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OCIETY bridge resumes having disbanded for the months, the Tuesday After- Club met this past Tuesday J.S. Vaughan. delicious luncheon was served, followed by the Bridge games. Prizewinners were Mrs. W.D. Trellue, Mrs. M.J. Schanzbach and Mrs. Carl Cullom. Ambulance pleased with drive last minute surge Friday, gave Acadian its sixteenth successful drive. Based on reports banks and expectations from applications which will be received 'the weekend, company officials the drive "a complete )orate Secretary-Treasurer Zuschlag said that as of late 126,312 family or individual had been received. That is 97 percent of the goal of 130,000 with a large volume of applications still uncounted, Zuschlag said. "Because of economic conditions in Louisiana," he said, "we were probably more appre- hensive about the outcome of this drive than we've ever been before. The apprehension continued well into the final day, when the massive surge began. During the final 24 hours of the campaign, we recorded approximately 20,000 applications. That s a new record," he said. A seminar addressing cur- rent methods of weight ..reduction and behavior modification. CPR taught to 5th graders FI grackn at Vinmrd ElmnLmtary learned more than Just reading, writing and arithmetic. They learned how to =ave a life, thank= to fire- fighter Steve Wells of the Hammond Fire Department. As a Red Cro representative Wells wu fully qualified to tpeh cxlrrlin r)l,lm.,18 rnusci. tation (CPR) techniquc to students in Mr=. Becky Wells class. Posing with their teacher and the fireman were studentJ Dempsey Smith, Carla Hehu,r, Byron Caldwell, and Kerrie Gladney. (Times Photo) Shop At Home -- Buy USA IG HT LOSS MINAR Dr. Merdll O. Hines, Dr. F. Jefferson Liner, Jr. and Dr. James L. Nelson will speak on surgical alternatives in weight loss in- cluding gastroplasty and balloon insertion. A Physician From The Practice Of: Dr. Mark Tllyou and Dr. John A. Walker, Jr. will speak on protein-sparing, modified diets such as Optlfast. A Physician From The Practice Of: Dr. M!chael A. Dunn and Dr. Stephen M. Waldo j and Dr. K. Lance Caulfleld, Dr. David E. Gaudin and Dr. Nicholas C. Stevens will speak on medical complicatioas of obesity such as hypertension, diabetes and orthopedic problems as well as pharmaceutical approaches to weight loss. Mary Lynne Black, R.D., and Catherine Wall, R.D. will speak on behavior modification and weight loss. I)ebble Fernandez, M.S.W. will speak on psychological factors and behavior modification. THE PONCHATOULA TIMES, SEPTEMBER 11, 1986,SEC. A., PAGE THREE Doug Sarro, Physical Therapist will speak on exerclse physiology. IIII IIIII II IIII Wednesday, 7 pm September 10, 1986 AMI Westpark Community Hospital-Classroom For more information call 542.7777 Ext. 308 MI, Westp0000.,ok,.00.C2.00mm2Unity Hospital NASA to visit Champ Cooper Students attending Champ Cooper School (K-8) will get a special treat this  year, and actually become involved in the space program. A two-week pilot program in aero- space education will not only take the students to NASA's National Space Technology Laboratories (NSTL), but will also include a visit to the school by aerospace education specialists and lunar samples returned from the Apollo 15 mission. After receiving instruction in propul- sion, orbital mechanics, aerodynamics, celestial navigation, and life support systems, the students will design space furniture and build a space station mock-up. The best design of each will be selected and displayed in the NSTL Visitor's Center. A field trip is planned for week two to the NSTL Visitor's Center, and will feature programs designed especially for each grade level. These programs will be followed up by a tour of the Space Shuttle Test Complex where all of NASA s shuttle flight engines are test fired before being sent to the Kennedy Space Center in Florida to be launched. A tour of the Hall of Achievements is also scheduled. One exhibit is the Apollo 4 command module. Highlighted at the school for the month of September will be a NASA Career Opportunities exhibit which outliqes various fields available within the NASA job structure. Students from all over the United States are invited to submit ideas for shuttle experiments. Although the shuttle is grounded until 1988, students at Champ Cooper will be encouraged to design and submit an experiment for considera- tion. Schools and groups requiring addi- tional information and NASA educa- tional opportunities contact the NSTL Teacher Resource Center at (601) 688- 3338. For tours call (601) 688-2370. IT'S A GIRU Area Births Craig Mary Frances Craig was bon..u:32 August 27 weighino. ' pounds, 13 ounces, measurhg ' :hes, in New Orleans. She is the daughter of Mrs. Sally Lighffoot Craig and C. Michael Craig of Dunson Road, Ponchatoula. The mother is the owner of Craig Communi- cations. The baby's father is'president of Greenwood Gardens Inc. Paternal grandparents are Chandler R. Craig of New Orleans and the late Suzanne Phebus. Maternal grandparents are Claude Clark Ltghtfoot and Marche Ann Bourgeois Lightfoot of New Orleans. Mary Frances was greeted upon her arrival home by brother Gary, 8, and sister Caltltn, 5. Pevey IT'S A GIRU baby for David and Jeanette Pevey of Ponchatoula. Lauren Nicole Pevey was born at Paternalgrandparents are Oresta and 8:50 a.m. Monday at Seventh Ward Reggie Pevey. 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