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Aiken City Council Office J. M. Sprawls Reelected Chief of Police— John May Is New City City Officers Mayor II. Odoll' Weeks/ tlie newly fleeted oily t.i urn! tin- water commissioner were sworn into olfice M .Miiyor AViit-ks was sworn in by Mrs. .Sarah II c!< rk ami treasurer The mayor then administer* olfice to"Comicilnwii Dr. Herman Blake, A. ' Loliind Charles Nl. Jones, T. G. Carpenter, Charles IL Marvin Dexvoy Key. William A. Cars\\ : ell was sworn hi as \v;i' sioner. — Dr. lihdie, who received the l.iifresl "number, of votes in the of a assigned are 0. to ntv.Democratic primary \vas elected elected mayor pro. te'inpore. Sprawls Reelected Immediately following. the -\\earinjr-iu of the new council, Police. Chief .7. M. Sprawls and Fire Chief iHinbar I'oyd were reel< reel< --ted to tlieiL- respective oll'ices. Council also reeleelcd \V. 1J. Doi'ii as .sanitary inspector at the ,iccommendalton of the TJoard of Health. John A. May was elected to serve as city recorder to succeed succeed M. A. Wilder. Twelve policemen and .nine firemen were chosen to serve at the pleasure of the council. The twelve policemen, chosen from the 25 applicants, are Henry Henry C. Hiers, S. Vf. WidenerJ Glenn Mundy, Rowland Redd, C. B. Carpenter, Carpenter, .Frampton Gregory, J. R. regory, R. H. Rodgers, Alva towell, J. Ray Lybrand, Leland ord and Earl Sizemore. Rodgers ill serve "as night watchman at Charles H. Mar resignation as a City Pla-nninjj.Committee, since he | is now a• mom.ber of city-council.- as the railway station. W. F. Ussery endered his resignation as policeman policeman as he is retiring under the retirement plan. Firemen elected were I. L Eubanks, Henry W. Smith, Car E. Johnson, G rover C. Woodward Lamar Cato, Sr., C. M." ( Weeks L. C. Roberson, J. D. Campbell and William H. Taylor. H. B. Johnson was reclected a assistant fire.chief. Henry Holley and Haskcll L. Williams wcr< elected fire engineers. Cily Clerk Mrs. Sarah Ru. j ch was unan imo'usly reelrcted as city clerk an treasurer withciu.t opposition. J. K. Shtiler was reflected sup ' enntendfiit*'<if streets and .Tnh III. Slatlbts was rceloi-U'd eleclr ] cal inspector and 'tax cidleetoi Hrymi Corley was named niirl watchman at Kiistis Park. Carlos Tuwns,.-nd was..ri-a;ipoint-| There were no applicaiions for ! custodian of the municipal build-' inijf. Council'votuil to oiler Die i place to Henry Holley' as he bas|--\- •been serving in this p,,.-'ifion for j the past fcw ; months. •- I •The mayor's salary '.vas fixc-il ', i' iit .*(50U, the same as last year.-' No Stands On'Streets ". Coun'cil voted that no stands otild he placed on the streets and I '<• hat fireworks be sold only in'the'-I''- Tores this Christmas. A motion was passed that coun- il instruct the Chief of Police to irepare a definite policy in the lolicing of the city and that it >e presented to the council for pproval. . Police Report Monthly report of Police Dc- partment for the month of Nov- ember, 1946, to the City Council by J. M. Sprawls, Chief of Police: Traffic violations ..... ... — — .. ...... -11 Driving under influence of intoxicant ..... ._ ..... '..„_ ............. —03 Disorderly conduct .......... ------- 41 Plain drunk — ~.I ........... : ---- 45 Drunk & disorderly conduct. .'..i.15 Violation liquor law ".;.'..'.' ----- ...... 06 01 11 Petty larceny .... ...... ..... Investigation '.'.. Arrest on warrant for Mag ..... 02 A. I!. -K. ..... .-.<!•Criminal .-.<!•Criminal assault ...... 01 Sleeper over nijrht Maliriuus tuiscliier Ttitat number nf arrests Total number of complainls . Tut. ami. i-ash fine ?f,t Ami. depo.-iiv'd in poluv futid fur nivnth Days nerved on j: !'i'. jail . ' <'ast'< --'.isiK-ndfil hy lit I'a.-i-s ,l;siii':s.-'-d l>y tie. Cases sent tn $l:0f> - 00 n:^ orin '"