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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - June 11, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                No Papar Published m this Locality Equal the Journal and Review1 Circulation in Aiken County s PAGES A i VOU CONO M AIK1N W1DNM0AY JUNE II DEBT W A COMMUN1C A TWN that tU OHUity U Not Pay ing OM Fro Interest Editor Journal and Umlfr date JMM 4 1930 you OK UM front ptfttt your pa pw Bonded Debt of County jvur table WM r compiltd by tlw County and U up to April 30 The Mrs thmt the foUowing Bond outoUndinc Sand Bar Perry Jndebted Road toUIing All bear aix per cent except bears five making the interest per year Then the statement shows f or roads carrying interest 190Jf5 a day As to fim Hem of I have consulted Mr Williamson to verify my and I find that the sink ing fund for the Bridge Sand Bar Ferry in the bank drawing four per cent and se cured by bonds The Back Indeb tedness item of has in the sinking fund draw ing intemt at four per cent and the Gregg Road has as a starter on the linking fund which Twill draw four per cent and only half of that issue is to be paid by the County the other half being paid by the District the road is in Hence the debt for irhich the money is yet to be collected to pay on these first three is on the first on the iecoml nnd on the third making n to collected yet of Safe Robbed At Flight Station The safe in the freigfit the Southern Railway blown open sometime Wednesday morning and the robbers got away with about in of cRScks wereinthe safe but ilfter ob taining iobbere dumped and cash from the checks leisurely left the building Entrance was made in a side win MANY HONORS CONFERRED itptt AdMiraM M 0 O One of the wceewful annual icauona experienced by the Saint came to an end hut Thursday evening when Commencement exercises were held at the Aiken Opera House before a large and appreciative audience The closing exercises were begun Thursday mornrng at the Academy Hall where promotion cards were distributed and premiums were awarded The Rev L El dow The tools used in breaking the combination dial were obtained from the section masters tool box near the depot In a box earnear the depot two trainmen were sleeping and heard out the noise from an automobile paid no attention to it The used nitroglycerine and shattered the front of the safe the flying iron doing considerable damage to the freight office About 4 oclock in the morning of ficer Arthur arrested a man for loitering about the city nnd the man was required to put up bond lie was released and later when the authorities heard of the robbery the man was rearrested He gave his name as W J Johnson of Augusta His handkerchief was covered with soup the same kind that was used 00 It will be noted that the th oml also nmd Oliors f whichtheCounty pays on the money at six per cent would be bond he had and the interest that th in cash His County would pay on the Gregg Road jnfi hands wprc from Bond half of the Usue would in n bucket at the depot making a total of and the inter est received on the sinking fund of the amount already collected and now in bank secured by bond at four per cent is leaving a bal ance of to lie paid by the Countyjjtnd sues were not for roads I consider them as such The gasoline lax which the County receive is an nually which overpays the differ ence in interest againat the County and leaves the Bounty with little less than profit from the users of the roads which will as can land his elbow was injured to be from the flying iron from the safe The authorities believe they have the right man and he is now lodged in the county jail chanted with the robbery Continued on page five XV TEAR WLn j Content AiW Dimmt Will State ToNsnnm R W Evans of Cameron won Ant tha Contest offered by the Cdtton associa tion for the essay on How Can the Benefit of the Agricultural Marketing Act Be Brought to the Cotton Second won by Wolfe TO COST ABOUT 1 to t la for of Schoenbetfvof North and third by Miss Beatrice Asbell of Ridge Spring prizes were and 7 The Aiken district is composed of exercise Inthe evening at delightful program by the students of the High School and j the Class The address and blessing were fifteen the selected in Itheir various of the high v given by the Right Reverend Emmet M Walsh D D The program consisted of the fol fowing Til Celestine day and winners from Florence and Spartan burg districts for the state prize uf Judges of the contest vvcre Audley H Ward district farm agent the College extension for sor A contract willbe let very short ly for a big addition tothe Aiken In stitute building Two wings arto be added on the eastern side of the j building both two stories high Plans jarc now being completed by J H Johnson architect and the new ad dition will harmonize in every way with the new building necessitated by the increased num ber of pupils who nre coming to this each year the desire j of the trustees tij keep up wjth the i march of progress In ono of these new wings a laboratory will be equip ped so that the students can get the proper training in physics This jwill be welcomed news to the patrons ToTthe school i The other rooms will be used to for the graded work and to Bridge and Road fcy OR 24tfc County Several projects among road and bridge contracts to be let by the Highway department at ColiimbuTon June 24th affect county Three of them in the county islisted The addition of four 22foot spans to the present bridge over Ed isto river on Route 1 The construction of a reinforced concrete bridge over Horse Creek on Route I between Aiken and Augusta The paving of gaps on Route tween LexingtonAikcn cpunty line Court of Equity Now in Session The Court of Equity with Judgo Hayne F Rice presiding opened in jAiken on Monday The Court will through the week and many leases will come before the Court for settlement Oh Monday a hearing in the case TO Of EN SWIMMING POOL lent of tlic Aiken city schools and Ye the Ceci H formvr superin Fitzpatrick Piano Miss Nancy Hurley tendent of Aiken county W E La Welcome Lila of Jonnston represented the er cooperative association presiding khc Piano j Martha Sancken nnd Virginia Hinsnn Piano Solo Arabesque Protective Nancy Conferring of Honors Diplomas and medals awarded the CiauOll functioning of th I I The new building addition and fur niching will cost from to nnd will be paid for by a special tax of three mills levied dur ing 1930 and 1S31 nnd a one mill I levy in 1932 A special committee composed of Messrs Harry Sudlow B Ether edjre and W W Edgerton have charge of the building operations vs James I j Quinby et asking for more time in which to perfect an appeal to the for the city at the hear j Supreme court The motion was de nied i The Court took a recess yesterday morning nfternoon sever al motions were heard Visits Aiken After Twenty Years Absence following in the Classical ment Putt of Constitution Into the Hindi of III Member At the regular monthly meeting of city council on Monday night a num ber of matters of importance came up for consideration John V Noel appeared before council and asked that the city take a quarter of page advertisement in The October uwue is to be devoted to travel in the South The for this purpose The matter of opening the swiin ming pool was discussed and council agreed to vote the sum of per for three months to aid the civic organizations of the city in opening the pool Council made the condition of the appropriation that no fees be charged and that nn Ap ken citizen be in charge the pool The question of came up was discussed Council thought it advisable to have a rep inr before the Railroad Commission on June 12th and Senator John F Williams will ibe asked to attend the heHrinp Miss Agnes Cashin per cent Miw Julia Porter cent j Thp cunstiluUon Miss Nancy Harley per cent Aiken Counlv Composition nnd Letter Writing i A550Ciation has just born printed by Tuberculosis Clinic By Health Dept The Sister linnnted bv th OleBtirie Alumnnt QuHle pin Aikon Juurnml of Saint Angela Acadomy for Association ohjecl of the itin pre The Chief of Police was in need of a new automobile and council voted to provide him n new car Petitions wore received from Laura Turner Mrs John May and H G Anderson asking that curbing be put in front of their properties Prof and Mrs W L of j Lano on Lnurpns strpot N were among the Mix W F Reyliurn petitioned for mutton Aiken on Monday prof UncM lllookui was Superintendent the um jjiKnjnm pnrk BHvo Aiken InMifule twenty ye and a host of friends her who scroition of tho foreist and in Composition unj controlled its drawn for by Miw Agnes Cashin from janlact bv no nut lo the growth of hotter gnnte cover in nnd on these forests ant forest lands Also to htiwuliito a proper attitude towards forest landx and to o County hikhest mark mad Julia Porter Nanry Hurley Liln Bnkor arid Frances Ray Won by I These requests were granted A light i was irdered plnreil it tht1 intorser to welcome hack I nm South fboiindiy Avenuu Itiport of City Clerk jtnd Treas IM Agtus Ciishtn Medal for the avernKr Doolrine prizes ex Jtilin thP use there Iortr Randall Appeal Before Pardon Board On Friday State Board of Par don will take up the consideration of the appeal for clemency of An YJrcw P Randall of this county He was convicted of burglary and larceny sentenced to one years imjRckson Aslonc Attend Short Course Held at Winthrop Six women nnd six trirk mad a very trip to Wintlirop Col lege Thursday June fith to attend the Short Course now in ses sion This is a full attendance each county bring allowed 12 therefore Aiken gets on the hohnr roll for havinc all delegates present The following women and girls are in attendance Mrs W S LeCroy Sallcy Mrs Ganin Kitch ings Mill Mrs A I Fulmcr Eureka Mrs K Gnntt Monctta Miss Grace Brodie Kitchings Mill Miss Ruby Jones McLaurin Misses Ncomi Fulmer Glovervillc Ethel Williams Green Diplomas from the Pnlmer Writinic for proficiency have liven awnrdn to Nancy Harlcy FrancerRay Aitnri Kennn fur improvement in muir wore awarded Nancy Harley Mary Ann Strndman Address to grnduatos Miss Frani ces Ray i Carnival do Vcniso j Nancy Hsrlry Jcanettc Mclfi Louise Uoper and Pamela Ciimiinicj ham Swept Mystery j of piano Miss Nancy Harley j A medal for perfect attendance was drawn for by Agnes Cnshin j Julia Porter Nancy Hurley Frances Ray Walton Cohen Pamela Cunninsl ham Louise Roper Emily Roper The oltuerr nfp Munsnn Mortir president L Boykin vice tirisi drnt Lee Gownn iror IHrectors Tlvmas Hitrhrnrk Geo It Mend W H MrClain F W Claudia Ihrlp H M Cawrls Monrmi Mor L W liovkin NEW BOOKS AT LIBRARY hnvt Arlcn Collison Sallcy Cornolin Gleason Catherine Vorenrs pritonment Wan enice Oct Lp Monotta Herbert Johnson Arthur Vere 1929 physical condition of prisoner Amonr those recommendj ing clemency are D H Turner j Magistrate J P Howard Sheriff and W A Sawyer foreman of chain gang Judge W H Grimball and Solicitor B D Carter recommend a parole Gsrvin New Holland and Virginia Hollins TalathnHnwthorne nee Nicholas Vprene Stalhy Ye CENSUS FIGURES BEING REPORTED ELJLENTON SHOWS INCREASE Silverton Hollow and Wind or ToKrnthtpft n Hpavy In Year Period FARM WOMENS COUNCIL ELECT OFFICERS ne5 won hv Catherine Vorcncs Piann Mips Mary Ann Nancy Harlev Mnry Ann Steadman Hur Ad Aftrn Thti of tlcdo we the Graduates held at Hidl cchool students Address and Blessing Ripht Rev n At the business scssii Farm Womens Council Winthrop Colleire Friday nfter noon Mrs J W Whitman Smith of Walsh D Bishopville wns reelected president i Mrs J K Fairey of Fort Calhoun County was elected first SERIES OF MEETINGS TO BE vice president Mrs L L Ware of HELD AT GRAN1TEVILLE Rock Hill R F second vice pres ident and Mrs J D HIanding Sumter Treasurer Mm L C Chapfell f Cohim was elected Director of Central trict and Mrs Wesley Volborn Beiton was elected Director of P of The population of Sleepy Hollow Silverton nnd Windsor township have been reported by the Supervi sor of the Census and they all show n as compared with the censu of 120 Silverton township of Kllentnn was reported Census of uave the same town ship There were 27t fnrm cflumerated Sleepy Hollow township WR en n population of as oinipar mont District Mrs 1 T Cieliys JLugoff holdsever Director Pee Dec District the cottage prayer are ir held tnrVory of the prejinralnry r n scne of inrs which an to at nuirh at nt a June 1 continue day There one Tviir Ia during tiir at s The following been received for Moby The Conquest of rsr Sprine Storm Young Men in Lov Murder in the Riin Booli for Children The Ooy Who The Little Maul of South Carolina 1 he Little MnM of The Colonial Perkins K Hlakov Way Worde The Tiial of he Honey Franco The Honxt of the Rex Lee Ranker of the The Cruise of the of Cnstie The Powder Dock of Lifo of odorn e of ary hour xcept 1i i 1 The Aiken llinith llepnrttiicni ns hy MfMactcr of the i of South Carolina prepnring for n tu rlinir to he he nt the Honlth June 20 o the Health Ultiicr iviisjci tiy the T H iiie with h holtiei have viiHl Hnmes or rr death hriVf til1 last two yiBt are licine ind it ii xperteil thi from tlnM uill for th1 H Mticthe t u honnn IHMM viiled physicians in the Vorth Knstrtn if the ronn JIHV hcen iiitervicxved iiul nnl enlisted in this work Next week other sections of the county he likewise canvassed tuUerru loMs homes visited nnd loon physi j interviewed as was previously liorie last week After all sections of the iminty have een and ihyirians ervrewrd and ron arts for the rlinir Or Hall with the State aniitoritim nil iome to Aikon ami Pi Hall is a old Aikeri imy the MediM in Sinre r lia P t v rk and has had eversii Lake New pite of th fart ha Dr Hall a Ivr y TI an1 tli ae f ll i AIKEN GETS NFiXT MEETING OF COMMtLRCIAL SECRET A HIES Aiken He left Aiken lo become Sup tendonf Iitr school Fhrt ami later tirnftni u thr truatres of the N nytrm to lie chool tuperin lendent of city Hhits chars of kchiinlx with ovtr und has jusl romploled the a hurt mm that J thf He a of Inhli Work in CHI on baml Mny is an aliimnui of the fjnvn isy jurini month if South Cnioiina will the f that in fnsh on Hftnd Mnv 1rt hrring month month t at tudnv JEFFERSON DAVIS BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Davis hirtinlay was ob served by the Kdwnrd Croft chapter It Tuefdny afternoon at the home of Mrs lltrbcrt A very iniereslinc progrnni centerinK around the life nnH time nf Jefferson Davis was presented an onjoyd by the members guests The pro trrani was rendered as follows A paper Life of JeJTerson Mr Walter Plunkett Flalann on hand J1 1 Lee Go wan Is Now School Trustee i Mr C Lev lian been ap pointed tiustee of Akrn Inrts by County Superintendent Smith He takes the place of Mr Cushman whose term of office hod expired Mr com mission May iiTth BOSTWICK JOINS U S POLO SQUAD Mrs H B Tentini Paper the feilcrat Ford j Bar SENSATIONAL POLO IN Henry MI A AIKEN LAST YEAR REGULAR WINTER RESIDENT H I Pete I v Mr Georie 1 ruicr and jroinis ami Mrs Wymnn nests tin meet Mr i Hljuk a Mi i a jirsulont f I I j for the team to defend iiiakiriv a total of IT FEDERAL COURT JURORS WHO i the in PoiTit 1 Hon Dick Martin Files His Pledge Down the Entrance Fee for lh Houtp Hen Dick Martin of ithe Jii announced f r H v e oir will Hon A F Lever Talks On Farming Conditions ed with b ten years acii fr i now ran were r Mintv ho in was given with th i of his ni of the t nf vt r Thore wrre i i t ported f T i i ffi t from KM in Iff n of m r co i KIN H OM M M trt   

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