Aiken Journal And Review, July 30, 1930

Aiken Journal And Review

July 30, 1930

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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - July 30, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina Nearly **«tj family in Aiken C#H®ty reads the Journal and Review. ©he Journal and JtehictoNo Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review s Circulation in Aiken County 8 PAGES VOL. 60 NO. 31 AIKEN, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 30 1030 EXECUTIVE COM. Boy Scouts Enjoy Grants Clemency PLANS PRIMARY Ni!hic‘mp To A,k'n Pr‘-"" ENROLLMENT FOR Al KFN COUNTY, 1930 PURGES CLUB ROLLS Decline to Put Constable et Viudttw in the Primary, end Add New Place* for Campaign Meeting*. Nine Member* Camp et the Cran-; Anuarew j\ lUoHiail, convicted mi itsvills Pond Saturday Night    October,    1929, in Alkin County of! -Uburglary    and larceny ami sentenced .~    ,    _    I    to ■«*«• '-ne year in jail, received! af Vt..    »    *P    cI*m*ncy    at *** h*nda of Governor Th* A meeting of the Executive Committee of the Democratic Party was held at the Court House on Saturday, with a large number of committeeman present. Plana were perfected for the coming primary, and a great many details were talked over by the committee. A petition was received from residents of Vaucluse asking that the constable in District/ No. 2, be placed in the primary. This request was refused on the ground that the petition did not contain a majority of! Hawk Patrol next the voters at this precinct, and that I Patrol last No. 87, m«,l th. P«ri8h Hmm,I^rf 1J ‘ |r"0”B'.    2    ' *t hi< acntcnce bun* mspendw) (turin/ J ■"“*/ “ °“r *™1 *•«* ll- lU.n «rv,« °.T I ;    8MU,m**,'r    ,#,m    Oe*»b«    21.    ISSI). Ashhurst and Assistant Scoutmaster #    (    . n..ri,„rt rvu. ii. a    i    A    clemency beanng Herbert Gyle* checked our equip-    _    ,    .    .    _ . ,    . ,    ...    the names of a number of officials of meat so that we would have every* I a i    ,    . .i    *    Aiken county and    several hundred thing necessary. We then eft by au-    _    J .    . ,    * .....    .    .    I    citixena    was    placed before the gov- tomobile for a spot about two miles    **•    «    , frnn, ll, n.u. /*! V W MO T! ernor* *‘tUnK forCh that Randall’s from the Outing    Club, where    Red    ,    , , history wus that he    had been feeble Thorp* and (Sissier Ashnurst bad minded since 19 months of agt* and I «*    I .a    rn    HliUilU law a trail the afternoon before for I u    *. ,.    , ,_    ,    ,,    . that he was subjected frequently to the rest of the Troop to follow. Each ! ^    „ ,    .    *    .    ' ^ w ; p , ii/,,.    .    nervous attacks and mental lapses Patrol left at ten minute intervals, ,    ,    ,    ,    .    , ,L    «, i    r> * i    ’    and that while    laboring under these' the bagle Patrol starting first as t a    ,» uio,    .a    u    .    dtH*8    things    which    otherwise he, wan the first to assemble    at    the Par- ,,    . ,    , uh    lim,..    ,»nh ii    ,    would not do.    It was the    opinion of uh    House    with all    equipment,    the j    ,    the petitioner    that it wa*    this condi- a« * Quail tl()n that Caused him to violate tho' law in this caw*. B. D. Carer, soli- a majority of the voters at that precinct. The committee decided to change the place of the campaign meeting advertised for Angust 16th from Jones Cross Road to Oak Grove ball concurred. this question should have come up at The trad was marked by signs an ", .    '    *    '    ,    *T,„8°,11 the first    meeting od    the    committee;    the ground, bent trees, pebbles ani    "'"j    C(,nin" "lM    '•*    antal]    e then the    committee    would have had    sticks, and led through the woods and    1U    ' w'n*    >eiavroi,    rn time to „t eiprwiion    of .I lea.,!    ie roo lie],I. to Mr.    cl,in 1 "h'Ch    r«om„.end»t.oB    iud/.- Grim on Graniteville pond. On Arrival, each Patrol was given a short rest period, and then started in on work such as collection of fuel, preparing for Ripper, and other job* to make our stay comfortable and conven- R. Boyce Gantt Announces For House Among the last entri* House of Representative-R. Boyce Gantt, of Monet I,, for Uh* was Mi Ile has •en urn* cd t.. make this * a. »• for sometime by his many friends over . '!«*- I to onter. Ho is an experienced legislator an.I during his term of office championed every measure that was for th-best interest of tho people of hi# County anti State. ii. is a keen indent of State and County questions, After md a man of sound judgment. camp During this time of depression he school house, on account of the fact icni "Red" Thorp** cooked a not of that there are few trees at the Cross I Hunters Stew for supper while the Road, and the school house was a rest of the boys went in swimming, better place.    j    Aftersupper    we lowered th - flag . F. D. Harley, of Vuui iuse present'-j nod had camp fire. Scoutmaster ed a petition asking that the voters Ashburn then told us that the Haxk of that place la* given a campaign j I'alrol hr.d won toe tracking contest j the    county,    and only recently • me. ling. This request wa- refuted, by :nuk;ng the trip in the shurte-*    tided    to    i-n’.jr, a# the Committee had already decided time and with th* larg* that eight meetings were enough, and were opposed to adding other meetings to the li*d advertised. The purging of the club rolls was then taken up and some tim** was given to this matter. A number of voters petitioned that their names be added, and on motion these petitions were granted, When thi* work was finished amotion was adopted that the club rolls be the official rolls for this primary. A motion was offered and adopted that each club polling over biters be allowed the sum of $1.00 per IOO name# for th* expense of erecting the necessary voting booths, The following were appui* t- diman-agers of election! Rocky Spring—Hollis Garvin, Paul J uh wot), J**hwuu- Guss. Tillman Cook, clerk. - , Hopewell—R. O. Walker, Bert Uukbenon, €. R. Fool#. Montmorenci—Daytcjn Toole, Harry Woodward, J. Murrell Venning. Roy Sommer, clerk. Aiken Central—Lee Cowan, Austin Gunter, David Weisberg, B. K. Boylston, G. W. E, Thorpe, Jr., Mrs. G. A. T, Moseley, Mrs. Mattie Hall, Mrs. L. H. McCullough. Windsor—B. L. Munday, Johnnie Johnson, Foley Johnson. Leonard Randall, clerk. Wards. No, 1—8, C. f’ullum, Theodore Gunter, St. Pierre Creed. Sebe Lyhrand, clerk. Millbrook, No. 2—O. B. Hankinson, W. H. Johnson, John Yonce. Earle Heath, clerk. Shiloh—G. C. Taylor, J. C. Piper, C. E. Holfonbake. F Bx Day, clerk. E* G. Grace Earned $1,623*753 Last Year 1926 1928 1930 Alkali SSO 1251 1437 Balli • .. 31b 380 438 Beleaf era 181 115 131 Beach Gland bs 80 IOO Claarwatae, No. I 79 IQI 92 Clearwater. No. 2. 126 230 219 Chinquapin 171 249 244 Gloveret I Ie 136 143 Graniteville S49 700 809 Hopewell 125 208 157 I-a ng ley 776 780 757 Montmorenci 69 111 128 McTier, No. I 96 151 193 McTier, No. 2 51 76 63 Millbrook, No. I 49 76 38 Millbrook, No. 2 SO 75 218 New Holland 134 200 164 Rocky Spring HS HO 56 Salley 276 399 322 Silverton, No. I 98 180 178 Silverton* No. 2 252 168 290 Seivem 25 44 31 ShutU .105 559 476 Shaw 63 IOO 69 Shaw* Fork 63 81 110 Sleepy Hollow, No. 2 9 Shiloh 41 112 88 Tabernaclo 82 99 92 Ward*, No. I 76 96 75 Wards, No. 2 66 65 62 Wagener 477 649 540 Windsor 166 380 X. 37 7 White Pond 69 125 yt6 Warrenville 301 500 467 Vaucluse 150 178 179 6122 8764 8889 Winter Resident of Aikrn Ha* I r*ir of Hard Tim** No A three-day battle to keep we. net the bol us paid to Kin one ti. (.race, president af Bethlehem Steel corpo- i ration, ami a winter resident od Aiken ended in common pleas court at Youngstown, O,, on Monday, July, -!l#t with the revelation that h** re-I ceived $ 1,623,753 in 1929. Grace was a "hostile" witn<*vs in the suit brought by the Gyrus S. Eaton interests to enjoin merger of the Youngstown Bhet*t arni Tube company wiUi Betliiehimi Steel. For! two whole days and part of a third! ; he sat silent ..ti th** win., ss stand while counsel argued the propriety of placing his compensation into evi-j I de nee. Judge David G. Jenkins, presiding . j in tm* trial, overruled the objection j of the Bethlehem attorneys shortly after court reconvened for th** third week. The Eaton forces sought the figures In support of th.- contention .that Grace’s bonus wa.- fraudulently concealed from Youngstown company I st m kin.biers before they ratified the ’merge! butt April. It was it vialed that cc ve l .I.,'! I p oer cs*lit of ! $2,00 a Year—5c a Copy rORTY-FOUR ENTER COUNTY CAMPAIGN SEVEN FOR THE HOUSE Fir.I Me«liB« Will b* Held at Elian-ton Today, and * Largo Crowd Will Attend Meotinf, * i rac ial Th* ■ -jL-lr nil lji Tuesday, July 22, and history of the county. nine names are on th, the co ii tit \ r Eight thou-ai club roll tin the largest en? eight hundre-• ar. 11!ii iii it *■ nunrie** of .signs found. At u to taps amis ^h.wn and we “turned in” for a rug' ts Teat. Reveille was blow n next morning at 6:30 by our bugler, Crtmwel! Croft. We all went in swimming, and then had breakfast. breakfast, we cleaned up* th and left for Aiken, arriving about would make the county a valuable 9:00 a, rn, There were only nine roan in the Hpuse, and his friends Scouts wha were able go ‘ ie - thi oHghout the county are glad that hike: "Red" Thorp**, Gob,.ie. he c-.m..-nu-d to make th* race. Hackled by Former Suppjrters of that Town, and hunt, Stanley Eubanks, Clyde !’a**n *nd will give him every n#«ustance hill, Crosjwell Croft, Leonard Tar-1 vsr, Wallace McNair, Minion 8n**k and Duncan Ludlow, but we had a line time and are ready to go again. Dunean Sudlow*, Quai! Patrol, BLEASE RECEIVED IN A COOL WAY AT LANCLEYON SATURDAY NIGHT E. J. Craig Enters Race F"or House Aiken County Man Runs Wild in Augusta Applauded Harris Who Viciously Attacked the Senator. Blease Refers to Sheriffs Race Two Years Ago. Visiting Hours at County Jail LeRoy Bandy, of Johnstown was . .Senator < de L HI us*- and Leon ;    -    ,    ,    A Harris, candida!* - :or the United arrested in Augusta Saturday after-- . r .. .    . .    .-------“•ttrtnr    >rrmtr    addr* i n rxwrl rrf • nom (or .idMmpin»    .    cr    ,nd «    ,pproIim,wi    ,    tm, pohc, wrro    chem/    him    ,trU1k    ^ an ither full    in the md*.    The first Jailor SorgeA has found it neeea- ,    ,    ...    «» .TUKusca. uaivr us ran im atry to adopt regular vialing hours ,    ,    „ .    ~    , . ..    driven    by    Charles    G.    Houston. at the County Jail.    ..    „ n,.l i . #    it,    Mr.    Houlton    a    automobile    was    Iiter- Durinf th* last few w**eks he has „    ,    .    _    -    u    .    ... L.,i    .    ..    I    ally    taken    oit    its    rear    wheels,    while had so many visitors at the jail that D , .    ,    ,    f    ,, ,    . i ,    .    Bandy    a    ma.chine    crunipel    from    the he cannot properly attend to hi# «,th* r duties at the Court House, and it ha# become necessary to have regular visiting hours. He has designated the hours of 1:3U to 5:00 p. in. daily, es, - Wednesday, which is general clean- ing up day at the jail. These hours will Im* strictly adhered to, except in cases of emergency. d n tiers at Lang-The meeting ii.    ~k-    u    a    _ ,    ,    •    j®u a decided contraat to the meet- car hit was driven by IE S. Eubanks, . ,, ... -__ ..    I    .    „    rogs    held    at    this    place    in    years    past if Augusts.    loiter he ran    into a car . „ IM - ..    when Blease was a    candidate for anything. He came    in unheralded F. Clan I). VV. r. s. Jo Iii? a ’n De* i lek. Otto Rbh, M. D. Salley—J Croy, W. T. I clerk. New Holland F. C, Lybrnnd Shull, clerk. Shaw J. R. IVilliams, J. L. Jackson, Jim Hadwin. J. C. Johns rn, clerk. Vaucluse— U. L. Ledbetter, Ben Scott, J. W. Moyer, B. Q. Denny, clerk. Wards, No. 2.—I). Oumbee, B. R. Cumbee. Giles Gregory. Jr. Seivem—O. C. Gunter, T T. Rawls, Ollie C. Gunter. Typhoid Vaccine To Be Given force of impact. Bandy was slumped over the steer. mr wheel, unconscious    while Mr. Houston was bleeding slightly from .* cut on the face when glass from the other ma* him* -pray! d him. Polk** summoned an    ambulance and sent Bandy to the    I Diversity Hospital, ll** was reported then as drunk, but other.vis*, unhurt. Returned to police he.-uRi sari- • , he fin-* -i. wh* ii aren . I Jut>■ Saturday nig lit, -i ahi-' dozen ha* gc#. and walked out without an eicort. I Fn apite of the fact thftt he was speaking before a th -u.sand people .vho he said had helped elect him t > tile governorship of South Carolina and the United States senate in by gone campaigns, Bleasc's addres-uas frequently puiu * tinted by h oat Ie qut stiuns t i urn ai iou crowd regarding Hic cont!act. ' he \\ he* !<-r "RI* ase'** Wee* Iv," a son newspaper. iii: ta 11 .. d : ' HIH whirh I had n-j tin,im a1 ll. said t u* when Hull !> smrnt rTonr.*ii I rec* plaint:, and I told him to tak< my nam** otT that paper und not anoth* > j issue im- been ptibii hi d.’* At this pom* a man in th*.* crow,I >aid. "Why did they name it after you." "I have just In* d to « xplain it. I hut God will has.* to giv* you the brains to understand it," the - na . tor replied, "Yes, and when gets through with y paign you will w I -I brains.” lh** man -lo perm.m in the Blease th. n dec] "Yellow Dog" war tieing "handed resole!!; in, and ! tore right down th* former Ander-Ilia* on me." Jimmy -u in this y rn ha uteri bar led that ll ■ til -ani Im I '.vi cit 0«|Ht a. and l.dnif. ha# a1 wa v bf en kn«*wii ana int rut* r. Ile als* . deed ared fur en!ar? th* juris dict!* .n nf magi.stra - ml that th** cmtrt ma; Im • >f th*- gr -cat v olurn* of petty bilsh ic-#, *♦ ll < and . I , for reform ar cill GII OI Mr, < I . raig fury *-> j 11 * a, : - also ad vt las a 111. .ill. w hit ii Ii* alii «i Refers to Last Sheriff** Race ‘Yellow Do/ Con tm ct Inoculation! to be Given et Camp*!*;!*, Meeting*. County Convicted On Placing A Fish Trap N B b >nkins, Vie sander. (Min - .lame .it. Mi Bendy, V. K. Garvin, Mrs. *. W. Weeks. >n Fox. <’. U J -nr'S. clerk, Reese, Will J. B Mc Clearwater, No, W. M Allen, W. M„ Murphy, clerk. McTier, No, I. Plato Kneece, Lee I Hutto Ulerk. White Pond—W. V. C. U Whittle, Mrs. Tho McTier, No, 2.-dud» Fox, I. ll Fox. J. C, Belvedere— O. P. Whatley. Earle Kendall 1/can, clerk. Beech I -Ian*!—F'. F. Dunbar, Jr.. J. Laurie Toole, Geo, McElmurray. W R. I* >h- in. clerk. Shaws Fork—< . B SJi*. tlhoitse, J. Sam Head, J. Willie Taylor. Frank Woodward, clerk. Millbrook, No. I- F A Redd, Fuller Sizemore, L. ( . Sizemore. Jim Cook, clerk. Langley—Gen R Dillon. Gee. R. Srmtit. AdtmWJ Fwie-    -itre    HoH- man, clerk Silverton, Sn, 2 I’ H Buckingham, M. L Mc K thane a H M < a* ae!*. Jr C A Smith, clerk Mi •inued TI - i’ iiinty Health Department in the nu bi of it summer a: t typhoid inoeulat rn campaign and already huriliH- if doges have been administered. So far, inoeulat ion# have been given only at the Health I Department olli.vs, and ii- those com- j munities where typhoid cg#< # have developed. Beginning Wednesday, July 30th, al Ellenton, however; ii i expected to visit the larger center# where campaign meetings are being held in order that the greaten num-b* r d people max be reached As previously mentioned, Kllent n will he visited, July 30th, fr rn ll a, rn., to 2 p. rn. Jackson, at F r* mans Store, July 30th, from 2 *o ’• p. rn, Wagener and Perry will be visited Tuesday, August 5; Wagener from 11 a. rn,, to I p. rn.; P< ri \ from 2 to ! p. rn. Jones < r R .ad will be visited Saturday, August lh. fr im 11 a. rn. to 2 p. rn, V* \; ken the vaccine will be administered every afternoon from 4 to 5 p. rn with the exception of Saturday-, i*brn the vaccine will hi giv. i at the Health Department offices from IO a rn. to 2 p. rn. Vaccinations, at centers not cover **d in this announcement and H; it I njni, wert not visited In** year, will J announced later. Ll brand. V : led ‘Bt ii I e at tat r. or < ill. ut mg w a D. VV . Ga -tori, A i1 -, s ■ i candida! it iff y cai - a ■ and an at lent lh * * ultir ii. by gone Mr. Bi. a e att! til ai he hud I Led for hi Ip by his fri i4 n d $ i Ha I two f re. ml.* in Un# mc# The New Buick Now On Display Yesterday the time limit for candidate# to enter the primary ended at 12 M. and forty-four men signed th** pledge bock and laid down their ca,sh to enter the various race#, Seven candidates have filed their pledges for the House of Represents! \*-#. Messrs. J. E. Martin, M. F. Bush, y B. Williams, B. K Keenan, John Duncan, Boyce R,-Gantt and E. J. ( rug, Sr, Ibis is the only county wide rare, In the race for Uommission* r„ Dint. No. 2. there are three candidktea: J. Wiley Woodward, <’ J. Hill and \\ . J. Moseley, There are some interesting races for Magistrate# in the county, while in several in onces {here is only one candidate announced. The following is the Complete list of entries: FOR HOUSE OI REPRESENTATIVES J I. Martin M V. Bush John W Bun in .' B \\ Hum B. K. Keenan Boy * Ii. (in! it ! J, (rx7, Sr, I OR DISTRICT COMMISSION FR J W ley w .* dw ird 1 J. ii,ll U J Mos. ley TOR MACIS I RATE Diitnct, Nu I Norman K. C ilium D A i,:i - .n, lr__ Gen S. ( illier E. IL I,.11,:, i, Sr. h. Klcnl.e Staulie# Diitri* t, No. 2 < has. IL Bailey Di*lri« t, No, .} G. W. Byars G. J  f'-idnmifi <> I Meek.* Dntmt, Ny, j If. S. Boob* II ak N, Salley Dan ii Snwy.-r E. (. Fulmer Diilrict, No. 5. ii. i> liar vin Diitri. t, No. 6. . . Diitri. I, No. 7. II \. H# wa It I B J- lies Ab I  ........... Diitri* t, No X J. < . S .ires Diti I ii i, Not <i ,)ntj (5 Dill rn I, No, I I Du*rn! No, I t reuiR ans iv* The Dittfii i, No. 12 mg a I:- 'h ti ap in a p HHV ti it ■I tie fore Al Willis .cho fovin*! guilty a lid -en:* need dny> on th** chaingar g was in C dint * i ’at i.’s I". The I tif lith Congressional Party Speaks At Langley • ■in-1, i ex en though one i more for nim th an tile other. 1*1 is coni cf * ion h«* also slated ’ thai friend* had * ven asked for a I • a I lr) f JO,OOO >1 ' 10,1 HJO. Blea-. .aid iii tie .!id et-', hriv • * that much rn in • Bl* a#* , i! in had. he W ouId have r* 11 red bor I. -in the F* nate. ' I ink • ,, Parker V ote organ Blease began hi* addr* #«• bv dp. n 5 •« t k I ii Mi ,*nd ! Organized | ID I!. <r*e * A1 or ,! iitiii candid: ‘F Wil » A rn.rn Cr*** But 1 pi Ce I’. urn on th*- now t supe named -"I ha*1 r ■ I Stat* attentio n dx «*u Bl Aiken Company Plans Midget Golf Courses rgamzat use dec! taking ere* Wheeler t VV u nor** hi h* were a , Ju i{| was fought of the i ?vd that • ' -r his d- R rtoju t ion ted. rm w l)ntn« I, N'o, ll I OR col ION WI IC,her VI VV vol NI R Al Al - .'j I OR ( CJS s I * Hi ; Diti Nm o .,| Iou Mer ii - at A new com paI I. cr* organ, z in Aiken foi (tie purp*>*# *>f plan layir g out Quite a ! shown amor: medal con ie f(Atli at I C T B re*!. natant heW Bi W Courses. The a of h ulair-.- S *llo\ Murray. They a four-a at Bailey St. a im an an tinder fonntru* ti Mr Jack i »rr«Si fur several ether ar.rjoun.ces! later eeier fled in lh.1 Nu'. mal "tentative#, prox nl;* gatinn of labor c : Midget Golf Carolina#, wa# re*’. >mp,u.\ is composed ''he said he did ? A C and Roland, hecau-o it had save just completed vote, "ar d the (burg f M Char- that I Wa ever j* I rn a have a course *n -n avery-day I * in a* B'ackv die for Blea#** referee : I t-v have order# I)’ formerly j rids# ct .jr»*•* th#’ will be Hat!, od Ander* r i that "merely < a- iiuturn, lntrodui Mouse of Repr* * for the investl-lr: in# in the t w.> Yr. d to by Blease -t vote against it '■r ’*<••.■': put tu a. n wfio tells you i st it I* a com he thou ie I H!**.i ..f. # Vt ut-k * -I by VV iJtoti E a* a newspaper 4 mf -.a” - Ult I St a * i 4>«ny D. VV .t f Lxamination For Warrenville P. O. darn Hie VV., ;