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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - March 26, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                 Nearly a eery family in Aiken County reals the Journal and Review.  *-•,    / ... ^ - -- --- • ,  »- /  ©he foitrmil and $ei>irt»  No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review’*  Circulation in Aiken County  VOL. 60-NO. 13  AIKEN, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1930  WINTHROP ALUMNAE Sanitary District NECRO STABBED BV  HOLD AIKEN MEET  F " m ' d -°'  v,ll ' y  ANOTHER SATURDAY  FIRST DISTRICT GATHERING  Mr#. L«roy Still, el Blackville, Elected Pra»i«l*ot of Groap foe Coming Y oar—Kl no rd Speak#.  Citicen# Will Have Privilege of y*t* ing For, or Againtt, $800,000 Bonds for Sewerage Construction  KILLER IN COUNTY JAIL  Creation Of the “Horn Creek Valley Sanitary DUtrict with author-ity to issue $600,000 in bonds, was Forty-two Winthrop Daughter;-     m8d * possible last week with the  were guests of the Aiken County    Passage of * legislative set to that  chapter Saturday at the first diatriet    effect.  meeting of Winthrop alumnae ever A sanitary commission of three held in this district. Election of of members shall be created by ap-ftcers and a sight seeing trip around pointmen of the governor on rec-Aiken were features of the meeting ommendation of the Aiken county Mrs. Leroy Still, of Blackville delegation and they must be residents was chosen president and Mrs. W. C.    district.  Buist, of Blackville elected secretary ^he act will go into effect only if j yard at North Auguita arid he is now  and treasurer for the coming year.    endorsed by the voters of the dis- lodged    in    the    county    jsil.    This    was  Next fall’s meeting will be held at     ?r * c * * n 8n  election to be held not j    third    arrest    in    connection    with  Blackville.  ‘■age, the vote will determine wheth cd the bonds shall be issued or not Reimbursement will be made t any c irporntion or village for th* value of any sewerage plant* 01 cq i-pTTO fit already made.  Prisoner Says Thai Dud Man Wa# Good Frived and Affair Waa Dom* la tho Dark.  Circuit Civil Court  Start* Long Session  Judge C. C Fvatkvrvtor.r ProaidMa— Forty-oiaa Caeca oa Docket for Trial—E»Ira Juror* Cko#vn.  COUPLE KILLED BY TRAIN AT SALLEY  MR AND MRS. EUGENE SALLEY  A three weeks session of circuit civil court opened here Monday morning with Judge C. C. Peather-J ll. Matthews, 25-year old nefToj^^'  of  Greenwood, presiding sud  Tragedy Occur# Whan BUikvdle-  Columbi# Tram Strike# Coup# in Which Pair W*rt Returning Homa.  Hospital Auxiliary To Have Hors* Show Booth  Proceed* al Friday’* Sal* Will Go Toward the Pun ha## of a Plaiter Table for tho Hoapital  $2.00 a Year— 5c a Copy  JUMPER STARS IN PREP. SPORT MEET  POOL TIES SCHOOL RECORD  The Woman’s Auxiliary to the Ai-J ken county hospital will conduct a   _luncheon    booth    st    the    horse show  Mrs. Carrie Morris on Salley. 60, j'FruUy. M.reh 2H f  prowls to go to-of North Augusta, stabbed md kill-     8     docket    of    forty-nine    cases.    !, iVas  instantly killed and her husband ** r 'V ?  t ur ' .***  0  * P  a ' r  ‘ atl  *•  ©si Louis barret .Saturday night,. . ^    Extra Juror#    Kmiek Eugene Salley, im, mortally  Garrett’s death coming about an When the list of jurors un* read j n j unM j Sunday morning st noon hour after the affray which brought ** v * ra *     t0  respond to their  vvhen R  Klackville-Columbis train  it on.     n8m ^  and lt was  necessary to draw  ftrwk lhpir w M they    romin(   Matthews was arrested by Deputy **** following extra jurors; W illie f fom  church. The train crew car-  To Speak Thursday  At the morning meeting, held at the i ommercml hotel, representative s from Aiken, Allendale, Bamberg,  Barnwell, Edgefield, .Saluda and Hampton counties heard Miss Augu -ta Dunbar, president of the Aiken chapter, call the meeting to order.    -    ■    *  Ttr- Hee ll -G Hiejf-'U trfrt—Tri J rf* Poultry Specialist  id vocation en j the a: “>nb|y -hh^  Winthrop's alma mater. Miss Bessie Harper made a speech of vvelcom and response was made by Mrs. Le joy Still, of Blackville.  Dr. J. I’. Kinard, president of Winthrop, niaiie the principal aidless of the meeting; followed by speeche of alumnal organization by Mis Leila Russell, of W inthrop, and Mrs.  John Drake, of 'dumb.a. Mrs.  George Durban ~i.ng a solo as pan of the musical entertainment.  Af ti r n p »rt from chapter . [leech. es were heard from; Mr.-. J. I'. K. nard. Miss Sara Man urn and Mi George .Stuckey, a trustee of Win tin ;i from Bishopville  Sheriff Pete Sander* Sunday morn- j"^‘athcrshee, Jesse Woodward, G ing while he was working in a brick ^• Johnson, R N. Murr#y, ti. AA  Vt one ley, L. R. Hulle v, Rd. Richardson and K, th Fontaine.  First doe called was (I. A, Bur more than six months after its pa*-1 killing as officers had ariWe I * },an *  n ‘ l ' e ' Vrr  <>f the American Hank  the dead man’s brother and another  and  Trust < <>,, vs, J, M. Ready, et a1. negro Saturday by mistake.    *    *'*'  was 8 9U ^  l '  n n, ’G'* for the  When interviewed the  J a«i;» um ot  S2.«2u.Q0. Thin case occupied Matthew : said that he went to (Jar  da - v  Monday an*! the jury found IiXt*» house to lee about a fight fie-  8  ''''‘dict for $2,854.iT, principa tween his (Matthews'* brother and  and  interest,  the dead man and his mother. When Yesterday    the ca •    of J.    D. AA «*a-  ... I, DI iud th* scene dim affair was j ’Orford    vs.    Georgia    and    florida  apparently settled ami he tarted to- j Railway    t o.    was called. I    hi* is a  wail his home along the side of a  suit for     damage* to    an automobile  house    ! and  * s  bm the im f <2. nip ,i  \ man can e up 11 him in the lark. ! * ‘ ll - '  as< ‘ probably continue un  rifd Mr, Salley into Columbia but he died a he was being taken Mf the  train and put into an ambulance ■; ore.  Th* y bad attended church ut the Methodist church of Suiley and were no k almost rn front of  ne  w hen  kid  their Coli pp wk •ut ton fret. broken neck The act i lent o iulf mile  - hrtrngb*  im iii \ ikon ■ mr rf t  I*, ll. Gooding, Clemson extension poultryman, will he in Vikon Thursday and will speak in the Bunk of tv es tern Carolina building at 5:30 in tin afternoon on "The Feeding of Baby <'hicks an I I 1  ullry Raising " M T Jib TI unday night In* will oak on the same subject at the Monetta school building, Mr. Hood ing is an authority on chicken raising and his talks should Tm profitable to those hearing him.  MR. AND !& HILL RETURN FROM TRIP  LAUD AIKEN’S POSSIBILITIES  Blond* Parks a Mass of Color and Highway# Lined with Tree# — Street# Kept Clean and Swept.  fibbed him by the shirt and rem h-ii to a back pocket, Matthews de-dares that he stabbed the man then a1 int sn hon c, nut bothering : . ca whether In had killed the man  ti! today.  I-: a  gull  Hitchcock Leads Team To A Decisive Victory  at  The Luncheon Program  At th* luncheon following the morn'iig meeting greetings were heard from those present an i humorous experiences related by Mi'  Vance Livingston of Aiken, and MD Elizabeth McNah, of Barnwell.  .Singing of “Fairest Flower of the  .Southland," and “Blest be the Tie;    _______  That Binds" ended the session, which.    Mr.    and Mr*. Charles J. Hill re  had been held amidst decora tTtmr ot turned Saturday from a ten day trip garnet and gold, school colors.    through Florida during which they  A ride    around    Aiken    wa-    Ten    I]cove    et!    over    1,700 mitt- by-motor,  the visitors    ami    a    tap.    Lo    tin ga;de    and    ret    »rt a    very cc. cable ti  of Miss Claudia Phelps wilt* enjoyed. Aiken's possibilities as a town of --- |    beautiful parks anil flowering highway* pre more evident than ever ■ice the Flori la tour -ay the Hills. a bo covi i* i all the beauty spots in lite    alligator    tate where every ef-   r  rt    : -    made    t i help na! ire create  beauty.  Florida’s statewide program of  ll'- was arrested Sunday mon bile doing a pedal order job e brick car I where hi is employ !. Ile * ays :: at the dt ail man tit. s.-'- id ftn t d if hi- and the)e was >ver any bad feeling between them any previous time.  I \ Me as hoed  toil fa  in the  for the hospital.  Sandwiches, coffee, orangeade, cold  drinks, ice cream, ami cigarettes will be sold. Those desiring basket lunches should notify the committee before Thursday.  Ladles in charge of the booth will be;  Mrs. Walter Duncan, Chmn., Mrs Albert Willcox, Mrs. A. VV. Oakley, Mis. Citua Butch, Miss Rebecca W e, .Mrs. Hi chert Gyb-s, Mrs. Betty AA . hi, Mrs W allen!)* g. M irs Clit ’ line Stoddard, .'Ira# K, L. Gunter, Mrs. I’. F. Ktheri'dge  Mm. John May, Mr-, F S. Will cox. Mi.s. C. J. Hill, Mr J. C. Fliomas, Mrs. John Stantfield, Miss Bessie Harper, Mrs. VV. It. Turner, M - r, \. MTTn* t,  C. A OWENS RESIGNS  Mr#, Demetri Ivanenko Win# Moth-•r#* Race for Second Veer it Succession — Mi## Ofleabv Witt Girl#’ Race.  New Brick Wall  For Iselin Estate  It wa all Tummy I Ltd ! tu.v afternoon when He I I lo a decisiv e IIT vict >i y i eaux Milburn'* Blues tin rinian field. Hitchcock's p :  ■md as he warmed ‘  ‘ ca 'mc g. t better.  A rally n the part i in the third chukker came  k Mon ii Red  - I level  st liar-■[lurklcd  Sask his  i Blues ar t\ ing  id rn  \. ll.  lase of ti an in (hi  inst < d, d  not  ti  liter*  oft \    (*WI  t. is to take the middle >f May, ai ord i-trict. iii'*-nt yet been cho* followed his p >st of I I!  of  A high jump by H. L. Pool, Jr., ut f.'Ur feel eleven inches which tied the school record and a mother*’ race were the outstanding events in the annual sports day held at the Aiken Preparatory school Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Demetri Ivanenko was winner of the Mothers’ race for the second year in succession, while Mrs. W. S. Heyburn was second.  Girl* from Fermata chool took part rn a race an-1 Miss Oglesby wa* winner, with Miss K.ng second. Eight events were held J'-»r boys only and - cpuiate contest were allowed in each cia' - for senior--, juniors, and ,sub-junior? on account of -the dif-•'crenrc in tho ires of 'he troys.  Kvents run off anil win els were: ti Cl yjird dash .--I* ii*.,**    '4    A'ewjiee-  wade, fir t, (* odidge M. Chapin, {second. Junto*-. Stanton Richardson, j first, ('. vonStade, crund. »Sub-Jr: i Duncan Pitney, tii-t; Michael Ivan-• -ko. second ; Br( ad lurni  lint]  md u>  A i  nil v  William Seigler Runs  Over Colored Man  VV illuim Si igler, 25 year old white man. ran into and injured Nathnnh-t Bunyan, colored-man, Monday nip-n at the intersection of Park avenue and .Sumter street. Bunyan ;-;a,n cd a minor bruise around tm- head and bis right leg -'as brid.en in t.v<> plan s.  I'he accident occurred while Mr. Seigler was riding down Park avenue toward the freight depot. He says that Bun an darted out from the left aide of the tree! in front of his car an ! that he cl id n it have time to apply his brakes or avoid hitting him.  Hr. Seigler wa arrested but re leased pending the outcome of the negro’s condition. Hospital authorities say that barring complication' the negro will recover.  s apii : ll. kl rd ,  ders, hibi  along the higl sti mgly to  1  vc member < has been a lead* r in th of this city’s streets.  I t iwns It.,!    - r many  ■ Hi highway there- an ! palms, live oaks, clean . and \ istralian pines.  Mr*. Diner Iselin has Ii! a central t fi r the building of a beau tifuj brick wall about her estate • n the Whiskey mad. 'Phi- fence *-about fs.'lU feet long, afid baht o special brick that ar* manufactured  a     ten-goal plnyer,  in Virginia. The wall ta of serpentine ■    Monday's bm* up    wa  design a decided curve being every*    Reds (ll)  • we!*r- of-fifteen feet The wad w-ilbi-    4-h-h4 4-4-P-    VB  be similar to the anc tncloung the |    Knox DD    Bi  ! niveisity of Nirginia grounds at    Hitchcock Mi    'I  < ’harbittesvdlc, Va.    Dow? (I)     5   Seroggs & Ewing are the archt-;    ---  tee: , nm! 'b tiiiee ,V McGhee hav. bien awarded the contract. The total t xpenditure will be about $7,500.    i  wen ue g tho f in \iki  tile -cere but th*- Red-headed. This was amos of Milburn’* appearance n atch games since an years ago forced his i the active game.  At the time -J hi Injury bt  - Ha*  noun at • , Mowed  i mrtrry  < w ,  h i*i h   !  I M n  and in*  pi i visit  Mr, <»■,vc  in '-i office  ll!  11 al im an J  si b> last ivit'k. bas 'CT red fur ( Ii mum es tens >i \ i ke n.  TI Mi  Jr.  Ne! o  \', I  I, in  miens: ' . P. Dix-  H I P ed, dr., second. "ii P hard mn, first; , n l. Sub. dr: John Jr., ti t; Dunean Pit*  ■ ie  Blended by Mr.  rn ne ut from  Ii  M  H v GD k (J)  iMrs. Lawton To Speak At Hotel Henderson  churel! atli all bearers J IL vies!,, McMillan, Hum von MrElveen  M-i-n.  Pall be irers  in ! t  ne M'  Nil \ I  till y Moth • Mrs. Hailey. Salley Wert ; ..ne'. I., A  Mi LD  M* El  INSTITUTE SUFFERS  ■itamn 1 —Senior: J. L Hor-un, fn t; C P. Dix *n,    • cond.  I ti i 11 r. ..ni -ii Richard ton, fi i st;  lull clade. . I ■- I Hull dr V R. un ii, first: Nelson Mead, cr md.  II .idle Hat i Seni *t \V I,. J.me*, ■, first. ( P. Dix rn, Jr., -econd.  Si a I...I if,. . IU 11.con,  Jr., second.  t * gins by,  Brat;  first;  I IKL it  DAMAGE LESS THAN $1,000  Many Elf Leu# Help With I iiD'l on Flame# Smoke and Water do  Chief Harm to (Ja»#room Above  Junior  .it. I honor  Girl? ram M «  V K big. cf rid ii bi J ump    enmr ll. i„ Pool,  .Ii , fir*!, til    Rut her} uni, second.  Junior: Stanton Richardson, fluff; C, von Slade, cc rid* Sub.-Jr; John W, I I 11 verse, J r , fir *  Michael Ivanen*  in * I  old I  d 'I  , SI e .rid.  Mother Ivanenko, fir cee ml.  Bi by r: U'Hrn, fir ti  r acc  : Mn  Mr<  VV  Demetri  Rcyburn,  an i  ,f I autb.nli  : Ti  .I un  i lar)  CO FT AGES LEASED  on ('  Mrs. \S I ! N. ' . chai?ma ' lit* !’: Ut el't. •!!  • pi ak in \ikei ing at the o’clock. Mi hi", He is work.  ii!, ti  Ga  lh  Dix*  point  . ntci.....  , first; i I. Red I set .nil. ion of st win ne ll poi. mer aum ; ar d J  f Mr fbb-rrmrit <.    *    pie    team,  Senior:    M.    C«w-  Mon Kerr, second, i. md, Jr.. first; T.  bnwed C. P.  ig the sen*  ■ .lit..:: Rich* o iinior- with  I ’M . IT  r - with IO  •hool  Chai I* - ll. M.  Ne  \.i  it on  part nu-ut  ii r  - iblo ‘.'I citizen* and viMtors alibi Tree- arc planted about ten feet urb and y close to-  MANAGEMENT HOTEL HENDERSON CHANGES  from t Vc! her.  "Streft - of Fieri la cities are kept clean an I wellkept," Mr«, Hill says, “and H’-c washed regularly to clean them and keep down dust."  Park-    down there me    ablaze with  colorful    annual' which    are a' the  height of their booming beauty a* this time of year, with affers, petunia* and zinnias ut their best.  _ I    On    their trip Mr. and M r '. Hill  The Hotel Henderson, changed spent some time at Jacksonville, St. bands yesterday and from now on will Augustine, Daytonm, Orlando, Winter be operated by Lewis A. White, of Haven, Bartow, Bradenton, Sa-a‘ota, Washington, D. he having bought Fort Meyers (winter home of Thorn* the lease from J. Mason Alexander, Edison) Miami, Milburn, Kissimee, of Greenville, recently.    I    Ocala and Silver Springs. On their  Mr. White will Lay here as resi- returned trip they met Mrs. ('. B. dent manager and will be joined by Anderson at Kassimee and she re-his wife and mother within a few turned to Aiken with them, weeks. For the time being Gilbert  Martin,    former    manager,    will    stay    on.    Miss    Jane Eichenberger and Mr.  Mr.    Alexander's    ri-a    un    fur    'idling    *    - !ar bc    White both of    \*-w 'lurk.  the I. a. c. ai cording ‘ • Mi Whit* wi,s his it al Hity  1  givc pr ipi*r at tention to ti is bott! and the otterny  D’ck Dobbins Gives  I    ,    !  Transfusion At Tech  I)ick I tubbing, former A k* n f >ot j ball ‘•tar. cam*- ' * th* aid of Miss j Mary  (  hi-nth am, Georgia l ech facul j ! y on nil l r, a hen • he needed ;» blood ; transfusion recently ami offered his) ow ii.  He was one of the two foothill 1  players whose blood wan satisfactory, j 'he other being Tom Jones, all South em end. Dobbins' was chosen for the transfusion sn that Jones would not be weakened for his work on Tech's baseball team.  Fi dei an : St e Garden cl cr. c a- d ( ' No adn.tssio; ides will he 'I Ii It V uf .til  ut C  i pa 'mini  will  '.VII.  g;  Legion Post Warns Of DisabiGtv Tim' Limit  M G  were injured in an air im<>bde wreck Saturday n gilt between \ k< r at *1  his * >; es a-, ille pro; tine.  Mr. Ab va- der hr both hotels part of pie of Gt e.-nvilU vote his ? me to ti telrv end he baa  W at hit 'tor. D. i of th# Martinique NL, V> h *e ann will be no chang* of the hotel other manager lent aer! contmtu  do -n bi a, w h Ic ■n whete they  ii I  ten  FARMERS’LOAN MAN TALKS WITH GOWAN  Mr. Lynch from the Farmers Seed P an office, in Columbia, was in \i Io n Munday morning fur a Confer en- e w ;’n founty I-arni \    .    (  Lee Goys an. a id sta'cs ' hat ' he rn on-. .  1  us not bt ■ * ii!  » VV,.,:,, i . ii lbs are dust I a?' ll iate I I! till •v- rk wit h 'I i La.v' n.  PURSE SNAK HER CONI ESS ES  Ossie Black, tmgro who was ar rested last wck rn charges of put " rat "bing, has ccnfesscd to the chief • if police and is being held over f  r  the Max term of court, together with Arni# Martin, who previously con fessed.  William Johnson who was arrested at the ame time has been release I  fur lack of evidence.  LASS COOK  lh, I:  subt f ,r  k-  n i;  The re was a retty wedding at 'h*  if Hie Baptist cimr-'h  I [ ar mage ri Sun la\  Effie E. Cook, ■ I rn rtiarriag* f Valdo ta. (  ' ight, a hen  f  \iiguria. wa-• Mr. Henry B The cerem  1  -I P. J M G  sn ai  ;i!;, to nervous, mental, -r ot In r d s-ease* wh«-n* ervict* onne<*ti*-n i-presumed by law.  All World -car •.*•., -at    ); '  any further informat; n on tins ruling may obtain it from J. VA A-h-bur-', j* >st ad utar.t. - r bv vs ri'.t.g d; reel to the U. S. Veteran Bureau at Columbia, S. C.  AIKEN COTTAGERS  VISIT CHARLESTON  __ _ .. \  An unusual plcioure was enjoyed  i t  w a * t VA -atherford th „ i„ ti e llafer mad* mg the dei"  With the the work a'  continue w  ga vo i rn in* dint «* att* n a* ng plant, a: I M• a quick job i f reno, 1  ic wires.  f th*' e ("tizen; -hou! wa? able t n ter nipt ion  Fire Drill «t Srh**«l Hon#*"  help t he hoot  Supernt  ■ "as ' ,>■ n  I tire drill  1  nat. iv ! (“U r  ’ cd  AV  he  M Gi  I  1   if the b iii'! up hail  f.  PARDON RECOMMENDED FOR  MOTTES  Ar lig  ,l . < il 'non.’ell for a  : ' A  1  ■ • "    'all    bual I af par-  licet I idav Clayton M Up?,  - (    ...    m\ 'i . fa aillt  ai I battery w i !  • ut.' nt ' . kill; -en-I • me ■ , ■ -    r:    inment;  bi .,• erviee OC. 28, 11*23. Grounds, ii an I “' r - a1 c ndit, rn of . f Arn mg those recommeftding Men . • . ,,■ i i b . en f tile jut irs. ! . ice AV ll GrimbaJ and Solicitor I! I). Carter abo recommend clem-  SHERIFF GETS TEN STILLS IN A WEEK  Ten rn' re -1 .lls fell befur# the onslaught of Sheriff J. P. Howard and | depot a - last w eek and br tight the total fur the pa t two wet k* up to I eighteen.  Two 'ill' WI ' e, >  I wo more I iesd«v a ; .. etk'. : a ai r. VA I  SOO AA  •f  n AA  ■I was ■ d ft  I last.  S that ' her* the per? md a change of  an I that the -am  I* i urtl heretofore  he  ■< HCO( I •  A VG 'GI B ii A I I I K  'RN  Hi \I IH DEPARTMI N I  MA Rf A CORRECTION  In it tnt ..f dairies gra Ie \ and grade? v un, which Wa puld: sue t last Week. th** county health department omitted th« nam# of the ( >u rf I« j l*», r , rh was given a (trade ot A r its n, *; k  * LiUti En la) - M H* *  Mi  He  t rai  r I  M in  es a t a* re ade  who*  Thor  Al "liny and  • >rted in last  lay busine** • wo more (I-,. , *' *he a- ffeamar ! 1,000  • ' * • I,ck, 40  • md  ■ ■  i .-lied which  I I Mi  the  t !    {    ani 750  I. Nu  t r • n cd ml th# ■i SI the Liny ’ . county Satur* ill I  1  gallon outfit  [.« ' od to folio*.   

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