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May 19, 1983

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BRANCHDANIELS, INC. General Insurance PHONE: 386-9987 P.O. DRAWER 578 rhe Branch Jr. 16s E PNE ST. OWner PONCHATOULA E RENOVATIONS '': NEEDS H 0 M E 0 W N E R S ,SUL,,T,,ND S,W TIRED OF PEELING PAINT FULLY INSURED '' ' ' S I D I N G S a free Pocket ALUMINUM OR VINYL th a free estimate SEAMLESS ALUMINUM GUTTERS ng mail this coupon to Over-Hangs FOAM CORE INSULATION .ov,o Call 393"7295 VE. 70053 PAUL LEGRAND **lllolo.lo, oloo io,.o o oo.o.,eo ,o .oo....o, o.. interested in JYAME  SIDING BEST TIME OVERHANGS TO CALL WINDOWS A.M. GUTTERS ! P.M. i .oltoj, ,eoe,leoeeoltem6 Stevies Seafood I Now open Miondays 9:30-8 d Wednesdays 9:30-5 Sunday I . CLIP AND SAVE!! I SALE i I CATFISH 1 $1 s9 lb. i I DRESSED i .. with this coupon i I .............................. ,. '' This WEEK FRI. 8, Sat. only J I W - 386-4830 Pine St. across from Berryland .'s Auto Body Shop Fast Reasonable Service fplete Automotive Refinishing open S Days 8-6 p.m. Sat. 8-1 Over ten years Experience Truck Painting Cust?m Stimates V/e welcome Interiors ) Insurance Work 201 W. Pine St. Foreign & Domestic Cars THE LEGAL CLINIC, INC. 1 .. (A Professmnol Low Corp.) florida Parishes First Full Service Legal Clinic Phone 542-6172 For Appointment 101 W. Thomas St. Hammond, La. 70401 "lnkruptcy Wage Earner Plan (Ch 13) Me IP4 lkerge41 Prior to Flillnll Straight Bankruptcy (Ch 7) Business Reorganization (Ch. 11) e$oparation or Divorce eWorkmen's Compensation Cases eSocJal Sec. Disability Cases AII other Contingency Fee Cases eCRIMINAL MATTERS eFelony Misdemeanor All other legal services are available at affordable prices. STAI:I: ATTORNEYS: James A Dukes, Robert J. Pastor, Eugene B. Gercles, III, Dennis C. Kronlage Complete Price List Available on Request. / THE PONCHATOULA TIMES MAY 19, 1983 PAGE NINE Ducks Unlimited dinner May. 27 The Old Hayride Building is the lncluded intheticketpriceisanopen setting for the Second Annual Pon- bar. chatoula Ducks Unlimited Banquet Auction activity should be fast and to be held this year on Friday, May furious, with several rare hunting 27 starting at 7:30 p.m. momentoes to hit the block. A grand Clerk of Court Carman Moore will prize will be a shotgun to be raffled be the master of ceremonies and will off at $I0 a ticket, with a limit of 100 conduct the auction which will cap tickets. The money goes to help off the evening, finance Ducks Unlimited conserva- Area sportsmen are urged to attend the event. Club president Byard *'Peck" Edwards can be reached at 386-9451. or tickets can be pur- chased at the door ($25 for Member tickets and only $15 for guests). Featured at the dinner will be boiled rrvfish, potatoes, and ham. tion efforts, which recently have taken the direction of purchasing vital wetlands to save them from overdevelopment. Sportsmen from all over the reader- ship area of this newspaper are invited to attend. THE END i Spring is Here i The Interstate Farm i & Garden Center is having a Spring Sale SHRUBS Dwarf Curly Leaf Wax Lugustrum Dwarf Gardenias Japenese Yew Red Tip Shrub Abelias Clearias We also carry Sweet Potatoe Slips l Mon. thru Sat. l 8 till 7 542-0815 3472 Hwy.190 W. 100 yards west of l Sun. from 2 to 6 Interstate 55 J Cigarettes80 a pack Tucker ( ',onoco PABST 1 2/1 2 MILLER 12/1 2 . ('IALS. BUD LIGHT 10 oz. S2is reg. $2 MILLER LIGHT 1:2/12 $S20 reg.$56s 4SO reg.$5 's reg. $5 ss We Now Have Qts. $1 's Open 24 Hours 202 W. Pine St. 386-9569 small pre-schoots, beauty salons, offices for engineers, lawyers, doc- tors, even a candy shop. Pierson privately indicated that he did not believe there was much chance the attorney general would rule in favor of the absentee busi- nessman who complained about the local newspaper. But he added that the matter was out of his hands, since he had to follow the council's directive and turn Canfield's complaint over to the attorney generaJ. Pierson also agreed to convey to the attorney general a letter given him by Editor & Publisher Bryan T. McMahon refuting claims made by the Washington Parish businessman that the local newspaper's operation in any way violates city ordinances. (The Ponchatoula Times is a family- operated weekly with more paid subscribers than any other weekly newspaper in Tangipahoa Parish. it is Ponchatoula's only locally-owned newspaper. A year's subscription costs $1 I.OO. Inquiries, letters to the editor, and subscription requests should be mailed to Post Office Box 743, Ponchatoula, La., 70454.) Late in January, dressed in his Major General uniform he was taken to view the full length oil painting of him in the lobby of the CIA head- quarters. The bowed head came up, the jaw hardened, the sagging body stiffened to attention. Straight as a soldier, the general about faced and strode down the corridor and through the foyer, and climbed with- out help into the car. (p.833) On Sunday, February 8, 1959, with Ruth at his bedside, his brother Vincent gave himthe last rites of the church. When Eisenhower heard the news he remarked to Marcellus Hart- ley Dodge "What a man! We have lost the last hero." Dressed in his General's uniform, Donovan was buried three days later beside Patri- cia in Arlington National Cemetery amid a thunder of guns, trumpet calls, and hymns. remarkable services which you ren- dered to our joint cause in the war years. Yours sincerely Winston S. Churchill 5-19 Rotary Loranger 5-23 Bohnings F.G.B. FROM PAGE EIGHT 5-23 Independence Rotary on July 25, 1955 of an overdose of 5-24 Medi-Thrift Loranger barbiturates and alcohol. 5-25 Rotary F.G.B. April 1, 1957 5-25 Bohnings Medi-Thrift Dear Bill: ! have just learned to my great distress, of your illness. As a veteran Washington Parish of far too many such things in the last couple of years ! know how FROM PAGE ONE difficult the enforced period of inac- would stand as law until a court case tivity must be for you. But-also in or actual law could supersede it. my role patient --i do recommend "What I want to know is, what most highly that you cooperate fully about all the other things going on? ' with the doctors. ! need not tell you said Councilman Julian Dufreche, in that the country needs you back on apparent reference to the many, the active i/t. With best wishes for a many Ponchatoula businesses oper- speedy and complete recovery, and ated by families.out of their homes, affectionate regard in which 1 know "We can't selectively enforce it (the Mamie joins. law)," was City Attorney Pierson's Asever reply. Dwight Eisenhower. Ponchatoula currently boasts fam- ily-operated businesses in its residen- Dear General Donovan: tiat areas as diverse as: a photo ! was indeed sorry to learn of your studio, a recording studio, insurance illness. Pray accept my warm good offices, nurseries, tool sharpening wishes for an early and complete shops, antique shops, sign shops, recovery. I well remember the For all your Graduation needs, , Collage Picture Frames for . graduation & prom photos ; * Graduation Cards .. ,[ * Graduation gifts from Hallmark Btrthda girl  . Party Favors " Heather Renee Coikmire, daugh, of her grandparents. Grandparents . For your Anniversary, Bridal & Shower needs, ter of Harlin and Cindy Coikmire, are Mr. & Mrs. Humberto Vega and Ponchatoula, celebrated her first Mr. and Mrs. Harlin Colkmire Sr., all _ visit our Bridal Corner 4,]. birthday on February 26 in the home of Ponchatoula. trilll this Ad & receive wo ree 7otiv Game of the week Conclusion: , For Home Town convenience & a persona . 4 DXEBO','S 1983 Wild Bill  386-2310 138 W. Pine St. HOME VISITORS Donovan ,******...***,