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Anniversaries Birthdays Aug. 11oRichard & Debbie Hoover Aug. 13-Cecilia & Eddie Fletcher Aug. 14-Jimmy & Vivica Gonzales, Cindy & Serge Molinari, Linda & Don Sheridan Aug. 15-Dan & Darlene Fagan Aug. 16-Walter & Gina Burdett, Roger & Dottle Nelson rH / L|tl ', m I1! lib Big bites can come in little packages. Keep your.. _Pcl fenced, Ica,hcd i"  or ".....," Aug. l 1-Andrew Hoover, Johnny Berner, Jr., Nell Tilyou, Sean Daigle, Wylene DeMarco, Terri Templet, Cecil J. Hebert (In Memory) Aug. 12-Clarence Schilling, Larry Ryan, Brooke Womer, Tracey Ourso, Tiffany Arbour, Paulette Joiner, Harry Blyth, Barbara Jenkins, Jeannie Pichard Aug. 13-Andrea Anthony, Kortni Guagliardo, Harvey Kliebert, Paul Uter, Wesley R. Stromeyer, Sr., Barbara Ernest, Daria Landry, Velma Kraft, Brett Badon, Rita Berseygay, Ginny Andy Rakocy, Mike Ted Williams Aug. 14-Estelle Poche, Hiida B. Ourso, Heath Tanner, Cindy Rodri- guez, Paul Bucurel !1, Phiilip "Pouchy" Robillard Aug. 15-Zachariah Ribera, Louis "Pete" Hoover, John Howes, Terry Parent, Bo Barre', Mrs. Susie R. Eleser, M.L. Fendlason (In Mere. ory) Aug. 16-Melvin Lusk Iii, Brianne Landry, Fred Kirsch, Tim Murry, Christopher Tidwell Aug. 17-Angela Boudreaux, Terry A. Collette, Sheila Hebert, Joey Landry, Barry Bankston, Jason Michael Byers, Carol Vitter, Darren Michael Hill Jr. EX-LAX, "The Family Friend|' helps your body help itself. Ex-Lax helps gel your bxiy' own natural rhylhm going again. Gently Dependably Overnight. That's why more thmilies use Ex-Lax--- Ch('olated or Pills-than , ,.:., any, other brand. Make ,i - " ' L ' " [  ' ' ' [ : 7 X"_,.. i it your F:amily Friend  .. # Read [al''t a.d tolh  dwcctm r( [X-J.a.X, 11. I() , TriaminicSyrup Triaminicin  Tablets or Triaminic-12 Tablets For Allergy Relief that s nothing to sneeze at. IQ8{ Dotty [iotafortes Dtvlo o{ Sodo: Irtr [ moln Nebra*k 68501 it's a 'snap' to hold him hack ... 72"L,2:,:' ..... SHERIFF S OFFICE Notice to Bidders The Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Office is offering for sale a lot of eight used automobiles. Bids will be received in the sheriff's office at the parish courthouse in Amite, or can be mailed to Sheriff (bid for car sale), P.O. Box 727, Amite, La. 70422. All bids must be sealed, and will be received until Friday, August 19, 1983 at 10 a.m. at which time the bids will be opened in the sheriff's office. The bids should be on the following autos and must include the appropriate Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) as listed below: ---One 1979 Ford Granada, VIN 9W82F222036. ---One 1979 Ford Granada, VIN 9W82F221673. ---One 1979 Ford Granada, VIN 9W82F222032. ---One 1979 Ford Granada, VIN 9W82F222040. ---One 1979 Ford Granada, VIN 9W82F222033. ---One 1979 Ford Granada, VIN 9W82F222029. ---One 1979 Ford Granada, VIN 9W82F221670. ---One 1979 Ford Granada, VIN 9W82F222034. All of these vehicles have more than 70,000 miles and are surplused from service with the sheriff's office. To inspect the vehicles contact Steve Gureasko, maintenance supervisor, Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Auto Shop. Ponchatoula, 386-4013. The sheriff reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Authority: J. Edward Layrisson, sheriff For the convenience of my Ponchatoula, Springfield, Bedico, Robert, Hammond & Albany clients Please take note of my direct dial number to my Amite office 542-0403 Joseph H. Simpson Attorney at Law P.O. Box 1017 Amlte,. La. ,!; , w [] IN GOD WE MUST TRUST THE PR 0 VIDER By SHORTFELLOW BULLICK How on earth do you think we would survive if God didn't provide to keep all life alive He gives us each day with the sun so bright and a refreshing rest, which follows by night Did you ever stop to think who put it up there or the breezes that blow and pro- duces our air God knew what was needed for all things that live and all these things needed, he so graciously gives He puts you here with a mind of your own and provides a place that each calls his home The lumber from trees, or bricks from the clay all provided by God in his most lovable way All through the ages man has be- lieved in Him but keeps on committing to his world of sin So all bow your head and offer your prayer to the God Almighty that will always be there. Belated Birthday August 9 Luke LeBlanc P.J. Wheat seeks re-election William "Bill" Wheat Sr. announces his candidacy for re-election for District 9 Police Juror. Wheat has served as a full-time police juror for the past four years and plans to continue in this role if re-elected. "'My wish is to listen to the peoples' needs and serve you as best as possible. I will always be available to the people of District 9 and throughout the parish, and ready to work with you to solve our problems" Wheat is currently serving as Presi- dent of the Drainage Board and Vice-President of the Tangipahoa Parish Police Jury. He is-also chair- man of the Bridge Construction Committee and is very proud of his efforts to bring new bridges to the parish. Wheat announces the addi- tion of 12 new bridges already ap- proved, including two in District 9 now under contract. There is a lot of hard work to be done for District 9 and Tangipahoa Parish and I am confident that with your help we can solve many of the problems that arise. FOWLER WORRIED ABOUT REAPPORTIONMENT PROBLEMS IN 1983 GUBERNATORIAL ELECTION BATON ROUGE --- Problems oc- curring because of reapportionment at the local level has Commissioner  of Elections Jerry Fowler worried about the 1983 gubernatorial elec- tion. "At the present time there are several parishes in the state in which the police jury, parish council or justice of the peace and constable reapportionment plans are still pend- ing United States Justice Depart- ment approval," Fowler explained. Caddo, Madison. St. Helena. and St. Mary parishes are under restrain- ing orders on their police jury or parish council elections pending further developments. Some par- ishes are qualifying candidates either under the old plan because the new reapportionment plan has not been approved or under the new plan which is still pending approval. The police jury or parish council reapportionment plans also affect the election of the parish executive committees, both democratic and republican. Except in Jefferson and Orleans parishes, the law provides that committee members are elected the same as members of the parish governing authority. Orleans parish committee has their election a the City of New Orleans municipal election. Numerous changes have occurred in wards, districts, and precinct lines because of reapportionment. These changes affect all offices not elected parishwide. "Several of the registrars of voters in the state are in the process of updating their registration records according to the new reapportion- ment plans," Fowler added. In addi- tion, the Louisiana state senate and house of representatives will have their first election under their new reapportionment plan. The demo- cratic and republican state central committees will also be elected from the new house of representatives districts. "My office is redoubling its efforts to minimize any problems and confu- sion that may occur on election day because of reapportionment changes by working closely with local offi- cials," Fowler concluded. iPIE PUINHA i UUi.. 1 lP'll: SLU prof studies genetics at Harva New advances in molecular biology and genetics may have a revolution- ary impact on society in the near future, according to a SLU microbi- ologist. E,h', Ed'vard Nelson, an SLJ2kprofes- sor who recently completed a cOurse at the Harvard Medical School on "Microbial and Molecular Genetics: Biotechnical Advances." believes that portions of plant, animal or human cells taken for the purpose of developing new bacteria could have a variety of economic, health and medical influences on society Nelson gained most of his informa- tion from the study, attended by over 150 physicians and Ph Ds from throughout the United States, in- cluding Dr, David Baltimore. a Nobel Prize winner in medicine. Southeastern funded Nelson's partic- ipation through a Title III grant received by the university, part of which is to upgrade science instruc- tion. "Genetic engineering is here and the impact of the technique on society is certain to be great.'" Nelson said. Nelson reported that most of the work being clone involves taking genes, or DNA pieces from plant, animal or human cells, inserting them into a vector, or another piece of DNA called a virus, and using this virus to carry the DNA into a bacterium. The bacteria which then carry the foreign DNA will produce large amounts of the protein that the gene codes for. "'The process has already been used with some human products that are used in medical treatment, such as insulin, interferon and growth hor- mone." Nelson said. "'By producing these oroducts in bacteria, the cost should be greatly reduced. In the near future, many more new advan- ces in molecular biology and prod- ucts will be synthezied in this way." There are many other potential uses for the findings in the genetics field. Some scientists are working on pro- ducing new types of bacteria which will fix nitrogen and make the soil more fertile without the addition of expensive fertilizer, which could have a tremendous impact on world food production. Other microorganisms developed to degrade tants and screen for compounds. "In the area of medicine, someday see vaccines for such as gonnorhea, he and even the common to these new technic said. "'Also. human and cancer will be easier nose '" Nelson said that there potential dangers new techniques. ly being conducted under trois because of fear that substances, accidentally the laboratory, could cause an epidemic. BRANCH-DANIELS, IN General Insurance PHONE: 386-9987 165 Charlie Branch Jr. p o Owner " " 165 E. PINE The Ponchatoula Ti CHURCH DIRECTORY All Saints Episcopal Church W. Hickory&N 7thStreet Rev. Paul Gray Holy Communion 9a.m. Sunday Oldest Church in Ponchatoula Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church Esterbrook Rd Ponchatoula Bible Study 10a.m. Morning Worship 1 la.m. French Corner Baptist Church Teel Road Bible Study 9:45 Morning Worship 1 la.m. Miiiville Baptist Church 635 W. McClellan Rev. Stanley Sunday 9:45 ? Sunday School 9:45 - 11 Bedico Baptist Church (SBC) Hwy. 22 in Bedico Rev. Lester Hill Sunday School 10a.m. Worship Service 11a.m. Prayer Service Wed. 7:30p.m. First Presbyterian Church 197 S. 4th St. Rev Anderson Bible Study 9:45 Morning Worship 1 la.m. Wadesboro Baptist Church Wadesboro, La. Rev James Wall Bible Study 9:45a.m. Morning Worship 1 la.m. United Methodist Lee's Landing Methodist Church Morning Worship 9:30a.m. Sunday Bible Study lO:30a.m. First United Methodist East Pine St. SundayMorningWorship 1 la.m. SundayBibleStudy 9:45a.m. Tasker Memorial AME Zion Church Rev Albert Young Morning Worship 11a.m. Manchac Baptist M Rev. James C. Sunday Service 9:45a.m. & lla.m" Bible Study 6:30p.' First Baptis E. Pine Street Dr. William Pruitt Bible Study 9: Morning Worship Jesus Name Holiness Yokum Road Sunday Service 10 Night Service Wed. 7:30 Sat. 7:30 Rev Glen C HenSO St Joseph C 330 W. Pine Fr. Dan Davies Vigil Mass Sat. Sun.Mass 7,' Daily Masses 7a.O" Mon.-Fri. 9:15a.#" SHERMAN'S GLASS & RADIATOR 157 E. Pine Street 386-8852 DR. CHARLES GIDEON BYARD "PECK" EDWARDS WHITEY'S MEAT CENTER 159 E. Pine St. 386-3661 DAWNELLA'S- DANCE STUDIO 386-3282 240 S. 8th St. Dr. Call 386-2877 for this space TINY--T NURSERY & PR ESCJ:I' 225 8th St. 386-8891 or CC&S PLUMBII6 345-5656 Call 386.2877 for this space HAMMOND 00QUARE SHO-PPING CENTER THOMAJ FUNERAL