St. Mary and Franklin Banner-Tribune from Franklin, Louisiana on January 9, 1986 · 7
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St. Mary and Franklin Banner-Tribune from Franklin, Louisiana · 7

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The Franklin Banner, Thursday, January 9, MWfi, PAGF ED AB M1 C Whatever you hove to sell, we cart help you sell it faster. For Classified In formation CallGeri at 828-3706 CLASSIF TO making ideas One of the most lucrative marketi in today's publishing f if Id it in newsletter!. It'ii one of the fastest growing business in the U.S. Mure than 100,000 different newsletters are now in circulation with one for nearly any imaginable interest. Subjects range from a giant oil corporation's house organ or an insider's investment-tip weekly to PTA or church newsletters. Howard Penn Hudson, veteran editor, is author of "Publishing Newsletters". Wherevpr there is a specialized, identifiable interest group there's a newsletter market The potential is immense, according to Hiiw.nd Penn Hudson, an expert in the field, who's jum written ;t book on the subject. Entitled Publishing Si ws'ettcrs, it's a complete glide of "how to's" for those who'd like to start a newsletter or for the experienced who'd like to do it even better. A person can make a comfortable living by publishing one or two newsletters, says Hudson. However, he cautions, it's plenty of work and takes a lot of expertise. One successful formula he cites is the combination of a journalist and a business-wise type as an editor publisher team, sharing the work and the profits fifty-fifty. San Tome and Principe The Democratic Republic of Sao Tome and Principe was established in l'JK4 and consists of 89,(XX! people on two islands in the (lull of Guinea, alHiut 125 miles off the coast of West Central Africa The islands are part of an extinct volcano chain and are covered with lush forests and crop lands 1 W March of Dimes Grantee Uses Ultrasound To Find and Treat Fetal Heart Defects An infant who appears perfectly normal at birth may hae a serious heart defect, one that only a cardiologist might be able to detect before it causes trouble. W hile treatment is possible for even the most serious heart malformations, many newborns die beloie birth because their conditions worsen too rapidly to permit diagnosis and treatment. Some babies die before birth because their hearts, although normally formed, beat too fast and fail. Research sponsored by the March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation at Yale University Medical School is changing that. The nation's first fetal cardiac assessment and treatment program is using ultrasound to detect heart problems while the high-risk fetus is still in the womb. With early diagnosis, treatment can begin immediately after birth and in some cases even sooner. The program is directed by Charles Kleinman, M.D., associate professor of pediatrics. Dr. K leinman's team is one of only a few with expertise in using ultrasound to examine the fetal heart, its structure, blood flow, and even the motions of its tiny valves. Ultrasound diagnosis uses high-frequency, inaudible sound waves to examine structures and movements deep inside the body, including those of the fetus and its internal organs. As the waves come into contact with hard and soft tissue, bones, and organs, a pattern is produced on a video screen which doctors can then interpret. urn .ii"iiinTiiiiiimiiriiiiriiiii.ii"ii 35 Years Of Marshall Much of Austria'! industry after World War II was rebuilt through the aid of the Marshall Plan, which channeled almost one billion dollars into the Austrian economy. One project made possible by the Plan was the Ybbs-Persenbeug hydroelectric power project (above) which harnesses power from the Danube River. CONSIDERED A METAL HOOF? Our company specializes in metal roofs and sheet metal needs for KESIDK.NTI AM OMMEIU I ,. INDl'STRIAL Pl'RPO.NKS. Why not give us a call for jour FREE ESTIMATE, and the numerous advantages with having a METAL ROOK. METAL FAB SHEET METAL P.O. Box 2B72 Morgan City. La. TlCWl 3IH) 923-7II2 (DeWavne) "Mi :wt -99IH ( Ans. Serv.) Get more mileage for your money with new Competitive-Rate U.S. Savings Bonds Now offering you: I xu'llenl market based rales Guaranteed minimum return Maximum security . . . and as always, YOU choose how much to save in the easy f'avroll Savings Bonds can lake vou where you want r Maximum security 2 U.S. Savings mcrioiWn I lo go. k Funded by a March of Dimes research grant, Dr. Charles kleinman has perfected a method of detecting fetal heart defects. I'ltrasound diagnosis use high frequency sound waves to transmit a "picture" of the tin) organ's struc ture, blood flow, and the motion of its vulves. As the rale and direction of blood flow in the heart changes, so docs the frequency of echoes measured by ultrasound. Evaluating individual changes in these echoes is what Dr. Kleinman's research is all about. Should the ultrasound examination find a malformation of the fetal heart that is, a structural defect medical or surgical intervention immediately after birth may be necessary to treat the problem. If the defect is functional for example, if the heart is anatomically normal yet it is beating too fast or too slowly medication may be used successfully. Such medication can be administered through the mother's bloodstream even before the baby is born. More than 2,000 women at risk of having a baby with a iirin iiiiiiiiimiiriii Plan Aid To Austria 7 At Nf...... ( y a- J" ft , 1 lo M &H Is 111 ' I In ' ' Bonds to save! heart defect have participated in the March of Dimes-sponsored program since 1983. Women most likely to qualify include those who already have children with heart defects, or were born with a birth defect themselves, these exposed to certain therapeutic drugs, and diabetics and alcoholics. Since nearly one percent of all babies is born with a heart problem of some kind, Dr. Kleinman's pioneering studies are expected to add a new dimension to prevention and treatment of congenital heart defects at medical centers throughout the country. This type of work is central to the mission of the March of Dimes, which fights birth defects through research, medical services, and education. DRIVING If You Are Drinking, THE ARMY HAS YEAR-ROUND SUMMER JOBS. You iJn work during htnh vh-Nti r,ir rnurul in the Arrnv Ki-vrr V'U trfkt- sour ,hoiiir t kill tT,iitunii .tcr two summer tm Armv p' .itid cati uver $- M' Yuu cmi ; tcdiiv income during; xhtl bv vrvinn nrn; su'ekrtui a month plu twi t weelcs J vp.ir lor alu.ihle summer job elririHe ijllviurArmvRrxrrvr RrprrsenMnve iti the Yellow. IW-s under Rfcruititisf ' ARMY RESERVE. BE All YOU CAN BE. Legal Notice ASSESSOR'S OFFICE PARISH OF ST. MARY SPECIFICATIONS The St. Mary Parish's Assessor Office will receive sealed bids until January 16, 1W6, at 1.00 P.M. at their office, 2nd Floor, Courthouse Building, for the following: ONE (I) lilKfi FOl'R DOOR SEDAN Grand Marquis, Olds 98, Buick Electra, Chrysler New Yorker, to meet the following specifications: t-r Wheelbase: Not less than 114 inches Engine: Not less than 5 0 Liter 302 CID V-8 Transmission: Automatic four speed overdrive Steering: Power Brakes: Power Front Disc Color; White Optional Equipment: Auto, temp air conditioner, Auto, on off, delay headlamp switch, HD battery, bumper guards and rub strips, front and rear, digital clock, cornering lamps, complete tinted glass, illuminated visor vanity mirror, RH remote mirror, body side moulding, power antenna, power door locks, split front seat, 6 way power seats, both sides, power w indows, AM FM Stereo radio cassette, speed control, tilt steering wheel, conventional spare tire, white wall tires, color keyed floor mats, door edge guards, interval wipers, power trunk lid release, warning light cluster, light group including engine compartment light, dual beam map lights, instrument panel courtesy lights, headlamps on warning buzzer, trunk lights. Trade In: 1984 4 Dr, Chrysler Fifth Avenue may be seen on parking lot at the Courthouse Building in Franklin, Louisiana. January 7-8-9. 1!H6 The Chitimacha Tribe is now accepting applications-resumes for the position of Curriculum-Teacher Trainer for ESEA Title VII Bilingual Education Project at the Chitimacha Day School in Charenton, Louisiana. Qualifications: Louisiana Certification desired. Teaching experience in field of bilingual-bicultural program at university or elementary-secondary, level. Preference given to qualified applicants with demonstrated sensitivity to the Native American culture. Basic knowledge regarding computers and application in the classroom. Responsibilities: Researching and developing curriculum Chitimacha-Native American materials. Serving as a trainer model for instructional personnel to demonstrate bilingual-bicultural materials. You may mail your application-resume to: Larry Burgess, Chairman Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana P.O. Box 661 Charenton, La. 70523 Deadline: Friday, January 17, IHKSatnoon. When water falls The importance of the earth's waterfalls are determined by several factors. These are height volume of flow, crest width, whether the water drops sheerly or over a sloping surface, and in leap or a succession of leaps. A series of low waterfalls is known as a cascade. The Ukraine is the most densely populated area of the Soviet republics. 1. Special Notices CAJUN FLEA MARKET LOTS OF NEW ITEMS Hwy 90 East New Iberia Open Thursday thru Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m Sundays 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. 364-9540 Photo Express (behind Sears) 828-4444 1 Hour Serv ice on 110, 126, 135 and Disc Offering 3' 2 x 5, 4x6 or 5x7 Glossy or Matte Your pictures are our main business We Sell Balloons 10. Services Offered Raymonds MOUSE Painting. Interior-Exterior. Call Raymond Frederick 923-7247. ADAMS GENERA! STORE Open 7 days a week SHINERS WORMS Aiso: GARFISH CATFISH 1506 Willow St. K2X-2161 CAROLE'S CORNER. Various Size I DOODIE ART POSTERS Westside Shopping Village 828-4977 CIIAUVIN'S BODY SHOP 60 h on WINDSHIELDS OFF Insurance Claims ,.T Accepieo ISOHPineSt. noil nmf 10. Services Offered H. Clements. Painting 82$-5587. PECOT'S ELECTRICAL Licensed and Bonded 828-1331 BUYING OK SELLING Terry Gaudet NOTARY PUBLIC at RAY GROSS MOTORS 828-1170 KING CRAWFISH Open Daily 4p.m.to9p.m. TAKE OCT ORDERS ONLY 1505 Main Street 828-2416 R-J's NURSERY Now Offering Landscaping and Lawn, Maintenance Service 1605 Main Street 828-0614 FENCES WOOD AND .W:-M CHAIN LINK fMM FENCING RJ's IGREEN ACRES NURSERY FREE ESTIMATES -' MARTIN'S INCOME TAX SERVICE S.A. (Butch) Martin, Preparer Qualified-Experienced 905 Omega St. 828-0712 RECORD YOUR WEDDING ON VCR for T.V. Watching By an experienced camera Operator using Profes- ional equipment. Reasonable Prices For more information call 828-1643 DAYCARE SERVICES By the hour, day, week, or month. 7 a.m. to6 p.m. Ages 6 weeks to 12 years. Planned Program Nutritious Meals. State Licensed. DISCOVERY DAY CARE 922 Third Street 828-4502 WOULD YOU You Can Buy a 1986 Caprice from NORWOOD CHEVROLET for $10,995.00 With Air Conditioning, tinted glass, automatic transmission, power brakes, power steering, body side mounting, wheel opening, molding, remote control mirror, speed and cruise control, comfort tilt steering wheel, white steel belted radials. All season tires. NORWOOD CHEVROLET Hwy 182 West ' 828-5520 10. Services Offered win DO housework. 828-1338. WILL PICK up scrap metal, buy, cut and haul. Call 504-631-3243. TORREY BUILDERS OF FRANKLIN For All Your Building Needs 1 828-7178 11. Help Wanted Texas on company needs mature person for short trips surrounding Franklin. Contact customers. We train. Write P.O. Dickerson, Pres., Southwestern Petroleum, Box 789, ft. Worth, Texas 76101. 16. Apts. For Rent 2 furnished apartments. For more information call 828-3862. 2 bedroom mobile home. ' Furnished. $100 deposit. rent $200 per month. Call 828-4581. 2 BEDROOM TRAILER. Furnished, washer and dryer. $190 rent. Security deposit. Call 828-3917 after 5p.m. 2 bedroom apartment. Refrigerator, ranee. At dishwasher, a-c, carpet,- patios, washatena. Located by quiet Bayou Teche setting. $300. Call 828-1658. 18. Houses for Rent 2 or 3 bedroom, 1 bath unfurnished houses. Call 828-0598 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. COMPLETELY UNFURNISHED, 1 bedroom, carpeted. $185 monthly, $185 deposit. Call 828-1880 between 9 and 5 p.m. and after 828-0574 after 5 p.m. 1 BEDROOM house. Furnished, $75 deposit. $140 per month. Call 828-4581. 28. For Sale lr fiberglass Hull with 115 HP Evinrude and trailer. 828-4556. 12 HP WISCONSIN motor, 307 Shortblock Chevy engine. All new parts. 828-4556. 10 24 Beauty Shop. $7,700. Fully equipped. 923-6830. 21 FT. Wellcraft fantailand (2) 70 HP Johnson motors. For more information call 828-4063. STEREO AMFM plus 8 track lope player with 4 speakers. Very good condition. S65.00. Call 923-7829 or 923 4311. BELIEVE???? 28, For Sole new 12-VOLT Battery, $30; 2 Baby Mattresses, both $20; Gas stove, $30; Gas heater, $15; New Hoover Vacuum Cleaner, $45; Can be seen at 1213 Weber St. Apt. B. SOFA FOR sale. 828-4433. 2 BEDROOM HOUSEBOAT with 16x40 barge, kitchen, living room and bath. Also another generator and barge extra. RCA 25" Color TV, $200. JVC house stereo, $500. Call 828-0600 or 836-5654. . 34. Want to Buy I WOULD like to buy an electric piano. Call 828-3706 for Gary. wanted: 30-31 Ford model (A) motor and parts call 828-2153. 38. Bus. Opportunity DALE'S FLORIST and Gift Shop being offered for sale. 1 For information call 1-504-384-5932. Dale Fungue. LOUNGE FOR sale. Call 828-1333 or 828-2376. 40. Houses for Sale LOVELY VICTORIAN home located in historical district. Consisting of 2 or 3 bedrooms, living, dining room, 1 bath and kitchen, Call 828-2362 after 5 p.m. A great buy! 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1440 sq. ft.jpovible home with utility room,' dishwasher, garage, r.. disposal, range, 2 ceiling fans, Carrier central air and heat, vinyl siding, front porch with swing. Delivered to your lot for under $300 per month. No money down if you own your own property. 9 percent interest available. Call Bruce or Ham at 893-,4685. 3 BR, 2 ba. Extra clean l'j story, 102 Cedarwood, Franklin (Eastwood Subdivision) Call collect for appointment (318 ) 367-9569 after 6 p.m. The best quality con--' structed movible home in Acadiana. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths complete. Move to' your lot for under $250 a month. No money down if you own your own lot. 9 percent interest available. .Call Matt 893-4663. 41. Lots for Sale BY OWNER: 190 X 461 (Lot No. 13-A) in Cypremort Acre Subdivision. Off Hwy 318, $18,000. Call 828-0134. 49. Mobile Homes 2 BEDROOM, mobile home. Fully furnished. $3800 or $300 and take up notes. 828-5831. repos 2 and 3 bedrooms. $99 down. Call 367-9226 or 233-2418. Gulf Coast Mobile Homes. NEW 1984, (14 X 80), 3 bedroom, 2 bath, $173.66 per month. Call 367-9226 or 233-2418. Gulf Coast Mobile Homes. 50. Used Cars-TrtHu 1979 C IO Chevy pickup truck. Fiberglass bass boat, 15 foot with custom trailer. 115 HP Johnson motor. Both in excelllent condition. Call 828-1585 after 5 p.m. 19X2 Buick LaSabre State Station Wagon 1 OWNER 22,000 miles Power Windows, Door Locks, Seats, Cruise Control, AM-FM Radio-Cassette, , Ber.iful condition. NORWOOD , t. CHEVROLET ' 1 Franklin 828-5520 or 1-800-228-1761

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