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April 19, 1984

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Jaycee Women proud of parade finish By TERRY ANN MdAHON The Ponchatoula Jaycee Women won second place in the Civics Division for the club&apos;s float, '*Strawberry Fields Forever!" which featured as riders the Little Strawberry Kings and Queens. The float, pulled by the Rev. Jimmy Wall of Wadesboro Baptist Church, boasted the following riders: Ashley, Accord, Brook Norred. Dana Dufour. Tonya West. Robyn Chauff, Sabrina Holden, Donna Ballard: Kelly Vicari. Craig Alack. and Salvadore Arnone. Those not able to ride were Laura Reid and Chad Mixon q THE PONCHATOULA TIMES APRIL 19, 1984 BRASS BED FOR SALE King size, complete with firm orthopedic mattress set; never used, still in carton. Cost $1,000. Must Sell. $350 cash. 272.7590. fin A golden opporaanity with friendly home parses. Sell the largest line of gifts, toy§ & home decor in party plan. Openings for managers and dealers. Earn high dealer rebate plus win free trips and cash. Party Plan experience helpful. Car & Phone necessary. Call Collect 518-489-8395 or 518-489-4429. pA19,26 Help CLEAN YOUR SEPTIC TANK the EASY WAY with FX bacteria. $8.98. Tree roots removed. Drains opened. Ask for FREE BOOKLET. Ponchatoula Feed & Seed 180 E. Pine Ponchatoula La., 70454 hJl5 Energy conscious? Check with Caner Heat & Air Service on their High Ener EffkSent Central units to cool your mobile home. Call 504-222-4121 for Lanelle. Financing available. pA5,12,19,26 ' '1 NOTICE TO BIDDERS l'be Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Office is seeking sealed bids for the purchase of an automatic gasoline pump volumn logging system for the department Sealed bids are to be submitted to the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Office (P.O. Box 727, Amite. La. 70422) before May 4. 1984 when the bids will be opened at 10 a.m. m the Sheriff's Office. Amite. ('ourthouse Bids are sought on: An automatic gasoline pump volumn logging system consisting of a unit which is cardkeyed to activate gasoline pumps showing which card number is used to dispense an exact amount of gasoline from that pump Bid one to two units, for use at separate pump sites in case of two units Include as separate item in bid optional printer for printouts of log. and keyboard unit to operate printer call-up system. System should include cards which can be designated by allocation level and handle at least 50 different cards per pump location. All necessary power source units to be included. Data print out should include transaction number, date, time, card number and exact amount of fuel dispensed. Potential bidders may contact Chief Criminal Deputy' Willie Johnson for information on system bid requests The sheriff -reserves the right to reject any, or all bids. Authority: ' Sheriff J, Edward Layrisson SCUBA DIVING Inexpensive, easy & fun, class- es begin April 28th. 345-5866 CAR FOR SALE 1976 Oids 98, 62,000 miles, dean, fully loaded: electric seats, doors, windows, cruise control, tilt steering, AM/FM. $1,800 (negotiable) 386-6272 fin Call 386-2877 for this space HELP WANTED WORK IN YOUR HOME ON YOUR PHONE We are searching for one Ponchatoula-area resident with a pleasant, polite telephone voice who is interested in working just a few hours a day (during baby's nap, after dinner, spare hours on weekends- when convenient). Must be honest, energetic and well-organized. Call 386-2877 for an appointment. fin FOR SALE 16 fl. Reno w/35 Evinrude(Dectric) 386-4046 bA19 HELP WANTED If you are a good, accurate, reasonably fast, typist and want to work part-time to relieve workers on vacation, please call 386-2877 to arrange for an appobltment. Earn extra money for a vacation or a spedal item for yourself. Learn a basic computer skill, and possibly land a regular part-time job if that is what you are looking for. tfn i i SALES PEOPLE WANTED Wanted: Distributors in your area for "'The Miracle Grass Lawn Mower Blade." The safe way to cut grass. Get ready now for the grass cutting season just ahead. This product will revolutionize the grass cutting industry. Fits all power lawn mowers. This Blade will replace the dangerous steel Blade. Work right in your own Area. This will be a limited offer. Write to "The Miracle Grass Lawn Mower Blade. P.O. Box 2218, Pascagoula, Ms. 39567 or call 601-762-4111 or 601-762.3302: call 7 days. Made in USA. bAS, 12,19,26 Sell it here for $$$$$ 386-2877 The Ponchatoula Times Established October 1, 1981 oBryan T. McMahon, Editor & Publisher Second Class Postage Permit No. 666730 at Ponchatoula, Louisiana 70454 Terry Ann McMahon, Office Manager Terrence McMahon, Feature Editor Advertising Account Executive Published Thursday of every week,at 410 South Second St., Ponchatoula, La. 70454 ................................................ 7 ............ Subscriptions are $II in Louisiana, $13 anywhere in the U,SA. Phone 386-2877 Address correspondence and changes of address orders to P.O. Box 743 Ponchatoula, Louisiana 70454 Mail Call Letters to the Editor Reader offers pesticide Mr Bryan T McMahon Editor The Ponchatoula Times Ponchatoula. Louisiana 70454 Dear Bryan : l arn sending you the latest newsletter from the National Coalition Against the Misuse of Pesticides. It is a good one. and I think you will find it useful and informative There is a lot going on around the country concerning pesti- ci3es, Local, statewide, regional and nation- al grofips from 13 states and the District of Columbia gathered at a February. 1981 meeting in Washington. DC and launched a broad based coalition calle the National coalition Against the Mis- use of Pesticides (NCAMP) In 1984. NCAMP has grown to 600 organiza; tions and individuals in almost every state We have an office in Washing- ton, DC with three very good staff people and an annual budget of $78,000. The Coalition was establish- ed to respond to a growing pesticide poisoning and contamination problem through a program of community och,cation, technical assistance and the information promotion of public policies which protect against the dangers of toxic pesticide exposure. NCAMP is uni- quely bringing together groups with common concerns about pesticide hazards and safety', covering health, environmental, labor, consumer and religious issues. Membership is only $5 for individuals and $25 for public interest, nonprofit organizations I urge you to join and support + our advocacy for good laws that protect the public from pesticide hazards, A membership application is I helped found NCAMP three years ago in Washington. DC, I am quite proud of our achievements over the past three years. One of my goals as a member of the board of directors of NCAMP is to broaden our membership base. That is why I am writing to you. I hope you will join our network so that you can continue to receive our news- letter on a regular basis. Give me a call if you woold like to know anything more about NCAMP. My phone number is (504) 878'2477. Best regards• Mac Corbin Reg Hanemann backs business group [)ear Bryan As a voting member of the National Federation of Independent Business, and organization theal spends all of its time fighting for independent business. I have taken +tile liberty of submitting your name as a concerned business person I have lust renewed my NFIB mem- bership, and at the same time have nominated you for an introductory membership. NFIB has more than a half-million members like you and me, and repre + serifs us in congress and at the state level. We get a chance to let our Congressmen and State Legislators know how we feel about bills and issues that will affect our business You will vote your opinions on important bills. Community Center news By BARBARA WAGNER Acting Director "'Go For It" the Community Center Woman's Volleyball team captained by Made!yn Ragan, won first place with the following members on the squad: Sue Navarre. Debbie Schanzbach. Valerie Campo. Shirley Smith, Gaye Ernest, JoAnn Wood. and Sandy' Heindrich. "Just Us" came in second, captained by Mary Ragan. Mixed" B Volleyball had "'All Sports" in first place, captained by Bobby' Cortez, Second place went to Wolfe Lumber. with Lewis Rottman as captain. Bruno and your Congressman will receive the results of these votes, along with any c()cilments you rnake. I believe NFIB is important for the >urvial of free enterprise in our coun- try You can help by voting your mandate ballots when you receive them An NEIB representative will call on you to explain the organization's acti- vities and accomplishments. If you feel NHB is providing a worthwhile service. ] hope you will continue as a voting member on your own. You will shortly, be receMng a con- firming letter from NFIB's Home Office If you have any questions, please call File Sincerely. Reg ltanemann Perrin Beta Club wins big The Perrin Junior High Beta Club won second place in the state at the recent convention in Baton Rouge. The secret of their success? An artful rendering of Ponchatoula's famous alligator Ole Hardhide, cage the wooden covers of specially-designed scrapbook accomplishments. BIRTHS ITS A BOY Mr and Mrs Wayne CaNer. Albany. announce the birth of their son, dared Chase. on April 4 at 5:49 p.m in Sekenth Ward General Hospital. Ham- nl(qld The baby weighed 8 pounds. 11 i)Ul',Ck'S Mrs Cabler is the former Faye Bah,am Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Perricone, Pumpkin Center. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Cabler, Hammond. IT'S A BOY Mr and Mrs. Harry A. Ridgel, Nat- albany, announce the birth of their first child. Christopher David. on March 10 at 1(t:45 a.m. in Highland Park Hospi- tal. Covington. The baby weighed 6 pounds. 1 ounce and was 19 and-a-half inches long. Mrs Ridgel is the former Jo Belinda Richardson. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ridgel. Tickfaw. and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Richardson. Springfield. IT'S A GIRL Mr, and Mrs Charles Glenn West- moreland, Albany. announce the birth of their first child. Amy Nicole. on April 1 at :17 a.m *in Seventh Ward General Hospital. Hammond. Uches h+ng Mr.,, Westmoreland is the D<+ma Blount. Aibanv. (bandparents and Mr and Mrs A k£'estmoreland. Albany. and Mrs. Roy Blount. also Albany Great grandparents are Mr an°° I.,', Bh+unt Sr. Albany. ,cl bl' blrs Altk' Westmorelmd. A mite' IT'S A GIRL Desiree" Alis Sadowsky was Mary and Wally Sadowsky 11 Saturday. April 14 at Hospital. weighing seven poundS and a half ounce, Maternal grandparents are MI Mrs. Richard Charbonnet. grandparents are Mr and Mrs Sadowsky Sr h0rr Desiree' was greeted at sisters Nicole, 2, and Becky• I+ ITS A BOY Clarence Theodore Baharn,, "'Teddy" as he is already cal some, was born April 6 w iahl pounds, nine ounces. He is the son of Holly aod Baham. His maternal grandfather is Wood of Liberty. The baby weighed 6 pounds. 13 paternal grandmother is <mnces. and was 20 and-one-fourth . Baham of Covington. !ii!ii!i!i!iiiiiiiii!iiii!iii!iiii!i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iii!iii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii/iiii!iiiiiiii!iiiiiii!i:iii!!iiiii ...,,.• :i:i:i:i " " + ,...+. :,:.:.: ,,.,... !iiiii;00 :i:i:i:i :2:::::: .., ... iiiiiil Bros. and Road Runners also made the ::i:: playoffs, iiiili Men's Basketball first place went to ii!iii Supreme Court, with playoffs including ::!i!iiii Mulkey, Pest Control, Kiwanis, and :::::::: ..%..*. -.,..,0 Daly Star Z:I: The deadline for signing up for the .......':':':': ...o... +upcoming league play is Thursday, i:!:i:! April 19 for Mixed A, Mixed B, Men's ii!ii!! Softball and Men's Basketball. iiii::! Tennis classes will cost $30 a month. :::::::""" .,.,-.. beginning in May. Regfster now. iiii!i! Aerobics classes will be held Tuesday .......""'" • ..,.. and Thursday from 5:30 to 6:30. Register before class for this $25 Jane Fonda Workout• I want to thank you, the citizens of Ponchatoulo for electing me councilman of District Three. I promised that if you elected me I would work for you. That's a promise I'm going to keepl Again Thank yO’ q,:,', °,-%, :,:,:,: o ,:q. ......................... ... ,,, +,,, ,, ........ ., ........ .,,., ......... °,.,,,o,,o,,,.,*.,.,,,,,,,.**.,,...,,,,,.’,.,,.....,..,, ....... , ........ .,,,, • .'`....::;:::.::::::;:.; ...,-.-.,.,.....-.-.-.-...-, S.N. Gramp Fitzmorr, s I ___ II I I MAIL IN THE SUBSCRIPTION COUPON WITH THE FORM BELOW AND HALF OF THE SUBSCRIPTION FEE WILL BE DONATED IN YOUR NAME TO BUILD A NEW HOME FOR OLE'HARDHIDE ! 0 0 0 0 0 0 HARDfl!DE'S HOUSING HELPERS Cheek One NalTIO Address Citizen of Tangipahoa or Liringston arish City State Zip , $11°°per year. ] Anywhere in the U.S.A.. $1S" per :year -,enior citien . $5 s'- Home Delivery Price -- $11°° with this coupon Newsstand Price -- $26. 00 per year Clip& Return to: The Ponchatoula Times P.O. Box 743 Ponchatoula, La. 70454 • •••0• •0•0••••••••00•0•0••0••••00•0• •0•00•0••••••0•• •••••0•••••0•••••0•0••0•••••• ••