THE BUTLER HERALD, BUTLM, GEORGIA, MAY 12, 1936.
MEWS SUMMARY OF
THE WEEK IN GEORGIA
Police were investigating robbery
•f the state-operated liquor ware
house in Macon Friday night.
Candy Sanders, 86, widely known
retired farmer of Upson county,
died 1 suddenly Saturday afternoon.
Miss Irma Stewart, sister-in-law
•f Editor Isador Gelders, Fitzgerald,
died Monday. She was a native of
Thos. Jackson Peeples, retired At
lanta banker and member of a dis
tinguished Georgia family, died Sat
At least seventy persons died in
week-esd accidents throughout the
nation. Georgia contributed four to
Atlanta’s traffic death toll for May
was raised to two Tuesday when Rob
ert iMorgn, 3 year old negro boy,
died at Grady hospital.
More than half a million pounds of
eabbage will be purchased in the_Val
Floyd Searcy, manager of the
Farmers Produce Co., has announced
plans for establishment of a peanut
shelling plant at Thomasville, to be
ready for operation this fall. It is
expected to furnish employment for
about 60 workers.
METHODISTS TO MEET
NOV. 24 AT WAYCROSS
Birmingham, Ala., May 7.—Bish-
ops of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, South, announced Saturday
the South Georgia conference would
be held at Waycross, Nov. 24.
The 1938 annual conference for
North Georgia is to be held Nov. 17,
the site to be selected later.
J. M. MALLORY TO
RETIRE ON JUNE 1
FROM CENTRAL R.R.
Genial Industrial Agent of Central
Completes Forty-eight Years
MARGARET MITCHELL IS
HONORED BY COLLEGE. , n T M „
Savannah, May 9.—J. M. Mallory,
,, , ,, I general muustnal agent of the Cen-
Athens, May 8.—-Margaret Mitchell, tra | ol - (j eor g la Hallway, will at his
author of "Gone with the Wind, ac- own re q U est be retired on June first
cepted honorary membership this a service oi more than 48
week in the University of Georgia y ears w ith the Central and affiliated
chapter of Theta Sigma 1 hi, natural jj nes j n asking to be relieved from
honorary journalism fra-
Phil Campbell, Jr., of Watkinsville,
a senior in the University of Geor
gia College of Agriculture, is enroute
to Denmark for a year’s study of
farming. He was awarded a scnolar-
ship by the Rotary educational foun
dation of Atlanta.
Federal Judge Deaver Friday con
ducted a hearing of a motion for new
trial of suit brought by Robert Tyre
Jones, Jr., the famous Atlanta golfer
against W. E. Page, former internal
' revenue collector, for recovery ot
I .$53,000 in income taxes.
| A woman listed as Mrs. W. D. Wil
lis of Centersburg, Ohio, was killed
and live other persons injured Mon-
i day in a head-on automobile collision
1 on'the Dixie Highway near Rebecca.
Mrs Willis and her husband were en Aiaoon, May 10—Mrs. Sabina Wes-
, route from Florida to their home. ley, mother of 24 chldren, was .. ,
, awarded a prize at the special Motn- ngultural agent. W. 1. DerMott, lor
Georgia postmasters Monday be-1 or , s Day pro( r ram G f local theatres. : the past 12 years industrial repre-
' gan swearing in-fifteen pilots who^on ^ oldegt mother W as Mrs. Inez sentative, will be promoted to indus-
Long, of Lizella; the youngest, Mrs. trial agent.
Myra Andrews, 15. More than 1,500 | Mr. Mallory is recognized in- rail-
mothers were guests of the theatres, way and industrial circles throughout
jthe country as an outstanding factor
active service he said that having
reached the retirement age, and be-
SALE UNDER POWER
By virtue of the power and
thority contained in a certain de»
secure debt executed bv m. ,
Bennett to J. P. Posey, dated vM
1930, and recorded in Deed Root-1
pages 509-510, records of T a ,1
Howell said Murdaugh, director of County, Georgia, also in Deed nl
the state department of pu- iic wei- j 32, -Page 83, records of \i. I
fare, drew a salary of $2,000 as di-' County, Georgia, the under-;-
rector from March 16 through June, will sell at public outcry befor
30, 1937. | Court House door in Taylor Cm *1
“The next item (on a state audi- Georgia, to the highest bidder " 1 ’
tor's report) shows Lamar Murdaugh cash, within the legal hours of
drew another salary of $2,846.40 cov- on the first Tuesday in June
ering the same three and a half same being the 7th dav of j 1
No. 1 J£i
000 was not enough for this extrava
gant administration?” he added.
“It has spent not only the $7,000.,-
000, but $4,000,000 in excess of that
amount, thus creating a $4,000,000
deficit which is on the bocks of the
“This -makes a total of more than
$11,000,000 which this administration
has spent more than was spent last
year, or nearly one million a month
MOTHER OF 24 WINS
PRIZE IN MACON
in-g less active he felt that justice to i months ftfr investigating and draft- 1938, the following real
1.1 : 111,..... Ji in LimnnIF mi (rirnL+o inn 1/vmelofl’nn ** Hnwnll ctli/l ! .
the railway and to himself suggests
The Central’s development depart
ment will be under general super
vision of J. F. Jackson, general ag-
May 19 will have charge of the
United States air mail on as many
eaiDoagc win oe lumm.-w u"'— - - „
do sin section by the Federal- Surplus special routes as part of of the a -
Commodity Corporation, it was learn niial observance^ o^^National ^Ail
Ed Grant, 54, father of ten chil
dren, who was njured in an automo-
bilo accident Monday near Dawson-
rille, die<l hi a hospital at Tate Tues
Distribution of 160,000 pounds of
dry skim milk was started Monday
ky the Surplus Commodities Distn-
fcntion of the state department of
A baby weighing two pounds and
14 ounces, the smallest on record at
SUberton was bom Friday. The baby
is the fourth daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. E Alfono.
Funeral services for Mrs. M. J.
Stone, sate historian for the United
Daughters of the Confederacy, who
died at her home Saturday, were at
J. L. Skehajn, 29, auto mechanic,
of Atlanta, was fatally injured early
Sunday when- he lost control of his
Mail Week, which opens next
I Changes of the closing time foi
registrations in state primary elec-
tions will be considered Monday at a
meeting of the rules committee of
the state democratic executive com
mittee at the Ansley hotel, according
to I. S. Peebles, chairman of the
i Matt McWhorter, member of the
State Public Service commission
qualified Friday as a candidate fot
re-election in the state primary to w
held in September. He paid his $256
entrance fee to the secretary of the
secretary of the state democratic
Sam Hirschensohn sailed this week
for Havere on his way to his for
mer home in Rumania to see his
| mother, two brothers, and sister. He
has not seen any of them since leav
ing Rumania 42 years ago. He served
SUMTER COUNTY 4-H CLUBS
TO STAGE WEEK’S FESTIVAL He had a prominent part in
building of the textile industry
ing legislation,” Howell said. I wit:
Th j K ’ h . 6 i ?l d ’ amounts aPProxi-1 Lot of land N lfi3 d
mately $1,400 per month for one acers in the south . eas ’ t
of land No. 164; and one
“My friends,” Howell continued, qn i n on€ /r
“he isn’t worth it and you know he side 0 / lot ( of ,> nd N * s off 1
isn’t worth it.” . XI _
NO. 2 Sone
plant be provided in- Atlanta and
l ot of land No. 30’except 3 tl,
(20) acres in the north-west cond
all lying and- being in the 12th ill
district of Taylor County, Georgia]
Also all of lot of land No 213!
cept twenty (20) acres in the
County 4-H. boys and girls will hold
a week’s spring festival and rally
here next week.
in the development of the southeast. books be "crated and shipped there to west comer, in the third distriT
the up- | be sterilized in a heating plant under Taylor County, Georgia. Ct
_ ’rty j n ! your supervision-. The books would Also all- of lot of land No 919
. ■ r' 7T*,. c this territory, and more recently w , not h ave to be uncrated and could cept thirty (30) acres in
Americus, Ga., May 6.—Sumter the marked progress of ceramics. |b e returned to the respective coun- east corner, in the third land r°i U
ties in a very short time at a mini- of Marion County, Georgia and
mum cost. of the east half of lot No 32 in
Since the Health Department has 12th land district of Marion oi ,
unlimited authority, it would bring Georgia. ’ Counl
pressure to bear on the Educational | Said sale is -being had in t
Department to use these precautions County, Georgia bv vim, , 5 ’
before the fall term of school, even agreement by the maker of sa f,'
of the plant has to be an improvised curity deed that all the land 1
braced in said security deed dj]
be sold, in case of default, at
time and at one
A native of Mississippi, he began
railway servico as a clerk at Natchez
r, . . . , came to Georgia as agent in 1894,
served at Madison, A.nens and Ma-
con-, and at -Savannah since 1904. He
demonstration of economical hog pro
duction, old fiddlers’ convention
1 ws made Industrial 1 agent in 1906,
amateur night, junior .beauty revue, d , industrial affent in 1922.
bi£ apple contest and buck dancers , b n ,
contest will be features of the week Hi announcing Mr. Maloiys p-
proaching retirement, H. D. Pollard,
receiver of the Central, paid him a
high tribute as friend, associate and
officer. Mr. ’Mallory will continue to
reside for a part of his time at least
Sunday wnen- ne tost co-mu- ui *••= as a volunteer in the S PGa
motorcycle amd crashed into the side can war. His home is at Leesburg,Ga.
•f a brick building . | Organization of a new Methodist
Dr J. A. Durrenbcrgcr has been church 011 St. Simons Island has been
appointed director of the summer completed with the election of the
school of the Georgia State Woman’s board of stewards, who were assisted
College in Valdosta, President F. K. n completing the organization by Rev
Reade has amiounced.
I F. M. Gaines, presiding elder of the
i Waycross district, and Rev. A. Waite
I of McKendree Methodist church of
Members of the senior class of
Coi.~. ...gh senool will leave soon
rfte, their | C . O. B.nn.lt, o( Milfcood, near
»• O SU W. r „, A hv^
Eugene Nesmith was killed and his pete Pullman, road house op-
chum, Frank Waller, sustained head ej* a tor, the night of April 16.. Return-
injuries when the bicycle on which | j n j, a verdict of guilty, the jury rec-
tliey both were riding was hit^y j an ' ommended mercy, and 1 Judge M. D.
n Dickerson sentenced Bennett to hie
A mistrial was declared by Judge
J. L. Kent in the case of Miss Mar
garet Pritchett, charged with arson,
after the jury had been out from
Tuesday until late Wednesday night.
She was charged with setting.fire to
the home of Dr. and Mrs. I. G, Prim
on November, 1937. The 'blaze was
extinguished! without a great de-a-l
State Highway Troopers Hender
son and Harbin arrested a negro
teacher from the Industrial school at
Dawson, on charges of driving with
a fictitious drivers’ license and op
erating without a drivers’ -license.
This is perhaps the first person in the
state to be charged with faking a
drivers' license. The troopers said
the negro cut off the top part of the
application blank and folded it back
to resemble the license.
automobile at Savannah Sunday
Atlanta students at Georgia Tech
were shown to be heavy on the hooks
and brains this year as Registrar H.
h. Cai-.well announced Saturday that
99 Atlanta boys are on the school’s
Dixon Willard of near Winder, was
killed, and three others were injured
Saturday night when a rear tire on
the car they were riding blew out on
a downhill curve. The car overturned
A youth was killed and anothei
^seriously injured wnen struck in Sa
vannah Sunday night by ai car whose
driver stopped, stepped from the au
tomobile to examine the unconscious
bodies, and then fled.
Tom Gregory, Jr., editor of The
Eateuton Aiessenger, has been ap
pointed director 111 Putman county in
the wildlife conservation essay con
test being sponsored by the Bibb
county game and fish club.
James H. Nunally, founder of the
Nunnally Company, pioneer Atlanta
candy manufacturing firm, and a
leader for years in the business, civic
and- cultural life of Atlanta, died
Monday at his home in Miami .
The Commodity Credit Corporation
announced last week cotton loans
through Friday amounted- to $233,-
279,029 on 5,340,194 bales. The num
ber of bales on which loans were
made -by states: Georgia, 439,544.
The Georgia state employment serv
ice and the national re-employment
service found jobs for 1,445 unem
ployed Georgia residents during the
week ending April 30, M. O. O'Con
ner, state director, said Saturday.
Roy Mercer, of Gray, was elected
-president of the University of Die
1988-39 senior class of the Universi
ty of Georgia, and Wilson Still, of
Monroe, was chosen campus leader
in elections in Athens Monday night.
Capt. Fred Patterson was dis
missed 1 from the Macon police de
partment Tuesday after pleading
guilty to charges of misconduct while
serving as escort for a group of Ma
nn schoolboy patrolmen to Washing
The night of Tuesday, May 24, has
been set for the Muscogee County
Singing Festival, which will precede
l»y exactly one week the Chattahoo
chee Valley Singing Festival, spon
sored- by the two Columbus newspa
(Charles B. Lewis, for 25 years a
resident of 'Macon, has been promot
ed by the Reconstruction Finance
Corporation in Washington to as
sistant chief in charge of new -busi
ness loans, the Macon Telegraph
•ays it learns.
VINSON SEES MORE
Washington, May 9.—Construction
of at least one new federal- building
in each Congressional District of
Georgia is predicted by Representa
tive Carl Vinson (D. Ga.), if Con
gress approves a $60,000,000 public
building fund asked by President
R-oosevelt. Vinson said he had rec
ommended construction of a new
post office and agricultural buildv'g
at Louisville, Ga.
RIfERS AWAITS BIDS
ON W. & NOTES
Atlanta, May 10.—Gov. Rivers an
nounled Monday that he will receive j
bids for discounting $3,000,000 in
W. and A. Railroad rental notes this
The governor is trying to arrange
for the discount of these rental
notes through local banks and the
RFC but must go thru the formality
of advertising for bids under the
provisoin of the legislative act.
improvised curity deed that all the lands
one until permanent arrangements . . auua
can be made.
Yours verv truly,
L. R. DEAN.
OBSERVANCE OF GOOD WILL
DAY IN GA. SET FOR MAY
Valdosta, Ga., May 6—The city
council this week formally approved
a new contract with the Georgia
Power and Light company for street
lighting over a period of years.
Under the contract the company
will receive the same monthly pay
ment as under the old contract, but
the city gets larger lights in many
places and many additional ones,
making the change a most desirable
one for the city.
GEORGIA BOY, 12, KILLED
WHEN AUTO HITS BICYCLE
Montrose, Ga., May 6.—Twelve-
year-old Eugene Patisaul, was killed
Friday when the bicycle on which he
was riding was struck -by an auto
mobile near Montrose, Sheriff L F.
Coleman, of Laurens county, report
ed. The sheriff said J. A. Cross, ot
Savannah, driver of the car had been
released after it was determined the
accident was unavoidable.
/-- . ,, — — sale, befov
Georgia^° US€ d °° r ° f Tay ‘° r Co H
From , The indebtedness secured by J
Pa.e One j dS 0 e Ve and eS unpdd. 8eCUrity ^ is J
National Air Mail Week from May | The above described property
15 to 21, inclusive, and be sold as the property of the
Whereas, this isthe twentieth anni- Mary J. Bennett and the proceeds !
versary of air mail ervice in the said sale will be applied to the Ll
United' States, and ment of said indebtedness and *
Whereas, I believe the citizenry ol expenses of said sale and the
Butler have a lively interest in the mainder, if any will be paid to til
development of air mail in our na- party, or parties, legally entitled J
tion, receive the same.
Therefore, I, Owen-. D. Gorman, T _
Mayor of the City of Butler, do ■ ~ l ' HOtyEY,
hereby designate the week of May 15
to 21 as Air Mail Week for Butler
an-d urge all citizens to patronize
liberally the air mail in evidence of
our appreciation of the efforts of
the Post Office Department to pro
vide this valuable service.
O. D. G-ORMAN, Mayor.
Georgia, Taylor County:
CITY OF REYNOLDS:
Attorney in Fact for
Atlanta, May 7.—Good Will Day
will ,be observed May 18 in commemo
ration of the opening meeting of the
first peace conference at The Hague,
according to a proclamation issued
Friday by -Governor Ripers.
The proclamation designates May Buford, Ga., May 7-
as “Good Will Month” and explains i vo passengers were
that “troublous times facing tr,a . Buford Saturday when
world demand that all peoples turn crashed into a field,
their attention to ways of better
preserving and promoting good will.”
TWO PASSENGERS, PILOT
HURT IN PLANE CRASI.
-A pilot ami
TWO GEORGIANS DIE
IN GAS-FlL-LEU SHOP
69 DIE IN WEEK-ENI) CRASHES
The nation’s week-end automobile
accidents killed at least 69 persons
according to an Associated Press
dispatch. Deaths from this cause in
Georgia were three according to the
TWO ARE DEAD IN CRASH
Mt. Holly, N. J., May 8.—Two
Georgians were found asphyxiated
Saturday in a bicycle shop in which
they Had been sleeping.
They were identified as C. C,
Cherry, 35, and his wife, Edith, 24,
of Gainesville, Ga.
Coroner C. S. Roberts said Cherry
Calhoun, Ga., May 10.—G. R. Wil
lis, 74, of Setenburg, Ohio, died
Tuesday of injuries suffered in an
auto accident near Calhoun Monday.
Mrs. W. D. Willis, his sister-in-law,
died Monday of injuries she received
in the wreck. His brother, W. D.
Willis, 72, who was also in the car
remained in a critical condition, the
CORNELIA WOMAN SHOT
Gainesville, Ga., May 6.—Her left
arm broken by ai rifle shot fired- un
der mysterious circumstances, Mr
J. W. Moore of Cornelia, was brought
here Friday and then transferred ia
an Atlanta hospital. Mrs. Moore said
that she was shot thru the door ot
residence’ iby an unidentiled person
MAN SENTENCED FOR USING
U. S. MAIL TO DEFRAUD
Leesburg, Ga., May 7.—H. B
Parker of Crossland, Ga., who ope
rated thru the Leesburg postoffice
using the alias W. H. Snow has
E. D. Haymore, of Decatur, the
pilot, regained consciousness in a
Gainesville hospital late Saturday
night and physicians expressed hope
for his life.
The crash was -blamed on motor
IS RAZED BY FLAMES
ifiere will be sold at public ou
to too lug'lie&t bukler ior cash
tween the legal nours oi sale -beta
the court house door in Butaer T al l
County, Georgia, on the ft 1
Whereas: The Twentieth Anni- | ue sday jn June, 1938, being the il
versary of regular air mail in the aa y June 1988, the followinii
United States of America is -being scri bed property, to-wit:
celebrated throughout the nation dur- j One hundred; one an-d one-fourti,
in- gthe week from May 15 to 21 in- acres of land-, more or less, lot .No
elusive, and 209, a-iso 101 1-4 acres, more or lea
Whereas: His Excellency, E. D. y<)t No. 201, both tracts of land 1
Rivers, Governor of the State of 1U, E and being in the 16th land disl
Georgia, has designated said week as * rJ rt of Taylor County, and mod
Air Mail Week for the entire state, Imly described as follows: BoundcL
Now, therefore, I, W. E. Marshall, on north by lands of John Parkel
Mayor of the City of Reynolds, do „ “Y * a nd of J. T. Willis and
hereby request and urge the citizens • ^ a ^> south by lands of D.
of said City to make proper observ- England, west by Bill Heath
ance of that week by a liberal pa
tronage of the air mail service.
In witness whereof, I have here
unto set my hand affixed my seal,
this 9th day of May, 1938.
W. E. MARSHALL,
Mayor, City of Reynolds.
A f fae-f •
H. C. Whatley, Clerk.
Watkinsville, Ga., May 6.—Fire
early Friday destroyed the 52-year-
- old Oconee county court house at a
had accidentally knocked a hose from , loss of more than thirty thousand
small gas stove. The bodies were ] dollars, partially covered by insur-
discovered by J. W. Pickard, owner | ance.
of the shop.
HEADS GUARD BODY
Macon, May 9.—Major J. W. Bar
nett, of Macon, 121st Infantry, is
president of the National Guard As
sociation of Georgia. He was elected
at an organization meeting here Sun
Other officers are Capt. Sterling B
Howard, of Atlanta, 122nd Infantry
vice president, and Lieut. P. W. Mar
tin of Macon, 121st Infantry, secre
tary-treasurer. The new organization
plans a meeting Sept. 4.
MISTAKEN FOR BURGLAR
OFFICER, WATCHMAN, SHOi
1 Efforts to fight the flames were
! impaired as Watkinsville has no city
water system. Last week citizens vot
ed a bond issue to build a municipal
water works plant.
FALL FROM MULE
KILLS PAVO BOY
Moultrie, Ga., May 8.—Thrown
from a mule as he was returning to
his work after his noonday meal,
Zuba O. Thompson, 15, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Thompson, Pavo,
was almost instantly killed. The ani
mal he was riding became frightened
and as the boy was thrown he was
entangled in the harness and dragged
some distance. His skull was fractur
ed and he was otherwise injured.
Atlanta, May 7.—-A night watch
man was kille-t and a city detective
was wounded -Saturday night when
each was mistaken for a burglar.
Police Captain S. J. Butler said the
detective, R. T. Denny, 47, was
wounded in the right th'gih with a
charge of buckshot when he investi
gated an anonymous report that a
lunch room was being robbed.
The watchman, listed as Charles
Knight, 52, was shot down * few
minutes later by police reserves after
they had battered their way into the
rear of the restaurant. He was struck
by several bullets, one of which
pleaded guilty to the charge of penetrated’ his abdomen.
fraudulent use of the mails and was
sentenced to serve two years in -a
Federal penitentiary according to
reports. Parker was arrested in Tif-
ton early in February and has since
been held in Camilla jail. In addi
tion to fraudulent use of the mad.
Parker also received two bicycles by
Capt. Butler said the watchman
saw Denny moving about and opened
fire with a shotgun. Knight was to(
bewildered to come out of lh‘- build
ing and pistol fire followed.
Knight died shortly after l/'-ir-g ad
mitted to a hospital. Itermy was de
scribed as painfully, but not seriously
Levied 1 upon and to be sold as
property of Mrs. Carrie Ewing
satisfy a tax execution for state ai
county taxes for the years 1934, 19l
1936 and 1937. Levy made and n
turned to me by J. M. Downs, L. |
Also at the same time and plau
Three acres of land, more or less, I
the Town of Butler, Taylor Count!
Ga., and more fully described as l|
, ru ,„ M „ xt >°ws: -Bounded on- the north by
TWO MEN DROWN alley, south by lands of Mrs. R.
NEAR GAINESVILLE Scandrett, west by lot of Jack —
- ard. and east by pUblic road. Situal
Gainesville, Ga., -May 6.—Two men jP the morth-east section of
drowned Thursday when their boat A own- Levied upon- and to be s-_._
sank barely ten feet from shore in . ® property of Wiley Walker to :
Terrell’s lake, on the Lula highway, a ^ ax execution for state 1
Sheriff A. W. ‘Bell reported. , c S unty taxes f °r the years 1934,19
The victims were Barney Small- : J® 3 ® and 1937. Levy made and '
wood, 32, Gainesville textile woi’ker, - turned 1 to me by J M. Downs, L.
and A. B. Edge, 30, of Gainesville. | Also at the same time and- plaJ
Sheriff' Bell said the men appar- 1 Three and one-half acres of la
ently were well out near the middle more or less, lot No. 107 in the 13r
of the lake before they realized the land' district of Taylor County, 6|
boat was leaking dangerously. They and more fully described as folloi
then headed for shore, one paddling bounded on the north and east
while tlje other bailed, and had but a lands of Mrs. Harmon, south by lai
few feet to go when the boat sank in of O. M. Wiliams, west by lands
deep water. Neither cculd swim. The David' Peterman. Levied upon and
bodies were found by Gainesville be sold as the property of Jack r<
'ivers after a search of several cock and wife to satisfy a tax exi
SCHOOL TRUSTEES’ ELECTION
BILLION DOLLAR FARM
BILL GETS APPROVAL
Washington, May 9.—The senate
approved Monday expenditure ol
more than $1,100,(XX),000 next year
It sent the agriculture department
appropriations bill back to the house
for consideration of nearly$60,(XK),(KK)
in items added by the senate. The
measure was approved without a
The senate designated $500,000,000
to be used in paying benefits to
farmers who comply with the new
crop control act. This was $16/100,000
larger than the amount voted by the
Before the vote Hen, Vandenberg
(ft. Mich ) charged that government
farm exoi-nditures had Increased six
fold n I.),/. )ast decade without ap
pro' abb- imorovement In the fioanrial
condition of farmers.
An election will be held in Butler,
Reynolds, Rupert, Mauk, Cross
Roads, Crowells, Central, Wesley and
Turner School Districts June 17,
1938, for the purpose of electing
trustees to fill all vacancies that
have occurred on the boards of trus
tees, by expiration of terms, or other
The election will be held at the
place and in the same manner that
tion- for state and county taxes
the years 1934, 1935, 1936 and 191
Levy made and returned to me by|
M. Downs, L. C.
This the 11th day of May,
JOHN M. BONE, Sheriff!
Taylor County, Georgf
There wiE be sold at public ou^
to tihe highest bidder for cash,
tween the legal hours if sale
the court house door in Butiler, Rj
, , , ., tor County, Georgia, on the "
other elections are held in the said , Tuesday in- June, 1938, being 1
school districts. seventh day of June, 1938, the foll°|
Only qualified voters will partici
pate in the election.
All returns will be properly
sealed with names of managers writ-, 12th land district of said 1 State
ten across the seal, and filed with i County. Said' land levied upon as’
the County School Superintendent to ' property of Eugene Adams, defel
he consolidated by the -County Board ant in fi fa, to satisfy an execut-l
of l-M-ic-twin | n their regular meeting •' issued from the Superior Court 1
lug described property, to-wit:
One-half undivided- remainder
terest i n lot of land No. 123 in 1
to lie held July 5, 1938.
Done by order of the Taylor Coun
ty Hoard of Education in regular
meeting this third day of May, 1938.
W. T. RUSTIN, C. S. S'.,
Taylor County, Georgia.
said County, in- favor of Mrs.
Garrett against Eugene Adams-
Property pointed out by plain 1
This 11th day of May, 1938
J. M. BONE, She riff-
Taylor County, Geon