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a $2,-800,000. is $473,-000 a GROUPS FROM THREE TOWNS TO CELEBRATE NEW 'MAIN STREET' Greenville, Spartanburg And Greer Folk Meet At Chick Springs r ROAD MEETING TODAY 8 Prominent highway officials of the state along with C. O. Allen, of this city, and R. E. Ligon, of Anderson, former commissioners credited with being largely responsible for the construction construction of hard-surfaced hard-surfaced hard-surfaced highway linking CJreenvjJle and Spftanbnrp;, will' be honor guests at the 'celebration 'celebration this afternoon at Chick Springs of the opening of the new improved improved roadway. The event, which will open at 6 o'clock, will be under the joint auspices of the Kiwanis clubs of Greenville and Spartanburg and the Civitans club of Greer. SPEECH THREATENED W. P. Conyers will represent the !o- !o- ; cal Kiwanis club on the program, ; Alester G. Furman, Jr., president, an-j an-j an-j nounced. Members of the county delegation, presidents and secretaries of the Chamber of Commerce, Rotary, Rotary, Lions and Civitan clubs have been issued invitations to be present. Numerous towns in this section have been invited to send representatives. The celebration, if weather is clear, will be held in the open down by the spring. If weather is unfavorable, the cfowd will be moved indoors, possibly possibly into the Chrick Springs hotel. No set program for speeches has been made, Mr. Furman said. Representatives Representatives of Kiwanis and other civic clubs, state highway officials and other state officers will be called on for short statements. Spartanburg, Greer and Greenville will be urged to cooperate in further sectional endeavors, endeavors, just as the communities have in the. road building, those arranging arranging the celebration said. PROMINENT GUESTS Among the highway officials, who have accepted invitations to be present present are: C. E.. Jones, of Batesburg, chairman of the state highway commission; commission; Ben M. Sawyer, chief highway highway commissioner; Charles H. Moore-field, Moore-field, Moore-field, chief highway engineer; E. D. Sloan, Jr., of Greenville, division engineer; engineer; C. L. Cureton, of Pickens, member of the state highway commission commission from this district. Admiral Samuel McGowan, of Laurens, Laurens, former chief highway commissioner, commissioner, has been invited to be present. T. C. Crews, president of the Spartanburg Spartanburg Kiwanis club, will preside. PASTOR HANGS SELF July 13. tMlTO DEMAND RIGHTS Delegation Of National Party To See Coolidge In Black Hills Today CHARLESTON DELEGATE RAPID CITY, S. D., July 13.- 13.- (AP) The demand of the National Women's party for equal rights with men was brought into - the Black hills tonight by a delegation from the organization, which will be re ceived tomorrow by President Coolidge. Coolidge. ON ORGANIC LAW The group, headed by Miss Gai) I.aughlin, of Portland, Maine, first vice chairman of the party, intends to ask the President to support in Congress next winter their proposed constitutional amendment which vould make the organic law apply to women in social, industrial, eco nomic, political and all other phases, as it does to men. . The National Women's party re cently concluded sessions of its an nual convention at Colorado Springs, and made the pilgrimage to the summer White House in a caravan ot automobiles, after voting to make a personal plea for support of Mr, Coolidge. SEEK AMENDMENT A resolution seeking to amend the constitution along lines desired by the organization was introduced in Congress by Senator Curtis of Kansas, Kansas, and Representative Anthony of Kansas, nephew of Susan R. An thony, and while no elaborate plans are under way, the party hopes to push its cause with greater vigor next winter. Miss Anita Pollitzer, of Charles ton, S. C, a vice chairman of the party, and spokesman for the dele gation, declared federal action was desired rather than legislation by states because "the question is na tion-wide." tion-wide." tion-wide." . Father Of Twins Js

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  1. The Greenville News,
  2. 14 Jul 1927, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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