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Public invited to dredge meet To shell dredge, or not to shell dredge--that is the question. To dredge in Lakes Maurepas and Pont- chartrain involves the removal of the non-renewable resource, shell, for which there is an excellent substi- tution, limestone. At the same time, dredging endangers a vital Louisiana industry, fishing, which is based on a renewable resource. Shell dredging will be discussed at the next meeting of Save Our Lakes, a subchapter of Save Our Coast, at Mandeville High School, Wednes- day, Feb. 22 at 7:30 p.m. Especially interesting is the move Attorney General William Guste made when he recently joined five environmental groups in requesting that a halt be ordered to all dredging, until an Environmental Impact State- ment is completed. Such studies were carried out in Texas and Florida, but not Louisiana, To learn more about this vital subject, please join us February 22. It's Heart Month Staff Report Westpark Hospital is celebrating Heart Month with a World's Fair raffle to benefit the Heart Associ- ation. One dollar tickets are available at the hospital or from staff members. The winning ticket March 1 will win a World's Fair poster, framed. The poster is now on display in the modern hospital's gift shop, A message from Will "Ed" Butler Dear Friends: I was invited to attend a meeting of the Town Council on Thursday, February 9. As it turned out, the purpose of the invitation, unknown to me, was to present me with an elegant plaque with a beautiful heavy brass key--the Key to the City. Under the key was a brass plate inscribed: PRESENTED TO MR. W. E. BUTLER FOR MANY YEARS OF DEDICATED SERVICE TOTHE PONCHATOUIA COMMUNITY FROM THE CITY Of: PONCHATOULA 1984 Mayor Bonicard. in no uncertain tcrms,qet it be known this presenta- tion',zas not from the Mayor and City Council. but from the entire City of Ponchatoula Also, dunng the meeting, Mr. Joseph Singerman, President of the Ponehatoula Chamber of Com- merce, and Mr. Julian Dufreche, representing the Kiwanis Club. made substantial pledges to the Country Market for continued work on the locomotive. The Kiwanis asked that a new heavy locomotive bell be purchased with part of their gift. AI/ of this coming from the City I love and the People I love was almost more than a seventy-eight year old man could take in one night The plaque win be placed in my den next to the one l received last summer from my sixty4;ecr old children [ the Classes of 1937, 1938. 1939 and i 94 o. l I shall always be grateful to you God Bless all of you. 141. E. Butler THE PONCHATOULA TIMES FEBRUARY 16, 1984 PAGE S!X15 Springfield occupational licenses due March 31 By DUANE E. HARRIS Times Special Correspondent Time seemed to pass on electric .feet Wednesday as the Springfield Town Council's agenda focused primarily on budget resolutions as well as occupational expenditures The budget report presented before the council by Ton Clerk Betty St. Cyr reveaied that the tr occupa- tional spending is "slightly lower than normal." In review:,ng the report, the st'dy shows that the board expenditurs total only half of ha: had been allocated for as set for this fiscal year in tk, previotls seven mantes. separately in the budget report and that she recalled it being a separate item. "Toomy attention, we have bud- geted $500 to Quad Area and we have given them nothing: it's also not included on the present EPA budget ." In response, Clerk Betty St Cyr, after checking the budget records expense account has been payi' bills ever since we began u "' new uniforms." ed  The council's agenda then fac possible renewal of alcoholic " erage permits in the town limi b Applicants applying for the 'a -j beverage consumption on prern* permit include: -': ../-;/' The budget allowances allotted in revealed that this issue wasn't B&R Restaurant Spl  . Z " *" Jantiarv include $2.(/00 in retire- included inthepresent budget but in AMOCO. Wayne's Seafood rant and Threeton's Texaco ,'Stal inept. $2500 in payroll taxes and a the 1982-83 budget. The packaged beer and liqu i general experse of $597.69. Listed as a general expense, a $71.90 police uniform cleaning bill mit applicants include: c, COINIIST RUII IS asThe$3.437.06.balance as of January 31 read from The Pressing Shop in Ham- John's Curb Market, Rabbit's [i[ : 'c.:,,.,c,a,, ..... at Alderman Robert Threeton ques- mond was presented bebre the Chicken. and Springfield GraCe], a,,*G,a,,,Ce,;e tioned the board involving the council. Upon which Aldermen The council approved all apP lic' ts Dealer m Sooth'Lo,;s:ata h:i Urban Kinchen and Catherine unanimously. , en:v'nhea'so,,,o t,ea"'os :,,e C* :,c studvtransferaccount.f funds into the sewerage Barber claimed that the scheduled To conclude the meeting. hy-Outsba! ,t [o:at nyar Ref'iewing the issue of the study payments were never approved Betty St. Cyr stated that the deaU' hcpatmg Cbevrle D,aier expenditures, Mayor B. Dewey In short terms Mayor Ratcliff and for all occupational licenses.i" 2 No purchase rece;s.m. Ratcliffstated "The feasibility grant Clerk St. Cyr" pointed out that town is scheduled for March " Wi A SpeciaIMade "regardless, the board's general 3 m,nedThe ..... byne'Srandom*';il bedr:.w,ngdelef- Y(>u provided by the E,PA back in 1978 for 4 Thew,nnersw,iibedra,ron in the general account But. the [--- 1984 Oly pic .,.,,mn,, for future allocations allow for the deposits to be made into m 5. Registration deadline a separate study account. As the evro e ito its own account." t=rnes acomestan! may enter ,.oman (Catherine Barber brought up Register at , Must be , a years of age or o,d- the fact that a contribution made to ertoenter the Quad Area Community Action 80ffervo,dwhereproh,bited Agency (QACAA) wasn't listed Ross Do wn |ng 9 AHprizeswillbeawarded Sub  Shtutton Or transfer of prizes not permitted All taxes are,he Historic district resDonsbdty of the winners The judges deos,on iS fina! BAT ON ROUGE -- T he Donaldson- Chevrolet E mployees of Chevrolet Mot or ! Owision Chevrolet Dealers ViIle Historic District has been and respective aovertsmg entered officially into the National agencies are no! ehgble Register of Historic Places, accord- 10 Odds of winning wdt L' deter- ing to State' Historic Preservation SPONSORED BY Deadline for Registration ent.esm'ned by the ,ota,.ece,veO Fo.n"*"Ue O,a ,,st o, Officer Robert B DeBieux winners send a separate stamped self addressed enve- Fnixed corn mercialresidentia! char- t] tsSpm February2Oth ,o0e,o Th, :: bu,tdn d:strct has a " 85 ,,aon  ,,,,,,,, , 'ter A'thoh r)ona,dso,vlle was t " 345-12 ':  .......... ,,,, tounfed in S07, ,',,r,' !t,l,, sur,:,,es "hart,m: t t " f;kl ! ('!  !] Hwy. 51 By Pass tro,n the pre CiviI War period. Most I1...,,,.,,1111'i! I|q ! Hallloll t t of the buikling in the Regter CHEVY DEALERS ASSOCIATION a La. district were built between 1S65 and c 1930. PRIZES. REBI00NK SEE THE LARGEST SBLECIION OF COMPLETE BOAT RIGS WE'VE EVER HAD. February 25 thru March $ 9:00 till 6:00 Here's your big ch@nce to see rusn.lt you've ever wanted to k " everything we have to offer for get into boating, if you thin yo. fishing sking and all kinds of need new boating equipmen!; water sport fun, Check out our you'd like to take a look at tnt boats,our trailers, our complete whole Johnson line from sma rigs and our full line of Johnson fishing and sail boat motors to outboards Get up and go with high performance power do !} Johnson powerful, dependable before the show .'Come vi.,  Dennis Helg, George Benn arworidd efficientleader.Outboardsffom the Sondra or Gary Perry for a gr;i deal at our Johnson All Farn Y Stop in before the show & Boat Show make your choice before the NEW & ENLARGED SHOWROOM, NEW BOAT LINES , NEW SALES STAI ! NEW AND BETTER DEnS Lakeside Marine 542-0770 W. Club DeLuxe Dr. I Hammond, La. l I !