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Copperas Cove Press (Newspaper) - May 6, 1973, Copperas Cove, Texas I he City built for family living Copperas Cove 44 her 1973 it a Al Quot a a i a if. .1111-.1your Hometown newspaper vol. 23 no. 27 Copperas Cove. Texas 76522 sunday May 6, 1973 Price per copy to cents 20 pages 2 Section april total advisory committee begins area fund raising project application forms tor students age it and up available at the chamber office at 311 South i list should be completed and put on fun at the a Iamb r office building permits $874,890 valuation unofficial new building and Home improvement valuations totalled $874,890 during the month of april according to City tax office reports. Forty five new building permits valued at $818,900, and 64 Home improvement permits valued at $55,990 were issued. Thirteen new building per. Mits were received by Homer h Perryman for construction of one family units at 906 and 908 Willow Brook 9011 902, 905907909 Edwards Street 901, 903, 905, 907, 909 Rand a and 1205 Little Street. Total valuation is $288,000. Dewald lumber company received 20 permits for one faintly units at 916, 920, 922, 926, 928, 930, 932, 934, 942 Edwards Street Anat 914, 916, 918, 920, 924, 926, 928, 930. 932 and 934 Randa. Total valuation is $270,400 Floyd d. Allen received a permit for a 10-unit Complex at 307 Sunset Lane valued at $65,000. Three permits were issued to James Hall for one family units at 1307 Bluffdale 1202 Bluff Street and 1501 Cross Street. Total valuation is $65, 200. Other one family permits were issued to John r. Freeman for a Home at 1401 Cross Street value of $16,000. Cummings lumber company for a Home at 1208 Phyllis value of $14,000. Taffinder real estate for a Home at 912 Edwards Street value of $20,000. Charles Hatter for a Home at 905 Willow Brook value of $21,300. Gene l. Holligan of Community sales and service for a 14�?T x 70�?T awning to be placed at 2520 e. Highway 190, value of $4,000. George Leonhard for a Home at 605 n. 19th Street value of $24,000. Two permits for two family units were also issued to James f. Grinstead of Gatesville for Homes at 307 and 309 e. Avenue a each valued at $15,500. Home improvements during april totalled $55,590. Individually these permits were a seven steel siding permits total value of $16,590 three aluminium siding permits total value of $5,925. Five Wood Fence permits total value of $3,215. Thirty two Chain link Fence permits total value of $10, 595. Five garage additions or remodelling permits total value of $10,810. Nine Patio Extension construction or cover permits total value of $5,900. Three storage shed permits total value of $555. A permit to reface the building now occupied by the Copperas Cove press at 217 s. Main Street was also issued value of $2,000 informative and authoritative Booklet entitled a drug education a the Booklet will be distributed to Junior High school students in the area anyone interested in purchasing an advertisement in the Booklet or donating to the fund should Contact a. L Garrett Secretary at 634-7271 in Killeen the it i lamber is Askuig individuals. Merchants and business firms in the Community to assist the program by using the youths for any Aud All types of jobs such jobs might include housework babysitting painting Lawn mowing or Cie King for further information Contact mrs Gilmore at the chamber office 547-3935 Best of show senior division Winier mrs Grace Allen of Copperas Cove is pictured with her exhibit which brought Ber a 1st place at the Killeen arts and crafts festival held recently at the co House hotel mrs. Allen who is 77 years old began needlework As a Hobby in 1915 by making gifts for her friends. City Council accepts bid for water pump station a $68,164.25 construction bid from h. L. Gann construction of mount pleasant was accepted tuesday Hight by the City Council. The bid was one of two submitted for the installation of a water Booster pump station and water Supply main connection and terminal. The estimated completion time As stated in the bid is 150 Days from the beginning Date City manager John Carlton said the project will pro Bably begin within the next to Days. In other action the Council also approved the reappointment of mrs. Davie l Maples As City Secretary. Approved a building permit for construction of a 7-eleven convenience store at 2124 e. Highway 190, appointed Leslie Ledger Joann Zimmerman Judy Mckee and Gary Hammond to the City Park Board. Councilwoman Jonnie Pemberton will serve in an advisory capacity on the Board. Approved a Resolution to permit a a Quick claim deed a which will allow the Cove state Bank to build its new Bank building on property that was formerly Lee Street. Lee Street was closed by the Council on August 15, 1972. A approved a Resolution supporting Reserve officers training corp programs a Cross the country. The 1973-74 Copperas Cove High school Copper ettes were chosen on May i. Vandeloecht Middle Row Cindy dowdy Myrna Schulze Beverly Leonhard Carol next years Drill team will be comprised of front Row left to right Margo Evans Langford and Martha Wilkinson standing Janice Rogers Vonda Seymore Susan Lyn Lamonte Dari Turner Laura Stratton Patsy Walls Jan Lamonte Becky Hanke Janet Weigel Ann Marie Boroski Cheryl Swift and Karen Duren. Not shown is Stephanie Alston. Cove High students Texas Highway commission select Copper ettes awards construction contracts by Kelli Maywood after two hours and Twenty minutes of tension Hope and waiting the 1973-74 Copperas Cove High school Copper ettes were selected on tuesday May i. Mrs. Patricia Kelvin former Kan Garette sponsor judged and announced the new Drill team returning members include Patsy Walls Laura Stratton Janet Weigel Carol Langford Beverly Leonhard Annmarie Boroski Janice Rogers Myrna Schulze Dari Turner and Cheryl Swift first year members Are Susan Hanke Becky Vandeloecht Jan Lamonte Martha Wilkinson Vonda Seymore and Karen Duren. Four alternates were also chosen. They Are Margo Evans Lyn Lamonte Cindy dowdy and Stephanie Alston Sharon Elliott Captain of the 1972-73 Copper ettes performed the try out routine to a Winchester cathedrals for mrs Kelvin. Next last years Drill team members trying out again did the routine they were divided into three groups and performed once More school Board meeting set the Copperas Cove school Board will hold a regular meet ing on tuesday May 8 at 7 30 . In the office of the school superintendent at the Avenue i Junior High school. After the old members came the new five More groups from two to four each took their turns at the records music. Following each performance the girls were required to do a High kick and the Splitz individually. The unexperienced girls once again had to do the routine but not in their original groups. After a a Winchester performances miss Elliott showed the Twenty six who were trying out several Steps from a routine they had never done. This procedure was to show the judge How rapidly the girls can learn new Steps. Twenty girls were named and asked to do their High kicks and Splitz again. Next All 26 performed the routine. Then the 1973-74copperettes were announced. Finally the alternates were selected after More Pei Forman Ces. A r. Griffin band director is the sponsor for next years Drill team a female advisor is to be announced by the end of the school year also to be selected is Ager the Copper ettes will attend Drill team school at East Texas state University in Coni Merce during the summer they will also Start marching and routine practice in the late summer. The Drill team will begetting new uniforms for Rex year to add More sparkle to football halftime. The Texas Highway commission has awarded contracts for Highway construction in the Waco District including a contract for Seal coat on highways in Coryell county. The construction work on Coryell county highways includes a 13.318 mile stretch on state Highway 36 from the state training school in Gatesville Northwest to the Hamilton county line and a 7.970 mile stretch of pm 1690 from feb 183 at Pearl South to the Lampasas county line. Land Transfer ceremony set a land Transfer ceremony will be held tuesday May 8 at to a in at the fort Hood Boundary on the Copperas Cove Road in recognition of the presidents legacy of Parks program approximately too acres declared excess by the army is to be transferred from the army to the City the City plans to use the land for Park program applications now accepted applications Are now being accept tin j nun students wishing to participate in tile summer Job program sponsored by the chamber of of Renerce Jeff Richards and son of Belton was awarded the contract for Seal coat on a total of 89.6 Miles of Highway in Bell Bosque Coryell Falls Hill Limestone and Mclennan counties Low bid was $224, 675.27. John a Mounce of Waco is the Highway department Engineer in charge of the project which will take an estimated 50 working Days. Young Brothers inc., contractors of Waco was also awarded a contract for grading structures base and surfacing on 2.3 Miles of farm to Market Road 3222 in Mclennan county. Low bid was $124,657.50. The project extends from state Highway 6, northeastward to Hallsburg. Winston c. Smith or. Of Waco is the Highway department Engineer in charge of the project which will take an estimated 60 working Days. A the work will be under the supervision of District Engineer Elton b. promoted Copperas Cove police chief Bob Mcdonald has promoted detective Melvin Sanders to the rank of sergeant and patrolman Bill Hunter As acting sergeant in the uniform division. Both Sanders and Hunter have been with the department approximately five months chief Mcdonald made the appointments tuesday May i after extensive written and Oral examinations and on the education background of the two officers. Uni Rena use i ton co sponsor presented Debbie Sharp a plaque for outstanding girl to Vlf future a is l readers of Arnica Banque held thursday. May 3. Us Joku w. Michael loth honoured As boy of the year and mrs. Jams Petrous co sponsor. Miss p was also reinstalled As president of f Bea the advisory committee of the Killeen chapter of the or Der of de Molay has begun a fund raising project in sub port of a drive to fight a1 Cohol and drug abuse in the Copperas Cove and Killeen communities the committee has set a goal of $3,500 to cover the Cost of the program which will

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