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Call Ayers now for a free information kit! 1-888-247-9245 N (LA-SCAN) A proposed update to the status of properties within the existing Ponchatoula National Register historic district and proposed expansions and contraction ofthc existing boundaries will be considered by the Louiskma State Review Committee tbii the Natkmal Register of Historic Places. One proposed expansion is bmmded roughly by North 6 , West Hickory, North Railroad Avenue. and West Pine. The second proposed expansion is on the west side of South 5 ' between East Pine and East Oak. The area of the proposed bounda, decrease is boanded roughly by West Pine, South 7 ', West Oak, and South 6 *. A map of the proposed expansions and decrease is on file with the Louisiana Division of Historic Preservation (225 219-4595L The State Revkv Committee meeting at Which the expansions and decrease will be considered will begin at 1-30 p.m. on Thumsday, November 17, 201 I, in the Meeting Roam of the Capitol Park Wdcome Center, 702 North River Road, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, The National Register of ttistoric Places. the federal goveromem,'s otlicia[ list of historic properties worthy of preservation, resuhs in die fblkwing for historic properties: I) Certain provisions of the Federal Internal Revenue Code apply which provide br a 20% investmem tax credit (ITC) w, id a hll adjustment to the basis for rehabilitating historic commercial, industriak and rental residential buildings, A fi:deral tax deduction tbr conservation purposes of partial interests in historically hnportant land areas or structures applies. (See 36 CFR 67). Further infhrmation on the tax provisions may be obtained 1"6/ writiiiiig to the address below 2} Considemtkm in planning for federal Ibderally licensed, and fed,n'ally assisted projects. The Advisor), Council on Historic Preservation must be given an opportunity to comment on all fiMerally related projects aflbcting listed properties. For furthcr infirmation see 36 CFR 800. 3) Consideration of historic values in the decision by the State or Federal government to issue a sur|tce coal-mining permit where coal is located. For further infi3rmation see CFR 700 et. seq. 4) Eligibility for Federal grams-in-aid, whenever thnds are appropriated by Congress. Owners of private properties nominated to the National Register may concur in or object to listing in accord with 36 CFR 60. Any owner or partial owner of private protxty who chooses to object to listing may submit a notarized statement certit'ing ownership and objection to listing. Each owner or partial owner of property has one vote regardlc of the portion of the property tbat the party oms. lfa majority of private prorty owners object, a proparty will not be listed, tloweg,r, the State Historic Presec, ation Officer shall submit the nomination to the Keeper of the National Register lbra determination of eligibility tbr inclusion in the National Register. 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CenturaOnline.com (LA-SCAN) To Join Us in Worship at our New St. Joseph Church MASS SCIIEDULE Monday 7 a.m. Tuesday 5:30 p.m. Wednesday 8:30 a.m. Thursday 5:30 p.m. Friday 8:30 a.m. Saturday 5 p.m. Vigil Mass Sunday 8 & 10:30 a.m. -- 5 p.m. Lifeteen Mass DEATHS DALE FRANCIS BRAUN DEPAULA Dale Francis Braun DePaula, 58, of Ponchatoula, Louisiana, passed away Friday, October 14, 2011, at her residence. She was born on Monday, Jan- uary 19, 1953, in Hammond, La. Surviving are daughter Erin DePaula, mother Ruby Braun, sister and brother-in-law, Di- ana B. and James Bankston, sister and brother-in-law, Don- na B. and Robert Townsend, brother Robbie Braun, niece Lisa K. Jackson, nephews Ja- son Kraemer, Kevin Townsend, and Ryan Townsend, great- nieces and nephews, Kraemer, Kirsten, Kerrigan, and Ken- nedy Jackson, and great-neph- ew, Hunter Townsend. Also, dear friends and loved ones, especially Cookie Drude; and the Joseph DePaula family. She is preceded in death by her father, Bobble Braun and neph- ew, Kyle Dominguez. Friends were received Mon- day, October 17, 2011 at Harry McKneely & Son Hammond. Services were later held at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Monday, October 17, 2011. Interment followed in the Pon- chatoula Cemetery Ponchatou- la, Louisiana. GEORGE THOMAS PERRIN, JR. George Thomas Perrin, Jr., 92, Ponchatoula, Louisiana, passed away Saturday, October 15, 2011, at his residence. He was born on Monday, January 6, 1919, in Ponchatoula, La., son of the late George Thomas Perrin Sr. and the late Claire Howes Perrin. Surviving are son & daughter-in-law, Larry and Judy Perrin, son & daughter-in-law, Alvin L. and Victoria Perrin, daughter, Ja- nean Perrin, daughter & son-in-law, Jeanette and Kevin Calmes, grandchildren, Justin Perrin, Timmy Wayne Perrin, grandchild and husband Kristie and Josh Yates, grandchild and husband, Tina and Thomas Torquati, grandchild, Nicholas Calmes, and six great- grandchild. He is preceded in death by wife, Hallie Iris Perrin, brothers, Ir- ving Perrin, Percy Perrin, and Elmer Perrin, sister, Thelma Perrin. Friends were be received Tuesday, October 18, 2011 Wesley Cha- pel United Methodist Church in Ponchatoula, La until religious ser- vice began. Interment followed in the Ponchatoula Cemetery Mausoleum ROY ATKINS Roy Atkins, 92, Ponchatoula, passed away Wednesday, October 12, 2011, at his residence. He was born on Sunday, March 16, 1919, in Forreston, TX son of the late Robert and Inez Atkins. He worked for Shell Oil Company and Nabisco, served in the Coast Guard during World War II, he was a member of the Masonic Lodge, a 32 degree Shriner, member of the Scottish Rite Temple and an Elder in First Presbyterian Church in Hammond, LA. He was instrumental in starting the local chapters f the Boys& Girls Club and Habitat for Humanity and 1994 was inducted in=he Ham- mond Junior Auxiliary's Hall of Fame in recognition of his eommu .... nity volunteer work. Surviving are two sons, Ronny Atkins of Albany,' LA and Gary Atkins of Seattle, WA. Two grandsons, David Atkins of Ponchatoula, LA and Nathan Atkins of Seattle, WA. Five great-grandchildren, Colleen, Blair, Bradley, Truman and Bixby Atkins also numerous nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his wife Adele Koska Atkins. Friends and Nabisco employees were invited to visit on Saturday October 15, 2011 and again on Sunday October 16, 2011 at Harry McKneely & Son Funeral Home in Hammond until services were held with Rev. Mary Cornell officiating. Interment followed in Rose Memorial Mausoleum. KERNEY "PETE" NICKENS Kerney "Pete" Nickens Age 72, a native of Hammond and resident of Pumpkin Center, passed away on Wednesday, October 12, 2011 at North Oaks Medical Center. He was a U. S. Army veteran. Pete leaves behind his wife, Bobble Nickens; a son, Kerney Nick- ens Jr., a sister, Patsy Freeman; two brothers, Perkins Nickens Jr. and Jeff Nickens and two grandsons, Joshua and Jordan Nickens. Preceding Pete in death was his parents, Perkins Sr. and Gertrude Nickens; a sister, Sherry Sanborn and a brother, Tony Nickens. The family requested visitation on Friday, October 14, 2011 and again on Saturday, October 15, 2011 in the chapel of Brandon G. Thompson Funeral Home until the funeral service time. Burial fol- lowed in the Jerusalem Baptist Church Cemetery. COLLEEN GLENNA OVERMIER Colleen Glenna Overmier, 84, Robert, Louisiana, passed away Monday, October 10, 2011, at North Oaks Medical Center. She was born on Friday, January 14, 1927, in Fort Wayne, In- diana, daughter of the late Carl Carpenter and the late Dorothy Carpenter. She was a retired post office clerk of thirty-one years in Robert, La. and owner of Robert Trade Mart since 1969. Surviving are son & daughter-in-law, Kenneth and Shirley Overmier, son & daughter-in-law, Kevin and Barbara Overmier, son & daughter-in-law, John and Elaine Overmier, daughters, Cindy Overmier, Linda Overmier, Susie Overmier, Rita Byers, daughter & son-in-law, Becky and David Byers, brother, Roger Carpenter, grandchildren, Jacob Overmier, Caleb Overmier, Zeb Overmier, Devin Overmier, Jeremy Overmier, Katie Overmier, Sabrina Lee, Chasidy Schilling, Matt Bauers, Britt Bauers, Patsy Byers, Craig Byers, and Nicole Byers, great-grandchildren, Tucker Overmier, Conner Overmier, Eli Overmier, Micaiah Lee, Gabriel Lee, Josiah Lee, Austin Schilling, Skylar Schilling, and Brittany Bauers and nu- merous nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by husband, George Overmier, sister, Gloria Courtwright, sister, Janice Crandle, brother, Daniel Carpen- ter. Friends were received Wednesday, October 12, 2011 and resumed on Thursday, October 13, 2011, until services were held in the fu- neral home chapel. Interment was in the Loranger Community Cemetery. WORSHIP AT THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOIC1 ] I McKNEELY FUNERAL I SeeYou I In Church! [ Never Fail Novena May the Sacred Hear of Jesus be praised adored and glorifie throughout the whoh world now and forever Most Sacred Heart of Je. sus, I put my trust in You Holy Mary, Mother of Je. sus, pray for me. St. The. resa, Child of Jesus, pra3 for me. St. Jude, Helpe: of Hopeless cases, pra for m e and grant this fa. vor I ask. Say this praye: 9 times a day for 9 days and publish. R.B. Join Tangi Cleans' Trash Bash! Those interested in cleani: up Tangipahoa Parish shou meet at the Tangipahoa Pari Convention & Visitors Burea 13143 Wardline Road on Sat day, October 22, 2011 9 until 11 a.m. Tangi Clean will have w ter for volunteers plus pick-t sticks, vests, gloves and tra. bags. Keep Hammond Beautit volunteers will be joining wi Tangi Clean. This activity c= be used for students who ne, service hours. Report a LITTERBE I-aSS-LIT-R-BUG (1-888-54 7284) Recycle your hazards Please mark your calenda for the next Household Ha ardous Waste Recycling Day Saturday, October 22, 2011 Zemurray Park from 8 a.m. noon, America Recycles Day. Materials accepted: Was Oil, Waste Antifreeze, Lat. and Oil Base paint, Tires (li it-5), Electronics including Au and Marine type Batteri( Fluorescent Light Bulbs, Offi equipment, TVs and Monitor, Sell or Buy Anything You Want Just $6.49 for 20 words -- Ask about Statewide Classifieds -- Call 985/386-2877 or editor@ponchatoula.com