|ar Tension Still Holds.
President on Fishing Trip
1 CHURCHES SUNDAY
I * a.wTsnecid Ambw-
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^ «th hU Chlel toO«-
■ London the
i "l was awaited. Word
1 that von aitbentrop wa*
3 hack to London oarry-
A£«l* totho I-xgmo
lv powers’ PropogS^- | j^. Horace Smith, the pastor,
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jer propoo*^^ — ir “~*
The celebration of the Holy Com
munion will be at 8 o’clock, the usual
moraine prayer aervice with sermon
at 11:30. Rev. F. H. Harding, Rec
tor, will conduct both services.
♦hat International. evening service of the church. The
lttt . ^ Rhineland but sermon topic at the morning hour
h f lait the door open I* will be, “Hie Itonlnc ot Wtrldll-
. neeotlaUona. The
, said were [
any counter propo»l»,| .
tbbentrop’a plane «n»»o », Th. aenrthM at the church
in , the London AUporv* ^ ^ Md bo(h mocnln( >nd
utei previously, hhwewj.lewnln*. Her. James 1L Tend, the
ague council bnd partor, will pmch at both service,,
it tamo* ryrther «tl« «
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ELECTION HBJ) IN WILKINSON
COUNTY LAST WEEK
Irwin ton, Ga^ March 23.—A coun
ty election was held in Wilkinson
county on March 19th.
Judge J. E. Butler defeated his
oppooent, Glen B. Asbell, in the rw
for Ordinary. Judge Butlar had ;
majority of 248 votes. Judge Butler
has been Ordinary of Wilkinson
county for the last 37 years with
the exception of only two terms.
Mr. E. S. Mills was elected Coroner
He received 752 votes, Mr. Thomp
son 476 and Mr. Batchelor 221.
Sheriff Sanders won his race
again. Mr. Sanders received 871
votes, Mr. Hayer received 441 and
Mr. Sims 135.
Tbe following were re-elected
without oppoHtkai: Mr. J. F. Blood-
worth, school stKwrintandenfc Mr.
O. W. Bell, tax collector; Miss Mary
Alice fljttlrtan lax racstyr;
W. I* Council, clerk of court; J. G.
county surveyor; A. L.
Brmnan, C. C. Johnson, T. M. Foun
tain, G. M. Toney, and J. E. H
to the Locarno signatory
dramatic action followed
dramatic de .elopmente In
Mussolini, predicting the
of a new war. abolished
amber ol deputies and aU
,rivate industries. For the
r he substituted a coun-
uilds, known as the cham-
fascists and corporations.
.. order left only medium
all private industries in-
He said of large industries
•e going toward a period in
these industries will have
exclusively or almost sb,
armed forces of the na-
In further explanation he
was inconceivable that
should be made from the
facture of war materials,
markets in Milan and Rome
and losses in Major stocks
from 7 to 40 points In
selling by traders.
it adjourned in London
immittee of 13" of the Lea-
luncil ordered that a new ffi-
for peace be trmnsmit-
Italy and Ethiopia,
week the League Council
comdemned the German
ment under Hitler
breaker. The vote of the
ibled nations was
council decided Germany
i both the Locarno and Ver-
s treaty when she moved her
s into the demilitarized
eland. The condemnation
i after Von Ribbentrop had
:d the German action was
ied by France's millitary us
ee pact with Russia,
ually left up i n the air was
posal :or a super league of
which the French had
1 as the ultimate goal ol
<ed international confer-
be called to consider the
■ arising out of the pres
s Under the plan the ae
on of problems arising
he world war would
Roosevelt was this
n hi* annual fishing cruise
•hern waters. On his way
Lauderdale. Fla., to
° n the Presidential Yacht
the President stopped
Winter Park, Fla., and with
Roosevelt received honocs
College. To the Pr&7-
n honorary degree of
Literature. To Mrs.
medallion. The Presl-
e a cmblage at Roi-
< Ideals" remain
’ All We Change
• Approach.” Al-
’he New Deal's
g the peopl-
preach at tha morning aervice and
hia sennon subject will be; “The
Kind of Religion the World Needs.”
There will be no evening service.
The pastor will go to Augusta to at
tend a young people’s rally.
Catholic Char eh
Father McNamara, Priest
Sunday, Passion Sunday, morning
services at the Catholic church will
be at 11:15 and will consist of Mass
sermon, and benediction, the sermon
the fourth In answer to the ques
tion, “What Think Ye of Christ?”
will be on the subject, “God’s Be
loved Son.” No evening service.
Mass throughout the week at 7:30.
Lenten Devotions Wednesday even
ing at 8:00, sermon on this occasion
the subject “The Self-Revela
tion of Jesus.” Friday evening at 8
the Stations of the Cross.
Sam Wilkes, for a number of
years publicity agent of the Geor
gia Railroad and the West Point
Route, has been promoted to freight
traffic representative of the lines,
according to an announcement made
r. Wilkes, whose headquarters
are in Atlanta, is well known in
Millcdgeville, where he cornea often
on business. He is an honorary mem
ber of the Georgia Am association
and is held in high regard by all Its
He is the oldest official connected
with the railroad, and is one of
Georgia’s most widely known dti-
RURIED ff BIRMINGHAM
Mr. George Crawford, who grew
to manhood in this city, was laid
to rest Saturday in Birmingham,
Ala., near the scenes where he be
came one of the great steel magnate
of the nation.
Mr. Crawford, a brother of Mrs. |
Margaret Napier, completed his prep |
school education at G. M. C. and j
had many friends in this city. Re
developed the steel industry in j
Birmingham and was one of the na
tions leading executives and business
men. For many years he was th«
highest paid executive in the coun-
Mr. Crawford died in a Birming
ham hospital late Thursday night
after a short illness.
Dr. Robert L. Biggs
OFFICE RHONE 555
Hospital Macon Highway
Messrs. Bill Hartman, Frank
Chandler, Guv Smith. Clayton Wil
hite, Harry Jennings, Pierce Wal
ker. Winburn Rogers. Curtis Veal
and Buck Hall have returned to
the University of Georgia after
spending the spring holiday* at
CHRYSLER - PACKARD
IALM AND SERVICE
V. L RtUsns, Jr-
* T 11 ' Before em-(
1 dent conferred j
General Johnson Hag-'
'tripped of his!
the Eighth Army)
an d announced a.
! " 1 leave for the gen-1
a decision in hts
,Sum ° day. It was an-1
Washington that Ma-
Frank Parker had \
i.td Hnpood's succes-1
BAPTIST SUNDAY j
1 F T SUNDAY.
‘*•""1 of Harmony
‘ "'7 member is ark-
1 and come with $
■rk fm' spring ! s
School must be
a hard winter. So do
t'me, place, and date.
Special Pre-Easter Sale j|
Early Spring Print Dresses
We are closing out these dresses at recficulously low price*.
Come early and get first pick.
NEW ARRIVALS IN NEW DRESSES AND HATS FOR EASTER
Every one Priced for quick Sale
The Lawrence Shoppe
‘ 5 BaWwh. Co.,
A. j ,'T n A-ortMtal
o, Ga Sh ' 3,5 C -“»K 81.,
Its important to choose de
pendable cleaners for your
clothes, just as it is import
ant to choose, foods from
(SAYS MISS GRAY)
Use the Utmost Care in Cleaning Your Clothes and Maintain a
Dependable one Day Service.
2 DRESSES CLEANED $1
GA* MARCH M, 1588
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