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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - April 2, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                 Nearly *s»ery family In Aiken County reads th* Journal and  Review.  ©lie femoral anti  No Paper Published in this Locality Equals thr Journal and Review s  ^Circulation in Aiken County  VOL. 60 NO. 14  AIKEN, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1930  $2.00 « Year— 5c a Copy  RED AMBER AND NAUGHTY BOY ARE WINNERS IN TWO-DAY HORSE SHOW  Aiken's Finest Show Held in Beautiful Hitchcock Wood* While Thoroughbred Horses and Riders go Through Their Paces Wednesday and Saturday*  Flagg Wins Southern Cross Golfing Trophy  Defeats Grana unit hiwr and Two to  Carry off Cerated Palmetto deb Award.  HITCHCOCK’S TEAM IN TWO MORE WINS  LARGE CROWD SATURDAY  “Trial By Jury 1 ’ Given By Fermata Students  Appreciativ# Audience Sees Presentation of (filbert and Sutliva-i  Production Wednesday.  Aiken'* hone show, finest of its kind, mn off the first day's events Wednesday amid a .setting; of fashionable people blooded hone* and the  impressive Hitchcock woods, into whose depths members of the winter colony drove in buggies, carriages and cars.  The second day of the show was scheduled for Friday but had to be postponed until .Saturday on account of rain and saw Naughty Boy, own*, ed by G. M. Kernochan, ridden by Mrs. Lewis Greenleaf, win the blue ribbon for the best jumper of the •day. A capacity crowd witnessed Saturday’s performances and applauded the winner* of each event.  Morning Events  Competition among the polo ponies of various weights was held in the morning and first prise went to “.Jimmy Breese,” owned by Fred H. Post, of East Williston, Long Island; second by “Tetratoney,” owned by Regan McKinney; and third place was awarded to "Afterglow,” owned by Milton McCoy, of Cheyenne, Wyo.  Winners the various weights with their owners were:  Lightweights: “Afterglow," Milton McCoy, first; "Mademoiselle," William Zeigler, second; “Mirabeau," Seymour Knox, third.  Middle and heavyweights: "Jimmie Breeze,” Fred Post, first; "Kitty McVitty,'* Seymour Knox, second;! “Well Trained," Fred Post, third.  Novice lightweights: “Afterglow," Milton McCoy, first; “Kitty Roscoe," Seymour Knox, second; “Quickstep," Milton McCoy, third.  Novice heavyweights:    "Tetrato  ney,” Regan McKinney, first; “Navajo,” Fred Post, second; “Silver Fox" David Dows, third.  Afternoon Events  During the afternoon jumping performances were held and first prize was won by “Red Amber," owned by ( apt. Dometri Ivanenko and ridden by Count Illia Tolstoy. Second place went to “Lincoln,” owned by Cornelius. Vanderbilt Whitney and ridden by Miss Jeanne Hogan. Third was awarded "Spearlight," owned and ridden by Temple Gwathmey.  Interest centered in the afternoon performances rather than the mom mg events and over fifty horses were entered in the jumps. The polo competitions were judged by Dick War ing, nationally known judge of San Antonio, Texas, Archibald C. Randolph, of Upperville, Va., and Waugh Glasscock, judged the jumping events.  Aiken Trio Attends  Legion Spring Rally  W. AUxlon Flagg beat Richard ; GrambriU four and two Saturday to i win th* finals of the Southern Cross cup match at tha Palmetto Golf club, and carried away this most Coveted of all Palmetto trophies.  To rn rn ir Run. Wild in W##k-#nd Tilt  1  " Tr ' a i  B Y Jury/* • Gilbert and and Scorn. Seven of Hi. Tesm*.  Sulliv * n  operetta, was presented in Nino Goal.—Bostwick • Star. I th * «' mnaMum  " f  Juniata Whines-■ ...    day    night,    with    the    cast    being    chosen  from tile student body. A large§  FLIES AND MOSQUITOES COME WITH SPRING, WARNS DR. WILLIAM G. BODIE  Advises Swatting Flies and Insect Pests in Order to Prevent Terrific Multiplication and Disease.  The largest crowd of the local polo season saw Tommy Hitchcock  John W. Ashhursrt, A. H. Ward, and C. B. Anderson, were Aiken representatives to the spring rally of the American Legion, held in Columbia Thursday, at which National Commander 0. L, Bodenhamer was a speaker.  A morning business session was followed by a luncheon at the Jefferson hotel and memi^*r<hip quota? were discussed, disclosing A ikon > quota of fifty had only been reached to 60 per cent, thirty members being enrolled.  Among the objectives to be taken up by each American legion post j during the coming year are the es-J takliahmerit of a Boy Scout troop ,ard the organization of ii jur"..r | Legion baseball team. The Ameri-i can Legion la.-t year conducted a series of junior baseball game* and determined the championship of the United States in a “Little World Series” at louisville, with the notables of baseball in attendance.  Thy Aiken post has already tort cd agitation for a Boy Scout troop for Aiken and are exerting every effort to get a competent troop leader and finance its organization.  This post is one of the three “bachelor" posts in the state without a ladies’ auxiliary and an effort being made to organize one here.  Lyman Wright fell before Frank lead his Rec-, to a convincing 9 4 Bryce five and four, his opponent. victory over a blue team Saturday winning the Aiken cup.    that tried hard but could not ride  and appreciative crowd applauded  the production.  The cast of characters were: Sa-  Highway Bids Include Two Aiken Project*  Low bidders on 12 state highway  (By Dr. W. G, Bodle) Coincident with the singing of birds and blooming of flowers the buzz-huzz of flies and mosquitoes also herald to us that Spring has ar-  Mi.t Swelling Win.  Miss Kila Snelling annexed the Phelps cup in the ladies event.  down the irresistible Tommy.  Watson W ebb and Devereaux Milburn were  ran ne Butler, as the judge; Louise (projects, involving more than $500,- j rivH i4 " d that the f P^^ti.! in* ■ id. t»- Ango na, the ilmntiff; iTMKt -were announced by the highway    *f* ,n    n 1    1 1 ?aK, ‘  8(1 v an-  Lillian Caldwell, counsel for plain- , department recently following open- j **** °  d w **ther and increase  their cohorts of disease breeders  scheduled to play but The "beaten eights" in the South- 1  were not in the line up and rob em Cross match played a consols-  !  bed the game of a possible big lea-tion match and J. Hopkins Smith, gue flavor.  emerged winner, by defeating A. R. I Hitchcock ran away and scored Jones, three and two.    j    seven of his team’s aine goals while  Lyman Wright won the handicap j youthful Bostwick accounted for the match with a score ot 76 gross, whicn lither two. Each member of the Blue   ( tiff; Janet VV bite, as Edwin, the de-j ing of the bids including  Aiken Polo Pony Show Held At McCoy Field  Six Cia..#. Judged and Prise. Awarded - Large Crowd Present for Annual Affair.  The annual Aiken pent p-nv -hew held Sunday on the McCoy field. saw a large number of ponies entered am* Mas witnessed by a large gathering.  The winners, with their owners, s, the various classes, follow:  Class A, international pome- Amy Reginald Taylor; Chico, Th mia Hitchcock; Lincoln, I ’a v iii i >ow ; Glimmer, Allan Pinkerton; Marabu, S, ll. Knox.  Class B, ponies sire ! b\ stallion-registered in the National Polo pony stud book: Minx, Dows Pumice, F. S. vonStade; Scout, Dows; Marjorie Ray, Knox; Fast Black, Pinkerton.  Class C, ponies sired by thoroughbreds; Well Tread, F. IL Post; Glim mer, Pinkerton; Pumice, von Stade; Rim Rooker, Post; Minx, D&ws; Can  gave him a net score of 73 after  substracting his 3 handicap.  Play for the Hitchcock cup began Monday and will probably be term:  Hated today Aith the playing of the; finals.  AUGUSTA COMPANY HOLDS MEETING HERE  stockholders of the Bearings, Parts, and Supplies company, of Au-gusta, held their annual stockholders meeting in Aiken thursday night at the Hotel Henderson. A luncheon was served before business matters were taken up.  “BOBTAIL’ 7  BILLS STARTING TO POP UP IN ASSEMBLY  MAY WRECK PLANS OF CONFERENCE COMMITTEE AND RUN UP APPROPRIATIONS BILL.  It’- “bobtail” bill time with the general assembly of South Carolina, The session’s end is in sight anti with the appropriation bill denuded of all  permanent improvement items the prospect is that, ie usual, efforts will be made to replace them by  n  a , I Ii  O.r i v  pn n  Saturday'* Competition.  One of the features of the second Deuce, Dows. day’* competition was the jumping Class I), foreign bred ponies: La of the three-man    team from the    Polla, G.    H.    Mead;    Marabu,    Knox  Aiken Preparatory school team, which    Glimmer,    Pinkerton;    Chico,    Hitch  placed third in the    team jumps and    cock.  drew prolonged applause from the • Cia?- E. iiest American and f*»t crowd.    eign bred ponies: Well Tread, Post:  Li.t of Winner.    Him Rocker, P t; East Black, Pin  In the class Friday morning for kerton; Mind, Dows; Scout, Dows; thoroughbreds shown in hand, Miss Cynch, Pinkerton.  Shirley Manning’* Irish Castle wa* A class for best.brood mare- suit first with Thomas Mittchcock's "Me for producing polo ponies was Morning Mist and    Miss Georgia    shown.  Shermerhorn s GiFdoe second and    -  third, respectively.    These were the  hunter type, while for the flat race type, Gleneur of the Sewickley (Pa.) stables was first; Wartier, also of the .Sewickley stables, second; Thomas Hitchcock’s Chickamauga was third.  For the steeplechase type, A. F.  The  receive cs of the Gaston Rank Goodwin’* Irish Laddie was first, his A Trust Company have sold to Mr. Fernleur, second; A. Ludlow Kra- ^    ^     eat ( l *‘ r 1yrd horn  MDCH PROPERTY  CHANGING HANDS  meris Lick’s third.  corner of Park Avenue  and b-t on  an i Uni it:  For the steeplechase type, A. F. * tre « t *  known  ^  th<1  Richard in Goodwin's Irish I-addie was first, his P r °P* r ty- This is tho site of ’he o. :  1929 a 'primos,it n bill itself d appropre inn-    total rig  b.639.544. Special    art ap-  via an i loans however ear it d the total beyond $ I I .(KHI,(MMI In two days a flock of “bobtail" b lifer. I only once in each hou?.*, may undo a I that the conference committee may accomplish in reducing appropriations- and more.    It nu  been done before.  Conference Report Expected  The conference report on the an nual appropriation bill was expected to be delivered Monday night. The bill, as it now Hands, authorizes expenditures totalling $1,019,000, a re duction of more than $1,400,000 below the total authorized by the sen ate.  And ?o Monday night, if the con-fi’.es did not change their mind.?. ca h institution kqgw what it had lost and.the wheels may be started rolling to get it hark.  Legislators have been extraordi narlly flee this year with "bobtail’’ bills. 'I he act to discourage suits intended to delay the -ale of th* $(>5,000,000 highway bonds was the outgrowth of a “bobtail" bdl. The act to ratify the $4,000,000 stat blan was likewise a “bobtail" mea sure.  There has been growing opposition,  < spot lilly in the lower hon ■<*, • < • ■ “bobtail” bdl practice and early this srs ion th.- h ouse Incorporated int its rules a provision counted upon t -prevent ‘he practice. The rule how ever ut;, n ,! came finally to it? test  team made one goal for a total of four.  During the fifth accident almost poi u tun s horse fell and r  fondant; Beatrice Stewart, usher; Carol Haines, foreman of the jury; Betty Chapin, maid of honor.  Bridesmaids N. Beers J Hunter, ll King, M Kountze* L. Oglesby, and R, J. West. Jurymen: L. Ahl-strom, lh McGee, A. Sard, A. Bur rage, L. Partridge, K, Burrage, S.  i Robbins, md L.  Swift.  but a injury to the gam.  few minutes o neither man was resume*  chucker a bad rre-1 when Fa-o!!e i over him, pause bowed horse arni  1   MRS TOOLE IO MANAGE FACTORY  His attempt; Hitchcock The line Reds Mead Boats irk Hitchcock Eaton  brea  a1  . ause mallet;  Blues \! Kame  Knox I global t [lows  pany a Mr? A year- e busine?  {{i t vs employ. Mr?. T VV liter  Ville rn,  nd  ■en I ft  and 2 1  >  d in the new tole will be a It .d. w< ll know n nix * in. in the new enc rn* is.  Ople will tie factory ami >ciated with  Wednesday’* Gam#  The Tommy Hitchcock Devereaux Milburn feud was renew, d Wed ne-day and again Hitchcock - team won, 7-5 in a ?sx-chukker match on Harriman field,  A large crowd braved a bitte* w-ind for a good contest which saw Hitchcock's Reds traihnV the Bim 4-2 during the first part of the fourth period. Two goals ended the period with a tie, and during th.* to xt two chukkers the Reds sms nod through to three matkers while the were negotiating one and th. ended 7 5.  FARM LOAN PLANS DISCDSSED MONDAY  APPLICATION FEE FIFTY CENTS  County Committer Will Have Final Jut -1  dict <n Over Application* For. Loan* — Blank* Not Received.  Bl ie  ga me  Mi  mg  .1? of pa?  dicatmns  >n and hamitic farmers'  d I.  Mood*!  M ilium  u’iar as Tommy v during n his ar; vie  The Reds Mi ad Kn<>x 'I tche Eaton  i’s play t he   r a- bitt .st of I tv to I n misse ball e up:  ir.i  The reconstruction of the substructure of the Sand Bar ferry  bridge over the Savannah river on route 26 in Aiken county and in Richmond county, Ga.; Atlantic Bridge company, Greensboro, N. C.? $46,186.; Wannamaker A Wells of ()rangeburg, $59,330.16,  Inc steel superstructure ill the -Tut ti rI of the .ii,.I Bai ferry bridge over the Savannah river on route 2H in Aiken county a -si n R lim lid . ii I, t y, Ga . < i reen-ville Steel and Foundry Company of Greenville, $25,402.41; Atlantic Bridge c mpany, of '(lr. ensb.u », N N.. $38,389.55.  COURT STRUGGLES ALONG ON DOCKET  NO CASE MONDAY MORNING  Nm* Ca*#* Settled from Wedne*day Through Friday— Railroad Lo*#* Dei Ilion to J. D. Weatherford.  The civil *es-ton of circuit court adjourned early Monday morning until yesterday when the ca?, called for trial was found to have been settled out of court.  Convening of court Monday follow ed a slow week before when the lourt struggled through nine cases.  Cate* Since Last Wednesday Cases finished from Wednesday through Friday were .I D Wrath..mf rd, plaint iff, again t • ienrgia and Kl .quia Kailroi  aint.lf  \  u rn $1.7  it Jo  Bb  j I*  ii.  M  M ■ ll  L. T  R.  Poultry Car Stopped at Jackson Monday  A shipment of poultry wa? mad. from Jackson Mon lay morning at 9 o’clock and from Ellenton Monday  afternoon at I :30 o’clock. This car moved on to Dunbarton y< ?t<*rday. Barnwell, today, Hilda on Thursday and Camer-.n Er iv.  Loading will b* agents in .-ach co  Prices offered f care are: colored leghorns, 20 cen' broiler*, 30 cr cents; color, i chickens, 12 cen' geese IO cent?:  - ut , .and ' ors, I  I til TTI 11  ch Isl K  w. ii  u  Th .mas Davit . Bi McClain, .Jackson; K. It. S Ellenton; A M Corley, a1!  I’ VV illuims, Wagener: John J r ian, W S. Sawyer anil Boyce It Gantt, f M metta Application palters for the I ans will be sent out to th*- community committees as -oon as they are I evened from the government, and after filling out may be given to a com mupity committeeman or .*nt dirt •  puny \ . rd  I)  M. C,  ny  unit  lone ii ty.  r shipme u * ii I ii I? fowls, 22 cent ; new feathered i' , Imrebacks, 23 •Mgs and leghorn *; duck?, 15 cent?;  hen turkeys, 25 !0 cent?.  Ii? held to effec  n! V ' h e  Fernleur, second; t  mer’* Lex, third.  For pairs of hunter-. blue bons went to Lipingo and Scarlet owned by Harry Worcester Smith  and rid ten b • Mi?? Edith Bas?, and Ct impton Sn ith. Red id. n- went  -pearligb' and ( ridden by Temple iani Elkin J-., w won by .Ballyhoo (I if Bostwic wick, riding.  Ludlow Kra- Southern railway depot. Purrhu prim 1  $2,500. Sale wa? made by M  r j^ Fannie AA, DuBose, agent  Messrs. Sol. and Sum Sara have sold to Mr. Allen Pinker' in I on Orangeburg street, 175 u J feet. The lot is just north of * •abies of Mr. David Dow- I', chat. price about $4,000. I* i  FREQUENT VISITORS ON DEFENCE SQUAD  the off, Arrange  if til  ut*      f ‘l-    nish ?    tell    •graph ic    help    in th.* of      fict-    of 11    .- f    i'al Ago    . ,    th.* b»*n<      fit    of all    •h    OM* u t    al lo    to fill I      tho    a; pl it    a! :    ti (dank    r    * horn solves      I    'hi? ii    MVC    • nrn* n'    I...to    fund w ii      ..ti    he    i V a    lable to        who can      *i q    ob. ii        rod:! fr*    .TU ll    hank or ;      far    Friers'    sup    ply conr    la t ■    Afb r.ivit     A. I’ I -iw, plaintiff, or ink., * i al A erdi, ' f r the phi J in the sum of $6,(MPI W C Ra-t working under the ti lim- id the Swansea ( hevi oJet . plaintiff, again st J B J. 'T ct for plaint if in the urn or pus; canion of the car Ramsey George and Airs. ■urge, plaintiffs, again-t Ott Sommer and Mr?. L< Ii Continued and injunction again-! use of land in litigation modified in fav or of th** defendant.  Palmetto Lumber company, plum tiff, against Paul Tewkesbury, Verdict for 'he plaintiff for $2,971, In ‘.his rase the defendant had contract .-.I to cut certain timbers for the plaintiff and had failed to do so. Palmetto Lumber company* plum  I *  J  rn mer.  against J. W. Turnb  'any an .I Paul I id f >r nln ip iff $192 7 M J .ne?, plain' IT,  >all ar ! VV J Kimball f* -jct for plaintiff Lu -THI Pro? ## d i nj* t h i • W rt r k e econd week of the < mon Pleas conv. ii* d en A'  i mber  . hurt.  limt I  IO  through reproduction and multiplication bv millions.  Flies Mean* Destruction  One fly or mosquito properly swatted now means the destruction of  swarm? later on, which inevitably follow? the safe emergence of on® female from se mi-h iberia at ion or wintering in mime protected place. However, the mere killing of flies at this season should be energetically looked after and destroyed, since one female fly lays from 150 to 200 eggs at nrtr ?etttrig, and ten to twelve laying periods are not uncommon. One fly hit? been known to lay million? of eggs; and nine or ten generation. have been known to hatch in a single season. Ear ti mates there- (  re, what the 'enth generation of vo ir April fly would aggregate in Ango it.  I ii. - are more dangerous, than all lh. tiger?, lions, and rattlesnakes in the world; and it is an absolute fact that they have cau?ed mote deaths  among human beings than all the war of history combined. Consider therefore, the humble house fly; w it him early and late, and above all, de troy his breeding places.  Unclean stables, cow sheds, hog pens, surface toilets, garbage, anything that will . ause fermentation and spontaneous heat will serve to nourish and hatch out the prospective murderers in the shape of the common house fly,  Next to the house fly, the mosquito rank? highest as a destroyed to human life and progress. There is nu question whatever hut what he a car-cf -nrrlrrm. snr* responsible for Un decadence .,f the Diana oh? of Lr tit and of IC me. and of the ancient civilization of South and Central America. In more modern times thi- ame mosquito Huh held back the progress of certain garden pots of th* world, notably* the South American tropic- and Panama,  And I** -  it remembered that the great inter ocean canal    was only  fir -died after the c mtrol of '.hi peat wa; accomplished by Gorgas. Before mosquito control was undertaken by engineering forces, it will he recall-i ! "ia? th. l-'r.-hch, undertaking this gigantic engineering problem failed  ut t. rh .  Swat th# Mosquito  'talar a < annot spread other than by mosquitoes! Mosquitoes cannot bro ! unit - water is available; theref ore, swat the mosquito! Drain i d I. .‘'up*'■< <':>t a des thai* might contain water, and the mosquito problem, with the malaria probb rn, is soh cd,  NI W HORTICULTURIST TAKES UP POSITION  ffert  anil VV ,  I ) A  K  nam.*? \ Fred B  I* r  I - VV,  Ii t. ton ay an :  Wa  l.i.rtic ul-h..r  I! C  up his Hut i. a Here yes-va JU have the lower half a? his territory. He ii Raw I who resigned r ago.  rn is from Ridge Spring hinted  r  ■■ .rn * lh mson in  I. NI cF  28. He t .ok a year'? •rk at Michigan Stall irip- to ins r < a a rh roinmeotktt* ions.  aquate  ■bobtail’' viny pa ided bv  f H IT! f V J  hird pl Long?! I Dun  at Mr.  I'  I staid*  Frequent visit. am mg 'hon rec. A mer iran I>ef< r, • -'heir group of ai the Amor •    •• again?t all  A nop ,- ’ hose k Tom rn v ll '-ii...  Wats • VV. bl  ad    Male..Im  Hy  po!  a i  The p  He w *!I d  Ilion whi int filled  » hortleu  In  Bayal d g. Mas?  VV ai  ha?  4 S i r v (.rah B. 'I  Kin ■ * J  FAH I \ ANO IT A  Hit.  an I C  Ba s.  I Mi  rod  ■f nt to tho team, rid Pitney and  Aiken preparatory - bt den by Master? Letter.  Jones,  For    hun*#*-? Miller, own  ed and ridden by Miss Molly Crawford was first; second place was won  Continued on page eight  1<>: I- r>.port• d at I In,Oui) MCALISTER TO SPEAK  J K McAlteter, stat® extension worker, will speak before the Bee Island Agricultural club SatUtrda] and use as his subject, “Farm Ms ; chi nary m a labor saving Device.”  rep a I.  dies!!  The ?**c deficit, - ward t merit of which nothing ha? e, will I-.    • Teased bet?^rn  sod $000,900 this '.car in sr# if now revenue bills are  N no ‘.avo  e xpr#.  d  retirement Members o od the Arg*, troupe are ll and ii art!-tia*  !. I  R i'  .ck. ii  H C  W iffor t     r R < t g . I,.* IO I bu a < allod I i hi? - I out far damn . I b j    hi* coljT.ty a.a I *? .** h - ;<■** * I V.          A POLO K Al I. NI l f)’ D           j  f f 't ll    TI ' o          Cl VK Ll AGU I MELTIN'.              - :■ ■ ? ' a* K '              K'WANbS Rf » I N i '■ ! I' F              j expected * me t » A ket *it, i j    *”■ rn \ Po I c > H I J. i’TdJ rh#» r»'a * .i," *’ rf ‘ ( f the Alk un I' tlo ;  * , I > .it i ’■ ’ V i' ,,'j , » t . t? V . I » . ^2 *4 L Ar <4-!          'n sh*.rf Ti *  T  mr.k.- a zarrrv t-~z ■ live hi the re organisation of a 'a' ,•     (  ar d -zen si- it generally take?          I house    that * any to ( la one gu-n.*          -J Efforts ar*' now being n ii lf to  r *> ; five tho club amt Mr franklin •  I assist if ho doom* a club *i• satan* ,    Tho Augusta tiapers des®fib e?i the game as s thriller          

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