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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - April 23, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                i Journal ami j No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Circulation in Aiken County 8 PAGES AIKEN S WEDNESDAY APRIL 23 t COMPUTED TOD AY District U D C Meet 1 Due In Aiken May 3 BEADY wtteh vitt W haU AprU Dr Whtiam G Mpactad M bad tlM a MB for front of tM Atkaa ttiiatri in wfcieh to aU eaaa broogfct In by whlW colored irho rincp twenty cant to 4kt QaaBup will n a ttcket to the AU ken thtatre arrangement has made throufh the courtesy and cooperatiOB of J H Welburn who helped the city cleanups in this way Dr Bodie is to have hand bills printed and distributed over the the various gold and other cash prizes being offered for Rood work tiurimr 4 oclock with a fine atten week The of t4ve Handjdnnce bills will be I The program At AU plana nlada at UM aat of tka Edward Croft Cbapimr of the U D C for tM aaaual dla triet cpnfamiea to Irtld in Aikea Saturday May I bitaiMaa Maaioa will and Bapttft cnardt foUowinc ap jpolatai to act aa a nciftratiM mittw at tlM of tba drarek Mtt dan Dora Qylta MlM Mary Pweival Kate Ufon M4 Miw Cleo Rothrock wijl aa Luncheon will beserved in the ball f Commercial hotttatliSld day 1 The local chapter is expecting quite of visitors thirtythree chapters beinp represented K CLUBS TO MEET SATURDAY RCXMRCANIZI pfUMAJtY AM Caimitr CM WUck ia Mar Tha Domverata of county bean to aunt at tfcalr clnba on Mxt Saturday to for primary in fiap and to CMBtjr convention to ba in Ai kaaoa Thii call appliaa and not Hooverorata men who will abide tht and support the party and nomin The County Secretary haa mailed cluba Manki on which to report re sults of organization delegates ejected to county conven tion Each club will elect one dele gate for each 26 votes thc first primary of 1928 and majority Meeting The regular monthly meeting of the W C T U met with Mrs Abbiejare entitled to in the county convcn Hitt on York street Tuesday after a list of the clubs in the county and the vote cast in the first primary of 1U28 and number of delegates they consisted mostly of The Aiken theater offers a free Business Previous to the mont ticket to boys and Kirla white or a contest was put on hy the colored for each 20 mosquito brwd members of the W C T with tin cans or water holding Reds and with a train of tncles such as bottles jars pans etc jl new paid up members making a In addition the boy or rirl of I paid in the itrcatcst number during Delightful refreshments were the weeks compaicn will receive aserved by the hostess The next free pass to shows for the entire Wetine will be the thirtl Tuesday in season The tmy or jrirl brincinc in nnd will be held at the home the second greatest number willjof Mrs J L Owens All members receive in cash from arc to attend Civic League For the third itreat cst number in cash and for the fourth greatest number in j cash will nlso be awarded by the Civic 1 CoU Offend j in gold oITered by Dr j u with twobit Bodio to the white homo or family bmikflua Saturday at Gran collecting and destroying the J0c John amount of rubbish nvKro Ws ufe he now lies in TWO BIT QUARREL ENDS IN GUN FIRE buryinjt away without waiting or haulinc for the city lho Aikrll with a the Vaddimr in hi K tion Aiken Bath Bclvcdire Beech Island Clcarwjiter No 1 Clcanvntor NIL Chinijunpin Gloverville Graniteyille Hopewell Lantrley MiTier No 1 MiTier No J Millbrook Xn I Millbrook No Ntw Holland RncKy SprinK j Silverton No Silverton No Seivern Shujtr Shaw Fork Vote in No of carts and who otherwine makes thc fttxHtOiM sanitary improvrjncnU on their premises in irold is also offered the colored home or family doing thc same thine Cult 84 For DoUiU Families competing for these priz rs ahould call phone 84 and retristor 5Omc Joe failed U for thc contest The prises will tcjshow up and invcsUKaUon disclosed awarded after inspection before hc had bought thc food and after thc debris has bwn destroyed it mnolhcr woman by a committee from the Civic j met him nd told him not to come in her yard she says un less he had her money He came his fcllowboard abdomen i The shot was fired lU close ranirc by Ronottn Johnson his landlady at just before noon From her cell in thc county jail says that Joe was Riven a quarter this morn and told to buy some breakfast thc household while Uosctta col some Clean up your premises whether you contest for the or not Tlre sreatwst prize after all U ftnd Urted arKUmcnt itary healthful surroundinjrs JRosctta who had laid hands Persons unable to burn or bury snotKun and was stnndinc with on n outside their trash and their prenvihcr housc prctPndinK to Rive her thc money he started towards thc woman and she fired directly into his abdomen and fled to the tses are to collect and place name in containers accessible to city carts Extra trucks are beinp operated and Council is cooperating in every possible way Holp them Help us and help yourself by cleaning up inside and outside No From Dumps Tabernacle No anis No i Wagcncr Windsor White Pond Warrrnville Vaucluse Total 1 2 8 10H 5 HIT SO JH 171 i4 118 i rrj 11 9 on Ijj 172 sn 150 ico Rfi 72 us S7 Rl 118 fi2 4 2 173 7202 Del PROCLAMATION CLEANUP WEEK Hear This Ye People Think Act Know all Men Women and Children By Theee Presents That WheroM CleanUp Week wiH rwult in many benefits to this Community In Safeguarding Health IntStimulating Civic Pride and In Making the City and Home Beautiful i NowTWefore be it known have beer perfected for a thorough cleanup campaign Of Beginning April 28th and to continue through May 3rd The above period to ire devoted to a ami in np nncl it tip Therefore I urge every citizen re do his or her lct part to make our city CLEAN HEALTHY and BEAUTIFUL FRANK I HKNDKI5SDN WiQ Hold Memorial Exercises In School Aa 10th falU on Saturday thia the Manorial excreiMs will held Friday May 9th at Urlfi in the auditorium of Aikan Institute An appropriate procram is beiny prepared by Prof McGarity and one of young lawyitra will deliYtr the speech The Confederate veterans of Aiken county with their wives are expected to attend tbeso exorcises after which dinnerwill be served to them by the Edward Croft Chapter U D C In the afternoon flowera and laurel wreaths will on the Confederate graves in the various The folloninjc committees are ap pointed to decorate the graves of the Confederate Veterans Millbrook churchyard Mrs Fabian Summenill Mrs E E Woodward Bethany cemetery Mnv HIT CHAIN STORES AT MASS MEETING f AUSPICES ClttXtNS COM Attack ElUu RwdU at MMM Frhlay A danaaeiatlon of ehali tfctlr mathoda tinir ttfcica and thair ww heart night at a nut eout trio from N B M Boyd Our waa principal followed jbiy B VofV ier and Fred H Haatjr onbabalf of CttinaM ProUctirt of cWiotto all three man named chain itoraa aa a to independent aa shutting opportunity to ihe nonts of unfairand fraudulent method Mr Boyd who has been heard over station WBT described foreignowned chains and advised his lu RfiiUn front Mrs Yarber Mrs Huchot Mrs Carsi fl an mcnns of stopping well and Mrs Lnndrum their jgsnwth and preventing further Baptist Kricecc inronds into thc community Methodist churchyard Mrs Gricr churchyard Mrs Sehro dor Monument MrCartrr Falau speaker stressed particularly chnin store in a Spelling Contest May 14th 5 30 6 14 0 1 a a I 20 13 3 20 Thf C iie held uiiniy Spelling rontert will Wednesday May M at M in tho Aiken Institute am torium A will be awardid in the boit crammar SCOUT TROOP TO BE GROUP AIKEMES TO MADE UP TOMORROW JUNIOR ORDER MEET J W ATTEND btsl Ul I A similar prize will Twenty Have Been j Group WiH Be Stiinifirld Mentioned CompoiMl Of Experienced Vice Councilor for Coming Yen of Convrn A IJiy Scout iirKuimatuin muitini i lion will be held in the Pansl1 house Thursday niKhl iH oclmk i A delegation f men nnd wonuii when thc first troop uf III proposed Aiken Monday tr nftrnd the com pnlrul will be furmcd hinod State tiuetinir nf the Junior Or Applications from twenty ItiiUd American Mechanics nnd Th llhiil purrhawK 1 brought ft fa Is having saved and mined n com nmniy Iliintitur that chain growth of independent Iradvsinrii Mr lioyd said thnt thc Mrvnil wni tn the doors of inde p Imsiniss ventures and enslave 4 H CLUB WINNERS DECIDEDATURDAY Attention In aconrdaiixc thc rules and regulations and thc Constitution of thc Democratic Tarty notice is here by riven that there will he a meet inR of Aiken Central Democratic Club at the Curt House at Aiken S at 11 oclock on Saturday April 2fith for the purpose of aid club nnd for the have been received by the American itroup in f the onrfini W in sciut and work on the Tenderfoot tostt is expected to bcinn as simn as Krnm the applications Trow in oifchl will be delected on the of previous scout experience and this number will be pushed as fast as possible through the Tenderfoot Flv literi of America al men and four wero ill j 4k firlv uHilt will ruturn Wcdncij nUrht attmdjntr ire Mri Kiilnlie Sullie and Mrs Myrtis Joldmnn all rejire from the Kmily leiiyer riiiincil Aiken nnd Mrs SalliiM Cushmnn state cimncil tive and of the comniitter National fnuncil Pauih Mi H MANY CONTESTANTS Ailenc of Sdllnjr Ith Nromi Iul mrr Of CruniirviIIr Judncd Club Girl which will br nccessarj before ters of America the Aikrn itroup will receive rccoj M nition from the national oreaniratiin field Judcr Afer completion of the first tests Warneke n in the party are John K C R Webb Herman N oilier and election of delegates to thc county ho waited until the could come from Aiken and make an arrest j Information from the sheriffs ofj ficc says that eyewitnesses testify i Dump piles outside the city will lPhnon ran into the house after I be closely watched and children in the in cans from these sources frnm him a will not rcccivp tickets nor he n M SMOAK Tresiilent Ellcnton Club Meeting another Rroup will he admitted nnd T Cnnhman similar work don 1 Kuckcr Nowj for Aueusta Scout executive has i Mr Stnnsfield is beint prominent been stivinir advisory aid to tho local ly mentioned for State virorounci Scout organizers at thc elections to ho held at thc The committee from tho convention and his Aiken friends are can in charce of tho work hoping that he will brine home the consists of Mandel Surasky Dr honor This is the annual State and wns held in Aiken year with the local chapr to Holbrook Wyman W O Ernest Haftrs am Claus Ruch lowed to compete for n capital Cans must be collected within the city limits One can or broiipht in Auto matically the brintrer mm time Johnson is from K and has been employe hotels To The of Silverton No 2 Democratic club are hereby called to n club meetinir at the Klcnton school ho Lfith CONVICT ESCAPES FROM GANG Leon Robinion Colorrd Awoy From Chain No 1 Nrnr Bath rs of the younjter ircnerntion v ill have to ioek job W K Henderson of Shrcveport rnme in fur a word of praise from Mr liiyd who discribed the owner of KWK11 ns n public benefnctor and a in the antichain t n H Vonler WHS the second and spoke ns n merchant of inliit iripvUi ince nnd at present secretnry nf tho Irolcrtivc of Char lotte Mr chief point of attack thr frandiilfiil beinir cold by whom he claimed tnide which look like xtandnrd nnd decoy the r public Williim1 of Snlliv ltt makinir purrhnises Hr WBH drrlairtlihr f nffida in the health which i vits nml annually thMl Inn nf rollccled thecounty underthe of hii work Hailev HMM made an to hi hear i TS to avoid traclinK at chain stores is fifteen years of ntfe 5 n nnd slrrscd thr advantMcrs to a com thr dauirhter of R ii tnunitv of prosperous independent Second place went to Min mrrchants nhlr and wi line to coo nice Hraron of the i tribute to all community enternnsea club who 11 fifteen vcnris of School churches and chanties arc irst place in the contest for the L not hrlixd bv chain stores and their club jrirl Miss Neonu hulmer methods he told his audience judKei winner and Hollins second Kulmrr is Frrd thirteen yrnrs of npe nnd the1 Fred II HaMy another of of Mnrk Fulmer f the Charlotte delegation brought Hdlin ii to the of Aiken old and th lauiThter of A H from and complimented tif Tainha pople for the made so ar the chain evil I1 F Hendcrsin of Aiken bar ir health i il the speakers Mi enough to pay Health St Thaddeus Church Elects Officers I d by b BENEFIT BRIDGE PARTY County Profits From Seizures Tho club v il rie a bene fit hridpe party tniiiMrdTV rvpnimr at at the of Mayor and Mrs Frank i Henderson will he nt ich re freshments served Price of tickets each The Sheriffs office wnrth f CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ANNUAL MEETING Every man nnd wo man in Aikiiu mem bers or not are to the Annual mootincr of thc Aiken Chamber nf Commerce to bo held ftt thc Masonic Hall Main street Friday eveninc f April at oieht P M A this president and directors will make thir nport and a nnd eir jrertrr bo etectei ti ervp Chftrriher of Commerce for thp en sum c It hnpd ToXi at will bf on April from the results of inrc th first of tho year th of the seized cd to with copper on worth S100 nnd frxiit worti th amount In February the salos imniinti to Fourteen sackof valued at has been the countv as ns ici1 of meal valued at a cunniv of supar still he he sheriff to bo disposed In addition to all of t ll i Id nnd he fu iMr he county EXCHANGE will h John II Iarker of name of dem to till a vacancy aii Suprrmr Ouirt llrr FREAK NCI Miss Baileys Schedule May n f thf Standard v i r nr fice froxn Ii to 12 oclock New Uy free tA V If plants VrV W I and oration not fnret Via i ff r thu fnii Mr Jir r t 1fr iT the H f hr V i re il v i vr for T i ki io ii v s r n Mi si rr Vri1 cr   

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