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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - September 17, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                ehairman of iyTelfire in the dif of Aifcen lile full awart ofithe fact into xjntem of caa about flnt It a booiw to the bomw a made by Mawhall official of Central Public Service Cbrpo Mtion who supervised the of and on direction it will optrmt While plant itself wS teen cpnspleted when turned on only about of the system of gas will hareJones 244 Sawyer laid at that time The present System thousand of service This will be increased to seventyfive thousand feet before the present work of construction is halted After that time since gas wiir then have1 made available to practically of the principal residential and business sections of the city new Construction work will be confined to the new sections of the city when they develop sufficiently to warrant the laying of additional mains Newrtit Development in The gas which will be served Ai ken represents one of the newest developments of science in the manu facture of a gas to be used for cook ing hot Vator heating refrigeration and tht heating of homes and offices and brings to Aiken the greatest of the modern conveniences plant which will manufacture this gas is modern in every respect S B the for the of 4100 to for Mr f Woodward wceived Oie orwr C J HJH for Count 1678 for the tatter candi ed the nomina inTDiifc Sawyer The vote Cbeoter nominated in and the first unit which be in stalled in capable of the production of over twenty million cuhic feet of jras por year It is so designed however that without disturbing the production of the present plant ad ditional may be added as need ed to increase its capacity almost indefinitely Bett Sjritem M J Ramie 99 L received the npm in Disk No being unop posed p H in Dist No 4 overE G Fnhner the vote being Sawyer 222 Fulroer 169 to Paid Front the fortyfour candidates Who entered Ujt primary the asseBs hicnt amounted to Car ried over from campaign of 1928 a total of preparing lioxes clerk guard for boxes copying club rolls building stand for State cam paign meeting advertising printing erection of booths salary to secre tary amounted to A bal ance of was left and divid ed among the various precincts The city of Aiken had two seta of manafjrrst and considered as two boxes There arc thirtyfour hoses in the and the sum of was divided into thirtyfive The sum of or dered paid to each Executive Com miUccmnn to be expended by him in of managers at box terday and filed his petition for a recount of cast in the last primary He feated oy 889f Aa an Mr Johnston asked for a recount in Chsrleoton county where he received votes Blackwood and offered to bear the expense of the Utter recoantf He attach challenged votes in Char leston county and asked that such ballots be thrown out or if it is impossifcle to ascertainhow many of said votes were cast for your peti CARD OF THANKS uoner ancTTTiow many for His op ponent then your petitioner prays that all the boxes in which said votes have been counted thrown Should the boxes be thrown out by the state Democratic executive com mittee which in session yester day the nomination likely would go to Johnston as it was the large Char leston majority that grave the nomi nation to Blackwood along with his vote in other sections of the state Aiken Votei Locked Up I belt to thrwBrgii your colamns that the s to me In the place t attributed candidate and UBttue no need for to make tuck ia unnecwmry raah remark I wiiavriif a c for Valley J with a hflrit rse Creek together n personal prize mywry Bttiffand rkin and whom it would be thing in this wofld I would would be to slander them in such uncalled for manner What I said was peo ple on my place and fc my commu rrronity in need of fljincial help as e Creek Valf much as those in ley having in mind at the time three white my farm d others in my collmunity For Alsowhin I madethe above staWAe City of Aiken ment the mother of five small child ren lay a corpse in my community the neighbora to get together to make clothing for them to attend their mothers funeral to which I my share These were the facts I had in mind when I the statement there wwr people on my place and in my com rnunity in need of financial help as much as those in Horse Creek Val ley and they wert all people Upon the advice of many wise heads I was pursuaded to refrain malignant statement attributed to me by said candidate until after the election and T hope this statement of mine will set myself aaght before the public throughout the county Sincerely W O JOHNSON County Schofield Normal Elect Delegates Talbert Factiom The ballot boxes of Aiken County Party are being kept intact locked in a room at the court house and if thcv Thc Union Republican party of should be ordered recounted the I Aiken county held a meeting at Executive Committee of this county the Odd Fellows last itlay and vlccled to the will proceed to do so Opens October list in Manuel Schofield NornuiJ and Industrial school will begin its sixtysecond year of work on Wednesday Octo ber first tcrday Mr O Johnson Executive j State convention elected were j The opening will be Comroittecman from this county atW A Jackson Gco Dr j held in the chape at nine oclock tended the meeting in Columbia yesp M Scott John Ramey Willie j after which the students will to tu the various class rooms for exarni with nation and cliisHificalinn For over sixty years this school founded by Martha Schofield in been working for he ad vancement of the colored race and been of untold benefit to thin with 6rnedicinet through Number of families supplied with weekly if the pension list bjr the Aiken Hospital and Re lief Society 14 Number of articles of clothing supplied to needy 10 All families who were visited or interviewed wtre referred to Dr Ww G Bodie Medical Health Of ficer in the Crtft Building for ty fur examination and treatment AssistedJudge Webb in intcniew g 2 families Three visits made to cases of ty phoid fever instructions and side nursins given and accompanied the children in one typhoid home to the Health Officer for ipocu lations Mosquito netting supplied to two homes Instructions in regard to care and feeding of babies 10 Instructions in regard to care and feeding of preBchoo children 25 and to school children 40 Instructions were given in a homes in regard to raising the standard of living through improving and bal ancing dwt and windosvs regulating the daily s fttirt by keeping a family bud get Knob family was encourjigiMl to add more milk to the diet OFFICE DAYS FOR SIPT EDUCATION WILL BE FRIDAYS SATURDAYS AND FIRST MONDAYS The County Superintendent of Anderson and Prof Jjirir This organization MM alliei Joe Tnlbert who as the republican boss in thin state hut is not recognized by the nation al organization when patronage nt stake men are affiliated I wish to heartily thank the people of the District for their support Education announces that his office j vVill Jacknon given mo in the recent election in the future will be I ddojjnU Thd system Although I was ilSntutdays and first Monday of en practice in older systems is alto nm grateful for the month Thin is the black and tan onranij community zation and is different This year we are nUrting out with from the Lilly White crowd Howi brighter ever before ever in the Talbert faction S I Hradlry a grad of llampton Institut with nintv chnii num rrvrrnl teaching n of to be the principal and fivld plendid vote which I received Mr Smith finds that school af gcthcr of steel pipe heavily coat ed with enamel and with welded joints rather than Uif older tyiw of caulked or screw joints Once laid it is practically indestructible The mains system will be capable and I wish my to MC him bv calling on his regular of standing approaching I of success in i office days two hundred pounds to the square if j can PVer of assist Those having business with the organization in Hate I bear no ill will to anyone and fnini cnll him out of the citv ready always iil the past much that it in better to have rigu o ilo everything F run for Aikrnlar nfllcr days and those having County especially in the matter of his otTico will be sure might be IH no nt that thi mrel t ln have hurh inir inch although in practice it will never be used at a pressure over ten pounds to trie inch and at first these pressures will be approximate ly two pounds The pressure in mains to customers from the ser vice mains is approximately four ounces and individual regulators for customer will keep this pressure constant at all times As at present constructed the capacity for delivering gas to Aiken customers will be approximately ten times the estimate demand in order that the growth of the city and ex County Treasurer Receiving Taxes ance to him I am alway ready to a helping hand C J HILL lend j Superintendent can alwnvs find him i at the Court House on the day Opened on Monday Four MONTHLY MEETING W C T U nnmd FARM WOMEN MEET People Up Thomas The W C T U held their month1 County Treasurer Thomas H i Williamson ojwnd tiie tax books mi meeting of the County t Monday morning nnd during the I jriving at llaitshoin of the hind department Kur disjitirtion nf brim ic hisrh srhnOr of tin i atid ire in ti offer intruction itt v thi lloarrl of Kducation We have int induced a riiiisc of training yniinger I Hrlcklaying has been added to our list nf Industries and are the usual instructions and at least 1 pint per day for each child One little girl wan accompanied to Campbell Hall State iurk Sanatnr ium pievetilorin for tuberculosis Medicine as ordered Inphysicians was supplied 16 I Yeast was ordered from the State Hoard of Health for f families who atv unable to pay for shine An XRay picture was made of one woman who complained n itrejit deal with one side she was found to School ringing Children are returning to school ity of them have been promoted and will pnter higher but gome of them have not been so fortunate and will have to work all over their failure due to mental dullness alone it due to some physical handicap Experience has taught us that of uncomplicated men til defectives is rather atmdl have dilatiim of the heart hrlil Milh the chairmen or of the Kmvr gency Uolief Committee of the Cmiti ty and of those of Wiifivner Ierry Windsor and Kllnton in order tn lion in the Welfare the Aikin Jind liilnf S thro majority of due tophyskal defects also taught us that the majority of these physical defects are in varying degrees correctable hence these cbildra who haVe failed failed need isljvAVho has been negligent Certairjly not the teacher whoso curriculumU stand ardized for normal healthy children Theblame rests entirely upon the shoulders of the parents who have in most instances been advised ft theic physical defects nnd urged the County llcjilth Department to have them corrected but they have procrastinated or failed to do so Each County Health De partment examines numbers of school children and notifies parents of the defrrts found yet they eon tintie to let thvm drag along with licensed tonsils and adenoids run ning ears bad teiUi defective cyo ht hook worm disease and mal tiourirfhituiit from imcroperly bal anced diets Finally as u result of their neg ligence the children become ill men dull and inevitably fail to pro properlv ami liiiike their This a lnwi of time extla additional expense to the fam ily nnd thr Suite and infrequently remits iti the dtnth of the child or xeiinUN permanent physitul disabil ity When pnrehtK nve so CttrvWsn Hint they dililnrntily neglect the health of heir riilldren after they have warned tlioy are in a way responsible for their death or fiiihm1 shnulrl it Iuverty nf ioiirsi1 hinders malty in for their pliyvji al lull t if iif Iv meeting with Mrs C K Tonle i rarm Women will four taxpayeis paid up The practical training in carpentry f 4 W UI i t i i if i Park avenue Tuesday afternoon Thchcld at church first receipt was issued to Mr 11 blarksmithing Mill Community on Saturday Sep McCarty of Aiken and the next automobile and carriage The meeting will begin ceipt wasissued to Mr 1 iriie fur and in State convention will be held in SpartanburiT October 17Uth j Knlltwing mi nniue tlnre iWltl uliutll e Mr lames liiitna i bet and Mr lobn Mr Bert Culbertsnu Ietry Mr I W Hyars Mr j j llurkingham leu man Child j Welfare Klleiitm Mrv C C Chairman Warrenvtlb i Mr K and It lieter of Jinniteville W 1 Thompvon and K Huchvi nf The cum nutter on Ciiy Krncrgency Charitiei I composed of I 1 McLean II Tnrrant W H and i 11 Anoerson apnniTiteil to c laundry tu Jentu nil regular for the hit rcn i FMI intanc n davs have cliild it I iT I hat he was ti maki arrangements for the bar and i The officers and teachers of th it eleven oclock All club members 1 invited to attend and officers of This is just a beginning f he bigwork and rowd who must nnfrt Mr Williami science fo i inm Aiken and Baptist Sunday school held their i clls lr eiprrially to be or sooner or monthly tine Monday nicht at ppcted development may be taken f church Seiit 2Sth will bt care of without the necessity of i 1 romotifiii I lav nnd every menrber agnin disturbing or mams systems for a long period o time Both in the design of the present 1 present 1 of the school should be present The executive commitee plant and in the laying of the Aiken Association mo pverv effort has roniio MoTitmorcnci it was stated to avoid as far as has rKn possible the disturbance of Aikcns natural beauty Shrub bery and tiees have been spared in layine mains and wherever possible tunnels under pavements have been used in laying the pipe of the nt the church on Tuesday Rev S Brook field man delivered an address Plans were made for the Association which will meet with the Millbrook church on October A BiG PEAR Last week Mr W Cieurxvaler ltriiuht tn perhaps nnp f thlargel pearthat has ever been grown in Aiken coun ty The pear larger tiinn n grape frutt and weighed thrrr crowd to come rush fn addition ber nf taxpayers ni Ho ho his in all he purji a v ii t lie iu nnn and ir Tb if mi u n in V if u i nrc br nrfdrd Constitution Week At Kiwanis Club Pnrt of K Big Syttem The new system will he a part of the Central Public Service Company system of Itilitios which comprises nearly five hundred utililii in the TJnitcd States nnl Canada nrd it was stated the entire resoures of the organization in engineering lkl nke U S COURT TO CONVENE United States Court will convene in Aiken on Monday with Judge presiding The docket i iiuito heavy and the cuurt 1 i kept busy for some day Foot Ball At Aiken Institute Cons bv Thv Aiken randtdatcs of the are each and il tin and financing are available th present system in Aikot pletely saliffactorv modern to date one Connected with In the r plant it will br coupled present operation of that in Appalls F I Marshall man ager the Augusta vstrni dirrc the operation of his ine which will eivo to Aikcn all the ad of larger city and esprc iv so ir home liepart t merit where a trained Tor JiSTfPF TjTP1 TTrvr Central Public approximaleiv hcast Ihirtv AdvunUjjn of Mnrshall fiiit all modern Cas ima u in their operation ranvre with control iv Betting a pointer will main temperature in the Institute nftornoon irid KIU vpntyivf boy are trying fur the team There are only two veterans hack at thic year and oath HerriK hn a him in tryinr to make a winning team Th are anl ttorkini ut ion Wfck Kiwanians at and an Harry iiuillow t t made an address Th if Constitution Wei of Kisvani Internati vie Game Warden Has Resigned Mr will agree that they learn ulieji their iout of or der and not hitting four or six will mnke arrnnce rnent1to ike it to the jrarnirr as soon for the neressnry repairs di do i r vour children on MX in m the chooK i i UV iirinir r a Piart 1 not i r IV Hollniftn Ip i of Hrallh JR ORDER TO SUPPLY SCHOOL HOOKS A MKM1RI A I C I Mi I I 1 Ill M in this tors without any fcnr of in a club for Aivi the housewife if she are bi nt it h or a set rho tcmpfraturo con eanizatinn on j a whole minl in he morninc Scptenihcr th ot time An gr to town oVWk Tht mefttnsr will he hld n f the meRl cooking wrruli the mxrkct n NVwlwrry wriieh rot water in the water j will b pivrn the J prepurjitvon for Ami r were iinaSie M M all k avo te hill rn ik C ircil ilf tli ol in Mr K i n n e n r it So A siivcr tisirtg At this f rovii1 iu   

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