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THE PONCHATOULA TIMES JUNE 14, 1984 PAGE "VEN Youth week Report 'ttoon's two homers, one in and one in the third inning, the Kentucky Fried Chicken team to a stunning 26-3 Lover Citizens Bank. Perrin was winning pitcher, Duvic took the mound for Juue 5. night Harpers dropped with Wesley Young performance along by two triples off his bat, one in and the other in the fifth pitcher was Steven Smith, Terry. fans saw Jaycee Park with Land of Sports Shop in a fast-moving kept scorekeepers hopping, a 24-16 decision in favor of whose Wesley Stro- in the second inning. was the winning pitcher, Gideon. tough defeat for Jim Sharp, doubles during the game Shop. Gabriels once, winning second game of the night, Lucas, Ron Lavigne and starting the game of[ in the first inning. Allen was the winning pitcher, ha determined Larry Terry, ome run in the fifth inning was to put Gabriels over the won the next game, beating with .Scott Lemoine mound. Chucky Martin was the came to the park up enough to blast past with Kyle Rowtzahan on sits that were seen that night been equalled in some time. inning Land of Sports to, within seconds, with a triple play. when Kiwanis grounded an Devon Barringer, to second baseman who tagged a runner caught the runner from second as well. !;g Rusty Milton This is obviously a fellow whose a solid single when he teps up to lhe picture belongs on a baseball card in a plate. pack of bubble gum, but the Dixie (Times Photo by Anna McMahon) Youth player probably would settle for I Alligator roundup FROM PAGE ONE same time the round-up was being held, promptly quit the job and became a fulltime alligator cowboy. Once the reptile wranglers manage to get control of the alligator's four claw paws, his tearing teeth and bone crushing tail, they plan to cart them away in large cattle trailers. About the time this was being explained by Wheat, Shorty Rogers was seen poking at a reptilian monster that would have gone a few rounds even with Ole Hardhide. All of a sudden the gator's ssive jaw pped open, baring enoughteeth to make any cowboy think twice about this sort of rodeo, and lunged at the inn owner, SUMMIT STEEL BELTED RADIAL Ihes include mounting, balancing, stem and all taxes I ! 55xS0x 13 34.72 ! 65x80x 13 35.34 185x80x 13 311,2S 185x 14 39,0S 195x14 410.64 205x I,I 41.67 215x14 43.14 205x15 44.19 215xl5 4S.H 225x 15 48.63 235x ! 5 49.79 Prices good thru June  For special prices call Janis or Dale Over 5000 In Stock Truck, Tractor, Passenger Tires 386-4303 Womack's New & Used Tire Sale 145 W. Pine St. Ponchatou|a The Sting 1517W.Thomas No cover 9-10p.m. 3 for I till Midnight Free Drinks till Midnight No Cover 8 till 9 with25 drinks $1 Crown Royal who was just nimble enough to avoid being eaten. 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It means many benefits for the consumer, and more than anything else, it means natural gas will remain our premium fuel well into the next century. It is well kni)wn, for example, that it costs three times as much to heat water with electricity. And now, research is producing end-use appliances fi)r both cooling and heating that save as much as 20 to 40 percent in gas bills. Even vehicles that run on natural gas are being developed with an objective of reducing fuel costs by 15 to 20 percent. Natural gas has always been our best fuel, the most efficient energy ever produced by man or nature. At United Gas we're making it serve y()u better. UNITED GAS PIPE LINE COMPANY A United Energy Resources, Inc. Company SER VING THE GULF SOUTH