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......,,j DEDICATED TO THE UPBUILDING AND ADVANCEMENT OF CLINCH COUNTY 43, Number 31. Homerville, Clinch County, Georgia, Friday, June 24, 1938. Established in 1894 : p Dlckerson kDeath Clanns L( New Highway WorkState Seeks or Legislature F.C. NEWSY PANAGRAPHS ii Making Headway! 25 Million Share I -- II SHORT PARAGRAPHS OF INTEREST CONCERNING OUR !l "" [ STATE SENATOR AND FORMER CITIZEN OF HOMER-:II '~'"I .......... T" " ....... I'~N ~ HIGHWAY WEST OF TOWN AL- WILL SEEK SOME OF NEW MEMBER SEEKS Is VILLE DIED THIS WEEK AT i li m~ ~nnu~x~, ~i~ ~ ~,~ m,~ v ]IM-OST COMPLETED TO LANIER DEAL'S BILLIONS FOR STATE OLD SEAT HIS HOME IN STILSON ~ ................~ ..... ...... .~=__ .... __~ ..................... ---S COUNTY LINE INSTITUTIONS , ' -- i 11. ~ -- ~I ......... ~ ..... ,_n~I Robert L Cowart, Clinch county[ Mrs. H I Cliffs automobile was Work o., the ~onstr,,ctin-.~of the .... x,~, ~ ~ ~n. ulcKerson nas Jus~ ~'I'IL~UN, ~a.~rancis ~w~a u~ _~. " ~ " ~ ..... " " :'" ~--- "- ~ -~--f the ,. ~ ~ ~ ,-L~~--=l~rop ,~eorgm m native son wno nas vecome prom s~olen recenuy xrom In zron~ o formal announcement of Rozier, 51, a member of a large and - new state highway west of Homer- seeking $25,000,00 as its share of t ...... ............. inent in Waycross, has just been e- Marion Hotel in Blackshear, and was rifle to the "-ni ....... n -o ..... , - ne le slature tram rommen~ iamll (lied at nls name ......... . ,.a er ~oun~y ~ e g- tho zeueral ~overnmen~ s new Ioue - . gl ~ P .... Y" ...... ;lectea vice-presiaent oz ~he Georgia found four days later a~anaoneu in" to T ~keland i ......... i-- "~ -'- ~ .., o,, .. ,, -- ann the same appear~ here at mldmgnt iuesaay, t~ea~n ........ . . ~, ........ , $ a.~ , ~ ptu~tg~ ~k; tu ~i billion-collar snefla-loan nro~ram. . . -- d~vmmn of the T. P. A., at ItS annu- and wire two zlat t|res m l~OUlSVllle, t . * . - " " of the NEWS. was the result of a stroke suffered ............ s ........ ~very satrsfa4tory manner, and the: according to Governor Rivers, who the ........ ~_'~ . , ,_~ ;al convenuon neld]n AUgUSta ~m Miss. three escaped convicts tramnew hi~hwa,- i~ now o~-- t^ *r-vel ...... : . - entries closeo on ~ne ~atureay nlgn~ . ^.]. ~_^_.~ ........ . ............... .~..~ ..~e 8 j ~ p~ ~ ~ ~t llS~;ea Improvement projec~ ann a- ~ne Mr. Dmkerson quahfied ~A~ v~; ..... ~-^~- .... a~, 2~' I_ . .~Y ........ ~ west~ard toSuw&~noochee Creek, mounts as follows: O . , -'--" "" .... ~ ""~ ~"" ~'~"" "z "', -- being ~ne cnleves, l~Ilorts were mace i " " : fflce but withheld hls an- ~u~ ~ W~vno~vH]~ ~e was the son' . . - ..... I ........... .a d stance ofabout eight or mne~ Fifteen mflhon doIIars, eleemosy- en" .... ~ ........." ........... A ~arge ~oa~ line tram r~ew ur-~ to s~eal ~wo o~ner automobiles tne miles west ofHomerville Th ...... : - ", ," : ~ until thin weeg. : of the late B. F. Rozier, and had leans, La., to Bainbridge, Ga., has same night from in front of the ho-;roa~ in*ersects with ~i-~----- ~[~*:lnary nu~mmg program: ...... u~g for the office Mr. Dick- been a resident of Stilson for nine ~ ........... n h~ th~ Indenendnt ~1 i ~. ~ ..... ,~ ~,,~ oo ~.~i TWO and one-naI~ mnnon aouars, e - . ~ ..... ~-~ -," -- ...... a point z~ roues west oi ~own, ann ni rsit it i eks an office held by him years an was held In h~gh esteem ;~ ~ ........ ..,hich Kin~ of, ~ .......... u ve y bu d ng program. d . ,0- .~ .... v.....~ ~ -- C.J. ~ I - "--- tram ~nat olnt ~onows a uue east~ n milli ~ewas first elected to the by the people of the commumty.. DeFuniak Springs, Fla., is owner, i Walter Thomas, for several years an~ west li~e to the Lanier county's, O~,,o on dollars, state market ~_~epresentatives in 1932,: Formerly, Mr Rozier operated a Storage tanks of one million gallons~ Clerk of the Federal Court in Way- ~-~' m(~-oaa run~ ,hr....-~. ~.~.---:.-~=]'"~'-~'"'.~"'- ....... ~34 he was elected to the large farm and naval stores business capacity have been erected at Barn- cross is a candidate for Judge of tier or column of land lots that Hem- ~,no,~ ,,o,ore~.4.n, ~ y ~nousana te~ f, rom th~ dmtnct:.. He but due to dechnmg healthhe, dis-I bridge. The boatscome upthe Fhnt!Superior Courts of the Waycross erville is situated in, westward to ! Seven hundre an~ fifty thousand , w me ~enate wi~nou~ continued his naval stores DUslness River from the Gull el ~v~ex~co, to Circuit, opposing Judge M. D. Dick- the -o,~nt~, line which is the district]~^~ ............. ~-"--- ~--:~: .... ", ~t bein the first time his farm I .... ~ ....... ' ........ ~ v--~- ~,,~,-g a~ . g but continued to operate . Balnbrldge. l erson of Douglas, who seeks re-elec- line I MiP~d~-eville " ~ad ever been elected Sena-Mr Ro~ier leaves a large familyi ~,tion to his third term Judge Dick-: T'ho now road is well built and al '~ ~ ~-~-' ..... : ......... . i .. -- one iIlllliOll an ilve nunure o u,S CO " "__. . . . . ~ - .... " a tn us- unty without opposI i_Bes]des hm .wife, Mrs: Elta Aldridgei A. hosmry factory has been openeuI erson was first elected in 1928 for ruest perfectly level for eight miles, land dollars, armory buildings thru- . ~Rozier, ne is survives oy tour aau- up in waycross ny ~ne waycross:an unexpired term of two years, It will be when comnleted nerhans ,.,,, ,h^ oo,~ ~;: this-year will-be between: ghters, Mrs. W. C. Kight, Waycro~s; Manuf actur!.ng_Company, a new con:;then re-elected in 1930 and in 1934. ithe longest straight level stretch of I'"Three to'~four million dollars, state :nson an- Mr A L Barn- Misses Lorena, Louise ann t~uoy cern ~ne z~rst noslery was sold a~, '-"-~ ---'- '~ .... i-- ~ - " - u " s " 1 tilson on son F C ucti~n ~rec ntl and the roceeds :mgnway ~[.~ ~urg ~ t Par~ ~mprovement program. Be announcement was fir t Romer, al of S , 0 a , q Y P The recent Mitchell county Grand The bmd~e across Suwannoochee The P-ove~no~ .-^~,~+ ..... ~,, ~a ~e 5he NEWS a few weeks RozIer, Jr., a.studenV atthe Umver-ig~ven to clwc enterprises. I Jury got around Lamar Murdaugh's Creek will be completed by about ldition to the 25 million dollars should h.:ne campmgn tar cne oz- ~yo~. t~eorgm; ms. mo~ner, ,~virs~_~:[ ....... ~ ~: .... !oraer zornlamng pu~ucauon el lOyal August lst., according to those in he spent in this state throu,gh schools, -ruly negin in earnest lor F. Kozler, waynesv]lle; ilve oro~ners, u]~-ur~nmg upu~ ~ u~ ~,~ x~v~=iola-age rolls, vy oraering ~ne puoli-: charge The entire ~ro~eet both of ~oa C~. ~,~ ,th~ ~c,o~,.;e~ -.ks yet it is very likely that W. R Rozmr, New Lacy; W. A. county at Offerman, resulted m.catmn along with their General ~-~adin~, and brid~,e buildin~ is be I ~ldates will wa~e a very in- Rozier, Waycross; H. P. Romer str~kmg bedrock gramte at a depth Presentments of the old-age roll of ~,~, ~^ ....Newsc - ~ ~ ~ne with convict-labor. The araPalgn for the office lLeesburg, Fla; J M and E W43 5 feet recently Natural gas had the,rcounty The roll showing names state orison cam- near town con- Lmns Club i Rozier of Brunswick; fivesisters been found in. sufficient quantity! and amounts paid each, had been .- .~ ~ 2"- . .' . . I r ercial use but no oil As a" . i sm~s o~ a zorce oz anou~ one nunaredl #N ,,~..~, Mrs. J. R. Aldridge, Valdosta; M s.. for comm furnished as required by law, by the men Pr-m~tb, ~t ~i~h~ o'~Io~ -n ~-n- -Ur bacco Tom J Peek, Gulf Hammock, Fla.; result of the gramte rock operations county welfare officer " ~ "" e4 ! 1_ J ................... " I The road is now virtually cam- day night, a flock of hungry hens ' Mrs J l~ wooaland, ~uiamI, l~la ;~ nave been suspenuea and ~ne we~ I ~ ' /N__ ~ / . I " " " "~" " " .... i ^i" " a t ~ pleted to the Lamer County hne could have been seen stalking the ~t~ rs R J Barnett Kansss ~y, me , cappea ~ne ~tmer can u i womp ny The mu h are rap t.onall:lon M . .. '. ...... "" .'. ....... i . . c :fe ,d C. I.O., a radical with the exception of the Suwannoo-lclub ho~se There wss no unexcused and Mms Thee Kozmr at lvimmi, r~a was oomg ~ne urunng. I semi-political laoor split off from ch^- "-"~ ............ ~" "" ...... " " " - tse ~r~uge project. ~raalng IS now~mralness and nuc one roaring zeline Funeral services were held yester- the American Federation of Labor, going on in Lanier county on to the i in regular attendance was absent J.M.__PURDOM__ day at 10 o'cloc]~ at the residenceCongress adjourned last week-end has about come to grief if one may junction of the already-paved Lake-Iwithout acceptable excuse ~ia-]'lc ida tobacco crop with the Rev. Lon L. Day, pastor of after a long, hectic session. Congress- judge by its recent rebuffs at the land-Pearson highway one mile east~ The following "Kings of the forest" Weeks of showery wea-~ Immanuel Baptist Church, Savannah men were anxious to* get home and hands of votes and by congress. Its of the Alapaha River. The convicts feasted on the 'ldll" (fried chicken) May 28th made won- officiating Burial was in Oakland repair their political fences. Many candidates in the recent Pennsylvania iare transported back and forth ev-'~provided by Lion John Harris and Democratic pmmary lost out by wide During two weeks of cemetery, Waycross. i of them have hot fights on their . . :cry day from Humerville to their i his lionesses:---F. E. Barren, F. A. margins even with President Roose .... " "" ers were A 'hands, especially among those who .... " work with three or four big trucks. I Brink, J. R. Gay, R. D. Hannah, Weather which crops began Tne active panoear : a~d cropping and curing D Sowell, H C McEleveen, Deese are classed as independents in their celt's support: In other states they! A number of wide ditches are be-Jno. R. Harris, G.. C. Hughes, Sr., " " e , respective parties Well under way last week Brown, Horace Taylor, A. B. Burns d! ' ' . nave su~zerea ueIca~s recentlyin ..... mg dug sometimes for a halt-hale G. C. Hughes Jr., F. W. Jermgan, M. congress last week they attemptedo 1 ions, but not, of course, in: and Donnie Warnock. The honorary ~ r anger at various points along the B. Matthews, W. Q. Walker and to dictate laboz legmlation during h~ hw "' r were ~'r J M Mc ~ Among the important bills passed " " " . " "g ay, to keep the ponds drained. 'Queen Lioness, the regl~lar musician These first c:;~ge:irat~:,pauoeare s : -. - the closing days of the sesmon but Sam o the la seem to be o , Eleeven of Brooklet, Lannie Sire-' by the recently-adjourned congr.ess : e f p ces when excavations,Mrs F. W. Jernigan. quality, i mons, Dr. Paul Franklin, Col ClevelWas the huge naval mu approprla~- got an open rebuff from the Demo-ihave been made on the side - *" 1 " ~ . . oz tne. There }was much meouwing and Jones and Dr. R. H. J. DeLoach, all ing one. bdhon one hundred fifty- crat~c party leaders and others, l hIghway to get dirt with which to ele- purring over a program of high class has been cnsiderablYlof Statesboro and J E Strickland seven mllhons of dol)&rs for a larger .... e " vate the surfs e of the hi hwa ale ' ' g Y, "~ entertainment which is tentatively duringnrmallYlastthrughUtweek the cropthel ~ ..... X~ershn " " . I warships,; navy" The26ProgramauxiliaryCallScraftsfOr and46 new950 W.E. Davis, who until last w~nter, unusually deep, being six and eight offered the people of Clinch and ,~d for lack. of rain. Some; ...... Mincy Funeral Home ~vas ms. planes, .... ann is aes~gned to put Uncle :::ni~a%~:ar~e~mS~?ltr, i:I sL~erte feet deep m some. instances. These surrounding counties through the ~gan showing up somewhat cnargo oz arrangements.--waycros ....... z, ~ gu ~ v . are mace so usually at the request~Lions club by a ~roun of entertainers in" tobacco crops~ last week,, Journal-Herald. tions~am Onwhicha parareWlmarmingme ~uropeanso feverishlyna" Court at Blackshear. last Monday,. .~ of land-owners, with the ho'-e-~ ~ ~,,~*~'-*'~ tz" .... tam group" at'2" performers" is" ~nd Judge Dmkerson sentenced him;these places will hold water for cat-brousht to Homerville, the people earedwill nOWbe hght.that the, averagel, GA PRESS GROUP TO AID ~ _ .. oz severe drouth. WllX ........... oe g~ven~ ample notice through I for war. ~ serve tour re seven years m ~az- tle in times IN ILLITERACY DRIVE~ " when auditors charged him up with'WORK RESUMED ON I T r i " nail Prison. Davis resigned last fall) ~th NEW~" a .... e ~ nd otnerwlse commenced again in some,] ; i~evy Rozier was put to death last he e s another piece of business at in all sections the first! "TLANTA ~ The GecI 'a Friday at Tatnall Prison for the a $6,000 shortage. He admitted the I FARGr~ ~ ' " of this week. i" A . .-77.( , ).. . 'g~, criminally assaulting of little girls ........... --- ' ..... "~ that is receiving much thought from tress Association s otter ~o ass s, . . . . snormge nu~ claimed ne Uld no~: .. , .... , et waycross tie went to his death ------- Ileaders in the Lions Club an from know how it came about, and demed The Manl,, Constr.-~qo- ~ ....... d i m the state s campmgn against flhte:-.. - " - i '-- ~ u~ ~ ~umpauy " i " " " Meeting I ........ ~t_lner con:fessmg or aenyng the using, any of the mane,, Noverthe- -- +~.o,~+ ..... +t,,, ~o .. . all indentions there will be ~mport- acy, recently maoe tnrougn rl'C-~'- At Church fm~dreTc: dent Jure N. Moore, of Mflledgevdle" ........... ct.n~e but complaining he had_: ..... not less ~he pled-guilty when brought to jo~ on~ the ~Iom'ervil;e:~:l:goPtV~g~ ant news to be g~ve.n out at a later ......... nad a ialr trial, l-lis wlze and little ............ "~uate wnen present plans are brou ht ~;rlal. Juage l)Icgerson allowed nlm wa,, resumed ---ark -n "~ .... -'--" "~- ~ " g has been accepted ny tne ~ate uoarA ........ " , ~, w v ~,,~ projec~ ~ne a little near " ' of Education ~ cnuuren ann ageu morner were per- 30 days at liberty underbond to first'of June Pavin was comme e er to frmtmn by means es which corn d, " i mitted to visit him a few hours be- " ....... " - g nc d so devious as to be known and under- I[Wmd up nls azzalrs nezore commenc- at the lower end coming towards stood onl ~ ....... ~ - ~ Of God several da~s~ INCOME fore he was put to death mg to serve hm sentence. Homervllle Rams are ~mpedlng" " the y vy me zavored ~ew wno ~,~ GAIN I ' are on the inside It is enough now to R. J. Medley,! , ! ~" work somewhat at present However sa'- that it has to "o with im .... e of God evangelist I the co ractor " ~ o p~uv - -- . I ATLANTA---(GPS) An lncvease~ nt s hope to be through Ga., doing the preach-; - i~'~ | ~ f . . ments for Homerwlle. , l of $118,139.36 in income tax co,lec- Annual Meetmg I with the 3ob by next fall - mv-O#aaaem " I Mr. Shaw Perasall of the Manley I -, . .. I tions for June 1 15, compared to the,, .. _ , , _ _ " , ...... '' 7i{i i - Fo] estry A Smalhst In 40 Years! Mr A P iOtT,A:h?E:y i uonstruction Co., was the honored '~eh~tbhl~Ce ;:lig ~m~:e:indla~lleYe?rco~leacSt:: o~rt:L 510~tTS farmerlgUest of the club. . . , -, " . . r ~-' whichwill p o Y ternal revenue for Georgia. The WAYCROS~--'~you have never ~TT.a~"va ~, mh ..... ~.^~ who lives four relies south of Hem- HULL HEADS GA ALUMNI ~u~ghnexLTweeK~^~ )June collections or second install';ha-~ a n~rt in one of Edo Miller's)of'raflw'~,'~'~.:~v'.:~..-~':~._"~,~:~'erville, brought in thee first sweet-f , I ments on curent taxes tota!ed.$2, ~famous "shore droners' then, by all lStates in A,,ril was the smallest re-!ptates of the season, when hei ATHENS, Ga.--(GPS) Jsjnes M. . )613,790.10, compared to COltecuonsimeans get your name in the pot f orI~orte~ at an-- +~--^ --:*~-'- ~ .... !brought in a paper-sack full of well-: Hull, of Augusta, has been installed M. Parker and daughter for the corresponding pemod last ~rednesda,, July 13th (not Friday) I_vear .... ~o ~oao ..... m,,~, *,~ developed potatoes to the NEWS as 1938-39 pre ~dent of the UmveP- , an " ) " " 4 an " ~' ~ ' ~" ......"~, ......... ~ ..... ~ . d Mrs. J. F.. Barnhlll year. which totaled $2,495,650.7 , ..~hen he will serve one of the best l st~tln~i~ ~...o-,~,~]~o~a..~ ~h,, ..,~+h~ ~o~h,,~..I.,... sanctormm this week.. Mr. R. A. sity. of Georgia alumm. E. E. ~mp- ~ed after spending several increase of 4.8 per cent The total ever for the Slash Pine ForestrYlA~,e ann ma~ ,,,,~u~ ~.. "~'~.,~Thomas "of Homervflle, followed kin, of Athens, and Hollis Lanier, of ~aeir cottageat Ferrmn-I, gain for the two periods this year A~ociatidn's annual meeting ~This]ra~lroaa~t~iv~" .... ~ ........ !closely behind with some more thatAlbany were named on the boar of r I "' ............. d is $295,332.42 .... +~.,lor feast will ,be known as l l were not qmte as large, j of manager~ .. I 1~a'~'~ "~ T " ~" ~-.~.~v~ , for he number of railway employees - " Edo s Famous sea-FoOd Feed ..................... ,v. ........... . .-.-- I oecllned In Aprll tO I#1;~,O70, the ~.~ .. 11~ ~,~ o Forestry I~'OIKS. ~ -. Metho&st Pastor Here Through the courtesy of Gee. T. smallest ]n any month of the depres-tiatmau ~ounty Rehab. Farmer .'~ . 11 _ IT___*______ ~J~'=~____L__~.2____ (Rives, vice president of The Downingl~:n :oJ:rin~:Pc~:WOUSlOW ::corni ~[|]_*.~_ I~__~L]_ ~ . Irt* All |ell e of SPEA s most l , I~, wne me ~l][l~ oa~u cmeves umque epum I Company, and on , ' - -. . l e uespl e uaas ....... --. ~entnusms~ic directors, in extendin~'numner~, was 919,881. . The numner~ . _ in to be of employees m July, 1937, the last ~m re nt l n en the mvltatmn for the meet g R I IL " feature sto~y ce . vent him from taking a sw'ft i v -f ~ " " -" - - "- - [before adv ..... : .................. t E DSV LE, rGa.--Carter B. cooperated with the supervisors, they i~ :tl~e daily pre~s eou. tory of his church and ~arsonage:held at Brunswlc.~., and mamn.g at- made last ~Je:~ ~was"~.~lw~'ges Wth:' Collins, of Tattnall county, was once I obtained good results, not only with r~r Homerville Metho- and noting improvements that could rangements for tne zeea ann tne , . . ~ .. '_ . ".'^~.'~.'--~: l a debt-free farmer owning his farm', the crons, but in the nroduction of , larges~ since uctoner, it, ll The de - " , a I lace to hold the meeting, a real ~l is repredu.d in tlMs be made with st small outlay of p - ,! - t cline from Jul 1937 to A"ril 1938"Iand plenty of equipment and live-;meat, and l~'oultry and dairy products ~t of t~ many frlendsI money. )treat is in store for al~..w.no attena.I +!.,.~,.,.,~ ...... ~Y o~ ~'~ ^~ ,,:~ ~ ..^". stock. 'iBut depression farm prices,, for home use, and fruits an vege- .~tll S he business session Wl|l oe neld m -"~-~---~, ,',,,,o -*~-,~-~, vr ,.,, o p~, , ires lmr~._._Editor. I In the nearly twenty years he ha IT " _ . .i I .... " i sickness and doctor s bills, and even,tables for eating and for canning. - ------- " I been a preacher Brother Marshall the moving picture theater at the l~e"~" )the loss of his house and furniture ~'-~ "--r +~'" ~---- v ..... ~+.. ~ ~NA CAIN DANIEL l has built more churches than any tGlynn County C .., . . . m .I The terrific dechne since last by the fire almost wrecked thin pros-, mlni~rati~n h~ m~d~ th,~ ~,~li~ tha '~_' Ga.-~--The MethodistI other one man in these parts---actu-I Island, opening at ten o'ctocz, anaI July has been due principally, of' peruos farmer. ~"~=:.."-~-.':=::.,'=:.: ~;:.-_-~...':1.'~_=.~':.'-=.=.'.- .~!Ultman has had many l ally built them. He has never beenI vnll adjourn for lunch at o e o clock. I course, to the dechne of general i The real story, however, m the ~a th~ e~untv ~nn~vt~i~ haw h~ ~e seventy-five years oflpastor at a place where he did not In addition to this good teed to~business and traffic", the Railwaylcourageous uphill fight made by the',edth~m-wo-r~" o-u~-th-ei-r-~--roble'ms"'v out | e en'o e b all wno get their ,, ........ ~. the last one was the leave the church building or the p~r-~b ~ y d y _ ~Age said. But the evidence that it Collins family in the past few years,] ~. ~.~. ~ .... ,..... ~ .... .~. ~ng Parson" we have ] sonage in better physical condition names in the pot, a real constructive has also been largely due to the ad- ! daring "w'bich( they have inurested ~ ,:,.,, m~ ,~-,.~ .... ,;, ,~ ...... ~To Key or str am will be conducted v .... " 'east of ~elasvlue on tne t~lennviHe M. M. Marsl~all andtthan when he came, and he has help- f e y pr~,r~ ..... [ ance m wages m~conslumce. In Aprll'the~r net worth by more than $1,3001h~,h -o~.. X, ~.^m ..... ~+~.,o~. ~a ut~ to him the full four ed other places, little towns to build in which all wtto wren ~ nave a par~ i i~ spite of the reduction of employees and have really begun to enjoy life ~, -.s .... ~, ---:..--~ .... :- ....... ~o .,,,, . ~ , . acres ~tlS prlnclpal CaSh cro Is to- ~eadist,-~reacher may, stav., cl~rdhe~s, de~gi ning ~uitable, build- ,] may do so. There Wm.e nO~ts oe anYa their net operating income was only'l again. , I ba~o, ....... but he al~o ~w~2 .... ~m~P~ t;ot-- , charge, but now he has ings and helping the building cam- lang addresses but subj c of extr $9,234,000 as compared with more Mr Collins condition in 1934 was ..... ~ ...... " ~erre ~ i l interes will be discussed ' " ton. tie Knows me value oz a sauna, ~a d to Sandersvflle. )mittees to make out a hst of ms-ispec a t am in thi er than $19,000,000 in April, 1933. The lbrought about by a series of unfor-t.live=t home" pro~,~am, raising _ rshall as he was called lterials and buy them econemicaHy. Watch for the progr s pap inevitable result of continuance of tunate circumstances beyond his con . ~ .............. ~e ' . l . ~vege~smes xor ~ne xamny ~o ea~ ann here, whether a mere-I It m doubtful if he knows how manylnext week. . .. I net operating raceme at art unprec- trol. First came the fire, and then ............ - -'h- -- ,'~Ock or not, was a build- ] churches he. has had a hand in build-] All members of the Assoclauon and edentedly low level will be continu--! doctor's bills began to pile up. To .semng enough ~o nuy o~ er grocv~c- ~ractor some years before/ing or remodeling, t their friends, and any wno are m- ance of reduction of the number of add to his woes, farm prices dropped:mS." ........ ' Preac h ca uit a the' terested m the sub3ect that ~s so prom' em lo ee ~ o o~ Tnere are rune cnnuren, ~ne young e h. He laid down his/When e me to Q " m n " ." " , p y s. !to such an extent that he c uld n , : ..... s~ n mentl before th~s southeastern sec ,, ,, est being ~:~ve and tne Oldest 19, Mrs ,~ g s and studied for the)Methodist Church was a comfortable " y ' " I ............ t longer make ends meet. I ......... " . ~ ,. omer worus reuuctlon oz era- . en ion ust now forestry are mvlte I , , COllins dma anout a year ago and the he" di~ somethin~ he frame structurewith Sunday school t" j-- --- d ........... Just when ~t appeared that all was _ , . wante4 ~ ~ h~ ~,~ntlroam~ hnt it ws~'~t very modern to attena this meeting. And those lP.mymen~ can ~e steppes on|y ny lo~t th~ ~.ollins familv was taken on'husekeeping was left in charge of age to the oly L nd, lin design and the congro tio.;who will want to o*Y the shore are e TreZcltTreo? y:r' o ?' ; the rural rehab.itatio proem, andthe older rls, of hich the are' Untr re ueste to address a postal card g , ,, ,, I three Y. When he return- thought it would do much better with q d ,, 261 364 em "o . . ' . .ioffered a chance to start over . l sett ~ an t , pl yees wno nave los~ i- led down to his new ~ a new brick building It would take :, to SPEA, Waycross, d say-- pu ~ their ......... ~" I The rest is a familiar story Money l County Farm Supervisor William " " , i ,, jays since las~ duly must oe ~ " i m~g a pastor and he is a~, a lot of money and during the de-I my name and address n the pot. l~.~;-..;..- +^ ~. ..... :o~,~,,~ .... +,lwas loaned for the purchase of food,. R. Mallard calls the Colhns family n ull details next week ~'"'""~ ~" "~ ~'""~, ..... ~ ....... " " he I pression no one had the heart to me -F " I whethe th-i ..... feed, fertfllzer, equipment, and live-I one of the finest he has ever ~ld ~ i r e r umon leaaers are iOl-) . . , could not forget ~ts tlon raining money I ............. stock In addltmn, county t~trm and ~known. And the same sentiments are ) WANTED mwmg poncles tnat are promoting ' . " rex re se " builder He could l Two eld ladies had left the church I~ ..... ,, l home supervisors helpe~ the family, p s d by M~ss Nelle M. Robinson, ~ d ~nelr welzare, a~ leas~ i ,~ i People about those $1,000 for the building fund and an-~ Wanted: A few boarders or woul I " work out suitable plans and put them ~ former Tattnall county home super- not built with hands other member had left another $1,000 consider renting an apartment. I .... into operation. Because all members visor, and Mrs. Anne Ezzell, the