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Friday, September 14, 1973
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P BRC 8A NKWS-IIKRAIJ), PaiiaiiiaCity. Flii., Friday,Stplembcr 14,1973 Legal Notices \'0 TICE OF ELECTION IN THE MATTER OF ELECTION OF SUPERVISORS FOR BAY SOIL AND WATER CONSEKVATION DISTRICT. Pursuant to Section S«2.18, Florida Statutes, notice is hereby given of an election to elect three (3) supervisors for the Bay Soil and Water Conservation District for terms of four (4) years each, to be held between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on the 16th day of October, 1973, at the following polling place: Courthouse Annex 301 McKenzie Avenue Panama City, Florida Petitions nominating candidates for supervisors shall be signed by at least twenty-five (25) qualified electors who reside in the district and filed with the office of Kenneth R. Littlejohn, Acting Coordinator, Soil and Water Conservation Council, Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Post Office Drawer EE, Gainesville, Florida 32601, no later than September 15, 1973, thirty (30) days prior to election date. Petitions may he obtained by contacting tiie District Conservation in your local soil and water conservation district. A qualified elector includes any person qualified to vote in general elections under the constitution and statutes of this state who is a landowner in the district. See Section 582.01 (4) and (6), Florida Statutes. Before voting, each elector is requested to present his county certificate of registration as proof of eligibility to vote to the poll manager and record his name and residence address. Kenneth R. Littlejohn, Acting Coordinator Soil and Water Conservation Council Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services 7036: Sept. 10, 14, 1973 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BAY COUNTY CASE NO. 73- In Re: The Marriage of JOSEPH E. La FONTAINE, Husband, and LOIS ANN La FONTAINE, Wife. NOTICE TO DEFEND TO; LOIS ANN LaFONTAINE, 9289 Debby Joe Drive, Clarkston, Michigan 48016 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on the 22nd day of August, 1973, a Petition for dissolution of marriage was filed in the above styled court by the petitioner, Joseph E. La Fontaine. You are hereby notified that you should file your Answer and defenses to this Petition on or before the 2Sth day of September, 1973, by filing the original tnereof with Bruce Collins, Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for Bay County, Florida, and by serving copies thereof upon the petitioner's attorney, ALTON 0. PAULK, 303 Magnolia Avenue, Panama City, Florida, or else the relief prayed for in said Petition will be granted by default. PLEASE GOVERN YOURSELF ACCORDINGLY. BRUCE COLLINS, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Legal Notices certain named bodies of wnler as pristine und endangered niul sets forth specific prohibitions concerning the waters to protect their water quality and also defines waste load allocations for certain named bodies of water and designates water quality class .segments. (2) A proposed revision to Chapter 17-16, Wnslevvaler (Sewage) Treatment Plant Operators Certification, Florida Administrative Code. The proposed revision includes provisions for rating wastewater treatment plants witli a composite score in order to determine the certification rec|iiiremcnts for operators who will be Ml actual charge of the operation of the plants and also inc tides more specific rules pertaining lo certification procedures. (3-A) A memorandum of understanding between the Florida Department of Pollution Control Board and the United Slates Environmental Protection Agency coneerninfi state certification of pollutant discliarges in accordance with Section •101 of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, Public Law 92-500, and concerning Florida's iniplemen- tation of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System in accordance with Section 402, Public Law 92-500. (3-B) Proposed rules to implement and enforce the memorandum of understanding. Copies of the proposed rule amendments are available for public inspectiof at the Florida Department of Pollution Control and its regional offices. ALLPERSONS DESIRING TO BE HEARD or to present evidence at the public hearing will be given an opportunity to do so. STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF POLLUTION CONTROL PETER P. BALJET Executive Director Sept. 14. 1973 70S7: FICTI TIOUS NAME Notice is hereby given thai pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the undersigned persons intend to register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Bay County, Florida, four weeks after the first publication of this notice, the fictitious name or trade name under which they will be engaged in business and in which said business is to be carried on, to-wit: (Name of Business) Jak-La' Treasures Location of Business) 2505 Velma Avenue Panama City, Florida 32401 (Owner) Jackie D. Fowler & Lavena R. Hill 7060: Sept. 14, 21, 28; Oct. 5, 1973 (seal) 6999: By Mary Lou Self Deputy Clerk Aug. 24, 31; Sept. 7, 14, 1973. ORDINANCE NO. 886 AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE INSTALLATION OF A WATER SPRINKLER SYSTEM AS A FIRE PROTECTION DEVICE IN MULTISTORY HOUSING UNITS EXCEEDING TWO STORIES, AND ADOPTING APPLICABLE BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION CODES RELATING THERETO, REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH AND RECITING AN EFFECTIVE DATE: BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF THE CITY OF PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA: Section 1; In addition to the existing codes and regulations as might apply, all multi-dwelling structures having more than two floors shall have a one hundred percent automatic sprinkler system for fire protection on each floor in accordance with Volume 6, of the National Fire Code of the National Fire Protection Association, 1972-1973 edition, which is herein adopted. Section 2: The controls and electrical connections for the sprinkler system pumps shall be physically located in a building separate and apart from the multi-dwelling structure. Section 3: All multi-story dwellings as herein defined shall have an electrical main shunt trip breaker or electrical main disconnect breaker on the ground floor of the structure. Section 4: All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed to the extent of such conflict. Section 5: This Ordinance shall take effect upon its passage and publication as required by law, PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED at the regular meeting of the City Commission of the City of Panama City, Florida, this Uth day of September, 1973. M. B. Miller MAYOR ATTEST: E. H. Wilcox CITY CLERK APPROVED this nth day of September, 1973 M. B. Miller MAYOR 7058: Sept. 14, 1973 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BAY COUNTY. IN RE: ESTATE OF MELVIN J. BECK, Deceased. NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned administrator of the above named estate will sell at public sale a 1970 Buick LeSabre 4 Door Sedan, I.D. No. 4546909131119, which is an asset of the Estate at 11 :.30 a.m. on September 28, 1973, at the North Front Door of the Bay County Courthouse. -s-Teddy M. Beck, Administrator 7059: Sept. 14, 1973 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN RE: ESTATE OF JOHN V. W. FALCK,DECEASED: All persons and parties having any claims and demands against the above named estate are hereby notified and required to present same to the Clerk of Circuit Court of Bay County, Florida, at his office at the Court House in Panama City, Florida, within six (6) calendar months from the first publication of this Notice. Each claim or demand must be in writing and state the place of residence and post office address of the claimant, and must be sworn to by the claimant, his agent or attorney, or the same will become void according to law. Mary H. Falck Executrix of the Estate of. John V. W. Falck, deceased 7018: Aug 31, Sept 7, 14, 21,1973 IN T H ITTT R CUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BAY COUNTY. IN PROBATE IN RE: Estate of DARNELLA MILTON, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All cieditors of DARNELLA MILTON, who died on August 21,1973 while a resident of Bay County, Florida, are notified that they are required to file any claims or demands that they may have against her Estate in the Circuit Court for Bay County, Florida, in the Courthouse at Panama City, Florida, within six calendar months from the date of the first publication of this Notice. Each claim or demand must be in writing and filed in duplicate, and must state the place of residence and post office address of the claimant and be sworn to by the claimant, his agent or his attoreny, or it will become void according to law. DATED this- day of August, 1973. Julian Bennett, Administrafo." of the Estate of Darnella Milton HILTON, BENNETT, LOGUE, PAULK & BURKE P. 0. Box 70 Panama City, Florida 32401 ATTORNEYS FOR ADMINSTRATOR 7034: Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28, 1973 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that on August 24, 1973, Denver T. Braniien tendered for filing with the Federal Communications Commission, Washington, D.C. 20SS4, an application requesting Commission consent for assignment of license of Radio Station WPAP-FM, Panama City, Florida, lo The Deltona Broadcasting Company, Inc. Station WI'AP- FM is uiilhorized to operate on u frequency of 92.5 megahertz, with authorized power of 39 kilowalLs. DenverT. Brannen is the sole proprietor of Station WPAP-FM. The Deltona Broadcasting Company, Inc., is wholly-owned by The IX-ltona Corporation. The olfieers and directors of The Deltona Broadcasting Company, Inc., are Frank E. Mackle, Jr., Robert F. Mackle, Noil K. Bahr, I.. Grant Peeples, William II. O'Dowd, Jr., and Laurence W. Schocli. A copy of the a related materials pplicalion and s available for NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO A'HOW ITiWAY.CONCERN; The Board of the Florida Department of Pollution Control will hold a public hearing ut 9:00 A. M., October 16, 1973, in the Department's conference room, Montgomery Building, Koger Executive Center, 2562 Executive Center Circle East, Tallahassee, Florida, for the purpose of receiving testimony, evideilce and public comn^ent oii the following: (I) A proposed amendment lo ,„,.,,,„u Chapter 17-3, Pollution of Waters, President f-'lorida Administrative Code. The 7017: An proposed rule amendment classifies public inspection at the .studios of Station WPAP-FM, 232 Harrison Avenue, between the hour.s of 100 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. 7038: Sept. 11, 14, 18, 21, 1973 INTENTION TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE IS IIEKKBY GIVEN that, pursuant to Ch. 865.09, F.S., the undersigned person.s iiilcnd (o register with the Clerk of the Bay County, Florida, Circuit Court, (lie ficlilious trade name under which they will be engaged in business und in which said business is to be curried on, to- wit; NAME OF BUSINESS: HAY CABINETS LOCATION OF BUSINESS; 503 Ohio Avenue, Lynn Haven, Florida OWNEK(S): BAY MANUFACTURING & MILLWORKS, INC. Gary M. Po.sey, President 7017: Aug 31, .Sept 7, 14, 21, 1973 S-II |.;K .\|,/), Paniima Cily, f 'If,., Fridiiy, S.-plcriibcr II, Um Vuf^v !)A WEST Second Big Week! 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Quality Building Materials at Low, Low Prices.. .5i„ce 1892 SATISFACTION GIJ WEST 5400 EAST HIGHWAY 98 IN PARKER INAMERICARDI Phone 763 nmmm MMDAT nm ^MMV ha A.M-A00 f M ARANTEED ON EVERY PURCHASE $500.00 INSTANT CREDIT APPROVAL ON MOST MAJOR CREDIT CARDS WEST Dad wants to marry but daughter says no By Abigail Van Buren © 1*73 »» Chlcaw Tribunt-N. Y. News Syntf., Inc. • DEAR ABBY. I've been going with a wonderful man who's been talking marriage. The problem is his ."iS-year-old daughter. She'.s never been married and lives with him. Her mother died ir> years ago, and she isn't interested in dating or going anywhere except with her father. This daughter has never earned a dollar in her life. She keeps telling her father he's too old to marry again [he most certainly is NOT! I and he's taken her to Europe, South America, to the Orient; name it and they've been there. He is such a dear and generous man, he doesn't want to hurt his daughter, but he says he loves me, and if I'll just be patient, in time his daughter will eventually come around to accepting me. I want to marry this man, but I'm afraid it's hopeless. What do you think? GIVING UP DEAR GIVING: It's hopeless, unless Father tells Daughter that it's important for her to start making a life of her own because he's not going to be around forever. Unless I miss my guess. Daughter might need some psychological surgery to separate her from her father. Unless Father is willing to go along with the above-mentioned suggestion, forget him. "Time" accomplishes nothing. People do. DEAR ABBY: My "ex" and I have been divorced for 18 months, and I have custody of our four sons, ages 5 to 16. My "ex" has unrestricted visitation rights which he seldom uses, altho we're all in the same city. The few times he's come to see the boys, he just drives up in front of the house, honks his horn, and expects the boys to come running. [They do, of course.] He never offers to take them for a ride. He just visits with them while they stand in the street, and he sits in his car. I feel this is degrading to the boys and have told the older one to please tell his father that he is welcome to come in our home to visit, and I would absent myself while he's here. [The divorce was so messy, my "ex" can't look me in the face.] The last time he was here, our 13-year-old asked him for his address so he could write to him or maybe visit him there, and his father quickly drove off without even answering him. Needless to say, the boy was hurt and burst into tears, and his brothers were upset, too. The boys say they feel funny standing on the street. How can this awkward situation be handled? HURTING FOR THE BOYS DEAR HURTING: Your 16-year-old should be sufficiently mature to tell Father that it's embarrassing to stand outside, visiting, and in the future he should please come in the house. [He can repeat the fact that "Mother" will not be around. 1 If that doesn't do it, since you're not speaking, perhaps your lawyer could write his lawyer a letter. DEAR ABBY: T am a 28-year-old adult who writes like an 8year-oId child. As you can see, my penmanship is horrid! My husband is so embarrassed, he doesn't want me to address our Christmas cards. I try to slow down and write very carefully, but I find myself grasping the pen so hard my fingers ache. I realize this is something that should have been corrected during my first few years in school, but unfortunately it wasn't. This may not seem like a very serious problem to you, but it is to me. Any suggestions you can give me m\\ certainly be appreciated. ASHAMED DEAR ASHAMED: I read every word of your letter with no difficulty and believe me, I have seen worse. Strive for legibility, and don't worry about the rest. ProUemg? You'll feel better if you get it off your chest. For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. WM. L. A.. Calif. MN9. EncloM stampe4 self-addresied envelope, pleaie. Legal Notices RETAIN IHIS WOKK SHEtT OtPAMIMENIOf THE IHtASUHY OtFICE Of REVENUE SHARING 1900 PtNNSVLVAMA AVE NW WASHINGTON DC 30?36 Legal Notices THC GOVEHNMENr Of SPRINGFIELD ->! . IKI p;-! EXECUTIVE PHOPOSAL ':i.«t "llj DEBT" MOW i.M \t„'t.,itaMi •.-( r« \ i AVGin mai INCHl ASt ]p 'l ; LESSEN OIB' iNCHf ASE "if.iT TAXES ir." ^h-cli" i :r II,. loll JUN 30, 1974. $34,282 j" "it 1 will miviwi [H*crmQ f" dPEnATiNb /MAINTENANCE EXPirJOlTUftES PPIIOHITY I.XPINDMURE rAUIlORItSlA) •"••"] .JUL 1, \m .N„,»w«o \ fjIlMArnt TOTAL 01 ACtOliM m i 10 2 003 oo« SPRINGFIELDCITY ! MAYOR "' SPRINGFIELD FLORIDA 32-101 CAINIAl. EXCENUITUHES Cf HCffJfP'.ANNtO (dfl '^W iDill I !» .3-1,2^2.00 %, 10154 • 3 -l ,2>S2.00 %, .\ %. % % %l % % % % % \ % % % % % % % % % % % % % n'' Mi'HK, !•,Willi SL'pk'inbL'i II, l ')73 inniii City UuUn llurulJ roun WOHH SHICJ It's A Bird The French call it oiseau- niouchc, or fly-si/e bird. Spaniards and Portugucso say pica flor — pock the flower — and beija flor — kiss the flower. In the Lesser Anlillos and Cuba it's named for the sound the wings make — murmures and zum-zum, Americans know thorn as huinniingbirds. Nice I'rofil Occasionally stanii>-<.'ol- lecting pays handsomely, and get-rich-(]uick stories soon make the rounds. A collector bought a sheet of 4 -cenl stamps from the United Nations in and later discovered the stamps lacked the proper black shading. That printing error brought the purchaser more than $10,000 for (he fid stamjis. A ^I'luulo oywter ntity (iroducc iih(>iit 100 iiiillioii ('Kg8 (!v«ry

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