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m =-..~ I II I 11 II III ]T I I|11111 I I I I r j II I iiiiiii i i ii II II I ' Sport Ig, , P. e 5 I L I I [lgratory bird permits, education required for Alabama hunters hning with the upcoming dove season, ~ila hunters are required by the U.S. Fish dlife Service (USFWS) to have a permit D~t migratory game birds (doves, ducks, |coots, snipe, rails, and woodcock). The per- Fe free and will be available by August 1 at [rting license vendors in the state. The per- ~required of every migratory bird hunter in ~na, including lifetime license holders, ~ners who don't need a license to hunt on roperty and age-exempt hunters (those ~r than 16 or older than 65). )ermit will be available upon completion of 'atory Bird Harvest Information Program :ard. You'll be asked to provide your name, s and answer a few short questions about ason's harvest. You will complete the sur- ~d and exchange the card for a permit that )e available for inspection when hunting ;ory game birds in Alabama. It will take I ' tion a could funds tion, 11 nber Coun~ ns, th1 atint )f the1 rinted only a few minutes to provide the needed infor- mation for the HIP Program, but the results could have a far-reaching impact on the future of migratory bird hunting. The program's purpose is to provide reliable migratory bird harvest estimates, so that wildlife specialists can make sound decisions concerning hunting seasons, bag limits and pop- ulation management. As the threat to migratory bird populations continues to mount, it's in the hunter's best interest to have wildlife management decisions based on scientific evidence. The HIP Program, through the cooperation of hunters, will provide wildlife biologists with the facts they need to ensure that our migratory bird resources will be around for future generations to enjoy. Hunter education courses will be offered at numerous sites around the state during the late -UYT M & 15LLII:.5. OLPlI:.5 a cONVEX.bAT,ON STAY IN TOUCH WITH EAST CENTRAL ALABAMA Listen to Omar Neal- Monday 6 to 8 p.m., an our other air personalities: Robin Banks Sylvester McPherson Costee McNair Rev. G.T. Britt Rev. Art Robinson Rev. Thomas Brown Rev. G.W. Temple 580 AM "Coach" David Jones summer and fall months, according to the sched- ule recently released by the Alabama Conservation Department's Game & Fish Division. The courses will be taught by instructors certi- fied by the Game & Fish Division. Please refer to the attached list for information on the hunter education course offered in your area. The early release of this schedule enables interested par- ticipants to enroll in courses convenient to their schedules. Mandatory for all first-time hunting license buyers born on or after August I, 1977, the course satisfies the requirements of Alabama law, and involves training in hunter ethics, state wildlife and hunting laws, firearms handling and safety, muzzleloading, archery, wildlife iden- tification and management, outdoor survival skills and first aid. In addition to providing a basic foundation for novice hunters, the course is an excellent refresher for experienced hunters and is accepted in all 49 U.S. states and Canadian provinces where hunter education is mandatory before hunting license purchases. For more information on hunter education in Alabama call (334) 242-3620 or the toll-free hunter education number: 1-800-245-2740. D I R E C 3' V., llliilTAl,, LATiI,IJTI IYIHN u..,,b,.o~j~..=~. Cable Alternatives, Inc. 508 Columbus Pkwy. Opelika, AL. 36801 4-745 7220 or 1-800-577-3450 f ~acon I PUBLIC NOTICE skege~ 0ority_l lot Vq ' VOTI they t rn-ov1 :ient.i Through the magic of simulcast technology, sports fans in central Alabama can now watch and wager on horse and greyhound racing across the county, including this Saturday's prestigious Belmont Stakes. Victoryland now introduces the "Sport of Kings" -- horse racing -- to fans and offers up to three more greyhound performances a day from top tracks. This is big news for our racing fans," said VictoryLand President Milton McGregor "With simulcasting, we can offer up to 50 more races per day, and fans can enjoy the variety of two sports -- horse racing and greyhound racing. "Our patrons will also have the opportunity from right here in Shorter to participate directly in some very large, very attractive wagering pools." In simulcasting, live racing action, is sent by satellite to Victoryland from tracks across the country. Fans who wager on races can wager directly into the pools at the originating parks. Often, especially in horse racing, jackpots grow quickly due to the number of patrons participating and the type of wager. At this time. VictoryLand will routinely carry two afternoon simulcasts and two evening simulcasts. Afternoons will feature horse racing from Arlington International Race Course near Chicago (! p.m, post time) and greyhound racing from Cloverleaf Kennel Club in Colorado (2 p.m. post time) At night, fans can enjoy greyhound races from Wonderland Greyhound Park in Massachusetts (6:25 p.m. post time) and from the venerable Derby Lane St. Petersburg Kennel Club in Florida (6:30 p.m. post time). VictoryLand will continue to offer its standard card of live greyhound racing Monday through Saturday. VictoryLand's opening times will be earlier due to simulcasting. Gates will open at 12:30 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesdays. Saturday opening time will remain 11:30 a.m. For Saturday's simulcast of the Belmont Stakes, the park will open at 11 a.m. Post time for the Belmont is 11-30 a.m. GREYHOUND RACING Admission 19 and Over Take 1-85 - Exit 22 - Shorter, Alabama I II III I IIII I iiii Carmack's Specials: July 1 - July 6 Rib Eye Steaks - Family Pack ...................................................... lb. $3.99 Beef Spare Ribs - Family Pack ........................................................ lb. 79 Boneless Sirloin Steak ................................................................... lb. $2.49 Fryer Wings - Family Pack ................................................................ lb. 69 Fryer Leg Quarters - Family Pack ................................................... lb. 39 Cedar Creek Beef Patties .................................................... 5 lb. box $2.99 Southern Maid Smoked Sausage .......................................... 4 Ibs. $3.99 Zeigler Bologna .................................................. , ........................... 8 oz. 79 Zeigler Wieners ............................................................................. 12 oz. $1.19 Zoigler Chicken Franks ................................................................ 16 oz. 69 Coca Cola ........................................................................... 24 pack cans $5.49 Sunbeam Bread ............................................................... 16 oz. giant loaf 99 Kraft Barbecue Sauce ................................................................... 18 oz .79 Buy 'N Save Paper Towels .................................................... 2 for 99 Tuff Stuff Foam Plates .......................................................... ,...40 count 99 Showboat Pork & Beans ................................................. 15 oz. 3 for 89 Sauers Mayonnaise ............................................................... . ......... 32 oz. 99 Our Family Charcoal ........................................................... 10 Ibs. $1.99 Warren Charcoal Starter ............................................................... 32 oz. 99 Lance Chips .................................................................................. , ....... 8 oz. 79 ........................ 16 Our Family Salad Dressings ........................... oz. $1.19 Pringles Potato Chips .................................................................... 6 oz. 99 Reynolds Wrap- Heavy Duty 18" ............................................ 18" $1.49 Heinz Barbecue Sauce ................................................................... 18 oz. 59 II II Jl I Corre~ion Rights Reserved SAVE A LOTI I I I II I IIIIII II I IIII ~I I