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May 19, 1983

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gers take title By SIS HEBERT league at the Poncha- Center the Cha]- th the first place Tuesday night's play. game Challengers games from Sher- D.rn. game Central Pro- gressive defeated Gordon Traylor's Signettes two games. In the play oRs Central Progressive played a good game scoring eleven points against the Challengers. In the second game Challengers held them down with a fifteen-four score. So Challengers took the first place trophy and Central Progressive took the second place trophy Classified HELp WANTED a.nd accurate typist m picking up extra a part-time call-as- Preference is area resi- 7. Puppies )r Sale & Cream 791 bm19 New Home $982.00 Down Less Than $160 Per Me. Rex or Becky 222-4181 pm12-26 PIANOS Reconditioned, Upright, Player & Grand Piano l-'iano Tuning & Repair 542-0716 PING INISHING Miniature Golf Courses. Del. in 3 days, outdoors or indoors. Free Estimates Price $3,900 up. Financing Rates available.  Guaranteed LOMMA ENTERPRISES. INC.. BOX 955-W, Scranton, PA. 386.9058 18503 (717)346-5559. tin pm 19 :Y & Vitter's Exxon Service Qualified Mechanic on duty 7-5 LL SERVICE Tires 8, Accessories rs 5:30 to 7:00 WEST PINE 386-9740 the convenience of my hatoula, Springfield, o, Robert, Hammond & Albany clients e take note of my direct dial number to my Amite office 542-0403 H. Simpson &ttorney at Law Box 1017 Amite, La. Proud coach A proud P.H.S. Basketball Coach Greg Marten addresses the capacity crowd of Ponchatoula athletes and their parents who attended Monday's Spring Sports Banquet. Marten gave a stirring review of all that the club had been through this season, on and off the diamond, suffering the death of a teammate, injury, but fighting to within a game of the state championship. (Staff Photo) I Paul's Cafe By DOTSY Paul's old town care The start of east Pine Hungry found each day As all love to dine. Coffee pot always on Biscuits before dawn Ten to eight Paul is gone Make his school bus run. Old Hardhide keeps one eye open As delightful smells come by The old tummy keeps hopin" Some vittles will get to try. A fowl pot on Tuesday With dumplings by the score Closed each and every Sunday Makes Paul's food enjoyed more. q Identichild FROM PAGE ONE The speaker is Mrs EvelynRelan, a Winn Dixie Supermarket office worker in the Ponchatoula store who has been doubling s a fingerprint specialist since Winn Dixie started its unique "Identichild" program just two weeks ago. Under the local direction of Store Manager Gary Barattini, the "Identi- child" fingerprint project has already seen over 200 area youngsters come to the store to have their prints taken. So successful is the program that Winn Dixie officials say it will be offered here for the forseeable future. The service is free, paid for totally by Winn Dixie. Mothers can bring their children to the local Winn Dixie as soon as tl%y have had their first birthday, and on up through their teen years. In less than two minutes, and without any of the black inky mess that viewers of old police movies are used to associating with fingerprint- ing, parents can gain some peace of mind. The painless process results in prints being recorded on a card provided by Winn Dixie that can be wrapped in plastic. The prints do not go into a police and government computer or file. The only copy is handed over to the parent so the parent can put the child's fingerprints with other valuable documents at home. 'eople are becoming aware of the dan[s, thanks to the media and this i why we've had such a re- sponse, especially since we're the only business in the area offering this service," said Mrs. Relan, who said the easy technique of taking prints was taught to her by an FBI agent and from supervisors in the Winn Dixie program. "A lot of mothers say they worry because their kids run wild during the day and they can't hope to keep track of their every move. The fear of kidnapping is very real," said Mrs. Relan, adding, Some of the kids have a strange feeling because they've always associated finger- printing with having committed a crime, but most of them think it's great fun." Interviewed as she was waiting for her daughters Rolanda, 7, and Shei]a, 11, to have their prints taken, Mrs. Sandra Clark of Poncha- tou]a summed up what many parents seem to feel when it comes to using the free fingerprinting service: "I think it's great. I hope I never have to use it, but I think it's a great idea." Purely a public service program run by Winn Dixie for families in the area, the fingerprinting process and the record card are absolutely free, with no requirements to purchase items at the store. Parents interested in taking advan- tage of the ldentichild program can come by the Ponchatou]a Winn Dixie store anytime the store is open, but Mrs. Relan suggests that the best times would be Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. This week's local games THE PONCHATOULA TIMES MAY 19, 1983 PAGE THIRTEEN , Dixie Youth Baseball May 23, Monday 5:30 KF.C. Jaycees HOME VISITORS 7:30 L.O.S. Kiwanis May 19, Thursday 5:30 K.C. AthleLic Shop 7:30 L.O.S. Harper's TV May 20, Friday 5:30 Jaycees C.N.B. 7:30 Kiwanis Gabriel Anniversaries May 19-Lynda & Larry Ryan, Dallas & Corine Pepitone May 20oFred & Pat Kirsch, Herc & Margurite Watkins May 22oGlenn & Virgie LeBlanc May 23-Dennis & Alice James, Mark & Donna Beachamp May 24-Vickie & Harold Holden, Michael & Shirley Sweeney, Gary & Jean Stanga May 25-Hardy & Paulette Richard- son Happy Birthday May 19-Linda Mathews, Barry T. Landry Jr., Lanny Schatzle, Mike Arnonvin May 20-Nicole Watkins, Vera Hally May 21-Summer Fussell, Ernest LeBlanc May 22-Sean Sweeney, Tina Pal, Donald Disher, Lawrence Byers, Jason Raiford, Marian Byers, Susan Fowler May 23-Michael Ray Henderson, Bryan Bohning, Vernon Hebert, Nicole Jackson, Richard Eieser, Charles Raiford May 24-Leah Seal, Kelly Landry, Pearl Berner, Jane Tidwell May 25-Deiton "Kelly" Brooks, Patty Neihaus, Chucky Bates Monte' Furniture & Appliance Co. Gibson Appliance Sale You get more when you buy a Gibson 10 year WARRANTY on Refrigerator Compressors 17 Cub c Foot Refrigerator L $5999s 18 Lb. Heavy Duty Washer 5 temp., 4 cycle only 26 Cubic Foot Chest Freezer $599 20,000 BTU Air Conditioner ! $ 569"00 | arat Gold Give Your Favorite Graduate Her School Co/ors ead Chain  off em lnloved In Genuine Semi-Precious Add-on Beads. 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