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Monday, September 10, 1973
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I'lVK*' 8 NKWS-IIIIKAI.I), Piiiianiii ('i(v, Fla., Moiidny. SoplfmlM-r 10. litTU Huskers Look Good In Opener By l 'iii(t '«l Press liiloriiationul Nobraskn coach Tom Ostxirnc iMn'\ want to lake any chaiicL 's in his coaching (icl)iit and it turned ont he didn't iia\-e to. Steve Runty, Nehi-a.ska's second-string^ quarlerhack, and sophomore I-hack Tony l)a\is combined for four touchdowns on a wet and sHppeiy artificial fickl Saturday to k^ad No. 2 ranked Nebraska to a convincing -10-13 victory o\er No. S v;m\ UCLA. Runty, who ^ot the opporti;m- ty to pl.ay came wlieii ref,ni!ar David Iliniim sni'fered. an armiiifection and tiien a knee injury, completed nine of 11 l)asses for 10.") yards, I 'an one yard foi- the C'ornliiiskers' first touchdown, and completed a 10- yard p.iss to split end Frosty Anderson for ;uiotherTl). Osborne, takin^^ over for the retired liob I)c\aney, intended to iiiit Ilunim into the f.:ame in the second half but Runly's fine play changiHl his mind. "We'd have felt terrible if ilunnn had i ^ono in and yot hurl," Osborne said. Davis, whose knee re (|Uired -surL 'ery yivn 'and ki>pl him out of the lineu|), ('arried 21 tinu's for llTy.ards, piuni^ed foi' one t(nichdown from the one, and ran -l.'i yards for another. "1 can't think of a yood excuse." IK'l.A ro,icli Pepper i{od|^ers said. "We pract iced all week for Ilunun's dropback passi>s .and then we saw Runty roil out. That lenity is ^ood." "The whole team has come- plete confidence in Ste\'e," added Davis, "lie 's a j^ood (luarterback." WEIGH-IN — Heavyweight contender Ken Norton weighs in at 205 for tonight's fight with Mulianimad Ali at Los Angeles. AH, who weighed 212, looks on. Both fighters predicted a win in their 12-round rematch, which will be shown on closed circuit television at Panama City Numicipal Auditorium beginning at 8:35 p.m. Tickets are $7 and are on sale today at the box office. Ali Liked Over Norton UPI Sports Writer tINGLEWOOD. Calif. (UPD— A trimmed-down Muhammad Ali, who acknowledges a defeat probably will bring his once-fabled career to an end, pits his fading boxing skills against the rock-hard rnuscle of Ken Norton Monday night in a rematch of the No. 1 and No. 2 heavyweight contenders. Although the 28-year-old Nor­ ton is rated as the top challenger for George Foreman's crown, he is a 5-2 underdog against Ali, the former champion whom he beat on a 12-round split decision at San Diego March 31. "If a man can follow me and get away with a lot of punches while I'm prancing and dancing and in real tip-top shape and serious," said Ali, "then it's time for mo to retire." Vikings Loolt Lil(e Champions By United Press International The 1973 Minnesota Vikings may turn out to be the team the 1972 Minnesota Vikings were supposed to be. The Vikings were odds-on- favorites to win the Super Bowl in 1972 but, in one of the most embarrassing collapses in recent years, they didn't even make the playoffs. Bear Season Bear hunters and bow and arrow experts were out in force over the weekend in the Panhandle. Ebro Ends Ebro Dog Track wound up what was by far its successful greyhound racing season Saturday night. Pari-mutuel handle in the matinee was ,$70,6.34 and at night $102,914. Dates for next year's season has not been announced. PANAMA CITY THUR SEPT. PI VI I I 13 15th St. Grounds Eost of Ponoma Ploio SPONSORED BY PANAMA CITY SHRINE CLUB WORLDS LARGEST "EATTY- (IROI! fcS-ELEPHANTS-lS CLYDE BEATTV'S WILD ANIMALS PRESENTED BY CAPT. DAVE HOOVER 25 FEATURED CIRCUS ACTS 12 ACRES OF TENTS rWICE DAILY 4 ft 8 P.M. i'ZS'rM • • POPULAR PRICES • USERVED AND ADMISSION TICKETS ON SALE CIRCUS DAT AT SHOWCROUNDS G.C. MURPHY CO. 459 HARRISON AVE. SPECIAL ADVANCE TICKET SALE SAVE (1.00 ON ADULT TICKETS PURCHASED BEFORE CIRCUS DAV. RESERVE i GEN. ADM. TICKETS ON SALE NOW THUR SEPT. 12 AT BAY NATIONAL FACILITY BANK, TYNDALL, GARDNERS DRUG, MIllVlllE, RESNIKOFF AGENCY, 18 E. 4 H ST. ,2 CHIEF TRUCK STOP 2320 W. 15TH ST., FISHER STINSON, 756 AIRPORT DR„ COOK GRO, 9300 W. HWY 98, HILL GRO. 15400 W. 98. but have been erratic m the e.xhibition season, seem to be ready for the regular season. The rugged Steelei' defense blanl<ed Atlanta, which obviously still hasn't found a quarterback who can move the team. Jack Ham's fumble recovery on the Atlanta 19 in the first period and Frenchy Fuqua's TO run started the Steelers on their way. Buffalo seems to be going backwards. Tiie Bills, playing in their new stadium before 70,128, finished the exhibition season with an 0-6 record by •'losing to Oakland. Clarence Davis ran for touchdowns of 46 and 31 yards as Oakland finished at <1-1-1. Bobby Howfield's 24-yard field goal as the guii sounded, his third of the night, gave the New York Jets the victory over Philadelphia in a rain-soaked game at Tampa, Fla. Joe Namath only played a quarter on the wet field and Al Woodall fini.shed up. In the other games, the N.Y. Giants topped the Cleveland Browns 21-10, the N.Y. Jets beat the Philadelphia Eagles 16-13, the Cinf.'innati Bengals edged the Green Bay Packers 13-10, the Oakland Raiders beat the Buffalo Bills 17-7, the New Orleans Saints gave coach John North his fir-st victory with a 16-10 triumph over the Houston Oilers and the Pittsburgh Steelers blanked Atlanla 19-0. Pee Wees In Action Pee wee football teams have the spotlight tonight ;it Pete Edwards Stadium. Hiland Park plays Cedar' CJi'ove at 0:30 and Oakland Terrace plays Callaway at 8. riglit Iiiit liiitidredis , ar« all WaONGI HAERIS COtORiCEY can tell In their first meeting, Ali suffered a broken jaw and he's worked long and hard in his bid to erase the stigma of the loss 5 1/2 months ago to a 5-1 underdog. "I have come this time," he declared, "for some serious Muhammad Ali dancing." The fact is, though, that Ali is a very old 31 as fighters go. He's been fighting as a pro since 1960. the year he won a gold medal at the Rome Olympics. Boxing experts point out that the simple act of losing vs'eight is no barometer when it conies to making a judgment if a fighter still has it or not. tin his two 1973 start.s— against Norton and against light-punching Joe Bugnei' of England at Las Vegas, Nev., P"eb. 14 (a 12-round victory)— Ali bore little resemblance to. the man who made the phrase "float like a butterfly, sting like a bee" famous. In both fights, he spent most of his time flatfooted instead of on his toes like the old Ali. "Muhammad's on his way out and he won't admit it," said Norton, who has the physique of a body builder. "He thinks he can find the fountain of youth by getting down in weight but he'll find out he's an old man after the first round." A crowd of between 14,000 and 15,000 is expected for the 12-r'ounder at the Forum here, which will begin at li'dO p.m. PDT following a 6:30 p.m. PDT heavyweight meeting between Jerry Quarry, the No. 4 contender, and journeyman Tonv Doyle. R GERM OREj ,»,s BOND Delaware, the UIM .small eolleg(< national champion past two years, got a 217-yard rushing effort from Vem Roberts and rolled over Akron to stretch its winning sti'eak to l."igan )i \s. RoluMts, a junior, stuiuied the /i[)s with a L'-yard touchdown run in the third ([Uarter to iml the Blue Hens ahead to stay and his day's rushing total left liiiu only Ihrcv yards short of the school single game record set by Geral Douerty against Gettysburg ill 1!)46. Eric Sclioch of Akron completed 15 of 2H for 221 yards in a losing effor including a iiO-yard TD bomb to split end Marc Thomas. Elsewhere, Arizona whipped Colorado Slate ;iI-0, Holy edged Ma.s.sacluisetts 30-28, .Virginia dowiuni VMI 16-0, Clemson nipped The Citadel 1412, William and Mary defeated Virginia Tech 31-24, Memphis State downed Louisville 28-21, North Carolina State trounced East Carolina 57-8, Mississippi beat Villanova 24-6, and Grani- bling trimmed Long Beach 2914. Jim Upchurch, a junior fullback, ran for two touchdowns and 102 yards to spark Arizona o\'er Colorado State in a Westei'n Athletic Conference opener. Arizona, under the guidance of first year head coach Jim Young, gained only 95 yards rushing in the first half but ripped through theColoi-ado State for 274 yards in the second half. Stewart Gains World Title MONZA, Italy (UP!)—Jackie Stewart of Britain, driving back from a minute long pit stop on the ninth lap, clinched the world championship for Formula. .One cars Sunday by placing fourth in the 44th Italian Grand Prix won by Ronnie Peterson of Sweden. Peterson, driving from the No. 1 gi'id position, led from start to finish to win the I 'ace ahead of Enier.son Fittipaldi of Brazil, Peter Revson of the United States and Stewart. Stewart started in the No. 7 giid position but was forced into the pit for 1:09 minutes on athe ninth lap and reintered the race in 17th position on the 10th lap. The Scot driver, who won the world championships in 1969 and 1971 prior to Sunday's victory, set laj) lecord after lap record, gradually moving back into the pack. By the 50th lap he had moved into fourth position, just five .seconds behind Revson. DOWNTOWN THEATRE 200 HARRISON AVE. PH. 715-1331 7 00 - 9:06 p.m. fiAsP.T.Bdrnumputit, fT ^M ;S: There's d sucltei boin ^''y^^l^ every minute!' V IIVEANDLETDIE COLO* PC *HAROLD and MAUDE RUTHGORDO^Ji BUDCORT colon poll TIRROR iMTMtWAKMuSWM PANAMA CITY m/mmzm/mm///, kickin the Mafia up and down • 4:55- 6:56- 9:00 martin theatre 409 HARRISON «VE./78S^295 NOW PLAYING INDIAN -3:06-6i06-9 ;ll TRAMP-4:44-7:44 -HARRIS c©IL©r Vms^ Paint Center 615 W. 11th Street Panama City, Fla. 763-5462 wmmmrm-mmmm One Little Indian [G| TECHNICOLOFKl') Turtle Hassock 504 1^ CiU ,l6 \N\\JuQlX I'rolc'cl riiniiliu'c, dcli.nlit .voiiii.i;sti'rs willi llii.s iiuy cUHliioii Hint's |U 'i-l'ccl for 'r\'. I'se siTiiiiH - till' liri.nlilci'. Ilii" ))etlor for tlii.s |)liniii)l.v luiddt'd TV Uirtlf. I'iillcrn "iDl: pill tern pieces; dlrec- lidiis ITi'M .\ l!)-iiicli ciisliidii. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each iKittern—iuki 2.') cents for each pattern for Air i\Iai! and Special Handlins. Send to Laura Wlieeler, NEWS-HER .ALI), Needlecraft Dept., Ro.x 101, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N. Y. 10011. Print Pattern Number, Name, Address, Zip. All New for 1973! Fashion- inspired Needlecraft Catalog 3. Nut ices FROM YOUNG SINGLES TO SENIOR CITIZENS, FROM CROiVDED URBAN AREAS TO THE iVIDE OPEN SPACES, THEY; ALL SHARE AN INTERESTiIN MAKING THEIR COVUIUNITyiA BETTER PLACE, FOR YOUNG AND OLD ALIKE. THEYIARE GIRL SCOUTi LEADERS AND ASSISTANT LEADERS AND THEY; iVOULD LIKE YOU TO JOIN THEW, SO THAT) WANY) WORE GIRLS CAN ENJOY; THE BENEFITS OF GIRL SCOUTING. VOLUNTEER TODAY- CALL 7856924 OR WRITE, GIRL SCOUTS, POST OFFICE BOX 3114, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, 32403. GIRL SCOUT ROUND-up Nlles Announced. Cherry St. School — Sept. 14 — 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. COVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL During First PTA. Lucile Moore Elementary School — Sept. 11 — 7 p.m< Northsidc School - Sept. 11-7:30 p.m. Oakland Terrace & St. Andrew Elementary Schools — notes will be sent home by the girls. Beach Elementary School - Will be announced at the school. LYNN HAVEN AREA - Wednesday Nile 7 :flO p.m. at the Girl Scout House on Pennsylvania Ave. Lynn Haven Sept. 12. Al all the Roundups one Parent must accompany each girl. YORK YORK RITE OF FREE WASONRY; Stated nceling of St. John's Con- Tiandery No. 29K.Ti, Monday evening, Sept. lOth, 7:00 PM. The order of the Red Cross and order of Malta will be conferred. Official visit, of the Eminent Grand Deputy Commander of Grand Commandery of Florida. All S.K.'s are invited to attend. James C. Presnell, E.C. UV Durden, Uecordcr BAY COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGING 8S0 HARRISON AVENUE PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA TO ASSIST DISTRESSED ELDERLY AND OTHERS REGARDLESS OF RACE OR CREED. TO OFFER PROGRAMS THAT WILLPROMOTETHE WELL BEING OiFTHE ELDERLY IN DAY COUNTY. TO CALL ON THE COMMUNITY FOR ASSISJANCF IN THIS PROJECT. WE NEEr VOLUNTEERS. PLEASE CALL 785^7 I. I 'cr.scmals DIVORCE KIT for the no-faull law. I Now $20.80. For free details writ«: KIT, Box 791, Pompano, Fla. .1(061. PREGNANT;' FAMILY PLANNING OF FLORIIJA IINC. TOI-L KKKK, IN l''I,ORI'M |l«0()-4.32-37.S3, Mdlurc (ieiilliiiiiii wishes to Iwconie iiC (|iiiiinluJ Willi lady that lias gorid sc'iisf (il Inmiur, iiiul enjoys com- panimisliip. C'rudenlials fiiriiislieil. Ml replies l (upl cririfnlenlial, Wrller lidx SIM News lleiald. WANTED ALL NEWCOMERS recently moved to Panama City (Bay County) that have not been WELCOMED call now for COMPLIMENTARY GIFTS. Tell your friend -H and n7'ghKofs. PANAMA CITY NEWCOMER WELCOME SERVICE 763-17' ANYTIME P.O. BOX 2211. it. Lost Si KOIIIKI LOST: On'riiiiiiiai)Drive, -Ilea. Small black peel<ap()(i wilh while sliimacli wliii ciiniuH to the iianie of "I'eppi" Please (all 7M (f.SOO or 7HS •If)';,), I.O.ST; I'rc.sciipliriii (ilasses wilh hell-lone hearing aid. Has silver frame ami hlack ends. KKWAKD! If I'liiiiid reliirnlollieOiilrigKer 1623 W, mu. MISSINO I'riim Daynu (ieorne Area. iMi reward leading In inrornialidn conceniiiiK 1973 iliiiidu 70 • Blue with deiil nil rif'lil side iif gas tank. Head lighl H/ tail liglil has lieeii reniiiveil, fall 7f)9()1l)l) or 769 2448. I'OllNI) Black poiulle wilh cnllar on Franklonl. Please call 78.S..131II Ki iilenlify. H Services itfrcrfii T^nnliiig While Yon Wail XK1<(K;KAPIIK: printing of ymir camera ready cnpy. I.eller size $-l.6.'i per 100,3110 for $12,110, .MIO lor .1:17..'50. (Ill yiuir statiiiiiery .SOcents les.s than too copies. .Single copy 2.'i cents. H lor $1.00, Ciipies iif checks, hunks, hills, aliiKisI aiivthing. While You Wail .Service Kngineering Supply Co. .y.S Mercer Ave. 76.1-4131 All type of roofing, patch work and re-roofing. 763-9710. BUSHH0GGIN6 LOTS OR ACREAGE 763-8883 769-3352 Do all types of yardwork. Mowing, raking, cic. Call for FUF.E E.STIMATES- 26.S-.1.SI,S. Al ALUMINUM HUll.DEK.S & CONSTKUCTION CO. 7S.S.,S144. Specializing in patio coveis, carports, home for mohile home. Mobile Home Underskirting, cool ceils, and anchors. REPAIRING ANDRIvKOOl-'tNC; OUR SPECIALTY - l.S VKAUS EXPHRIKNCE. FREE ESTIMATES - CAM. 78.S-99.S7 or 76.5-2637. ACOUSTICAL Ceiling spray with glitter on sheet rock and prcslressed. Call Delta BuHdIng Systems, Inc. 763-S831. PAINTING - INTERIOR EXTERIOR. CALL ROBERT COFIELD ANYTIME. 78.S-9008 - 785-6921 For Kent — Loior l Vs and Air Conditioners. Daily - Weekly rates. Reasonable. Lawrence Rentals 234-2472, 234-2'! 12 HAUUNG OYSTER Shells, fill dirt, top soil, clay. Call Jitnmy Hicks. 763-4391. 23*5873. TREE SERVICE _ rnmming, Topping, Removing & Stump removal. Sodding. Free Estirtiates. Jerry F. Mills, 286-5222, 763-S60S, 286-8582. DELTA BUILDING SYSTEMS, Corp. Drywell Speciality, 3430 E. Hwy. 98. Ph. 763-5831. Altenlion builders let us texture your new ceiling with Aiiislex Vynal. Call 2.34-3256. DEAL CONSTRUCTION CO. BIdgs, Repairs, Remodeling, Free Estimates. 265-5670, Lynn Haven. CONCRETE WORK, patios, driveways, sidewalks. Any type of concrete work. Home repairs, roofing, eaves, sheetrock repairs, windows, painting. No job too small or too large. Residential, commercial. Free estimates. 24-hour service. 769.3718. B&S PAINTING CO. Professional Painters. Where yon get painting at its best. Washing, wall papering. 763-5310. NEED HOUSE REPAIRS? NO JOB too small. I believe I can please you. Call after 6 p.m. 722-1267, Ralph Turner. Jimmies Air Conditioning, Specializing in Window Units. 2915 Altha, Hiland Park, Phone 763-2255. WEATHER'S CONSTRUCTION CO. Painting, Roofing; Remodeling Free Estimates. 763-2437. Guaranteed Work. Repairs any type carpentry, painting, roofing, masonry, concrete. Local call 7224021. £|^XITADEL PAINTING COMPANY, INC. jr.PT- FREE ESTIMATES rin priHratba HM |Mi into it." INTIIIO* I "<^">"">y^TM| 135 BULLDOZERS -LANCLEARING- ROOT- RAKE. 785- 1 1 29. REASONABLE RATES! BOOKKEEPING DONE AT HOME. GOOD REFRENCES 234-5982. (I AM HUNGRY), need electrical work in county. Licensed. Experience - 10 years, residential, 2 yrs. commercial 265-2697. Certified piano teacher wants students. Reasonable rates. St. Andrews area. Call 78.S-8539. BULLDOZING - LANDCLEARING - ROOTRAKE - REASONABLE RATES. 785-1129. Remodeling, repairs, roofing, painting, custom built cabinets, store fixtures. Any size job welcome. Marvin Thrasher. 785-0148. S & T Construction Co. Free estimates. New construction St remodeling. 769-1.S41. TREE EXPERTS Cutting, Trimming, Removing. 7tS 6764. Free Estimates. 763-4005. TRUCKING. DOZING and contract work - Fill dirt hauled. Call John llousner- 722-4377. Stuckeys Airconditioning & Refrigeration - Specializing in Window Units. 265-3459, 769-2323. PAINTING: For ali your interior and exterior painting needs call: C E. GIBSON & SON, Inc. 7eS-5?40 We PLACE CONCRETE By CONTRACT or YARD • PallcH •Walk* • Orivniwjyj All Materials T«tt«d By The State Rood Fast and Easy. . . .FreeEstimatesI BuMoMr ami Crant Rantali SIKES CONCRETE PIPE COMPANY E. 15th St. 763-2811 JOBS AVAILABLE NOW For Men & Women Immediate openings for burners, laborers; Steady year round employment. 1 weeks paid vacation after 1 year. 5!/2 paid holidays. Good wages. We are an equal opportunity employer. COVE CONTRACTORS, INC. PORT PANAMA CITY 763-7644 OFFICE MANAGER-ACCOUNTANT FULL CHARGE BOOKKEEPER) This position is a Key Position with o locot growingCo. Appliconts will be treated confidentially. Employees of this company are aware of this advertisement. Salary will commensurate with ability. State background, experience, and references in letter of application. Box A-175-News Herald 8 Sorvit'o.s offered D<4D Roofing: Repairing, reroofing our .specialty. 20 yrs. experience. Free estimates. 265-3267. VIRGINIA'S CAKE SHOP Cake.s for all occasions. Good homemade taste. Lovely designs. 769-107S. Free estimates - Complete Remodeling and home improvement. Licen.sed contractor, 20 years experience. All work guarnriteed, Call day or night. 769-3173. BAY WELDING-WORKS All types of ornamental iron work, welding, slcel building, all types of spiral stair casing. For free estimates call 265-3095. BABYSITTING in my home. Mon.- Fridays. Hiland Park. 785-8313. BIG JOHN (GENERAL CONTRACTOR) I'll make you a house honey, but you have to make it a home. Will also remodel and add on to your present structure. Concrete driveways, patios or what have you, call on Big John for free help in planning and estimates. A working man who knows the amount of sweat and working mans dollar Call 234-6393 (anytime) ROOFING, Remodeling, additiop concrete work, all types of repairs. Lester Hall. 785-0087. CENTIPEDE GRASS SOD Delivered. Lawns planted, fertilized. 769-1078. 8a. Plowers*Gifts Mew shipiiaHH -wwir tlowrrs Oood •SMTtment. 230 W. ISthSt. 78S^6S» Flowers for all occasions. FRIENDLY FLOWER SHOP Phone 763-8721 U). Nurseries COLLINS Child Care, day t night. Weekly, babysitting & boar^t. IM Clay Ave. Ph. 763-3m. Child care. 24 Hours. 785-7068. Mrs. Mac's Child Care. 24 hours, 6 days a week. Convenient location, 210 W. nth St. 763-7918. CHILD Care Bay Christian School. ISIS Foster Avenue. Ages 2-12. Planned program, hot lunch. CaM 769-1692. JACK & JILL NURSERY. Clean, air icond., well supervised 9 yrs. exp. iChrlstian Management. Ages 2 mos. - 8 yrs. Night 8i day care. Mon. - Sat. Limited enrollment. 313 Maple. 7^3'0.302. STETSON'S CHILD CARE. Day. week, hour. Fenced yard. Rrison- able rates. 2003 FranWord Av?.. Ph.. 763-7194. 17. Radio & television Call JentjiEan's For color or black andwhite TV Mf -T vice. Factory trained technicians. 2S years in the business. We repair all inakes. .Phone 78S-8S88 J210 E. Bus. Hwy. M. Springfield KlRBYrvT Authorized RCA Sales Service. 212 W. ISth St. Phone 763-3802. ZL Help Wanted LABORERS AND CHEVROLET MECHANICS. Free to travel, .see the country. Salary, meals and berth furnished. Apply — Manager Clyde Ik'ully — Cole Bros. Circus al I.Sth St. Grmmds-East of Panama I'laza on Thursday, .Sept. 13th. $•100 week selling carpel from home. SUirl piirllime. Experience iinnec. MaiiHger training. Proven luad system. Write: Carpet Brokers, USA., LSI S. Seward Ave., Auburn, N.Y, 1.1021. Salesiiian loselllurnilurL' - l'',xp. nol Keuiiired. .Siiiiie selling preferred. Call f(irfiiipl.7H,S .i ).S76. PARTS DEPT. HELPER l';xpc'rieiice helpful but nol necu .H- sary. Kelni'incnl program, group Insurance and oIIilm fruige betiufils. Apply to Clareiici.' Milk'r, Biindy- Leonard American, UI26 llarrisiin Ave. AUTO MECHANIC (idiid propiisilion for reliable and experienced person, KelireinenI pMigruMi, griMip Insurance and oilier fruige benefils. Apply to .laiiie.s Riil- lin.i, Miindy-Luiinard American, 1026 llarrisoii Ave CARI'I;NTI';R WANIKD - Cnll 26,S- 2667 weekdays Iif It'r .S p.m. Apply 1103 Michigan Avenue, Lynn lluvvn KlJllALOpportiinlly I 'mphiver needs mature Individual lor rulllltne work Hf* Janitor and iillllly man. Musi have driverti llcensi'. Apply 2,12 lliirrlson Ave. Driveis iicedi'd. 76.1 6.171 or tome by pliiiil liicali'd (III Mill Bayiiii - 231. It. Help Wanted WANTED.' Koiilemaii for branch delivery and pick-up. Miscellaneous Industrial pick-up and delivery. S- day week. Salary, vacations and beiiefils. Biirnes Laundry and Cleaners. 78,S-8,58I. Need one strong hard working adult. Experienced In wood refinlshing for restoration of M' .sailing yacht. IVliisl do yacht quality work. Phone 785^781 nnoii til 5 p.m. CPA Firm has opening for experienced bookkeeper. Salary open. Send Resume to Box S-183 — Panama City News-Herald. Need truck driver and warehouseman. Must have chauffer's license. Apply Gray Lumber Co. 3221 E. Hwy. 98. No phone calls. HIGHEST WAGES Paid for fiberglass workers. Apply Crosby Aeromarine Office, BIdg. SO, Pon Panama City. Applications are being taken for full lime, year round jobs • Warehousemen, driver helpers, and building components road workers. Many Company benefits, including paid vacation, free life insurance. Company sponsored Health Insurance, paid holidays, V-A sponsored OJT. Training nrasram etc. Call 785-5252 Ext. 218. Route Salesman needed, tor permanent flowers, age 40-60. Car and some type sales experience necessary. Call Str. James Floral Imports, Carrabelle, Florida - 697-2233 or 697-3859. EXPERIENCED BUILT-UP ROOFER FOR ESTABLISHED FORT WALTON FIRM, CALL 2429511. —Hairstylist opening at Pauline's Beauty Mist. Paid 'Vacation - Good Clientele. Call 763-6261 for interview. Counter Help wanted - 18 years old or older. Year Round Employment, Apply in person Pasquales Pizza. SECRETARY : $325 Centrally Located Ofce. in busy section of town. FRIEND Winning Attitude, typing, records Call Bea. 769-1441 Snelling and Snelllng SALES: extra sharp im'iv. for highly Rated Company. Fast Promotions. FEE PAID $10,000 & Comm. Cull Jo 769-1441 Snelling and Snelling BOOKKEEPER in charge Quite a Title and Available Now fine Growing Co. ALL Balancing, Cost Acct. Start no less than $400 up Call Bea 769-1441^Senlling and Snelling RECEPTIONIST: $350 Dynamic personality and quick to joke back will find you out front. Ofce tasks, sales ofce. Cull Bea 769-1441 Snelling and Snelling INSIDE SALES: Immediate oening available for sharp beginner. Good benefits. $5700 Call Chuck 769-1441 Snelling and Snelling ACCOUNTANT DEGREE: Degree plus experience will Gel You This Above Av. Position With Major Conglomerate Fee REIMBURSED $12,000 Call Jo 769-1441 .Snelling and Snelling TRAINEE Restaurant Mgr: Large national company oppty. to advance 'h FEE PAID ro $10,000 Call Jo 769-1441 Snelling and Snelling SHIPPING MGR; Knowledge Of Shipping By Trucks Desired. Also Warehouse Exp. $6-$10,000 Cull Jo 769-1441 Snelling and Snelling MAINTENANCE MAN: Jack of all trades for nice motel. Year-round position. Mature $5200 Call Chuck 769-1441 Snelling and Snelling ROUTE SALES: Transportation Furnished. Live In Tallahassee Fastest Selling I'roducI On The Market Today. Hurray! $8,000 Call Jo 769-1441 Snelling and Snelling Cash for original arts and crafts, Send samples h information to: Bhoga Dist, Box 1»6, Punomu City, NEW CAR GET UKADY PKKSdN Prefer experienced, but will li inn (!ond salary plus iiiaiiy coiiitiaiiy paid beiM'hl.'i Apply lo Mi word. Service Maiiain't, Cook Wliili :lic (i(l I'ord, 7,10 W m\ Si Nl ';l ';i )l ';i) Dniltling conliaclor needs person lo clcnii jobii and lifiiil iiialerlals. '10 hours ii week. Miii;l be willing III work. Miisl have own Inii .k III use at work. Sliiil \2,00 pci Imiir Call 7K5(v726l (ii mloiview WANTED Middle iincd wiiiiii'ii in elderly woiiieii lo live in iiiiil liclji care f'lr kcIiiioI nv,vi\ cliilitii'ii 7H5,M')6. I'',xp('rieiiteil druk ( Icik, Apiily in persiiM III till! Malinger, IIOWAKl) JOHNSON'S MOTOR LODGE, 1601 W. Hwy 98. Full I liiii.', liai d work Apply in perKiiiP. Spi'i'dy or Pronlu Ciii Wash Speedy 5.11 !''„ 6lli SI, Priiiilo .lllO'l W, Hwy ')H, Wiiiiieii ill live 111 mid lii'lp I'liii' for elderly ciiuplc. Hiiinii iiiiil lliiiiid and Hillary. 763-7155. lliiirdreiiHerH iii'fili 'il fullliiiie. liS'/, ciiiiiiiiliiidiin, piilil vai :iiliiiii, giiod clieillele, 7K5 4584.

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