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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - October 15, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                Cmntr Jovrml Mid No Paper PuWiAed in Locality Equda the Journal and i Circulation Aiken County t AIIRN 8 0 WIPNttPAY OCTOBER U 1930 INOJUJEST HELD ON MONDAY Agauut NEW P All FOR UIKD6 STREH RIDGE sHtlMG Council WMT tin wuion Mown pn Monday night discuw ing the before tho mating Several delegation were jvanous requests the city lot adjoining cjrairihe Chief of Police was or dered to have ordinance fully corn with Mfc C J ttill of the Park Com W Oct and of the Belief Society will sUf6 a big community Lucia in the Altam Optra There are locml people who art mg to take part in and are underway The program opened by a baby pa geant of air the school children in the first four grades with a special Callie May Earfle 1 aufhter of Mr and Mrs J B was almost inatanHy tilled Monday when tepped out of an automobile and nto the path of a truck traveling n the same direction oniiighway ggp3 speakervBaist that jier y Wi worth fifty p resented ol the new park to be built opposite tho post office Mr Hill stated that the Coiit mission would pay f 100 towards the cost of the curbing and asked coun cil to pay the balance It is csti thatthecurbing will cxt about The Commission has a balance of to be used for shrubbery 0The park is so planned as to foot load way on both sides and to end about infront of theDibble Memorial Li brary entrance Mr Hill further asks that the in tersection of at Methodist and Episcopal churches needed at tention but members of council stated that the city had no funds at this time for park extensions The attention of council was call ed to the fact that people continued to walk across the parks and in drive across them The chief of police directed to jlace n at certain parks and jrive the offenders a warning before rank ing Tr B C asRcd for contribution towards advertising U S Highway No 1 The sum of in to be raided nmi this city is nsked for The Chamber nf Commerce hns pledged the hotels of the city would subscribe liberally and the city was asked for Onmotion this sum was voted 8 K Davis chief of the Fire de asked that the hose rack brenijinced five of rubber coals and boots be bought for the new men slso badges for the new men Referred to Fire Comi tuittee with power to net S G presented a bill of for cleaning up a street He was allowed on this bill City Clerk reported that the rent on the opera house had not been paid for the months of June July Auirust nnil September The Mayor was asked to take this matter up with Jerryreturns dressed as the old lady every one mistakes him for AUtrtrLuciaV JTher6 are two college boys George and Dick who support inhls foolishness and try to help him es situations in which he would have otherwise caught Dicks father Mr Collins and his friend butter and egg fall in love with the fake Aunt Lucia and propose to her Old Prof Gad d is also makes a famous pro posal for the rich lady These are very funny and no one can afford to miss them There is a bis college chorus that is composed flapper of the business men of the community who dress as women This is a riot and screams of laughter are sure to arise when these across the stage in bathing costumes am dressed as Clara Bow and the gold digger Another attraction is the mens Club composed of tho best sinjrors of the town who sing such songs as Carry Me Back to Old Virginia In tho Evening bj the Moon and many others Included in the protrram will be th younjr srirls chorus who will sing and between the acts of piny tcffcc Taken on Thurt faff from day Night at Meeting of Committee William Funeral services were helcTyeScr dajT from church at 4 oclock by the pas or the Bey Hodgens Besides ier she is survived by irothers and one sister Drifting to a Municipal Owned Plant The special committe having m charge the ittvwtigation of light and power rates held a meeting last Thursday and hemlrd R M of Chicago ducatts the building of a proposed plant for Aiken someiwaeks f all Wlrenrthc Te planJSr it thatjr always the the post poned the inquest until later in the jnorder of Coroner Tarvcr went to sceneMonday afternoon and plancould of Aiken could subscribe fcTitock if they it was immater ial if they did or not Funds could bcTobtained from a local company formed as an operat ng company with local directors He said he would be glad mpke a detailed statement f urnilKcd with the propef survey of the city He witnesses present Many Candidates For Alderman Ten Prominent Service to Men City Offer Their In this issue a number of candi dates have announced for Alder and for Commissioner of Public Works Three members ofthe present council have announced as B T Dyches Henry E Holley and P B Glover These men have proven that they have the welfare whether engineers will be employed to make asurvey of the city so that plans for the new plant can bo drawn Engineers have agreed to do this work for and action will be takenon Thursday night of Kansas to the fta Beaten With Chair Ami tnm HI five Mutes north Wagoner to Aiken in Monday shoved Signs Sff having1 fbeen badly beaten up as a result of a which took place at bis home on Sunday night To A reporter of the Journal and Review told ah interesting story of Jjow brotherin XSrady and Pasco Horsey came to his home about nine oclock beat him up and took his three children away him Rawls saysthat his wifglsft him sometime and he retained arot rt fromtwo to sovctt years Three meivand the a sniattTeductionrWhen the flnaFpIans arc drawn itficrfficr contract is let that a final reduction is niade These 25 to 50 per cent of the existing rates The public are Pondering what will wecting on Thursday Bamberg is now buying electri city according to a citizen of that wants to Tcnowexactly what are IRe i on Monday requiremente of the city and then he can arrangefor the building of the plant He guaranteed electricity at a much cheaper rate than is now paid Meeting Tomvrrow Night Another meeting of the committee will bo held tomorrow nittht at which definite plans will take shape The committee will then decide at cents wholesale and thtit the recent decision of the Railroad com mission reduces it to about This power is retailed to the citizens for lights at 12 cents per kilowatt with a discount of 25 per cont the people of that city light for 8 cents per kilowatt hour com panxl with 12 and 14 centa as pro vided in the new franchise ren Thcy were swfleep nt amTTTawls saM thaV not get them f ttce beat him over the head with While hewas oT they ed the and according to Rawls they were taken to tho home The inquest over the kHUng Howard Bell ofCJearwuter completed Monday rfound a verdjct that Bell came to His death from wounds inflicted one Albert Floyd Mamie Bell Howard Bell and Floyd Darnell ac cessories before and after the SheriJOIoward relkiedthe of BfiU T R A RJBgard of N P Rawls camu to Aiken to seek legal advice and get information as to tho right form of warrant that must be issued jrueker against the accused from the nesses Floyd anoTDarnell canretir llearwater from witnesses saw them about the Bell told came to kill her husband and rcted himself in tho bock yard and when Bell drove in killed him His ody was put into Bells car New Mail Schedule Effective Oct 12th Program For The Kiwanift Luncheon Mr Albert S Willcos and Dr W G Bodle were the speakers ut the f WH Minif WIUJ V11U V of the city at heart and have Riven Luncheon yesterday Mr Wllleox spoke on Pronpocts of tho e Chief port vni vf Police submitted a re vniWinK thai 50 arrests were month rash fines value time served 50 The City Clerk submitted the fol lowing rrpnrt BOYS JUDGING TEAM NAMED FOR DISTRICT In the Savannah Valley District 411 Boys club livestock judging con test held Friday at the dairy of Sam Zimmerman and at tho Slate fair jrroumii Everett Kncecc and Scarle Thomas of Aikcn and Ghnrlcs Searson of Hampton wore selected as the team to represent the district in the state judging contest to be held at the State fair next week The boys judged cattle and pitts Younic Thomas and Kncece ore members of the Monetla Airri cultfiral club They have been j trained by Cunty Aitent C L I Cowan and Geo Sawyer local leaders for the Monetla club time and attention to mffairs Mr Dycheii is n successful bunineits man of the city and deserves to bo reelected Mr Holley is proprie tor of tho Holloy Motor and has done well in his own business and has look after the af fairf of the city for another two yenrs Ho has won the support of our citizens Tho same can be said of Mr P D jlover He a conscientious mem ber of council and can generally be j Applications for space in Still D hnmi ommissi llalano Keieip Halanre The Kereipt The a Moniay rich oak Contributors to Football Team Winter Season and spoke on Malaria Tbey both made entertaininir Rjiorches and Mr Willcox said tho oiitlimke for thn cominn season was irrnlifytne Hotel Hcndnrsun nerved a excellent luncheon FEDERATED CLUBS WESTERND1STRICT MEETS HERE OCT 24 About Seveatjrfive Will Tho Southern Rnilwny announced change in tin train schedule from Charleston ID Au irusta efTectivt Inst Sunday Tho mail service in Aikon is affcctod ac fordinely Tito vurly ntorninK mail for the west closes at 7 rather than as heretoforr The early arrival of the tnornini train briiiKR tlulniiy popers to Aiken hnurs than by the previous Hcliwltik 1artifs having rnni for the wesl iiuit thiir letters lo the pout office Infore n nr he de Inyed for mure than twelve hours t in Entrrlainrd Th th Carolina Federation will hold President Hastings Charmed With Aiken urned towards Clearwater and pushed off the road Mrs Bell ac cording to her confession says came to sec hor after tho job was done and told her that ho had killed Bell Floyd Greenville and later Mrs Bell went near the1 same place where tho whoto trio was arrested by Sheriff Howard Solicitor Carter attended tho in luest and it is likely that the case will be called for trial at this term of court which opens next Monday Missionary Union Meets at Johnston STILL LIFE PICTURES found to be questions Mr K II Hafer of the Ifnfers j Electric A W Oakley Roland riidit on all public Exhibition ofthe Civic Kliwor Show should be mado n soon ns possible nn there are 1 limited number o frames available Those who wish fo enter an men of flower fruit or any n 21th which ami Aboil TWV1 in liinro ton tiined at on Friday Gel to be Inrifely if S Make Gencrou Donation AiUrn Flowrr Show for Tin to the from district will be in romintt from Hnrnwill Alletulalr and Trenton will entT llinihenn by the two UnCivie Leairue The Western District of the W M at South Carolina comprised Aiken Abbeville Kdislo Kdffcfleld Kiidy Ifiver and Hidiie Assiicialions will hold n n allday meeting in Kirvl church of Johnston Tuediiy Ortober 1st brifinninif nt 10 olbnk The folloivini iirnciam IIIIH been j arranged f vie of our Ka Seed of Allan 2 Tim that the Leitkue Mrv s Hymn To the deiply aiiririale donation from tinIll o be used ill illFlower Shiiw n liinrty ami much pleanire ti followitn from Mr We know of h f as Cliiti nt HnfH people f X Murray W K Clinkscales B K j Hnir and Dr Hasting AVyman raive material should nine their nnw U H trloplione I will gladly asicn frames and S Thefollowing is a list of contri j butors to he Aiken Institute fuot j bull team who mnde possible the purchase of much needed equipment Thonms T Cushman Tom Wil liamson W McXair E R Infers G A Durban J B Salley E S S ion of Iublic Works fullowinp report 1 i Henderson J W t il K Ashhurft rson H Kay Holley ord o H Sh J Platt S w 51 A 1C Aiken Frank P Jordan H K J 1 Hwani A S school for reserve meetinR at nriov in the ofiice of M Caiitain Jeortre K r spoke on The Militar tion of the tnited 4 i ColaCola HnUlinsi Henderson H Gyles J A Holle 1 G McCrory Co Holley Kuel Aiken 1 M Norman C HAndT Hardware II K K Coward H David Weisbcnt have annuunced in this issue These are all rood business men of the city and are amply able to look after the affairs of the city tr Wynian served aa councilman seve ral years HKO and performed his du well Hymn Hsur received a majority of the votes two year1 aco but failed of election Mr ir president and Dr i manager of a successful il ronipany eiirli years rector Roland Murray a prominent yoiint bnrmess man A W Oaliley a sue cesslul hardware man K Hif ers owner and proprietor of a litire rlectfiral roncorn and sur huinis man and David promiiKnt vstaf auent ce The number f Aldermrn hnvel to be increased to ten so thai they allcan be elected II N Schroder hns announced for In on is Commissioner of Pub oj e Works He is n valuable member f the commission and won Ji1 107 iav rent1 i Tin of ihv luncl tify vilav tw n will he manager C J Hill n Oft iubs WIllIIH riinririd that have in Si it prernisitn tion briiT tion of viMtorv I 1 iilll on DiviMtms Mr IV A Cull Dr ISin ciations of the Ouzts Hymt 1 1 Dr G Croft Williams Resigns His Charge William for the f cburoh in Shandon liim bia lias resigned his in iriier uive full time to at the of S had music Institute Dr and Ifferinti appiiint adjmirn 1NJURED IN AUTOMO11ILE WRECK of M i v i be V Aflrrnonn Laborers I V f 11 Carolina lepnrtnient il C 1 he try nnd d lived in Ciarl of w to Miss Wiimen S Wnt oiferenve ami maiii above AIKKN TO RICHMOND AC ADI MY He He rk M Car DFATH OF W1NTKR Mi ndntion I t ti iFLOWER SHOW i NOVEMBER 7TH STILL ANOTHER STILL H Turivr J K Hahr A K L Alien K A McCroary D M 11 Wynian W T ft K V K J U H vV t iT iitf SI 00 J U I U I I r i N Si i i Aianr i Th REGISTER FOR CITY PRIMARY THKi FOR FLOWKR SHOW MI noo iji i i iv i IP A l j V rrv i i i hr it i L VX i i fM M   

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