Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 28, 1974 · Page 15
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PlgtSC NEWS.MKRALt) ) Pftnnmfttlly ( rli.,Krid»y (t lunp2S ( m4 Church Teams Open Tournament thirty-two church teams froVn Florida, Alabama and Georgia converge on Oakland' Terrace Park tonight and Saturday for the annual Southeastern Invitational stow pitch softball tournament. Five teams are coming from both Perisacola and Phenix City and three each from Birmingham and Tallahassee, One Is coming from Atlanta and others from Opellka, Ala,, Ann Is ton, Ala,, Montgomery and Milton. The defending champion Is St. Mary's Catholic of Pensacola, winner of the last two state For about what it would cost to add a sunporch onto your present home, you can get into another home on the (inIt I'M!' Now you don't have to settle for halfway measures. We've made seaside living very affordable. Beautiful Sandpiper Cove condominiums on the Gulf at Destin are priced from $24,500. If you qualify, our financing terms are as low as 10% down, 84 l « simple interest on a 30-year mortgage. hir that you also get the use of our planned 18-hole. par 3 golf j ; course, five swimming pools, as well as membership in our Tennis ^ Club and Yacht Club and Marina. Our own private expanse of beach is there to enjoy right now. plus the ; fabulous fishing that our particular f part of the Gulf is famous for. So send in the coupon todav. v Or call 837-6118 for moTe '/ information. Best of all, come see your .•beach dream home in person. I'd like to see more of Sandpiper Cove. Please send me your free brochure and price list. Name. Addreae. Clly. State. .Zip. Sandplpar Cove. P.O. Box tSB Deetln. Florida 32841 sandpiper Condominium* on the Quit J Another Dlamondhead Corporation Resort Community church championships. Bight Panama City teams are entered — defending district champion First Baptist, St, Andrew Baptist, Hlland Park Baptist, Central Assembly, St Andrew Assembly, Church of God of Prophecy, Lynn Haven Methodist and St. John's Catholic, Four games will be going at a time, starting tonight at 7. Two more rounds are slated for 8:30 and 10 and the final first-round games are scheduled for 8 a.m. Saturday. The finals will be played Sunday afternoon. The tourney Is a double-elimination affair, The opening pairings: 7 — St. John's vs. Bloxham Heights, of Tallahassee; St. Andrew Baptist vs. Smyrna Baptist of Pensacola, St. Andrew Assembly vs. Milton Baptist, Milton Hickory Hammock vs. Summit Park Methodist of Pensacola. 8:30 — Central Assembly vs. Center Point Baptist of Blr- ' mlngham, Holland Creek Baptist of Phenix City vs. Lakevlew Baptist of Tallahassee, St. Mary's vs. Oswitchee Baptist of Fort Mitchell, Woodland Baptist of Phenix City vs. Montgomery First Baptist. 10 — First Baptist vs. United Naiarene of Opellka, Hlland Park vs. Opelika Baptist, Trinity Methodist of Phenix City vs. Lakeside Baptist of Birmingham, St. Mark Baptist of Phenix City vs. Huffman Baptist of Birmingham. Saturday, 8 — Lynn Haven Methodist vs. Myrtle Grove Baptist of Pensacola, Church of God of Prophecy vs. Northslde Baptist of Anniston, First Christian of Pensacola vs. Freewill Baptist of Phenix City, Temple Baptist of Tallahassee vs. Assembly of God Tabernacle of Atlanta. Some of the pace-setters for the local entries include Sammy Winkle s Fired, Hired A78-13 plus $1.80 F.E.T. per tire and tires off your car P0LYGLAS WHITEWALLS PICK A PAIR FOR THE 4* Amtrica't Bttt-Stlling Tirt... 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U.S. auto add $4 for 8 cyl. | THIS WEEK ONLY Add $2 for alr-cond. cars. \ Includes VW's, Toyotas, Dat- T sun • NEW Plugs, Points, fi Condenser • Set dwell, choke - Time engine - Bal" ance carb. • Test starting, ]. charging, compression, ac- ft celeratlon EYE TOURNEY - Members of the defending district champion Panama City First Baptist team are ready for the Southeastern church Softball tour* nament. Left to right: Joe Johnson, Sammy Rowe, tommy Welch, John Varin. Rowe, Kenny Barron, Tommy Welch, Joe Johnson and Jim McNeil of First Baptist, Dennis Pledger, Dane Messick. George Hill, Fred Denecke and Wayne Valladsen of St. Andrew Baptist, David Brahier and Al Mlllergren of Hlland Park, James Joyner of St, Andrew Assembly, Hank Facclnl and Greg Brudrick) of St. John's, Nolan Walslngham, Ricky Barnes and Al Park of Lynn Haven Methodist, Carl Ward and Gordon Watklns of Central Assembly and Larry and Jim White, Jack and James MllUrons and Don West of Church of God. ANAHEIM (UP!) - the California Angels waded past a legal obstacle and hired Dick Williams, former manager of the World champion Oakland A'i, as their new manager after firing manager Bobby Winkles Thurtday, Winkles was fired at noon and the Angel owners announced at that time that coach Whitey Henog would be Interim manager while they negotiated with Williams, Oakland owner Charles Finley, the Angels said, got a federal court Judge in San Francisco to rescind an Injunction against Williams so he was free to work for the Angels. Williams who has been- working (or a land developer In Florida apparently agreed to return to baseball without too much coaxing and will take over the club Monday. Herzog will handle the Angels until then. Williams likely will coach the American League In the AllStar game July 23. Baltimore m , %, manager Earl Weaver was''/ chosen to coach the All-Stars when It appeared Williams wouldn't be In baseball this, year. Weaver, though, said he would gladly turn over the Job toWtlllami. ; The Angel announcement oh^; Williams did not state any tor- ms or give arty details but his salary was expected to make him among the highest paid manager In baseball, Gene Autry, principal Angel owner, said Flhley was "extremely cooperative." Williams signed with, theYankees after winning his second straight World series with the A's but Fintey blocked the move with a court order. The ruling was that he was bound to the A's for two more years, Angel general manager Harry Dalton said a change In managers was necessary and' added, "There's no question Williams has leadership ability. He has handled teanis with out-', standing stars." BAY lb i f i ' (! ( ( n v i n 1 i r I | i < t ir n N i m ) i OASIS 231 DPlVf IN [ir.ios AN( , \ \MM MM SI M' I H CUT RATE H IE " ' 1 If.' 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