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Aiken Standard and Review (Newspaper) - September 19, 1945, Aiken, South Carolina Aiken Standard and review-1 to th4 up buying of Ait and Aiko county wednesday september 19, 1945 a u Quot a a a Quot we a a to food shortage will wartime rackets last another year steadily increase a a Federal Bureau reports on Fri w Arns of menace that Supply prospects. Faces Home front. Washington d. Bureau of agricultural economics advised civilians to expect no significant Relief from food shortages within the j next 12 months. In a report on the National food situation the bureaus which is the agriculture departments statistical Agency a said such foods As meats fats and vegetable oils sugar cheese condensed and evaporated milk poultry eggs canned fruit and canned vegetables would continue Short in relation to demands. In addition Rice dry Beans apples and processed foods using Large amounts of sugar and fats and oils May become Short it said. On the other hand civilian supplies of fluid milk skim milk products canned fruit juices Many fresh vegetables and fruits including Citrus fruits fresh fish and most Grain products Are expected by the Bureau to be fairly plentiful. Listed As the Basic food problem of the United states in 1945 was How to distribute an Over All food output one third greater than in 1935 to 1939 to meet an Over All civilian military and Export demand approximately one half greater than the prewar demand. The Bureau said 1945 food production May be 3 to 4 per cent below 1944, but 33 per cent above the 1935 to 1939 average. The total production. Of food from livestock this year May be about 5 per cent less than last year with most of the reduction coming during the first nine month present plans indicate that the j 1945 food Supply will be distributed about As follows United states civilians 77 per cent armed forces including Relief feeding by the military�?17 per cent government purchases for lend lease and civilian Relief abroad 4 to 5 per cent and other commercial exports i to 2 per cent. Prospective food supplies for civilians indicate the Bureau said the consumption per person will average about 5 per cent below the 1944 record rate. Nazi a secret weapons startle Navy probes Washington. A a Navy Mission sent to Germany to study nazi technological developments was Quot startled a by the Progress made in some Fields especially rocket and Jet propelled weapons. The missions chief Commodore Henry a. Schade said if the War had lasted another six months the nazis would have had a quite a few a new weapons in operation. He declined to elaborate other than to say their major developments were in the Field of rocket and Jet propelled weapons. Such discoveries still Are a top secret a he told a news conference because such things As the nazis developed but did no to have time to use could be turned to Good account by the Navy against the japs. With a staff of about 200 technological experts Schade was sent Over to investigate and exploit German inventions for the Navy s Benefit. Commodore Schade conceded the nazis development had far exceeded our own in the Fields in which the germans had concentrated attention for some special reason such As the at the beginning of the 11th Century Broadway was about two Miles Long and paved half its Down raft Wood burning Heater a enjoy continuous 24-hour controlled heat. A build but one fire a season no fires to build on cold mornings. A remove ashes on average of Only 3 times monthly. Insist on the slow burning downdrafts Ashley it to patented therefore its different. This thermostatically controlled Wood burning Heater uses Small worthless Hardwood Trees or even scrap Wood. Many users w rite that they save Sog and More on fuel costs yet still enjoy More heat 21 hours a Day. The Ashley has been used and proven in All sections of the United states a now in our 15th year. I Jess Sooin ass smoke for service a Economy cleanliness Ashleys Are truly sensational six types and prices to select from. See your Ashley dealer today there s one in most every town or write us for name of your nearest dealer. Washington. A wartime racketeers preying upon our citizens Busy with the War Effort present a threat to the very things for which our nation is fighting. In addition to combating the enemies fifth column menace to our Home front the Federal Bureau of investigation also has handled a Large volume of War fraud cases. Many Are almost unbelievable. Despite All that has been accomplished by the Fri and other Law enforcement agencies in eliminating wartime frauds they steadily increase. During the 1945 fiscal year convictions for impersonation and illegal wearing of the uniform totalled 1,364, compared with 1,091 in 1944. One Faker posing As an army officer borrowed Money from relatives of men missing in action after buying their Hopes with tales that their loved ones still were alive. When the Fri halted his fraud Fie went to prison for a year and a Day. Four men in California for awhile had a lucrative Racket in a fake school to train shipyard workers. The Fri found that the government was defrauded of thousands of dollars through the hiring of unskilled labourers. Several costs of frauds by shipyard welders also have been uncovered by the Fri. J in an East coast Yard the Fri discovered that 50 ringleaders had a salary Racket netting a million dollars annually. Another wartime racketeer operated a Chain of photography studios near military Camps. Coupons offering free pictures were distributed to servicemen but if they refused to order additional work done a usually at fancy prices a the studio sent proofs to their families stating they were doing so at the soldiers request. This unscrupulous operator received a two year sentence. Prompt reporting of All such frauds is of the utmost importance in bringing the guilty persons to Justice. The Public realizes it has much at stake in helping curb these rackets and the Fri has received splendid assistance in this As Well As All other phases of its work. A worst fuel shortage in Prospect Ickes says of the Interior Ickes requesting a prepare for Winter drives in 25 states said a the worst fuel shortage of the War is in Prospect for Winter. As solid fuels administrator Ickes asked the fuel conservation directors of 25 states to launch local drives immediately to place Homes and other buildings in condition to keep people warm on Short fuel quotas next Winter. The program is designed to make every Home shop and building a heat tight by insulation storm doors and windows weather stripping caulking cracks and by other Means Ickes said. He added in a statement that furnaces and other heating equipment should be put in efficient condition to save fuel. Window cleaner Falls sets off Call for help new York. A Michael Theodore Morris 57, a window cleaner fell five floors Down an air Shaft from a window and crashed through a skylight on the first floor struck a sprinkler system connection which automatically set off a fire alarm landed near a stenographers desk amid a Shower of Glass. He was taken to a Hospital. Force germans to erect memorial at Dachau Dachau Germany. A two Stone columns 50 feet High one topped by a Cross and the other by the Star of David Are being erected Here by German civilians under the direction of . Authorities to Mark the mass grave of 3,500 Dachau concentration Camp victims. The grave will be covered with roses Blooming from april through november and before it will be the columns and a spacious Plaza. Nearly a Quarter mile of Broad Stone Steps will Lead up to the site located on a Hill North of the City. The memorial will Cost 500,000 marks�?$50,000 at the military Exchange rate a which will be drawn from German funds. The Stone is coming from Tho great nazi built Nuernberg stadium. More Wool is predicted As web lifts controls Washington d. A increased output of topcoats overcoats dresses and worsted suits was predicted recently by the War production Board As the Agency lifted controls on Woolen and worsted fabrics. Improvement in the Supply by next fall and Winter was forecast. The web said the improvement will result from elimination of an order which had required manufacturers to set aside 65 per cent of worsted top production for military requirements. The web said the military set aside no longer Wes necessary because requirements Are being met by individual manufacturers. Automatic Wood stove company Columbia s. Elephants have Strong Union Soldier thinks Rolla to. A it. Col. Morris Suhre just Back from building roads and airfields in Assam India believes that elephants have the most effective Trade Union in the world. The colonel said no matter How hard he tried he get an elephant to work More than four hours a Day. Probate Sale state of South Carolina county of Aiken in the probate court Wellington Green and America Green plaintiffs is. Ii. R. Ash Hurst As administrator cum testament Annex of the estate of Ben Borum deceased Lawson Bowman it a1, defendants. Notice is hereby Given that by virtue of an order of the court of probate in the above entitled action dated september 4th, 1945, i will offer for Sale at Public outcry to the highest bidder in front of the court House of Aiken s. C., during the Legal hours for Public sales on sales Day monday october 1st, 1945, the following described real estate to wit All that certain piece parcel or lot of land with improvements thereon situate lying and being in the City and county of Aiken state of South Carolina fronting on Kershaw Street and hounded Ami measuring As follows North by lot no. 14 on plat and measuring thereon lid feet East by Kershaw Street and measuring thereon 40 feet South by an alleyway and measuring thereon to feet West by lot no. 12 and measuring thereon 40 feet. Being lot no. 13 on a plat made by p. S. Norris c. E. Dated. August 15th, 1904, recorded in the office of clerk of court for Aiken county in Misc. Record Book a Page 246. All measurements being More or less. All boundaries being now or formerly. Being the same lot conveyed to Benjamin Borum by deed of t. E. Burckhalter about 1905. Terms of Sale Cash purchaser to pay for deed and Revenue Stamps. Successful bidder will be required to Deposit 5% of his or her bid As evidence of Good Faith or bid will not be accepted and the premises will be immediately resold. James e. Parker probate judge for Aiken county s. Sept. 12, 19, 20. Summons for Relief complaint served the state of South Carolina county of Aiken court of common pleas e. A. Greene mrs. Alma k. Hair mrs. Maude Woodward mrs. Eunice Owens mrs. T. W. Weeks a. L. Hickson mrs Geraldine Greene Bridges mrs. Florrie Lee Toole w. In Hickson mrs Sabria Hickson Gardner Hickson and Harry l. Hickson plaintiffs against j. Kennedy mrs. W. To. Taylor mrs. Sarah Kennedy Mims Charlet Kennedy Richard Kennedy Lloyd Kennedy Otis Kennedy mrs Tom King or. Carlie Toole mrs. Myrtis George mrs. H. Hicks mrs. Mill supplies we have in Stock endless belts 4�?� to 12�?� wide loft. To 75 it. Long it and Lar a Stock Belt in to 14�?� wide for saw Mills and other drives. Welding1 rods and supplies. Babbitt Metal. Valves. Packing1. Pipe fitting s. Emery wheels. A. Welders acetylene generators. Call us for machinery and Mill supplies., Richmond Supply co. 630 seventh St. Augusta a. Phone 2-7797 Guy Dicks John Doe and Mary Roe As unknown defendants who May have an interest in this estate whether heirs or not and whether minors or adults to wit tract of Soo acres More or less in Aiken county South Carolina bounded North by j. E. Gardner East by Armstrong property and Weatherbee South by Woodward Mill Stream and West by tinker Creek known As Emily Kennedy lands defendants. A to the defendants above named the original summons and complaint herein Are on file in the office of the clerk of this court at Aiken s. C., since sept. 4, 1945. Williams amp Busbee plaintiff s attorneys. Sept. 4, 194e\ you Are hereby commanded and required to answer the complaint in this action of which a copy is herewith served upon you and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the subscribers at their office in Aiken s. C., within Twenty Days after the service Hereof exclusive of the Day of such service and if you fail to answer the complaint within the time aforesaid the plantiff in this action will apply to the court for the Relief demanded in this complaint. To the defendants above named you will please Jake notice that if you do not use a guardian and item to be appointed to represent any in ant defendants at the exp ii Toffon of 21 Days after service Hereof the plaintiffs will cause the appointment of the clerk of this court to aet in that capacity. Williams amp Busbee plaintiffs att Pimes. Sept. 5, 12, la a. D. 19457 John Edward Arthur deceased that they be and appear before me in the court of probate held sept. 25-, 1945, next after publication Hereof at 11 00 of clock in the Forenoon to show cause if any they have Why the said administration should not be granted. Given under my hand this Lith Day of september 1945. James e. Parker probate judge. Sept. 12, 19. Location Here of at to of clock in the Forenoon to show cause if any they have Why the said administration should not be granted. Given under my hand this Lith Day of september 1945. James e. Parker sept. 12, 19 debtors and creditors notice notice is hereby Given that All persons having claims against the estate of Chris Cholakis deceased will please present them duly verified and All persons indebted to the said estate will please make payment to the undersigned. Cleo Cholakis executrix sept. 12, 19, 26. Debtors and creditors notice notice is hereby Given that All persons having claims against the estate of Clyde a. Gantt deceased will please present them duly verified and All persons indebted to the said estate will please make payment to the undersigned. Mrs. Maggie May Gantt executrix sept. 12, 19, 26. Notice of final discharge notice is hereby Given that we will make our final return to the probate judge for Aiken county at his office in Aiken on the 29th Day of september 194 5, at 11 00 a. M., As administrators of the estate of mrs. Clara a. Cortez deceased and will at the same time ask for our final discharge. Mrs. Lottie e. Fontaine and Henry p. Cortez administrators. Aug. 29, sept. 5, 12, 19. Notice of final discharge notice is hereby Given that i will make my final return to the probate judge for Aiken county at his office in Aiken on the 29th Day of september 1945, at 11 00 a. M., As guardian of the estate of Mabel Gibson Arthur minor and at the same time ask for my final discharge. Aaron e. Gibson guardian. Aug. 29, sept. 5, 12, 19. Auto accessories limited number spot lights Locking Gas tank Caps also maintain Ance supplies Wax polish rust preventive Chrome polish a Radiator flush. Queen City Chevrolet co. Aiken s. Phone 48 notice of final discharge notice is hereby Given that i will make my final return to the probate judge for Aiken county at his office in Aiken on the 7th Day of october 1945, at la a. Rn., As executrix of the estate of mrs. Susie Toole sprawls deceased and will at the same time ask for my final discharge. Mrs. Annie Leila sprawls Geldart executrix. September 12, 19, 26, oct. 3. Citation whereas miss Nettie a. Mobley Petitioner has made suit to me to Grant her letters of administration of the estate and effect of John Edward Arthur deceased. A these Are therefore to cite and admonish All and singular Tho Kindred and creditors of the said citation whereas Annie Chavous Petitioner has made suit to me to Grant her letters of administration of the estate and effect of Walter e. Chavous deceased. These Are therefore to cite and admonish All and singular the kindled and creditors of the said Walter e. Chavous deceased that they be and appear before me in the court of probate held september 20, 1945, next after publication Hereof at to of clock in the Forenoon to show cause if any they have Why the said administration should not be granted. Given under my hand this 20th Day of september 1945. James e. Parker probate judge. Slept. 5, 12. Citation whereas h. O. Jones sr., Petitioner has made suit to me to Grant him letters of administration d. B. N. Of the estate and effect of Leslie a. Jones deceased. These Are therefore to cite and admonish All and singular the Kindred and creditors of the said Leslie a. Jones deceased that they he and appear before me in the court of probate held september 28, 1945, next after pub Friedman a jewellers now in Aiken 834 Laurens St. A diamonds a watches a jewelry nationally advertised merchandise sold at nationally advertised Cash Price on convenient terms. No interest or carrying charge open an account 834 Laurens St. What Day know?.have a cok passing the time of Day at the Corner the Crossroads with its store filling station and familiar red cooler is one of America s meeting places. There folks meet up with friends and the Happy refreshment of ice cold coca cola to ave a col e says a neigh a Bor and they Settle Down to a Friendly Chin fest about a a what a Doin bottled Linde authority of the coca cola company by Aiken coca cola bottling co. A coca cola you naturally hear coca cola called by in Friendly abbreviation Coke. Both mean the Quality product of tha coca cola company. Jaq 1945 the. c co

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