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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - June 18, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                at IQI A new amdi in tto pcncm of John on lart T Janiun could juinp ovk Sumter speak Florence move to Darhngton Pri at a list of candi United States Senate and iMoeti Often L C Blackwood Spartan Olin D Johnston Spartan W W Sniomk Waltertwro R Herbert Columbia W H Greenville 4 P Lever Lex John J McMahan Columbia For lieu B Harley Barnweil James O Shep d Edgcneld secretary of state Harry D Columbia W P Blackwoll JoHnsdn lanatcd to reteaae liinieH and swam aahoTc Hantpton toward and Jimmy Woodward both of XJranitevillc dived for the tody but unable tolocate it in the maphine A block arid taekle was and attached tethe camnd that gathered aided in WhrUsof in charge Ell sports and has had several in minrand saying She qualified to make the aforethan a mere frolic but by mix itig training wiflrplay it will become institution in C community The pool will be open fronf o in the mornings andfrom Aftwrdiseasainr sometime it iras decided to i tar the expenditure of paving on Friday Jet the contract for owing was named t on Sattirdaya the pool wfll be H J B Salksy and Mrs W W Miickcnf ma Prom tbe Aiken The three R Xu Junter R Q Tarsant and G H Leitner Prom the to the Mrs L S Hojley top when lunge the car took the general John M Greenville Sam M Wolfe Anderson James H Sullivan Laur comptroller general L A Jotlmnbu For state superintendent of educa tion John E Swoaringcn Columbia Jamcr H Hope Columbia Seven Gates are the gates that ontrol the water entering the canal rom thc pond The road makes n harp turn just before the gates ore cached and the driver was unable o stay in thc road Thc young men driving hi Uw direction of Vau Coroner Tarver investigated thc death of Hazel on thc Hazels body was not earlginners he1 two inch dived intin j cannot Howardfinallydis overed the body resting on the and it was brought to hesurface On examination it was bund that Hazels heck had been roken possibly when thrown against in for those who classes in advance to teach the technique of strokes and dives also classes in life saving Anyone wishing to attend any of these classes regularly in or der to got the most out of the inBtruc enroll with the director immediately as there will be no char ges for admission to the pool or for This to the boys end girls of Aikcn a splendid1 oppor tunity to increase their knowledge of water sports A grand opportu nity will be given fats to reduce and slims to become plump It will be Ircmenrbcred this pool has been operated thc past four years by thc Aikcn Kiwanis Club From seventeen hundred to two thousand I uwu LIlUUKRnCl result of the investigation Was acciswims have been cnjovcd each sea rt 1 n i dental Negro Man Shot In the Back on Abbeville ave nue between Chesterfield and New berry ntreota Both men arc youngstersof AikcnT however this year they will have somethiwr more thana mere good time to look forward to The management of the pool will I bc charge of a committee rcpre thc Citv o Tho Civic Florence For commissioner of agriculture and Industry Shealy Columbia R Homer Mc Admin Smith Waltcrboro For adjutant KenernI C Doricr Columbia For state treasurer Julian H Scarborough United For United States senate Leon W Harris Anderson James F Spartanburg Coleman L BkaM Ncwberry United For national house of representa tive For congress from the First dis trict Thomas S McMillan Charles ton From Second district Butter B Ban Saluda Claude M A man Beaufort John F Williams Aiken Prom Third district Fred H Dom inick Ncwbcrry From Fourth district John J Mc fiwarn Greenville From Fifth district W F Steven son Cheraw Z V Davidson Ches ter From Sixth district Allan H Gas que Florehce From Seventh district H P Fni mer Orangeburg D R Sturkie North M bullet entered Corleys back an rushed to Club and The tho Aikcn hospital for treatment iNeW FllTJteral Home Opened In Aiken and yesterday It wns reported thatl Yesterday during the rafn storm lightning struck the farm house of Mr Tom Morris about three and a half miles from Aiken on Edgefieid road and partially destroyed the building and badly stunned Mrs Morris Medical attention was calN ed but fortunately Mrs Morris was not badly hurt city linTrts to the Greenville per square yard This stretch of paving is about feet with a width of twenty feet and willcost about the material to Iw used is crushed rock with asphalt finished with a top inch header on both sides of the road a defith of font the the job is com pleted it resemble last paving contractor will BegIri about the 20th of July and the job must bo completed the 1st of September The bid made by the Greenville Company was the cheap est of three bidders The county authorities will be nsk ed to finish the paving of this road way to connect with the Augusta road and it is understood that this can bo arranged dressings committeereported nade during April andMay Wipes pads 125 vcre happy to welcome for the first timeMrs C A Sanders the new chairman for home canning in Aiken city Mrs Sanders begs to announce to those who are willing o donate canned vegetables fruibs itkits to thc hospital that hey may got the necessary jars rom Miss Elizabeth Baileys ofllcc thc Bjink of Western Carolina uilrfing and obtain the sugar from arrnnts Mrs H E Gyles chairman of the grounds committee reported having under tho grass on the hos pital with a view of plant ing pens She also outlined other plans for beautifying and improving i the grounds and driveway She twigs that anyon having petunia plants that they would like to donate would j sand stone nml asks that anyone who lias such ruck and is willing to S 10 ipno eluding the City except when requir n the ruwpiUl will CORRESPONDENT SAYS CITY COUNCIL SOLD PART OF STREET FOR Declares Out Council Ha No Right to Sell City and Deed meeting Friday mornint June ISth at the ward the plaster table bank of Mcs B F Efterodge ehaitman of the Skewing iCoinmittee made Towels hemnwd diapers 75 gowns 2 curtains 22 pair UJJciSIlvU Wltll top j j of asphalt There will be o 9 87 spreads 40 sheets 68 towels 6 Mrs R G the surgi iCiiBftv officers haylni ti biafor mob had been Jackson is said to Presiding over the conW Circuit cases riowonthecriminal dock t will be arranged for trial by itor B 0 Carter The following jurors were csterdny J A Baughman SnWcrn J P Woodward Wagcrier D L Alexander Langley Z D Miller EUenton Joseph Baker Lanlfer Frank K T Brown Jackson P F Shinall Cicarwater J H Baker Warrenville Lonnic W Williams WMto Pond H J Salley Salley C A Seigler Aikcn Route 6 A B Bryant Grnnitevillo E W Bryant J H Murray Kathwood To the Honorable Mayor and Citv cd h lhc dt for trct kt kcr Council I infiirmcJ UiBt you conveyed j requent won brought from Mr i chairman the Honrd of the hospital lo that Auxiliary i n of this measuring 2 ily 2BS t0 Mrp Milhnfr of nwnt date j part wAnurins yG by 31G more requiring me to my barn out aHwa toW A ClarVon in n Iftl0 for a meeting of Beaufort Street carefully noted thll in tho welfare thr hospitnl that While my lot is not actually adju Hixhop he would rfccover Corley wasc going to n play with three colored women and Bell rIAllm them nml naked Corlcy if he ready for battle Corlcy replied thnt he was not as he had nothing to fight with arc fire Two Bell said there A Crawford Open Modern Home Hi 919 Street Tho Hallmnn Crawford Funeral Home announces in thin issue tho were fired but only one bullet took effect Bel was rocognired as n bad darkey He drifted into Aiken from of their new mcnt 918 street and in vites the people of Aikcn and the county to thc opening on June 19th to 23rd he tied and has not been arrested AIKEN FLOWER SHOW Ail flower lovers are looking for ward to the Flower Show which will November as Solicitors For solicitor from the Third cir cuit Frank A McLeod Sumter Fifth circuit A Fletcher Spigncr j Columbia Sixth circuit Harry Hincs Lancas ter W E Finley York Ninth circuit W E Ackorman A R McGqwan and Edward K Pritchard of Charleston Twelfth circuit L M Gasque Marion G Uoyd Ford Conway W Stokes Houck Florence held here next usual But there cannot be a success ful flower show without lots of flowers so thc chairman of thc show begs everyone who is inter ested to prepare to exhibit some flowers or plants There will be classes for chrysanthemums kinds dahlias cosmos and ferns and pot plants This rainy spell will help our gar It is not too late to sot out will be impressed excellence of thc new Funeral Home Thc interior of the building has been done over and arranged for the new business A reception room has been provided and properly furnished A nother large room the chapel will be very convenient for funeral ser vices j There arc several show rooms and an embalming room Thc very latest equipment has been purchased including a large grave chapel of all XU8Way lnst wpck is the very actually PISH it m within iance of tho cloMd pirt for six fwt thereof md the losirtg hundred dollnn the said atrcrt in part liy convryimr transact ton absolutely ignori or attempting convey the whirl pnrt of said street to any one greatly dedicated and tho of fli injures my property nnd deprives me at larce ho N H Pox Aikcn Houte 0 Ernest Fonwnan Jackson L D Ergle Julian Kneeco Monetta W W Edgerton Willie Beard Bnlh H H Uodgers Aikcn Route 3 DanuJer llidgo Spring J N Johnson Wagoner L P Cdlam some tnnltern nf impurtanco miftltf tf The Auxiliary rttittcd for theboards approval and all other of the citizen of Ai ken of the right to the free use of as a highway I am informed that the rtreeU nf fity nro c City are dedicated to tho for street and while To make my position clrnr I conI that the to certain citi of part of Henufort street by the null aid void i the City are dedicated te tho City that no nf said street can I unless by the coiisenl of ali With Scholarship ShnJI Srlvcrn B P Tylor Salloy h T Ularkwcil Clearwnter W H JnHnn Aiken f Cijintt J Mealing Korth 0 C Cunter Srivorn street opened for street purpones the City entire street Council has no power or right in my I will tt jrdi never adjacent property owner on ho J the barn re r t 11 p i i i M vf v t t Hi t r n r opinion to convoy this street to any ferml to in your letter if tho City private party to the prejudice of thr wishes to rights of thc citiron of thc City j fort street and I have con City have boon convoyed to a private tmually used the part of the street i party I will not do sounless hy order n of Mr if Aiken to whom t Tuberculosis I MlM f works at nf SpartanI Mrs J K thc South Surface Drain Pipes Being Laid By City and But if th summer ha an o of roursr in in lower sec X this j written the asso I of irts t occupied by my bnrr years and I bolievo have right to hold it airainst anyone jn latest in hoarse nutomrdiile for about of tho highoFt courts Your very tmly C I Johnson W L Ws RECOLLECTIONS inent authorities who nro condiirtinj iro Or Edward Baldwin Hr Brown Snrannr Lake Pr Alexander Miller Now Last the Journal and Re Their with a 125 horse power motor nnd vicw 11 f juestions under event and i has tho special feature which Ho ou Itomomhor and mils the casket to be placed or re They interested mo i m d plants of hardy chrysanthemums loved from either side of the hcnnwhver Yes to almost all of them nnd Korkcd cosmos or marigolds Any one dosir ing these plants should telephone to woather and traffic Imgthon them by D t mako most convenient nnd dignified two more It is of beautiful Buckingham grey j I remember Frcii Alts bar It Thc HalJman Crawford Funeral was a framo building tn H Homp is equipped to perform a wide i P Chatfiold and probably the ion range services They have every iest bar in thc town There woro oqiiipmnt to render reverent and iniabout fix in all Fred a ladie pressivc service Tho Funeral Homo i the immediate chargo of J who has had n training of about ten Will be Called to Order by years as A funeral director Mrs B C McLean chairman i STATE CANDIDATES HEREJATURDAY SPEAKS AT COURT HOUSE Milling w dolichtod Sn vnjce I o ho Cradle r vas a irem Chief of ildior to Hob er and peeked ik an annual had the r hoard Hi IVep n n i n ox lo Juty was Mnyor rbed a jYork andDr Kvnrt Crahnm and rlievt pory are inrriTTi 1 lofiilar roiire on the of tuborriilosis St lion nf the city A drain is laid on Benufort street emptying the large on Southboundary A drain is also bting laid on both sides of Horry street extending to Southhoundary The pipes used are IK nnd 18 inches nnd will drain these during the wet periods This is a much needed improve ment and will cost about The city purchased concrete pipes m the work in being done by thc itv force in Tl nr i held June J 1 H oollego Hrsr me program ha thi r 6fficerL E Arthur I Granted New Trial entrance a cough and numbered many f tho inlly whc WILLIAMS IN RACE FOR CONGRESS The County Chcirmkn A M 11 Ma Visitors to Aiken By Airplane Lieut C i C Caldwcll at Wright Fi in Johnston and Lieut army aviaters located Oajton arrived j The candidates for State offices jwill visit Aikon on Saturday an pcak to the pefjplo nf tho citv and county at the county Court County Chairman Gasion Will and call the meeting nl 11 a m 1 There are twentyfive State datos and MISS BISHOP SECRETARY TO WINTHROPS PRESIDENT on That corner I ArJhiK Iope hv if a blark and a AIKKNS CANDIDATE Filr Hlj on Monday A new Jrinl has been irrantexl L K Arthur mill constable et War renville on u ohargo of disturbing the peace in cursing on tho high Aays Tho rae has boon for i Monday before Magistrate Turner it fJranitevillr It is alleged that tbe defendant n distyrbanco in front of a home at which t funera boinjr anil charfre wore by relatives of the doad Saturday evening They Au daughter h as focrctary t Kock Hi piarr Sarn CHAMBER OF COMMERCE DIRECTORS MEET the Koard of hi iver of afterno ins of Cham of of the on the arv Ihair p can the trip to DanW Field hr airplane r Un morimng Lieut oil returned to Diyton hy Tnaktrur th roiirn trip in four hour j am tin Lwut Johnson wil in thr city on A o h Mrv Wm Johnton 5a hy i A i   

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