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IMAGE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED ALL RIGHTS RESERVED USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. P.~GE 4 THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, JULY ourney Little League Action by Liz Bates The Florala All-star Little League team fell to defeat at the hands of the Monroeville All-Stars on Thursday, June 22, at the Andalusia Little Lea- gue Tournament. Although the score was 10- Z, the Florala All-Stars put forth a gallant effort and never gave up the fight for victory un- til the end of the game. Tile game began with Mon- roeville at hat. Florula promptly pot them out with three-up and three-oui style. Beth and Leigh Lindsay, at first and second base, res- pecUvely, took the first two players out at first and pit- cher Mike Hanson struck the third hatter out. The crowd seemed to gain considera!4e respect for the Lind_say twins after that first ending. Before, some of the crowd bad given the two girls a hard time about playing Little League, but that quickly ended after the first two outs. Florala came to hat and gain- ed one run the first ending, as Michael Hlnsou hit a double to knock Leigh Llndsay in. The second inning, the Mon- roevllle team was held score- less, while Florala scored their second run. The third inning was a dif- ferent hall game. A big tall hall player from Mouroeville knocked a home run with bases loaded to change the score from 0-2, to 4-Z, in their favor. After that, the Florala All- Stars just couldn't seem to get it all together. Gregory Hut- chesou took over as pitcher as Hlnsun went to short stop. Hutcheson did strike several players out, but before the game ended, the Monroeville team had scored six more points, while holding" Florala to 2. Florala seemed to fall vic- tims to some rather expert pitching on the of the Monroe- ville pitcher. He bad several strike-outs to his credit, also before the game ended. Mouroeville advanced to the semi-finals and played Anda- lusia on Friday night. Anda- lusia bad defeated Opp just be- fore the Flornla game. Tile Florala team was coach- ed by Morris Myerson and Jack Hutchesou. The players were: Beth Lindsay, Leigh Lindsay, Brian Smith, Mike Fleming, Cliff Zorn, alternate, David Smith, Gregory Hutcheson, James Cobb, Scott Crosby, Mike Hanson, Geoffrey Diggs, David Johnson and Bruce Mad- dox. All of the Florala players did an excellent job. Scott Crosby caught several fly balls in out field, while Gregory Hutchesou and Leigh Lindsay pulled one double play. Brian Smith ou third, made some good plays and pot at least one runner out. David Smith efficiently handled center field, while Geoffrey Diggs took care of right field. David Johnson served as cat- cher for the entire game and at one point was more or less tackled by a Monroeville play- er. Bruce Maddox took left field also. David Moody relieved Leigh Lindsay at second, for part of the game and did an ex- cellent job as well as Jamss Cobb, who took over for Beth Lindsay at first base. Reggil Berry also played right field. Even though they did not win, the All-Stars did a fine job is representing Florala. Better luck next year, kids. A,,,- ora Members of~ Florala Quarterback Club m~t fortheir regular monthly meeting Tues- day night, July 13, 1976, at the Dinner Bell at 7:30 p.m. Members present were: Ru- pert Greene, Max Willis, Fran- ces Chance, kvenaugh Hutche- sou,-and Maxine Hutcheson. Since the minutes of thepre- vioun meeting were published in The Florala News, Frances Chance made a motion that they be approved as printed. Ma- xine Hutcbeson seconded, all approved. Max Willis, treasurer, re- ported that the club made a Loekhart profit of $544.37 on game booths during the week of the Masonic Celebration. The Club took in a gross of $675.63 and ex- r... _voters Need pens. came to a total of To Register Saturday, July 31, is the deadline for citizens of Lock- hart, who are not registered voters, to register with Mrs. $131.26. The financial sta- tus of the club was reported as follows: Special checking account - $13.24 (overdrawn); savings special account - $620.16; regular checking ac- count - $1,297.02. The bills owed by the club Joyce Perdue, registrar, to be were presented to members ,eligible to vote in the upcom- present. Frances Chancemade ing municipal election, August, a motion to pay all current 10. bills, Avenangh Hutcheson se- conded the motion. All ap- proved. A motion was made by Max Willis and seconded by Frances Chance that $500.00 be taken out of the checking account and deposited into the special checking account. All ap- proved, new year at the next meeting; Due to the fact that SO few (2) time and date of the next members were present, it was Quarterback Club meeting decided to wait until the next would be announced by the pre- meeting to vote on the proposed sident at a later date. constitution. Other items of With no further business to business included (1) to kick be discussed, the meeting off the membership for the was adjourned. Hunting Seasons Announced The dove hunting season in 13 South Alabama counties will run continuously from October 25 to January 2 and the season in the rest of the state will be split into two parts, Conser-. vafion Commissioner Claude D. Kelley announced Monday. Coffee, Conecub, Covington, Dale, Escambla, Geneva, Hen- ry, Houston, Mobile, Monroe and Washington. These coun- ties will have the continuous season from October 25 to Junnary 2. The rest of the state is con- sidered in the Northern Zone. and~ it ,will have a split sea- sou with the first section run- nlng from September 18 through November 3 and the second sec- tion running from December 24 through January 15. Kelley made the announce- ment of the seasons after tabu- lating the results of a poll ta- ken by mail of conservation advisory board members. The poll was necessary because of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Ser- vice announced its hunting da- tes framework after the advi- sory board held its regular summer meeting on June 18. The bag and possession li- mit on doves will remain the same as last season, ie. 12 per day and 12 in possession. Game and Fish Director Charles Kelley pointed out that the U.S. Fish *__-d Wildlife Ser- vice has approved an additional 42 days for snipe hunting. This coming season snipe hunting will run from November 14 through February 28. Woodcock season will run from November 28 through January 31, and rails and gal- linules will be legal game from November 12 through January 20. The limit on snipes will be 8 a day and 16 in posses- sion; on woodcocks, 5 a day and 10 in possession; on rails and gallinules, 15 a day and 15 in possession. fIRM CELEBRATES 25 YEARS The Atomic Exterminators is celebrating its 25th Anniversary in Opp this month. time the firm has grown from a small one-man operation to become one of the largest a well respected pest control companies operating in this part of the state. Thanks friends and customers the Atomic Exterminators has had a steady growth through the 25'. they have been servicing all of South Alabama. The methods and materials have changed deal in 25 years. Through extensive study and training, the Atomic service technicians to date on all the new scientific developments. Helping celebrate the occasion are: Lamar Burgess, Bill Holmes, Wyene Fuller, Hubert Stanley, Owner, Rinkey Stanley, t~ and Mark Stanley. Armadillos Take Up At McRae Homeplace by Merle Woodbam Mom and Mack (Lucile and A. T. McRae)went out to Mack's place one day last week just to check on things and what do you know they ran up on? Four baby armadillos feeding along side on the drive. They make their home burrowed under the ground near the old chicken house, which is practically covered with vines. They root in the ground just like a bunch of pigs, for grubs and worms. The ground around the chicken house is worked up practically good enough for planting. The first day they saw them, all four were feeding right close together, and naturally, Morn didn't have her camera. Since that time, they have all been scattered, making it bard to get a picture of more than one at a time. The little devils will let you walk right up to them. They are so busy with their rooting, they don't pay people a bit of attention. If the parents are around, they are a bit more cautious and stay completely out of sight. They are supposed to be noc- turnal critters. So I suppose the mamma and pappa feeds at night. The little fellows will most likely learn not to feed dur- ing the day. They are already beginning to learn this, for we are seeing less and less of them. I read a while back where they are carriers of the dread dis- ease, leprosy. Sure hope they disappear before we become attached to the little critters. I would hate to be shipped off to some island to live the rest of my life, a~ a leper. HELPING TO SAFEGUARD HEALTH Trying Harder... It's important to us. We work at safeguard- ing your family's health. And, we work hard at it! Make us your "health headquarters." Sickroom Aids Drug Co. un un I PLACE YOUR BACK-TO. 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