Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on July 2, 1974 · Page 7
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NEWS-HERALD, pBimmaCH.v,Fla.,Tnes(iay, July 2, mi PageU SHKINGFIELD RETIREE - Bernice Sawyer receives a gift from Springfield Mayor Buddy McLemore Friday at a retirement ceremony for the 15-year city employe. Looking on are City Treasurer Jimmy Wlialey, left, and Commissioner J.B. (Decl<) McLemore. Mrs. Sa\yyer worked in all pliases ot administration during Vier tenure with the city but for the past few years she served with the water department. 50th ANNIVERSARY-Will and Daisy Stanley of Callaway celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary this past weekend in the company of their 9 children, 16 grandchildren and 34 great-grandchildren. The Stanleys children include, Mr. and Mrs. John Edward Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Gibben's (Edna), Mr. and Mrs. William M. Stanley, Mrs. Lois T. Morello, Mrs. Melba Bray, Mrs. Robert Hughes (Iris), Mr. William D. Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. J.V. Quackenbush (Billie) and Mr. and Mrs. William Miller (Bobbie). Mr. Stanley was born in DeFuniak Springs and Mrs. Stanley was born in Cottondale. Calhoun County News Notes Navy Seaman Recruit Judy L. Davis, of Thomas Drive, Blountstown, has graduated from recruit training at the Naval Training Center, Orlando. The garden of Mrs. Donald Leonard was the scene recently of the installation nf the officers for the ensuing year of the Torreya Garden Club. The ceremony took place at twilight with members assembled on the front side of the garden. Officers stood in a semi-circle In a Gazebo placed iii the center of the garden, and were Fete Planned By Yacht Club St. Andrew's Bay Yacht Club members, families and guests are planning a July 4 celebration at the clubhouse. There will be sailing races, a swim meet and various other entertainment. installed by Ms, J.D. Dowling, president of the Marianna Garden Club. Officers installed were, president, Mrs. Bowers Sandusky; first vice-president Mrs. Bill Stubbs; second vice-president Mrs. Terry Yon; recording secretary, Mrs. James Parker; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Moody Eldridge; and parlimentarlan, Mrs. Rex Davte. Mr. and Mrs. Laddie Williams and children have returned home after a weeks vacation at Mexico Beach. HURRY FOR CHOICE OF COLORS AND SIZES. SPECIAL GROUP CLOGS, KEDS CHILDREN'S SHOES ALL SALES FINAL THIS IS THE SALE YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR />/i////(r/i'f /ooru'/^i A> SUMi, INC. CHOW LINE — Fleet Reserve members, wives and visitors enjoyed dinner Sunday at the association building. Grand Opening The newly built Tyndall Yacht Club will hold Its grand opening July 4. Activities will begin at 1 p.m. All members, their dependents and guests are invited to attend. A barbecue lunch will be served from 2 to 6 p.m. Members are asked to bring a covered dish of food. The covered dish will entitle the member and his dependents to a free barbecue lunch. Members who do not bring a dovered dish will t>e charged $1 each. WIN AT BRIDGE Keep in touch with your hand At six o'clock a flotilla will be formed to proceed to the Panama City Marina to view the Fourth of July fireworks display. Civilian Retires Byron E. Ralke, a member of the 4756th Supply Squadron at Tyndall, retired from his Civil Service career Sunday with 39 | years federal employment. Born In Decatur, Ala., Ralke began his Civil Service career at Maxwell AFB, Ala. He was transferred to Tyndall AFB In October, 1949, where he worked as a material anji equipment inspector with the Materiel Facilities Branch of supply. Tennis Anyone Add some color to your plain white tennis outfit with brightly colored tennis bloomers. They, come in eingham check of red, navy, bliie, 'yellow or pink trimmed with white cotton eyelet. Its kind at nice to have one Holiday that keepa Ita aame date, no matter what our Congreaa does with the calendar- Ilie Fourth ot July, or Independence Day. With the condition of the world today thli holiday take* on apeclal meaning, and In a small way lu meaning comes down Into all our lives. We value the Independence to be and do what we want In our country...and women value new hard-won Independence to choose their own lltestyle. In this context Clothes Care Comments'' By • HaiN K. KRUSE may I suggest the Independence afforded by professional laundry service? It may seem a far cry from the founding ol our country, but It gives women the precious time needed to "found" a hobby, a civic project, a Job. Think about It and give us a call. AT FIRST FEDERAL NORTH (D) 2 • AK9 ? AK2 • 2 4^KQ10863 WEST EAST 454 4Q62 f J86 ?73 • J1098 •KQ654 • AJ72 •954 SOUTH 4 J 10873 ?Q10954 • ATS Both vulnerable West North East South 14 Pass U Pass 3f Pass 54 Pass Pass Pass 34 Pass 4 N.T. Pass 6« Pass Opening lead•J YIELDS HONOKiD HlUi By Oswald & James Jacoby Remember the story about the man giving directions who finally said, "You can't get there from here." South may well have had that story in mind when he played to the second trick because he made sure that he would get from dummy to his own hand when it became necessary. He won the first trick with the ace of diamonds. After planning the whole play of the hand, he proceeded to ruff a diamond with the ace of trumps. He returned to his hand by ruffing a club and ruffed his last diamond with the king of trumps. Then he led dummy's nine of trumps. East played low. South overtook with the 10 in order to lead a second trump. East won and led a diamond. South ruffed, drew East's last trump with his own last trump and went after hearts. When the suit broke nicely he claimed the balance. North had overbid a trifle and South had needed good breaks, but he also needed good play. If he had ruffed a diamond with dummy's nine of trumps he would have been stuck in dummy at the wrong time and unable both to pull trumps and run hearts. (NEWSPAPEH ENTERPKISE ASSN.) The bidding has been: 2 West North East South 14 U Pass 24 Dble Pass Pass 24 34 Pass Pass ? You, South, hold: • 654 fK J 4 3 2 •AQ9743 What do you do now? A-Bid three hearts. This should tell your partner that your good hand Includes three spades and five hearts. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner continues to three spades. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow WHEN COMPOUNDED If Savings Certificates are for you ... If you can put dollars in and leave them until maturity before taking them out, then you will reap the benefits of greater interest. Heavy penalties result from withdrawals from Savings Certificates before maturity. Come in and let us explain our savings plans to you. HRST FEMRAl SAVINGS S LOAN 144 Harrison Avo. • 1545 LIsonby Ave. • 2621 E. Hvvy. 98 • 630 Ohio Ave. Lynn Haven

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