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Four generations of Krafts generations of Krafts are in this pose: Craig Kraft, his Kenneth Kraft, Great Grand- Valley "Cotton" Kraft holding Keaton Kraft. The Kraft family is linked by time and history to the Wades- boro area, part of the larger com- munity of German-Americans and Alsatians who settled to the west of Ponchatoula. (Photo Courtesy of Valley Kraft) local men arrested for burglary Sheriffs Report deputies arrested two men on burglary charges weekend, according to reports. with burglary of a residence Street, Ponchatoula were: Glen 28, 160 West St., Ponchatoula James Wilson, 24,660 S. First St., Teachers Louisiana School Board Associ- is working in cooperation with the Federation of Teachers (of the local TFT is a part) on a clay of protest which would for day shut down all schools in the so workers could camp out on the of the Governor's Mansion and their protest to the Legislature the according to Flanagan. the school board decides not to our plan, to wait and see if Legislature restores the education and they gamble wrong, the is not restored, then the least can do is shorten the school year Ponchatoula. They were arrested Friday afternoon by detectives Mike Sticker and Larry Westmoreland in connection with a burglary which occurred Wednesday of this past week. Taken in that burglary was an undeter- mined amount of cash in the form of change in a large glass jar, detectives said. "FROM PAGE FOUR Under our budget system this would have to happen anyway. The schools will have to shut clown when the money runs out," said the local union presi- dent. Asked by The Times if the 8g energy money being turned over to the state by the federal government for the purpose of education (as mandated recently by voters) could not be used to keep the schools open, Flanagan replied that the money can only be legally used for new programs, intended to lift the state's last place educational system out of its historic dismal showing. She said the money cannot legally be spent to bail out what already exists in the way of Sendour Servicemen a Gift Subscription to The Ponchatoula Times for Vz price. $5" in Parish $6" elsewhere Enjoy Weekly News THE PONCHATOULA TIMES, OCTOBER 23, 1986, PAGE THIPTEEN Ponchatoula Gators dominate Walker 16-0 By MARGIE LESSARD Times Reporter Walker won the toss. Jonathan Boughman kicked to Ponchatoula Gators. Rocky Rakocy took the ball to the 43 yard line. Ist down, Heath Lavigne carried to the 50 yard line. 2nd down, Brad Mizzell was stopped on his 46 yard line. 3rd down, pass to Stanley Brown, incomplete. 4th down, Steve Perrin kicked, taken by Chad Gross on 24, gained 3 yards. 1st down, 5 yard penalty - personal foul back to 23 yard line. 2nd down, Ken Murry handed off to Chad Gross for 6 yards to 29. 3rd down, pass broken up by Heath Lavigne. 4th down, Ken Murry on a keeper, tackled by Clay Thompson. Ball goes to Gators. 1st down, Steven Perrin handed off to Chuck Milton, fumbled, recovered by Vance Luberville of Renegades. 1st down, Ken Murry passed to Mike Isble, incomplete. 2nd down, Ken Murry passed to Mike Isble, incomplete. 3rd down, Mike lsble fumbled on the 30 yard line and Jason Castle recovered for Renegades. 4th down, Renegades kicked. Kevin Martin took the ball to the 40 yard line. 1st down, Steven Pert'in passed to Heath Lavigne, incomplete. 2rid down, pass broken up by John Britton. 3rd down, Heath Lavigne caught the pass from Steven Perrin to the 49 yard line. 3rd down, Steven Perrin to Stanley Brown, incomplete. 4th down, Steven Perrin completes pass to Stanley Brown but he didn't make enough yards for a 1st down - end of quarter. 2ND QUARTER Renegades Ken Murry carried the ball and was tackled by Steven Pert'in on the 43 yard line. 2nd down, Ken Murry passes to Chad Gross, complete for a 6 yard gain. 3rd down, Steven Perrin and Darrell Dominguez tackled Chad Gross for a loss on the 32 yard line. 4th down, pass from Ken Murry to Byron Watson broken up by Rocky Rakocy. Gators take the ball. Brett Pinion passed to Bobby Smith. He was tackled on the 45 yard line by Robbie Gray for 2 yards. 2nd down, Jason Wagner carried to the 49 yard line tackled by Blake Gilmore. Fake punt, Gators threw the pass incomplete. Renegades take over. Henry Bellows' pass was intercepted by Tony Nicholas. 1st down, Steven Perrin threw a pass for a 1st down, incomplete. 2nd down, Steven Perdn on a keeper. He makes a 1st down to the 30 yard line. 2nd down, Steven Perrin's pass to Stanley Brown is complete on the 9 yard line. 2nd down. Steven Perrin passed to Heath Lavigne. He gained about a yard. 3rd down, Steven'Perrinkeeps, but cou|d not cro goal line. There was an offside penalty. 2nd down, Steven attempted a pass to Scott Price, incomplete. A penalty on Gators - 5 yards offside. 4th down, Steven Perrin sacked on 15 yard line by Jonathan Boughman. Renegades ball - Ken Murry carried for no gain. 2nd down, Ken Murry could not get out of the end zone, safety for the Gators. He was tackled by Clay Thompson and Willie McCrory. Gators get the ball on the 50 yard line. Heath Lavigne took the ball from center, passed to Jason Wagner, incomplete. 2nd down, offsides, Renegades give Gators the ball on the 30 yard line. Steven Perrtn passed to Dewyen Ford complete for a 1st down. 1st and 10, Steven Perrin passed to Heath Lavigne, complete. He ran it to the 1 yard line. 2nd down and SENIOR CITIZENS goal, Renegades stopped Gators on the Help them "t STUDENTS 1 yard line to the end haft. Gators - 2, t - keep up w, h MEMBERS OF THE Renegades- 0. he news from home. U.S. ARMED FORCES 386-2877 1/2 PRICE, 3RD QUARTER Renegades kick taken on the 40 yard • .,.,,,,,lmm-,,m----mmmmmmmmm"mmmmmmmmmm line by Rocky Rakocy to the 35 yard I line. 2nd down, Steven Perrin passes to NAME II Scott Price incomplete. 3rd down, STREET ZIP II Steven Perrin carried last yards to 49. 4th down, Brad Mizzell carried for no CITY .... STATE   I I gain. Ball goes over to Renegades. Return with payment tO: I 1st down, Chad Gross carried to the 42 yard line. He was tackled by Steven THE PONCHATOULA TIMES | Perrin but a face mask penalty against P. 0. Box 743 i Renegades brings ball to the 37 yard Ponchatoula, La. 70454 | line. 2nd down, ineligible receiver down II field, loss of 10 yards to the 27. 3rd mmm' mmmmm'mm'mmm'm'''mmmmmmmmmmm" down, Ken Murry carried the ball and was tackled by Steven Perdn on the 33 yard line. Rocky Rakocy and Kayce Wallace stopped Ken Murry on the 30 For the convenience yard line, a loss of 3 yards. 4th down, Tim Braud carried and fumbled, of my Ponchatoula, recoveredbyStevenPerrin. 1st down, Steven Perrin passed to Stanley Brown, incomplete. Steven b,, Perrin passed to Heath Lavigne, incom- AI .ny , Springfield, plete. 3rddown, HeathLavignecarried but penalty, ineligible man on field. A Bedlco, Robert, and personalfoulonRenegades. 4thdown, Steven Perdn to Scott Price, touch- Hammond chents... ,o.° .to,, 10, Renegades- 0, ona 16 yard pass. The extra point was good. Rocky Rakocy kicked offside. Ken Murry took the ball and was tackled on Please note the direct dial the 48 yard line by Clay Thompson and Chuck Milton. 2nd down, Mike lsble number to my Amite office fumbled. Steven Perrin recovered on the 48 yard line. 1st down, Gators, Steven Perrin 542 0403 passed to Stanley Brown from the 50 yard line. He scored. The extra point as no good. Gators - 16, Renegades- JOSEPH SIMPSON "StevenPerrinkicks°fft°Renegades" Chris Spencer took the ball to the 30 yard line. 1st down, Chad Gross carried the ball Amite, La. Attorney At L' Box 1017 to the 42 for a 1st down. 2nd down, Brett Pinion tackled Chad Gross for a loss to the 32 yard line. Derek Boudreaux carried for no gain. He was tackled by Clay Thompson and Rocky Rakocy. 4th down, Blake Gilmore carried, he dropped the ball on the 30 yard line. Scott Henderson recovered. 1st down, Steven Perrin threw to Kevtn Martin, Incomplete. 2nd down, penalty on Gators, to 15 yard line, unsportsmanship conduct. Jake Kirkland kicked for Gators. Jonathan Boughman carried and was tackled on the 48 yard line. He was tackled by Rocky Rakocy, 2nd down, Ken Murry carried for 6 yards. He was tackled by Heath Lavigne. 3rd down, the ball was centered too high by Mike Isble. A loss to the 23 yard line. A personal foul and face mask gave ball to the Renegades on the 45 yard line. 1st down, Jonathan Boughman passes to Darren Talley, incomplete. 2nd down, Jonathan Boughman passes to Mike lsble, incomplete. 3rd down, Jonathan Boughman passes to Tim Braud, incomplete. 4th down, Chad Gross carried, ran out of bounds by Steven Perrln.- Gators get the ball. 1st down, Trey Hatorn passes to Terry Hall, to Stanley Brown, incomplete. 2nd down, Steven'Perrin's pass was intended for Tony Nicholas. It was intercepted by Chad Gross on the 20 yard line. He ran it back 25 yards, tackled by Bobby Smith. Clay Thompson and Kalley Wallace. 1st down, Jonathan Boughman passes to Mike lsble, lnterce0ted by Darrell Dominguez. Gators' ball on the 48 yard line. Rocky Rakocy carried to the 28 yard line for a Ist down. 1st down, Gators lined up wrong, 5 yard penalty. Steven Perdn hands off to Rocky Rakocy. He ran for a 1st down. 1st and 10, Steven Perrin passes to Brett Pinion to the 24 yard line. 2rid down, Steven Perrin to Heath Lavlgne, incomplete. 3rd down, ball on the 25 yard line. Steven Perrin's pass to Scott Price is incomplete. 4th down, Rocky Rakocy carried but he didn't make enough yards for a 1st down. Ball goes over to the Renegades on the 19 yard line. Ken Murry passes to Chad Gross and the clock runs out. Gators win 16- 0. AW SHUCKS HALLOWEEN BASH WEEKEND Friday October 3 1 Music By: Deja Vu 9pm-lam 00Cost.mecontest00 $3 cover I - 12 O'clock -Ji / - .......... ",, 1 oo 1st prize  ;,/,, -'i'i:  '  T-shirts and Posters ' i To be given away November 1st SIRENS 9-1 $ 3 c o v e r ° RUSTY'S CAFE 105 W. Pine St. Now Open for Business Open 4 A.M. .r Commuter Breakfasts ! 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