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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - May 14, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                ttfcf twMfirta Review No Published inthia Locality the Journal and Circulation in Aiken County f S 0 WKDNMDAY MAY 14 1930 COURT OUNDTAIES UPMONDAYiOWflNG HALF OAf ADJOURNMENT CBM M Paper Grwta endlesswork Monday morning and five cases were disposed of Monday morning after which there was an adjournment for thedayat no aaeawejre ncheduiedUto come up were Roy HanKinson prohibition viola tion and Theodore Houston colored stone charge svt months Paul Hamlett white was given a sealed sentence for a prohibition vio latiqnand Sentence read nx months with four suspended on Brown colored sealed sen tence violation prohibition law Jeff Boyd white prohibition vio lation sealed sentence Library Scene Meeting Of Auxiliary L Gutar that M fw Hwpital fcy Hw Aifcm The regular meeting Wo mans Aiudlitty to Aiken County Hospital WM held at the Dibble Me morial Library last Saturday May 10th Mr ft L Gunter chairman of the Aiken County Hovital board was present reported the arrival at the hospital of the plagter table refreshment booth the Show had been held by the Auxiliary for the purpose of raising funds for this table and the report of its was most gratifying to tfee Mr Gunter named the sum fflGHTOBUTE BY NORMAN ECULLUM Memorial Day Speaker Reviews EUckgound Of Confederacy And Record Of Heroism And Valor Through War Of The Confederacy Of Confederate Flag Given This speech was delivered iyJfcJSullttnsLat cises held Friday in the Institute au The Confederate Soldier a people whose predominant charac teristics were love of cpuntry love of home and love of good govern He came from a people who heart and soul inspired with love of homt The Jirst Battle of Manassas fully deiriionstrates the valor ttie courage the desperate determination of the Confederate who although handicapped in number and juuiib lie vniuu jiuiii pvuuic wiiu assaulted and vanquished had since thebeginningof the Re armed and equipped public stivenfor independencejmd equipped soldiers of the opposing army Here some improvement and en John white simple assault and battery Thirty or Uwt Work Wednesday the following picas were heard persons white unless otherwise stated Forrest Lowe prohibition viola tion ten months four suspended dur ing good behavior Rosa Johnson colctred man slaughter three years B R Rawls prphibition violation twelre months six suspended Lonnie Johnson prohibition six months or Wallace GHchrist colored prohibi tion six months two suspended dur ing good Triwl John Craig prohibition not guilty Frank Greene prohibition iruiltyV scaled sentence Ora Watson colored possension of liquor six months Glatis Lowmnn colored jprohibition violation months or Beltix Howard pro hUjition colored aealeri sentence guilty C B Harden and J D Buxbce prohibition violntion guilty fix months Paul llamlctt KUilty prohibition violation scaled sentence Vrernon Morris transporting iruil ly sentence Arthur Cnrjcn not guilty prohibition violation A mistrial resulted in the case of the state against Curtis white charged with assault and bat tery with intent to kill when he cut his fatherinlaw T J Dunklcy of Wnrrenville Trial of Loc Greene and R W His j who had always occupied the imost realized iy show for theikr honest adrmrastration of was tfeni hospital questioh cam paifcn to raise funds for extensive improvements to the hospital was un der discussion Mr Gunter told of the imperative plan ning and in the praetical accomplish coiuptcuou Places in the historjof largcments to present building The question arose as to the advisa bility of expending a minor sum for meeting the immediate demands or of a more extensive program of remodel ing the building in accordance with the plans drawn by Scroggs Ewing of Augusta at the instigation of the Auxiliary during the past year It was requested that a meeting be called of the present board of trus tees the retired board and the Wo mans Auxiliary the three organiza tions interested in the hospitals wel fare in order that they might con sider and decide what should be the objective for the coming year this country Washington the most illustrious of Southern men spirit and genius behind the Revolu tion the first president of the United States and the man whose name today is borne by the capital city of our country The writer of thc Declaration of Independence was a ment of plansIn this battle under the lead jership of Bcauregard Lee Hampton military Stuan and there wag djs I played by our soldiers a scene of dashing gallantry valiant heroism i valor and courage that is the admira Ition and pride of this entire country j today It was during this battle in I posting his men for a further choree Monetta Will Obtain Bloodied Jertey Sire Fann Eiull Pennsylvania l7 t Southern even the Consti n j i i J Beau regard spoke to his soldiers tution of the United States was a product of a Southern mans brain 1 them that they fought for If 1 should mention the battle fields homo and for country These senti ments were loudly cheered by the luuuij it y of Kimr s Mountain and of Cowpens 0 soldiers and Bcauregard said he then befotv vour minds eye there passes i ft reassured of that unconquerable in review the gallant arid heroic ac tions and dcedn of our Southern patriots The names of Marion Sutn ter Jefferson Pinckney Hayne and AKEN GETS SHARE UNDER 601 LAW by Thii Co Under the Law Monthi of School for Every South Carclina Pupil t of the metit to whoojs under npiiroximnting was Saturday by 1 It in nt of odiuatim ff others without mentioning our omiiNMit statesmen jurists and edu all serve to us feel that i the world is indebted to a very larjfe j extent at least own South jfor thc Krpublic that cxiKf tixiivy causus us to the itory of this country was in a nty jtwajiuro made and determined by Six jSuulhcrn men South At the bnrinninjr of the war our i Southern country ittiii a WJth Grernville with Sparlanbtirsr with lowl She lirt of in thr apportionment vncr baxcd on nrollriunt anre number of teachers lt The payments are n the second tHMlpIr nf lnc South three months priol of the school and rnliuhtcnrd state of nvili Th rnn the Smith futim in thlri for Thus wi find vir My Another addition to thc brecdiiis herds of Jerseys netta section a young has been shipped from Many Springs Farm of NewCenter ville to McCane Sawjers Jersey farm at Monetta It is known over the entire state that Mr Sawyer is develpping a highly commendable The purchase of this excellent 3ull caused iimch favorable com ment by Jersey fanciers thissec tion It MS stated Mic breeding of the recently acquired bull meets all requirements of the most discrimi nating Jersey enthusiast The bull is namedSafes Dreamer pjeaming his sire has a rich inheri tance for both dairy conformation and profitable yields of milk That tie is transmitting these qualities is plainly evident from the number of us tested daughters the size of their records and the prize winning of his get Great Sire He is one of the best and most favorably known of all the jrreal sircs has made a significant contri bution to the breed and although L venue Hifclrway DcpartM frw t Will fe of fa The Special Commission having in charge the fexpeticliKirc ot fluids paving and sewers decided at a meeting held on Saturday to pave avenue The commission received tef umTfrom the Highway depart ment allowed oirpavtnK Uie cRiiteitr eiwl of Park avenue Aftef paying a balance of remained Of haS bcenvap propriated to extend the sanitary and surfaced drains of thc cityl The remainder will be used to avenue The section of this atreet is approximate ly ofa mile The city iimits Vend just beyond llie fesTHehcu of Mrs C B Souttcr but it is un derstood that the county will finish this paving to the Ausrustu road still a yotinc hull has made a distinct place for himself in Jersey annals The typo of paving has not been decided upon but several contrac tors have been over the work and fire preparing estimates The work will be advertised and should be let in timo to have the by the middle of June and it should be finished In about thirty days wju tho spjrjl year whidi the state Ulp Roverpicnly thn bc at leart six months began yesterday afternoon l lclua SX Thc fir5t Their after some difficulty in choosing month bfnuirhl lho couniwerc the and jury They are charged with shooti ing a negro This case was tried some time ago and resulted in a misL funds will go to the counties as fol trial HFTEENHLLED ON STATE ROADS Xewberry 11 it fathering According to reports received by the state highway 1G1 accidents occurred on the state high way system during April Fifteen persons were killed 10 wore serious ly injured and SO were slightly in jured I Thcro wore 53 collisions between j Aiken Delegation Will motor vehicles 11 with nther vehicles j one between motor vehicle and hi cycle 21 with fixed one with other objects two with animals two Aiken with trains and seven pedestrians to attend tile sevencounty wore struck by moving motor vehicles rally in Kdirefselii Iriday There were noncnllision include the mn Twentynine were 11 H ami 1 A overturned were driven ofT Ballentine r Bus and two were driven off Henry Hollcy Horace HtrtiLy Five vehicles were licsiroved M M by fire after overturninsr were hoy loved tics approximately less than thcir thpy lovod homf the total being paid this week were patriotic of this of the 601 Iami Then that representative of thc South the Confederate soldier j voluntarily and willingly left jhis home of happiness and corn fort tft face death upon Ihe field of battle He was without or expectation of reward pave the consciousness of a duty performed in the protection of those principles for which the South stood and v lows Aiken county Allendale Bamberg i Bcauf ort Edccfielrl Greenwood Hampton Laurenn I M oT 540 to which he was devoted This i wonderful when we reflect on the situation at t hurtles where all work had to and where in many instaiue fa arrd were ruined v utensils dis the to nciure in the s the m the up heir M wordy damasred snd damnfrpd from ra other vehicle were da sligh Frank K Trowbridf and A H Two h irsr V1 Extra Jurors Drawn muUs six calves i killed Xinc occurred n or At Monda3s SeSSIOn It at iniblic hce nl crndc nqucrable spirit of his army that would enable them to wrunch victory from host then threatening them witli de struction Hre UKI w Itarn Ktmu thing of thc manner of men our loaders were d of the patriotic spirit with which they were imbued Uenurcgard in his rpport of the bat tlenays Oh wy country 1 would gladly sacrificed my lifv nnd all tho brave men around me to KBVO your honor to main tain your independence from the yoke which the ruthless invndcrx hatl come to impono and render Origin of Battlr In connection with JJiii sanu Me have an i triestint a cmin of tile of ate tiaile flnsj This i from vditwi The practn ally tie field the Manaics on the aftelllood of JUt by Hcaurrirard Al tlm hour the fate of the onfcderncy rem blsnir in the balance king I the Warrenton urn ke between the elevations which Mere occupied j by the Confederates the positions beyond which were occupied by the Federal troops he nw n body of soldiers moving towards his left and towards the enemys riirht He could not tell whether thpy wore Federal soldiers or his own reinforccments which he was expecting He was un nHlo to decipher the colors thorp was no aid tin account of the and hr fact that the colors hnd drooped Brinsr unable to ascertain whether they were Federal soldiers or Confed erates the uniforms colors of both bcine so vimilnr he an aide asked him to ee if rl but he XH to do he fet that of troop1 de f av Finally rrenient It is proposed to pave only a roadway of about 20 feet and the Imp Sybils Safe the dam of will begraveled This Safes Dreamer is a Gold Medal jwi Klt lhtf onJiction of those who daughter of the Progeny IIosed to hard surface mads ning Register of Merit Sybils inmbnge 4th sire Imp DR BODIE AT CONVENTION Dr Williivm G Hiulic of the county health scnHce returned Wed msday front Florence where he atj a twndny convuntititi of the j South Carolina Medical aRFoiiation which hold its annual mcctint tlivre He reports i very Micccwful meet WET OF BEAUFORT WILL OPPOSE HARE SMETMA WELfiORN REFUSED OrNOH CIty ta Join Witk Refusal to give an option on the Aiken theatre for a definite period to Welborn and the purchase of a tractor and grader occupied the ingMonday night An offer fronfan A ujrasta committeeforthe cityof paijfn was taken under advisement Auftntn Mr Moody chairman of the Au gusta chamber of commerce Appeal eel with representatives from Part JEoxrcsl HilteBjckerj jind BonAir hotels and explained that advertising campaign for the Augusta resort and invited Aiken to participate Their plan was to advertise the entire AikenAugus ta region All of the representatives emphasiz ed that the resort business this past season was not up to par that an ef fective advertising campaign was nec essary to bring people alone Federal Route 1 instead of allowinjr them to the Coastal highway in their trip south Council dccided that the matter would have to be taken under advise ment with certain interested parties if Aiken and promised to report to the Auifiista citnynittco within a weeks time Theatre Option Mr petitioned council to renew his option on the Aiken OICM tre for another year nt the expira of the present option June 1 He nuitl that he had raised n portion of CLAUDE M AMAN ENTERS um to nnd CONGRESSIONAL RACE IN THE modernise the present theater SECOND DISTRICT CHARGING j that he hoped to Ket the additional CORRUPTION AS RESULT OF mont within a year or time OF nir Charleston beilur of the Dr Kenneth Lynch of j PROHIBITION cho sen for j Saturday Claude M Amnn of oominit j Umuforl annnnnrH h would Council dcciikd shut it cnuld not renew the opt inn fur a sot time but njfrred that Mr Welborns would run tmMinilvly nntt that if JTer of tnoher were nc r iaUni the theater Mr Uelliorn would be kiveti ten days no ice Tractor i of a iTacitir MM FREE EXAMINATION BY HEALTH DEPT THOSE OF PRESCHOOL AGE puldic hi could nn of the nation xvith the dope 1 in syrup of fake prohihition nnd that IH i of prohi bition and enforcement durinK She last live years are putrid beyond In illliv reptid lii erv company CleyTrac Adams H ad machin 10 Muchin of fur n ir and an for Dr John Doufflaift County Dental Clinician itt North Augutta Summer H Corruption Chiirfed of the corruption amonc Will Conduct Free Clinic the of the and nn The Aiken Cunty Halsb It merit assisted Dr A A W and the Parent Teacher nf North i ehoil clinic at the Friday for i childien will enter venr tion and said that the youth of the miiiiin was demorilizcd nnd beinu corruptiMl and foundation f so cietv w is u re f make iNHeve proliilutnvn1 and its eiifnrcennnt He declared that ten years of the present law he thai it cannnt c enfnrc Curb Market i H Mallcntine representing the chamber nf commerre council to help the chamber in establishing a curb market for this city and noint divide 1 t Continued on Pace 8 CULLUM EULOGIZES CONFEDERATE VETS EXERCISHS AT INSTITUTE Group of Attend Progrum n nH Ar Trndr Given hy UnitrH of Confcd upon Found Drfrrlivr AIKEN DENTISTS WILLCO TO ASSOCIATION MEETING Dr K H Wvman of ta wiil when that I y fr H 1 Rftr d man of i jind iterstir committee of frrirv ir F M Xsr HEALTH EXAMINATION FOR FARM VS w I   

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