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NKWS-lll';ilALI),I'i»ir,»iiiii ('i (y.ria.,Sim<la,v,Sv|»t.'mh <T !l, I'.n;? ran*' IH Ebro Race Results KIUSTKACK iHII'.ci |i Ti„„.,iii 7(j Yiiuii(!Sir 17 1 (1 .i ;r) I ill [ifilori'HMi A (IT- I .((I :iK(i .Jll !tl .l OlCl/l' I HI) Q\im2r,:i?.An SI':f')NlJl(A('K,l||||'.(,(l I Tirn.>:l(J',7 Midi l.i.vi' nm i:;(Ki lUsTiiKiildtii; 1. (Kl Kill Miiii'i -'iiiiT ;i 111 giiiii I r> 111 1(1 [)()(; 'iKiii r,(i Tlimill (A (l ';.(IIIIM ,.l M Um'-MK'. i-;vi ;MN(i 1(1 T: 1 («l .1 1 (1 l-'IH.STHA'l':.(llll''''l I' I'" U(iliStdr( '''«' W.ir M(((k S(;llli''i(his gmil7 KK K(l SKC(INI) KAf'K, KllUdC'l '' Tidc'.Ti'O .' .'.(I :(Cd I Ml I,) Id (', (Kl I Id :'.» Id () ^(1 ,1 0(1 •{ Hd .1 (id (. M(l (;.| ii 17 Id •lirid'iid 'C! 'I Id (. 1(1 Id Id 7 (1(1 (Kid I (Id I Id fi 'ill 11 Kd lil Hd Id.HI (Kl GRIDDERS PREP - Left are some of Rutherford High's hnemoii, David Myers, Greg Peel, Mil<e Animerson, Don McManus, Tim Richmond and Steve Smith. Photo at the right siiows Bay High in a scrimmage with quarterback Marry Bludsworth with the ball. Bay opens at Choetawhatchee Friday and the Ranis al home against For] Walton licacli High. Mosley docs not play until Sept. 28. Local Preps Ready For Season Football Standings Bay Coiiiity'.s prop fDoUrall squad.s aro "as roady a.s thoy'il over I K'", their coaches said as Rutliei'ford and Bay High prepare to open Ihoir li )7 ,'i .seasons I'^riday niglit. Mosley. the latest addition to the prep scene iiere, does not play iinlill Sept. 28. Rutherford opens al home against a Fort Walton Beach High team that was 8-2 in each of tlie past two seasons and will he a definite threat again. Kickoff time is al 8 p.m. at Tommy Oliver Stadium. Bay High tiavels to Fort Walton Beach to face a Choetawhatchee team that was 8-2 last season before a Florida High School Activities Association ruling changed the record to 0-10. The Indians had used an ineligible player. IVIosley goes to Tallahassee Sept. 28 to play North Florida Christian. All of the local schools have new coaches. Jim Redfern moved from Rutherford to the new Mosley school, Lee Matthews moved up to the head Ram jot), and .John L. Cobb, after coaching freshman ball at Memphis State came back to the school where he was an ace |jack2()yeai'sago. Rutlierfoi'd hekl its annual booster rally Saturday night ;it llie scliool cafelei-ia, with a fish fry and introduction of the players, coaches and band members. The Rams have engaged in a jamboree, winning from Choctaw, 7-0, on a touchdown by quarterback Ronnie Smith and losing to Niceville, 20-0. Bay's Tornadoes have conducted .sever'al .scrimmages and are ready to go, despite a new offense installed this .season. Bay's first home game is with an old rival, Dothan, Ala., High, Sept. 21. IVIosley, which had a Hi-O win over C'oltondale and a 7-0 lo.ss to CJr'aceville in a jamboree Fi'iday night, plays home games against Fori St. Joe and Chipley after npi-ning on the HHltlKiorc Ildsdtd IIMr'ilt Ni-w Ydik .MMllwailkcc Clcvi-liidii (liikliiiid Kansas Cdv Chi' af.'fj Mifini'Sdla (alifdinia •IVxas Grid Opening Thursday Sneads. Pensacola Arts Panhandle prep schools' football season gets under way with two games Thursday night, Chipley at Blount.stown and Union Springs, Ala., at Gonzalez Tate. Nearly everybody el.se goes into action Friday night. In the Big Five Conference Rutherford plays at Choetawhatchee, Fort Walton Beach High at Bay, Pensacola Washington al Pensacola Escambia, Quincy Shanks at Tallahassee Leon, Pensaola Catholic at Pensacola High, and Crestview al Pensacola Woodham. Ernest Ward Walnut Hill opens at Gulf Breeze, Tallahas.see Richards at Milton, Baker at Pace, Vernon at Graceville, and Cross City at Tallahassee North Florida Christian. Wewahitchka plays al Port St. .loe, Geneva, Ala., at DeFuniak Springs Walton, Century at Jay, Mayo at Apalachicola, Cottondale al SAVE 40% to 50% Famous Brands Mens Shoes First Quality! All Styles! Patent-Plus! Terrific new combinations of soft suedo . . . with flossy-glossy patent toes and fieels. In your choice of gleaming contrast colors. With porthole perfs .,, and other new groovy detailing. Get patented now! AVAILABLE IN DARK BROWN PATENT WITH LIGHT TAN SUEDE 412 W. 15th St. Open Till B P.M. ACROSS FROM GAYIORDS SHOPPING CENTER Sneads, Pensacola Arts at Mobile, Ala., St. Paul, Tallahas.see FAMU High at Quincy Carter-Parramore, Chattahoochee at Bonifay, Quincy Munroe at Carrahelle, Mart a ii n a at N i c (> v i'l 1 e, Jefferson County Monlicello at Jasper, Liberty County Bristol al Monlicello Aucilla Chiistian, and Wakulla at Tallaha.s.see Floiida High. Only one touchdown was scored in a jamboree at Crestview. Crestview beat Walton, 6-0, on a touchdown pass from Warren Byn\ to Audio Isenbei-g. St. Joe plays a scoreless tie against Marianna, Marianna against Crestview, Crestview, Chipley against St. Joe and Walton against Chipley. Chipley had drives going against both opjionents but could not score. In another jamboree at Graceville, Cottondale heat Pensacola Arts, 7-0, on a touchdown by Reggie Bellamy, Grace\'ille won from Arts, 7-0, on a score by Elmo Capehart, and Paiiaina City Mosley bent Cottondale, 16-0, on touchdowns by James Comer and Mike Durden. In a Friday jamboree Chattahoochee and Vernon played a scoreless tie, Bonifay beat Vernon, 14-0, with Ben Brunei' and Gary Kieth scoring for Bonifay, and James Pai'k for Vernon, Blountstown beat Chattahoochee on a .scoring pass from Gerald Goodman to Garrett. KA.ST .SHtllriluv's ('iilli-Ki> I'willmll Itimills By IlnltiMl I'rcsh InUTimlloiiHl IXkOawaiC'lS Akrciii24 Mdly CfosH^iO M;).ss;i(hiisftl.s'2''i .StH-phcnl2(IW.Vd Wdslcyaii? Wcfil l,il ;iTly2 ;i Salem 1.) WVii Stii/,i-:il W.Va •l\.ili(l KdinljordSi (i KainiUJiii Si. d (dci .Soulli Aluhaina A&M II Missls.slp|ii Valli-;, i:i Al/n.'t 'M Culver Sio'kidd fi lilllcficlilSI 27C(>riiiii'IH ClTOlvin l-ri'lii-Clliuli) l:! y.O. Kcntmky Hi (.'T ChaKaiiditiM (i llanipdi'n-.Syilncy ^(aiilldiin KcnIiiikySl. IIISI. I'dulslVa ill Vlrfiinla lliVMlO Wlillain&Maiy.il VI'I24 s N arlh Canjllria Cenlral 21. Wjiislrtu .Salcdi l.J MTarsllili:)lMillsa|is7 Tpxa.s ArlidKlon '11 .North Texas Slaii- 7 Mississippi '21 Vill.anova (i NTlchdlls Slale 7 Teiinessee-Mardii (I Western Keiitiieky 12 A[ipalartii;iri .Stale 7 fJeorKclowii (Ky.) I.'l Findlay 0 AsllldlKl 'M Franklin (lild.) 27 Central Slate 2!) Mdrehcail (Kv i Slate 21 .Memphis .Stale 2« l .<)iii.sville 21 MIllHI 'St Defiance28Olivet (Mich). I.') Dubucpie IS Milton (Wis). (I F,.Michigan 17a-ill.Si. 14 Si. I.dins Guslavus Adolphn.s i:u .>shkdHh7 Pinshiiri^h Mainline I'J Wisronsiii-Meiidiiiinie.'l .Montreal Indiana Central 10 Evansville 2 .New York UiCorsselWNorllilamn ChicaRo Lakel.nnd 20 Illinois Benedictine H) r'hiladelphia Minnesota Duliilh 2!)SupeiiorI) WKST MoorheadSl.lUMinot St. 7 Nebraska'lO UCI.A I.'i Cinrinnaii Platlville M Si. Norlx-rl 12 I/)s Angeles S. Dakota St. .'lilSoillhwest Minnesota (i .San Francisco Slpvensl't. (Wis).21 K. lllinois2() Houston St. Thomas 14 Cloud St. V.i Atlanta W. Michi(;,in IS C. MichiKan l.'i .San IJii 'KO WMhiiewater7 N. MieliiKinil) Wi'M Arizona .'U Colorado St. 0 Idahn62Texas-F,l Paso 14 Montana State 42 Idaho Slale 7 Tide Table SUNDAY Panama City hi^It a.m.. irm 7..'12 p nc. Port S I . .loe hi^h '1:12 a.m. low 7:2:') p.ni : Apalachicola hiRh(I:0.'<;i.fn . 2:l.')p.jn.. low 11) O.'j a.ni.. U);:i2 p.m. svinlise ('):21 am., svmse; liTiIi p.m. MONDAY Panama City hiiih l):4i) a.m.. low 7.1(1 pm.; Port St. Joe hiKh I0:(I8 a.m.. low 7 .'i.') p.m.; Apalachicola hiHh5:43a.m.,.'I:r)Hp.m., low 1():.'12 a.m.. 11:01 p.m.; sunrise (i:22 a.m.. sunset r]:r )2 p.m. TUESDAY Panama City high 10;41 a.m.. low tliltl p.m.; Port Si. .Joe hif,'h 11:00 a.m., linv 7:24 pin ; Apalachicola hi);h S:M a.in, 1:57 p.m.. low 10. M a.ni . U::iU p.nt.: .sunrise (1:22 ;i.m, smisel 1):^) p.m. WEDNESJ lAY Panama Ciiy ln^h 1 :12a .m., I2:(18p.m., 11:2.') p.m.. low .1:4r) a.m.. (>:4r» p.m.; Porl Si. .Joe hi^'h 1:31 a.m.. 12:27 p.in., 11:42 p.m.. low.'):,'« am,. (i:,'W p.m.; A|)alachicola hi(;h 5:2K a.m.. frSI p.m.. low 11:24 a.m.. J1:4H p.rn , sunrise ():2.'{ a.m., Iow(j:40p.m. TIIUH.SDAY Panama City hif^li 1]:.'1.5 p.m.. low ti:ll am.; Poll St. .loe hi0l 11:5-1 p.m.. low n:,'14 a.m.; Apalachicola hlKh 5:27a.in,. 0:4(1 p.m,. low II :5(i a.m.; suniise(i:2.'Ia.m.. sunset (i: IK p.in. FRIDAY Panama C'ity hiKh 11:,'!,') pni,, low (i: II a.m.; Port St. Joe liiKh none, low H:24 a.iii ; Apalachicola Mnh5:'I7 n.l}}.. IJ: 111 p.m.. low 11 .W a.m.; sunrise(3:24 ;i.m., sunset 5:47p.in. SATCHDAY Panama City hiyli none, low UI:II a.m.; Fort Si. Joe hi«h 12:10 a.m., low 10 :04 a.m.; Apalachicola hlRli 5:39 a.m., 8:'27 p.m., low 12:14 a.m.. 1:08 p.m.; sunri.se 6:21 a.m., siiiisel ():4() p.m. AmtTlclinsljciiKUe SlHiiiIiilKi lly I'niled Cress InlernHtlcmHl w, I, |Mt. K-l'- 81 ',1 78 M 7.') Ilk 72 71) (18 7,'i .ri87 Ml r/24 .r,()7 .182 r,l H.'i 424 West w. 1. pel. 'i82 |1,') r,(KI m 1117 ;i:-)(l 82 :,') 71, (il 71 71 rn 72 1,1 7:i 4:i !)i Satiirdity's It4*siills C.Malllornia 'I Kan.sa.s Cily C, Isl California 4 Kan.sas Cily .'I. 2iid M.Mliillesota (i Chicat,'o 2 N.Mew York If) .Milwaukee 1 llMetrou fi lioston I haltimore (i Cleveland 1, (wlliiiht TMexiis 4 Oakland .'i, nitdil ,\Ari<).\'.\i. iKAdit: .s'l A.Ni)iN(;s By l.'nited Press InUTHHllonal 81/-, 11 hV, 2.'i K.h. II,., 12 14 Nlljlll Wello I-iicky Zip f.'arinelila Quln r ..7 .18 20 FOb'UTII HACK. (Mil Arnerlc;lli f'jdlilr-ni Soft So Hey Whiley Qllln I .KIOKO FIFTlIUACI-i.CIUl'.Od li lime:ill22 Ml.schiel .Maker HI dd 1(H) lll.s liaiiyoii 180 El Proilui to (Join 2 8.18 CO SIXTIIItACIMIIIP.Cd.U 'iio,.''l(l 77 Helly ,Mi Alei' 'I «d 17 11(1 Rocket Foi .Ml Poky Qum,') 1 fik.OO liIKC^Pool2'IIK2d First Hall liIKC^2 8 i H.exi li.ince, .Si'conil Hall \Uut)'.< I .'1 tickets |.:iv'l72 i.d SKVF.NTII HAI'K (1111'Cd \> Tiiiieliiril Hauler liar l.'lkd 1« 2d (.(id Tell .%'o One 1) Ml :i (Id Aspliall V,'an 2 i,(i QuinZliCI 8« KKIHTII HACK (HIP (;d I liine Id K, Villa .Maioie H.IXi 1 Id .1 2ll Darkle .McAfee ;.(,() .1 Od Ill.sSlim ,1(10 Quid 1 fi.'IOOO NINTH HACK. CHIP, Cd TiineliO 80 .Make f'orrovei 7 (Kl I Id Villa Terry 7 40 SansaneHlacklloss QuinO-H(iO(lf) TKNTH HA('K,('HIP,f;d iJ-Tinie.il.dl F.rik H I 0(1 ;> Bd Sun Kale 110(1 Red Whiz Quin 1-4 82.(10 I-:i-KVKNTIi HA('K,(.'IIIl'(;d ( - Tine-:)ll 78 .M ISS Dainty Hid') a 2d l.Od lilossomTiiiie .'180 1 (III KlCroiicho (.0(1 yum l-(;26 8() TWKI,f'"nil<A('K.('HII'.f;d II Time .id 71 Irish Prinlei 8'20 :i 00 1211 Klises Daughter 4 00 .'lid liusle.l 2.80 yuln 1 8 18 10 D-D II (Xi.'.Kl Peid-cla 1 H COdO Attendence 780 Handle 7d,(i,')4 Bruce Ford I .iK ky Mdiiti nils Fiontii I'l osly Spot (jvdilil 8 18 00 n D7 1 10 0(1 TlllHI)IiA('K, KIlHd.Cd D Tlliie T (Kl 2 1,(1 .1 lid .14 10 8(1 I 2(1 :) 20 .'I (1(1 2 (1 (1 1 21) rimi';iO . 1 00 :i Cd :i 0 (1 HO ;i 111 i; 2(1 7 (21 .'12d Hrillidldeck Itolis C,lllel 'II Cllll .'vHllc (.loin I 7 18 1)11 FOI.'11 111 KACK.CHIP (Id A Span 7 1,11 l-iilUlied ColdenCo (;uiiir. 7 Hi.'20 FIFTH HACK,CIIII',';d Ii- l 'iiiic .l(l(l2 lloDelaney HI IK) 4.0(1 Cyiano C III I.ea Shelia Quill J 2 22 m SIXTIIHACK.CIIII'.Cd C J'lme II dV Hl.slloo /i -r l.'Mli J IKI l .ii |ioSkilio I ;'(I Ptolemy 1,11)10 ') 8 27 110 ilO;01'ooi:).!)l4.00 First Half Hi); Q I 2 HlrH-xchaiii^es Second Half Bin Q S 8 :'i licki-ls pa V 782 8(1 SKVKNTH HACK.CHIP,Cd A Timelll CoiJiel Ci, :(K III III IKl HI Ml pepper Red 7 211 ,1 Ml lies Awake 8 80 (;uiii 1 HIV I CO KKIHTll HACK. FIiH(),(id P.- riiiidV :i8 Texas li.CO 4.20 .1(1(1 Clieehaw Pedler :'i.liO .'1.211 Cody Hill :i.40 Uum I ,114 21) NINTH RACK, CHIP, Cd D-Tiiiie .10 87 .J.JsTriKie ''ilKI '! Ill .'I .HD AW Shadow i; IKl 11 (1(1 .Mliieolii WilK 7 81) yiiin2-8,'.l (10 ,1 2(1 .'. 2(1 ;t 211 .1 II! 8 HO :i H(i 1 110 I 2d :il '.fid A-Timc,'IO..'iO 2,'l.8d 12. (Kl .'1(10 -) 10 2.80 2.111) TKNTH RACK,!,' Copper I.ink .S'l 'aiiHaj ^e Honkey •K.'s Sweetie (^ilin 0-8 f ,0 80 KI.KV 'K NTII RACK! HIP. Cd H-Tiiiie .1(1 (i.'l Kds.Sara .Jane 11 .40 '.) :!(! 4 .211 Villa .Sam Ti ;.'ll 2 .80 MCs Black Queen (1211 Vum.lC 2:1,20 TWKI.FTH RACK.CHII I.iiiky .Joe Sansaj^e .let Stoney Lee .(Id. A -Tune.Ill :i2 1700 fiWl ,')M) 17,20 Kifl ;),2(1 Shoots 69 (night games not included I I.. PCT 72 7(1 .507 ('.« (M m 72 .480 (18 7.') .482 (17 72 .47!) C'l 78 .147 PCT. 5(1 (iO.'l .585 .571 .500 47;i .:i64 C.Ii. 11,2 3 ,'i 4 1 81--, C.li. •>h •V, 17', J National League Chicago3St. Louis I Montreal 3 New York 1 Pitlstjuigh 5 Philadelphia:! Atlanta .3Cincinnall 2 I louston 9 San Francisco 7 San Diego-Los AOKi'les. uoOiI Sunday's f'riihabli' Pitchers Ity Cnited Pri-ss lnt4Tniillunal American League Chicago (Kaat I.'M2i at .Miiiiiesotii (RMi-M-n 17 141 MilwauUi-e iparsiins :i-(il at New Yotk (Sinttleniyre 13-141. Detroit (Lollch 13 -131 at Uosloii (Curtis 12-121. California (Mav 7-14 and Ilassler 0 2l at Kansas City I Litte'll 1-2 ami Drago 1213), 2. oBaltimore ijefferson 4-4 and Palmer IH81 at Cleveland (Ttmmernian 8-5 and Kekich 2-4). 2. Oakland tllunlcr 18-3i at Texas iliibiiy (j-9i. nlRhl, Smliinal l.i'aRBi' New York (Stone y-:il at Moiilreal (Moore 7-141 Pittsburgh iliriles 12 )21 al Philadelphia iRuthven6-9). St. Louis (Folkers 4-4) al Chicago (.lenknis 12141. .San Diego (TriH'd.son 6-fi) al Los Angeles (Downing 9-81. oiloiislon (Richard .5 -2) at .Sa)i Fianci.sio (BarrllH). Cincinnati (Ciillctt KJ-H and Norman 1112) .11 Atlanta (P. Niekro 1:1-7 and Hart isiili Hl-4 ., 2, PRO KXniBITIONS Now York C;i;ints Cli'vi'l;niii Ui Piltshuryh 19 AilariutO ^'^'v^ York .Ids Ki Hiiil;ir)i'J(>l));t \:i Elect Jim AAoore Councilman Of Parker No More Tax^s without referendum Giants Win AKIWN, Ohio (UFI) -Ron Johnson ran foi' two touchdowns Saturday night lo lead ilie New York Giants to a 21-1(1 victory (U'er the Cle\'elaiid Hnnviis and a perfect (i-O r(>coi'(i in .\alional I'\)oll);ill Wcai^iic c.xliihition play. .lohiisoii punched iicross from the oiK^ on 1hi^ first scries of pla>'s and af,'aiii from the three ill the third (luartcr, shredding; his former (eammalcs for V.iH yards in 2',\ carries. P'R2\NKF0RT, Ky.—linice f-'ord, young Lynn Haven, Fla., pro, shot a (ii) in the fii'st round of the Clovernor's Open golf toui'nament here and is iwo strokes out of the lead, held by F:ddie Tyree, Louisville, Ky. The tournament ends Sunday. Ford also had a (?l) in Friday's {)rogram. Ford was driving well Saturday iiut could not sink long putts. Steelers Roll [^ITTSBUFKJM (UP!) —The r ^ittsburgh Steelers parlayed their vaunted defense with a strong offense Saturday night to lilaiik the Atlanta Falcons 19-0 in the [)re-season finale for both tea ms. VVinebacker Jack Ham recovered a fumble by quarterback Dick Shiner on the Atlanta 19 in the opening minutes of the second quarter to set the stage for the Steelers's first .score. Frenchy Fuc|iia I'an 12 yards around right end and on tlie next play hit right guard for a score from the seven. The Steelers marched 87 yards for another score midway in the period, clima.xed by Terry Bradshaw's eight-yard pass to wide receiver lion Shanklin with three seconds remaining in the first half. Roy Gerela on a second attemiit kicked a .'3.3-yard field goal to give the Szeelers a Ki-O lead. His first attempt was fumbled but the Steelers recovered on the Atlanta 26. The .^7-yard scoring dri\'e was eased by Bradshaw jias.ses of 23 yards to Barry Peanson and Shanklin. Quin hi m.m IJ-D r, (J 112.80 Perfecla 11 -7 411(1 .80 Allendence 1,888 Handle 11 )2,9 )4 Junior Highs To Be Busy liay County's four junior high schools will have another busy football sea.son, although only .seventh and eighth graders will play at Mowat, which has lost its ninth grade. Jinks, last year's champion, opens against Bonifay Sept. 20 a t To m m y 01 i ver S ta d i II 111. Fveritt's fiagles w-'ill play Rosenwald at the latler's new stadium on the campus on Sept. 20. Rosenwfild, however, opens a week earlier, going to [3othan, .'\la.. 10 jilay Young Thursday al 7 p.m. Mowat will play Mai'ianna Middle School in a 2:'M) p.m. game at the Lynn Havtni field. Crusaders Open In Apalachicola Panama City Christian Schools' footlh'ill 'c'lrn opf 'ii .s its season Thursday night, playing the Apalachicola High junior varsity at Apalachicola in a (i p.m. game. The Crusaders will face Bristol's jay\'(?es Sept. 20 at Pete Edwards Field. Panama City Christian is now a member of the Florida High .School Activities A.ssociation. Arizona Tops — Junior fullback Jim U p c h u r c h r a n for t w o touchdowns and 102 yards Saturday as Ari'/.oiia unleaseil a grueling ground game en route lo a 'il-Q victory o\'er Colorado State in the U)T.i Western Athletic Confereiico' opener. f( Western has PLENTE-E-E of U.S. choice steaks! Come by for a luncheon special MONDAY THRU THRUSDAY ^,?,iyS.If ''^'^"•Y IN FOR DINNER. WESTERN SIZZLIN WILL PREPARE YOUR U.S. CHOICE STEAK JUST THE WAY YOU LIKE BANQUET FACILITIES AVAILABLE Mopveyour money iQ) to 7.50% here^ how: PLENTY OF U.S. CHOICE STEAK STEAK BOnSE CALL roH oitoins TOGO iiU n fHUfOI 10 S NINIMIIIIINTON DOU fAMILY PLENTY OF U.S. CHOICE STEAK Just III! out ttiis coupon or ()iv(! us a call Well send I you out Tax-Free Munici|.ial Bond Einoi and inloinmtion ' on curr (?nl lioiiil oltciincis II K,' bt\t:\ coiidensi.is into I U\ pa(j(-'s eveiyniiiii) you need to kiujw lo move yoLii I iiioiu-;y u|) to 7 lax Fiee Incoiiie iiicoino ex- I (Miipt liom all [)fcs (,'(it Fedcial fax, '-,o you don I ovon I have lo lopoiI il to the IF^S Naitie Address City Home Ph State Zip Bus, Ph, { i J .Mii ;r ()NNi :wT()NjN(;. IH51 Fxecolivo Contoi Drive, Suile \'?.2 (Koyoi Propeitios tllvd. Coiitoi) Jacksonville, Florida :)220y Phono: (9U'l) 39(3-49'i:3 NC MltllK 3 11 IM'. i",|[ni 'I i| I i.int' III! I 1 illiM''. iM ' it I 'el"! 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