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Hank Aaron Still Hopeful CINCINNATI (UPI) -Hank Anron said Friday night he felt his 715th career home run to brealt Babe Ruthh'a record was "still within reach this season." "We've got 14 games left and I'll probably play in 10 of them," said Aaron, who has 710 homers. "I'm feeling stronger here late in the season than I did earlier this year. My legs are stronger and I feel I'm swinging the bat better. "Maybe it's mellowing with age," Aaron laughed, "growing sweeter with age." Aaron was in a relaxed mood as he chatted in the clubhouse before Friday night's game with the Cincinnati Reds. He leisurely smoked a cigarette and pulled on his • uniform slowly. ""I'd love to hit four or five more this year," he said, "but if I don't, there's next year to do it."' Asked if he could withstand the pressure over the winter Aaron smiled and shook his head. "I'd be under the same kind of pressure I'm under now— none. I'm under no pressure. I've always played ball the same way. I don't get nervous or tense." Would there be any letdown after he hits No. 715? ""I don't think so," Aaron answered. "I go out with the idea of doing the best I can every game. If I've hit 715 or 730 it won't affect the way I play the game." Aaron said he hoped his mother and father would be in attendance for his 714th and 715th homers. "I remember a bad time when I was going for No. 500," Aaron said. "After I had 499 my father waited around for five days for me to get No. 500. When I didn't get it the fifth day he left. A few hours after he left I hit No. 500. Putting on his uniform a few lockers away from Aaron was Dusty Baker, who also figured that Aaron could hit No. 715 this season. "He can do anythnng he wants to,'" Baker said. "When he really needs something, he can get it done." Baker said he's learned a lot this season from the way Aaron has handled himself. "I've learned tolerance and patience from the man," said Baker. "If I was in his place I know I couldn't stay as calm and collected as he is. "Hank's more than a home run hitter," Baker added. "He's an inspiration around here. He doesn't talk a lot but when he does jive, a lot of people listen." Twins Blank White Sox CHICAGO (UPI)-Bert Blyleven allowed four hits and struck out 12 for his ninth shutout Friday night, pitching the Minnesota Twins to a 6-0 decision over the Chicago White Sox, virtually tying the two teams for third place in the American League Western Division. Bob Darwin and Jim Holt highlighted the Minnesota attack with fourth inning home runs on consecutive pitches by Loser Stan Bahnsen. Darwin hit a 3-2 pitch for his 17th homer and Holt hit his 11th on Bahnsen's first pitch. Blyleven, winning his 18th game against 15 losses, struck out at least one Sox batter in every inning but the first and ninth and struck out the side in the fifth. His career high in strikeouts is 13. Bahnsen, working seven innings, took his 18th loss against 18 wins. Astros Fade HOUSTON (UFI)-Andy Messersmith pitched a four-hitter and contributed a two-run double to lead the Los Angeles Dodgers to an 13-1 victory over the Houston Astros Friday night. Messersmith held Houston to one extra-base hit, a double by Gary Sutherland in the fourth, and he scored the Astros' lone run on Lee May's single. Messersmtih, now 13-10, struck out five and walked only one in pitching his 10th complete game. Reds Defeat Braves, 7-6 'I NntUTN CINCINNATI (UPI) Consecutive singles by Phil Gagliano and Bobby Tolan with two out climaxed a three-run ninth inning rally Friday night and gave the Cincinnati Reds a 7-6 victory over the Atlanta Braves. The victory, which went to Pedro Borbon, last of four Red pitchers, enabled the Reds to maintain their 4 game edge over the Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League West. Pete Rose, the league's leading hitter, touched off the rally with a one-out single to center, his third hit of the game. Tom House then replaced Roric Harrison and walked Joe Morgan. Joe Niekro, who wound up with the loss, retired pinch-hitter George Foster on a fly ball to right before walking Johnny Bench on a 3-2 pitch to load the bases. Gagliano, pinch-hitting for Borbon, then lined a two-run single to leftfield, tying the ballgame. Tolan's game winning single followed. Dave Johnson and Darrell Evans slugged homers and Dick Dietz added a two-run double for the Braves, who took a 6-4 lead in the ninth. Hank Aaron singled home Ralph Garr in the third inning to match a run the Reds scored in the first. But that was Aaron's only hit as he failed in his bid for his 711th homer. Johnson's homer, his 41st of the season, left him one shy of Roger Hornsby's record for second baseman, sent the Braves ahead 2-t in the fourth inning. The Reds bunched four hits Yaz Stars BOSTON (UPI)-Carl Yast- rzemski drove in four runs with a three run homer and a single Friday night to lead the Boston Red Sox to a 6-4 win over the Clevelnad Indians in intermittent rain. Reggie Smith also knocked in two for Boston. With the game tied 3-3 in the sixth inning, Tommie Harper greeted starter and loser Tom Timmerman with a single to left. Harper stole second, and Luis Aparicio walked. Smith then laced a two- run double off the leftfield wall, ousting Timmerman and Yast- rzemski followed with a line singled to right off new pitcher Tom Hilgendorf, scoring Smith. Cleveland scored first in the top of the fourth when Chris Chambliss lined a doubled to leftfield, scoring Buddy Bell, who had singled and moved to third on an error by Boston's Rick Miller. Boston got three in the bottom of the fourth when Yastrzemski lofted a homer midway into the leftfield screen, about four feet from the foul pole after Harper had walked and Aparicio had beat out a bunt down the third base line. Cleveland tied the game in the sixth on a two-run homer by Tom Smith. Luis Tiant, knocked out in the ninth, allowed 11 hits while gaining his 18th win against 12 losses. Bob Bolin came on to get the save. Timmerman is now 8-7. ClevelMd •brhbl 4 12 0 Harper It 4 0 2 0 Aparicio ss 9 0 11 RSmlth ct 4 0 10 Yatrzmsk 3b 4 12 0 Oglivie dh 4 0 0 0 Montgmry c 4 2 2 2 Miller rf 4 0 11 Cooper lb 0 0 0 0 Griffin 2b 4 0 0 0 TIant p 0 0 0 0 Bolln p 0 0 0 0 17 4 II 4 Ta4ab BOell 3b GOamble dh Chamblsa lb mte rf Lowenstn 2b Wllllama If TSmlth cf , Duncan c Torres pr Duffy ss TImmrmn p Hilgendorf p Totab 17 4 II 4 Totals 27 « « < Clevelud M IK Ml- 4 BMion mmth-t E-Mlller. DP-Cleveland 2, Boston 1. LOBCIeveland 7, Borton 3, t2B-Chambllssf R.Smllh, T.Smtth. HR- Yastrzemski (16), TSmlth (2). SB-Harper 2. abrhbl 3 2 2 0 2 110 4 2 12 4 12 4 10 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 r er bb 6 6 4 0 0 t 4 4 1 0 0 0 Timmerman L 8-7 5 Hl'.ijendorf 3 TIant W 18-12 8 Bolln 1 Timmerman pitched to 3 bailers In 6lh; TIant pitched to 2 batters In 9th. Save-Bolln (13). HBP-By Hilgendorf (OgllvIe). T-2:13. A-11,606. Net Tourney Is Continuing Ellis Ready ST. LOUIS (UPI)- Rlght-hander D <Kk Kills, sidelined since Aug. 26 because of u sore right eli)ow and left knee, rejoined the Pittsburgh Pirates Friday night. Kills has nn 11-13 tvcimi this season with n 3.10 earned run average. A club spokesinan said Kills threw well 'J'huisday iimi asked to rejoin ^he team. Three matches were completed Friday in the tennis tournament being held at Mowat Junior High School's Tennis Center. In the B division singles Don Sauvageau defeated Jerry Wedkins, 6-7,6-2,6-4, then fail to Mike Shaddlx in his next match, 6-1, 6-3. Tommy Lewis and Ronald Kell played in the third match which was won by Lewis, 6-0,6-2. According to Doyle Smith, coordinator for the tourney, action will continue this morning at 8; 30. Women participants arc asked to meet at the Tennis Center at 8:30 for court nssignmcnts. Men participants in the A division are asked to meet at the Tennis Center at 9 a.m. Smith announced that the mixed doubles tournament will begin Sunday. after two were out in the fifth inning to score two runs and "ulled one run within the Braves in the .seventh when Joe Morgan was hit by a pitched ball, stole second and third, and came home on Johnny Bench's infield out. The Braves picked up their sixth run In the ninth inning when Aaron walked and came home on singles by Johnson and Dietz. Aaron fouled out to the catcher his first trip to the plate, singled home Ralph Garr in the third inning, fouled out to Bench again In the fifth inning and after going down swinging in the seventh, drew a walk in the ninth and went on to score the Braves' sixth and final run of the game. Grid Owners Are irked NEW YORK (UPI) -The lifting of the blackout ban on professional football by Congress had owners and general managers of the 26 National FootbaH League teams in an angry mood Friday and at least one NFL city, San Francisco, indicated it might fight the new law with legal action. In marked contrast to most fans who are embracing the new law enthusiastically, general manager Sid Gillman of the Houston Oilers, echoing the sentiments of the owners, called the lifting of the blackout ban "a very dangerous thing" because of its probable economic repercussions. "The ban was unfortunate. It is a very dangerous thing," said Gillman. "It's a political deal. Congressmen are trying to satisfy their constituents. Last year we had 10,000 people who bought tickets to the Super Bowl in Los Angeles but didn't use them, supposedly preferring to stay home and watch the game on television. "What will happen at Rice Stadium this year if it rains? How will it affect the marginal season ticket holder? How far it will carry no one knows. Operating professional football is so expensive. Where are we going to cut back? It might be that we'd have to come closer to sports such as basketball, hockey and baseball and have game of the week type arrangements with a limited number of games and in some form of local TV contracts.'' Commissioner Pete Rozelle's greatest fear about the new law, that it will eventually make football a "studio show," seems to be shared by the majority of owners, general managers and coaches. "It'll hurt us, no doubt about it," said Frank Wall, president of the Atlanta Falcons. "People are going to wait for somebody else to buy that last ticket. With it we are going to have trouble | selling out games like St. Louis and Buffalo." "It's an encroachment upon free enterprise," added Falcons' coach Norm Van Brocklin. "They (Congress) can't run the Senate. I don't know how in the hell they can run somebody else's business." While the owners expressed disgust at the new law, they all said they would comply with it. The law is effective only if a game is sold out 72 hours In advance^ and there had been some speculation that teams might hold back some tickets until the day or the game in order to avoid an early sellout. "I wouldn't want to take advantage of a technicality," said George Halas, owner of the Chicago Bears. "Whatever Congress voted, that's what we'll do. It will be interesting,' One of the big problems owners foresee Is losses of revenue in terms of parking and other concessions. In several cases where the team has a lease with the city for use of the stadium, the money from these enterprises goes to the city to pay for the annual cost of maintaining the stadium. Bucs Win ST. LOUIS (UPI)-Wil)io Stargetl, Richie Hebner and Milt May drove in first inning runs off Reggie Cleveland Friday night and (he Pittsburgh Pirates moved to two games ahead of St. Louis with a 3-1 win over the fading Cardinals. The loss drop|)ed ^t. Louis into third place and Montreal moved up to .second, 11-2 games behind the Pirates. tStargell, leading the National League in runs batted in wltli 108, singled home Dave Parker, who singled and went to second when Al Oliver was hit by one of Cleveland's pitches. Hebner then hit a bloop double Into centerfield to drive In Oliver, and May's single brought home Slargell. Parker Lodge No. 142 F. & A.M. Hal- Int nn by law chanfjc .Sept. 17, 197.1. 7:00 p.m. BAY l:ol}NTYlcbljNCrL ON AOING 8MUARRIS0N AVENUE PANAMA CrrV, FLORIDA TO ASSIST DISTRESSED ELDERLY AND OTHERS REGARDLESS OF RACE OR CREED. TO OFFER PROGRAMS THATWILL PROMOTE THE WELL BEING OF THE ELDERLY IN BAY COUNTY. TO CALL ON THE COMMUNITY FOR ASSISTANCF IN THIS PROJECT. WE^EI' VOLUNTEERS. 4, Personals QENTLEVIAN RESIDENTiOF PANAVIACITVJ S« YEARS YOUNG, DESIRES TO MEET LADY WITH A SENSE OF HUMOR AND WHO COULD UNAFFECTEDLY ENJOY THE MARTIAL STATUS. AGE 30 lo SS. MUTUAL CAUTION, SPARRING AND REFERENCE EXCHANGES ANTICIPATED. ALL REPLIES ANSWERED. ALL REPLIES CONFIDENTIAL, WRITE BOX SIM CO NEWS- HERALD. PREGNANT? FAMILY PLANNING OF FLORIDA UNC. TOLL FREE, IN FLORIDA 11800-432-3753. ATTEND THE FLEA MARKET Saturdays - Callaway Village Square Reduce excess fluids with Fluidex. Lose weight with Dex-A-Diet capsules. City Drugs. New Improved "Zippies", the great iron pill now with Vitamin C. Gibson Pharmacy, 898 W. 11th. WANTEiT ALL NEWCOMERS recently moved to Panama City (Bay County) that have not been* WELCOMED call now for COMPLIMENTARY GIFTS. Tell your friends and neigtihci-s. PANAMA CITY NEWCOMER •WELCOME SERVICE 763-1780 ANYTIME P. 0. BOX 2211. 5. Lost & Found LOST I Black nale poodle with snail white narkonchest.Lostat Tyndall. 286-5663. LOST: Small fuzzy wheat colored Terrier with black tips on ears and black muzzle. Vicinity of 1500 Clay Ave. Reward! 763-0641. LOST: On Thomas Drive area. Small black peekapoo with white stomach who comes to the name of "Peppi" Please Call 763-8500 or 785-4693. LOST: Wallet maroon colored with Teresa LaMarre. Important papers inside - REWARD! No questions asked. Call 785-7408 Chuck or send to 711 2nd St. Cove. 8 Services offered VIRGINIA'S CAKE SHOP Cakes for all occasions. Good homemade taste. Lovely designs. 769-1078. W« PLACE CONCRfTE By CONTRAa or YARD • PotWt f Wolk. • Xvawoyi All Materials Te>t«d By The State Road Fast and Easy... .FreeEstimatesI BuMoitr and CraiM Rtntali SIKES CONCRETE PIPE COMPANY E. 15th St. 763-2811 Free estimates - Complete Remodc- ling and home improvement. Licensed contractor, 20 years experience. All work guaranteed. Call day or night. 769-3173. TREE SERVICE-Trimihing, Topping, Removing 4 Stump removal. Sodding. Free Estimates. Jerry F. Wlls, 286-5222, 763-5605, 286-8582. DEAL CONSTRUCTION CO. BIdgs, Repairs, Remodeling, Free Estimates. 26S-S670, Lynn Haven. BULLDOZERS -LANCLEARING- ROOT- RAKE. 785-1 129. REASONABLE RATES! (I AM HUNGRY), need"eiecrrTcii work in county. Licensed. Experience - 10 years, residential, 2 yrs. commercial 265-2697. Remodeling, repairs, roofing, painting, custom built cabinets, store fix- lures. Any size job welcome. Marvin Thrasher. 785-0148. S & T Construction Co. Free estimates, New construction & remodeling. 769-1541. All type of roofing! patch work and re-roofing. 763-9710. TREE EXPERTS Cutting, Trimming, Removing. 7f;5- 6764. Free Estimates. 763-1005. CENTIPEDE GRASS SOD Delivered. Lawtis planted, fertilized. 769-1078. TRUCKING DOZING and coiitruct' work - Fill dirt hauled. Call .lohn Ilousner - 722-4.177. Stuckeys Airconditionins & Refrigeration • Specializing in Window Units. 265.3459,7»>-23a. — •—... I-——.I. II- •! '.. •• M .L.» I I. PAINTING: For all your lnlcrlatjnd> exterior palming needs q'all: ROOFING^ Remodeling, additioa. concrete work, all types of repairs. Uster Hall. 785-0087. BOOKKEEPING IX)NE AT llOMir GOOD WEFRENCES 234 .5982. D4D Roofing: Repairing, reroofiiig ,our specialty. 20 yrs. experience. Free estimates. 265-3267. Attention builders let us texture your ifiew ceiling with Aulslex Vyiia . Call 234-3256. PAFNT'ING" •' INTERIOR EXTERIOR. CALL ROBERT COFIELD ANYTIME. 78S-9008-7K.S-6V2I NKWS-IIKKALI), Panama City, Fla., Saturday, September 1,5,1J)73 Page 11 JOBS AVAILABLE NOW For Men & Women Immediate openings for burners, laborers; Steady year round employment. 1 weelra 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 8 Services offiTcd NELSON'S MOBILE HOME SERVICE TOWING - ROOFCOATING SET-UPS - TIE-DOWNS REPAIRS. DAY - 763-3321 EVENINGS • 76V5098. DOZER WORK -LAND CLEARING - REASONABLE RATES. 785-6603. FOR SALE: Rccord-o-fone automatic telephone answering systems. 785-6160. ITKPAIRING ANDRE-ROOFING OUR SPECIALTY ~ )5 YEAR.S EXPERIENCE. FREE ESTIMATES CALL 785-n9.S7 or 763-2637. ALL KINDS OF YARDWORK. FREE ESTIMATES. 265-3515. ACOUSTICAL Ceiling with glitter on sheet rock and prestressed. Call Delta Building Systems, Inc. 7635831. B & S PAINTING CO Professional Painters. Where you get painting al its best. Washing, wall papering. 763-5310. "liOUSElPLANS"' Stock PLANS. Special Plans Drawn. Builders Plan Service. Many years of service lo the industry. The James Grant Co., Inc. Dothan & Auburn, Ala PANAMA City, Fla. 535 Mercer Ave. 763-4131 PLASTERED: 25 Years experience. Masonry construction, renovations small jobs. 763-8224. For'Kent — Loior i vs and Air Conditioners. Daily - Weekly rates. Reasonable. Lawrence Rentals 234-2472 , 234-2'!12 BIG JOHN (GENERAL CONTRACTOR) I'll makejpu a house honey, but you have to fiftike 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) CONCRETE WORK, patios, drive-' ways, 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. 7693718. BUSHHOGGING LOTS OR ACREAGE 763-8883 769-3352 HAULING OYSTER Shells, fill dirt, tap soil, clay. Call Jimmy Hicks. 763-4391. 234- S873. Jimmies Air Conditioning, Specializing In Window Units. 2915 Aliha, Hilund Park, Phone 76.3-2255. WEATHER'S CONSTRUCTION CO. Painting, Roofing; Remodeling Free Estimates. 763-2437. Guaranteed Work. Repairs any type carpentry, painting, roofing, masonry, concrete. Local call 7224021. .CILADEL PAINTING COMPANY, INC.' FREE ESTIMAnS "A Hhl jik h Mir » HM 11 tk« fitrmmln HM) |MI M« iNTiRiom ixTimoiirAi COMAHKI^HmilWITIAl 'J NEED HOUSE REPAIRS? NO JOB too small. I believe I can please you. Call after 6 p.m. 722- 1267, Ralph Turner. Al ALUMINUM UUILDERS & CONSTRUCTION CO. 785-51-14. Spcciali/ing in patio covers, carports, home for mobile homo. Mobile Home Underskirling, cool ceils, and michors^ DELTA BuiT.DING SVSltiMS, Corp. Drywcll Speciality, 3430 E. Hwy. 98. Ph, 763-5831. 8a. Flowers & (Jifts lew shipment of dry flowers. Good asjiorlmcnl. 230 W. IStb St. 78.'U(vW Flowers for all occasions, FRIENDLY FLOWER SHOP Phone 763-8721 HI. Niirserie.s PEG'S CHILD CARE - Well supervised, experienced. (Infants special attention). Monday-Saturday; Reasonable. 220H E. lOtli. 78.5-8407. PARKER - Will keep clilkiren in my home for wdrkinjj ji.aenl.'i - 785-'l,'»10. TWIN OAKS NURSERY - NOW OPEN • 24 lir«. daily - Well equipped playground - hourly - daily • weekly. 1010 W. Park St. Parker 785,1182. COLLINS CftUU Care, day * nigil Weekly, babyslltlna * boarrt l;-** CUy Ave. Ph. 70-3m. Child care. 24 lldurs. 78.5-7068. 8 Services offered CHILD Care Bay aristian Sthool.. ISIS Foster Avenue. Ages 2-12. Planned program, hot lunch. Call 7tt-m2. JACK 8( JILL NURSERY. Clean, air cond., well supervised 9 yrs. exp. Christian Management. Ages2 mos. - 8 yrs. Night & day care. Mon. - Sal, Limited enrollment. 313 Maple. 76.10302. STETSON'S CHILD CARE. Day. week, hour. Fenced yard. Rewon- able rates. 2003 Frankford Ave. Ph. 763-7194. J7. fiadio&felevisittn Call Jernigan's For color or black and white TV service. Factory trained technicians. 20 year.? in the busines.s. We repair all makes. Phone 785-8588 3210 E. Bus. Hwy. 98. Springfield KIRBY TV Authorized RCA Sales Service. 212 W. 15th St. Phone 7i3-38«2. 22. Help Wanted Mrs. Mac's Child Care. 24 hmirs, 6 days a week. Cunveiiienl locution, .MO W. Ilth St. 763-79IH. WANTED; FEMALE TRUCK DRIVERS. FLORIDA CHAUFFER'S LICENSE REQUIRED. CONTACT LEMARRE SIKES AT 763-2811. SOMEONE TO BABYSIT IN MY HOME.BRANNONVILLE AREA. CALL 769-1784. Needed at Once! First class mechanic. Paid vacation. Profit sharing plan, excellent working conditions. Apply Ken Price, Service Manager, Tommy Thomas Chevrolet-705 W. 15th St. Wanted full lime Chef supervisor for Cafeteria. $2.04 per hour. Call Tyndall AFB Exchaofte-^USUmi^n equal opportunity employer. Reliable babysitter to pick up two children at school. Care for at my home. Hours 2:15 - 5:15 weekdays. Must have own car. Forest Park. 7632528. Dishwasher and busboys. Year round employment. Apply in person to the Harbour House. Press Operator - One year minimum (experience on small offset press. VITRO PRESS Aulomati'bn Industries, Vitro Services Division, Industrial Park, Fort Walton Beach, Florida. Equal Opportunity Employer Male or Female. Adult paint maker. Experienced or inexperienced. Call 769-0348. Counter Help wanted - 18 years old or older. Year Round Employment. Apply in person Pasquales Pizza. MECHANIC Must have tools. St. Andrews 66,3420 W. Hwy. 98, BE A SUCCESS! We show you how in a friendly pleasant profitable way. Individuals or couples. Phone to arrange interview. 785-2253. WANTED: Onefarm man, 1-cashier, l-produce clerk., 2-bag boys over 16. Call 785-7911. GO GO. Experienced or will train. 763-9494. Senior operator wanted tor'busy salon. 820 Ohio Ave. Contact Floyd Gainer. 265-2254. Lynn Haven Beauty Salon. EXPERIENCED BUILT-UP ROOFER FOR ESTABLISHED FORT WALTON FIRM. CALL 2429511. Carpenters and Laborers needed for top wages for top men. Apply Sugar Beach Condominium - 8727 Thomas Drive. Need laborers for construction. Rale of pay $2.85 per hour. 234-6865. An Equal Opportunity Einployer. WANTED: Oyster shucker. Cook's Oyster Bar. .^6 W, Beach Dr. Pnrtime Manager Trainee can grow to 12 to $15,000 first year. Call Mr. Evans. Call for Appointment 769-0085 1-4PM. Needed one mobile home salesman - Experience perferred, but not necessary. Apply in person 748 W. ISth. St. Full Time office help - Sils Mobile Homes, Inc. 785-4671. Iron workers - rudsnien wanted for IIICO Inc. Inquire at the PEPPKR CONDOMINIUM on Hwy 98 West. Want a business of your own? Begin at home • full or partllnie. Ideal Tor couples. 763-4889. gUALlFIEDSALESMEN WANTED We are now Interviewing applicants for 2 positions. The average salary per salesman as of this date is $3)5 per week. The Average salary per salesman in the entire company will be over $15,000 in 1973, We need men who arc qualified to be trained and who want lo earn in access of $1300 per week. Many fringe benefits • can start most people nt what they are making if qualified up to $200 per week. Call District Manager, Harry Sanders for appointment • 763-6629. Semi-Truck drivers and lease o^ieralors with own tractor. We furnish hospllulizniion insurance. Good pay. 1222 Redwood Ave. 769-3321. SALES REP: Best Co. In Area, No Ovcrnile, Top Benef. $9,000 Call Jo 769-1441 Snclling and Snelling CLASSIFIED DISPLAY CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 750 OPENINGS REMAINING SHIPFITTERS WELDERS CHIPPERS PIPEFITTERS ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS PAINTERS ELECTRICIANS SHEETMETAL WORKERS CARPENTERS MILLWRIGHTS OUTSIDE MATCHINISTS Ingalls shipyard continues to grow as it achieves full production. We need 750 more people as a result of our planned expansion of our work force. These are permanent, full time openings. Pay rate $4.30 to $4.60 an hour for experienced craftsmen. Pay rates $2.84 and above for ai)prentices, depending upon irior experience. Steady work, good ringe benefits, big backlog of work. Either report to the Ingalls Employment Office in Pascagoula, Mississippi or fill out the coupon Delow, clip and mail to us and an application will be forwarded. Name Address City " State Zip Telephone I am interested in a job as I have done this type work for . years. Please send me an application and additional information. Ingalls Shipbuilding Litton ^ ^ p. O. Box 149 Pascagoula, Miss. 39567 An equal opportunity employer Male/Female 22. Help Wanted Cocktail Waitress wanted. Apply MuiTni Lounge 6:30-7:30 ).m. 4601 W. Ilwy, 98. No phone cal s please. We need Truck and heavy equipment mechanics, top guaranteed wages. Fringe benefits. One experienced welder. Apply in person only. See Sloan Griffin - Sales Manager Ingram Motor Co. Need immediately full time yardman and mainteance man. Excellent wages with benefits. Apply by phone 763-0646 or 763-7124. Wanted - Cocktail Waitresses N. C. 0. Club, TAFB. Apply business office. Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. WANTED: 2-FIRST CLASS CARPENTERS. REGULAR WORK. CALL 785-5740. 22. Help Wanted Beautician: Fortuna, 299 W. ISth., beside Eckard's. 785-9076 ( 769-2586 after 6:00). A pleasant place. Nurses Aids and Ward Clerk classes will begin at Memorial Hospital Oct. 1, 1973. Those interested. Call Personnel Mrs. Cobb 769-1511 ext. 666. Need someone to live in and take care of elderly person. Call between 6&8 p.m. 785-3617. For Lease - Bryantist Landing Fish Camp on Lockey Lake and Chipola River cut-off, or person to operate business. Standard Coffee Co. will hire male or female for advance sales. Full or part time, minimum travel. Commission or straight salary. Call 7690598 Saturday between 9:00 a.m.-4 p.m. JUNIOR OR SENIOR LICENSED OPERATOR WANHD SALARY GUARANTEED KATHY'S BEAIiTY SALON 785-0741 DAYS 785-6351 EVENINGS AGE 18 AND UP, NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY, ON THE JOB TRAINING, REGULAR WORK YEAR ROUND, ALL WORK INSIDE RAIN, SHINE, HOT OR COLD, STARTING 6,000.00 PER YEAR AND UP. PLUS 4 PAID HOLIDAYS PER YEAR, AND 1 WEEK PAID VACATION AFTER (1 YEAR) WILL CONSIDER PART TIME HELP. APPLY PANAMA CITY TIRE & RECAPPING CO. 3535 E. 4th STREET, IN SPRINGFIELD. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. Make extra money. Build a bright future. 763-5909 for appt. Carpenters Wanted, the Bay Point Project. B 8[ H Construction. City of Callaway is now accepting applications for one Fire man. Applications may be obtained at Callaway City Hall. 769-3080. HIGHESTWAGES piiTfor fiber^ lass workers. Apply Crosby Aeromarine Office, Bldg. 50, Pori Panama City. Heavy Equipment mechanics must have good knowledge of diesel and gasoline engines, repair of trucks, draglines and etc. Cove Contractors Inc. Port Panama Cily. JIM WALTER HOMES has work available for contract with framing sub-contractors in all parts of the State. Plentv of work - subcontractors must have adequate • tools and transportation. Please phone 769-2381 for an appt. Need mature person for independent service station, operator. Good job for right man. Fringe benefits including Insurance and vacations. Apply in person to Hull Oil Co. 1210 W. ISth St. Between 8&S p.m. Hairdresser needed. Good location and clientele. Call Gloria at Grant's Beauty Salon. 785-0571, Forms Carpenters, Carpenter's helpers and concrete finishers. Equal Opportunity Employer. Call 785-6463 from 7 p.m. till 9:00 p.m. AFTERNOON Uours in Cozy afce. shorthand and typing at your own pace. Hiring now $2.25 hr. Call Bea 769-1441 Snelling and Snelling Applications are being taken (or 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. Traioinn aroiiram etc. Call 785-S2S2 Ext. 218. rtUTO MECHANIC Good proposition for reliable and experienced person. Retirement program, group insurance and other fringe benefits. Apply to James Rollins, Bondy-Leonard American, 1026 Harrison Ave. CARPENTER"WANfib~OilT26^ 2667 weekdays after S p.m. Apply 1103 Michigan Avenue, Lynn Haven 30. Business Opportunities 225 Ft. on Gulf at Laguna Beach. Priced right at $800 ft. 4-bdr., 2-bath house, plus 18 unit motel included in price. A sleeper 234-2576. DISTRIBUTOR wanted to service local accounts! CHILDRENS PRODUCTS featuring SESAME ST. & DISNEY items! Highly weekly & monthly earnings possible! Inventory .materials & training necessary. $3,300. cash required! Call or write A i i Marketing Corp., 11276 Harry Hines Blvd., Dallas, Texas 75229. Call Collect MR. COOK (214 ) 2431981. 25 UNIT GULF FRONT MOTEL BEACH RESTAURANT - Seats 275 GRAHAM REAL ESTATE 234-5214 Kitchen help wanted. Western Sizzlin Steak House. 1405 W. Hwy. 98 . 7850292. Cash for original arts and crafts. Send samples & information to: Bhoga Dial, jox 1696, Panama City. TAXI CAB DRIVERS NEEDED Apply Yellow Cab Company Men & Women 122 Harrison Avenue Roller or moppers with minimum i yrs. exp. Well established firm. 2479511 Ft. Walton Beach. A BUSINESS OF YOUR OWN. One you can start In your spare time? It's possible — and easier than you think, when you're an AVON Representative. Call now for the exciting facts: Call or write; Avon Manager 769 -0334. Rl. 4, Box 868. Panama City, Fla 32401 NEAT experienced waitress. Year around employment. See Joby at Joby's Seafood House, 1213 W. 15th Si. No phone calls, please. Roofers, roofers helpers. Immediate permanent — empluynienl. Salary open. Laborers start immediutely $3 .35 an hour. Apply Panama Sheet Metal Works, 516 Mulberry Ave. BUSINESS PROPERTIES REFRIGERATION BUSINESS- Gross sales which includes contracts, re |>air Mrvice and sales in the bi^ six figure bracket. Excellent net pntk. Larn stock of parts. Large plot of land, office and all equipment included equipment in good to excellent condltioo. This business can be purchased for 29% down and terms to be arranged. No information given over phone, APARTMENTS 10 Units with plans and room to expand - Each unit equipped with refrig., range, carpeting and cen. heat antfac. Occupancy rate has been over 90 %. Each unit rents for $140.00 monthly. Price $17S,00. COMMERCIAL BUILDING SITE in center of MiUviUe. 146 feet fronUge on aoutii side sf E. Bus. Hwy, 98 with 300 feet depth, with iwtal house. 8 COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS Located in downtown St. Andrews in the heart of the tourist activity. Price $90,000 with $2S,000 down. Rental should pay out balance in leas than 10 year*. INVESTMENT PROPERTY - UfvebuUdii« X Off, rental apirononl, and 3 BR 2 Bath ipa- cMushom* all on lanMpraperty. Entire pocket* for only W,000 with easy, low Intereit-partitI financing by owner. Home may be purcuaod oeiperately, BROWNE, McCOY & CALLAWAY, INC. RMltori 76}-3M4

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