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Aiken Standard and Review (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Aiken, South Carolina i m wednesday Augustio. 195s vegas steal Small Sale at Bath firm unemployed in state receive $12 million a Small Safe coming $535 was taken Nom the substation of the Tauten Carolina electric Auriga company at Bath about a a. In. Yesterday according to Aiken v. Urn Deputy Wyman Busch. A trance was gained by breaking a Hole in the Glass above the Leek in the door. Deputy Busch Anc Deputy sheriff it j thump son. Who investigated the robber said. Two men could have Cai vied the Small Safe. Busch said. Raj tech on Mommy oms were Maut Ai the substation monday Butch said the Money in tile sate represent leg cout cimons for the Day. Lights were reported seen in the building during the tune the robbery was believed to have tak i n place. The robbers locked the door cloth stat in when they left. Two persons were seen leaving the building toward Augusta in an automobile according to an of i fiend of Ute company. Totire of final discharge notice is hereby Given that i Witt make my final return to the pre Cate it due for Aiken county at his Oiler in Aiken on the to Day of september 1855. As executrix of the estate of John halos deceased and will at the same Lime ask for my final discharge. Annie Kalos aug. To. 17. 24. 31 unemployment insurance benefits amounting to $12,333,947 were paid to eligible workers in South Carolina during the 12 month period ending june 30, it was Annot net d yet osterday by the South Carolina employment Security commission. This was $1 2 million lers tha i for the corresponding i i id a Yeai and reflects improved business conditions for the past 12 months according to figures compiled by the unemployment compensation division of the employment Security commission. Benefits were paid for a total of 685.645 weeks of unemployment. This compares with benefits paid the previous fiscal year for 749.779 weeks of unemployment a decrease of approximately 64.000 work weeks. The average weekly Benefit sment for both years was $18 the average weekly number of unemployed workers receiving Benefit checks during the past fiscal veal was 13,185, a reduction of 1.234 from the corresponding period the previous year. A further indication of the improving economic situation in South Cai Olina is the substantial drop in unemployment Benefit payment during the latter part of the 1955 fiscal year. Payments in March 1955. Were $1,094,839 the payments dropped to $748,559 in june. A Ray unit at Langley this week the Mobile Chest a Ray unit will be Iii Langley wednesday and thursday local officials announce i cd the unit will be located in the Post office parking lot. And will be 14x11 from to a. In. Until noon and from 3 to 6 . Daily. In an Effort to bring about a Large turnout for the free Chest a rays boy scouts and members of tilt boys senior class of the Langley methodist Church have i intuited handbills and posters. Mrs. H. L Dennis is chairman for the Langley visit and she is assisted by mrs. Thelma Rhoden miss june Ford. Mrs. H w Lambert mrs. Joe Parker mrs. Harry Parker mrs. John Reeves miss Carolyn Reames mrs. Charles realities mrs. Odell Moody mrs. W. E dowdy. Mrs. Sam Wise mrs. W. O Matthews mrs. Leroy Galloway mrs. L. R Shirley mrs. L. B Ergle and mrs. Fred Pitts. La. Gen. Hickey assumes command of third army it. Gen. Thomas f. Mickey us-1 unwed command of the third Ai my last week. This army with i Headquarters at fort Mcpherson ga., has the army facilities of the i Southeastern states under its command. Gen. Hickey replaced 1 it. Gen. Alexander h. Bolling who i has retired from the service. Gen. Hickey reported to the i third army from the far East where he had been acting commanding general United states army forces far East. Prior to this duty he had been commander. Of the 82nd airborne division and 1 commanding general of the xviii airborne corps both at fort Bragg n. C. Writers face dilemma in picking dodgers my announcing the opening of the town Grill now open specializing in hamburgers sandwiches chops a steaks Chicken sea food breakfasts ready at 6 00 a. M. Hot lunches ready at noon Mon. Thru sat. 6 00 til 12 00 sunday 9 00 til 12 00 come in to see us army seeks 600 canines for sentries j i he army quartermaster corps in the Market for 600 German shephered dogs which will be gained for sentry duty with the United states air Force the de i paiement of defense has informed it general Thomas f. Hickey commanding general third army. The dogs Are needed in increments of about 50 per month for the next 12 Mouths. The animals should meet these specifications age one to two years males preferred females must be spayed 120 Days prior to acceptance minimum height at shoulder. 22 inches maximum. 28 inches minimum weight 60 pounds. Maximum 90 pounds any a cons Pic Ous color no Whites registration not essential must be physically and mentally sound must not be gun or noise shy. Up to $125 is paid for these dogs. Additional information May be obtained by writing remount secret. Operations Branch. Field service division office of the quartermaster general. Washington 25. D. C. Your birthday 1 tuesday August 9 a born today you have a canny sense when it comes to business Compline and Linance. You Are a Good judge of people and Are Seldom if Ever disappointed Iii your original estimate. You hav it keen. Practical mind and Seldom go into anything unless you know before hand iat it will i work Cut beneficially. You just Don t Start anything that May turn out wrong you Are enthusiastic and when you become interested in something. You Are All fired with eagerness to it finished. Your one failing perhaps is that you arc inclined to worry Over details 1 and lose sight of the Long View i if things temporarily go slightly i awry. You can Correct this if Only of will teach yourself to always i take a positive attitude. Although self reliant you Are 1 not above seeking mature advice when you face a question that needs to be solved by an expert. Cultivate the arts As a Hobby for Jou will find that music and Good literature Are important to a Well balanced life. Intensely emotional you Are not one to now your affections. You could learn to be a Little More spontaneous when it conies to love and Romance. Among those Bern on this Date Are John Dryden and Sara teas Dale. Poets Issac Walton author and naturalist Francis Scott key composer Laurent s. Juneau Pioneer Charles Farrell actor. To find what the stars Lave in store for you tomorrow select continued on Page four methodists plan family night supper on grounds tonight i Ai hers of St. Johns methodist Church will hold tier bimonthly family night covered dish supper tonight at 6 30 according to Rev. A. Mckay Brabham pastor. Members of the Church and their friends Are asked to come and join in the Fellowship supper on the Church grounds. New Jerk times plugs Cotton fete As tourist sight a the new Yolk tunes one it i the larger metropolitan news Pap la i. Era in a recent Issue mentioned the Aiken Cotton festival Asar. Went Tor tourists in the month of september. The times which is noted Foi a its conservative policy reaches i thousands daily and issues a tour a 1st Calendar of events listing the a in in a Iran ions in each Suto pm Mem know America a amp so know Farmers Quot merchants rank what american naval officer guilt one of his ships in 20 Days from Trees nearby a Lake Shore Flat a ,0 to dont j it off that savings program any longer. Start now. Yowl be surprised How quickly it adds up. See us Lur the Many Lau Knafl services that will help you so Many ways. Commodore Macdonough in Liew a cd 1612. Ii min Bank pc amp Raiken . In continuous operation since 1906 a it Ltd a continued from Page due inc Acle cuties Iii legislation 1 president Eisenhower expressed Pat ocular concent about con Giess rejecting ins Recommenda-110ns for the National guard in the Reserve program. Hard Core it was ranged int provisions be included to Pesuit a 111 d a part of Proi service personnel to lie National guard he said. He said be Bas serious doubts thai the National guard Quot can fully Anam us planned size and the standards or military proficiently and readiness that Are essential in cur mobilization planning a Unieski the Law is ameded. Before the president issued his statement Lite detente depart nit s attitude was that while he plan is not completely satisfactory la Pio ides Many valuable features ii building up me sagging Reserve particularly of me army. The president i Quested Tho unprecedented compulsory Reserve plan As an integral part of the administrations Quot new look Quot military strategy. The plan is designed to build up the Leady re Seiv forces to offset manpower reductions in the standing ground forces. State of Soi til Carolina county of Aiken in the court of common pleas summons for h a Lief Edward h. Shelton plaintiff is Rosa Lee Jordan Shelton defendant. To the defendant above named Hosa Lee Jordan Shelton you Are hereby summoned and required to an wet the complaint Iii this Ai Tion arid to serve a copy of your answer of the said complaint on the subscribers at their office in Aiken. South Carolina within Twenty Days after service Hereof exclusive of such Day of service and if you Tau to answer the complaint within the time aforesaid tile plaintiff in this action will apply to tile court for the Relief demanded in the complaint Williams amp Busbee notice please take notice that the summons amp complaint in the above entitled action was filed in the office of clerk of court for Aiken county South Carolina on August 6 1955, together with the record of All proceedings in this matter. Williams amp Busbee plaintiff s attorney rated August 6, a. D. 1955 aug. 9, 16 2i i new York. Aug. 8 Quick now of you had to pick a most valuable player on the runaway Brooklyn dodgers would it be Duke Snider Don Newcombe or Roy Campanella baseball writers entrusted till making this years Muf awards will be con fronted with the same dilemma. And wit a three such standout end dates on the ast certain Pennant winning dub. Some baseball men feel the Brooklyn votes May be split so that an a outsiders a wins Tho award. It happened last season with the Cleveland indians. I in Midwest voting delegation could not decide upon Bob Lemon. Bobby Avila or Larry Doby. And Yogi Berra of the Rew be k Yankees won the Honor for the second time in his career Snider Newcombe and Campanella each pre sen s i Strong Aase for lie Muf award his season the Duke leads to h leagues in ids batted in with up. In homers with 38. Has a 21 i a a ing average and plans a tremendous game in Center Field. Newcomber a 18-2 pitching rec Ord is tops in in majors. Not Only that but he a proved the Hest hitting Pitcher in baseball with a .378 average that includes six Home runs and 18 runs batted in. Campanella Vio already has won the a Vard twice in 1951 and 1953 currently leads the National league in batting with a .331 Mark and has 79 a big a and 24 homers. He a the Backbone of lie dodgers and rated the Best defensive Catcher in the league. If Camp should succeed in winning the Honor a third time lies la match Stan Musial of the St. Louis cardinals for most my awards since the baseball writers began choosing in 1931 in most cases the map comes from the Pennant winning club but of for some reason lits does not follow this year who Are the Hest outside prospects for the awards at the present moment. It looks like ted Kluszewski of the c no innate a legs. Robin Robert of the r Iladel shia phils and Ernie Banks of the Chicago Cuba these three stars Are saddled with the Handicap of a Lack Luster club but a1 have turned in remarkable performances. Kluszewski has a 313 batting average. 84 runs bated in and 36 homers Roberts who never yet has won i in Honor now has a 18-9 record ranks a Sophomore Phenon threatens to break about every Mark for a shorts to with 90 rib s and 37 homers. In addition. Hang regarded a Good a do Tensive shortstop As can be found others expected to pick up votes in the 10-player balloting by the 24 writers who select vie my Are Willie Mays of he new York giants last year s Winner Musial Hank Aaron and Johnny Hogan of the Milwaukee braves Ann Richie Ashburn of a if phils How does the picture shape in in the american league because of the extremely close race it appears that e map Winner also will be determined in tilt final weeks 01 the season. Their ate a Host of Orie Canell rates headed by the Detroit tigers a kids a Al Kailua an i Harvey Kuenn Early Wynn Al Situ 1 and Larry Doby of the in 5�,�?~rra and Mickey Mantle Yankees and at Leat tour red is the sure run a Connie continued from Page one ing its two crewmen. Latest advisory in the latest advisory the weather Bureau said the storm was moving in a northwesterly direction Wenle earlier it had predicted a northerly turn that might possibly have taken it to the North Carolina Virginia beat Les or out to sea. 1 ides already were running univ a be i noun Al tire wind had risen to it Milt san Houi gusts along the North Carolina Toast ii a decl lilt bulletin repeated in gent w earnings mat All precautions be taken to protect Nee and property. Edom l hoi lesion s. To gape Coo. Mass., Shore interests took Steps to minimize Conine s potentially lethal punch. Hie entire area was put on the Alert for Extension 01 Hurricane w Ai rungs confined tonight to a 150-Mue Carolina Virginia coast. Populous Long Island on populous Long Island. N. Y., civil defense director William Mccullom sent telegrams to in town supervisors to urge Ocean Iron 1 residents to evacuate theil bungalows the air Force evacuated planes from its West Hampton base on Long Island and tin naval ail station at Atlantic City n. J., sent All of its 80 Jet and proc Hor planes to Inland Points. Emergency meeting at Norfolk va., the teeming naval and shipping Center on the Northern Edge of the Hurricane alerted zone the City called an emergency meeting of officials to make plans for emergency Power in the event of a Hurricane blackout. Roving squads were to be stationed through the City to protect the water system. Connie until it began its a sit Down Quot off the capes w As tearing along the fateful path of 1954 Quot killer storms that spread death and havoc through new England and 1 veil into Canada. Quot private forecasters for insurance firms that would have to pay the Hurricane damage Bills predicted the storm would sit Ike the Nav England coast near Block i land r thursday morning. So Hies says but land continued from Page one needed for school purposes and i would be permanently used in i that capacity. Two of lie buildings Are located it Aiken. They Are the Ruml Park elementary school now being used by a full quota of St i dents during the Schoul term and in Orn a Junior i High St. Moi building at Eustis Park which is presently being used a pan it the county educational Center. The other six buildings Are scat d zu1 a a county. Two Are at new Ellenton two in n nth Augusta and one each at Jackson and Downer a a the county a an secure the buildings and or. Rutland feel. A Bat the local situation will meet the qualifications set Down by the government Lien they will be improved to the Point where they will become permanent structures ice same a supermarket 1232 York St. Iwo deliveries daily to a. M. 330 p. M. A a your order filled Wotli me a ii you were phone 9-6457 i Levin my continued from Page one offerings ranged from Light to Treavy to the 19 markets Quality was not quite As Good because it Ari increase in nondescript and Low la amps Aud Leaf lugs were predominate followed closely by Leaf and priming. Yesterday s Gross sales in tile Carolinas totalled 8,388 ill pounds for an average of 54 97 cents a Pound. The average was 4.7 cents above last fridays general average the seasons sales increased to 50.859.192 pounds for an average of 55.47 cents a Pound. Leat Good Lemon 59 cents a Pound Good Orange 58 fair Lemon 56 fair Orange. 55 Low Lemon. 53 Low Orange 52 poor Orange. 46 Good medium Green 36. Cutters Low Lemon. 59 Low Orange. 58. Lugs Good Lemon 59 Good Orange 57 fair Lemon 52 fair Orange 52 priming a i of Orange 28. Nondescript a a Best thin 17.50 cents a Pound. Tobacco Mart o la or a netting Lune lilt two hours Raleigh it aug. 8 a average prices by grades today on Sou 1 Carolina and birder North Carolina flue ured tobacco markets were about in line with last fridays Price quotations. The Federal state Market new4 service reported a few changes Al mostly $1-32 it or Hundred pounds hut Cains and losses were about equal. Quality of offerings improved with a larger percentage of fair cutters and priming and less Low priming and nondescript volume was fairly heavy. Today was the last Day of full sales on the la South Carol Ling markets. Because of 10 heavy receipts of the flue cured Stabi Ilij Lon corp under the government Price support program shelling time will be Cut tomorrow fro t 5l to 3l hours Darcy. The re n. Augusta he creat Ion plans Given North augustan a recreation program will begin an a fails week�?�1 maturing painting and carving activities. The Center will be opened at i . For tree play games and fun. Synchronized swimming will be on wednesday from 9 until 11 30 . Singing will be at 1 30 . And a Story hour will begin Al 3 3j . Thursday acrobatic dancing lessons for girls will be at to . Free play at 11 30 soap Cal ving at 130 . Free play at 3 30 . Horses Ioe practice at 7 . And Square dancing at 8 . Spatter painting of leaves and Flowers will be at 9 30 am. On Fri Day followed by free play at 10 30 a in. Cutouts at 1 30 p a and games and songs at 3 30 . The week will close on saturday with a 9 30 Story hour Volley bail at 10 30 . And tree play at 11 30 a. In. Auction in sales time will continue in Ough sales of aug. 19. The eight nou i Carolina Border markets will continue full scale sales through this week but will go on the reduced schedule aug. 15. Seven 7 years spartan 25 Down 7 years to pay see Yuish spartan dealer today min Nehoma financial company Tulsa Oklahoma continued from Pate one however others would be Able to buy it. Aiken fountains will soon get a Chance to put the county blood Bauk Hack in the Black. The Bloodmobile will visit Wagener anti Salley on August 22 Between me hours of 3 30 Aud 7 30. It will visit Belvedere during the same hours on August 31 Aud later there will lie visits to Aiken Ltd september 21, Langley Bath Clearwater on oct 3 and Graniteville on october 19. At a recent visit to new Ellen i ton the Bloodmobile collected 9i pints the visit was held at St. Paul s me a Lodi St Church. 175 to receive diplomas at Uso exercises a Keiday the University of South canc Tina will award 175 degrees at its nut Bummer session Cumuli acc Maut Friday August 12, at 8 . In Drayton Iii on the Campus. Jesse t. Anderson state superintendent of education will address the graduating class Aud unpaid Russell University president will Confer the degrees. The Rev Lauren e. Brubakerjr University chaplain will pronounce the invocation and Benediction. Almost one third of the degrees will be on the graduate level most of them earned by Public school teachers and administrators a native of Florence or. And-11 Sui received the master of aits tit Gret from the University and is a member of its Board of trustees. He has been an education administrator since 1914 when he was appointed principal of the Elm Public school. He Lias served successively As superintendent of schools at Olanta and Blacksburg superintendent of education for Florence county and since 194 5, state a superintend Clit of education. Are your children Worth $26.00 each you can get $20.00 off for each Cathri on any used car listed below. Example of you have to children you save $200.00 p. S. You get to keep the children 19ss Desoto equipped with Power 2-tone Blue Low. Mileage i9s4 Ford radio and Heater overdrive 2 door custom Cleat 19s4 Chevrolet radio Aud Heater Power Glide Low mileage 1953 v s Desoto a heal buy radio and Heater automatic transmission 1951 Buick riveria radio and Heater Dyn flow one owner 1951 Plymouth dark Blue clean 1949 Plymouth average 4 door 1949 Plymouth average 4 door Isil Desoto custom 2-tone Blue and White radio and Heater 1950 Ford convertible red 1951 Hudson Hornet need to move 1950 Ford custom 2 door Brown 1948 Desoto priced to sell 1950 Oldsmobile Mai ooh and White 1950 Oldsmobile 88 Blade 1952 Desoto custom clean 1946 Chevrolet panel truck c of mechanically 1948 Buick convertible new overhaul 1946 Pontiac Black 4-door 1947 Ford Black. 4-door 1949 Mercury Black 2-door Burgess motor co. Aiken South Carolina

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