Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 26, 1974 · Page 11
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 11

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Wednesday, June 26, 1974
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July forth Fete Set Firemen will set off the annual fireworks display on July 4 at City Marina, beginning at dark, City Manager Frank Ml2e said In his report to City Commissioners Tuesday. He said there wilt be a concentration of aerial fireworks. Mize also reported: An application has been processed for an alohollc beverage license for James E. Rlggan and John F. Mitchell, doing business as "The Cheese Barn," located at 14 West 11th Street. A work order has been given to the contractor to pave the following streets: 8th Court from East Avenue to Kraft Avenue, 8th Plaza from East Avenue to Kraft Avenue, 7th Street from Sherman Avenue to College Avenue, Church Avenue from Nelson Street to Cherry Street, 8th Street from Sherman Avenue to College Avenue, 8th Court from Sherman Avenue to College Avenue, 6th Street from Cactus Avenue to Bay Avenue, 6th Court from Cactus Avenue to Bay Avenue, Maple Avenue from 9th Street to 11th Street, 10th Street from Sherman Avenue to Redwood Avenue, 14th Street from Bay Avenue to Redwood Avenue, Cypress Avenue from 11th Street to 12th Street, Harris Avenue from 10th' Street to 11th Street, 12 Street from Palo Alto Avenue to Mercedes Avenue, 14th Court from Mercedes Avenue to Bay Avenue, Bay Avenue from 14th Street to 15th Street, 8th Court West of Bay Avenue, 6th Street from Cypress to Bay Avenue, Bay Avenue from 11th Street to 12th Street, Harris Avenue from 11th Street to 12th Street, Harris Avenue from 14th Street to 15th Street, Louisiana Avenue from 15th Street to 17th Street, 17th Street from Cove Boulevard to Louisiana Avenue, Harmon Avenue from 7th Street to 8th Street, 8th Street from Harmon Avenue to McKenzie Avenue, State Avenue from 8th Street to 9th Street, Massalina Drive from 8th Street to 11th Street, Harmon Avenue from 9th Street to 11th Street, Fairland Avenue from 14th Street to 15th Street, Friendship Avenue from 14th Street to 15th Street, 14th Street from Fairland Avenue to Fortune Avenue, Hickory Avenue from 12th Street to 15th Street, 20th Street from Michigan Avenue to Drummond Avenue, Clay Avenue from 9th Street to 11th Street, 18th Street from Arthur Avenue to Clay Avenue, Drummond Avenue from 19th Street to 20th Street, Louise Avenue from 19th Street to 20th Street, Grant Avenue from 19th Street to 20th Street, Laurel Avenue from 19th Street to 20th Street, Uth Court from Beck Avenue to Chestnut Avenue, 17th Street from Mound Avenue to Danford Avenue. The street paving program for Foster Wheeler Corporation has been completed. A major sewer problem has been corrected on Mulberry Avenue south of 7th Street. We have replaced a one-inch ; water main with a two-Inch water main on State Avenue between 8th Street and 9th Street. We are correcting a major storm sewer problem at Harris ^ Avenue and DeWitt Street, also a sanitary sewer problem on 3rd Street west of Cove Boulevard. v. The remodeling of the detective section of the Police Department is about 85 per cent com- l plete. The pressure main at the Airport Pump Station is |; approximately 90 per cent com- •r- plete. 1 The newest addition to the Panama City Fire Department arrived Wednesday, June 19, 1974--a 1,250-gallon pumper from the Jack Cocke Company of Mobile. Fire Department Engineers will be trained to operate the new pumper by representatives of the Jack Cocke Company. Twelve members of the Panama City Fire Department registered with Gulf Coast Community College for the fourth class oft 200-hour Minimum Standards Training for Fire Fighters. The classes will begin July 8,1974, at the Central Fire Station. Lighting fixtures have been installed at the six-court tennis complex at Oakland Terrace Park. Two courts are presently being utilized and we are waiting on lamps for the other four courts. The renovation of the Lake Huntington Community Building has been completed. The building Is now ready for use. Reservations can be made through the City Recreation Department. TODAY ~9 .4. p 'P SI mm 44. CLEARANCE 19% to 50% OFF LADIES ACCESSORIES VINYL (k STRAW HANDBAGS i I; ^ Reg 4.97 At to 6.97 LADIES KNIT SHAWLS LADIES FASHION BELTS Could It be that packages marked "fragile", are used for football practice by the postal service? 6M0RDS to 2.97 CLEARANCE Vo to 44% GIRLS SUMMERWEAR DRES jES-PANT SI #D FASHION J^AYWEAft NOW ONLY Reg. 3.97 to 8.97 • NOW, ~ 23% to 40% OFF PLAYWEAR INFAffi^jtoRT SETS BOYS SHORTY ftl'S JEANS Reg f 2 97-3 2S INFANTS SHORTS li POLOS SAVES YOU MORE! COR. OF JENKS & WEST 15th ST. CITY, FLORIDA • OPEN DAILY 9;30A,M.to9}30?.M. OPEN SUNDAYS (After Church I to 6 P.M.) FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE IMP WHERE SHOPPINGS FUN FOR EVERYONE

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