Deaths and Burials, 1930
Deaths and Burials GEORGE D. SMITH George Drew Smith, a farmer, of Delray Beach, died Monday afternoon afternoon at 4:45 o'clock at a West Palm Beach hospital following an illness of about 10 days. He was approximately approximately 53 years of age. an. oinitn nad been a resident of Delray Beach for 28 years. Surviving Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Annie Smith and four sons, Roy Smith, Drew Smith. Dan and Lawrence Smith and a daughter, Miss Mar-jnrie Mar-jnrie Mar-jnrie Smith, all of Delray Beach, and another daughter, Mrs. J. L. i.arter of Albany, Ga. Funeral arrangements will be announced announced later by the Ferguson Undertaking Undertaking Company, KECORI) BRIDGE London. One of the largest bridges of its type in the world is to be constructed across Sydney harbor, Australia, Wy a London engineering engineering firm. It is 'to be constructed constructed entirely of steel and will cost over $20,000,000. It will have ft single span of 1650 feet and will accommodate accommodate a roadway 57 feet wide, four electric railway tracks, and two 10-foot 10-foot 10-foot footways. It is said that changes in temperature will cause a maximum expansion of 14 incnes. OUGHT TO KNOW HOW London Fnr thn tinst fifl vears Rev. G. Taylor of Conisburgh has been preaching the Gospel in the Methodist church. And for the past 50 years he has been preached to, by his wife, who has helped him during his life in the clergy. They recently celebrated their golden wedding anniversary.