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Fine Food & Entertainment with John Johnson Before you embark on a journey of revenge, dig two graves. Confucius January 11, 2014 - Benefit for Bobby Stewart at the P0n- chatoula Lions Club 11 a.m. until 6 p.m.. Jambalaya and white beans dinners will be sold. Music, cake walk, a live auction, 50/50 tickets, and door prizes. Bobby was recentlY diagnosed with Atypi- cal Fibroxanthoma Cancer. An account has been opened in Robert W. Stewart's name at Capital One, if any one would like to make a donation.'For more info please contact Kristine Stewart at 985- 351-4913 January 11, 18 & 25: Hammond Farmers Market Down- town Hammond, LA - Every Saturday of the month from 8 a.m. - Noon - Downtown Development District 985.277.5680 - www. dddhammond.com January 11: Reimers Variety Music Show Reimers Audito- rium, 305 E. Charles St., Hammond, LA 70401 - 2nd Saturday of each month from 6:30pm - 9pm - Jake Drude 985.974.1100 - www. freewebs.com/reimersmusicaltheater January 11 & 25: Hammond Arts & Crafts Market Down- town Hammond, LA - 2nd & 4th Saturday of each month from 9am - 3pm - Downtown Development District 985.277.5680 - www. dddhammond.com THE TIMES, JANUARY 9, IGet Brassy! Hot 8 Brass Band coming to Columbia ,, Hot 8 Brass Band is coming to the Columbia Theatre for the Performing Arts on Tuesday, January 21, 2014 at 7:30 p.m.. Hot 8 Brass Band has epitomized New Orleans street music for over a decade by infusing their performances with the funk and energy that makes New Orleans music loved around the world. The Hot 8 Brass Band's first studio album since Hurricane Ka- trina, "The Life and Times of the Hot 8 Brass Band," is nominated for a Grammy- Best Regional Roots Music Album! This perfor- mance is one you don't want to miss! Tickets are on sale now at the Box Office and online at www.columbiatheatre.org. Think it's cold here? Our Michigan correspondent Laura Nebel submitted these photos taken at he suburban Detroit home Tuesday. On left you see an iced-caked door latch. This would not be such a big deal, if it were photographed outside the home, but this is the inside view. The sub-zero temperature read- ing was taken during the warm part of the day Tuesday. January 14: Ponchatoula Chamber Installation & Awards Banquet Bantaa's Le Fleur de Lis, 111 N. 6th St' Ponchatoula, LA 70454 - Ponchatoula Chamber 985.386.2536 -www.ponchatou- lachamber.com January 20 - Avenue of Flags raising. The Ponchatoula American Legion Unit and Post 47 will be raising the flags to mark the celebration of Martin Luther King Day. Reveille (raising the flags) will be at 7 a.m. and Taps (lowering the flags) will be at 5 p.m. The Legion is looking for volunteers to help at both times. If you would like to volunteer, plan to be at the Ponchatoula Cem- etery 15 minutes before each event. FROM PAGE ONE and we make public appearanc- es, selling the official Saintsa- tion Calendar for $20 apiece to fuel the scholarship fund. It is very fun and it's about showing up in the communities. "We start the football season with a mandatory retreat for all 34 of the women who make the ForAny Occasion FROM PAGE 2 think the difference makers in this game will end up being San Francisco receivers Michael Crabtree andAnquan Boldin. My prediction: San Francisco 2 7-20. In the afternoon game, the sur- prising San Diego Chargers travel to Denver to face Peyton Manning and the Broncos. The Chargers are one of the few teams this year that actu- ally slowed the Broncos down. While it's possible, I really don't see that happening again. Pey- ton Manning is in a zone right now. Unless they are playing in a blizzard, I have to pick the Broncos over the Chargers. My prediction: Denver 42, Char- gers 24. K DUNCAN ATTORNEY AT LAW 500 E. Morris Hammond La. 985-340-0990 Brettkduncan@me.com ~ www. Brettkduncanlaw.com Art Gallery & Custom Framing Special Pricin on Posters Framed Art 40 % Off Retail Monday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. or by Appointment 1108 CM FAGAN DR-HAMMOND LA 985.345.4246 squad," viewed by the owner as a necessary bonding event, she told the Ponchatoula Rotarians who lined up to purchase the Saintsation Calendar inscribed by our local Saintsation. Now / 2014 PAGE 3 -- Like us at Facebook com/theponchatoulatimes Doors kicked in, apartments looted pal Ic By BRYAN T. McMAHON Publisher Ponchatoula Times has been following-up our initial news (January 2, 2014) regarding serious vandalism on North Our original coverage omitted other reports of could not confirm at the time, but now we have The report Seventh Street. damage that we confirmation. None of the referenced news lard & Son service station was was forthcoming from the Pen- able to remove paint from the chatoula Police Department or, vandalized vehicle. in the case of the latest revela- Our original report includ- tions, from the office of Mayor ed the news that hundreds of Bob Zabbia, though there is ev- dollars in a fanciful annual ery indication that both taxpay- Christmas display on the North er-funded public agencies had Seventh Street property of the information, but decided to prominent citizen David Gueld- keep it from the press and from ner was destroyed by sharp the public it serves, knives or box .cutters. And it in- No police reports were issued cluded mention of serious van- to The Times or directly to the dalism at the North Seventh public as an alert when in early Street home of Ponchatoula December doors were kicked in, newcomers Jodie and Charles and apartments were then loot- Rohner who ecently donated ed in the second block of South the use of their property for a Fourth Street. fundraiser to The Fuller Cen- And official.secrecy reigned ter, which helps poor citizens when vandals spray painted find needed housing. "Hail Satan" on the white new- While The Ponchatoula ly-renovated All Saints Episco- Times was struggling to get out pal Church across North Sev- the sort of news that homeown- enth Street from the home of ers, automobile owners, and cit- Mayor Bob Zabbia. izens of all descriptions need to Nor were we as citizens in- protect themselves, their fami- formed when the vehicle owned lies, and their property, the lo- by former Police Chief James cal newspaper was doing so in a McKnight was spray painted vacuum, while secrecy reigned where it was parked outside his at City Hall and at the Pon- North Sixth Street home. 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