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Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - December 18, 1999, Aiken, South Carolina Aiken Tanbara local news 2a saturday december 18, 1999 Aiken South Carolinas police blotter Christmas cheers a Iken county sheriffs office Jyh a Home on Mckinney Street in Rath was broken into wednes Lay. A stereo television an air conditioner were stolen. A a a juvenile was arrested Friday at Midland Valley High school to after an altercation at a basketball game. Langley Bath Clearwater Middle school was vandalized some time Over the weekend. A window was broken and two rocks were found lying on the noon two office buildings were broken into at Avondale Mills in Graniteville tuesday night. Entry was gained through the ceiling but nothing was taken. B a shelter building was damaged at Belvedere United methodist Church tuesday. Night. Aiken department of Public safety a an Aiken woman was arrested thursday night for disorderly conduct at South Boundary i Avenue and l x be Lane after a shooting and using foul Lan i Guage in the Roadway. A an Aiken Man was arrested for Drunken driving at two j notch Road and Boardman a Road just after 12 . Wednes Day he was seen driving Errata ically4 correction the new Holland Baptist Church choir will perform a Christmas musical at 7 . Sunday at the Church. A the Church will offer food and i Llo ship for the congregation my guests after the completion of tin program. The Rev Owen Mcalister is the pastor. Subscribe to the tank Barb your local news staff photo by Scott Webster Cleveland Walker and Sydnie Lawrence sign a Christmas song at the beginning of a program at chukker Creek elementary school Friday. The two Are students in Laura websters special education class. Source. Staff photo by Bill Bengtson students at North Aiken elementary school Greet a visitor from Way up North Friday afternoon with help from Smith Kline Beecham. The company a local employees maintaining a tradition begun several years ago a a adopted students and provided a gift for every single one needy or not. The Reindeer were unavailable so a Ridge Spring fire truck provided a lift so the visit could take place. Millennium countdown buggy Sugga visits Jimmy Bentley Syble Ward Arthur Mann Rose Boucek Audry Bell Traci Clark who Are staff on the third floor at Aiken regional medical centers. Words of Wisdom 1. For Hon St of our lives we will be unwilling to Settle for l it is. Gloria 2. Of the eyes Are looked upon As the windows to the soul then a smile must be the doorway to the heart. Paul Boyce. 9 one of the biggest things is always keep an Eye of what is ahead of you not behind you. It always hurts if you Are not watching what happens. Gertrude a Gander. 76 i. Flt Ople Are looking for an answer and i know that answer is Jesus Christ. Gladys Baldwin 6.3 f Peoples a Iod every Day they just done to no Cognize him Grace rudder 71 6. Resist the urge to get Sloppy on Days when you feel had. In fact those Are the Days when you should take extra care to look your Best. Ida m. Woodward. 57 historical moment the South Carolina canal and Railroad set out to build a 136 mile rail line which would be at that time the longest line in the world and the first rail line in America to exclusively use steam locomotives As Well As to offer regular passenger service and to carry the mail. This route would connect Hamburg to Charleston and help Charleston redirect Commerce from Savannah. I., has it that the original route was designed to run 13 Miles South of Aiken. However one of the surveyors for the Railroad Alfred Dexter fell in love with Sara Williams daughter of a Cotton Plantation owner Captain we. Williams. Local myth believes that the Captain let Dexter know in no Uncertain terms that unless the route was moved closer to his Plantation there would be no marriage. We do not know for certain if this tale is True but we do know that Alfred Dexter and Sara Williams were wed on january 7, 1834 and that the Railroad runs be Cluj be to his Home which is still standing at the Corner of South Boundary and whiskey Road. Source theh Many faces of Aiken a pictorial history by win Coli 7. Say you ire sorry and mean it. James Corda 72 8. See your of successful make it rial in your mind. Close your eyes and fill in All the details How it would feel How you would pm have How others would but have in response. Then put what you Sis into action James Holden. 54 9. The Challenge is in the moment the Lime is always now. Jilliam Ward 60 10. The people who Are crazy enough to it think they can change the world Are the ones who do. They push the human race Forward Louise Sanders 65 11. Think like a Quetien. A Quien is not afraid to fail. Failure is another stepping Stone to greatness. Mamie Findley. 80 12. People Are unreasonable illogical and self entered. Exive them anyway. Joe Peterson 61 1.3. Of you Are successful you May win false friends and True enemies. Succeed anyway. Fay Baker 54 14. Your achievements Are determined by the desire that you possess Amy Burt 70 15. Kisses Are not contracts and presents Are not promises. Ida maw Tanksley 72 16. Everywhere life is full of heroism. . Joseph Bell 57 17. Beware of half truths you May have gotten the wrong half. Lee Hix 66 in. Co at life with abandon give it All you be got. And life will give All it has. Mary key 50 19. Since life is Short we need to make it Broad. Since life is Brief we need to make it Bright. Helen Marjorie Sloan,76 20. Keep the Faith alive. Barbara Bradshaw 55 office hours 8 30 a.m.-5 30 . Monday Friday Story ideas editors can be reached at 648-2311. Sibert Tan Barb usps-010-020 extensions local news a ext. 234 features a ext. 218 sports ext. 220 email publishers number the publisher has responsibility for All Aiken Standard departments. Scott b. Hunter can be reached at 648-2311 Extension 203. Switchboard 648-2311 a fax 648-6052 the Aiken Standard Assn 0893-2557established in 1867. Is published weekday afternoons and saturday and sunday mornings by Aiken communications inc. To Box 456, 326 Rutland drive Aiken s a. 29002 second class postage paid at Aiken s c postmaster Send address changes to the Aiken Standard to Box 456 Aiken s c. 29802 Home delivery $9.30 per monthly $27 90 for 3 months $111 60 per year county mail $11 55 monthly $34 65 for 3 months. $69 30 for 6 months. $138.60 per year other mail $17 80 per month $53 40 for 3 months. $106 80 for 6 months $213.60 per year Advance payments May be made to Aiken Standard pm subs option delivery problem expect your paper by 5 weekdays and 7 a m. On weekends of not. Please Call 649-5315 customer service circulation customer service hours Are 5 30 .-7 30 weekdays 7 a rn.-11 a m weekends sri contractor lawsuit settled by Carl Langley a a slip and fall lawsuit filed against a Savannah River site sub contractor was settled Friday shortly before the defense was to begin its Case. The Aiken civil court said the terms of the settlement reached in the suit against the has National corporation were not disclosed. Circuit judge Alison r. Lee signed the settlement agreement that ended a trial that had gone on for three Days. Daniel e. Johnston or. Had brought the suit against has claiming that he was severely injured by slipping on a newly waxed floor at the nuclear installation. Has which performs maintenance services for the site was blamed for creating conditions that led to Johnston a injuries. Johnston a wife Lynne filed a companion suit against the subcontractor. Alleging her husbands injuries brought on a loss of Comfort companionship and consortium. Johnston a suit claimed that he was injured in july 1995 because has workers had failed to Post warning signs about the floors condition. In addition to seeking actual damages Johnston wanted the court to assess punit Tive damages and court costs. Mrs. Johnston a claim included not Only allegations of loss of consortium but imposed duties of nursing assisting and performing services for her spouse. The plaintiffs were represented by Columbia attorneys John Kassel and Mark Davis. Curtis Ott and Ken Carter represented has. A Christmas tapestry to weave its magic the Aiken choral society will hold its Winter concert series entitled a Christmas tapestry a saturday and sunday at St. Mary help of christians Catholic Church. The series will feature four motets by Francis poulenc for the Christmas season. The society a director or. Antoine Cordahi is uniquely familiar with the stylistic intent of the composer since he was critiqued on his performance of poulenc works by poulenc himself. While a student at the conservatory of music in Alexandria Egypt in the Early 1950s, Cordahi attended a master class presented by poulenc. During the class poulenc evaluated the performance of a few chosen students including Cordahi. He was evaluated on his performance of poulenc so three perpetual movements and Baches a prelude and the series will also feature Solo and ensemble a Capella and harpsichord accompanied works by Billings Bernstein Pinkham and Thompson. Saturdays performance will begin at 8 ., and sundays will begin at 4 . Admission is free and open to the Public. For More information Contact David Towles at 800 277-3210 or Antoine Cordahi at 648-1252. . Opens filing Jan. 3 the new Ellenton democratic party will open filings for the year 2000 municipal elections on Jan. 3, a party official said. Millard Howington said the books will open at noon Jan. 3 and close at noon Jan. To for three Council seats and a seat on the water commission. Candidates May file at the Home of mrs. Grace Russell democratic party treasurer 107 Pamela ave. The Telephone number is 652-2397. Trunk show two Days Only december 19 amp 20 if Frederica come meet with Frederica and choose your masterpiece National Hills u 2635 Washington Road Windsor Iio a. Augusta g�.rgia3 a 4 l.�9,. Tollfree441.mil a sin. A pm mm74 a own

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