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 - One of the greatest needs In St. Bernard...
One of the greatest needs In St. Bernard Bernard at present Is a light ordinance which will probably be enacted at the next meeting of the police Jury by request of leading citizens. The danger of vehicles traveling at night without lights was demonstrated time and agalu and parish lawmakers will act favorably on the petition for the light ordinance. St. Bernard seems to be considered an ideal spot even by the unfortunates afflicted with mental derangement. In the past few days qutte a number of Insane Insane people were found wandering about tn the pariah, and had to be escorted home or to the lockup by the officers. The taxpayers of St. Bernard are prompt in settling with Sheriff Nunez. At least. If not all, some are, as Is evidenced evidenced by the many calls this popular official is receiving from property owners. Sheriff Nunez has been very busy at his office 1n th courthouse collecting taxes, and the rush wil last until after to-day, to-day, to-day, when taxpayers who shall not have squared up will become delinquents. Adolph Barrosse, of Algiers, is the guest of his grand daughter, Mrs. Louis Beucler. Mrs. C. Dldier, of Marksvllle, Avoyelles parish. Is visiting relatives at Delacroix. Mrs. C. Beucler, of this city, has returned returned from a few days' sojourn In lower St. Bernard, the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Orfila Guerra. Nat Kent returned - on Tuesday from Kentwood, La., whither he had gone to attend the funeral of bis younger brother, Fluker. Mrs. John Dolhonde. of New Orleans. Is spending some time with relatives in the First ward. Will E. Dillard, irtio went to Bay St Louis to spend Christmas, returned, on Tnesday. ' . r

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  1. The Times-Picayune,
  2. 31 Dec 1896, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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