763-5«3t. HAULING OYSTER Shells, fill dirt, top soli, clay. Coll Jimmy Hicks. 763-4391, 234-5873. WALL PAPERING — Vinyl - foil, phlox, etc. Pointing, Interior - ex- terlor. Free Estimates. Ph. 763-5894. DEAL CONSTRUCTION CO. Bldgs, Repairs, Remodllng Free Estimates. 265-5670, Lynn Hoven PAINTING of all kinds. Interior or exterior. Large or small lobs. 2652854. SAT CONSTRUCTION CO. Free eitlmates. New eonstrnc- Uon & remodeUng. 769-1541 or 785-0901. gA— ytttWERSi at oirrs lERRARIUMB — Marvel at plAntt under slaai. Novelty types for children. 130 W. 15th St. Ph. 785-4S5T iSSjjRsi COLLIN* CMK Care, day A wghi. Weekly, babysitting A boortf. fsoo Cley Ave. Ph. 7«-3liH. JACK & JILL NURSERY NOW OPEN 24 HRS PER DAY. MON SAT. Ages 2 months to 8 yrs. Clean. 313 Mople. 7634)302. STETSON'S CHILD CARE. Day, week, hour. Fenced yard. Reasonable rotes. 20O3 Frankford Ave. ph. 763-7194. 17—RADI ioTTneEEVisBSr PENK PANTHER IV 2634 E. 15th (Cellar Giove) Phone JM-mt KIRBY IV authorlied RCA Salei ft nn- vice. 214 W; ISth St. Phone 7<3- IM». - tl—HELP WANTED— FEMALE GENERAL SICTY. Gol With good skills. Fritndiy personality. AAA Employment, 1316 Harrison Ave. 76f42M. Lodles take orders anywhere for Studio Girl Cosmetics, Hair fashions. Full or port time, Will train. 763-4370 or toll free BOO-621-4005 GENERAL SECTY. Goi With good skills. Friendly personality. AAA Employment, I316 Horrison Ave. 76»ti46. Woitresses 7 Seas Restaurant. Must be 21 Exp. preferred. Apply 11-12 UNIT Manager In Collection. Mon- Frl. 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Wage plus commission, other benefits. Reiloble firm. Write resume to P.O. Box 512, Panama City, Fin. 32401. EXP. BAR maid night shift. Apply Marie's Lounge. NEED someone to do title, billing & retail contract - Only exp. need to apply - 763-4495. COSMETOLOGIST, Jr. and Sr. High potential earnings. Call Gloria at Grants Beauty Salon 785-0571 or on the beach coll Jo Anne, Beauty World Salon 234-6162. ^ HELP WANTED GIRL Friday to help In office. Lite bookkeeping, typing, shorthand. Mon-Frl. S a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Steady yeor round employment. COVE CONTRACTORS, Inc. PORT PANAMA CITY, FLA. 763-7644 ATTRACTIVE cockfoll woitresses needed Immediately. Best money In town. Apply Breakers East or coll 769-0623 or 785-9691 for oppt, .... "LIFT OFF" .... A self-satlsfyln? LIFT ol snlrlts to help In Doctors Office. Dlcta- E hone aiM type too. $350. Call ea. T <9.1441 SneUlng & SnelUng . . . "SPLASH DOWN" . . . Tired of changes, settle down. In permanent bookkeeping position. A fine boss. Free bene. %m. Cau Bea. im-mi Snelling * Snelling . . MISSION COMPLETE . . PlactnK people in iiermanent UiUng positions It always our primary objective. Call Bea. 769-1441 Snolling ft SneUlng INFORMATION SATELITE Fire ft Casuallty policies are the iBterestlng t»ik« in nice cs- tablighed firm. I D L Mon. $400. Call Ilea. '>W-1441 Snelling Ii Snalling . . . COUNT~DOWN~. . To Happy landing for cute mill. Let your ability to greet people ft do tlU«i secures It. |3N. Call Bea. Te8 -1441 gRBillBK * BBelllng

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