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Aiken Standard and Review (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Aiken, South Carolina Year after year. America s Best Selling truck Chevrolet nows items for the Page should reach office before noon. Call u-32u<3�hr a till of at knt pain Quot Aiken South Carolina wednesday Augustio 1955 this Page devoted to news Everite of tiring strictly in the Ca to generally speaking by de Kenney South Carolina probate judges expected today for convention n. Augustans exert Independence de Kenney North augustan took a big and important step last week when they a a emancipated themselves from the Augusta a. Community Chest drive and named a nine Man committee to conduct their own Campaign. Whereas before North a gusto had been participating As merely a Divi Sion in toe Augusta drive they now plan to conduct the Campaign As a Community on their own strength. Because of her geographic location nor 1 augustans Are naturally closely tied to their sister City across tin Savannah River. However North Augusta s recent growth and Alert and energetic citizens provide More than a Neu. Caius for As Fine a City As any in this state. No town in Aiken county challenges Aiken like Nori Augusta. Although their economic ties Are close to the Georgia City this thrive. Njg Community has a potential far greater than any Normal town. Aiken tes take pleasure in this note of Independence from North Augusta and Lier citizens and look Forward to some stiff Competition which should make Aiken county a stronger and better place in which to live. Around the clock reports Are circulating hut St ill unconfirmed that to Fhi is investigating a civil rights violation Iii connection with the handling of arrests on the alleged Goss Boyd affair at Josephine Lake. Wallace Mcnair or. And Finley Kennedy Are building their new i medical building has an interest ing history. It was formerly the i site of the Curtis Home where Nicholos Longworth then speaker i of the House of representatives died. Minutes after or. Long Worth died a doctor signalled members of Kiev press by raising and i lowering the curtain of Long Worth a room. His death was expected and press representatives were waiting outside the House when the signal was Given. Through a typographical error in monday s column it appeared that we were urging the Powell Black s to name their new child Carolyn Lee. The part that read a we wanted his wife to name Hie child Carolyn Lee in Honor of his new Job Here Quot should have read a the wanted approximately 75 South Caroli state president of the Organiza a probate judges and their wive1-. Con. Will preside Over the three Are expected to arrive Here this Day affair. Judge Willis will serve afternoon for a Tiree Day enliven As official Host to the1 group Tion meeting according to Glenn a a Lur Day morning and after Willis probate judge of Aiken. I noon the group is expected to go the meeting will get underlay on a motor tour of horse Creek officially at 6 . This after Valley and visit Mills of the Gran noon when the group gathers Ai Deville company and other manure Shaws Fork Grange for i factoring plants in the minty Barbecue supper. Speakers for Thi textile Region. A luring will be or. William s. A banquet will be held thurs Hall. Superintendent of the state 1 Day night at time Roy Cau Hospital and Aiken county senator i non director of the inheritance John h. Williams. Tax commis Ion will address the Carroll Reeves of Allendale probate judges. Several of the a a judges Are also expected to speak at this time. Banquet a children s clotting store has opened on the Corner of Richland Avenue and Newberry Street for a two to three we Eek stand. The Stock is that of the Junior shop at Mit Giello a shopping Center which went out of business recently. Ducted at 4 p. In. Wednesday from the first Baptist Church with Rev. Wendell White assisted by Rev. Hoyt Murray officiating interment will follow in the Bethany cemetery. Active pallbearers will lie Gerald Barton James Nunn. Wilson Creed a p. Byars Al i. Danger Field and Charles Carter. Honorary pallbearers will be Edwin Owens Aldine Scott. 1. J. Shumpert. M. L. Mcswain. W. F. Collum w. To Crews Murray Johnson r j. Worley r. La. Kneece and Allen Hailey. I Ems of the mental institution with vie Judger tonight. At present another building at the Hospital is under construction and is expected to lie completed sometime in october. The Structure will accommodate 200 children who Are now mixed in with adult patients at vie institution. Pvt. R. Mcgreary in training tests in Germany area de Cushman will emcee fete event de Cushman who recently returned from Seattle where lie re a presented Aiken in the All american , will be master of ceremonies at the hillbilly portion of the Olton festival or. Cushman in i933 and it Creed a chairman of tin to anguished guest committee the banquet will be Geld in the Pine room of the commercial to. Tel. Official Campaign Headquarters Tor the convention i the meeting will be concluded 1 on Friday with a business session i Friday morning to be followed by a election of officers for the 1955-56year. The organization is vitally interested in conditions at the state i Hospital Whit i at present has ail proximately 7.00 1 patients Aid ovations for Only 3.500, or. Hall will discuss the prob Augsburg Robert e. Miami or. John Street Aiken. Germany pvt. Learn it in ii or. Page. 3428 Seneca recently took part in battalion training Southern gel Nan. Tests or private Mcgeary. A Rifleman in company k of the St ii infantry divisions 11 g regiment arrived overseas last december. Before entering the army in november 1953, he was a student it Walterboro High school. 1954 Dis for the september extravaganza. The contest annually attracts More than a dozen contestants who Are awarded several Hundred Silver Dollar As prize. Thi year this event will be held at Aiken s be High school foot-1 bal Field to enable a larger crowd to attend. Don freiday chairman of the hillbilly operations stated that the contest would be held from 3 p. In to 10 30 p. In. Friday. September 23. Others serving with or. Freiday in the Lions club sponsored event Are John Bancroft and Fred Wright. Aiken extortionist enters guilty plea and draws sentence John Elkins negro pie cd guilty be t to Lay to counts of extol on and one of impersonating a Fri agent and was sent need to 80 Days and $50 on each charge. The Case was heard in magistrate s court before Aiken mag is trate Glenn in hey. Elkins had been coup dug Money from a local Man who was told that he had committed a crime and was being charged by an officer of i to Federal Bureau it investigation. Leaky main on Richland costing Cliv or department was trying to locate a 1800 Block of Rich where an eight Chest pc will meet i his week on thin in. August rectors of hit Unity Clies Day night at 7 30 p. Lith the Board of i Iken county Corn Wili meet in the Council Boom at Aiken City Hall to set the Campaign goal Fin 1955. Tho budget and admissions committee headed by by Brand has been studying tile needs and budgets of the participating agencies for some time and is now prepared to submit Inch water main was dumping an estimated 50.000 Gallons of water a Day. Charles Muckenfuss. City water works official stated that efforts to locate he leak had been futile so far but that there had been some Success in isolating the trouble. City walkers were Busy yesterday drilling Doles in the thick pavement in front of the Chinmei dial hotel. Whites. Standard Ani review office and Johns film hop. However late yesterday they still had not found the costly Lea kits recommendations to the Board of directors. This committee re commends a Campaign goal and the allotment of funds to the participating agencies. Every member of the Aiken county Community Chest Board of directors is urged to attend tills important meeting. Flans Are underway Here to a Lange for a in National president of the Junior chamber of Commerce to visit Aiken. Although nothing definite has been heard yet the local club would score for Aiken if Toey could get him to speak Here. The state planning and Dove a Loument Board and Southern re ii Way company Are planning to i erect a Marker Here to com Mem or ate the site of the Quot Best Friend Quot train which came Brough Aiken and was the first to run in the United states. A recent labor Survey in the Wagener area has justified expansion of the Wagener manufacturing company. When this Job is completed there will be approximately 180-200 new jobs created for people in that area. County equipment was used in Wagener recently to Aid in the construction of a private business. One Day the taxpayers of this county Are not going to stand for this abuse of Public labor facilities and funds. Rumours in the Clearwater area a Bat the Marine Mineral company will bring another million Dollar dredge into that area to mine titanium is without foundation. Any such move if Ever accomplished. Is very much in the Ful lure. Meanwhile titanium is get i Ting a boost As aircraft Man fac a jurors Are discovering that Titan i urn nuts and Holts make a plan sub lighter and also give better service than Standard nuts and i oils. The Metal is Light Strong and has a High resistance to heat several outstanding movies Are showing in this area. For opera Lens Quot interrupted Melody Quot the Story of Gertrude Lawrence is an outstanding Ulm. For family entertainment Quot the seven lit to foys Quot starring Bob Hope will be hard to top. Hut then the movie Liat Mav top it would he Walt Disney Quot lady and the tramp Quot a full feature rib tickler about the dog world. The property on which drs. Shirley Underwood former owner of the tackle Box and re Cen Fly affiliated with Wise and i Mobley has accepted a Job in Sears Roebuck company in Bowling Green by. Where in will operate a sporting. Good store. Mrs. Underwood is the former miss fat Courtney of Aiken. J. B. Spears used car dealer w Hose garage was located on . Highway no. I has closed out his business and is expected to join the sales Force of a local automobile Agency. Step in. And command the most modern truck Power on any Job a. New Chevrolet task Force Virginia life insurance co. Opens District office Here insurance Protection for its policy owners. The company s first South t ufos in a office was opened in the life insurance company i of Virginia has opened a new District office in Aiken in the Farmers and Bauk building on Laurens Street. For a number of years life of Virginia has been represented in the Aiken area by agents who reported to the company a Augusta office. The new District is Bein created to better serve tie needs of the company a growing number of policy of tiers in Aiken Langley and Warrenville. George t. Dunn is tile manager flunk l. Wright and William j. Carter Are associate managers. George t. Dunn entered the employ of the life insurance company of Virginia in 1947 in it Augusta. Georgia District office. Since 1948 he has served As associate manager of that office. A graduate of his company s training Council bes record in salts and in service to Poi icy owners Lias consistently ranked him wit ii ids company s leaders throughout tile nation in Augusta he was Active in the Woodlawn Baptist Church and a member of George Walton Lodge no. 699 a. A a. I Frank Lloyd Wright joined life of Virginia in 1950 As a representative it the Chester District office an alumnus of Clemson College. Or. is a Grad uate of his company a training j course. In Chester he was a member of tilt first Baptist Church and of the Loyal order of Moose As a representative of b is Coin. I i any in Green Villi for the past five years William j. Carter Lias authored an exceptionally Tine record. He is a graduate of the 1 company a training course a native South carolinian he is a Navy Veteran Aud a member of tire Baptist . Established in 1871. To be Jfe insurance conical of Virginia now unc rates in 24 states and the Dis Rich of Columbia it provides More than 134 billion life 1889. It now maintains in this state i 12 District offices. 3 Agency offices Ana a group insurance office t through triese offices it services More than 76 million life insure ,. Lice and a Large volume of Hospital and surgical insurance. I mrs. B. Nunn passes away in Columbia mrs. Beagle Willis Nunn 63, a i native of Aiken county and a resident of West Columbia died at 3 is a. M. Yesterday following an 1 extended illness Al the Baptist i Hospital in Columbia. Mrs. Nunn was the daughter it tile Lulu Levi and Susie Burckhalter is Idis. She had lived in Aiken until Haimut ten years ago when she moved to Vest Columbia to make Lier Home with Lier daughter j mrs. Mart la Hatcher. Mrs Nunn i was it member of Westside Baptist Church in West Columbia. Survivors include four daughters. Mrs. Hatcher of West Colum j Ilia mrs. Charles Crumpton of Lancaster and mrs. Clarence Goldman and mrs. Lenwood Cush mail of Aiken two sons. Norman Bennett of Aiken and j. H Nunn of Columbia five Sisters. Mrs j. Vav. Barton of Warrenville mrs. C ii Nunn of Windsor. Mrs j Susie Carter of North Augusta mrs. A d. Lee of Warrenton va., j and mrs h w. Tilor of Aiken a a id in big Aller woman Wrd of Windsor. Also eight grandchild j i Ren. A Ethan cemetery funeral services will be can 1 Hollingsworth Chevrolet co. Phons 9-6237 1932 Pirk ave Aiken. S. C. Seven new Quot High voltage High compression valve in head engines Here a hour saving Dollar saving Power for your Job. A a the biggest Choice of engines in Chevrolet truck history and they re the most Modem engines in the Industry a a a a a a a a you be got it Good under the Hood with a new Chevrolet Rask Force truck with two new Vuk s and live new Sixes to choose from you can pick the Power that does your kind of hauling with Low ton mile costs and hour Sav my efficiency. Shortest stroke v8s in any leading truck both of Chev Rolett a new truck v�?T8�?Ts have an Ultra Short stroke shortest of any Vuk in any leading truck. I hey re of modern Over Square design which Means that the Piston stroke is smaller than the bore. Tho result is less Piston travel per mile. Longer engine life. Also Chevrolet s compact truck \ 8�?Ts deliver exceptionally High horsepower per Pound of engine weight. More Power is actually available for hauling your loads a modern 12-Volt electrical system. You get this great development in All new Chevrolet truck engines both \ 8�?Ts and Sixes. The 12-Volt electrical system delivers twice the punch for quicker cold weather starting up to 30 c Laster cranking Speed. It also provides a hotter falter spark Lur better ignition and gives you a Gripper electrical Reserve Supply a come in and command the most modern Power for it or Job in today a most modern trucks a new Chevrolet bask Force trucks

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