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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - March 5, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina journal and f s f Tf30 SJ HITCHCOCK IS CHAIRMAN t byMr 14 u l anil urer qipurUr million dol Md an tax levy than 41SMOO of tfcb amount and raeaaare it enacted by the General AV MmMr of Uw StaU of Sputti Caro Tint 18 milla it hwvby uppm aU the taxaWa property is tkc County of Aiken for oarriintry County ind School tat the year 1930 for the get TEMnhlj MUld S0M On Monthly HomHt Uttfe Spirit S Croft five Monday and Probate Judge G B sold tAct trf Jawl Howard Mid a minibw land for dtlinntwnt was and very ttttfe taken The Master foUowmtr Hracta 3korge Hitt TB Georgia Ann Juullot JR Graniteville told to J B Salley at iftt John Fattaw towt of Amanda land in McTier to J B Salley at for H O Ward vs T M Mixon 123acres Igcated iprth Wh a may b Frampton Toole vs W A Jack loir Aiken sold E Jackson X S JUynolda vs Eldred L Car Belvedere sold toplaintiff Judge sold one tract L R GreRoryvs Mrs Delia GreR ory lot in Aiken sold to Mrs Delia Gregrory for In the case of L K Witherspoon vg Paul Tewkesberry and J W Turn bull Lumber company Sh County Commimnoncrs Office BwrirjuHt SalariM 3 com each Clerk to County ceive in addition to above salary for clerk to Warehouse Offlcc supplies Publishing Com Reports Painting Com office road r Clerk of Courts Office Salary Office supply otanta of Aiken met at Muonlc WL Men ewoy Uwt of twttinwa attended and 4 committee of tix to elect for the asaociatioiirand Jlananac tive campaign Of publiceducation through newspapers Called to order by Ernest L of the chamber of com merce the meeting selected Hurrnan H Hahn M chairman Mr Allen was the first speaker and He presented some of the problems how confronting the independent merchants and suggested methods used by merchants in other solve Men representing the various lines of merchandisingHn Aiken spoke to the assembly and grave Is was the general conclusion that the purpose of the merchants or ganization should include intensive education of the public as to the ser vices being rendered by the inde pendent merchants of the city thc advantages of tradinc with these ard sold lumber to W A Sheriff Howard Arrests Thieves Sheriffs Office Salary Sheriff Salary 3 deputies Expense 3 doputicB hire Expense Sheriff Sheriff kept busy on I Monday investigating robberies about I the county Thieves entered the barn feet of rough j merchants and use of both of Ai 1arker for kens newspapers in the educational campaign After long discussion thc follow ing executive committee was elected to begin organization and election of officers R G Tarrant Mandel Sur asky James Vercncs Leon Hollcy P W Townsend and H H Hnhn all prominent in thc buwiness life of Overdraft lart dieting on the Hollcy farm near EHcnton the city and utolc 15 or UO bushels of peas j JThc sheriff arrested Isiah Cumjnings j colored who stated that he j thebarn and at the Tom Lard white took thc peas and I Lard promised to haftupV with T doming IO Prof O L Courtney associated with thc robbery took Sunday night busineas college tot the JiU who linn Osbornc past 27 Lanl an in Aikrn IIis school will be known as Iho MiRcellnnoutiii cmtingent Overdraft AuditurS Ofllrr Auiitor S Clerk tr Auditor MHcellaiunHjs contingent Kxlra Clerk asked O 00 I County Trrwurrrt of the pea were recovered that school and announced Salary County by tho Sheriff in the Skin Flint that he open a colleke Clerk to Treasurer section Cummintrs and Assistant to Treasurer now in jail uf collreg and will he in operation the miildle of Marrh He has the rooms above the A More ami they J will he fitted up especially his into MiitaMe He will arrange for niifht He will tearh all that are taught in a irstoln j lece includiiitr Ihrr Short Spenrorian Hi corps f tvarhors ar CASES IN SUPREME COURT ofternbon 1 played the Eedi 0n Batrinan A1EN SCOUT TMOP OFFICIALS CONSULT TOWCHT WJl for CVn IM RaMwi if Conference betTfwei Legion committee and Boj Scout teaiw Oj Augusta Monday and MaVs I gardlng possibilities of getting a ng Case trOQp for boys of Aiken jn setting a daW lor another meet nd King Aupusta tonight when plans saw nrsMwm possibly be made for establish tWseisoli a The Lejrion committee comp9sed McK5nney niatct good bad in Three present ofG H Ballentinc A H Ward andjtook the fast E H Wymari John Wl Ashhurst scenes together wilh of and L Allen met in Aikon the fashionable crowd in attendance E Rufcker Newtorry scout Rain Saturday Another matcS fiune was Schedul ed for Saturday on Whit Trey fiold but off on ac count of rain am court will convene in Aiken on Monday March will continue for three wteks Vith Judge C C Fcatherstonc of Greenwood presiding Tcsierduy the jurors for thc firM week were drawn and arc as follows F H Cook Aiken R F Henry McCormick Clearwnter A L Quattkbaum Munctta James Coktr Bath 0 L Jonus Scivarn W O Hutto Samaria W 0 Browns Perry T A Counts Sullcy E H Scigler Selvern L J Whetstona Perry Barley Spring C A Route C H P Faddh S S OweiH Jftckson Kecnan A Key Allcen Rout I In this day of highly Celling it it qmle an ai oneof the tort of 10 000 executive of Augusta and Dabbs Aijjintn Tppronnntnfiyp in fUtthcE ance of the Legions plnh to bring the scout movement to this city Augustas Boy Scout office sug gests bringing a oifraniterto this section whose efforts will dij reeled to troops in all towns near such as Ai ken Edgeftelj and Georgia towns Tonights meeting will bring together men from thece various communities and they will be asked to underwrite the expense of bringing snch a man to this section Such an executive would organize troops train scout masters and ere att the movement worlc would end about October 1 G H Ballontine is bwiig HJkyd by Lcirion officials to take tho scout masters position in Aiken and they hnpf that his husincss affairs will permit him to undertake it He has not yet announced hix decision Ernest L Allen was formprly a scout master hiiro but his court work necessitatM his being away from the rity for extended and rec ulnr periods and prevents him RftinS inty the work honor jtnrt come to M Linden ASken S C She by thoelectric refrigeration departhiisnt of the General Electric Company one of its best 100 salesmen for the past year As a reward she was a guest of honor with all expenses at the btganiiations conven tion haa just been held in Cleveland In addition to this she the in the de partments Toppers Club onorgan iiaHion salesmen headed the parade which was a feature of the convention the hats in the Mayor John IX J4arshall welcomed the visitors on the steps of Clevelands City HalL City Council Passes Traffic Regulations A nuw ordinance to regulate traf fic was considered and passed at n special if city council a revision been offered by a com mittee rompowd of a representative from tho Civic league chamber of commerce and city council J B Sallcy City attorney sub mittedthe new ordlhnncv and aftvr minor changes and short discunsion it was The new trnffie reg ulations are not so milch to thc present ones ax eliminations of antiquated rules andtlo not con form to thc rules suggested by tin traffic committee Company store at Clcarwnlrr ti Saturday night and stole a quantity cigarettes and tobacco The rob j hrry was reported to Sheriff How i i aril and he arrested Hean and Speck two white boys j Part of the were re f ami Hoard will have to answer to the cir systems Pitt matt nl of nd County Superintendent of Kducatiims Offiri Salary County Supt of Continued on Page Four Tennis Fro Off To Florida Tournament vil Paul Heston tennis professional with ward I of Wnvhing ton left Aiken Saturday morning fr Ileaih where ho is taking part in a tuirnanienl heiniT hold ther Mr Hi tiin is n tiiriiro in prnfiiional rank and Iince liicci 1 the Hi unofVuial among Ameri The following appeals from Ai ken county have horn lifted f T roviiw by Supreme Tuesday March v Ailnrl Boyd applt flun tir Wilder and Wni M Smnnk for appellant H H Carter Solicitor selcctod and I it or Tho pooplo to know that open a fl rhiiraclov first da bii thicity will ihy wjll In now being annoiinfeii i of Aiken will In Irof Coiirtne n Aikcii Hiv J7 i tho xcollenco KlaJ W Thames Kllenlon J B Scott Aiken Itmjti C H Seigler Kiireka Milledgo Altmnn Vnurisi H Buckinghai Mike K T Hentley Ailn W 4 W H Faulkner Hen Hutto Hath K Lnmar i S K Kreeman I A K Lybraiil I A N O K Garvin F K A A ouch Ir re C II I TOWNSEND BUYS TWO LOTS 1 Townsend has announced tiiprpnrcbHK of nnar the freight ileport nni1 from Mrs Ada Khoiles for iitii another frmn I T for the nf uight Mi fi1 nml of the Xiken chase association W5th Thomas cock chairman has just beeii aa nuimcud and a iioat and rail steeplechase course Turner Polo field will be begun A field for thc purpose hasjbeen donated by Thomas Hitch the subscribed 150 each to pchses Augustus Ludlow lid Watiett1 Gnonre Mead S A Warner Harry Worcester Smith 090 Annual setat per annum as possible will be aalted of the dcrUken to fill a1 that of a available coursoe are useful onfy for open and brush races TheHw track will make possible training horses and riders to inter Jlnfir stcpplcchaso UtllllHl Slates and England iTixlOO Town RESIDENT HEAD i PRINCETON DEPARTMENT Mn in n MAGISTRATE 1U 1 iti c SINGER OFFICIALS HERE TOMORROW Three of the Singer Sew Marhino company viil iiical oilier tminirrow on their inper i n tliif They nre C Ii M Trnynir f Spur j r IP eetitral siren i County Cotton Seed Germinating Badly Alien y ai well rerint at n ini ui lit C r ahriM o I 1J farMier SolOnS WOUld Create Sanitary Body I Atirmlilr Bill ProviHfi for nion Cnnlrol Srwcrt in i I Diitritt The subject was early inJanuary nt home of Thomun Hitchcock tended by Thomas Hitchcock J Augustus K Goodwin Bayard S A Gwiithmey Ludlow Kramer McCroery Regan McKinney WilltiilB Klkins Charles White D I Tolstoy William Street and Worcester Smith Another mectinK wan held in Ptb ruary at Woolworth of Harry Worcester Smth and Ttr Hitchcock was made chaEKan Temple jwathmcy serrelary treasurer Mr Hitchcock has appointed F 8 von Stad Bayard Warren and Au new course and Thomas of the roiirrx Kirsl race meeting f the new iictniion wjll behold Friday March II with and AlKeri Steeplerhnse at p private nt each the Katern Hre Huh will trive a of plato the riiler of tho win ner aereplnblo to 1 OVei three Aiken drai line run 1 Marrh H GLOVffiVILLE MAN Hunter Trials Larsre Gathering Hurry Woicenlcr Smilli in Twi nnd Second in AtKJtlirr MAONK 1 IK I aTi tennis fifth In TAlm Marh he meets ibout twenty of the eruiinjr in the United SUICIDE arniial at SKULL IS FRACTURED d about 70 years old inii near badv i last week while cuttinc a A limh from tioe Mr f nis skull Ho was rushed to the Aiken hospital and is now in a very serious fountain hi s t villo Harrv P morniin hlowinir fns head almost off with a while it a n the flour of hi vme Ho was bv wife a al nit of evtnis n rlork ij A j hirht she returned home havini pent the Harry nijrht out with friends after her hU Smith up Slue 1 hand had threatened her IV t ilaie Coroner J T Tarver rase lull iliii not think an Mr Mihert I HITCHCOCK Mr Fountain had hn ri POLO Tommy Hitchcock f the American earn the flip rfa hi year has r all a f Mr 1 1 i e i i th he F N V H Mfftd Aiken S i Sfhwartr New Virk John Hay Whitney sf N art He irronxplisVo ii aii i i a hy tyint a strine to the f ever in that manner i 1 K trie ht into Kram r x I IM K 11 rviie Mr 1 K I iiver ar MTK N A W MKFT TOMORROW T i Aiken YOUNG MEN IM Protection Fcresto is Aim New Association Mor FERRY BRIDGE BILL UP IN LEGISLATURE MRS ON COMMITTKF A i
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