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This fact did not limit the types or numbers of routines arranged.- for each child performed in various numbers. Amidst the dancing and singing were the tumblers who exhibited the huge span of progress made in these short nine dancing months. And although much of the audience was a gathering of relatives and close friends it was none-the-less evident that the night was a grand success all around In a personal interview, Mrs. Toma- selta admitted her sad heart at having to turn over her studio and leave her kids due to the need to relocate - but says she "feels confi- dent that Renee Donewar wilt follow well in her footsteps." Mrs. Donewar was first introduced to all the stu- dents at the morning's rehearsal, and appeared much at ease and confi- dent. All dancers received their certifi- cates of merit and a token personal- ized gift from their beloved instruc- tor Awards were given for special efforts for Perfect Attendance and Ad Contest Winners. Gifts were also given to particular parents who assisted relentlessly throughout the year The evening came to a close with Da ncer Weathersby announces Republicans meet Blackburn Road and Jefferson Court. All Kepublicans are urged to attend. for Police Jury I am actively seeking election to the Tangipahoa Parish Police Jury from District Two. In April of 1982 ! characterized the Police Jury as "inefficient and ineffective." In slightly over a year since that state- ment, the Police Jury is not only bankrupt but also incapable of effi- cient, orderly management of parish Hammond Square Mall many weary but confident new business. Lawsuits representing (Lower Court) dancers "'on the brink of things to (, nearly $I00,000 lost for taxpayers .-------------------------------------------------. come!" 1 are typical; inability to institute com- i ll'Y Up To 20 CHI-FILA SANDWICHES FOR 1.09 EAred pliance with the Parish Transporta- i Just fill in beh how many ten&,r'n juio, Chick-lil-A sandwiches "I tion Act-a state law-is also typical; and, internal disorder, i.e., three I QI you want at this speci pncc with this ci)ulm. One couIxm I Free Movie different presidents in three years I J'l per pem, per vLsit. Offer not gx with am' other offer. I "nt I ', ,, Closed Sundays. Offer good through June 4th , 983 I and constant, critical personnel I ' I Sun. & Men il changes, are most typical, The pres- I / [ U(JFA. I., O:0. t Sandwiches ! ent Police Jury is a disaster; the Jury "Repulsion" health, and growth for tangipahoa I Hammond Square Moll | diplomas. Parish residents. The public must L.. ............................... 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