Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 9, 1973 · Page 39
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 39

Panama City, Florida
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Sunday, September 9, 1973
Page 39
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I For The Record :VIAKI(IA(<iK I.U KNKKS I'cloi' W, Aiisliii, IH, ;in(l Jiulitl) Ann Kicist-r, 17; David Hovviit'd Hamcs, 2'.\, iiiid C'liaila Atiii Davis, 17; Rohcil W. Hciini'tl .)!'., '3, and ('andacc S\ic Dillard, 21; Michael Kdward Bushy, 21, and 1'(' KK.V .Icaii Parks, 2(1; .laini's Alhcrl Ck'iiiK'y. '>'-. ''"id Dt'lla Moicnc Sauls, 41; Fiaiikliii Di'lano Coffey, and Cccilc Kllcn W. Arthur Cui'i'if, 2'l, and Mella Chi{'nf,'vanicli, 2,'); Rennto Joseph DyiT, 24, and Legal Notices PUBLIC NOTICE The United States Forest Service will hold three I'ldilli AMII Ih'wiiilloii, 24; .lames Tlioiuas (UllHM 't, 22, and Frances C.arlolta Slieffii'ld, 20; Hoy 'i' (lol'f, 22, and Phyllis Kti(^ciii;i (Irccr, ,'M; Allli'rl L. ,)oi)i's, and Hcrtlia I.. Anderson, Ui; Vincent Iluss .lones, 21, and Marlliarlne Sims, 19; Michael Blaine Kilpalrick, 21, and Nancy .Jean Davison, 17; Allen Pa«e 21, and Cliery! Flaine Dean, 20. .James A. Peiernian, 22, and Mary Ann Fi'azier, IS; ,Ja('k Irwin Pfeiffor', 29, and Joyce Ann Parks, .'J2; Louis Allen Pierce, 22, and Deborah Laurine Cox, 20; Steven Kane Richason, 22, and Jpyce Ann Lucas, 22; James Hubert Roddam, 19, and Susan Olivia Nelson, 18; Gary Wallace Rosen, 24, and Charlotte Spi'in^, ;M; W . Charles Self, 20 and Vickie Loe Shears, 19; John Public Listening Sessions "t^my Thomas, 19. and Mellnda to hear all comments ' -^f^f" Jenkins, 19; and Thomas .S|IM'HFfl,i;i) Lavvience D, ('ovvarl vs B. I'', (•oodrii'h Co., damages; Linda Marie Shrader, by nuillu-r, vs The Cily of Panama (.'it v fieach, .Sr),0»0 and .'i;.'")().0()() (lamaKcs; Marsha K. Rai'dln vs Cary Lyiwi Clitie, unifoi'm supix)/'!; Alma Louise Lofton Coinad to Catherine Louise Harnhart Conrad, cyian|,'eof name; Willie I)orouf,'h Jr. vs National Convoy, Inc., damages $.'5,000; Glenda Hall vs Fdvvard li. Hall, uniform support; Cora Louise Bu.ssell vs Lonnie C. Hicks, modification of foreign judgment. Edward Kimbly Mosioy a minor by father Edward R. Moslcy vs Rogers Panama City Chrysler Plymouth Inc., damages $2,500; James l\. Farrington (Betty) vs Johnnie W. Ramer (Henrietta), specific ))erhirniaiice; imder llie will of Ilia Sue S<'(itl, dcct-ased, (|iialific;itioii of trustee; .(eannic Lee VVelzcl vs Tliomas iJavic Wf'izel, uniform .siif)porl; Sarah Yoiige, Ura.ssand Copjier Shop, Inc., vs Jr)vc<' J, Faraboiirgh Ward, morlgage foreclrisiirc. (' 0 K I' 0 R A T IONS (ilAUTKRKI) Soiilbcrii Advisors, Inc., 20 llighpoint Drive, Panarrm Cily, dciiUi]^ in any lawful bii.sincss, incorporator Irving /^olo, Panama City; Blue Water Land DevelopiiienI Co., Inc., 8150 Ohio Ave,, Lynn Haven, dealing in e c 0 n o m i c i) (• v e 1 o |) in e n 1, incorporators; James M. Mullins, Lynn Haven, Doris Mullins, Headland, Ala., and Mickey Mullins, Union City, Ga.; and Craft.snien's Cov(.', Inc., 608 E. Third St., Panama City, dealing in any lawful business, incoiporatois: Henry C. Doster and .Jennifof R. J, Doster. both of Panama City. orally and written - from citizens to determine public interest in proposal concerning management goals for the Apalachicola and Oseola National Forests. Comments will also Jeffei'son West, 25, and Linda Kav Spires. 24. HUSINESSLICENSKS Richard A. Laird, 835 Harrison Ave., Gator Motors. liUILDIXG PERMITS W. C. Battle, 101,3 Hamilton Ave., brick outside, .fLSOO; Al be solicited concerning Boden 316 Charry St., 24 management of other apartments, $250,000; Fade, 119 National Forest in the N. Gayle Ave., remodeling, Southern Coastal Plain. $^50; Monte, 126 2nd Place, rear Documents outlining porch, $2,600; Panama these goals and a possible Petroleum, inc., 5 East 15th St.. management direction ^^"'"llf • l^;;T 'o I^'"are available at the fol- Clara Webb.30mBon.ta Ave.. lowing location: United enclose porch, .tsoo. states Forest Service, District Rangers Office at Bristol, Crawfordville and Lake City, Florida and the Forest Supervisors Office in Tallahassee. Written Statements will be accepted until September 26, 1973, and should be sent to the Forest Supervisor, P. 0. Box 1050, Tallahassee, Florida 32302 The thre^ Public Listening Sessions will be held at: 1. Lake City in the Columbia County Courthouse at 7:00 P.M. on September 17. 2. Tallahassee in Tallahassee Federal Savings and Loan Auditorium on North Monroe at 7:00 P.M. on September 19, 3. Bristol in the Liberty County Courthouse at 7:00 P.M. on September 24. 70)1: Aug. 29; Sept. 9. 1973 Springs ToGet Park BONIFAY - Work will start soon on Ponce do Leon Springs State Recreation Area in Ponce de Leon, according to Randolph Hodges, executive director of the Department of Natural Resources. Bids already have been let for construction of four picnic shelters, bathhouse and an entrance station and gates, Hodges said. Property for the park was secured by the Holmes County Development Commission and the Department of Natural Resources Division of Recreation and Lakes, he said. Total acreage is,370. According to plans, a small weir will bs built at the mouth of the springs to maintain the level of water, which is 68.5 degress year around. A Spanish theme will be used for the buildings, which will incorporate arches and tile roofs. The park site borders Sandy Creek, and Interstate 10 crosses the area a few hundred yards south of the springs, which flow at the rate of 14 million gallons of water daily. OPENING DAY — Teachers pictured with students on the opening day of Good Shepherd Lutheran School are, left to right, Lloyd Knudson, principal and grades three and four: Rev. Henry Meyer, assistant pastor; Rev. Gordon Waterman, pastor; Mrs. Marilyn Ouimette, grades one and two, and Mrs. Ella Knudson, kindergarten. Own your own vacatic»i home for only $19,900. Get the bcadi for free. r I WAN-rTOGETAWAYTO IT ALL! "j and elegant French desserts-and amusement I T Send me your free brcxhute on parks with something for everyone. I lop ot the Gulf holiday condomtniums. ! T i • • ti.\. i u • . i. I .111 A : lo claim your piece of the beach, just put : iS «l ,-iboutli lliij |ii <isAvL 'iiuu I (inru \f\i \j ^ ' i .'r Ai j I^>lWIwQtvBw ^d^lloIid .^Hii 'l()l { ^lUU.UO Qoivn to rcscrvc an elegant Top ot the I I Gulf holiday condominium. They're priced I NAMF j from $19,900 to $27,000, and unlike many j I vacation homes they come finished and ready j Ai)i)i<Ls.s I to move into. The price includes a fully I ~. - - Y V I equipped, total electric kitchen with a pass l^!^^ ««„.124 through bar, wall to wall carpeting in your choice of colors, sound proof constniction and Come on and claim your piece of the most 24 hour security. The fiin includes a swimming beautiful beach in the worid... the sparkling pool with a party pavillion, tennis courts, a white Panama City Beach. It comes with all boardwalk over the dunes, and 400 feet of the swimming, surfing, deep sea fishing and sparkling white beach. Send for our free sun bathing that you care to indulge in. Then if brochure and floor plans, you get tired of the water... there's golf on Preconstruction prices $ 19,900 to five beautiful courses, tennis right outside your $27,000. $ 100reservation (fully refundable window, gourmet dining on fresh caught fish at any time). G,.«au,ay*(.itall. ^^/^(Sf Exhibit and Information Center open daily 9:00 AJVl. to 6:00 P.M. U\j (904)234-6628 ^ ^ l)twl ()|)IML 'rilM /lll(l (J (;ilK'llll >yl'l )l |)|wl .il ))ilCi))))|)iillV,lnr, llii'iollunini ismil iiviilliililii wlHiiniiiiihiliilmlhyldw NKWS-IIKKAIJM'lUiiinmCity, l<'la..Siimliiy,Sc |»t«'iiilM 'r!», im Vn^'ll) FOOD STORES FRIIMOllESTSTORlSIMTOWN Operated by SUNSHINE- JR- STORES INC. SUNSHINE LEWIS SAYS: "Why kill time when one can employ it?" PRICES GOOD THRU TUES SEPT. 11, 1973 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED THE BEST MEAT IN TOWN FLA GRADE A WHOU FRYERS RED SNAPPER FILLETS 99 IB. MONDAY ONLY 49 DZ. THE FRESHEST PRODUCE WESTERN LETTUCE 25s POTATOES

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