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Gonzales, Louisiana
June 26, 1926     Gonzales Weekly Citizen
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June 26, 1926

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For The Comnmnity With The Connnunity "V OLUME VI. h "E 1l ~r ZA'J ES, LOUISIANA' SATIrRD'kY, .JUNE ,O, 192G MUST FIGHT TRANSFERS MADE I AT COURTHOUSE PEAT SESQUI STADIUM OPENED AT PHILADELPHIA DURING WEEK The following prol)erty trangrers were recorded in the Clerk's Office durir~the past week. ,WIIlC,. (?~ " Lo'" Sav,)ia Glorioso end others to ~P.Zen~a Savoia. wife of Sam Gla- rloso." ,~e uI)per portional part of lot 68 in Sq. No. 2. in Donald~mvjlle. Ascension, La., fronting on RaP:day ~+ Avenue. and, well known as the ~ ten per) Restaurant for the price an(~" ellnquent ,ta~ due by $4,000. cash. Mrs. Alcee Mollere to Mary '~|!d~e8 et als. Lot 1 2-3 Sq. 30 at the corner of Bridge and Pine Street for the sum of $L5~. In re Succession Joseph J. Bullion' a Writ of possession was issued plac- ing his son Raymond Bullion in pos- session of all and anykind the deceased left. Such as 30 acres tn towns~aip 8 SR. 3 East. Alexander S. Crawford and Law-t renee Noel to Robert F. Foy of the parish of Orleans, The upper portion of the Crescent Plantation containing 264.06 a ores more or less, being in Sq. 96. 97. 98, 100 and 101. in Tp. 11 RS.' 14 E.. SED of Lb. West of ttm River. This sale is made aud accepted for ~0,(X)O. Brass~t I ?Edwd Wright to Schnyter P. A lot of 60 by 120 feet on the Com- munity Road in Sntoke Bend. First{ Ward of Ascension. For the price of The giant arena in the centre of the Sesqul-Centen- nial IRternational Exposition site In Philadelphia wan built in approximately 300 working days. It was com- pleted and in use a month before the opening of the bi~ exposition which celebrates the 150'-h anniversary of the slgnlug of the Declaration-of Independence. This photO- graph, made from tt:e air, shows P, early 3.000 boys on 1'hole by AEI,O ,gervice CorporatiOn. claus on May 1 which formally opened the structure. In the stands are s,:ated 10,000 persons watching the pro- gram. A group of 10.000 persons is a !arge crowd but they are only a "drop in the bucket" in the big Philadel- phia stadium. Th~ boys paraded onto the field to the accompaniment of fourteen bands and there went through their drill~ and a~hletic exercises for the benefit of city IS ORGANIZED THE CANE BORER LEON GAUTREAU POST NO. gt AMERICAN SUtiAR CANE LEA(;kE TIlE AMERICAN LEGION TAEES OF U. S. A. INCORi'ORATED 17 MEMBERS 407 Carandelel Sh'eet To the Sll~ar Iq.qnr+,r,e .r I.,mi~i:Unl : Last Nllll(la}l, Jllne 111+ l)t~llllrtlnenl I wish to i,t/llililOlld to the t':ll'll+'8,~ (~ontnllillder : Jal~'as ('ll:qserly+ lleeolu- ~ideralion of i,Vel'.\ +-;iPL, ir plaltt~;`. panled by 1)cparti~.PlffAdj,ltant ; lal'g+* or small the Iltt.~'th ~- e++ t+:, ~:larence J. Burg, State Service C,,nt- held by 1)r. ltin(fs :/ll,l Ill+. >[~-IICI-V. iilIssit)lter: Lln(len l)alferes, and Jilll- 2t seelliS It) lilt, IIHI1 it" *,\~* \v,+lt!d lll,,i.,, lille Snee: Ix, alter St,'llllctda Ilall(l. of Ill) i}lq~/2,t, ess I ;~VIII'dS t+(H!+t'~.,~ L) ,t~+! |latoll llollge, find nil tqlt'lle.'al ~.v!}t'kor' ~ol'er we llll/b:t st.qct (+~triy dtl+l k]O tI+ in tile Amerh'an Legion nlot:a i'lwrc. 'd the 11113"8 how llrgent, and how kld- fore. tie not fail h+ III[C/I~i i+llt' t,: -]i~",,' ,-lllttagelHIS it Was I+) belollg to the ileotill.~S+ N+,t,. I~elit,vt,. :+~;d-:~ [. ,{+ t:,,, . ]+eglJc"+ P}2bv:t v,,,~>; I'. ~. RiehardsolL I~t 170 I)ei~fg at the :~'. V~'. corner of RI Rd. Avenue and 'l'hi~ is the SeIISIHI ()f tlle year vch(ql ;liltt,'[O,l ill |lOt |~ '.~ tlt:~t~ At l'tq'+ ,11 Opelousas Street in l~maldsonville, La.~ lll,}r{, Ihfll! ever [)of:~|'e lu'+qfio will sot, k -aIIUNT1NG* * * *PARTY* * AFTER* * *BIG* *!* (~'(If n fu!lcant,vY,~l).l)hlltlcdlU whli;i,,l~[it~zl 'tl}I~ ~llhll"+ 'i;+.S*]i+" for $248.31. [ the grt,:/t ,q~{,n spn~++d :,lul sh,,w,, m dt*t.tdl O~ time be de,'oted each ,,'~.k in pul,- O car Hlmel Store, Belle Helene, Friday, July 2 ~,~urne,'s ,,, the woods, ftems and hillsI ' thiSfor thenlPlaCetoh"wever'watchlt luighttheir steps"/m welles ** O' either l)r W. I,;. tlim! ,. E ...... ~i ,~ ~ lie s(.h,mls to th (,teaching of kindness * t,, antmals. Tl,e. e 1.,,'s are n,,t gene,'.l- Mrs. E A Landry Garage, Darrow, Sat. July 3 :.,c ,el,'ate,1 ,,'i,l, i,1,.v le'.d l.l, ant. e.* , , they are in this day and age fraught it is believed that it has lmcome Burnside, Monday, July 5 l,,,-i,h eerhlin disadvanlages and danger i the abode ,,f seine ~ the result may be ill-shaped and pen- otherwise agreeable and proftlabletown with the fast playit~g Lstln'oma ttl.,,tiiJas be held, lit>| tees are _,t;- t~+., lliatL,(ar dulous udders which detraet seriously auto tom" to a disastrous trenthtation+ re:let of Baton Rouge. + qu,ratiag most h,,arti!y in ;",~ from the beauty and vahte of the ant- siml)tY boiling all water before drink- lltttteries for l)utclttown wilI bet ff ease l)m'er control+ Iqc,,st, l>+te IhO ill;~ it isquite snffio|tqlt t(-) l)rott'e/ OIle- iIe('klllaB alldtl~'aller. Isthroma; Beck- ,nv!:,:aed h,tler lrola tile ['t+,.: