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Civil Court Jurors Told Petit jurors for the first week .during the October term of civil court, .which /convenes Monday, Oct. 19, at 10 a. m., were announc-' ed yesterday by Sheriff W. Price Fallaw. - .-'.- ; . i , .'-.' / They. are S \t. ; Holley, George D. To'ble,,Jr., .Wl 'O.-Creed and James R.-.Weeks all of Aike'n; Daniel Daniel J. Oliver 'and Frontis R. Cook,' both of rural,.Augusta; George J. Smith arid T. D., Ozmore, both of ; Batli;. John H. Smith' of' rural i Batesburg; Robert,S. Greed, James C. Randall; and John F. B^nks, all of Belvedere; arid Grady Cat'o of Clearwatsr. ..: •' -. .-••.'. -..•'.'';•'_-/-. : 'Also, Hobert F. Ready, Marvin d. SiaytoD.-'bliarles R. Page, :Carl E. Stone,. Edward J. Harris -and Rufus MeGee,'all of Granite'ville; !• i ainptoii Bbyd of Jackson; Hi-A. "Gai-vin arid Joseph M; : ' Hatcher, botli.-of Langley; lliram C.'ScotL.of 1 .Montmorenci;''Woodsoh Hawks and Monroe Kneece, both of • Monetta; Garland Gooden.-N. Percy Smith' and Thomas B. Atkins, all of North ' Augusta; William L. Lybrand of j Ridge Spring; Jacob Stevenson, i Jr. of Salley; and Joseph Willing ; and Wilson Jackson, both of Trenton. Trenton. . Also, Colie L. Gantt, Elton . Brown. Frank Briggs, Willie Thomas, Thomas, all of Wagener; Frank Golden of Warrenville; and David Whet- I stone of Perry. Owners Kxchani^e has issued entitled "Stor^ Kmployccs." • It shows :L IH.| yratifyinj; increase scope of these plans. applied to the Sen. Kefauver (Continued From Page One) ly." 'He said the administration is "on dangerous ground when it fails to take the people into its confidence." . The Cole-Wilson remarks were the latest in a series of official and semi-official statements on 'Russia and the- H-bomb that have resulted in mounting confusion about Soviet capabilities, and .the .state * of U. S. preparedness: President .Eisenhower probably Will be asked'to clear up_the confusion confusion when he meets- with reporters reporters 'at his news conference* tomorrow tomorrow afternoon. He has. said the American- people should be .given more atomic information. ••-.••-.'•'.' Cole declined to comment specifically specifically on ; Wilson's remarks/ because because ' he did. n'ot- wish to engage in a public dispute with the 'defense 'defense secretary. But: he .said lie .had no-intention \of_retracting or modifying his earKerstatemet that Russia- has ''H-bombs-plur'ai." Cole also said the administration should ' give up trying to balance the budget, if necessary,' to launch 'an. immediate multi-biHion/dbliar program of beefing up': r..'!9f.'Air' and civil defenses. .' The question of military spending spending is'geitinfr. -n .thorough' 1 .'review, by the administration as it ' maps its.defense and fiscal program^for _next year.. The answer will go "a long way toward deciding whether there is a balanced budget and tax reductions. Cole said that in drawing up defense plans "the only realistic assumption" is that Russia now has, or soon will have, a strong H-bomb arsenal. Mrs. Rankin Rites Friday Mrs. Lula Powell Rankin died Tuesday at a private hospital- in Atlanta, Ga. Funsral services will be held at, 10:30 Friday morning Jrom . St.' BUSINESS DIRECTORY Marks Radio And TV Sales And Service Jones St. and-H\vy. : 19 — New Ellenton Zenith, Philco Radios and TV Sets - Expert Repair Service — Pick Up And Delivery All Supplies Phone 9-2214 New Ellenton News Talatha Hawthorne School ' Organizes P.T.A, On Tuesday afternoon at 2:45, approximately 85 . perspns,. .who were interested in -'organizing a parent '-'teacher' association; met- in the Talatha Hawthorne school auditorium. The-fact that a .-hospitality .-hospitality : corrimittee, •. compo'sed of Mrs. : Clyde". Jones. Mrs. -Powell Brunson : and • Mrs. .Prater 'and .a', slate of terhporary pfficers, Mr. Cphley" president -and-'Mrs. TJail secretary were present and reads: to. serve, was evidence•,that some preliminary plans had' been made.' 'The meeting .opened with the; • group' ,siriging: "AYAsrica" TT -Mrs; Collins at'the pianci. Mr; :Thprnp-' son, pastor -of • the : Naxarent church read, the 9lAt- Psalm -for the scripture and- -.'MY. ;Tingle, pastor, of the Mot'.ibdist' church, • offered' prayer. Mr.. Conlcy :'spoke.' briefly to the group. on a •.•ne'er!' for a P.T.A. Mr, Shaw,' pastor of 'Foreman Baptist church talked.on discipline, as it" affected parents, teachers .and children. Mr. Collins,' Collins,' pastor of Assembly of God church, talked on the necessity of teachers and parents getting along well together. The secretary read a portion of Ihe by laws. The group voted to organize. The following officers were elected: Mrs. Baldridge, president; president; Mrs. Eldon Smitli. vice president; Mrs. Pat Lail, secretary; Mrs. Powell Brunson, treasurer; Mrs. C. E. Collins, pianist. Seventy V three paid dues and 'became members of the organization. organization. Adjournment followed. were served to the and Mrs. Robert. Kathleen, Mrs. O. S. Mitchell, Mr.- Evens ' and children, Eubanks and sons, Eubanks, Miss Ramey Yb'nce; Mr. lam dine arid.son, Johnson, Mr. and Wall and children, O. G; Garret. Mrs. and/ Murray Owens'. .Mr; and Mrs. many beautiful friends'...; Y' .-.. WEUCOME NEW . ; The •.residents of e'r Park wish to residents, .Mi'- and- and Mri and Mrs. .-_.VISIT IN vMiv ami Mrs: were in Greenwood, weekend. ^ "'• VISIT IN Mr. uncLMrs. the weekend in the home of-her VISIT IN ST. Mi 1 , and Mrs. family were in the past weekend. family reunion II. A. CLUB MEETS The H. A. Club fon fiic 1 — .Wednesday SPEND WEEKEND IN N. C. Mr. and Mrs. John Biller spent the weekend in Lexington, N. C. NEW BABY - J1 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jolly aif- nounce the birth of a son. born Friday Oct 2, weight 11 pounds 'and 6 ounces. SURPRISE HOUSE WARMING The members of the New Methodist Methodist Church in Now EHenton surprised-their surprised-their pastor and wife. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Tingle. Monday night will a house warming. Refreshments of cof'eu and cak* 1 Mary's Help of Christians Catholic Catholic church with ' the Consignor George Lewis Smith • officiating, interment will follow in Ihe Pine Grove cemetery. Mrs. Rankin is survived by a number of great nieces and nephews. nephews. ' f ANY I f V^ we have just newest RE TR'j TIRES! BY T»E MATIOWALS.Y ADVERTISED BALANTRU'^ Your lire-', wen if ecu gel "vyy-ikuiJi-iJ" rsundj N'ov* ^^L-y ccri iivif fajnJ ayciii \vitli "Siur Bclofitfu" Mc-1l)od. u<itj It-1 <n ^^^ you YCUtf CAR »-.|.fMcr tires ori'cuuiM.ij a EfT'j" ridi.- It ui-iui ;^if mu.uTos onc3 tlir.ic'^ <io

Clipped from Aiken Standard08 Oct 1953, ThuPage 2

Aiken Standard (Aiken, South Carolina)08 Oct 1953, ThuPage 2
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