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Letters to the Editor .;;.--.;.-;;.-;;--;;:*;;;%*i''..'...........'.*;.;.:.;;.;.;.;;./...;.;....;....:..::.;;:;.:.;.. I!:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i:::::::i:::::::i::::::::::i:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Times thanked for reed story Mr. Bryan T. MMahon Editor & Publisher The Ponchatoula Times Ponchatoula, La. 70454 As more unfolds. I will reveal it to you when appropriate. Yours truly. Pete Locicero Mr. McMahon: I want to thank you for the early and positive exclusive coverage your paper has given the proposed World Medical Center. I hope others will demonstrate a positive attitude in this respect. I believe in Tangipahoa Parish (and all the Florida Parishes) and the people living here. When all act together, there is no limit to the good that can be accomplished. Because of the great early and positive public awareness and sup- port of this project your paper has helped create, I am forwarding to you a copy of correspondence I recently received from Dr. Mohanty. I believe you will agree that, to quote your article, "Quiet progress is being made., " 1 am happy to play a small role in helping TangJpahoa Parish in secur ing the location of the World Medical Center that will provide both re- search facilities and Medical Doctor Degrees. l'm glad your paper has demonstrated the same attitude. Iris Wagner of Live Oak Ceramics on La. 22 East displays the Ole Hardhide piece being fired and painted especially for the upcoming Strawberry Festival. Local ience fair "SC Martha Vinya d Elementary School held its Science Fair on Feb. 9. 1983. Forty-nine students entered projects in the fair. The 1st place winners were Ward Fowler. Jerri Martin, Jennifer Morton, Gregory Walker. and Brad Pellichino These students will represent their school at the Region Eig'ht Science Fair to be held at SLU in March. For the convenience of my Ponchatoula, Springfield, Bedico, Robert, Hammond & Albany clients Please take note of my direct dial number to my Amite office 542-0403 , Joseph H. Simpson Attorney at Law P.O. Box 1017 Amite, La. Free Movie Sun. & Mon. 542-6333 SANDWICH SHOP & OYSTER SHOP 110 S.W. Railroad Ave. OYSTER HOURS 5:00-6:00 pm. FREE MOVIE SUN 8, MONDAi Y Party Special ALL DAY 30 DRAFT in a frosted mug Thursday Ladies Night 25 DRAFT ALL LADIES Wallace's Marina (BEDICO CREEK YACHT CLUB-) ',Where black tie )s always optional" SLU 1983 Baseball Schedule Feb. 26 Louisiana College Feb. 27 Louisiana State University Mar. 2 Louisiana College Mar. 5 McNeese State Mar. 6 Tulane University Mar. 7 Naval Academy Mar. 10 Southern University Mar. 14 Spring Hill College Mar. 18 Cleveland State Mar 25 Spring Hill College Mar. 26 Cleveland State Mar. 30 McNeese State Apr. 2 Grambling College Apr. 3 Southern University Apr. 4 Nicholls State Apr. 6 Tulane University Apr. 7 Mississippi College Apr. 9 Grambling College Apr. 10 Tulane University Apr. 12 Louisiana State University Apr. 15 Nicholls State Apr. 18 University of New Orleans Apr. 20 Louisiana State University Apr. 21 University of New Orleans Dufreche-led baseballers ready for full SLU's young baseball team swings into action next weekend with a trio of road games. Under the first year coach Danny Dufrehe, the Lions tackle a rugged schedule with just 10 returning lettermen. "We're going to be a little better than we thought at first, but we're still very inexperienced on the mound," Dufreche pointed out. "However, we hope to utilize our speed and defense to offset some of the lack of experience." "The fact that we don't have any seniors on our roster emphasizes our youth," the new Lion coach pointed out. / Key returnees for the Lions include outfielder Kurt Griffon and catcher/outfielder Andy Allain. Griffon, a sophomore, led the team last year with a .313 average. Allain hit .307 and in just two years has established a school record for career home runs with 24. Four other starters return including sophomore outfielder Darren Raspino, who led the team in stolen bases a year ago; third baseman Max Lewis, second baseman Brent Dugas and catcher Mike Hymel, a top gloveman with a strong arm. Bruce Thompson, a back-up behind the plate a year ago and also a designated hitter, has been shifted to first this spring. Reserve players Shane McCrory and Scott Perrilloux are also back. The inexperience shows on th-e mound where only one veteran--" sophomore lefthander Darryl Powell--is back. 1 p.m. Pineville 1:30 Baton Roue 1 p.m. HAMMOND 1 p.m. Lake Charles 1 p.m. New Orleans 1 p.m. HAMMOND \\; 1 p.m. Baton Rouge 1 p.m. Mobile, Ala. ' p.m. HAMMOND ! p.m. HAMMOND 1 p.m. HAMMOND 1 p.m. HAMMOND 1 p.m. Reserve 1 p.m. PONCHATOULA 1 p.m. HAMMOND 6 pom. PONCHATOULA 7 p.m. Brookhaven, Miss. 5:30 p.m. PONCHATOULA 2 p.m. Gretna 7 p.m. Baton Rouge ! p.m. Thibodaux 6 p.m. PONCHATOULA 7 p.m. PONCHATOULA 6 p.m. New Orleans season The Lions open Saturday (Feb. 26) at Louisiana College and play LSU Sunday in a single game. The home opener for the Lions is March 2 when Louisiana College pays a return visit to Hammond. I . II I I DEATHS in our community ADER, MRS. THELMA ADDISON THOMPSON Died at 7 a.m. Friday, Feb. 11. 198'3. at Seventh Ward General Hospital. Hammond. She was 71. a native of Maurepas and resident of Ponchatoula. Visiting was at Harry McKneely & Son Funeral Home. Hammond from 6 to I0 p.m. Satur- day, with religious services at 2 p.m. Sunday. Burial in Maurepas Ceme- tery. Survived by her husband. George H. Ader Jr., Ponchatoula: a daughter, Mrs. John (Ellen) Hammer Jr.. Ponchatoula: a son Vernon Mar- tin Sr., Hiawassee, Ga.: a brother, Frank Addison. Lafayette: two sisters, Mrs. Alice Hart, Natchi- toches, and Mrs. Minette Alvarez, Waveland Miss.: and three grand- children. THE PONCHATOULA TIMES FEBRUARY 24, 1983 G.A. meeting set for Bedico A G A meeting will be held at Bcdico Baptist Church on, Saturday, February 26. 1983 from 2 p.m. until 4 pm All G.A's. from grades 1-6 and leaders are urged to attend. We will have 2 speakers for the evening They are Scott Sanntag who has served as a Missionary Journeymen in Paris, also Vickie Ward, who Missionary Journeymen Both are now, attending New Orleans. La. Following the meeting, ments will be served. Now Serving A LUNCH BUFFET WITH SALAD BAR 11 am- ON 2245 Hwy. 51 By-Pass 's Hammond B&M Donut and Shop Breakfast served 24 hrs Owners take out orders Butch & Mary 386-9591 s9o. W. Pitt o We Want To Publish Your Book Poetry Romance History Fiction NO ONE BEATS OUR QUALITY Lady banker named Asst. V-P Ann Johnson of First Guaranty Bank has been named Assistant Vice-President in Mortgage Lending in conjunction with the Bank's new mortgage loan program as an- nounced by Anal Patel, President and Chief Executive Officer. Ms. Johnson has twenty years experience in loan processing with nine years at the Bank and prior employment at investment and insurance companies. She will head up the Bank's pro- gram which will handle all conven- tional, V.A:, FHA loans along with first and second mortgages and long term fixed rate loans. She is a member of the Realtors Association and the Home Builders Association. Valentine party hem Call now For an appointment so we can discuss your book 386-2877 NO ONE BEATS; OUR PRICE Call us for 1 your printing nee-ds By CINDY NEWTON Leander j. Kinchen American Legion Auxiliary Unit No. 47 of Ponchatoula held a Valentine Party for the junior auxiliary on February 14 at 1:30 p.m. The juniors that were present were Kristi Perrin, Kathy Newton and Lynne Kraft. Games and refresh- ments were enjoyed by all. Refresh- ments were made by Hallie Perrin,- Henrietta Joiner and Cindy Newton , Cuchulain Press 410 South-Second P(;nchatoula, Louisiana