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Act No. 424

H.J.R. 358-Greer, McCorquodale, Albright,

Andrews, Armstrong, Baker,
Barron, Biddle, Boles, Brindley,
Callahan, Campbell, Carothers,
Carter, Cates, Clark, Coburn,
Cooper, Crawford, Cross,
Crowe, Dial, Drake, Edwards,
Falkenburg, Folmar, Ford,
Gafford, Glass, Goodwin, Gregg,
Hall, Harris,
Harrison, Higginbotham, Hill,
Hilliard, Hines, Holley, Holmes
(A), Holmes (D), Hopping,
Howard, Jackson (F), Jackson
(R), Johnson, Johnstone, Jolly,
Kelley, Kennedy, Killian,
Kinsey, Lee, Leonard, Lewis,
Lockett, Lutz, McCluskey,
McCulley, McMillan, McNair,
McNees, Malone, Manley,
Martin, Merrill, Mitchem,
Moore (O), Moore (W), Morris,
Naramore, Owens, Pegues,
Plaster, Porter, Quarles, Reed,
Rich, Riddick, Roberts,
Robertson, Sandusky, Sasser,
Shelton, Smith (B), Smith (C),
Smith (J), Smith (M), Sonnier,
Sparks, Starkey, Taylor,
Teague, Trammell, Tucker,
Turnham, Venable, Waggoner,
Warren, Weeks, Whatley,
White, Williams, Wyatt.

HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION

COMMENDING SEN. FLIPPO FOR HIS SUCCESSFUL ATTEMPT FOR THE FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL SEAT.

WHEREAS, this body has been informed that Sen. Flippo's opponent has withdrawn from the race and thereby assuring Sen. Flippo's victory; and

WHEREAS, Sen. Flippo has faithfully served his constituents for one term in the house and one term in the senate; and

WHEREAS, Sen. Flippo's interest and devotion to the needs of his state and community stand as a fine example for all Alabama citizens to follow; and

WHEREAS, this legislature is confident that Sen. Flippo will ably represent all Alabamians as a United States Congressman; now therefore,

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF ALABAMA, BOTH HOUSES THEREOF CONCURRING, That this body commends Sen. Flippo for his successful attempt to secure the fifth congressional seat and wishes him the greatest success in his newly acquired position and thanks him for his outstanding service to the Alabama legislature.

Approved August 23, 1976.
Time: 3:00 P.M.

Act No. 425

H.J.R. 361–McCorquodale
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION
MOURNING THE DEATH OF

OF PHILIP EDWARD FRANK

WHEREAS the Alabama legislature has noted with a sense of deep regret the death of Philip Edward Frank; and

WHEREAS Philip Edward Frank was a former vice president and assistant to the president of Sinclair Oil Company, and faithfully served the company for twenty-nine years; and

WHEREAS Mr. Frank was an eingineering graduate of the University of Alabama where he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and was an active member of the Alumni Association and received its Distinguished Alumnus Award in 1970; and

WHEREAS Philip Edward Frank was past commanderin-chief of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, and was active in the American Legion serving as commander of the American Legion in Kentucky and commander of the Manhattan, New York, post; and

WHEREAS Mr. Frank was active in the Sons of the American Revolution and received the organization's Gold Medal for Good Citizenship; and

WHEREAS Philip Edward Frank was past president of the Clarke County Historical Society, and was active in many church and civic affairs of his community; now therefore

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF ALABAMA, BOTH HOUSES THEREOF CONCURRING, That

we mourn the death of Philip Edward Frank and express our deep and sincere sympathy to his widow, Mrs. Maud Flynn Frank, and his family to whom a copy of this resolution shall be sent.

Approved August 23, 1976.
Time: 3:00 P.M.

Act No. 426

H.J.R. 367–Mitchem

HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION

MOURNING THE DEATH OF DAN DENDY

WHEREAS, the Alabama legislature has noted with a sense of deep regret the passing of Dan Dendy of Albertville; and

WHEREAS, Dan Dendy was active in community interests and his church, never complaining, while always putting others first; and

WHEREAS, Mr. Dendy was a man of many talents who contributed much to his state and to his community, who never shunned responsibility, but rather spearheaded numerous worthwhile endeavors; and

WHEREAS, Dan Dendy's greatest contribution was being himself. It may be said that he knew how to live, and by so living, made this a better world for the host of friends who mourn his loss; and

WHEREAS, Dan Dendy gained the respect and fond feelings of those who knew him whether friend or mere acquaintance; now therefore,

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF ALABAMA, BOTH HOUSES THEREOF CONCURRING, That we mourn the death of Dan Dendy and express our deep and sincere sympathy to his family, to whom a copy of this resolution shall be sent.

Approved August 23, 1976.
Time: 3:00 P.M.

Act No. 427

H.J.R. 370—Boles, Tucker, Hall, Jolly,

Falkenburg, Gafford,
Trammell, Waggoner,
Biddle, Andrews, Jackson

(R), Harrison, Leonard, Hilliard, Porter, McNair, White, Moore (O),

Armstrong, Howard HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION COMMENDING AND PRAISING THE GREATER HUEYTOWN ALL-STARS OF THE DIZZY DEAN LEAGUE FOR REPRESENTING ALABAMA AND WINNING THE WORLD SERIES AT HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI, ON JULY 31, 1976.

WHEREAS, the Hueytown All-Stars won the Dizzy Dean League World Series on July 31, 1976, at Hattiesburg, Mississippi; and

WHEREAS, capturing the title did not come easily: They played into the final, having beat the previously undefeated Louisiana team twice and were victorious after the second overtime inning with a score of 2-1; and

WHEREAS, first baseman, Mike Jones, won the “Most Valuable Player" of the series; and

WHEREAS, the players, Steve Donaldson, Terry Edwards, Tommy Ellis, John Erlanger, Duane Griffin, Danny Hyde, Mike Jones, Jonny Kelly, Billy Odgers, Glen Owens, Earl Pate, Darren Scott, and Chris Watts worked diligently, long and hard to achieve this outstanding honor; and

WHEREAS, the coaches, Babe Evans and Eddie Cole and trainer, Doc Crane, are due much credit not only for the high degree of technical skill displayed in team play, but also for the fine spirit and will to win which is necessary to any winning team; and

WHEREAS, these 15-16 year old boys set records throughout district and state play and are without doubt the most exceptional team in history; now therefore,

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF ALABAMA, BOTH HOUSES THEREOF CONCURRING, That we most heartily commend the Hueytown All-Stars for winning the Dizzy Dean League World Series.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That copies of this resolution be sent to Bud Newell, President of the Hueytown Dizzy Dean League and to the above named coaches, players and trainer.

Approved August 23, 1976.
Time: 3:00 P.M.

Act No. 428

H.J.R. 371—Boles, Tucker, Hall, Ford,

Starkey, Taylor, Mitchem,
Weeks, Kelley, Rich,
Goodwin, McNees,

McNair
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION
CONGRATULATING OUR DISTINGUISHED COL-
LEAGUE, JOE BRINDLEY, UPON RECEIVING HIS Ph.D.
DEGREE FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA.

WHEREAS, Representative Joe Brindley has the reputation of being one of the most learned and scholarly members of the Alabama Legislature; and

WHEREAS, Representative Brindley has used his keen mind and determination to earn his undergraduate and post graduate degrees at Jacksonville State University and the University of Alabama; and

WHEREAS, Representative Brindley has made great personal and financial sacrifice in continuing his education so that he might be better able to serve his fellow Alabamians; and

WHEREAS, Representative Brindley has recently received his Ph.D. Degree at the University of Alabama; now therefore,

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF ALABAMA, BOTH HOUSES THEREOF CONCURRING, That we congratulate our distinguished colleague, Joe Brindley, upon receiving his Ph.D. Degree and wish him the greatest success in all his future endeavors.

Approved August 23, 1976.
Time: 3:00 P.M.

Act No. 429

H.J.R. 282–Crowe, Robertson HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION CREATING A JOINT INTERIM COMMITTEE TO STUDY WOOD FIBER AND REQUIREMENTS FOR FACILITIES TO EXPORT WOOD CHIPS WORLD-WIDE.

WHEREAS the forestry business is a vital part of Alabama's economy; and

WHEREAS it is important that no part of a tree be wasted; and

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