Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 23, 1974 · Page 33
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Panama City, Florida
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Sunday, June 23, 1974
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Island Queried PALM BEACH, (UPI) Gov. Reubin Askew said questions raised by Treasurer Tom O'Malley and Lt. Gov. Tom Adams about the state's purchase of St. George Island S roperty are "unfounded" and ltUed they may have been raised for political reasons. "I think the feelings of suspicion are unfounded," the governor said in response to allegations brought up by the two officials. He added he thought the questions "had all been hashed over,during the cabinet meetings." O'Malley told reporters he was highly suspicious of the . transaction, which involved former Askew staff member Jim Smith, now the governor's. reelection campaign manager. At the time of the purchase a year ago, Smith was an attorney for the firm owning the beach property. In a separate announcement, Adams questioned whether the state had been overcharged. But Askew, making a campaign stop here, defended the purchase, saying "we may have protected what may well be the last beach left," and said the purchase price has "substantially appreciated" since last year. The avea is near Carrabelle. The land was bought for $6.5 million with funds set aside for the purchase of endangered lands. • O'Malley has asked that the state be returned the money that went for the down payment and that the deal be cancelled. He has called the transaction one of "the smoothest operations'' he has seen. Askew suggested Adams' comments may be "campaign talk" and said "O'Malley is understandable nervous because of the grand jury investigation." Adams is opposing Askew in a bid for the governor's sqat.a.nd, ' O'Malley is under investigation by a Leon County grand jury looking into possible state government corruption. CLASSIFIED ADS 3. Notices BAY COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGING 659 HARRISON AVENUE Panama City, Florida TO ASSIST DISTRESSED ELDERLY AND OTHERS REGARDLESS OF RACE OR CREED. TO OFFER PROGRAMS THAT WILL PROMOTE THE WELL BEING OF THE ELDERLY IN BAY COUNTY. TO CALL ON THE COMMUNITY FOR ASSISTANCE IN THIS PORJECT. WE NEED VOLUNTEERS. PLEASE CALL 785-6467. Large Print Paperback Books Pelham Bookstore 33 Harrison Ave. THE FUTURE OF THE DOLLAR Pelham Bookstore 33 Harrison Ave. TIME CAPSULE — In the year 2024 this time capsule located at Evergreen Memorial Gardens will be opened and historical information written in 1974 will be re-read. Businesses and community organizations from all over Panama City will contribute information to the time capsule which will be closed on July 14. A copy of the News-Herald's recent progress edition will be enclosed in the time capsule. • Campaign Leaders Named For Home Senate Race Senate President Mallory Home has announced that J.C. Bodiford and James D. Barr will serve as co-chairmen of his campaign for the U.S. Senate in Bay County. Bodiford has lived in Bay County since 1925 and practiced law since 1951. He is a member of the Baptist Church, former president of Convention City Lions Club of Panama City, served In the House of Representatives in 1955, was city Judge of Springfield and Cedar Grove, former city attorney of Cedar Grove and also served as assistant state attorney under J.T Adams'for six years. He is now serving as Public Defender representing Washington and Holmes Counties. Barr, a contractor, Is a member of Florida Alumi, Sigma Alpha'Epsllon (Grand Council Member), Lettermens Club, Athletic Advisory Council and City League Softball Team. Barr 369 F & AM, called communication, June 25, 1974, 7 PM, Work in EA degree. Henry C.Kelly Jr. Fm. J.C. Dean Sect'y Masters degree, and eating-meeting, Harry Jackson Lodge, 314 Lynn Haven, Tuesday June 25,6 PM. Glenn Black W'm. 4. Personals PREGNANT Family planning of Florida Inc. Toll Free, in Florida, 1-800-432-3753. Beach Warning System Built West Bay West Bay Advent Christian Church Services are: Sunday School 9:45 A.M. There will be an informal worship service at 11:00 A.M. Sunday night, Bobby Elliot from the Westview Baptist Church, will bring the evening message. Wednesday night, prayer meeting, Bible study and youth meetings are scheduled. Christian Science First Church of Christ, Scientist, at 11th Street and DeGama Avenue, will have as the subject of the lesson : sermon, "Is the Universe, including Man, Evolved By Atomic Force?" Sunday school is held at 9:30 a.m., Sunday service is at 11 a.m. and Wednesday testimony meeting at 7:30 p.m. The reading room is open to the public on Wendesday and Friday from 1 to 3 p.m. Omega Inn of Panama City Beach, in cooperation with the Florida state department of business relations division of hotels and restaurants area representative, George Parrish, and the Panama City Beach police department are erecting a v warning system on the Omega ' lhn' beach" in an effort to reduce the incidence of drownings on the "World's Most Beautiful Beaches". A flagpole which will fly a red Kickoff Night For Methodists Sunday, at 6:30 p.m. is "kick-off night" for St. Andrew United Methodist vacation church school. All church families are urged to attend the "old fashioned ice cream social" combined with registration for VCS. Monday, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., through Friday, June 28, there will be a full program for children, kindergarten through sixth grade. A nursery will be provided for the small children of the leaders and assistants. Mrs. Pat .Hudson and her committee, Mrs. Ottis Thomas, Mrs. James Roughton, and Mrs. Joe McQuagge have scheduled devotionals, group singing, class and activity sessions and films for each day. Friday, a picnic lunch is planned for the entire group from 11:30 to noon. pennant when it is possible that under-currents are a present hazard, and a green pennant when swimming conditions exist, will be under control of the lifeguard on duty from Ed's Beach Service. Other motels and busi nesses along Panama City beach have expressed their desire' to cooperate in the program and all join in pleading with swimmers and bathers to be cautious under every condition. majored in Political Science, was defensive safety on University of Florida and coaching for little league baseball and midget league football. The candidate said he will be visiting Panama City and surrounding Bay County areas Touring Group At St. Joe The Continental Singers, a world touring group of high school and college age musicians, will be appearing in a live concert on Thursday, June 27 at 8:00 p.m. at the Port St. Joe First United Methodist Church. Now in their eleventh year, the Continental Singers have traveled from coast to coast seventy times, performed in ail 50 of the United States and have appeared in over 50 nations on five continents. In addition, they have appeared in numerous radio and television productions around the world. . Composed of 25 singers and a 15-piece orchestra, these outstanding individuals are carefully selected from thousands of auditions across the country. Ethics Group Gets Going TALLAHASSEE, (UPI) The newly-created ethics commission, empowered to serve as a watchdog over the conduct of city, county and state officers and employees, Friday set its first meeting for Monday. First order of business will be selection of a chairman. Former Gov. Leroy Collins is expected to serve as organizing chairman, and retired supreme court justice E. Harris Drew likely will be elected chairman. The commission has the power to subpoena, audit and investigate issues and to issue advisory opinions to officials on what constitutes a conflict of interest or violation of the state's standards of conduct law. The nine-member commission, with a $104,000 appropriation, is to pick an executive director sometime before the law takes effect Oct. 1. Larry Gonzolez, staff director for the Senate governmental operations committee, confirmed that he will bean applicant for the job. Hauling In Jugs, Tot'n Out Money ORLANDO, Fla. (UPI) Poker players, housewives with cookie jar savings and other hoarders toted thousands of pennies in wheelbarrows, coffee cans, pickup trucks and little red wagons to a shopping center Saturday to turn them in for profit. Lines formed early at the shopping center where a group of merchants and bankers paid $1.25 for every 100 pennies in an effort to alleviate the penny shortage. Mrs. Betty Jo Spear, vice president of the American Federal Savings and Loan Association where the copper was collected, said by noon A THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY.... COMPARE TWO AND THREE BEDROOM TOWNHOUSES AND SINGLE STORY ONE BEDROOM VILLAS HoHzoiWouth FROM $ 21,114 5% DOWN UNTIL CLOSING FINANCING AVAILABLE IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY SEE BEAUTIFUL FURNISHED MODELS AND THE NEW CLUBHOUSE, NEW TENNIS COURTS & SHUFFLE BOARD COURTS -FULL COMPLIMENTS OF AMENITIES.! ON U.S. 98 '/a MILE WEST of 79 or on Back Beach Rd.(30-A) FOR INFORMATION: HORIZON SOUTH DRAWER 9480 PANAMA CITY BEACH, FLA. 32401 234-6663 THE NEW RESIDENTIAL - RESORT COMMUNITY ON THE GULF AT PANAMA CITY BEACH. armored trucks had already hauled away 750,000 pennies and she expected the number to reach 1.5 million by the time the windows closed at 6 p.m. One man, Armand K. Johnson, pushed a wheelbarrow load of about 300 pounds of pennies, collected over several years of penny ante poker games. One of the biggest hauls was the 175,000 pennies Al Lucas of Orlando collected from bubble gum machines. "We're making pennies cheaper than the government can," exclaimed David Jacobs, general manager of the merchants association.which paid the premiums on the pennies. "It costs the mint $1.50 to $1.75 to make 100 pennies. This should be the symbol for the rest of the country. It shows the difference between business doing something and the government doing something.'' For two teen-agers from Dover, Ohio, it was an unexpected bonanza that means they could vacation in Florida a while longer. Doug Jones and Matt McNutt left home a week ago with about $300 worth of pennies they had collected in an old milk can and whisky bottles. They read about the penny purchase in a local newspaper on their way to Disney World. Robert C. Baldwin, a chemical salesman, drove up in a pickup truck with three fourths of a ton of pennies in 18 gallon jugs. He thought he had about 80,000 collected over a 10-year period. It turned out to be closer to 100,000. 4, Personals 8 Services offered We want to welcome every new family recently moved to Panama City - Bay County. Call now for a welcome hostess and free gift cards, 763-1780 or write P.O. Box 2211 No cost or obligation i Panama City newcomer welcome service. WANTED: Persons Interested in providing a home for a mentally retarded child or adult who needs a chance to share in faaily Activities. Contact Division of retardation, region 2-A Office, Panama City, Florida • telephone No. 761-7055 or 763-0090. _____ Deeply concerned with the drinking problem of someone very dear to you??? Cal AL-ANON 769-0335. $25 Special Cold wave, only $10. PQ's Beauty Nook, 785-8909 ask for Bill or Pauline, Anyone interested in participating in a summer theatre program, can contact Jack Lewis at the Flea Market in Southport, 265-9519or Box 633 Lynn Haven. DIVORCE KIT for uncontested cases. For free details write: Kit,, Box 791, Pompano, FL. 33061. 5. Lost & Found Lost, male & female Brlttaney Spaniel, orange & white in color, in Forest Park. Ph. 769-4546. REWARD! 11 LOST', Hewlett Packard pocket electronic calculator, If found, call 7637427 or return to 2900 State Ave. FOUND IN Cove area, puppy multicolored, female. Call 769-2780. Lost: Black poodle, Tyndall rabies tag. 2Vi miles south of Wausau. Call 733-3405 Chipley. 8. Services Offered TREE EXPERTS Cutting, Trimming, Removing, 7856764. FREE Estimates. 763-4005. PAINTING: For all your interior and exterior painting needs call: C.E GIBSON & SON, Inc. 78S-S740. Weather's Construction Co, Painting, Roofing; Remodeling Free Estimates. 763-2437. NEED HOUSE REPAIRS? NO JOB too small, I believe I can please you. Call after 6 p.m. 722-4267, Ralph Turner, MILL'S TREE SERVICE trimming, topping, removing and stump removal. Free estimates. 7635605 or 286-5222. S & T Construction Co. Free estimates. New construction and remodeling. 769-1541. CENTIPEDE GRASS SOD Delivered. Lawns planted, fertilized. Free Estimates. 769-1078 D & D Roofing: Repairing, reroofing our specialty. 20 yrs. experience. Free estimates. 265-3267. FAIR EXCHANGE - Robert C. Baldwin, 49, and his son, Robbie, 22, hauled 100,000 pennies in 18 jugs to an Orlando shopping center where merchants paid $1.25 for every 100 coins turned in. The merchants association, which initiated the project to ease the penny shortage, expected to collect 1.5 million by the end of the day. (UPI) We PLACE CONCRETE By CONTRACT OR YARD • Pottos •Driveways • Walks All Materials Tested By The State Road Department. Free Estimates. Bulldozer and Crane Rentals SIKES CONCRETE PIPE COMPANY E. 15th St. 763-2811 E-Z trailer signs, Rentals, lease or' lease purchase, $25 monthly. E-Z , Rent-a-slgn. 234-2666,7026 Thomas Dr, Beach. PATTERSON BUILDING COntrac- , tors , Additions, Remodeling, Repairs, FREE ESTIMATES.,.763-5419, FURNITURE REF1NISHED Cabinets Madel C&LCABINETSHOP 763-7441 769-1992 WELDING all typesof metal. Dennis Hopkins, 785-4242, 265-3648. ACTION BULLDOZER SERVICE Land Clearing • Root Rake, No Job too small, or too large. 763-0155 E-Z Trailer Signs • "Share Our Sign Plan" is your lowest rental or purchase cost any where. No other company can match itt 234-2666 Anytime. Billy Newsome construction company. Building, room additions, remodeling, painting, roofing and repairs, small Jobs welcome. Free estimates. 763-0819. BAY COOL, INC. Specialiazing in window air conditioner repairs. Phone 265-3459 or 769-2323. E-Z Flasher units for your existing sign, pole or whatever. Multi colored flashing lights. $149.95. Prompt delivery I 234-2666. HAULING Oyster shell, fill dirt, top soil, clay and gravel. Call JIMMY HICKS-7634391. 234-5873. FRED B. WALKER PAINTING Free Estimates Satisfaction Guaranteed Residential & Commercial Interior. Exterior 763-8292 CALL ME for Driveways, patios and screen porches. Remodeling. Phone 763-7857 anytime. SMALL CARPENTER REPAIR Free Estimates 265-5556 Building, additions, repairs, Beach area. 25 Yrs. experience. Contact Jim at CAST-A-WAY MOTEL. 9819 • W. hwy 98. 234-2880 - 234-3129 After 5:00 PM. Home remodeling Interior, exterior, carpentry, painting, roofing, & repairs. Excellent work at low prices. Call Norman C. Hill 785-4750. Loving care, hot meals for your child, $5 dally, $20 weekly. 1919 Calhoun, St. Andrews. THE HANDYMAN Complete Residential & Commercial Repair Service. "NoJoE too small." FREE ESTIMATES "One call does it all" FINANCING AVAILABLE 769-2323 Liceraed-JJoridedJnswvgd^ DEAL CONSTRUCTION CO. Bldgs, Repairs, Remodeling, Free Estimates. 265-5670, Lynn Haven. TRUCKING, DOZING AND CONCRETE WORK, till dirt hauled. Call John Housner 722-4377 J&H PAINTING For all your Int. and Ext. needs Call 234-6338 FREE ESTIMATES wall papering. WASHINGTON PAINTING AND CLEANING SERVICE Paint Int. and Ext. Guarantee Satisfaction Call 7694550 ELECTRICAL WORK Save money- low overhead in county area. 769-4506 or 785-8284. HAULING, FILL DIRT, CLAY, BACK HOE SERVICES. 763-8649. BULLDOZER WORK - LAND CLEARING and leveling, call RAY KIRKLAND - 763-8217 or 265-3844 HELI-ARC welding call Dennis Hopkins 785-4242, 265-3648. RICKS STRUCTURE CLEANING Kill Fungus & Mildew on eaves & Homes 769-0333 Bull dozer work • land clearing - dumptrucks. S. O. Johnson, 234-6167. LONNIE WHITE'S ROOFING, re- roofing, repairing & built up roofs are our specialty. FREE ESTIMATES. 769-4182. RICHARDSON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, building, remodeling, repairs, painting & Build up roofs. 785-0772. FREE estimates. JUNK CARS MOVED, FREE OF COST. DAY, 785-4667. NIGHTS, 7633253. E-Z Flashing signs on trailer. $795; on stand, $745; you mount it, $695. $25.00 monthly rental purchase plan 7026 Thomas Dr. 234-2666 Anytime E-Z MAGNETIC SIGNS, $9.95 pair, All sizes, colors. 7026Thomas Dr.234- 2666 anytime. PORTABLE WELDING no job too small.Thepriceisright.DennisHop- kins, 785-4242, 265-3648. Drywall & Plaster Repair Work Any type job • none too small. Free Estimates. DRYWALL REPAIR COMPANY Call 234-2386 BULL DOZER WORK LargeCommercial dozer for faster & heavier work at smaller dozier prices. Land clearing with root raw. "We specialize in fish ponds" 763-4998 769-2467 REMODELING, REPAIR, ADDITIONS, ALL CARPENTER WORK. 785-0087. LEE'S TREE SERVICE Trimming - topping, complete tree & stump removal. Also specializing in SOD, GRASS SPRIGGING &' TREE SPRAYING, FREE ESTIMATES, call nnow, 785-6485. Swimming lessons: private backyard pool, small classes, qualified instructors, 2 week sessions. Ph. Ronald Carter, 769-1741 or 769-0501. LAND CLEARING Bush hogging, discing, dirt moving. Reasonable rates, 722-4222. 1974 Buick estate wagon, 7,000 miles, purchased new in December, 2865721 after 5:00. Will mow lawns on weekends & afternoons. Free estimates, 785-7676. Landscaping, bush hogging, grading, top soil, etc. Go with knwo howl Beat our price? Then call 785-920S, 785-6889 or 785-6712. WANTED HOUSE PAINTING TO DO. 234-2419. Ask for Calvin. Painting, small Jobs or by the hours, 234-9430. Need help for your projects and repairs? Workmen on call. Call JOHN NICHOLS-763-6872. Painting, wallpapering and minor repairs. Free estimates. C St H Contractors. 769-4798. Use Bank America Card and Master Charge for all repairs. Call T HE HANDYMAN 769-2323. STOP-SUN DAMAGE Reduce HEAT, FADE, GLARE, with flow on glass tint applied to existing glass. Free estimates. Call collect, 904-222-9121 or local after 5 PM or wk., 763-3S18. U-LOK-IT, Individual Storage Bays, various sizes, short or long term rentals at 2509 E. lUh St. CALL H.P. NORRIS 763-1525. CITADEL PAINTING CO. INC. , DRY WALL SPECIALISTS TEXTURED CEILINGS . STUCC*0 BLOWN ON EXTERIORS . COMMERCIAL . RESIDENTIAL . APTS. . BONDED - ESTABLISHED .RELIABLE 265-5602 OR 769-0335 FREE ESTIMATES Child care, 24 hr. servW^Joyfrtg core, hot lunch. S122 LiARfe Dr., Parker. 763-9825 ask for ESttlle. 16. Nurseries 17. Radio & Television Mrs. MAC'S CHILD CARE 24 hours, 6 days a week. Convenient location, 210 W. Uth St. 763-7918. COLLINS Child Care, day & night. Weekly.babysitting&board 130Clay Ave. Ph. 763-3896. LITTLE RED SCHOOL HOUSE NURSERY 24 Hr. Serv. 7 day wk. 915 Kraft Ave 763-4449 ' CHERRY HILL DAY CARE CENTER „ 6:30 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Weekly • Daily 785-0244 or 763-5043. Child Motel never closed. Ages, from birth to 90 yrs. hourly, daily or weekly. 785-1550.3702 E. 7th St. Hiland Child Care any age, 6 days a week. Hiland Park, 785-0087. Newly opened FAIRYLAND CHILD CARE & NURSERY. 24 Hrs. • 7 days week. 3907 W. 25th St. 763-7040. V KIRBY TV Authorized RCA Sales Service, 212 W. 15th St. Phone 763-3802. MOORE 'S TV • Authrized - Admiral -Sales • Service We service all makes. 19-Years at 1312 Beck. St. Andrews - 763-5962. T.V. needing repairing, you've tried the rest, now try the best, Free estimates, pickup and delivery. Repair on all sets. Motorola and Admiral warranty. Ph.(24 hrs,) 7692486, FRANK'S TV SHOP ZENITH SALES & SERVICE 1101 Ohio Ave,, Lynn Haven 265-2771, 22. Help Wanted Hair dresser needed: good clientele and working conditions. 785-4584 or 763-7949. Hairdresser and haircutters needed at well established salon. Coll 7632695 or 785-4461. ( Wanted Junior or Master Cosmetologist. Apply in person - Tuesday through Saturday. TR1MMETTE BEAUTY SALON, 106 S. Palo Alto, 763-8002. Maid wanted, Grand Lagoon Marina, Motel. Must have own transportation, 234-2948. ' HELP WANTED Full or Parttlme 18 and over Year Round Employment Apply In Person PASQUALES PIZZA 17458 W. Hwy. 98, Beach Night auditors, maintenance workers, maids, linen boys, desk clerks, waintresses. Apply in person, Red Carpet Inn, 9900 Beach Blvd. Panama City Beach. MICHAELS RESTAURANT Waitresses wanted for morning and evening shift. Apply in person. Call for appointment. 234-9414. 11834 W. Hwy. 98. Waitrsses wanted, experienced only, year round job. Good tips. Cooks or cooks helpers wanted experience only. Salad woman to help with buffet that has had experience making con- geled salads, aspics & jellos, year round job, good pay. Dishwashers over 18. Apply in person at the Harbour House after 10 A.M. Wanted, attractive, experienced, mature, bartender for nightshift. Call 763-8251. Help wanted, experienced wain­ tresses, cook and cashier. Po Joes, 14702 W. 98 beach across from Tour- way Inn. Cab drivers wanted: Apply in person only, Florida Cabs, Springfield,ideal for retirees, men or womern. Wanted maids for general cleaning must be over 21 years old. Apply in person to manager, Edgewater Gulf Beach Apartments. Experienced bookkeeper for permanent position as general bookkeeper. Must have experience in double entry journal bookkeeping. Hours flexible. Hy's Toggery, Panama Plaza Shopping Center. Need set-up girls & bus boys. See Gloria or Alex, Dunes of Eng Restaurant, 4 to 6 only. 8028 Thomas Dr. No calls. DOMESTIC MAID $2.00 an hour, 1 day a week, own transporation. Efficient, fast, thorough, references. Write J-115, News Herald. Student to help operate motel. Apply Gulf Crest Motel, 8715 Surf Dr. (Near Joan & Thomas Dr.). SECURITY GUARDS Panama City Beach Area must be 21. Clean police record. Good health. 785-1125. The Wachenhut Corp. An Equal Opportunity Employer. S.nging teacher experienced. Call 234-5493. Men to operate rides at Petticoat Junction Park. Ask for BILL McCOY. ACCOUNTANT SANDESTIN • a beautiful 2,000 acres residential resort community, located IS miles East of Ft. Walton Beach, Fl. is presently seeking a degreed accountant with 1 to 2 years experience. Qualified applicants should send resume and salary history in confidence to: BUDDY NEWMAN, Dires- tor of Personnel, SANDESTIN, Destin, Fl. 32541. Waitresses & bar maid wanted. Apply in person to Chateu Restaurant, W. 98,12525. AVON says... BE THE BEST BOSS YOU EVER HAD. Schedule your own hours. Make good money. Meet interesting neighbors. It all begins to happen when you become an Avon Representative. Learn more about it t>y calling: Call or write Sarah Skinner, Avon District Mgr., 769-0334, Rt., 4 Box 686, Panama City, Fla, 32401. TRAVELING Secretary: Are YOU ready for an executive schedule? Conferences, lette.s. $500. Call Bea. 769-1441 Snelling it Snelling Need lady in Panama City to cook and keep house for aged lady. Would furnish room & board plus pay salary if you wanted to live in. Only responsible, congenial person considered. Prefer one with car. (904) 78S-S614 June 30 to July 3rd for details. MOTEL Receptionist: YEAR round UP Front Spot. Route Calls Handle reservations, hourly. S2.2S. Call "B" 769-1441 Snelling & Snelling Local Dweller, who can take dictation would flip over this career job in legal Held. $400. CaU Bea. 769-1441 Snelling 8i Snelling SECURITY OFFICERS NEEDED Full time and part-time, all shifts available. Uniforms furnished. Must be over 21 and over 5' 10" tall. For interview and information, call Capt. Wadsworth, from 9:00 AM. to 5:00 PM. 769-0221 LIKE Working Around Reporters? typing but shorthand isnot req'd sick pay, ins. etc. $2.45 hr. Call "B" 769-1441 Snelling & Snelling STOP LOOKING ' Help wanted magazine lists over 5,000 new jobs monthly from coast to coast. Free information. HELP WANTED: 302 Ribordi Dr. Eglln Village, Fla. - " ACCOUNTANT: degree and able to Take Charge When Boss is away. Is Needed here. Immed. $W,0W. Call Jo. 1 769-1441 Snelling & SaeU|ng SALES: Old Established Company. Prefer Exp. but will TRAIN.^easy Working conditions. $4,600, Call Jo. -» 769-1441 Snelling & Snelling

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