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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - December 24, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina Nearly every family in Aiken County reads the Journal and Review. No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal aik! Review i Circulation in Aiken Countt VOL <0 NO, 52 ——* AIKEN, S. C, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24. 1936 ANNUAL REPORT SHOAL SERVICE Ut MUCH WORK DONE mmmm Aiken Post on Honor Roll r "" —- Cfi Blist** Re,*.«»4 ‘'E«r Mf*! Dif-onjuuhed Swne," from National Headquarter* Splendid Work Doe* by Soc rad Sot-eke Dapartmant, nod Mony Needy Person* Ciran Aid. Aiken County Po#t No. 26, of the American legion, ha* just received th* award of a spec tod certificate to-Last Chrietma# th* social service /*(1 b>’ N«tl,,nal ^wdquartors of worker awaited the Christmas Com-    ^in*r!C*° Legion for moat dis inanity Committee, rn preparing    •****« in enrolling toll and delivering baskets of fruits 1930 tm'mb#r# in *f<K>d Anding for groceries, and candies to tho forty tbl* ?mr 1<Ja* PYMM- to November neediest families in Aiken county. ,b<! ‘*4*® 00    observance    J The money for this purpose wan do- < ! American legion Week was Hated by the churches. local organ i- brott*ht 10 ^ncluaion. rations, and individuals.    J    ** quite a distinction for t purine the year, the Social Set'- 1",fll V st* M!Ut‘    four 1‘ Hs it vice Department aided in fitting    ’ ,,ruliitn were entitle to this two crippled children with braces 4.W4rd* The other Poets receiving and special orthopedic shoes. It also ^ aWur(* ure: Thus. R. Summers assisted the Aiken Health Unft in **osA’ ^°’ ^ at Orangeburg; UteJ transporting nine crippled children ( rmwford-Monroe 1‘oat, No. 5, of St. lo WiHtam A-, fkmi, State Or*1 ^^hn* aint U)u J amt**' L**k-oi 4W* -thopedist’* Clinic in Columbia. * ost' *s*‘ !'    * antdom AU of : One child and one adult were *up-    Po<te *rc much ilM««,r th*n plied with - ghuses.    Al*t<‘TI Port*'which now has a total; Judge Webb was assisted in im. nM?mher#hip 4 4 in good .standing vestigating a number of cases, two 1,1 ^®1* an wrcrease of , over the boys were placed in the State Indus- *‘,,>d ^^roilment. trial School, one woman in the State    _ Hospital for Insanity and a little girl was sent to the Dc La Howe ivie League school. A free milk lunch for twenty under-nourished pupils was organize I at the Aiken Institute, fror thus purpose, two donations of money were SgjgjBlgWMMMI £ ,    '    ;    l*T Oj Little Town w w w of Bethlehem” Aiken Convict Given Freedom Russell Aba!*, Convicted of Big amy Gets Santsaca Suspended. $2.00 a Year—Sc a Cory —  ... JST ADMIRAL WnJiAMS COUNTY CITIZEN BORN AT MONETTA was on •Iienli mg a ■ mm a ■    rn    rn    mm rn Wilt nearly two thousand years a%o that U ..... J. j Governor R,chank has sanded Rm€4>mm,nM ft>r pro«oH<m Ie the sentence of Ruxaell Abede who entered a plea of guilty in Aiken ; County a charge of bigamy md ! was sentenced to aerve 18 months J beginning hi* service 'in May 1930. Rf ar-Admiral—I, Now Captain Aide for Navy Yards- rn slie]>Lerc!.s, wa telling tlieir ilock.s Ivy nii^ nearly two J t^ie star wKicli lee! them to tile tow ti cd Bethlehem where t! twen many examples of tile saw in the east minnie structure in tin* little ie Prmee of P ie cace v as lf, <e little towns or torn. now cene (>l Offer* Thank* The Civic League wishes to ex- .    „    _    _    .press appreciation and thanks to all rn*,. The Ho ley O^rM.jr    t„Mrlbuwd    ,m.    Co,„. Sullivan s and Cuurtu.yw, all made    chrlltmm,    tnt. donations of daily milk. Other indt-    T>    n .    ,    .    The    Kalium    (omusny gave the v “ ninf f«,«r *r «*~. OUI. SUS* a Co., through .mart, of milk daily, to last throng- „b|, dim,i(M> of Mr Kdw,r,t. out the school year.    ___.    f    .    _,A    , ,,    ..    and the assistance jot the City Street Ona blind man was train*.! uj re , ... „    ,    ,    , committee and -dint cleaning depair cane chair bottom*.    _____ ,    .    .. .... *    .    .    partment, saw to the potting up. Half-fare raiiroed    tickets    were    u.    u    v    u    t    i    • Z.    j .    . ,    Mr.    B.    t.    Hair    also    assisted with purchsswi for two #-x-*emee mon, ,    ... ....    .    ,    the tree and Mr. Ruth rock with the one Wind man and also    one    woman . ,,    .    T,    a    .    „    .. ... ..    ,    ,    .    lighting. The .South f arohna Pow- V wits were made to home* to ,    .    ,    .    .    , ^ ...    .    .    ,    .    ,    «r to., contributed $25.00, and Hoi- ascertain the financial and environ- ... u .    ...    _    . . ,    .u-    ,i    -.    .    .    ley Motor Co.,    and    Mr.    H.    G. An- mental    conditions    there. These had to ,    .. .... .    .    ,    .    .    ,    ,, derson *n.00 each. be known before tho people could    v    .    ,    .    . Z 'I i j t a .1    * -a.    n# ii I    centi    ibutionH    have been aoli- be takdfn into the Aiken Hospital as .    ..    ...    ,    cded this year,    and    no    extensive charity patient*. The financial con- ... „ . .. o.    i ti.. ...    ,    lighting of Main Street undertaken, drtion of these patient* relatives was    . i,    .    ,,    ",    ,    aa the Civic League    thought    best to also investigated. As a result of    ,    , Tv, .    .    ,    make a large coninbution to the this , in some instance, a part of ,    ..    ,,    ...    , ,    .,    *    ,    ,    < ommumty Welfare Work. the expenses was paul. Other homes were visited at the request of Dr. W. i    *'*rs‘    byon!' Mina Marion Pellew, Cornrwittw in charge. G, Bodie, that of Dr. J. D. Howell. Besides nursing wan given, wounds were dressed and material aid wa-given when necc-sary. Total number of visits 410.    MONTHLY    MEETING    W.    C.    T.    U. In regard to the above problem cases conferences were held with physicians, health officers, and neighbor* and interested individuals, Total number of conferences 1,468. Visit* were made to the OW Folk- iiU e ol I luoian liistury. t •Since t.iat tune there have Destiny often picks one of tin events wiiicn change the co. ifStle time conies round ;;^a;n to celebrate the event w! t0°^ place in the little town oi Befhlehem so long e^o, cannot helo feeline ti mas so much ij(i evidence as it i the map of America——in tire small communities sue Ii one. f or the people who live in them are a home-loving they r.'e a friend! v neon Ie: tiiev are a neiglihorly peop^.*, .1 o lien one !‘t- u*ip leeling that nowhere is the true spirit o! I •    *    i    ...    J    .1,    j    •    f    .    i    i n t.ic little towns which dot tars fop like tho a lneiidl v people; til " w ho live in the TV great metropc.iitrtn t enters, tnev are closely associated with each other in their everyday live.; they f th smitev t i earn otl and trillmtil ’ TS Iii F W se-A I are impi 1 ter their joys and their sorrows; their trials and what aiieets one, to a large extent, affects ail. een our fortune to Lase ch,.rgc of an important in- t H Ollie es tut ion iii sui ii a coininunitv jy that such has been our fortune, that we are permitted nave a part in hulloing up such a community as this a ’?nu” ty where friendliness and neighborliness are the •atmI elements in tis hp the r- peace on eartu, got ti o* ii    •    I will ta men a real me ump »    »    » s> i» » n » CO in this season of hrigiitnt vs ant ii aughter in oui homes, of >^y c:^ hving ami joy t.f giviiig in our hearts v\ e hring to ilygieet'Ug Merry Christmas! THI. PUB LIS1 IF PS joy Y on tills anti wit! [rientlly arui Reighhc if the sincere good wishes o Aiken county o*n soon boast of having another admiral in the navy, .He came to Aik,rn county, ^cording when (-apt> y S. WUUmui, of to the record, from Penn.vlv.nU Monetta, i. promoted. He to now rn 1929. Two years, prior to thai time    for n#vv y.rds Ht ^ navy de. be had become separated from hto Julrtment, U among the .even cap-jw,fe who had instituted divorce pro-    of th<> navy r*eommrndfH, by * * ' ’ c''    the line board for promotion to the ' ,Th*** *rant^ w,U*ln * ^ grade if rcar-admirak Th to and a1! after Abele wa* arrested, and when    rncommendaOions of the board ho wa. married, his second    wifely Wn approVt.d bv ^4*ut r    *!th    lb"    r<^*‘! Hoover. Tho actual promotion can- ive > u- list marriage. The trial    br inadr un til    vacancies orcrrr, ,ao rt<-r an tt- ti la! Judge recoin-    congratulation*    are In order. .' • n • ‘ I* w I * > I«- ^ xitk yfluriaL ut. , vV-rHmr-” TrrmtftrlrtTt Aiken and various county officials ’ K.anan|' f,m«*or. He ha- only a' few .jjouu'f in a pica for clemency. J months more to (jDrvc' in Hi?* present i«~    x    billet, gnd while there to nothing Working Committee* official on the subject of his next as-A    k— RA    signment, it is Relieved Giat he is a Appointed by Mayor d:.timt po^ni,Hty to succeed Rear I    Admiral Sexton’a P!<«*t when Admi- Mayor W. ll. Weatherford has ap- ral Sexton completes his tear of duly in that capacity next year. 7 Born in Monetta Captain Williams w-g* bom in Mo- . „    , net ta, in 1876 and was appointed to w 'r'!!’ C airnl*n’ the navy academy from this county, r,. W. E. < link,ck,. | ,n    h, rnmmuM cru,„ vt Memphis and then in 1917 the Ch«*t»ir, und was later transferred I to duty as executive^ officer of the Battleship Delaware. In    the World war he wa# awarded the    navy eros* with the citation: “Pee d**l mg wished see vice m the line of hi* profession as executive i officer of the U. S. S. Delaware of the sixth division battleship Heel [operating in the war Bone.” P    _    (’apt. William' wa# engineer of- r arm Home Destroyed fleer -a the Philadelphia    navy yard On Saturday Night m   .'il21    ........ *    ”    commander of the de#t rover force of the Atlantic fleet. He command-J    ,n*'    ^ Reynold*!^ tjj,, LicaYcr in 1922 and in 1923 near Aik* wa# d« -tioyed by fire attended the naval -Aor ctdlegc. ,\f building {p,. serving as cajrtain of the navy >mmanded the Fronted the following committees to serve during hi# administration: Finance—IL K. Holley, chairman, P. IL Glover, W. Oakley. I*,.lice-—I II. K. Hulk Sir* et—V\. E. Clinkacalea, chairman. Dr. Ila-tings Wyman, P. B. [Glover. Fire—A. W, Oakley, chairman, H. :K. Holley, B. F. Hair. j* Health—Dr,    Hastings Wyman, j chairman, W. K, Glinkscales, B. E. [Hair Opera Hon>♦‘—11. K. Hair, chair-man, Dr Ha ting# Wyman, A. W, Oakley. ©. n*i ’    '--asr •* Th- The regular in ntnly meeting of rile W. * . T. U. met with Mrs. John May, Tuesday afternoon with a splendid attendance. The subject of the meeting on Saturday night and th* and contents were a    total lo**. Mr.    vnr,| {n R^fon.    he Keynoki- wa- vinitlng    in \iken and    Huron, flagship    of the Asiatic    fleet,* about I! o’clock he    wiLs notified    and ainc<l 1927    haa bee* aide    for that hi* house wa* on    fire. He wont    navy yard, in the navy d(.partment. The other capiaina recommended f<»r rear admiral are: William C. The origin of the fire is unknown. Watt*, Joseph K. Danzig, (’lark H. blaze Woodward. Claude C. Bloch, Edward C Kalbfu* and John W, Green- idade. .home at unc linum1 in ash* 1" find the large .va- the Crusade program, led    by Mrs. wa* given aid *^u*‘a •'s"’r,’!?'1 Interesting    sketches Home, the County Home and -the jail and chain gangs. The Health Unit with the tuberculosis clinic. Thirteen ’*u‘ ^li'1 Mrs. Jame Herbert T. B. suspects were referred to the Ua>nes ami Mrs. Faille K ( hapin, linic, tweivs were accompanied to wbo VM'" made memorial member* physicians for examinations, eigh-    l*u‘ v'-    1 • ^    were    fe*d    by the teen specimens of sputum were sent prudent,    Mrs. Jarno    E.    Grier, to the State Labratory to be ex-    ^    I' ranklin and Mrs, lillman amindd. Seven X-ray pictures of. er* lungs were made. Six of these    c^,8e Fhe meeting, deli- were paid for out of the Relief clous lefreshmeat* w, re served, fund. Thirty visits were made to T. B. Patients and suspect*, and in- GATHER ’ROUND CHRISTMAS TREE CELEBRATION THIS EVENING Church Choir* of the City to Lead in Chrutma* Carol*—Everyone Invited—5:30 to 6:30. struction was given. Five patients gardens uue The Community Chn-tma- tree will be the scene of a big gathering this evening from * 5:30 to 6 SIO. when a series of carol* will be sung — by the church choil- f th* c tv, in supplied wu.n ,da. wh',rh ail *'f'    ’    vkl    ^    tin Commends Ladies for Christmas Seals J. Tom Tarver Expresses Appreciation at he Donates Hit Bit for Worthy Cause. Mi*," C. A. Quell!., Aiken, S. (’. My lear Mr*. Owen- . find $ LUO L r (’hri-t rnu* S. als to boip caic for the poor unfortunate one* who has. the dreaded disease. It alway * gi\me pleasure to help the unfortunate, and I do nut knew of any .Glo net I- County Budget 1885 Was Only $20,000 In Contrast with $250,000 Appropriated and Spent in 1930. but those '.vin *uv that it • md flu. burned the flr>-t -aw Du have -turted un the the flame- quickly off. TI mill f u rn Isl •i 1 i! ■ ID ynrd It waul are Ii. Bul • hou*e Au* a large one and tried a number of room*. The -ll I fig4 and building represent- * ti* ■ It $15,000, and Mi. >ld* ha* *ulfered a seriour !t>rs. , artluiiy insured, Du* riling earned by J. (’. & I), agency. The approplh the legislature county, totaled in contrast to for lo kl, whir r. I lertiluet, nnd >e**d. I hey weir ad- invited to-Join, vistu to j ,ani garden*, and did so. ..ll Visit* ar.e made- Lu t \ I patients.' Airs, .Mel.-en Morris organized a Social N'i(,(t Community (Vntei neai nei nome arui employs a worK- 47 Were sent to the State, Park Sanatorium. One first-aid demonstration was made to 4-H Club girls. Prenatal case* visited, 13, Confinement case* visited, 15. Infant welfare: Instructions as to care and ft en- u ^ ^tai !"un(^' ing of infants, birth to two year*. ih* tnurcft circ‘lva *nd »«xiltoriea of ail the Aiken churches contnbut- Infant* supplied with baby food ®d 01    clothing,    money, aa‘ordered by physician*, 9.    eU‘» *nd    and    <Uj,mU,d fifl> .Supplied with ('Od Liver Oil, IO    P^'kages.    which were With layettes of Clothing, 16. . Ultima free of charge at the Ai- Infanta accompanied to special-    itt'n nw'1,iUl* lnt- rlt>' d«n«‘vd    niou- j    ey for food and other necessities    for Instruction* to mother- a- to car    ^ med>' nt>' tam rile* during    the of pre-school children, 91.    months of June, July    and August, of lyJO. Annual expenditure* of the Social of teeth, a# to feeding and innocu*    Ikspartment    ti    un    Dec,    I, tot ion*, 1^0.    *    W lo D«c. I, 1930. School-diildren supplied with    ^0<H* books, I; with shoe*. 30; with milk    •''belter in their homes, 89; with cod live    ^"u<^ -ii, 4; accompanied to the Aiken    1 Kithing, Hospital for removal of th*ur ton--de and adenoid#, 8, Books supplied by Mr*. ( ai , I Mrs. Gyles, 24. A.TlTtt* ;tim! child yen enpplied w-H-clothing, 385. Adults and children supplie I with yeast, 14. I .    ' d    >« in emergencies, IOO. Families supplied wit weekly, 15. Families supplied with 29    -..........- School-children supplied with clothing and instructions a- to can- The following program ha h* • • arranged for the occasion: “0, Come AH Ak- Faithful'' -v verses, and    “Joy to    the AA    old.1 Children's    choir:    **\\v    Thre. Kings'’ in    costume.    children 1 ranged in rows. Selections from in Frist choil to arrive,    E pi-rn na I 5:50. Second choir, I':- by Ttiird choir, Catholic Fourth choir, Method Fifth choir, Rapti-t.    6:10. College group, selection-,. Community Sing. Ai! rheir# are a; > rn ’■    .    th- south side of Richland avenue. lh y( Scouts, with flag*, will assist in (Ii-retting traffic. moi i f» I attention than from 1 1 be rcu luau that if all of ti-in good healtM v Camp in Collin -i e the ti. ar nm w ll ..Ut with intr hearing t next TJ taming t .8 5 for Al 15.23. Tho mropi tut ion $250,21 I D will lie r , of th. ii Colored Man Arrested at Still Itr ll 1 wa ti and- dt tilling <0 1 lf ID tiu I in urt ll- uf past V' et k Tut -day a .I near All riday    a k. ..ti    •    -    I ha\ iii with lit! I. rument Hoise cr ion, Cl UMI. -', *1:0" •w n 1 ie pining away, ai i< MS to help hy and i ani nun Father look* th give their tim* - if for ing one*.. I know that when you til n Christmas morning, the re righter to ail of you gj who are doing such noble suffering humanity, and I md la 1 III - ucress, our qu to md u i-h e- at ■! a Y<tun* f. that all may g. rn the sale of ti' ■•ii all a merry happy New A t ar w a se day ’ od tor work w: sh ; lh I a i • Ut t I OII MASONS I Id CT OI f ICI.RS LUU fib . 'hr: iront 1 mr IL Hridgt and I’ Road !. IO I >a .Ai o Hat -t a- des an J. T Tar Print MIO UU IOO.OO I .lim) ii CHILD BURNED TO DEATH Hr BURIED I u ne nil en ice* for AgatJia Free, L". w .‘it, .I . •:    ii tile A Ten hospital Sunday from burn- sn-tamed at her ! it i . rn.1 x    Arui    .-■■uiiic! er at Alt. Beulah Baptist church, neat AV intl Lr, Monday afternoon at three ..'cloes by Rev. Air.    Carter. Interment via- in the ehurch cemetery. Al - Fre<\ ti.tlighter and Mr. and Alt AA iU B. Free, of Bath, wa* ‘.Hiding in front of a hearth fire in their re idenro two weeks ago when her tire** caught fire. She wa. i ii*.'Iv burnet} before the flan < • ut re t xtingui bed In addition to her parent#, deceased    tor    and    two CHRIS I MAS GIFT FOR COUNTY Or A! nday the County Treasurer re* eiv 1 <i checks for a total of $87., '*'! 77. Un road reimbursentent* $8 4,474 it was paid by the Highway department, and ga# tax paul $3,-427 Id, With this payment from the ‘hw    •    i- • men! about: halt -tjj, ' ht $550,MMU bon<i issue to l ave Ai-ke. A ugu ta road has bein pa I. We art? making pr< gress. ' AIKEN'S RESERVE 47.50 •lief of 1' lues, shot1 gr< pair Afetlitine Cilice expense salary of worker Hp Lev,' uf car, g; and "d I; j air and lit ens* Price of car .MisceJlu' .'eau* Total ! foil 1 I LUO 122. *8 75.56 I Mi.37 ,800.00 155.00 5 1.26 536 OO 2QR.I7 OFFICERS MEET HOLIDAY AT BANKS M K Thomas Hitchco distribution thr-• 1‘ Society 50 H. - for I i e ranch I'gular nice IC hoed ( f • rir-*** H: irtri t+riF; LV n tifiice* ;    Caf»t.    Coe *    -    * a* Re if < top he A k. ti r unday, January ! \ Kne, . • fu,‘l* Mrs- Ctg. lf Mead, anoth- rv* ' iff ■ !. gal holiday. the bank* A ikt .. Total $20,315 2 ’> i ei »inter to.-'iti !•-:/. Im pxid f,t lh I- ft-tn • vs-ti I’*- rinsed. J OTT TC F Amin AT. Knights of Pythias r * he 11 - *-n ".ck AA’rn. AI. I a ik f We tern Car ism *1 the By AV. u A1 S. AV. Wool * AV AK!). ■ Iii ■ j !'iii Farrrer* MHF - Bh’:T J (AI 1 ) *1' F ENE: t Elects Officers ” ! WORTHWHILE CHRISTMAS PREsfeNT $4,589. di TP.- . f p Amount received    during year:    ow nu ii own rh-drh Donation* for certain fami-    piam. It i« maktru k« and play    $427.19    ^ it wiij SPn(1 •    (Jtraet# M    writo    supplied    Ke    needy    toiuuruaii Lagioa    Auaritary-    to-54.00    cvn-'uiviai^ a rri families    daiW    161*.    Tiu*    tmdude*    City of Aiken    71.25    current used durin •hat which wa* given br M-» Sarah    —*- R    has    a    I    so    redo Feet Mr*. Ce *gr IL Mead. Mr* f otoal    $849.45    Th*1    dispatch*- W W Coleman*) Dairy, and that    Re    fully    submitted.    the rate* are nor rn •mid for out of the relief fund.    Elitabcth    A.    Wood«w>n,    R N., finally co«t ihe to Five needy famillc* who had no    <    social    Service    Worker,    into (ontideraAton. A an, \ the IMPORTANT TO CAR OWNERS nill r n* < i A vc ti ti* tt!*I *-• to) ■I ii fir Rich bt •rut rill' d A CHUC to I lie ti <ie -ii -tv for lh* the tot* 1 — - lion ol c ii.vrl in lite ex* r< 1 M jnday of *h« following I: I: p C aru ft, vi< AT. r~:: .;v:    of    ■■■    ti-. C, W I I S'. ' • • . master of exchequer I '    M Cart r. keener .f >•    J ad; II A Hill, master    ol n ce; ! f Weatherford. ma*te • Arm F ank Thorpe inner guard .* d ii A 1 lark, outer sru&rd. TURKEY DINNER IDR PRISONERS Sheriff Howard ba* added roast turkey, dressing and gravy to the bill of far* for • - rn sr* at Hr* r amity for • r tmas Dinner. Tho Snsrifl id the prisoners are entitled to something extra for Christmas. bot the Sheriff has to pay the bdl ;