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CL A S S IFIE E) Sheriff&apos;s Department NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Tangipahoa Parish Sheriffs Office is seeking sealed bids on a tractor and attachment for the sheriff's Office. Sealed bids should be delivered or mailed in accordance with law to the Sheriffs Office, P.O. Box 727, Amite, La. 70422 and marked "Tractor bid for Oct. 19" bid opening. Bids will be received until I0 a.m. Friday, Oct. 19 at which time, bids will be opened at the Sheriffs Office, Amite. Bids are sought on the following equipment: ---One diesel tractor, minimum 25 engine horse power, minimum 22 P.T.O. horse power, 18.9 draw-bar horse power minimum, 78.2 cubic inch engine displacement or comparable, water cooled, three cylinder in-line engine preferred, wet cylinder liners, sliding gear transmission with eight forward and two reverse gears, shipping weight of 2,500 pounds or less, engine speed rated at 2,600 rpm or comparable. ---One bush-hog attachment for above listed tractor, five-foot coverage, stump jumper and slip clutch features. M-5 Woods model of rotary cutter or comparable. Sheriff reserves the right to reject any or all bids Authority; Sheriff J. Edward Layrisson BRIDES FALL SPECIAL FREE 16x20 COLOR PORTRAIT With Wedding Album Order! DAVID WALKER STUDIOS Have expanded and we now offer our wedding photography service in this area. Please call 345-0243 for details and prices. bSI3-N29 HELP WANTED $60.00 PER HUNDRED PAID for processing mail at home! Information, send self- addressed, stamped envelope. Associates, Box 95, Roseile, New Jersey 07203. bO4-N22 HOUSE FOR SALE HOUSE FOR SALE City Limits of Ponchatoula Phon545 "- bO4tfn Anderson named to trial lawyers' board of directors Tom Anderson, Hammond attorney, was recently elected to the Louisiana Trial Lawyers Association's Board of Governors at the annual convention held in San Francisco, California. Anderson has served on the Board of Governors from the Sixth Congress- ional District for two previous terms. He has now been elected to serve as a governor-at-large for the State of Louisiana. Publish in the Sept. 27, Oct. 4, 11 editions of The Ponchatoula Times New psychiatric hosptial opens FOR SALE FOUR LARGE GAS SPACE ROOM HEATERS 386-2877 HELP WANTED Secretary needed to work 35 hours a week. Must type at least 65 wpm. Salary scale $4.47 to $5.08 an hour, depending on experience. Send resume to: P.O. Box 1801 Hammond, La. 70404 bOll HELP WANTED Federal, State & Civil Service jobs no available in your area. Call 119)-569-8304 for info. 24 hrs. pO11,18,25 TOWN-HOUSES FOR RENT New 2 B.R. Luxury Town- Houses. All Electric. Full Kitchen. 1 t/= Bath. 386-9988 U.S. Pm  STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION Re4uird by 39 U, S C 36851 1 A, TITLE OF PUBLICATION The Poochatoula Times 3 FREQUENCY OF ISSUE Weekly I 52 15 1/13 4, COMPLETE MAI LING ADDRESS OF KNOWN OFFICE OF PUBLICATION (Street. City, County, State aP.d ZIP Code) {Not ptnfm) ](7 East Pine, Pohatola, Tanipahoa Parish, Louisiana, 704540743 5 < OMPLETE MAt LING  DOtESS OF THE HEADQUARTERS OF GENERAL BUSINESS OFFICES OF THE PUBLISHER (Nos' #.Jlee I 167 East Pine, Ponchatoulaf Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana, 704540743 .L I-'/F S AN O C OOMP L E T E_M ',..OR"O .... GING EDITOR (711 ..... .U=NO,lbn.J Bzsan T. AcHahon, iost Ofice Box 743, :67 Eas. Pne, Ponchatoula,i Ita. 70&54 ! b'an T. 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[AL OISTR IBUTION (Sum of C a.O D) 1 c ] ? ] 8 7 5 F, COPIES NOT DISTRIBUTED HSA Greenbrier Hospital, Covington's new private neuropsychiatric hospital, was dedicated Saturday night, and opened to the public on Sunday, October 7. Located on Highway 21, one-half mile north of 1-12, the modern 42,000 square foot hospital facility offers comprehensive neuropsychiatric services to adults and adolescents. The 56-bed hospital opened for patients Monday, October 8. Greenbrier Hospital is built on 12 acres of beautifully wooded property offering a spacious, yet private environment for its patients. Dorsey W. Dysart, M.D., founder of new HSA Greenbrier Hospital, will serve as its medical director. William J. Van Veen, M.D. will serve as Greenbrier's medical director for Adult Proqrams. Sidewalk FROM PAGE ONE a new sidewalk on the north and south side of the first block of West Pine was not everything it first appeared to be when promised. The local project engineer had indicated the sidewalk funds could be used to form a base for a new herringbone style brick sidewalk on both sides of the historic downtown district street. Gideon later learned that the state was really onl willing to put in a standard concrete walk, and that wasn't the rest of the bad news. Instead of replacing Ponchatoula's wide and spacious 16 foot sidewalks, the state intends only to provide a four foot wide strip of concrete, said the mayor, who explained that he and the lawmakers representing this area were going to go for full sidewalks, if not the brick walks originally hoped-for. Teacher FROM PAGE ONE Already over 150 orders have been taken in the community for the 1985 Greenback, about 50 short of the total needed in sales to make the project a success, said Mrs. Zabbia. Exhibiting the kind of tenaciousness and artistic spirit that catapulted her to high honors among ffer fellow educators, Mrs. Zabbia says the ongoing yearbook project is taking much more of her attention than even the Teacher of the Year award. Though there is still time enough to imagine what it would be like to capture on her canvas scenes of the earth from outer space, and how one would raise such a notion in conversation in the HSA Greenbrier Hospital's administrator is William T. Nolan, MBA, Ph.D. Ann Winkel, Ponchatoula. Louisiana, is the Community Liaison Director of Covington's new hospital. BethAnn Coombs, New Orleans, is Greenbrier's Director of Nursing. Additional clinical staff are Deborah Allison, Program Director, Adult Services, John Schleuss, Manager, Adolescent Services, Joal Russell. RT.. Recreational Therapist, and Virginia Woods, RT., Recreational Therapist. HSA Greenbrier Hospital is owned and operated by Healthcare Services of America, Inc., a Birmingham. Alabama based psychiatric hospital development company. The company owns and operates 18 psychiatric hospitals or chemical dependence units nationwide. In addition, Healthcare Services of America had several facilities under construction and 11 in the developmental stage. Council FROM PAGE ONE presented a proposal by landscape architect Hansen Austin for beautifying Memorial Park. Pepitone said: "The architect will use existing trees and shrubs and will add other plants throughout the park." He said : "The Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival Board had allocated $2,000 for improvements in the park where the festival is held." "I hope I haven't jumped the gun on this," Mayor Gideon told Pepitone: "we should still have about $1,200 of the $2,000 left for landscaping, rm also looking into getting a federal grant for the project. 'q met with board member Leo Dean and Steve Pugh recently at the park because the two were asking what could the festival board do to improve the park. So i decided on a vandalproof water fountain," Gideon said. "They said 'order it, and the board will pay for it."' After a brief discussion about placing trees within the playing field area and northwest quadrant of the grounds. "The plan could.., alleviate these problems," Pepitone said. "The city should take bids on the landscaping project." In other action Pepitone reported he had noticed a trailer moved onto property on North Seventh street near Barringer Drive. The mayor say he will send someone to investigate. Police Chief Ernest Peltier recommended the hiring of ex- policeman Tommy Richardson to replace Michael Foster on the police THE PONCHATOULA TIMES OCTOBER 11, 1984 MOBILE TRAILER LOT TRAILER LOT FOR SALE East of Ponchatoula Phone 386-3545 Tragic shot claims boy Summer's not gone yet.' days and nights are still !. Carter Heat and Air help t your Mobile Home. Call at 504-222-4121. available. Mother asks to stop shotgun Sheriffs Report Charges of aggravated assaul and criminal damage to p filed by the mother of man suspected of firing a a family residence and dows from his mother's Rigdell Road off La. 22 Ponchatoula. Booked on the was David W. Harrison, 22, t. 159 Dunson Road, was booked by deputies Tim Gerald Barron and Pete Hugh at about 9 p.m. bO4tfn Sheriff's Report A two-year-old boy was killed Satur- day when a pistol he was being shown by an l l-year-old discharged striking him in the chest, according to sheriff's deputies. Dead-on-arrival at Pike Memorial Hospital in Kentwood Saturday morn- ing was Tommy S]ocum. 2, La. 38 West, Kentwood, the sor, of Betty and James SIocum. The child was being baby sat for by a friend of the parents in a trailer on La. 38 east when the son of the baby sitter took a pistol from a gun rack and was showing it to the child when it dis- charged. The sitter had stepped outside for a few minutes at the time of the incident, according to statements to deputies. The child was rushed to the hospital but was no longer living, hospital officials said. The shooting occurred at about 9:35 a.m. Saturday, reports show. Sell Something - Call 386-210071 THESNUFF THATTRULY LIVESUPTO VALUE CORNER Helme Tobacco Company a compn af Culbro Cotporahon Ne York N 1O158 EX-LAX, "The Family Friend," helps your body help itself. Ex-Lax helps get your body's own natural rhythm going again. Gently Dependably. Overnight. That's why more families um Ex-Lax- Chocolated or Pills-than - .._ it your Family Friend. Read lal and foikm, du'eio Ex4.ax, Inc.. 1993. FOR DIE SMILE OF HEALTH. Triaminic  Sergeant's 'i" ........ N A,,,, O__ O Rose Garden. force. / G. 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