Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 16, 1973 · Page 32
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 32

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I'jt«<> M' NKWS-IIKKAI.I). P)iiiiiin:i VUy, I'lii., Siindav Si-pfniibcr Ifi, mii 180 -POUNDER — Thomas Gregory Moore, 3001-A West 21st Court, shows off the 180-poiind hog he shot oil the Tyndall reservation on opening day of the ;n 'phery season. Hunters Busy In This Area The "big" season on deer, turkey, wild hog, squirrel and (|iiail does not open until Nov. 10 but hunters in this area are busy, nevertheless. The marsh hen season is open until Nov. 9, and a bear hunt in the Apalachicola National Forest is in progress. It will close Sept. 30, along with the arcliery season. First phase of the dove season opens Oct. 6. Here is the schedule: September 30 — Archery .season closes. October 6 — First phase dove season opens. Deer hound training season opens. October 28 — Deer hound training season closes. November 4 — First phase dove season closes. November 9 — Rail and i;ailinule season closes. November 10 —Deer, turkey, uiJd hog, squirrel, quail, snipe, woodcock and second phase Dog Fanciers Slate Match Greater Panama City Dog Fanciers Association will host its third AKC sanctioned breed and obedience match on Sunday, September 30, at the Rainbow Roller Rink. AH rings will be indoors and judging will begin at 11:30. .ludges for conformation will be, Bill Douglas and Mrs. Evelyn Douglas of Fort Walton Beach, Deas M. Richardson, Jr., of Greenville, South Carolina; Mrs. Joan Franch of Peiisaeola, and Emory C. French of Niceville. Obedience judges will be Wilburn Callaway and Mrs. Thelma Callaway of Bessemer, Ala. This match will also feature Junior handler classes. Fish Tourneys In Progress Two fishing tournaments are still going full blast here. The News-Herald Silver Trophy tournament runs through Oct. )4 and anyone can enter fish in 21 salt water and four fresh water varieties any day. The Captain Davis Queen Fleet- St. Andrew Marina tournament has also created lots of interest, with weekly awards and a big October tournament coming up. Hoy Martin and Bill Tolar are at Lake Talquin, near Tallahassee, for a pro bass tournament. dove season opens. Season open for turkey gobblers only in northwest Florida. Bear hunting in Baker and Columbia counties and special hunts in designated wildlife management areas only. Wild hog hunting in specified counties and in designated wildlife management areas. November - 22 — Duck and coot season opens. November 25 — Second phase dove season closes. December 15 — Third phase dove season opens. January 6—Deer, turkey and wild hog season closes except northwest Florida. Bear season closes in Baker and Columbia counties. January 7 — Third phase dove season closes. January 10 — Duck and coot season closes. January 12 — Special scaup (bluebill) season opens. January 13 — Woodcock season closes. January 20 — Deer, turkey gobbler and wild hog season closes in northwest Florida. January 27 — Special scaup (bluebill) season closes. February 24 — Quail and squirrel season closes except in northwest Florida. Snipe season closes statewide. March 3 — Quail and squirrel season closes in northwest Florida. March 9 — Spring turkey gobbler season opens south of State Road 50. March 23 — Spring turkey gobbler season opens north of State Road 50. March 24 — Spring turkey gobbler season closes south of State Road 50. April 7 — Spring turkey gobbler season closes north of State Road 50. Shooting hours for all resident game are from one-half hour before .sunrise to one-half hour after sunset. Shooting hours for migratory birds other than dove are from one-half hour before sunrise to sunset. Shooting hours for dove are from 12-noon to sunset. Sportsmen are urged to check their summary of hunting rules and regulations for bag limits, special regulations and local exceptions. Lee Returns John Lee and his crew are expected hom(; early this week in the Scampi IV, which competed in the North American sailing champion.ships half-ton craft off Newport, R.I., la.st weekend. The four-race regatta -ended Saturday. Drawdown Working . Diawdown of Kaiick Lake in Walton County as a means of controlling unwanted aquatic plants, and as a fisheries management tool to improve fishing in the 50-acre lake near Baker in the Blackwater River State Forest "is coming along exceptionally well", it was stated by personnel of the Game and Fresh Water Fish (.'oinmi.ssion. The announcement was a joint statement made by liiologist .John Crew, in charge of Intensive management of Commission fish management areas in northwest Florida, and by C, Y. "Chuck" Williams, regional aquatic botantlst, both of whom are working on the lake improvement program. The lake is now down 13 feet below normal level, and is .scheduled to remain at this level until November 1 in order to continue sun and air of the lake bottom, and troublesome bladderwort roots, a major .source of plant infestation in the lake. Public fishing is continuing during the drawdown. Original plans July 5 were to lower the lake slightly over seven feet, but because of the extremely clear water in the lake it was determined that the bladderwort plant was established at a much greater depth than e-vpected. In order to effect better control of the plant, it WHS iwccssHvy to drop the water level lower than first .scheduled to expose the bladderwort roots, the two officials .said. High Scores Continue In Bowling Loops Here High scores contiiuied in bowling leagues at Bowlarama last week. John Tinney had a 658, Joe Horton 641 and Joe Harris 618 in the Gulf league and Warren Gray 638, Milt Tui'nage 611 and Tinney 605 in the Guys 6 Dolls league. Jay Costello bowled a 655 in the Bay men's handicap league. Bill Bearden, a new bowler in the local area, took the individual lad in the .second annual scratch league with a high game of 243 and series of 618. Other scores included; Gulf — John Tinnev 278-203-177 — 658, Joe Horton 209-233-199 - 641, Joe Harris 258 - 618, Hunter Le Suer 203-215 599, Gary Lewis 248 — 598, Dick Friedman 213 — 595, Bob Bartz 203-200 - 592, Jim Poston 201-205 — 581, Joe Hardee 221 571, Warren Gray 220 — 569, Gene Johns 227 — 565, Ken Cofer 219. Gene Flores 210, Ray Gatliff 207, Chico Echevarria 204, Rudolph Bradley 200. Guys & Dolls — Warren Grav 204-211-223 - 638, Milt Turnage 221-199-191 - 611, John Tinney 190-199-216 - 605. Bob Bartz 227 - 577, Lee Goines 234 — 573, Don Coston 223 — 566, Roland Proper 215-204 — 566, Hunter LeSuer 211, Gary Warriner 209, Mary Nell Barnes 185 — 542, Mamie Goines 201 — 530, Jane Herring 211 — 527, Linda Newsome 182 - 518, Priscilla Leavins 199 - 513, Kay Muterspaugh 188 - 509, Hazel Carpenter 180—492. Happy Rollers League — Bobbi \Vatts 197 — .'>32, Maiy Nell Barnes 180 - 504. Peggy Woods 182 — 479, Bonnie New Biologist For Fisheries Norman B. Young, assistant regional fisheries biologist since 1970 in the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission's Lakeland office in South Florida, transferred to DeFuniak Springs recently and has been named regional fisheries biologist in the Northwest region, according to Major T. L. Garrison, regional manager. Young succeeds Biologist John Crew who left the post to assume responsibility for intensive fisheries management of the commission's several fish management areas in the region. Young, age 31, is a native of Brooklyn, New York, was reared from boyhood in Mobile, Alabama, and gi-aduated from Semmes High, Semmes, Ala. LOS ANGELES (UPII- Muury Wills, now a broadcaster, holds tile all-time record for stolen bases, 104 in 19()2. Thames 188 — 472, Jessie Chance 472, Becky Myers 472, Betty StuUz 471, Carolyn Motorcyclists Begin Trials DALTON, Mass. (UPI) More than ,300 motorcyclists representing 28 countiies, including the Soviet Union and East Germany, will participate Sunday in opening ceremonies marking the start of the International Six Days Trial. The 48th annual competition gets underway Monday with riders traveling about 200 miles daily over mountains and rough terrain aiid through streams. Points are lost whenever a rider fails to make checkpoints, spaced 30 miles apart, in allotted times. The overall wimier is judged on best score (fewest points), as well as the fastest and quietest ride. Speaking at opening ceremonies will be a number of motorcycle organization digna- taries as well as actor Steve McQueen, a former participant in the competition. A letter from President Nixon, praising the international fellowship of the event, also will be read. Gold, silver and bronze medals will be awarded at the end of the competition, known widely as the Olympics of Motorcycling. Zaengle 177 - 4(55, Pat Smith 191, Cathy Gray 190, Lori Dtitton 185. St. Andrews mixed league — Don Coston 212 - 570, Bill Bearden 199 — 5(i9, Randt Holt 231 - 568, Bob Willis 216-561, Jon Roma 222 — 557, Rex Waggoner 201 — 557, Gene Johns 211 - 536. Richard Bishop 20() — 555, Bob Bartz 208 -- 530. Faye King 553, Margai-et Buschmeycr 536, Dot Tcall 202 — 527, Linda Newsome 511, .In McVoy 50-1, Mei-yle Roma 501. Bay men's handicap league — Jay Costello 253 — 233 - 655. Clay Morgan 225 — 201 - 693, Dave Woodcrson 214-581, Bill Bearden 209 — 567, Bob Bartz 203 - 567, John Tinney 201 — 567, Don Morris 200 - 567, Charles Pinkerton 244 - 558, Al Muterspaugh 208 — 557, Jerry Scoggin.s 213, Roland Shepnrd 214, Milt Turnage 211, Don Bostick 205. Jim Roat 204, Nick Lutisford 204. Jim Brown 202, Bill Funk202. Double trouble mixed league — Bill Miller 186-178-183 - 547. Jim Poston 186-169-180 - 535, Bob Bear 197-144-179 - .520, Margaret Buschmeyer 148-201-165 — 514, Jenny Kumme201. KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN 12616 W. HWY. 98 - BEACH KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN ON THE BEACH WILL REMAIN OPEN FOR BUSINESS. COMPLETE INSIDE DINING AND CARRY OUT. 234-2256 Big Toy Box 1973 Opening VISIT SEARS BIG TOY BOX l ^pen Monday,September 17,1973 9:30 am. till 9:00 pm. Located In Old Walgreen Building Corner 5th and Harrison Ave. Weebles Cottage The Weebles agree—there's no place like home! Cottage with furniture, pool. Sears Everyday Low Prices will not be higher through Dec. 25. Layaway Now While Selections Are Great $1 WiU Hold Merchandise Till <4 us MAIi-'- Si Hug-A-Books Dolls 3 99 Each Cuddly little dolls with 12- page -story books that arc attached to their front. Weebles Car Camper |99 Hit the road with the Wee­ bles! Convertible car and camper, 4 Weebles. Play Family Camper Camper truck complete witli sink, bunks, rowboat, picnic table and trail hike. Rescue Training Center ^99 Fisher-Price Play Family Village Is Bustling With Activity There's a constant flurry of goings-on in this sprightly little hamlet! The postman is busy delivering 6 pieces of mail to their matching doors, the fire truck is ready to go, and the restaurant, barber ^hop, theater and garage are open for business! The entire village folds shut with all the pieces stored inside. MX* on Sears Revolving Charge The heroic 6-mafi rescue squad ride the elevator, shoot-the -shoolH, and pilot the helicopter to daredevil missions! All is Shipshape at Weeble's Marina Get ready for seashore excitement with that fun-Joving family—the Weebles! Complete with marina and S.S. Little- putt, plus sailing boat and motor boat. Playskool Tyke Bike for Young Travellers 99 Watch your pre-schooler move out in colorful style on this rugged 4-wlieclcr! Chrome-plated handlebars and leopard- spotted banana scat highlight the action. SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back DOWNTOWN PANAMA CITY SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. Anniversary Celebration 509 HARRISON AVE. 763-6611

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