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il i ? + unity Center Happenings LeSAICHERRE II WAY four week session of the by the Department July 25 and will August 16. a free Senior Citizen that meets M W F 10 to 10:30 that can Grosch teaches a pool M W F from 10 to City Pool. are taught in the 9 to 10 for Interne- ages 8 to 14 and for non-swimmers from are still openings in you could pay $2.50 g classes to be two week classes will 5. for one more infant in the night class to 8 p.m. The registra- and the child must be by an adult, preferably can swim free on Fridays from 5 to 6 as reserved for Sen.ior Citi- at that time. is from 2 to 5 on Thursday, Friday many times available Pool can be rented for is a $25 rental hour and a gate $1 per child under 12 ,2 and over. Since the mg soon come in and for your own private a two hour workshop candle wicking taught July 26 from 7 to 9 weeks (8 lessons) ught on Tuesday and at the Jaycee Larry Rice is the and would try to work you to register late at a per lesson. AT NIGHT Community Cen- on-going exercise pro- and Thursday to 6:45. is a full hour work out to music taught by Dixie Hawkins. It includes warm up, building to peak cardi-vascular activity, floor exer- cises, cooling down the heart and toning muscles. You buy a $12 to $36 coupon that is punched each time you attend, this means you do not lose money when you are absent. Registration is taken before class. You may come in on a Tuesday or Thursday night and exercise free to see if you want to join this group. Call 386-3867 for further informa- tion. REGISTER NOW FOR SOCCER The Ponchatoula Recreation De- partment is working with the state affiliated South Tangi Soccer Asso- ciation to register for Soccer this fall. Registration is now going on at the Ponchatoula Community Center and will end on Saturday, August 27. Any boy or girl between the ages of 6 to 16 is eligible. The registration fee covers insurance, uniforms, and dues. Barbara Wagner, Community Cen- ter representative, and interested parent was recently appointed to the 1983-84 Soccer Board. We are advised by the board that there are already enough youth playing soccer with South Tangi to form at least two local teams. The South Tangi Youth Soccer board of directors believes this is the way to get our own local soccer program going and they have pledged us 4heir help and cooperation until our program can stand on its own. We are confident that the youth from the Ponchatoula area already playing soccer and those interested, that could practice and play if it were in Ponchatoula, will be enough in number to form our own teams. Come in and register now or call our office at 386-3867 for further information. IN VOLLEYBALL Ladies Volleyball: Our ladies 7 team league plays on Monday nights with the first game beginning at 7. Presently Go For It has a 15-0 record. Challengers has the second best record with 10 wins and 5 losses. In this week's 7 game Challengers will play So Whats. The 8 game should be a good one when the evenly matched Reckless Traffic meets Central Progressive Bank. Gordon Traylor Signettes play "Fancy footwmk" Gideon Chiropractic Clinic at 8. This ladies league will finish up on August 8 and then will re-organize for their fall league. If you are interested in joining our fall volley- ball league begin now to get your team together. You may have 15 on your roster and the registration fee is $65. This comes to a little over $4 per team member. Pick up a roster at the Ponchatoula Community Center or call in and let us mail you one. Have fun and get exercise by play- ing volleyball this fall. B League Volleyball: There are 11 teams in this league. Citizens Finance is way out in front with 9 wins and no losses. No Name and Wadesboro are tied for the second place spot each with a 7-2 record. Close behind is a newcomer to the league, Wolfe Lumber with a 6-3 record. At 7 this week Wainwright Realty PONCHATOULA will play Late Startes while Wades- bore and Wolfe Lumber will be battling it out on the other Court. At 8 two teams with the same record, Chinese Bandits and Ponchatoula Volunteers, will play. On the other Court will be Laser Beams and Eddie Layrisson Wildcats.-The" 9 game should be a good one when Citizens Finance meets No Name. A League Volleyball: In this seven team league WW. WoodCrafling is out in front with 11 wins. Citizens Bank is second with 9 wins. Tied for the third place spot is Kentucky Fried Chicken and Family each with six wins. "A" league will not play Thursday July 28, but will resume again August 4. "A" league will have play offs on August 25 and will then be re-orga- nizing for the fall season. "A" league plays on Thursday nights. Remem- ber 15 people to a roster for $65. HIGH SCHOOL BAND BOOSTER CLUB SPONSORS COOKIES SALE Ponchatoula High School Band Booster Club are sponsoring a Stouf- fer's Cookies sale to raise the re- maining $8,000 needed for new band uniforms. The sale is now underway and will continue through August 15. The Band Director John Babin and Principal A.J. Bodker also an- nounced that the band Is invited to perform at the USL-Tulane game in the Super Dome, October 16. THE PONCHATOULA TIMES AUGUST 11,1983 PAGE NINE Snow Country's fall cuisine The Plaza Restaurant is ;mknowledged for its grace- tful ambiance and fine din- ing. Set amidst a virtual winter wonderland in Cop- per Mountain, Colorado, this skiing resort magically transcends the seasons with. summer painting the moun- tainous terrain a deep, lush, green, and fall speckling the landscape with color. It's against this setting that Jeff M. Zeiken and Bradley J. Dunn perform their culinary wizardry. As the two chefs responsible for The Plaza's year-round cuisine, these young men are constantly developing their craft. Mr. Zeiken's efforts were recently honored, and his county award-winn/ng "Sole Bannero" (Dover .Sole with Fresh Bananas) is m constant demand by cus- tomers. Thus, we recommend you try the elegant, succu- lent recipes prepared by Mr. Ziken and Mr. Dunn. The entree and dessert are beau- tiful to behold and seem to disappear rather quickly. So warm up the season with a hot dish, courtesy of The Plaza Restaurant and Finlandia Vodka. FINLANDIA SHRIMP FLAMBI 2 Ibs. shrimp 4 oz. clarified butter or oil 3 tbs. shredded coconut 3 oz. Finlandia Vodka 4 oz. tangerine juice Grated rind of two tangerines 3 tangerine, skinned and sectioned 1 to 2 tbs. brown sugar 2 oz. heavy cream Saut shrimp in hot oil or butter until red. Add coco- nut and brown slightly. Add Finlandia Vodka, flamb until vodka is re- duced by half. Add tangerine Suit. e, grated rind and tangerine sections. Cook until re- duced by 6. Add brown sugar and cream. Lower heat and cook until sauce begins to thicken. Serve over rice. KAMIKAZE PIE CRUMB CRUST 1% cup graham cracker crumbs 1 tbs. brown sugar 1 tbs. honey cup sliced almonds (optional) 2 oz. softened sweet butter FILLING 5 eggs separated cup granulated sugar cup fresh lime juice Finely grated rind of 2 limes % teaspoon salt cup Flnlandia Vodka Pre-heat oven to 350"F. Separate eggs, put whites aside. Place egg yolks into a small mixing bowl with cup sugar. Beat for five min- utes at high speed, or until mixture is very pale and thick. On low speed, add fresh lime juice and Finlandia Vodka, while scraping the sides of the mixing bowl, until just mixed. Put mixture in tap'of a double boiler. Scrape the sides to prevent sticking. Continue this until mix- ture holds to awooden spoon (approximate|y 170- 180F). In a small mixing bowl, beat egg whites and salt at high speed until soft peaks are formed. At this time, turn the mixer down to low speed and add remaining cup sugar until just mixed. When the yolk/lime/ vodka meringue is cooled to room temperature, gently fold the mixture until evenly mixed. Turn the filling into pie shells and freeze for approx- imately 1 to 2 hours or un- til pie is frozen. Garnish with fresh whipped cream and straw- berries (optional). Pie will keep in the freezer for three weeks. THE PLAZA RESTAURANT in Copper Mountain, Colo- rado, produces Sulrh appetizers, entrees and desserts that are as bountiful as they are beautiful. Above (from left) Chefs Jeff M. Zeiken and Bradley J. Dunn dinplay several re- cent creations, each utflizin 8 F'mlandia Vodka em an inKredi. ent. Vodka has recently been discovered to be an exeellent additive that complement+ many recinee. The first police force in America consisted of a "Rattle Watch" of eight men, established in the colony of New Amsterdam in 1658. OPEN 24 HOURS 7 DAYS A WEEK quet & Meeting rooms available at no charge ASK ABOUT DETAILS RESTAURANT PmENCH G41JtlAN HAWAIIAN PALESTINI SWIDNSH APIq Ike, NANA BLINTZ IU/mERRY PEACH STIWIERY IqtCAN BUCEWMEAT COIN POTATO PIACH PANCAKES A full service family restaurant Tltbemukeremmdefrememmqdwd Ne prepmd mizes e me Tender Buttermilk P*ncekes, ipped Butter end Hot Syrup ..................................................... 2.111 Dollor Btormilk Pancakes, 8 Dollnr Size Cakes .......  IS Dollor Size Cokes ....... 3.SS Three. Penceket, Topped witk rewrries end French zmd-#e ............................................... LI] Golden Ikown Pancake Served with Lemon Wedge el Powdered Sugar ..................................... ).g45 of Pieuepple w,th Otnnga Suzette Topping ......................................................................... Z.gS T1.'en Pancakes Rolled with Sour Cream end llreedy .................................................................. 1.9S Three Pancakes Served with Lingeaborry Iluflor ......................................................................... .9S L.rge Gormen Pancake with Apple end Oreaga Suzette ............................................................ 4.]S Blel of Tree Ripened ]+neeas end Rick Buttermilk Softer ..........................................................  IS Tl.'ea Peecekes with Cottegn Chease, Sour Cream eed Cke.;es ............................................. 4J Mellow Bhmllrry Pancakes with Plump Oregon Sluel)erry CompoSn ..................................... LIHi Three Fresck Peecakes Filled w;th Sliced Peaches end Powdered Sugor .................................. L9S Three Freack PeKekes Filled w;th Str*wbnrries, Powdered Sugor ...................................... L'S Full of l;ch Crkp Pecans ....................................................................................... 2.9S Im Yeesty Pencekes, Whipped Butter end Hot Syrup .......................................... 2,S S Sto Corn Penc*kwi. Ahipped lltter end Hat Syrup ............................................ ]S Deliclous Potato Pancakes with Bacon and Ap#esece ......................................................... 3.S A GJdea Rrows Buttermilk Pancake. Topped with Sliced Peaches end Powdered Sugar ......... ].9S IqU[NCN TOAST ....................................................................................... IS Plain Suttor on Request I I  IN A , 3 Sottorm*lk Pancakes wi Link Sausage I Inside , Blank ................................................................................... L$S WAFFLES STIAWIIIIIY Le es t Strewb4mrles Rieged with Henln of Whipped Cream ................................................. ].9S Sormd witk Plump  Blborry C4mpe ..................................................................... Z.IS r.ell  Ri cr Pec+es ................................................................................................................   Inside end on Top ........................................................................................ Tll  SEced Peeck, Powdered silor ..................................................................... OMELETTES Orders Served with 3 Dellor-size Sottormilk Pancakes or Toast Three  with Ckopped Mushrooms ................................... 3.445 11m,e Eggs wi oppod  So,r e, ................................................................................ )B WIISIIIN T1,'ee  wffh Diced Gram Pe1,r. O,ms +ed Sates ......................................................... 3al, S SPANISH Tt.ree F4 Cropped ,, Diced Gre Pel-, TeW Spenisk Soece. " ]AS Tm    Hem ............................................................................................................ )AS I Three Eg   Pk,n ef kcen ........................................................................................... 3S IMI! 11ee Eg vk crmy C;kea .................................................................................................... 2.911 CNIJ  Eggs. Green Poppo,  eed  ................................................................................ B.&| IrlON l"kree f:gga, Socon, Hmm end Omnce ....................................................................................... 4.1S WlnAY mlrtlltASt mmt, t  a Je,,, .--., r.d ---- oasllm t hqm a b,m, m w | IId Ilia Itmmb md CMho .......................................................................................... il TIFFIN INN SPECIALS U. L CHOICII liB Ptrl flll, Ileked Po+eto, Tossed Salad, French Breed .............................. 11lS BI.ADED VEAL CU11.ET, Mushroom Seucs. Hash Brown Potetees, French Breed ............. 62S HAWAIIAN STEAK SPECIAL A Thick Slice of Hem, S*rved w;tk Grilled Pinenpple R;ng, Hesh Brown Po*toes, French Breed .............. 6JS CUT POB.K CHOPS, Hash Brown Potatoes, Tossed reen Soled, Choice of Dresslng ....... 6.4| FRIED JUMBO SHIIIIdP wlth ockteil Sauce, French Fries, Tossed Seled, Freoch 8reed .......... B.7S ONE DOZEN OYSTERS, fench Fries, Soled, French Breed ....................................................... 6.9S HAL/: DOZBN OYSTSLS, French Fries, S*Jed0 French Bread ....................................................... ],9S STIA & EGGS ............................................. &7S [ ON| HALF SOUTHERN 1=RilED CHICKEN w;th Sp;*d Applesauce, Fr*ncK Fries, Tess*dsoled ........................................... J.9 J FOR CHILDREN UNDER 10 YEARS OF AGE V4 Spring Chicken, French Fries end Mi)k ]S SANDWICHES DELUXR HAMBUIt4Jt, Served on Ssseme Seed SOn. GoLden French Fried Potetoes with Gere;sk ....... 1.711 CHEI[SEBURJL. Served on Sesame Soed Bun w;th French Fr;es ......................................... ,lJ TIIqqN INN CLUB SANDWICH, H*m end Choese with Crisp Bacon, Tomatoes, Lettuce, Potato Ck;in or Frnech Fries ...................................... 4JS G4ULLJ[D CHI[I[S Sliced Tangy American Cheese, Grilled to * Golden Brown, Garnish, PoCeto Chips .............................................. |.IS BACON & TOMATO, Fresh Sliced Tometo with Strips of |aces, Crispy Lettuce, Poteto Chtps .+ .7S SALADS FRESH |ISP CHI[Im$ SALAD BOWL. Tossed Green Salad with Julienmt Strips of Hem, SItarp Chesse, Tente Wedges, So;led Egg, Coice of Dressing ............................................. 3,91 OTI'AGE CHINSl SALAD, Fresh Smell Curd Ct**ga Chee* wh lMep#* R|s. C, onm i)res ............................................... ;.+ 1.411 E. Villa Rome Plaza Hwl;. $1 8. Bypass Hammond, La. 542-16S5 ERW Inc. Richard Williams President JUICES FRUITS Grapefruit ....... 3S- .6B Hill Grapefruit ....... 8S Tomato ............. 35 - .7S Melons {|n leases| .. .g Otenge ............. SS - .?S AHppbseuce ............... 6S Apple Juice ..... 3S- .6S Prunes ....................... 7S Prune Juice ........ 3S-.BS IleeenSl end Creem I,IS ' FROM THE GRILL All Orders Served w;th Toast or 3 Doll*r-size Buttermilk Pancakes HAM & EGGS, Two Eqgs witK Thick Slice of H,m 3.3S SAUSAGE & EGGS, Two Eggs with Choicn of Country or Link Sausage ................ 3.3S BACON & EGGS, Two Eggs *nd Socon 3.35 CANADIAN BACON w;th Two Eggs, Any Style, Hash Browm Potatoes ................................. 3.95 ONE PORK CHOP & ES .................................. 3,3 CUBED HAM & SCRAMBLED EGGS. Two Eggs. Tempered with Crees end Tiny Cubes of Ham 3.1S ORDER OF TWO EGGS (as you llke them) witK 3 Dollar Size Buttermilk P*ecnkes or To*st 1.9S SIDE ORDERS C6nedien Bacon ......................... .................... 2.10 Sausage--Link or Country ..................................... 1.4S ll*on .................................................................. 1.4S Hem ........................................................... I.SS O1 Pork Chop .............................................. I.SS Buttermilk Penceke--3 Doll*r Sit* ...................... gs Eggs (Any Styl*l---One Egg ..... SS T a ggs .... 1.00 Hesh Brown Pof*toes ..................................... QS Stack of To.st Iw;th PresorvesJ ........................ 9S Gits ....................................................................... ] S Tossed SoI*d ........................................................ 1.26 Soked Pot*to ......................................... ................. 1.00 CEREALS Assorted Dry Cereals ............................................. 1.2S w;th Benenes ................................................... 1.4 Creem of WKeet or Ostmeel ................................ 1,2S BEVERAGES Ikormilk ......... 4S - .7S M;Ik ................. BB - .8S I'let Ckecolet* ......... S0 Iced T* * ................. $0 Coffee {with Meal) .3B Coce Cola ......... Sonke ......................... B0 L*mede .............. 8S Cotton Only ............ 10 14o Tee ................... 7B JUNIOR PLAT! 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