Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 24, 1974 · Page 2
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,1 il« Panama City, Ma„ Monday, Jut* 24,1974 Banquet f Awards End CAP Meeting AT WATERMELON FESTIVAL - Here are some scenes at Chipley's annual Watermelon Festival. Left are Rep. Pat Thomas and Diane Quick, last year's queen. Center is view of some of the beauties in the annual pulchritude contest. At right are Rep. Wayne Mixson, on horse, and Rep. Earl Hutto. Attend Session Police Chiefs Tom McAuley of Panama City and Tommy Sullivan of Panama City Beach are attending a state convention of police chiefs at Fort Lauder* dale. Grover Loening, one of aviation's early pioneers, was the keynote speaker at the Civil Air Patrol region banquet, at Panama City Beach this weekend. The banquet honored outstanding members, both Cadet and Senior. Loening was the first person In the United States to earn a DOWNTOWN THEATRE 200 HARRISON PHONE 785-8331 FEATURES Stocy 3:56 - 7:00 Lady Frank 2:26 - 5:30 • 8:34 \ venue, METROCOLOR «ss® A MEW W0RLO PICTURES RELEASE ONLY THE MONSTER SHE MADE COULD SATISFY HER STRANGEI DESIRES! MCTROCOLOfl master's degree in Aviation, and worked with Orvelle Wright at his plant before World War One started. This aviation Legal Notices INVITATION FOR BIDS Sealed bids will be received by the Engineer in the Standard Farm Realty office, 2816 East Avenue, Panama City, Florida until 7:00 P.M. (CDST) on Wednesday, June 26.1974. at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud, for furnishing all labor, materials, equipment and services required to construct: Approx. 3,000LF of Road Grubbing and Grading for Lakewood Manor Corporation Panama City, Florida according to drawings and specifications covering the work as prepared by Wysong Engineering and Associates. Inc., 659 Jenks Av Panama City, Florida. Copies of the documents may be obtained by depositing with the Engineer a check in the amount of Fifty Dollars ($50.00) made payable to the Lakewood Manor Corporation, for each set of documents obtained; not more than two sets are available on deposit to each qualified bidder on the general contract. Plans and specifications must be returned to the office of the Engineer complete and in good condition within seven days after bid opening at which time refund of deposit win be made. No request will be honored until deposit is received. Plans and specifications may be examined in the office of the Engineer. A certified check or bank draft, payable to the Owner, or a satisfactory bid bond executed by the bidder and acceptable sureties in an amount equal to five percent (5 per cent) of the base bid shall be submitted with each bid as a guarantee and with an agreement that the Bidder will not revoke or cancel his bid, or withdraw from the competition for a period of thirty (30) days after the opening of bids; and that in the event the contract is awarded to the Bidder he will, within thirty (30) consecutive calendar days after it is submitted, enter into written contract with the Lakewood Manor Corporation, in accordance with the accepted bid. Bidder's qualifications must be satisfactory to the Owner. Lakewood Manor Corporation, reserves the right to waive informalities in any bid, to reject any or all bids or to accept any bid and such alternates that in its judgement will be for their best interest. 8862: June 17,21,24,1974. /"NOW OPEN\ "The Affair" 50% - 70% OFF Factory Outlet for Name Brand Lingerie and Loungewear Sport*wear for Misses, Juniors, Iren Swimwear — Baggies, Childr pioneer invented the amphibian aircraft, which had a significant impact on the entire industry at that time. Loening, in his address, took the members back to the early days of the Civil Air Patrol, when private citizens, in their own aircraft, searched for submarines along the Gulf Stream. Loening stressed that the CAP is an important bridge between the public and aviation. He stated that to most of the public, traveling by air Is something that is done by necessity, rather than choice. Long waits at baggage counters, long transit time between cities and airports, and the enormous amounts of land needed for a modern jet airport are all drawbacks, Loening said. The solution to these problems, he said, was to push the development of a vertical take-off and landing aircraft. Following his speech, Loening was honored by the CAP. The organization renamed a top earned award in the CAP senior member program from the Aerospace Award to the Grover Loening Aerospace Award. This award is given to the senior(adult)members who complete Level III of the Senior Member Training Program. Several awards were also given out to others during the banquet, including Bronze Clasp to Col. Tom Casaday, CAP; wing commander of the Year, Col. John A. Vozzo, Mississippi CAP; Meritorious Service, Col. Lee F. Smith, Ala. CAP; Senior Member Award, Maj. William A. Breeze, CAP; Senior Member of the Year, Lt. Col. Fred Estes, CAP; and Cadet of the Year, Victor Menendez, Puerto Rico CAP. Awarded certificates of proficiency were Cadet Frank M. Metcalf, Mississippi CAP, and Cadet Cris Kimball, Alabama CAP. Cadet Julian Allen of Mississippi CAP was awarded a chief check pilot's certificate, and the outstanding liason office of the year award was given to Major Roland Behnke, USAF. Puerto Rico. 30.00 SEATTI 29.77 29.77 OSTON NEW YORK UPI WE AT Hit F OtOC AST $ WEATHER OUTLOOK—Monday will find shower activity over parts of the mid Atlantic states, Florida, lower Texas and central Plains. Elsewhere, mostly fair weather will predominate with skies ranging from sunny to partly cloudy. Maximum temperatures include: Atlanta 75, Boston 66, Chicago 66, Dallas 85, Denver 86, Duluth 70, Houston 88, Jacksonville 86 Kansas City 75, Los Angeles 74, Miami 89, New Orleans 83, New York 66, Phoenix 107, San Francisco 66, Seattle 64, St. Louis 72, Washington 70. Deaths And Funerals MR. JULIAN MARION "J.M." COLEMAN Mr. J.M. Coleman, 64, of 2409 Island View Drive died Sunday at 6:30 A.M. in a local hospital. Mr. Coleman came to Panama City In IMS from Atlanta, Ga. He was associated with Harry Edwards Insurance and Real Estate until 1948 when he began his own business, "Coleman Insurance Company". He was a member of the first United Methodist Church, Acme Masonic Lodge No. 222 F. & A.M. and the Hadji Shrine Temple. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. In the Smith Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev SI Mathison and the Rev. Carlisle Miller officiating. Interment will be in Evergreen Memorial Gardens Cemetery with Masonic rites by Acme Lodge No. 222 F. & A.M. All Master Masons are requested to meet at the lodge at 1:00 p.m. Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Joyce Coleman of Panama City; a son, Michael D. Coleman of Panama City; a daughter, Miss Patricia Coleman of Houston, Texas and three brothers, Elmer C. 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KEAST, who died on December 5, 1970, while • 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 Circuit Court for Bay County, Florida, in the Courthouse at Panama City, Florida, within four (4) calendar months from the date of the first publication of this Notice. Each claim or 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 this 6th day of June, A.D. 1974. BAY NATIONAL BANK & TRUST COMPANY By: Nelson M. Taylor Nelson M. Taylor, Trust Officer Administrator for the Estate of ALFRED J. KEAST, DECEASED s-E. WARD HARRIS, Attorney for Administrator 8831: June 10,17,24, July 1,1974. Drive a cool bargain. 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