Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 12, 1973 · Page 8
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 8

Panama City, Florida
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Wednesday, September 12, 1973
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NKWS-IIKKAM), faimiim City, Fl,,., W('(ln«'.s(lii.v, ScptcnilM-r 12, im PHKC M Tyndall Gets Weapons Loading Meet TYNALL'S LOAD TEAM - AlC Lawrence H. DeLong (left), Sgt. Paul E. Perry (center) and AlC James J. Friedli, of the 4756th Munitions Maintenance Squadron at Tyndall were recently chosen the outstanding load crew of the year for the Air Defense Weapons Center. Sergeant Perry, who is the crew chief, said they attained this rating by sustaining superior perfornnance. They will represent the Weapons Center in the Aerospace Defense Command Loading Competition to be held at Tyndall next month. Franklin Adult Education Registration Set APALACHICOLA Registration for Franklin County's adult education high school program will be held at the Eastpoint Elementary School at 7:30, Monday, Sept. 17. Adults planning to enroll in classes for 1973-74 should be there to sign up. Those starting for the first time should bring a copy of former high school credits from Well Drilling Bid Rejected BRISTOL—Bristol City Council received one bid from Henry's Well Services in Quincy for the drilling of a six inch well to augment the city's present water supply. The cost of the well, casing, pump and accessories was listed as $12,600, The council rejected the bid and agreed to re-advertise for additional bids for the proposed welt, pump and accessories with particulars being available at the city clerk's office. the school last attended. Registration also will be held at this time for basic adult education for those students who did not complete elementary school. Persons who would like to take the GED for a state high school equivalency diploma may register at the office of the superintendent any time prior to Oct. 23. GED testing will be conducted in the School Board Room of the Franklin County Court House Nov. 1 and 2. The best collection of Fall sportswear in stock now. Let us pamper you at |j A nip in the heir calls for locking the liquor cabinet. + + + Sure sign of tall — ttiey're tearing up the roads they should have repaired during the summer. . INEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN i 'efUHudson sew it up sale! 100% Polyester DOUBLE KNIT 1.97 YD. Supar fall MJIdi and mini jacquordt In go any whara polyaitar knit*. Mactiina wath. 60"wida 100% Polyester Fancy and Fashion Jacquard DOUBLE KNITS 2.97 yd. Baaullful jacquordt and fancies in rich fall shades. Machlna wash. Tumbia dry. 60" wida, WINTUCK' YARN 97 4 Oi. tktlns r«g.'1.29 "Paulina Danliom" winluck all purpose yarn. Mochlna wdihabU orlon acrylic. Wtdii salaction of light and bright colon plus Inlarasling ombrai. The Actospacc Defense Conuri.iiid's l\\\v(\ nnruiiii weapons loading coinpctitlon is sclu'dulfd for Oct. l-fi at Tyndall AFH, wilhUjaclive-duty and All' National (luanl Icarus vying for top honors. Initialed in 1971 by Lt. On. Thomas K. McCjChce, vice commander of ADC, tlx.' (.'vcnl tests the skills of the crewmen who load air-lo-air rockets atul missiles aboard the ADC fighter interceptors that help guard North America against enemy air attack. The announced goal of the rigid competition is to "foster a competitive spirit, givf recognition to outstanding load crew performance, and raise the overall standards of excellence in weapons loading". Crews from ADC's .seven F-106 fighter squadrons, the Air Defense Weapons Center at Tyndall and eight selected Air National Guard units with an air defense mission will compete in this year's event. The ADC active-duty F-106 units entering the contest are the 5th Fighter Interceptor Legal Notices IN THE CIRCUITiCOURTi BAY COUNTY,FLORIDA. IN RE: ESTATE OF BEVERLY RUTH BULLOCK, Deceased. NOTICE OF SALE ' Notice is iiereljy given that the undersigned administrator, pursuant to tlie order of the above styled Court dated the 10th day of September, 1973, will offer for sale to the highest and best bidder for cash, at the North front door of the Bay County Court House on the 20th day of September, 1973, at 10:00 a.m., the following described property located in Bay County, Florida: Lot 31, Bahama Heights, a subdivision according to the plat thereof on file in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bav County, Florida, and a 1964 Cadillac automobile. Said sale being subject to confirmation by the Court. William M. Atkinson, Jr. 1610 Beck Avenue Panama City, Florida Attorney for Administrator Sept. 12, 18, 1973 Squadron (FIS) from Minot AFIJ, N.D.; 48th f-TS, Langely AFFi, Va.; -lOth FLS. Griffiss AFfi, N.Y.; 84th FIS, Castle AFB , Calif.; 87th P"1S, K.I. Sawyer AFB, Mich.; :518th FIS at McChord AFB,; 460th I-TS at Grand Forks AFU, N.D.; and the All' Defense Weapons Center. Representing the Air National Guard (ANCI) in the F-101 category will he the lOLst Fighter Interceptor Group (FIG), Bangor Me.; 141st FIG, .Snokane. Wash.; and the 142nd FIG, Portland, Ore. In the F-106 category will he the 12'lth FIG, Boise, Idaho; 144th FIG, Fresno, Calif.; and the 15Sth FIG, Burlington, Vt. F-106 entries of the ANG will he the 120th FIG, Great Falls, Mont., and the 191st FIG, .Selfridge, Mich. .Scoring of the competition will l-)e ba.sed on times required to execute two loadings, the condition of required loading roots and equipment, and on the results of written examinations given the crew members. Safety precautions and procedures will play an important role in all the competitive events. The Thomas K. McGehee trophy will he presented to the unit .spon.soring the winning load crew, while the individual members will receive personal awards for their efforts. The weapons loading competition is an annual ADC event that was formerly conducted at Hamilton AFB, Calif. With the transfer of Hamilton AFB from ADC to the Air Reserve this fall, the competition is being moved to Tyndall. In previous years, only- active-duty ADC fighter interceptor squadrons took part in the event. However, due to the increased air defense mission being assumed by ANG units, they are being invited t6 actively participate In this year's competition. Library Planned BLOUNTSTOWN-Jane Patton of the Northwest Regional Library System commented that a proposed library for Altha "would be more like a station—not as big as the Blounlstown Library." Mrs. Patton appeared before Calhoun County Commissioners to discuss the proposed library and estimated required expenditures would total $5,200, minimum. She .said Friday the library would include simple, basic reference materials and added. "They are most happy with the library service over there." It was decided at the commission meeting that she, t h e Calhoun County Commission and the Altha City Council will meet at a later date "to work out the details" of the project, said Mrs. Patton. In other business at the meeting, commissioners agreed to inspect the Calhoun County Food Stamp Office to determine if it should be remodeled or relocated. BATON TVVWLING INSTRUCTION LEARN TO BE A MAJOREHE OR CONTEST TWIRLER UNDER THE INSTRUCTION OF- JERRY WILLIAMS South Carolina Slata Champion (4 fimas) Florida Stota Champion Georgia Stato Champion Notional High Toss Champion (2 timas) Formar Faatura Twiriar at F.S.U. 7049: REGISTRATION SEPT. 12 6:00-8:00 P.IM. SEPT. 2M-t>M P.M. CARTER GYMNASTIC SCHOOL 2046 N. SHERMAN AVE ^ FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 769-1741 a. 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