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Tangi Finance beats Hanna struction By DUANE E. HARRIS Sports Editor Tangi Finance pulled home another win over Hanna Construction Wednes- day, May 15 by a score of 12-8. "We thought it would be close but it wasn&apos;t so tough," remarked Tangi pitcher Jason Childers immediately following the game in which Jason pitched four of six innings for 10 walks, four strike outs and allowed four base hits. Those 12 runs for Tangi were scored by Jason Childers, Kyle Wolfe, Ben Perrin, Trey Shockley, Josh Stilley, Craig Nelson, Jeremy Schnell, Jeff Douglas and Clint Hatfield. At the plate for Tangi Kyle Wolfe, Ben Penin and Josh Stilley led the team in scoring with two runs each. Also making the distance were Jason Childers, Trey Shockley, Craig Nelson, Jeremy Schnell, Jeff Douglas and Clint Hatfield with one run each. Adding to the whopping list of 12 straight RBI's were Trey Shockley, Josh Stilley, Jeremy Schnell and Jeff Douglas who led with two ribeyes each How does a team score 12 runs on five hits? "They walked us," commented Tangi secondary pitcher Kyle Wolfe who was credited with pitching four strike outs in the two innings he pitched Kyle based his theory on the fact that Hanna walked the Tangi team 13 times. To everyone's surprise, Tangi walked Hanna also. Tangi's pitchers walked 16 batters and allowed only five hits but Love is a journey Not a destination Ole Hardhicle equaled 11 strike outs each. "Our mistakes came at a critical time," remarked coach Wayne Peltier when his team fell behind in, the final frame. Through the combined efforts of four pitchers, Hanna threw 16 walks and 11 strike outs. Like clockwork, Hanna sent Chris Bowman, Steve Henderson, Brad Womer and Jack Gabriel to the mound. Aaron Navarre and Chris Thibo- deaux were the high scorers with two The outer portions of the city's wide sidewalk on the 100 block of West Pine are scheduled to be rebuilt as part of the upcoming segment of highway improvements expected to begin this week or next. (Times Photo i, |1 FROM PAGE ONE dria this past weekend. (But please do speak very softly). Quote of the Week, Linda Poche of South Pass: "Oh, they were asking me about that mermaid!" Speaking of seafood, Rod and Penny down at Whitey's in The Ponchatoula Mall have shrimps that just do not live up to their name - They're big! And speaking of Manchac, Miss Willie Branch was spotted there with Joel Smith and Jeanne Zaleski. (Did I see you on tiie water slide Sunday at Yogi Bear Park?) That's where this gator went to see what proved to be some sights. Pinchpenny hit the pool in his lose-weight-or-else bikini (a near explosion of laughter and flying fat). And ace hooper Lance Vitter was on hand to accept his top sports honors dressed as a not all that bad looking girl. (I was a little afraid of Yogi, but Boo-Boo looked like a nice snack). Think there's a building boom going on? Hardy temporarily ran out of door knobs this week. That means a whole lot of new walls have been going up, the way I figure it. (l've got cage walls here at the pond for much the same reason - humans). Smitty, is it true son Butch got started with reptiles when, as a baby, you gave him his first rattler instead of a rattle? Why is Peck Edwards floating five feet above the roof of his tuna tower these days (hint: she'sno fish). Speaking of boats, ask Doc about the Gideon Navy. Boat captain Bob Young came by the cage stone cold sober and told me the most amazing story I have ever heard. He said that he rescued a deer in trouble. (At first I too thought he just misspelled dear when he was speaking to me, and since as you may or may not have noticed, this alligator is somewhat unflappable, I wasn't really shook up by the fact the city's official bagpiper rescued Bambi; big deal. But read on). It seems Bambi was three miles out to sea off the shore in East Bay about 20 miles south of Venice. It was about 7 p.m. and Captain Bob was bringing in a crew when he spotted the deer in her death throes. The oil men aboard had other ideas. They lashed ropes around Bambi and brought her aboard, where she lay in a heap, totally exhausted and unable to rise. After a long rest ashore she was able to lick the rough hands that saved her before troting off to high ground. Captain Bob told this reptile he thinks a swift offshore current did the job on his dear friend. Hey, something's been bothering me. Dad before me probably never noticed because after awhile ole alligators like old humans just kinda get used to their surroundings. Not so Junior! Do you see that ugly ole utility pole outside my cage, the one with the ugly dead viney bush clinging to it? You probably see it on human eye level, figure it looks important, and walk on by, content that the blight at the front of my cage is somehow necessary. It is not. Look up. The pole is connected to absolutely nothing, except the ugly dead viney buh again .... again The pole is connected to absolutely nothing, except the ugly dead viney bush that looks like the exact opposite of My Ponchatoula. It blocks the view of the alligator and the Country Market and the mail Car Art Gallery and it is ugly, ugly, ugly, and Jabo has a nifty chain saw (hint, hint). There is one special girl who is always welcome at my cage (unless she should be sitting in her desk at D.C. Reeves at the time). That's Sammy Lynn Relan, Sambo's pride and joy, and Ole Hardhide's. (Stop by Ponchatoula Feed & Seed, pick up a chick, and come on by for a visit honey, now that school's about out. runs each and Steve Henderson, Brad Womer, Herman Newall and Clint Mollere each added one. Steve Henderson led the team in RBI's with two and Aaron Navarre, Chris Thibodeaux, Mike Smith and Wade Peltier attributed one each to the list. Other Hanna players playing superior ball were Chad Richard. Sonny Harman, Bradley Milton, Clint Mollere and John Green. Festival FROM PAGE ONF a.m. on the outdoor stage and con- tinues through the weekend, sharing the spotlight with the alligator races Saturdav at noon, presentations of festival awards, a 1:30 p.m., benefit outdoor auction with proceeds used to build Ole Hardhide a new zoolike downtown cage, a 2:30 a.m. break dance competition for teens, a 5 p.m. strawberry wine tasting, c]uminating in a public auction of hundreds ot thousands of dollars worth of jewelry, collectibles and coins starting at 6 p.m. Sunday's activities commence at noon when the food booths manned by local civic and church groups open for a second day of festival good times. All booths close at festival's end, 6 p.m. Sunday. June 2, 198,5 THESNUFF THATTRULY LIVESUPTO Helme Tobacco Company iI company o| Culbro Corpora on Ne ork NY 10158 Triaminic Syrup Triaminicin Tablets or Triaminic-!2 Tab!ets = For Allergy Relief that's nothing to sneeze at. ,L  1984 l)re Laborar)r}e* D,v;ston ot Sando: In< Linchpin NeBraska :,2! The Ponchatoula Times Published Thursday of every week at 167 East Pine St., Ponchatoula, La. 70454 ........................................................ Subscriptions are $I I in Tangipahoa and Livingston Parishes, $13 anywhere in the U.S.A. ........................................................ Phone 386-2877 ........................................................ Address correspondence and changes of , address orders to P.O. Box 743, ponchatoula, Louisiana 70454 Established October I, 1981 Bryan T. McMahon, Editor & Publisher Second Class Postage Permit No. 666730 at Ponchatoula, Louisiana 70454 ...................................................... 7--" Terry Ann McMahon, Office Manager .......................................................... Terrence McMahon, Feature Editor Advertising Account Executive ......................................................... THE PONCHATOULA TIMES, MAY 23, 1985 PAGE C.LASSIFIED HELP WANTED "._ AIRLINES NOW HIRING. Reservationists, stewardesses and ground crew positions available. C;il 1-619-569-0241 for details. 24 hrs. pM16-29 APARTMENT FOR RENT One Bedroom Furnished Apartment in Ponchatoula 386-2176 bA 1 ltfn AUTOS FOR SALE Gov't Surplus Cars & Trucks Under $100. Now available in your area. Call 1-619-569-0242. 24 hrs. pM9-23 THE STRIP JOINT Stripping Refinishing Repairing Furniture & Architecturals Caning-Pressed & Hole 410 N. Jefferson Covington, La. 70433 (504) 892-8881 FOR SALE 1959 MERCURY MONTEREY Excellent Condition 57,000 Original Miles New Tires - Runs Great 386-7621 or 733-1134 $120000 Or Best Offer ELECTRICAL WORK FOR SALE CLASSIFIEDS GIANT SALE: New flashing arrow signs. Factory direct. Extremely limited quantity. $247 complete, was $497. Fre 166 letters! Call immediately, 1-(800)-423-0163, anytime. (Not paint damaged). swM23 HELP WANTED $20,000 Yearly Possible. Pr*" pare at home for Post OfF# Clerk Carrier exams. Write: Federated Box 3006, Hattiesburg, 39403. 542-7068 110 East Coleman Avenue Hammond, LA 70401 I Licensed Electrician TOMMY WELLS Residential - Commerical Mobile Homes Emergency Service Nights and Weekends 386-3273 or 345-3768 btfn APARTMENTS FOR RENT 1 & 2 Bedroom Apts. 386-3324 HELP WANTED Tangtpahoa Parish Library is accepting applications for these job openings: (1) Ponchatoula Library Branch Manager (2) Independence Library Branch Manager (3) Library Substitute- Staff Job description with insmmtions for application are posted at all eleven Parish Library branches. Tangipahoa Parish Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer. bM16,23 CHILD-SIZE RELIEF OWN A LADIES OR CHILDRENS FASHION STORE Our 10 year old company help you open your own businesS. We supply inventory, fixtures training, site evaluation airfare. Famous lines Calvin Klein, Gloria Vanderbilt, | Lee, Zena, Chic, Levi, Esprit| ] 100 s more Purchase priCe I [ $8500 to $18,400 For more|l .,, I he pl information call Ed Brandt coi'nl,g: ! i I .and a b lect 405-238-5098. | i ." a o swM | I "n in l t. TI | announ nCUAVE REALTY 318-435-9771 I eL I "_":h is FOR SALE: 1456 acre cotton I "+'2 - l l Uitior farm, Richland Parish; 520 acPe L ...... prime farm land Madison Parish. Several other farms in N.E- Louisiana. THE DORCOL" PEDIATRIC FORMULAS SUMMER EMPLOYMENT The Tangipahoa Parish School Board Job TYaining Program (JTPA) is no taking applications from youth 15 !921 years old for summ m" empI0ymen ! in (I) Ascension (6) St. Helena (2) East Feliciana (7) Tangipahoa (3) Iberville (8) Washington (4) Livingston (9) West Baton Rouge (5) Pointe Coupee (I0) West Feliciana Applicants must be economically disadvantaged and must have a social security card. Applications may be obtained from local Employment Security Offices, Local high schools, Police Jury Offices, or by writing or phoning: J.T.P.A. Tangipahoa Parish School Board P.O. Box 2517 Hammond, La. 70404 Ph.- (504) 345-4134 bM9-30 Phi (504) S67-: i 1965 DORY L.AIAT(JRIES DIVISIO OF SANDOZ INC ]00onchatou,l00l awards athletes i. SAVE $15.00 FROM PAGE THIRTEEN | Chatelain was reminded of "'the was recognized as the team's Most i destruction and enormous property Valuable Player. damage to countless neighboring cour- Lettering were Johnny Camarata.  Off newsstand prices ts" where he suffered in defeat but was Aaron Hampton, Greg Hampton. | awarded as the Jaycee's Most Valuable David Higgs and Marc Williamson. i Boy. Others recognized for their athletic and have your Robin Morgan was recognized as the performance were: Kevin Babin. Jeff team's best spirited player who took the Darouse. Jody Fabre, James Fabro. I PHS Booster Club's Sportsmanship Rick Fabro, Leslie Fletcher, Stacey hometown newspaper delivered Award; Jenny Flint. who began playing Hampton, Damn Hemphill, Dennis with a basic knowledge of tennis, was Lagarde. Paul Perricone. Johnny awarded as the team's most-improved Reno, Eric Riley, Russel Rock, Paul  to your door every Thursday player as a freshman and Sherry Pilcher Uter and Jamie Wagner. received the team's highest honors Gifts for the coaches were awarded Sherry lost one of eight games the entire by the players and that concluded the season, won the district rally and moved '85 Spring"Sports Banquet. on to the state championship in .,,,,. ,,o,,, ,,s, I SUBSCRIBE TODAY players in both singles and doubles met Road Work for the first time of the year, Sherry defeated her opponent in the tiebreaker.initial set, lOStAfter, he secondhours o,andgrue',,ngtied the enters final phase l 52 weeks for only $11 o defense, Sherry lost the last'set "Sherry didn't speak for hours after the match." " recalled Coach Thompson Stafff Report Veteran players Roger Williams. Brett ' Ponchatoul 0 will be getting a main Chatelain, Aaron Egnew. Mike street boulevard with a neutral ground Please start my subscription immediately Guagliardo, George Orgeron and Mark in the middle for the first time since the Scimemi were recognized for their late 1930"s ] Enclosed is $11 payment (Seniors- $5 devoted participation to the tennis team. As reminded by coach Thom- pson, this was only the third year for the PHS tennis team and the future looks bright at the new school. "'We didn't have the proper fac;lities either," said track coach Bobby Hebert during his awards presentation to the track team. "But the guys know what they got out of it because they put in some hard hours." added Hebert. Henry Powell proudly took the Jackson-Vaughan Insurance Com- pany's Best Trackman Award; Jamie Wagner achieved as Kiwanis Club's choice for the best fieldman;-Jeff Darouse was selected for Booster Club's Slortsmanship Award, and Joe Frazier That's probably the rosiest way to view the latest development in the | major road construction job that is | making over Pine Street from the ICG | Name tracks to 1-55. Starting this week. motorists will be directed to use the newly-laid asphalt lanes to the far east and far west sides of main street. The middle of main street will be torn up and prepared for recon- struction. While this stage of the road construc- tion appears to present the most con- fusion'and difficulty for motorists and shoppers, Mayor Charles Gideon said SEE PAGE FOURTEEN i Address I City and Zip I | Mail to: | The Ponchatoula Times | P.O. 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