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CLA S SIFIE!D THE PONCHATOULA TIMES, JULY 4, 1965, $EC. A. PAGE q'WO CHEVY PARTS FOR SALE Factory reconditioned parts for small block and six cylinder Chevy are guaranteed and are 75% below retail cost. 1979 Deico air conditioner compressor in excellent mechanical condition, alternators, starters, exhaust- intake manifolds, water pumps, carburetors, heads, valve covers, rims, radiators, 3 spd. man-auto. trans distributors, power steering pumps, master brake cylinders, fan assemblies. For further info. ask for Duane at 386-2877. V"', , i CAN YOU BELIEVE IT!! Sum mer's not in full swing yet & look at the high temps. Carter Heat & Air can help you thru this summer & many more. Keep your M.H. cool. Call 222-4121. Financing available. pJ4-25 i .... i mmi ELECTROLUX SALES, SERVICE AND SUPPLIES. New and repossessed vacuum cleaners. For Free home demonstration call Frank Guiffreda at 386-6878. Located only two miles south of Seventh Ward Hospital on Hwy. 51, Ponchatoula. sjfJ4,1 lbtfn OWN A LADIES OR CHIL- DRENS FASHION STORE. Our 10 year old company can help you open your own business. We supply inventory, fixtures, training, site evaluation, and airfare. Fa- mous lines include Calvin Klein, Gloria Vanderbilt, Lee, Zena, Chic, Levi, Esprit, 100's more. Purchase price $8500 to $18,400. For more information all Ed Brandt collect 405-238-5098. pswJ4 WHOLESALE LESS20%! Best flashing arrow sign. Dirt cheap! $259 complete. Free letters! Warranty. Low upkeep. Damage resistant fiberglass faces. Factory direct. Call 1(800)423-0163, any- time. pswJ4 I ......... ' ,, ,= .... L Mobile Home Insurance. insur-  " ance through FOREMOST-- Nation's largest. No restrictions- location.age-skirting. Premium financing no interest-Immediate binding. Save with COUNTRY LIVING Insurance. Call 1-800- 654-2296. Mississippi call 1- 800-831-1438. pswJ4 WANTED TO BUY: C.W., WWI, WWII, American, German, Japanese: swords, medals, uniforms, daggers, helmets, camouflage clothing, patches, flags, posters, post- cards, spikehelmets, flagpole tops, (toy soldiers). Frank Bona 1-800-343-1394. _, J27 AKC Registered Boston Terrier I0 Week Old Male First Two Shots Wormed Healthy & Playful $165 Firm 386-7804 bJ27-J4 I I , APARTMENTS FOR RENT 1 & 2 Bedroom Apts. 386-3324 r Library offers Spanish course As an extra added attraction of the 195 summer reading program, instrucln in basic Spanish will be given at Poncha- toula Branch Library during Week of July 8th.-12th at 2:30 p.m. every after- noon. Professor Ed. France of the SLU Fine Language Dept. will hold Spanish language classes during which the Alpahbet. counting, songs, and a simple vocabulary will be taught. Frank Kasprowicz parish librarian invites children of all ages to come to Poncha- toula Branch Library and learn a little Spanish. Anybody else interested in basic language instruction is welcome. THESNUFF THATTRULY LIVESUPTO Helme Tobacco Company a company ol Cutbro Corporahon New Yolk NY 10158 J Nature's Remedy. for GENTLE, OI/EPJVIGHT RELIEF OF CONSTIPATION Its natural active ingredients are so dependable you can take Nature's Remedy tonight and feel better tomorrow.  GET Next time you need a laxative, get relief FREE the Nature's Remedy way. Gently. GIFTS Overnight. FROM NATURE'S REMEDY SEE PACKAGE FOR DETAILS EX-LAX; "The Family Friend;' helps your body help itself. Ex-Lax helps get your body's own natural rhythm going again. Gently. Dependably. Overnight. That's why more families use Ex-Lax- Chocolated or Pills-than r any other brand. Make it your Family Friend. Read label and follow dimaior Ex-Lax. inc.. 1983. 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 USA. 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 Terry Ann McMahon, Office Manager Terrence McMahon, Feature Editor Advertising Account Executive Letters to the Editor Chamber gives thanks Dear Bryan, We wish to take this opportunity to personally thank you for your help in behalf of the Chamber of Commerce held during the Antique Festival. We are realizing our goals because of assistance rendered by citizens like you. Thank you very sincerely. Yours truly, Jeanne B. Zaleski President Chapman praised Mr. William F. Chapman Denham Springs, LA 70726 Dear Bill: This is to acknowledge receipt of your letter dated June 9, 1985 and the articles enclosed therewith. I certainly appreciate you and The Ponchatoula Times for writing and publishing the series of articles dealing with juvenile delinquency and other relative matters concerning children. ! would like to point out if l may, two statements which were apparently misunderstood during our conversa- tions. The juvenile laws relating to a delinquent matter affects a child until his seventeenth birthday. Once a child reaches' his seventeenth birthday, he is considered an adult in criminal matters. Concerning children in need of care, they come under juvenile court jurisdiction until their eighteenth birth- day. Your article stated eighteen and nineteen, which is in error. Please continue to write and publish any articles dealing with juveniles and children. This is one of the ways prob- lems dealing with children and children who have problems can come to the attention of the public and thus receive help and assistance in the establishment of programs for them. Very truly yours, John D. Kopfler Judge Love is a journey N'ot a destination Council on Aging changes office hours Effective July I, the Tangipahoa Voluntary Council on Aging will change hours at all area offices (Ponchatoula, Hammond Senior Center, Indepen- dence, Amite Senior Center, and Kentwood Senior Center). People needing services may call or come by Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30-12:00 and 12:30- 3:00. The main office in Amite will maintain its current office hours which are 8:30- 12:00 and 12:30-4:00. Triaminic Syrup Triaminicin Tablets or r iaminic-12 Tablets For Allergy Relief that s nothing to sneeze at. lqq DoryLaborato,leo, Dtvtea of ndoz, Inc.,Lincoln, Nraaka lI101. God does not make junk # at your local Pharmacy ,# Proud new Lions These new members of the Ponch- atoula Lions Club take the Lions oath making them official Lions. It was one of the numerous ceremon- its which took place during the installation banquet for new club ; officers and a president. Honored guests were Mayor Charles Gideon, sheriff Edward Layrisson, Wilkie Brumfleld (imedlate past governor), and Proby Smith (past district gov- ernor). i Winn Dixie Treasurer retires The largest food retailing firm in The Sunbelt, today announced the retire- ment of Waverly F. Fant as Treasurer of the company. Fant began his career with the company in 1955 and has been Treasurer since June 1983. Succeeding Fant as treasurer is David H. Bragin, 41, who has been Corp- orate Controller since 1983. A Certi- fied Public Accountant, Bragin earned his Masters degree in Business Admin- istration from the University of North Rorida, and has been employed in the company's Accounting Department since 1960. Winn-Dixie also announced that R. William Massey, has retired as New Orleans Division Manager and Vice President of the company. Massey has been with the company since Septem- ber, 1948. Lawrence J._Sadlowski, Ft. Worth Division Manager, has been designated to succeed Massev as New Orleans Division Manager. Advancing to Sadlowskfs position, is Travis D. Rasberry, Retail Operations Superin- tendent in Ft. Worth since 1982. Employed by Kimbell, Inc. in 1967, Rasberry has been with Winn-Dixie since the company's acquisition of Kimbell, in 1976. Thomas E. McDon- ald, currently serving as Charlotte Divi- sion Manager, has been elected Vice President of Winn-Dixie. Winn-Dixie directors also elected H. Stanley Wadford, 33, as Controller of the company. Wadford joined the company in 1969 in its Greenville Divi- sion retail stores. Wadford has a BS degree in Accounting from Clemson University, and formerly served in Winn-Dixie's Internal Audit Depart- ment as Acting Controller in the company's Orlando Division. orator FROM PAGE ONE Park, where the day's activities be.qin at 7 a.m., to the flagpole. City police will shut down main street from Fifth Street to Sixth Street to accommodate the crowds. MINI BLINDS Are you voting Democrat less AND ENJOYING IT MORE? FORM Ln4 (ntV. T=) APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF PARTY AFFILIATION OATE TO THE REGISTRAR OF VOTERS PARISH OF HAVING BEEN REGISTERED IN THE GIVING MY PARTY AFFILIATION AT THAT TIME AS TANG I PAHOA PRECINCT OF WARD I NOW DESIRE TO CHANGE SAID RECORD, AND HEREBY AFFILIATE MYSELF WITH REPUBL I CAH J J Clip and mail to: Tangipahoa Parish Republicans P.O. Box 2761 Hammond, LA 70404 NAME (,=m Irt) STREET CITY ZIP Please sign here (5.1GNATURE OF APPLICANT) Paid fr,i I,V lanqil)ahoa Rel.lhlica. Political Acfion (nunci|: Zil|,hid Idward,. (hair; 00SUBSCRIBE TODAY i 52 weeks for only i Enjoy Weekly News from THE PONCHA TOULA TIMES rmmmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmNmnmmmimmmmmm i m NAME m l STREET [ I CITY , STATE  ZIP i I i m Return with payment to : THE PONCHATOULA TIMl:.::i I P.O. Box 743 | |,.Orju,, tc,ij3s7_7 p,.onca, to. ula, Lom,,.__ 704=,= ..=i