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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - September 3, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                    I    •  .  Nearly every family in Aiken              County read* the Journal and              Rdficw. '              ■ i         ©lie Jorcrnal and lletneto  No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review s Circulation in Aiken County  VOL. 60 NO. 3a  AIKEN, S. C M  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. 1930  $2.00 a Year—5c a Copy  VOTE FOR BYRNES FOR U. S. SENATE NEXT TUESDAY  9*S*S  UNOFFICIAL FIGURES FOR FIRST PRIMARY  BYRNES’ FRIENDS CONFIDENT  Executive Committee  Declares Election  Hm Received »0,120 Vo***.—#<*« ■to* and Blackwood for Governor.  Tabulated Vot*» oo Thor*d*f and Named til* Winner*  The County ExeettUiro committee met on Thursday at th® Court House and declared th* result of th* pirmary election held nu Tuesday.  A second race wa* (jrderetl for the House **f Re prr se ut al ive* be  ja oms F. Bye*** baa *  banc* of tata| named Unitod Stat**  S oater i* th* *•»! primary Aik**    ^     #mi  § H. WH  eoooiy    coatribot* to tbw vie     M     p     an< j    Boyce    Gantt  tory to a Jar** *it«nt by *' T,n * ' hnving received a mejority wer< de Byrnr. a bigger majority than rn the     num mated.  last primary. Tkii county gave | n  ^ OommiMiiiMta race a sec By rn** a laad arar Blea** of 1827 ^ j  race wa> , ordered between J. -otaa. lf th* p*opla will only «o to  Wj , ey W(>odward and  £ J Hill. th. poll. and ...™. .holt prof...    R.„.  enc*. Byrne# wilt carry loo county by more than 2,500 or 3,000 vote#.  Official Count, Primary Election held Aug. 26th.  FOR CONGRESS AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES  Sd>ool Bells Will  Ring On Monday  For Conf rat*  House of R«pra«*»t*tieo*  T'.o Byrri** »apfort#r* iii' aeary fart of the county ar* urgad to nab* a *tr*nuou* affart to lot avory voter  Norman F. Callum wa* nominated in the First District. He had a ma* Jorlty over hi* four opponent*.  Chaa. T. Bailey, oT District No. 2. 1   ■S •trviiMVM* fHWt on* * wa. w*«*y    .  to tb* poll*, and lf tbi* ie done wa  un ®PP '  .    ...    G.    Lee Cushman will run over un-  .(ll contnbut, I. .    ... I. lh.    ^    ,    „     L   victory.    Weeks    having    been    permitted    to  * withdraw his name.  In District No. 4. Dan H. Sawyer j and E. G. Fuhrer wit! name a mc* | ond rice, being the two high##t In a four coroneted race.  H. B. Garvin received the nomina- j tion in District No. 5, being unopposed. E. L. Willis, in District No. 6, was likewise nominated.  In District. No §,    a second    race  - —    was ordered between    T.    8. Jon#*  Williams,    34.417;    W.    II.    Keith,     and  ^ |M  Sawyer.  ifi.287; R.    Beverley    Herbert,    16.R89;    j  c Spjm  unopposed,    wa*    nom  W. W. Stnoak, 10.021; John J. McMahan 1.100.  For lieutenant governor:    James  CV. Sheppard, v  117,710; J. E. Harley,  112,384.  ' The latest cnmpltati.-n of figure* on the various mew tty last Tuesday’b primary, aa made unofficially is as follow*;  For eenator; Cele man L. Blea*#, 107,488; James F. Byrnea, BO, 120; Leon W. Harris 88,388.  For governor; Olin D. Johnston, 56,168; kb# C, Blackwood, 42,703; A. Frank taver. ,8.413; Ashton ll.  'mated in District, No. 8.  D.    Turner,    unopposed,    was  nominated in District, No*. 9 and 15.  Joe Foreman,    unopposed,    was  nominated in District No. 14.  H. G. Barrow, in District No. ll.  For se ere taary of    state;    W.    P.  Blackwell. 162,162; Harry D. Cal- nominated over Edd. T. Ha in bo boun, 70.779.     and  j m Glover,  For attorney general:    John M.  Jn D5str j rt No- 12 , J. M. Boston,.  Daniel. 132,882; .lame# H. ^ u ^ nan > ynopposed, received the nomination. 58.090; .Sam W. Wolfte. 43,716.     R     ^    Holsonbake    received    the  For comptroller    general:    A.    J    nomination    over    Alex    C.    Baker    and;  Beattie, 185,957; Loaia A. Seamm, Walter E. Baker.  65,475,    Cheater    L. Lowe and J. Ramie  For superintendent of education Yonce yyffj yon  a  second race in Dis-Jame* H. Hope.    122.411;    J.    K.  Swearingen, 75,133; M. M. Wilkes,  33.112.  For commissioner of agriculture:  J. W\ Sheal7.132.0h8; —ffc—ttr--Me4 Adams, 53,336; D. L. Smith, 47.079.  The Executive Committee met in Columbia yesterday, and today the official count will be made known.  Conyreisional Race  Beech Island  Hopewell  ___„  Montmorenci  Shaw  Wards, No. 2 Wivern  Clearwater, No, I Shaws Fork .. McTler, No, 2 Gloverville, .. .. White Pond Shiloh Tabernacle Millbrook, No. I Wards, No. I Silverton, No. 2 Clearwater, No. 2 Rocky Spring Millbrook, No. 2  Vsuclusa____  Chinquapin Silverton, No. I New Holland Bath, belvedere  Metier, No. I—.....  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A fat 1  ally meeting will be held on Saturday at 4 o'clock.  Mr. McGarity urges that every I at ode pl enroll the fir-4- 4#v- n~ Dm-will make chisfiiftcation en der.  The following ie the list of school books:  Fir*t Grade  Winston'# Primer and First Rentier.  Second Grade  Winston’s Second Reader.  McCall's Speller Morey's Little Folks No. Book Practical Writing. No. I.  Practical Drawing, No. I.  Third Grade  Winston** Third Reader.  McCall's Speller  Smith's Modern Primary Anthine* ie,  Kinard'f, Our language Hook No.  MINIATURE PARK CONTEST PLAN  NOW BEING FORMULATED  Tho** Deliria* ta P.iitM Ce*!*** XtauW Notify Comaittec at Oat*  I.  Shepherd' 4   liers.  Geography fot Begin  Practical Writing. No. 2.  Prnrtunl Drawing, No 2.  Thomas Spelling Blank.  Fourth Grade  Wuisti n's Lourth lo ador.  Spell* r.  M nil rn Printery Ai ilium  1218 2313    3825    1353    N-'DiU  i un  1774  Henderson Taylor, Jr., Assaulted Near Aiken  jtrict No. 13,  M. M. Smith, for cotton weigher at Wagener, unopposed, received .the nomination.  For tNmstabb* tft Itateieta Nos 9-  and 15, ll. M. Dodgen received the nomination over J. P. Couch.  In another part of this paper will he found an official tabulation giving the full vote of each c andidate. The  Attacked by a Number af Colored Men When Attempted to Quell *  Disturbance.  The    unofficial returns reported    vote    as a whole varies very little  in the    race    for Congress are:    Amani from    th'* tabulation as published the  3058; Hair 12032; Williams 8051. j day following the election.  Mr. Week* Withdraw*  In    the Magistrate's race in Di#-  11 jct,    No. 3, O. L. Week* a ive I tea,  he he permitted to withdraw his name, and not enter the second primary. After some discussion on this question he was permitted to do so.  Many Improvements  To Water System  Over $5,000 Spant Extending Main* and Improving Pumping Station.  The Commission of Public Work has recently completed an extension (if Che water mains, erected a fireman's house Ht pump station, and rebuilt Lh* coal shute. These improvement# cost ova r $5,000 and have been paid for out of the earning of the system.  Over a 1,090 feet of six inch water main has !«*<*n laid on Hayne avenue and Highland Park, road, and three additional fire hydrants installed. Fire protection has been given to property heretofore unprotected.  The coal shute at the pump -’a-tion has been rebuilt at a cost of $1,5(11. The railroad company demanded this.  A Ii clung has been ere ‘ted at the pump ’alien for the firs*man at a cost of $2,600. and ’he other prop-  APPEAl. FROM SOCIAL WORKER  Editor Journal md Review:  Will \ou kindly appeal to the public for clothing 1  for school chil ■Iron, all size-, and fort t.'ie following for a boy who is , mg to Mi. Berry school next w«‘ek: 2 spreads, I sheets I pairs pillow slips.  Thanking you, I am.  Very truly,  K \ Woodson Social Servici Worker.  cli y at the plant ed  The < nnmi* oon i lated upon making meats and to be ai>h  '-tion' to ’ht  -nor u' on rn  ■DCV.  th irouehly re  wit lo an a  row  Mi - Hi ll.lh < ;< 'kiev ret Monday from s •••vn we. k v New V >rk, Sin. ut "a »• * i- and points in the rs 1  ■ i h.  Teacher* if ' Trin trv d mer.t of the Bapt) chn sea wi a meet ire Thurs-iay at four < at th • home i f M -. J. P. Ful rids is an iou ‘Hart meet.’  lime  Henderson Taylor, Jr., who reside*- near Aiken on the Edgefield road was attacked by « \vral darkie on Friday night anil badly injured. The darkies were creating a (Ii— turban™ in front of his house, ami he went out to stop it, when they attacked him with clubs, .lim Smith was arrested and lodged in "ail. hut Hie Sheriff is looking for Will Jenkins. who made his escape.  Mr. Taylor was <=till confined to his bed yesterday, hut is recovering.  Summer Closing  Hours End  The stores of the city that have been dosing un 7 edni day afternoons will now remain open. The spires agreed t-o chi se on Wed rn-> day afternoon, for the benefit of their clerks, until Sept. Isl. La*-; Wednesday wigs the Inst day to close and in the future will remain open.  GIRL SCOUT MEETING  All Girl Scouts are urged to fie present Thursday mnrr.ing at the regular meeting at IO; '* ut lint. I'uti*<! I ha .i big irprise for you.  CIVIC LEAGUE NOTICE  ■ •• - at Io '* o’clock ii on Eatk Avenue.  Hattie I' Lr, ( vi  Fire Department    Swimming    Meet  Re-organized Friday    At Aiken Pool  S. E. Davi* Elected Chief, and New Prize. Awarded to Many Conte,I Regulation* Adapted.    Winner*  . .    ,     f  ,    .  lln     Ti it    Municipal w unming pool  Vt a special meeting of city < un   a  ’    *    it,    do-i'd for til*-    un intl    I*riday at  i’ll held "ii hri'lu' night    tho    Aiken  i    ti rn ion    w th - d imming * *»inp**t i mu*  Fire department    was    reorganized.  ,    ,.....I    * ■ i    "•    "0  ’ ""  h “-  ! '"  n  '    "    ......... .......... .. ii -,I.„ W .    ■    ■    I    ,  department arid < ■ <;*>’ position wit'  declared    vacant    I    iiday    nigtat  which time ne *    leant    were n    ,  reived,    There    wore t*.ven* f"u r     I  a p pl ic a i    !"r ll    e    twc*lv«    p isiti ms    j  McCall  Smith'*  tic.  Kinard N.., i.  T mi; h' 1   Our Languag  It..  i AL Mu.' Ann;* ad been in ch «rg* *>f th** pool.  uni*>r cia , first place in cti' ; , * la ide Johnson fur iud Nu -I i Hiodie for t ie  with the t to IL AV. !  b  j The following w re elected: Jack Barnhill, S. K.  1     ;    . Jud-**n t rank  jlin, Henry AV. IL ... y, S. L W" "I I Lam a i Ca’", ll* ; I AV. Smith. J. B McCarty, G. AV. Johnson, Lonnit Redd. L. K XL-IL-. ■- and ll. E. Gyle* j .I r.  j Mr. S. K. Davi va* elect.-*! ct «d land his “alary wa fixe*! at SJO mil     !     ’     1     ’  I per month. Jack Barnhill was elect-    "mg..  I ed truck driver.  A new -et <>f    galatians    '-crc  I adopted by council, and council (nu | very regulation I  •ond pin. I J me ll*  cr mediates. Fondu ti W ii rn r of fit ' pin.e ;i’ d Margal<•! I ' ' girl Garth Thorpe Unison).a* k v*ere th*  Human Geography. Burkard'- Health Habits,  Lractn a1 Wtmg, N ». '  Practical Drawing, N<> J.  Fifth Grad**  AV 11; ston’s Fifth Bead* t Met'all'* Speller.  Kinard* * lur Language H mi No. 2.  snoth'« Modern Adv Arithmetic } till’s Hi '"iv of I S.  Fullfil''- Human G* "g-'ap-iy [Vacticnl Writing, No. I Pra*tical Drawing, N<> I TI • iiyprilivg FGs-  SixtH <.r*dr  Stu«li* * ti Leading N Mi Gall’' Speller.  * mil o',- ’I I. ii Adv Anthon ’ Klr.at I . Lur I aug ae.’ B *k. *2 SimrnN Ii:  1  »ry of    Rev  Frye Atwood Geogruphy.  Pi.., * .in! Writing. N - 5  HI  pose# to have trictlv obseiwed.  CONGRESSMAN HARE EXPR ESSES GRATITUDE TO VOIERS  awards, based *>n progress made during the    a  <jtudt*    a"    i effort,    attenda•    ce    an I  I'."’ matiship, wen' made ' >. Billie Hurckha!!«*r, Pmulo Alvaims, KL* ‘I I It. yd, IL ' ■ . .* Murry, Mary I '  ' La lick and ll* I**’ G. ■ cg. Awa' i  !  for    begi ti it* •’ - in    wimii -    -    w. re  Mar- Ii    ll.    v. Jun.    ll":  It ii (in, .    •    I .1!    L.    Mi •.  .Al '  Smit! n on  Kina  I V.'  I. ma  To th*' A’otei  IHI';.ii Dis! I  As it wiiI  2',ll I     ce all t  ex; I.    • Cl    liers in      k- and    prat    tude fo      SU Pi'111 •    glVe    r me ir      liiry, I    * ake    'ins nu      sing i"    each    it r; .i ev     ie. I’> AA K  I- AG . .    11  In th*- teat  lur-, an' AL  i; ai  Seventh Grade  Al d«o • adv. Anti ; —;' Hi tory G S  ,i Our Language, N Atwood Geogtauhy. ic' I’- mer San. A I” a ■ S... " ug HL n;  1.1 Kb th Grad.  . r* F. iglisli Grammar Hart H S Algebra veM A I G* ne nil  N nth (.tad*  L«**h®biy ne other town -rf rtr.....  •err in the Dnite I States baa rn mony paek* rn* Aikrw. R«tnwmg  down the center of all the principal  ■Uwta his* uuml>er» of park site*, with their lovely sivade treev., which  with a lit'!** co operation *r>d effort__  ran tx- made into the most beautiful parks imaginable. A ikon this win  ter should be a joy to th# viaitori* aa , d will he carpeted in    Al-  ready work baa bc*en begun to plant gra-vs in every park in the city, and to-beautiful them with abrtjhbery aud plantings.  Th*- ’'Miniature Park    Pont eat”  j sponsored by the Flower Show Com-| mittee, should prove a very inter-. sting one, and should be entered by ' all those who wish to aer Aiken mad*) more beautiful. Maybe you don’t feel capable of attempting a plan, or maybe you will nay, "Oh,  I haven't time for auch as that. Let someone eta do it." But stop and think. All of us have more latent ability than we think we have, and  1  it i-* always the busiest person who  ■ finds the tune to do the worth while things of life.  All of us have Civie pride. Every ryMdent of Aiken should rejoice in J this movement to add to it# attractiveness, and to the resultant pride ami joy of living that will come to each and every >n«> living within the  ■ bounds of th*- Git y.  i l ae Committee hopes to hear from marv in the mar future who will i agree to enter this contest. It in n iw working out plan-* to supply trays on which to build the minia-ture park' for theme wishing to en-t< r, Chese 'nu I made, and in order to know how many t » order, Mrs, It. (’. AL Lt-an, Chairman, wiah-,. i(m-.* expecting to enter to notify her se soon as poaMble.   1  all phone 297. give in your nam#, if | irk Airs McLean for particulars  fgi.iii' contest.  Westbury Wins  Golf Tournament  I wo Player* from B»t«**bur# Enter  th** Final* and We»tbury Win*.  T    i,    lf    i    . n nan;, nt between  \ ,    n,    l;.g    **    md P. t<*sl*urg wa#  VI.M n<lay night ut the Midget  i inlf i t ii* *' ut:! M r. AA .' bury, of R - d.arg 'ii'  1  e winner over Mr. Malmt* , of the amt* place.  I    -if    '    in ii    'ie* ' va- * ump >sed of  hr.,-    »• I    a *    • i*    t>    in each of these  .I itie , at i the fir,-: round was t layed ' at Haml>* i "ii th*- 25th. The next I ■ ...r I was a* Batesburg on the 2'.'th,  j A ci wd e ti mated at about 200  : watched 'I <• V *.•,»•    * it it    plea are  lied  tro-  I. MT. RT A* NS SI NO AY khuQl CLASS  .Ii!  at ion resp  ut . I hi x AV ty jill n A:  T••..th (.rn I*  'LEH  CARD PROA! M. F. Bl SH  PERRY  rn y --ion to the H o imitative# I shall #v#H many friend* I mad# ..-.in*it v ,o ..i. can pa hi#Im vt ambitioB is to s  ,i rn  YOUR BOY GR GIRL  GOING TO COLLEGE?  lf . t ’ i c y will s ii! the 'i. w * I , I .    ***    «*    *    t    H  week. '*• od th.-m lh*- JOURNAL AND RI AH! W  if I! bf* .* wrl nmr yiiilor rvrry AA. i *»• i *v during  I  I hr < dlrs{<' Itrm. AA# (Gf<*r ipm*l rat*-* coll*.**-  *(*, Jeu I »  •I  It AVARD  M. h BUSH. U. D C MEETING  I, a!*- B  —  ca  ......  An Hi * irk#! cretin  war ) ’ raft chapter, I ta h#W Monday a'*err  o’fler* a’ the h.»nw • I,ups on tau'en* jins  .    a-!! Mi    ars.) Mix    Arthur Pool-  ai    r 15    I ton I    '‘"cv    VV ebb spent the we*  rs    John    * with    Mr*    L u    • parent#, Mi  Mi*    Lr s    VA ii.    im*■ n near :  From Septemlwfr 1930 to June 1931  All Subscription* Payable in Advance  I  at on, a. I hoi# who get ll ta y *t **  JUST LIKE A LETTER FROM HOME"  C ARD OI I MASK  I wa  ul   

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