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Biloxi Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 16, 1932, Biloxi, Mississippi TWO—THE DAILY HERALD. BILOXT AND OtTLFPOHT, MISSISSIPPI COAST BIL0X1 NEWS PARAGRAPHS BILOXI CALENDAR TONIGHT DANCE—Riviera. DANCE—Buena Vista. SAENGER—Hell Fir« Aurtin. K. C.—Bazaar, Avelex. SUNDAY SAENGER—What Price Hollywood. K. C.—Bazaar, Avelez. MONDAY SAENGER—What Price Hollywood. K. C.—Bazaar, Avelez. DANCE—Buena Vista. LEGION ON PARADE As an addi-d attraction to the feature picture "ilillioa Dollar Legs'' playing at the special midnight show Sunday at the Saenger Theatre there will be a f rty minute feature titled "The Legion on Parade." This is the official picture of the National Convention at Detroit produced for the American Legion. The spectacle of the great gathering which drew some 500.000 persons, the memorial ceremonies, the general merrymakin? and short talks by .internationally famous personalities are included in the subject, in addition to a running story featuring a gob, a doughboy, and a leatherneck. Among the notable are National Commander Ralph T. O'Neill, General John J. Pershing, Theodore Roosevelt. Hanford Mac-Nider, Newton D. Baker, and Admiral Jellicoe. MRS. F. COQUET DEAD C. J. Coquet of Bilosi, has received word telling of the death of his aunt, Mrs. F. Coquet in Cocoanut Grove, Florida, yesterday. Deceased would hare been 80 years old on July 27. At one time she was a resident of Bl Joxi, having made her home with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Coquet. Besides Mr. Coquet she leaves a niece and other distant relatives. She was well known in Bilosi and New Orleans, having been a native of the latter city. WRECKING LANDMARK lite old J. A. Bousquet home cnj West Howard arena«, jast east of j Caillavet street, is being wrecked by R. H. Hnffstetter, who bought the i Biloxi Churches Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hord" left early in the week for Healing Springs, Ala. for two weeks. The Pass Regatta has attracted many Bilosians, some of whom sailed there on boats yesterday and many others are going just for today. TO PLAY FOR ORPHANAGE Carron's Orchestra will play for the children of tie Orphanage at Bay St. Louis Sunday afternoon, rendering a concert from about 3 to 4 :30 p. m., giving their services to make the* youngsters happy. SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER Fried chicken or Seafood if preferred. 50c. Served in courses. Stuffed crabs, 10c, buy 'em by the bag. City Cafe, 809 Lameuse street. advbl6 It Mrs. W. F. Walker of West Point is the guest of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Walker and of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Cook, at their home, 10;iS West Beach. Mrs. Walker came here with her son on Wednesday and probably will be here several weeks. Mrs. Lawrence Fabacher and daughter, Miss Adrienne Fabacher, left this morning for St. Louis, where they will enjoy a part of the opera season and will then go to Eagle River, Wis., where Lawrence Fabacher, Jr. and Bobby Fabacher are in Camp Winnepe. .They will be away until September. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Subject: Life. Golden Text: Ptelma] bonding from Otto Gottscho of New I 27 :L The I^rd is my light and my Orleans. It was the home of ancestors salvation; whom ahall I fear? The of present Biloxians and the aur- I Lord is the strength of my life; of rounding grounds at one time extend-i whom shall I b« afraid ? ed from the Beach to Bad Bay. Ac* cording to the best knowledge of Bi-f OCEAN SPRINGS BA TIST loxians, the house is between 60 and | 11 a. m., Rev. A. G. Moseley of Bi- Turtle Hunts Latest Sport On Islands A new and novel outdoor sport Is being offered summer visitor« to Biloxi. The pleasure boat "Pan American" in charge of Captain Peter Skrxnetta, operating between Biloxi and 8hip Island, has put on a guide to conduct visitor« who want to hunt the eggs of sea turtle« in the sands of Ship Island. Quite often the turtles themselves are captured as was the case Friday FRIDAY AFTETBN003Y, JULY JO, 1»1 - - " - . ' STOLE BONDS Swwtfaiml darf* That Match Sac Took $50.000,000 In Boo«» Ig Made Today. 0 years old and was inherited from loxi will preach; 7:45 p. m. Young 1 the Bousqueta by Mrs. James Hagan, Mr. Walker will deliver the message, ______ __ __ their granddaughter, some thirty years A young peoples' service; 9:45 a. m., I night when a party aboard "the Pan ago. She sold it to Mrs. Robinson, Sunday school, A. C. Gottsche, »uper-lA.mej.ic4n sighted a large sea turtle who lived there for years. In the last intendent; 6:45 p. m., B. Y. P. U. Je- on Ship Island. They saw her digging 15 years the property has changed I partment, Miss Dorothy Pearce in I 4 bed in the sand preparatory to lay* hands several times and is now owned charge; 7:30 p. m. prayer service, W. j ag her eggs, and waited until aha had I of his freniied finances, by Otto Gottscho. Mr. Huffstetter M. 8. in charge; Pastor J.J. Barnes finished laying before disturbing her. The Irving Trust Company, which ----... u- Wltll Bev H D Walker in They then captured her ud MTeralL n , 1lui tll . mtMrt *A of meetings for several days han dreds of the eggs and brought Jm ! led Ch "**' " * Bayou. Ninety-tWo in Sunday them to Biloxi where they are on dia- payment of (1,000,000 New York, July 16. OF)—Charges that the lata Ivar Kreuger, Midas of matches, «tola 150,000,000 in bonds before he put a bullet through his head, echoed today through the mase states that the lumber, sills, etc. ure will be with Rev. H. D. Walker in They then captured her ud several 1 m excellent condition; in fact, the U series of meetings for several days hundreds of the eggs and brought * " charge, started action entire building, except the roof and at Fort Bayou. Ninety-two in Sunday them to Biloxi where they are on dia- ■afefturd payment oi $1,500,000 in flues, will be used again by the wreck- school last Sunday; 40 odd in the B. p i ay a t Foster's Wharf, the dock of interest on the bonds and was said to er. The nails are of the old cut type j Y. p. U. department ; 30_young_ peo- j the Pan American.^ I pi^ aB jts to recover the securities themselves for tha bankrupt Interna- and apparently the same window pie received awards for B. Y. P. U. frames, sash, etc., are those in the studies at the close of the service on building originally. The house had | July 10. six rooms, a long hall, and the bath, which probably was an addition. | EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN Rev. O. Nussmann, pastor, 8:80 a. I m., preaching service; 9:30 a. m. f been going out each week on the Pan American to hunt turtle egga and are | seldom disappointed. HATCHET SOUGHT A number of farmers of the Biloxi I Sunday school; 7:45 p. m., preaching section and police are today seeking service; Tuesday night Brotherhood; the whereabouts of Mr. Hatchet, head Wednesday, choir rehearsal; Thurs-of the Producers Exchange, operating day night, Senior League call meet- Whitworth College, Brookbaven, who Chase National Bank and five Swed- tional Match Corp., a Kreuger concern The trust company, which is trustee in bankruptcy for the match company, obtained a temporary injunction in federal court yesterday restraining Lee, Higginsoa & Co., the Dr. G. F. Winfield, president of I match king's American bankers; the Whitworth College Seeks Endowment! WAYSIDE 25c CLUB Opening Sunday . night. Orchestra and show. Admission 25c. Nothing over 25c. All Legionnaires cordially invited by Comrade Albert Balius. West Beach. advbl6 It SWIMMING SCHOOL A swimming school at which the j children of Biloxi will be taught to | swim free of charge will be conducted by members of Troop 212, Boy Scouts, it was decided at Friday night's meeting. The school will begin next | in the Martin Building on East Howard avenue, who disappeared early this week leaving a number of alleged bad checks and owing the farmers money on their produce. Under the agreement between the farmers and Hatchet the latter would bring their produce of chickens, eggs, vegetables, syrup, honey and other farm products there to be sold. The farmers benefitted greatly in disposing of their produce until this week when Hatchet disappeared. ing. I is on the Coast for a few days' vacs-1 lsh banking concerns from .taking Oak street Chapel: pre .chi-. ser- tiou and business trip combined, and steps to pay interest to anyone But the vices Sunday-8.-15 and Thursday 6:30 who is stopping at the Seashore Camp Irving Trust, p. m. Sunday school 2:30 p. m. Char- Grounds, was a visitor to Gulf port The complaint said the bonds, is-tres street chapel: preaching services Thursday and told of the preparations I sued by the German government in Sunday 6:15 and Thursday 6:30 p. m. J in progress for calibrating in. the fall j 1930, were bought by the Interna- of 1933 the 75th anniversary of the | tional Match Corp., of which Kreuger MAIN STREET METHODIST I foundation of the college. f L. J. Power, pastor. Sunda. school, | One of the features of the 75th an- DANCE D'IBERVILLE Sunday Night Music by Biloxi Aces Admission : Men 25c ; ladies 5c advbl6 It OPEN EVENINGS 'TILL 11 We will remain open evenings until 11 o'clock, to serve you deliciouB ice cream, sherbets and other special iced and milk products. Ice cream all flavors, reduced prices. Deliveries to your door. Courtesy Curb Service. NESS CREAMERIES advblS 5t Telephone 451 GIVE ME BARQ'S ROOTBEER It's Good and Wholesome It's Everywhere advbl SPECIAL Sunday 11:00 P.M. See Hollywood's funniest on the Olympic Team that Jack built. A fortune in fun, frolic, and foblish-ness! with Jack Oakie W. C. Fields Andy Clyde Ben Turpin and a Host of Beautiful Girls AND "TEN-SHUN! The Official Picture produced for National H<?adquarters of the American Legion. "THE Legion on Parade" A picture of a lifetime—pulsing with the Spirit of the Boys who fought and won. LEACH HOME FROM EFJKS W. Leach returned yesterday from Birmingham, where he attended the Thursday morning, 9 o'clock, at the I Elks convention as delegate from the Central Beach Community pier and Biloxi Lodge. Southern hospitality will, be held each Thursday and was featured at the meeting, t , reg-Tuesday. The troop would appre- istration badges showing a picture of ciate the gift or loan of an old seine a Southern couple with an old Colonial I 9:45 a. m., Sabbath school; 11 a. m., for use in keeping off sea-nettles, j home in the background. The Alabama morning worship; sermon, "Seeking Elks were most hospitable, and the the Kingdom" by the pastor; 8 p. m. convention was an outstanding sue- evening worship; sermon "The Bible" cess There were at least 50O0 dele- by the pastor; Wednesday, 8 p. m., gat. I uid guests. Mr. Leach said. He mid-week prayer services, has i. ld virtually all local offices and | Mrs. Paul Bennett will sing the of-also has been district deputy. 10 a. m., L. C. Corban, superinten- niverwiry is the organization of the dent; preaching, 11 a. m., and 7:80 p. Diamond Endowment campaign vliich m. by the pastor. Young people d w as authorized by the Alumnae Asso- juniors meet at 6:30 p. m.; prayer ciation at its annual meeting May 30 meeting, 7:30 p. m., Wednesday; good w hen the Diamond Endowment Wom- music, directed by Mrs. W.. L. Bar- ea ' s soro rity was launched, wi;h an bour. The pastor and members ex- objective of 10,000 members through- tend to all a cordial invitation to out the B0Ut h b y n€xt year . jhi& is worship at the Methodist church. | an UMIWUBl organization, built for the PRFSHVTPRTAV I m08t part 011 the plan of the P - E ' rKiiSBXlliKiAi* sisterhood which had for its purpose, , .. . , t ... . . . &*«JSSt , I £ furtherance of ed U c«,io» for wo». | was president. It was charged that Kreuger "did abstract, remove and take away" these bonds and deposited them'to his own credit in a Swedish institution. Lee, Higginson and Co., was named in yesterday's proceedings as Kreu-ger's American bankers, while the Chase National Bank was named as acting in a fiduciary capacity for che German government. The bonds have been mentioned as one of several issues related to Kreu- Anyone having a seine is requested to communicate with E. P. Wilkes scoutmaster. Five boys will be on duty each day during the American Legion convention, and the troop will participate in the parade Monday evening, 6:30 o'clock. CITY COURT One case was tried in the city court last night by Judge Will Elmer. B. F. Trash, charged with driving an automobile while under the influence of liquor acd causing damage was fined $25. Mrs. Baldwin Wood will have as visitors for the next week Mrs. Eva Lyons Page and Mrs. C. Benjamin fertory at the morning service at the Presbyterian church. FIRST BAPTIST Dr. B. G. Lowrey, who with his i8 °P en Aside from assisting in the endow-, ment fund for the 75th anniversary, the two fold purpose of the organization is, first to continue to aid Whitworth in the future, and i second, to further education among j women in the South. The member- ] ehip of this new sorority is not restricted to Whitworth students but | all women everywhere. ish capitalist with world-wide interests, usually offered a large loan to governments from which he sought concessions. NOTICI OF TBC8TKE 8 SALE State of Mississippi, County of Harrison. Whereas^ C. W. Johnson and Annie Rea Johnson, his wife, executed and delivered to C. 8. Brown, trustee, and the Gulf port Building & Loan Association, a corporation, as baneficlary, their certain deed of trust dated Hay 80,1929, conveying to said trust* the property hereinafter described to secure the payment of an indebtedness therein described in favor of said beneficiary, which deed of trust is of record in Book 72. page* 817-819 of the Record sf Mortgages sad Deeds of Trust on Land of Harrison County, Mississippi; and. Whereas, default has been made in the payment of said indebtedness secured by said dead of trort. and said Gulf port Building & Loan Association, beneficiary, and owner and holder of said indebtedness, has made demand on and request of the undersigned trustee to foreclose said deed of trust and sell the property thereby noticio* substituted - .TRUSTEE'S SAUK Umder and by virtu« of th« provision* of that certain deed of trust «xeevted by Mrs, Ver* DuKat* Cbfem tu K. Hart China to I*eaara eternar, Trastee, to secure aa indebtedness therein mentioned and described In favor at B.Taltamil, «hieb said dwd of trust Is datsd February »Ut, 1SU. and recorded in Toloms tl, page* 394, of tha Record of Mortgages sad Doeds of Trust oa Lands in the orflce of the Chancery Clerk of Barríaos County, Mississippi, and by the terna of said deed of trust there was conveyed !n trust for the purpose of so-curing the said indebtedness aforesaid the following described property situated in the County of Harrison and State of Mississippi, to-wit: That certain lot of land situated ia the City of Biloxi and âeacribod aa hot No. 4 and part of Lot No. g in Block No. 1, in Bienville Addition., as shown by a plat now on file In the offlca of the Chancery Clerk of Harrison County, Mississippi, said lot measuring from east to west 9S1 feet and extending north to south between parallel lines from Wilkes Avenue on the north to the seashore on the south, and being bounded on the west by the property formerly belonging to Samuel Taylor, on the east by the conveyed to enforce the payment of \ property formerly belonging to Leon said indebtedness, on a day to be se- J- °n the, s^M 1 "i® Gu i f of lected by the undersigned trustee, M ! Mexico or. Mississippi. Sound and .on provided in said deed of trust. Now Therefore, I, 0. S. Brown, trustee- will on Monday, the 8th day of August, A. D„ 1982, in front of the northWest front door of the county courthouse of Harrison County at at Gulf port, Mississippi, within legal hours, offer for sale and sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, at public outcry, the following described property, together with improvements thereon, described in and conveyed by said deed of trust> situated in Harrison County, Mississippi, to-wie: Lots 13 and 14 in Block 9 of the Edgewater Park Addition to the City of Gulfport, as per official map or plat of same on file in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Harrison County, Miss. Signed, posted and published this the 16tfc>,day of July, A. D., 1082. C. S. BROWN, Trustee advg 16—i rate COUNTY CO CRT SUMMONS No. 168 Equity The State of Mississippi, the north by Wilkes Avenue, and being: the same property that was conveyed to First National Bank of Biloxi, Mississippi, as Trustee, by Mrs. Linda R. DuKate by instrument recorded in Book 123, on pages 459 to 463 of the Record of Deeds oi Harrison County, Mississippi. And said deed of trust providing that the beneficiary therein, or legal owner or holder of said indebtedness, may, at any time, appoint in writing another trustee, and who, when. so appointed, shall. have all the powers and duties as are conferred upon the trustee therein named; and the said beneficiary, B. Taitavul, having duly assigned and transferred the said indebtedness secured by 'said deed of trust, to Mrs. F. G. Burton, the said Mra. F. Q. Burton by Instrument dated July 6th, 1932, appointed J. L* Taylor, substituted trustee in the place and stead of Leonard Garner, Trustee, which appointment is recorded, in Book 83, pagers 314-315, of the Record of Mortgages and Deeds of Trust on Land In Harrison County, ' Mississippi, on file and of record in the office of the Chancery Clerk of laid county and state; and default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness aforesaid, and the said Mrs. F. Q. Burton, the now lepa owner and holder of said indebtedness, having requested me, aa substituted trustee, to foreclose said deed K. C.-S. H. A. FESTIVAL OPENS Everything is ready for the opening of the three-day festival, given R. J. Reynolds, Jr., Is Awaited at Home Winston Salem, N. C v July 15—(JP) Maginnis" of NeVoriea~ns, wlo^win I family, Is spending"«" few days the I Chapters aré to be organized in Mis- I "^/^^tt^the latelmlth arrive on Tuesday. Andrew Gky of Coast, will speak at the morning ser- «sh1 PP1 , Louisiana Alabama and .to what: tneiate smith Plaquemine, La., also will be her vice on "The Primacy of the King- Texas. In the month of he orgam- ^T^ homT guest until his family come on July dom" or "Seek le First the Kingdom I zation s existence several hundred | m J, tu '. 25. The Gay family again will dc- of God and his Righteousness". Dr. have already joined. Mrs. A. H. Lon- cupy the Denegre home on East Lowrey is a successful business man gino of Jackson, is president; Mrs. Beach. | who gives God and God's work the J- Morgan Stevens of Jackson is cor- first place in his life. He is widely responding secretary, and Mrs. M. E. BOY SCOUTS TO PARTICIPATE I known and loved and it is hoped that Reid of Magnolia is treasurer, To Any and All Persons holding or ¿f trust, I wili, on Monday, August ownig the Second Mortgage Bonds or 1st, 1932, within legal hours, in front Coupons thereon of Gulfport Hotel "»« i?* 111 entrance of the County j * j ci * l i in« Court House of Harrison County, Corporation, dated. September 1, Mississippi, offer for sale and sell at and secured by mortgage indenture | public outcry to the highest bidder According to announcement made by the citizens of Biloxi will avail them- by the Knights of Colombus-Sacred R e v. Archie Smith of the Biloxi Boy selves of this opportunity to hear him. T?/»v Off ft Pnrfpr Heart Alumni, which will begin this Scouts they will participate in the The morning service will begin at n | AVCY, JL/IW X UJ. I/CX afternoon and last through Monday. American Legion convention next m. and the evening service at 7:45 "" General chairman Albert Ragusin an nounced this morning that all plans week. An order has been issued to the which will be a special service for local scouts to appear at Hotel Buena young people and will be in the form Last Times Today KEN MAYNARD 'HELL FIRE AUSTIN" SUN. and MON. Revealing what it cost to be a star, in a story of th« world, the flesh and the movies. BINNmgl m "What Price Hollywood" with LOWELL SHERMAN NEIL HAMILTON also Mickey Mouse Cartoon PARAMOUNT NEWS have been completed to make the af- Vista Monday morning at 8 o'clock of a nail service and will be especially fair a success. The Avelez Hotel has h n uniform, if convenient, to take interesting and helpful to all who at given the «pace in front of the Hotel part in the patriotic service, and Mon- tend. Parents will do well to bring for the holding of this great event day afternoon at 6:30 o'clock at the their children to this service, Rev. which the public is invited to attend, corner of West Beach and Couevas | Hodge said. Chairman Albert Bessey cf the en-1 street to participate in the parade, tertainment committej has elaborate plans for the three days of entertain-1 Mrs. John Campbell returned to ment, which will include acrobat, toe New Orleans after spending a week and tap dancing, boxing exhibition con-1 here with Mrs. Bemis Bailey and Th" brother, R. J. Reynolds, Jr, 26 is harrying bacV by airplane and ooat from Africa and when he gets here next week is expected to take some action about the death of Smith, ^ho succumbed to a bullet wound suffered on his sleeping porch on July 6. There is speculation as to whether rr A cj_ _ Ci| n /]oir I he will finance a new investigation of lO opedli OUllUdy | the shooting, perhaps engage private Rev. Otto Porter, presiding elder detectives. Co-heir with his brother of the Seashore District and former to the R. J. Reynolds tobacco mil-pastor of the Main Street Methodist lion», he always adopted a big-bro-church of Biloxi will be the Sunday t jj er attitude toward Smith and when night speaker at the Tabernacle on wor( j 0 f the tragedy reached him he the Seashore Campgrounds. abandoned a yachting trip off the Rev. Porter is spending most of the coast of Africa and started home, summer season supervising the work Sheriff Transou Scott, who insla-of the churches in the Seashore Dis-1 te(J on the investigation which re- MISS DOYLE ENTERTAINED Commercial Appeal» ________ — ____«________ Miss Flçeta Doyle, who is studying trict - and this P robabl y will be his 8ulted in a finding that the 20-year- at Peabody College, Nasville, was onI y address in the tabernacle this^J old husband of Libby Holman, Broad- certs by Biloxi Boys' Band and Sacred other friends. During her stay here the week-end guest of Miss Lucile y ear - For tw0 y ears h , e wa ® Pastor of way blues singer, was shot by "parties Heart Band, parade, vocal and instru- j friends showed her many courtesies, mental selections, and gymnastic exhibitions. The troop of Boy Scouts I SWEET POTATO VINE sponsored by the K. of C. will tender Sweet potato vines make an attrac their service wherever it is necessary, tive house plant as shown by a large Dancing will be from 9 o'clock Satur- one raised by Mrs. Frank Randazzo day night to Sund y morning and by placing a sweet potato in a large from midnight Sunday until 3 a. m. dish of water and changing tLe water Monday morning. Music will be by frequently. A1 Wentzell and his orchestra. Funds from this festival will be for the ben-1 efit of school and church purposes. NEW NESS WELL The well for the new Ness Creameries plant has been successfully drill-BILOXI BOYS MISSING e d and is now flowing 164 gallons a Relatives of Ben Raley, 15, son of minute. Water was reached at -971 Capt. and Mrs. B. F. Raley of 1108 f ee t depth and will be used in cooling Clay, street, and Edge Edwards, son ammonia coils and in general use of Mr. and Mrs. E. Edwards of Oak throughout the plant, which will open street, are anxious for their return on or about July 25 home, following their disappearance on Thursday on a "hiking" expedition. I The Rainbow Girls gave the second The lads are believed to have started 0 f their Friday night boat rides on toward New Orleans, but Biloxi police, the Mary Ellen, with Capt. Cannette who were notified by parents oi the ; n charge. The glorious moonlight lads, have wired New Orleans and n j g ht and cool breezes were thoroughly Mobile police to be on the lookout for enjoyed by them and their friends, them. The lads are both blonds. The Mrs. J. F. Howard and Mrs. Mabel Raley lad was dressed in grey pants Swetman Hewes were the chaperones, and yellow shirt while the Edwards boy wore blue and white pants and blue shirt He is said to have beeu given a scolding before his departure, and while all of the relatives are anxious for their return, special effort is being made by Mrs. Raley and Mrs. H. P. Mathieu, mother and mother of the Raley lad. Miss Mildred Eley is spending week in Slidell with Mrs. Sidney Provencal. She probably will return to> Biloxi tomorrow. GARLOTTE CHILD DIES Riley Garlotte, seven-month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Garlotte, 906 Davis street, died at the home last night. The funeral will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock with services by Father McGlade at the church and cemetery. Mrs. Ethel Moore left a few days grand-1 a go for North Carolina where she will visit her sister for three weeks. Her young sons are in Jackson with the Moore family during her absence. Miss Helen Newton of Me.-idian and Miss Feddie Harlerson of Gulfport, spent the week in Biloxi as guests of Miss Essie Murrah at her home on Bohn street. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Skrmetta of East Miss Norine Buckley left yesterday I Howard avenue announce the birth for La Monte, Mo., where she will 0 f a baby girl July 11, this being the visit her mother. fourth girl in the family. Mrs. Marie Foster McDermott is | now employed in the office of Dr. | James Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Jenkins have returned to Biloxi after a two weeks' absence. They visited Mr. Jenkins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Jenkins Mrs. W. W. Eley has as her guests j in Apalachicola, Fla., and Mrs. for a few days her three charming Jenkins' father E. B. Bill in Mobile, nieces, Misses Mary Elizabeth, Dor-1 othy and Clara Eley of Moss Point. CHAS. S. KLAVON DIES Chas. S. Klavon, Randolph. Wis., CAR RECOVERED; ONE STOLEN I owner of the property at 111 Reynoir Police in Gulfport Wednesday re- street, who often has visited Biloxi. covered the stolen automobile of Captain Willie Green taken Jrom in iront of the Yacht Club at Biloxi Wednesday while Captain Green was sailing in the schooner rape. A Ford, license 69-812 also was reported stolen yesterday from Tony Swansine in front of his home. died at his home in the north recently, following a short illness, much regretted by friends here. The Jackson, Miss. Drum and Bugle Corps will have headquarters at the Riviera Hotel during the American Legion convention. I g Classes at the Shearwater .Pottery in Portrait and Landscape Painting, Throwing Pottery on the Wheel. A Class in Modeling for children under 12 years of age. Instructors Peter Anderson and W. I. Anderson I. Opening July 20 Applications Should Be Made at Once Ocean Springs, Miss. Williams, 797 Merton. G. C. Williams, brother of Miss Williams, entertained Friday night for Miss Doyle with | a party on Peabody roof. Sunday an outing was enjoyed with a group of j friends at Moon Lake. Mrs. R. W. Best complimented Miss Doyle with a buffet-luncheon at 1 p. m. Monday] the Methodist church in Biloxi. The music for the evening will be j under the direction of Dr. A. P. Hamilton of Millsaps College and a summer resident of the grounds. Sun- unknown," said he expected action of some kind when the brother arrived. He denied reports that he suspected a Now York gangster of the shooting. He is still trying to piece to- dated September 1, 1926, recorded la Book 52, page 508, et seq, Records Mortgages and Deeds of " Trust oi Land on file in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Harrison County, Mississippi, Defendants, You are summoned to appear before for cash the property hereinabove described. Advertised, posted and dated this July 9th, 1932. J. Im TAYLOR, ' . advg9 4Sats_Substituted Trustee. NOTICE OF TRUSTEES SALE Whereas: Under date of February the County Court of the County Of 17, 1928, Mr». Mary R. Stokoe exaco-Harrison, ât the Court House thereof, ted a deed of trust conveying- the in the city of Gulfport, in the State hereinafter described lands to J' C. of Mississippi, on the Second Monday Ross, Trustee for Fred T. Miller and of August A. D., 1932, t$ defend the Maud G. Miller, beneficiaries; to se-suit No. 168 Equity in said court of cure an indebtedness therein describ-A. F. Rawlings, Receiver of the First 'ed, evidenced by promissory notes of National Bank in Gulfport, in Liqui- even date therewith as described in dation, Complainant, wherein you are the died of trust, which said deed of defendants. trustas recorded In Book 62, Pages This the 16th day of July, A. D., 511-512, Records of Mortgages aid 1932. A. J. RAMSAY, County Clerk Deeds of Trust on Lands in Harrisoii (Seal) By E. G. LINDSEY, D. C. County, Mississippi. And said bene-advg 16--3 eats ¡ficiaries substituted Reece 0. Bicker-staff as Trustee instead of J. C. Row, named in the deed of trust, which substitution is recorded in Book 8!& NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Whereas, John Mitchell St Sons, Inc., a corporation, on 8th day of October, 1928, executed and delivered Page 302 of the Records of Mortgages their certain deed of trust, in favor gnd Deeds ^ Trust on Lands ¡q Har-of Hewes Building and Loan Assocla- \ficoieoi««? tlon, a corporation, J. J. Harry, Jr.. County, Mississippi, Trustee, to secure a certain lndebt- Whereas: Default has been made edness mentioned and described in Jn the payment of said indebtedness, saitè beneficiaries have declared the day school each Sunday morning at ge thcr apparently conflicting details, nine o'clock in the tabernacle is un- gn , h a8 the 8U( jden appearance of the der the supervision of Mrs. Geo. S. | death gun on the floor after seV eral at her home, 165 N. Rembert. Mìsb Brown of Rayne Memorial Methodist gerbes had been made for it. Doyle left Monday night. Her home is church of New Orleans. Mrs. Brown in Biloxi, Miss. | also conducts a "Story Hour" each Monday evening at 7:30. Prayer J Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Coudrain, I meeting for the ~ residents of the who were spending their annual va- grounds is held every Wednesday cation in Biloxi, returned to their evening under the leadership of Dr. home in New Orleans last night. Mr. H. S. Werlein formerly of Houston, Coudrain, head window decorator at Tex., but now a resident of the Maison Blanche and an ardent fish-1 grounds, erman, landed a large string of speckled trout while fishing in the front waters yesterday morning. The widow's testimony, and Coroner W. N. Dalton's original ruling indicated suicide, but the sheriff is Lot satisfied. DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE NAMED AT OCEAN SPRINGS C. R. Bennett, O. L. Bailey, L. M. McClure, C. E. Pattison and W. S. Vancleave, Sr. this morning at a municipal convention were elected members of a temporary executive committee of the Democratic party of Ocean Springs. They will serve until a committee is regularly elected in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 149 of the Mississippi Code of 1930. You can send a Herald classified ad into over 5,700 Mississippi Coast homes for only 50c cash. adv COUNTY COURT SUMMONS NO. 169 EQUITY The State of Mississippi To Any and All Persons holding or owning First Mortgage Bonds or Coupons thereon 1 of Gulfport Hotel Corporation dated September 1, 1926, recorded in Book 52, page 485, et seq. Records of Mortgages and Deeds of Trust on Land on file in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Harrison County, Mississippi, defendants: You are summoned to appear before the County Court of the County of Harrison, at the Court House thereof, in the City of Gulfport, in the State of Mississippi, on the Second Monday August, A. D., 1932. to défend the suit No. 169 Equity in said court of A. F. Rawlings, Receiver of First National Bank in Gulfport, in Liquidation, complainant wherein you are defendants. This the 16th day of July, A. D., 1932. Seal) A. J. RAMSAY, . County Clerk By E. G. LINDSEY, D. C. advg 16—3 sats AMERICAN CARDINAL TO VISIT POPE AGAIN Vatican City, July 16—(¡P)—Cardi-1 nal Dougherty of Philadelphia, Pa., spent 40 minutes with Pope Pius in private audience today, resuming their j discussion of the economic problems of the - church about which they talked last week when the Cardinal reached here from the Eucharistic Congress at Dublin. The pontiff mentioned particularly the American ilegro in whose spiritual needs he is deeply interested although the negro Catholic population in the United States is relatively small. Cardinal Dougherty will leave on Monday to visit other parts of Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Holland, Bel- ] gium, France and England, whence he will sail for home. Pope Pius today received Rev. Francis B. Gorman, Louisville, Ky.; Don Michele Stagno, Omaha, Neb., and the Rev. Eugene H. O'Boyle, Scranton, Pa. Scenes From Paramount News showing at SAENGER THEATRE Read the latest headlines in The Daily Herald and see them leap to life on the Saenger screen. ESTATE LEFT ANIMALS St. Louis—Happy days are here again for many St. Louis cats and dogs. The late Henry C. Babitock, aged oil broker who liked animals "the plainer the better" left his $86,- j 000 estate to take care of them. Sunday and Monday YOKOHAMA — Japan's team sails; 65 Japanese athletes off for coming Olympic contest at Los Alleles. NEW YORK—Mattern and Griffin take off to better Post-Gatty globe-circling record. LOS ANGELES — "America's Sweetheart" speaks! Mary Pick-' ford broadcasts invitation to Olympics extended by Gov. Rolpb. MARCH FIELD, Oal. — 9th Bombardment Squad.-on, 1. S. A., flies over Colo. Grand Canyon to practice format!' .s in rough air. NEW YORK—When r feller needs a cop! Force begins annual summer outings sponsored by Comm. Mulrooney. INDIANAPOLIS—Drys open Drive! Prohibition Party convention under way! Dry leaders attack Democratic and G. 0. P. platforms. s&ld deed of trust, which deed of trust is recorded in Book No. 188, . . . - . pages 256-258 of the Record, of Mort- entire amount due and payable as gages and Deeds of Trust on Land in provided in the note and deed of Covmty, Mississippi, on file tfMt and have request<!d me to adTer _ and or record in the oiiice or tne | ., . , , , . , Chancery Clerk of said County and tise and sell the land so conveyed in State; and by the terms of said deed the deed of trust of trust, there was oonveyed in trust Therefore, I, Re.ece O. Bickerstaff, for the purpose of securing the said c . . , ____,.„____ indebtedness, the following described Substituted Trustee, will on Monday, real property, situated, lying and be- July 25th, 1932, within legal hours of- lng in City of Gulfport, Harrison f er f or ea i e aE public outcry at the C T U h n e ty 'wStlffSit Vlits eleven North West front door of the Hard- (11) and Twelve (12) in Block Four son County Court House, in Gulf- (4) of McAlpln Addition to City of pott, Mississippi, and sell to the higb- Gulfport, as per official map or plat „ t u.-.ijp- / or t }, 6 following de- of said Addition, now on file In the es V ° , j t J • £ * • office of the Clerk of the Chancery scribed land situated in Harrison Court of Harrison County, Missis- County, Mississippi, to-wit: the?eon° Sether WUh in,proV8n5ent- That certain parcel of land situated And default having been made in in Lot No. 2, of B. A. Ludlow survey the payment of the indebtedness [being situated in section 6 township aforesaid, secured by said deed of g south R 10 W as per record of said trust, and the undersigned Trustee, .„_._ A „„„„. io«j i. having been requested by the holder" survey made on August 20, 1846 by and owner of said indebtedness se- B. A. Ludlow, and filed in deed book cured by said deed of trust to fore- 8 on page 436 et Seq. in the office of close said deed of trust and sell the th rhanrerv riprk nf Harrison Cniin-propsrty therein described, and here- [ n * ^ancery cierJt ot Harrison uoun- inabove described, for the satisfac- ty Miss., beginning at a point on the tlon of said indebtedness; and N edge of the Gulf of Mexico or Mis- provided 4 for C the S safe 011^0^ ' S » ^ ty therein described, and hereinabove described, in the event of default in the payment of the Indebtedness secured thereby; Now, therefore, I, the undersigned North section line of section Six I Township 8 S R 10 W 300 feet W of the point where the west line of | Lot No: 3 of said B. A. Ludlow sur- Trustee, will, on Monday, August 1st, vey crosses said Section line; thence 1932, within legal hours, in front of due jj t o said section line thence E County r 'court 1 Ho^se ^r G%orl fc^ "id -ction line a distance of Harrison County, Mississippi, offer 200 feet more or les£ to the W line for sale, and sell at public outcry to of property now owned by Gates; the highest bidder for cash, the prop- t h ence « fli 0 n~ the W li™ of the erty hereinabove described, and de- a aio f» tn « vv xT u ° e oi , scribed in said deed of trust, for the uates property to the >< edge of the purpose of satisfying the said indebt- Gulf of Mexico or Mississippi Sound; «dness^aforesaid, and the expense of thence westwardly along the shore of Slg^d',' posted and advertised this the Gulf of Mexico or Mississippi Sound 9th day of July, A. D. 1932. to the point of beginning. Said land J- J- HAKRY. JR., Trustee. beini; boUD ded on the S by Gulf of ---'Mexico or Mississippi Sound; on the CHANCERY SUMMONS NO. 13,708 West b r property belonging to Miller; on the North by the section line; on The State of Mississippi, To Selig Yellen, and stein, Defendants, Ben Born- the East by property of Gates, being a part of Lots 75 and 76 of the L. A. Fredrick survey in Lot 1 of said sec- An attachment at the suit of Mrs. tion ß Township s S R 10 W, Harri- F. G. Burton, complainant, against all of your estate for Five Thousand Forty— ($5040.00) Dollars with interest son County. Mis»., Also all of that part of the East 300 feet of Lot No. 2 of the ,B. A. Ludlow Survey which Opportunity Doesn't often knock as loudly as it ia now doing at the door of the prospective builder. Lumber, building material, and labor have not been so cheap in many a year and may never be again within your c memory, so why not take advantage of this opportunity to either build the new home or remodel or repair the old one. We are headquarters for lumber for all purposes in amounts from one board to a ship load. We will also quote you on your doors, windows and other material. Call on us; we are only nine miles from Gulfport on paved road Batson & Hatten Lumber Company LYMAN, MISS. and attorney fees, returnable before Jieg iQ gection thirt ne towa8hlp 7> the Chancery Court of Harrison Coun- h 10 west> which said * Bnr _ ty at the Court House thereof, in the B . A . LudloWi is of record in City of Gulfport, Mississippi, has been deed book No . 3 436 ct Beq . in executed and is now pending m saul the o££ke o£ th<5 clerk of the Chan . court, and unless you appear before court of Harrison c<>unt MisB . said Court at Rules thereof to be all ri ian ri ht8 be]onging to and held m the ClerkVoffice of said appertaining t0 said b rea - ^ M ° Dday of , AuS " son of its frontage on the Gulf of ust, A D., 1932. to answer or demur and aU other fi htfl iri _ to said action, de^e mU be rendered, L eg immunities and appurte J nce , ■ and he estate attached will be sold. thereunto belonging or % any wiBe This the 1st day of July, A. D« 1 " J 1632. (SEAL) EUSTIS McMANCS, Chancery Clerk By N. E. GASTON, D. C. advg 2—3 sats CHANCERY 8UMM0NS NO. 12,708 The State of Mississippi, To J- Selig Yellen, and Ben Born-stein, Defendants, Yon are summoned to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of Harrison, in the City of Gulfport. in ■aid State, at Rules of said Court, to be held in the Clerk's office thereof, on the Second Monday of August A. D., 1932 to defend the suit No. 12,708 in said court of Mrs. F. G. Burton, Complainant, wherein you are the Defendants. His lit day of July A. D.. 1932. (Seal) EUSTIS McMANUS, Clerk By N. E. GASTON. D. C. advg 2-3 uts advg 2—4 uta appertaining, are hereby cpnveyed. ¡These is excepted and reserved however, from the above conveyed property, the easements for the public road, Beach Boulevard or Old Spanish trail now running across said property, the rights of the Traction company or Power Company, and Gas Company, and the rights heretofore sold to divers people for the use of water from the artesian well now situated on the above described property during the life of said well, and one additional right reserved for the use and benefit of the Grantors herein, of like qur~tity of water from said well, to be used on adjacent property now belonging to the said Grantors and with the, right to Grantors to occupy the raid property until March 3lst, 1928. Signed, posted and published this the 2nd day of July, 1932. REECE O. BICKERSTAFF, Substituted Trut«%
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