Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 23, 1974 · Page 31
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 31

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NEWS-HERALD, Panama City, Kla., Siilkdny, June 24,1974 PftgillCf % HONORARY MEMBER — Congressman Bob Sikes welcomes Vice President Gerald Ford as a new honorary member of the Hadji Temple. Sikes is an Ambassador in the local Shrine Club. Sfuily Planned In Apalachicola Bay APALACHICOLA - Dr. Robert "Skip" Livingston, Professor of Marine Biology at F.S.U., has agreed to do a pollution study of the waters off St. George Island in Apalachicola Bay. The monitoring will be done for Leisure Properties, Ltd., owners of the island, who have made plans for widely developing the 21 mile long island. The study will give standards on the quality of the water before any proposed development takes place. Recommendations to keep con­ struction to a maximum of 800 units, which would house about 2,000 people, and to learn the amount of pollution caused by such population density has not been agreed upon but is tentatively considered. The developers have anticipated 10,000 units within the next 30 years. A D R.I. (Development and Regional Impact) study may be made by the developers. Such a study would be advertised for public hearing before acceptance or rejection by the Franklin County Commission. Accepted, it would go to the state for consideration, and upon acceptance would become binding to the developers. Rep. Earl Hutto and other legislators spearheaded a move for a tough driving while, intoxicated law in the recent Florida,legislative session. The Legislature passed a stiff, DWI law which will take effect January 1, 1975. The new law provides that any person driving a car with a blood alcohol level of O.fb shall be punished for a first offense by imprisonment of not more than 90 days and a fine of not more than $250.00; for a second conviction within 3 years by Imprisonment for not less than 10 days nor more than 6 months Executive Honored David F. O'Leary of Panama City, is among 38 business people who have successfully completed Louisiana State University's annual Mid-South executive development program at Baton Rouge. Graduates of the program, in which 124 executives par* ticipated this year, were honored with special ceremonies and a dinner dance recently. The Mid-South executive developemnt program, sponsored by the LSU College of Business Administration, consists of three consecutive years of two-week summer sessions on the LSU campus, plus special interim ns c,n ^ments. Driver Law Severe m ths and a fine not to exceed $500.00; for a third conviction within 5 years by Imprisonment for not less than 30 days and hot more than 12 months and a fine not to exceed $500.00. A person period. No court will be allowed convicted of DWI may be. to withold adjudication of guilt required to attend a school for or imposition of sentence nor drunk drivers and his license shall a plea of guilty to a lesser shall be revoked for a time offense be allowed. This Will give Florida one of the toughest DWI laws In the Nation and should be instrumental in curbing DWI offenses within the State. City Coed Honored Corine Sue Jinks of Panama City is among the 48 Agnes Scott Coolege, Cecatur, Ga., students to be named Dana Scholars for the 1974-75 session at the woman's liberal arts institution. Students in the rising senior and junior classes were selected on the basis of academic achievement and demonstrated leadership in college activities, while rising sophomores were selected on the basis of promise and poten tialin these two areas. Miss Jinks, a rising sophomore at Agnes Scott, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs C.L. Jinks, Jr. of Dewitt Ave. Panama City, and a graduate of Bay County High School. \bu only need one insecticide tokeep your vegetables healthy* Spectracide. If you're looking forward to enjoying the juicy tomatoes, crisp lettuce and otHer vegetables in your garden, keep them healthy. Protect them from the dozens of different kinds of insects that can destroy them Fall army worms, aphids, leafhoppers.-flea beetles and other bugs you've probably never heard of. There are many different insecticides you can buy to combat them. But you only need one: Spectracide. It effectively controls a wide range of bugs and can be used on your flowers and lawn as well as your vegetables. Available in liquid concentrate, aerosol spray and granular (for lawn use only). It's simple. It's sensible. Get Spectracide. THE ALL-PURPOSE INSECTICIDE PRODUCE HOME GROWN RED POTATOES 10 LB. BAG FRESH CANTALOUPE 1" 3 /l 00 VINE MM TOMATOES LB. LB. 29° 25* 25' LARGE 2 AA ^ EGGS 89*^ FREEZER BEEF SALE! SWIFT PREMIUM PROTEM BEEF RIBS 'BONELESS CLUB (20 TO 24 LBS. AVG) •RIB EYE STEAK SEALTEST YOGURT 4/^00 DELI AND BAKERY SPECIALS KANSAS CITY STRIP BBQ BEEF RIBS GROUND BEEF •CUBE STEAKS CUT & WRAPPED MEAT LOAF 189 I MACARONI & CHEESE TOSSED SALAD ROLL CAKES 89 59' *1 59 PINT PINT] GIBSON DISCOUNT CENTER 836 W. 11THST. MILLVILLE AREA 2404 E. 6TH ST. LYNN HAVEN 81T OHIO WE. BEACH 6100 W. HWY. 98 ST. ANDREW 2201 % HOT, 98

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