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Aiken Standard and Review (Newspaper) - November 20, 1967, Aiken, South Carolina Mien anti item cd devoted to the up building of Aiken and Aiken county City news Ikon South Carolina monday november �?~.�?T0, 1%7 / All Mech to Park fat a in Eustis holds open House n Paik Kir no pen la. a til Ary al non. Pru i s i tip and hoi pin Kumm p. T. A. Held Quot i a fall in opt my 13, Kev. John m tor of charts v a sly Mnyo list Church led the in Oral on. Or. Clamps Fem the Grade Ria Iron the Alt a dance i we v us lira. I a Wren a second Grade Ila placing second Rafiei the business meeting parents were visited to visit their children s classroom. View their Woik and Ham Culler and i re bait Tai Alk with their teachers Kheit. Room Moth Era for the veal Aero named. They will have As their chairman mrs. A w. Pat Terson. For the first grades mis. In Bill. Mrs the saw Vert mrs Dong loader mis Aliena Livingston. Mrs t tog Neri s it lass a mrs is Gramp and i s. Char Hon of for the i <1 Grad mrs. Helen Adam lass. Jar is Gilliam. And mrs no Slit. Mrs Hose blouson go s in. W. K. Bishop am cd word Loch. Miss fran heist a class mrs Wiloh for the fourth j jew ii Bure Khallef Lei Ald m Miti he mrs. Irene Jimh Lerson a lass mrs. Qua ifs it v. K. Mood and mrs. Hichn.,1 i ump a Cli. Or f. Philipp. In. Pearl b. Bon a on or notion class mrs. Jackson Duncan or mrs. Arline Worley and mrs. I me mrs. Florence Sibley s class mss. It ii Ham Davis or and mrs. J. W. Grooms mrs. Dorothy Stephens class mrs. Delmas by Roe and mrs Henry a Mon is for the 2nd grades mrs. Eleanor Lamoni c s class mrs. J. F. Craig or. And mis. Geol go Sykes. Mis. Franeis Mcnair class a mrs. Charles Phibb mrs. We c. Timmerman and lass and 649-6257 now Omar Sharif Sophia Quot More than a Miracle in Colora shows 1-3-5-7-9 a Arris Biwank Quot starts wednesday in. W in mrs mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mary u mrs j. Joseph. Or. Miss Rosella Hankin s class mrs. Smith and or Robert Toole for the 5th grades mrs. Jewell Maxwell s class mrs. Faye Sanders and mrs Helen Selby Vars Faye Mecluskey s class mrs John o Newton and mrs Betty 3 aunt mrs Jean Simpson s class mrs. Dorothy Lee Poe for the 6th grades. Mrs. Marie Boylston class a mrs. W f Caudle and mrs. M. O. Hall. Mi4- Catherine Mcleod s class mrs. A. E. Dufore and mrs c. R. Griggs. Mrs. Elmira e. Set feels class mrs. Audrey Polson and mrs Lex Shelley. The room mothers have already been Active in several school projects Eustis Park p. T. A will participate in the joint p. T. A. Meeting on january is at Aiken or. High. Sales clinic in Wagener november 21 postmaster gives advice on mailing r acting postmaster Wilson urged the citizens of Aiken to lie sure to use the it of i Ort address Fin their letters Ami packages going to servicemen overseas to avoid serious delays in delivery. Wilson reported that millions of letters and packages going overseas have been delayed be cause they Wen insufficiently addressed. He said that one of the biggest problems had been the failure of persons to include the very important 5 Doget Apo or Fpo number in the military address mail not containing this number is incorrectly addressed. Courtesy Call a state officials led by governor Robert k. Mcnair disembark from the states aircraft company in san Diego for a Call on top company officials. From left Are Ryan us Stonier relations manager Bruce Jackson governor Mcnair Ryan vice president for Plant operations l. M. Limbach s. C. Technical education director Wade Martin state development Board director j. D. Little or. And development Board chairman j. Bratton Davis. The pal in a if Amia motto stale officials also met for about an hour with the company a chairman laude Ryan the Continental motors division of Ryan aircraft operates an engine parts and Gasket Plant at Walterboro s. C. State officials make it a practice to keep in close touch with companies having existing plants in the state whenever they Are on an Industry Hunting trip searching for new Prospect As Well. State development Board photo panning through City j a Voces plan to serve a. Motorists on Holiday Pyle National dividend declared i we Nie maim As Cool Hano a Short Saks refresher com so i will be Given in Wagener on 1 tuesday november 21 at 7 110 i . In the Wagener school cafeteria. The course will be led by r of Higgins adult specialist of distributive education of the stub department of education in Columbia. A sales personnel of Wagener and surrounding areas Are invited to attend this sales clinic. It is designed to help sales personnel to be More effective in their particular Job. Coffee and doughnuts will be served by the Wagener distributive education club which is sponsoring tile sales clinic. Bloodmobile at Schofield visit Success a total of 172 pints of blood were donated by Aiken county residents during pre thanksgiving visits of the red Cross Bloodmobile to the Schofield school old Industrial friends visited by gov. Mcnair troop 620 scouts enjoy Camp out los Angeles Calif a governor Robert e. Mcnair made a Good will Call on old Industrial friends yesterday while others of a it Man Industry Hunting team made new contacts at million Dollar California companies in the final Day son manager of customer relations and William Wagner vice president in charge of Public relations and personnel relations Simian top executives of Over 230 Southern California firms have been called upon by team member since they arrived Here sunday and began their two Man team visits monday morning. Of a Southern _ ,. Development Board members California sales sweep which officials of com auction companies and utilities and comr i began monday. Jolly development officials from calling on executive. Of Tho throughout Tho Palmetto state Ryan aircraft company Injo 1�?�- 1 the development Board san Diego with Tho governor k sponsored trip at their own a wore Stato development Board put a cd in Len it a n director j. D. Little jr., tech ii said that last year More than 9 millions pieces of mall were delayed in delivery of this number j1 a million piece failed to include the Complete 5 Olget Apo or Fpo number in the address. This improperly addressed mall had to be sent to the military locator directory when time consuming searches were made to determine the proper addresses. Quot As the Christmas mall volume going overseas is expected to increase up to 30 percent or Over 4 million Pound above last year every precaution should lie taken by friends and relatives of servicemen to address their letters and packages properly to assure rapid delivery to its acting postmaster Wilson said. There Are four essential elements to an overseas military address. They Are 1. Hie Serviceman a identity Grade full name and service number. 2. His military unit a Complete. 3. Gateway Post office a new York san Francisco or Seattle. 4. Apo or Fpo a a 5 Olget number. When any of these elements is missing the letter or package will to delayed in delivery. I thanksgiving the Aiken Jaycee find a different Way to spend their Holiday. They spend their time giving away cokes Coffee doughnuts and cookies to passing motorists. Tills is a rewarding and interesting experience. If motorists ran find Tim to Stop for a few moments of relaxation to re Liev the Burden of continuous driving there is no estimate to the number of live that May he saved. So All travellers passing through Aiken Are cordially in voted to Stop Sod rest a while at the Jaycee station where they will be greeted with warm Amiles and hot Coffee. The rest station will be local de at Simmons pure Oil Sor vie station in the Augusta Highway next to the Kentucky Fried Chicken. Project chairman Thomas Mcgeary has announced that the rest Stop will be opened for approximately 9 to to Houri and ask that All motorists Stop and rest awhile. At a meeting of the Board of directors of the Pyle National company on november 15. 1967 it was voted to pay the regular quarterly dividend of 92.00 pc share on the preferred Stork the Board also voted to re Duce the quarterly dividend on the common Stock from 20 cents to 10 cents per share. Threa sons for changing Theo i Mon Stock dividend Wor oho need to support unusually Large working capital requirements necessary to finance development and tooling of new products and the fact that the earnings Lor 1967 to Date Are lower than anticipated. These dividends Are payable january 2, 1968, to Stock holders of record on december 8. 1967. Classified ads always pay Nical education director Wade Mal tin. And development Board chairman j. Bratton Davis. Tile Continental motors division of the California based firm operates a Plant in Walterboro to manufacture engine parts and gaskets. State officials keep in continual touch with companies having South Carolina plants making it a practice to offer All possible assistance to tile states existing industries in regard to present operations and the companies future plans. Tile South Carolina officials met for about an hour with Claude Ryan the c o in p a n y s chairman l. Aircraft electronics chemical and metalworking Fields. Tile team is comprised of the following development Board members chairman j. Bratton Davis of Columbia eking Chapman of Florence r. D. Wilson of Chester Edward l. B. Osborne of Union Martin d. Watkins of Westminster Clifton g. Brown of Sumter w. M. Wilson of Camden and w. P. Gill of Ridgeland. Development Board staff members making the trip Are director j i it Little or. M. C. Gravely jr., assistant director of communications Wesley m. Pitts Industrial Field Man and j. Peter Mcknight staff photo graphed others representing Community groups construction com w _ tax . Limbach vice president panic and utilities Are w. V. Iii Aiken and Tho masonic Lodge of Plant aeration Bruce Jack-1 Coley and Cephas Quattlebaum in North Augusta according to a report by Lucius Eubanks jr., blood program chairman for Tho Aiken county Rod Cross. Folly eight pints were donated during the Aiken visit and 124 pints were Given by North augustans according to Eubanks. Quot we greatly appreciate this a simians. Very Good response to the need for blood for the ill and injured Eubanks said a and wish to thank each donor who offered to give Anc each Volunteer who helped wit i donor recruitment and Ming the hours of the visit. These gifts of blood Quot he added Quot will help greatly during the Long Holiday weekend when accidents will inevitably bring about increased blood needs for the mrs. T. A. Hammond Robert Grant headed donor recruitment in the Aiken arca and John Duane assisted by members of the North Augusta Jaycees coordinated plans for the visit to North Augusta. Or. Albert Miles or. Henry j. Mealing sr., and or. Carl j. Shoals served As Volunteer Phy of Florence Gerald Dix of Sumter j. C. Shackelford of Greenville and Brady Mckay and Richard Sorenson of Columbia this is the chant that was heard throughout Camp Linwood Hanes in Augusta ga., nov 10-11 when Twenty scout did just so. The scouts Are members of troop 620 from Aiken graded school where or. Ii. M. Campbell is boy scout master and or. Henry Hollingsw Orth is assistant scout master. Some of the activities dial look place during die two Day Camp out were cooking boat Riding hiking fishing and nature study. The following scout Quot followed tile rugged Road m. Carter r. Corley. R. Jackson t. Jackson r. Jones d. Paige s. Rhoden e. Woodward a. Stevens a Holling Worth m. Walker it. Walker h. Peterson. S. James c. Lolling Worth s. Folks t. Roundtree d. Morgan h. Williams and b. Walker arthritis rheumatism when it items that nothing Wilt Xiv you Relief from minor arthritic or Rheu Matic rams. Get too Stanback tablets or 30 Stanback powders and use As directed. Experience the fast comforting temporary rebel Lunback can glee you if you fad to get Relief return the unused part and your Purchase Price will be refunded. Lunback has been granted the Good housekeeping Seal. See foe yourself How helpful Lunback can be. Stanback company. Salisbury n. C thanks for electing me As your mayor without opposition. I Ani indeed grateful. I pledge that the Trust thereby expressed will in faithfully accepted anti honorable discharged. La. Of Dell weeks people who Check Bank service charges Check they Bank really Flea we i n $1c0 minimum balance use c classified and clip this and for Cash credit this and is Worth 25c Cash toward a car Wash or Wash and Wax during the Holiday period through november 25. Open thanksgiving Day upon presentation of a copy of this a Thrift Matic car Wash will place the first Quarter in the meter for a Wash or wait and Wax. An additional 25c credit is Given routinely toward these services when accompanied by the Purchase of to 8 for Small compact cars or Mort salons of our Bay gasoline. A a time Money and your car at Aiken Thrift Matic Ca Wash Between shopping centers a whiskey Road $25 to $5000 up to 5 years to repay Loans on just your Nara. Furniture or Home isl or 2nd mortgage Cash you get monthly payment number of month $4,447.81 a j of. 60 2,852.19 75 1,831.82 56 48 950.29 36 36 499.24 29 24 ahoy payment include Britt i pol i charge and life and acid and ii Alth insurance Protection it group Rev. Liter Are no audit Taai Cost of permeate Are made a schedule go Liberty loan corporation of Aiken 101 Fark ave., 8. Of. Phone i 648-8819 fun Era Home a in. A c. Jyh 11 a. 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