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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT, REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. NEWS- JUNE 10, 1976 PA GE 5 " Says ommtsston R by Jack Davis 85 and the dirt road north from on First Avenue East and Eighth "Most of the damage caused Ludlam's Store were on the Street. Hayes also approved, by Hurricane Eloise has been schedule to be paved, at the council's request, the cleared and now with a "break" Hayes said a bridge had to opening of Fifth Street fromthe in the weather we can move be built across Big Creek be- Laurel Hill High School gym- hack in the business of road fore the paving of the Ebenezer nasium to the intersection of .... construction, Okaloosa County Road could be completed. He Chicago Avenue and Chicago ~,,.=~: Commissioner Hayward Hayes also said the resurfacing of Avenue East to the end of told the Laurel Hill City Court- Highway 85-A west from the Fourth Street. cil at their monthly business intersection of Highway 85 to In the business session, the session on Thursday night, the Travelers Rest Church had council approved the purchase ! Hayes was invited by the been completed, of four flashers with stands to .council for an update on road Hayes, told the group that if mark danger areas on streets construction in the area in gen- the State Legislature approved while work is underway and four eral and to discuss assistance the return of the fifth and sixth trash containers for the square He said the weather was the ty during the present session, The council also approved a worst he had experienced and that the county might be able cost of living pay raise for it has put road work far be- to "knock out the dirt roads in Work Superintendent Randall hind schedule, the county." . Stewart to $3.25 an hour and a Hayes noted approximately Hayes, in answer to a ques- raise to $2.50pe/'hourforpart- three-tenths of a mile had been tion about the status of the time city employee Bill Welch. paved on the old Lockhart- overpass atCrestview, saidthe In other action, the council Laurel Hill road in Svea and appraisal of the affected pro- voted three to two to ammend the dirt road north off highway perty for the right-of-way was the city ordinance to allow a being conducted and as far as city beer license to the Laurel Set T?, TS ?/ no. Puppeteers e.l heknewtheoverpasswouldbe HilICafe. Followingadiscus- Titl constructed, sion on the matter, a motion Hayes said the county would was made by Councilman Price Me ng Set ,~x~,, they could when asked and seconded by Councilman have seen the or a et[ if they could assist in park Sanders. Voting for the change PuPpets asateach-~~i~eo~~~.ts~iiii~i~~raa!i~Tth" construction. "We set up a were Price, Sanders and Day. :e for clarifying J. Murray King, Covington park fund each year and state Voting against the change were 'in iples and de- County Superintendent of Edu- funds are available," he said. Councilmen Strickland and b~ ;ic classroom cation, announces that there He also said that funds are re- Wynn. Also opposed to the ~e recognized as will be a Title I District-Wide ceived from the state motor boat change was Mayor Gene Clary. in contempo- sons and teach the ins and outs individual, only a limited hum- Parent Advisory Council meet- licenses fees for building boat says Puppet of television performance," bet of registrations will be ta- ing in the office of the Super- ramps and tables. President, Bill says a PPl spokesman. Rea- ken. For information phone intendent of Education onTues- The discussion about a part ~ows like Sesame lactic puppet designs, colorful 222-5152. Dress should be day, June 29, 1976 at 10:00a.m. centered around the proposed 9ioneered the value props, stages, sound equipment, comfortable and casual since The purpose of the meeting is park at Horsehead Creek. The Ppets to accele- and special lighting are allpart every registrant will take a to discuss the proposed Title I Laurel Hill Ruritan Club has Program for 1976-77. All been working on the project learning and hold of what make our Puppet Sere- turn performing behind the members are urged to attend for years and is currently seek- of youngaudiences inars a must." stage. this meeting, ing another site since the par- 'c ad i ryC cil cel of property donated to the club for that purpose was deeded a felt needamongm~e this teach- ~ SO O~.~,n eke' O~ ~t/~~, to the state Department of ore widely avail- f~- .,~ ~ Transportation when the right- :~awes'galist S I d For T t l ][ /~ ~(~ ~ (~ of-waywaswidenedtoaccomo- )Y learning situa- e ecte / e date the new culvert-type "Y type of educa- bride~ ng -in the art of County Superintendent of Edu- Mrs. Mary Tisdale; Hayes also told the council that as soon as the weather Blue Springs Jr. High School, "Say 'how are you' to a permitted, the street work Mrs. Jeffie Floyd, Mrs. Ann neurotic and he'll tell you." Northey, Mrs. June Peters. in the city would get underway of public ' school students, and already been professional as a result, over and schools are in creative pup- for i976 will media use, live tips for working tech- anizing a Church making pup- cation, announces that Parent Advisory Councils for each Ti- tle I participating school for Covington County Schools have been established. Members were selected by the parents in the affected school attendance areas. A majority of the members of each Council are parents of children who participated in Title I program activities dur- ing the preceding year, or who will participate in the current year's program. A system- wide Parent Advisory Commit- on stage; andus- tee will be composed of all as, teachers in members selected for the local urch and Sunday Councils. Special interest to Each Advisory Council has rs will be their en- been given responsibility for general education advising in the planning, ira- language arts and :plementation, and evaluation of the Title I program, and will offer .,two semi- be furnished as needed, infor- first will teach be- ran|ion and materials for el- manipulation and fective involvement, planning, m have had some developing, operation, and eva- ce. Their ad-luation of projects under Title iSespeciallyde- I. =';" Local school advisory com- mittee members who will also ! be members of the system- wide council are: Straughn High School, Mr. Donald Knox, Mr. John Bry- ant, Reverend Buddy Sansing; Red Level High School, Mrs. Helen Bradley, Mrs. Don In- gram, Mrs. Bryon Liles; Pleasant Home High School, Mrs. Leslie Bryder, Mrs. Charlotte Smith, Mrs. Sue Taylor; Florala High School, Mrs. Myra Mickelson, Mrs. Hilda Wallace, Mr. Samuel Poppell; W. S. Harlan Jr. High School, Mrs. Anelia Laird, Mrs. George Goolsby, Mrs. Sara Gautney; Fleeta Jr. High School, Mrs. Quarterback t$ Drake, Paxton incipal, announc- an annual re- Progress for Pax- for the 1975- had been corn- home to the pa- enrolled in the The Council, acting on a sug- gestion by Sanders, then voted to table the matter until the July meeting so they could de- vote more time to determining what hours the beverages might be sold. The Council also approved an ordinance naming the council as City Planning Agency as the first step in complying with the State Comprehensive Planning Act of 19"/5. The action was taken following the study of a letter from Rick Sprague, chief of the West Florida Regional Planning Council, which re- commended this action. Sprague also pointed out in his letter that the survey in accordance with the Act would contains interest- and statistics include the enrollment, goals, results, progress goals, and future or interested community who copy of this contact the I one,"Drake Club To Meet Tuesday Night The Florala Quarterback Club will hold its regular mon- thly meeting at the Dinner Bell Restaurant on Tuesday, June 15, 1976, at "/:30 p.m. A pro- posed written constitution for the Club will be offered for consideration by members pre- sent. All interested persons are invited to attend. FRESH Clayton Hall Son Farm NEW HARMONY -- By Church l'omatoes Squash Watermelon Sweet Picked, Boxed, and Ready To Sell Phone Paxton 4-5236 cost from $10 to $15,000 and maps in connection with the the planning council could hart- survey. The council also voted die the task or the city coun- to join the Planning Council. cil could employ a consulting The first action was taken on engineering firm of their choos- a motion by Strickland and the inc. The cost would include all second on a motion by Sanders. WHAT'S MISSING? J signature, of course. Placed on a check issued by our bank makes this piece of paper just as good as cash. And a lot safer to handle. A checking account gives you a complete record of all financial transactions for tax purposes and enables you to pay your bills by walking no fur- ther than your mail box. Open your checking account this week. The of Florala MEMBER FDIC SALE PRICES GOOD THRU ,JUNE 1 2, SAT. IBmlarJII 1 9 QUART BABY BATH STURDY FOR LOTS OF WEAR. SAFE FOR SMALL BABIES. 5 QUART PLASTIC PAINT OR UTILITY OURREG PRICE 1." I=All - GREAT.f,< BUY MANY USES AROUND THE HOUSE OR /C\v~ffie.,) WORKSHOP OUR REG. 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