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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - December 31, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                to tf QMNMifeiO OTr on evening of fcave TfiUi 3 kltor or of public twit CSTAS delegation the court eating program bu been ierday waa nmke banquet Will take place in the wembew 60 per dining hall of Uncommercial expenditure pooubte to the taxjomd but not to teko a Hotel on Mcond bwckward by injurinf the efficiency vening of January 8th wtation K D Swftk of inatitutiona county oclock f ollcnrinc ii reprwieata and dit i abafl pww with oT the latirt owaarj membership and to all sneh cuasion at time feneral the and women of Aiken many subjects presented 50 each Chamber conducive tr Tta mart aa a ft duty o city to OMS lor tlM City of Mcrobers ire requested to tickets for their wives the same price nansn naio iwr5 repair out they mar of tie adjacent aod portion ol on The facto fee queitioM pmwnteii Mt out fa the in of record are further referred to in the of his Honor Circuit William H GrimbaM which and state ment will be From the on cwedit refut ing to vacate the order of tempor ary mtrt appealed to thU Court We do not regard it neceamty to aet out the in full Whai thall doee or change any or trayeled witiin the may deem conducive to the public coa and when a Mwet or way is cloned or changed the city ooupicilinay frcoJinM public ale as they deem In making alteration in the of the itreet no wljatcvpr upon the lands if the plaintiff Plunkett or any RILEYPROPOSI NEWWSTR1CTS CHANGE IN CONGRESSIONAL SETUP TO BE SUGGESTED BY BAMBERC SENATOR entirely main i Senator W of Bambcrtr then ft thin DMN the been Kivinic rwcntly a jrood deal ia our dtapoem the change in xf a porOori of thciof thoujrht to the Master of rear by j street from a park to driveway of dus othcr adjacent land is con tomplated It is not proposed to the the fro sustain the de vii i n v wnj M cb ui w nf and additional jrround urged by constitute oorttcm plated by tho charter where it to secirro the consent of adjacent property owners We think To suntain the hold of the Circuit Judge would be to para the of the city The jnain and decinire holdinprs at Vwere declared in Now Bowerer havlnr Hre tha ouUine of hizhwajs JThcy could no what aad park City Council underever In any without the con to make the chance hereini sont of cvfry adjacent land owner before set forth over objection thereon The present status of every of an adjacent land owner This in jstreet would have ta be perpetually my opinion the city charter forbids preserved unless the consent of cverj 1 4 Innd owner could ob thc stained Onucuch land owner could of the sUtc which will be becaueo the state lost one congressman following the 1930 LAWYHSiNtEAD IN LEdSUTURE SIXTYONE IN MEMBERSHIP NEXT GENERAL ASSEMBLY FARMERS COME NEXT These trckets will be available at cither of the followingplaces Commerce Office Pharmacy Company Holleys Serve U sTherc will be only one speaker for banquet but a most iiitorestinu program aside from spvcchos has That our dekgation is hereby re quested to use their bent efforts for the reduction of taree and to make subytantiaj reduction in public ex penditure and slow up bond 2nd Resolved That the delega tion and work for the exten sion of in to pay 130 The resolutions wpre taken up sepuratdy and discussed by E P beon Dr John McSwccn Hcndcrstn of Batli anTTrank ilrAdent of Cffl In point of lawyers wif of South Carolina Clinton will be the speaker of the eveninjr Even member of the Chamber of Commerce and business men and are not affiliated with at favored the first resolution and it was carried by a rising vote of 12 to 14 There must 100 pro sent Hit the majority did not care to vote at the subject of taxes t itv 4H VT i 11HILCH WlVll the organization arc urccd to tret Krc WIUS opposition to their tickets at once Thc ticket K on the jjround til noon of thtlt of in which to taxes only inude the county whkh sale will remain open nntil Wednesday January 7th it beinjr Aifcnt to tW faw price of farm prodmee and for a mlrfctronof tax Inintm and nianu factor that enjr be in the lead in the of necessary to close the ticket sale nt the Rcneral assembly of South Lhnt lime so thai suitable arrangeitj that it was iw to tnents may be made to core fur tnxi 1st as any other rolina of 1H31 thtre btine 11 of that profession in in the houw and 21 in tho senate those COO8US in both ing induxtdea each rf should be asked to redocr powible but added must trtut the judgment WlJbi to reduce the turcs and tfcemTo the condition of the peopfe who art payinK the bills when they arejnak Mrs R H rappwtntint the president of the Student CluT asked for the continued of the County Health Unit Dental Clinic and an appropriation of 000 for the Social Worker of tht County Hospital ReliefSociety Dr P J McLean spoke of con structive economy and Mid that It would be a disaitcr to cut the Health Unit which was doittR work the people of the county MTR J B Salley advocated a limp was parsed by n f for tho county which would Or W A Whitlork of KilchinKS thousands of of land not Senator RUey will next eencrai offer n the tho following Uw bookn and of and 13 in the Retail merchants como next hems nine of for WHAT OF THE NEW YEAR them to do insist that oriirtnal dedication of the street jvoto any improvement or District No known ftidhland Avenue wxa of alteration If the consent of an added to Uip present awidtij of nc hundred and ilfty I jaccnt land owner is m wcewwy i irives population of the proposed chsnuo is not such prwequinite to rhe foiling n trw j District No popula a change M requires the consent of or Uie romoval of a shrub such cortion no change adjacent land owners under the sent would be equally to Iitrift X Richlnnd I cannot ww with this jthe planting of a tree or shrub Wi which added to the position TJic of avonuciLikewise that consent would beiarca a population of of highway and park have boon before the city council j District No nivjiy Wtl fixed defined determined settled iccmW pavc R street or sidewalk con liamslinre ind Georgetown with a and crystallized by the City Council struct n drain or curbing install a population of It would be a change just u jrrcat or water main ROS pipes j add Sumtvr and with n to subtract from the paA forthe or dectric poles and or toibincd population nf whirh rain of the ac it would j permit tcleirrnph telephone electric j will pive No f n population of to subtract from the highways jHjrht or trolley companies to con4ir the of the park Neither jstruct its or tracks in tho i Senator Riley thnt from a can be made under tho terms j streets Imieed it would be imprisi Keotrrapiical standpoint this wil of the charter without the consent Uible to make any chantre from the eive the rtsto an equitable disTrlbu of the adjacent Ipresent exact status of a street or in the nation With these holdings for obvious without first obtaining the consent a reasons we resrrct we cannot every adjacent owner By reference to obtained sllch and prantcd by the General Assembly imade the lesirod chanec vta the pertinent portion of whicn isjttw would ic reached whith covild NVXi Sundnv mornine at sct out in the Circuit decree as well lnot in turn be without the tist church IV Mel can wl as to section 4B50 of Vol 3 of the of all tho adjacent land1 theqtictinn Whatof Ncv Code rt will be olmrvcd that The I owners We do not think the City Year Sunday at a ni Mayor and AJdcrmen shali have full Aiken intended to obtain or thr j T Shuier Supt Senior B V F and exclusive control over all streets iLcpjslatore intended to srrant such U at r m Papular evninc roads and ways in the said city and charter Thc charter did not eon nt 7 0 vounc it shall be their doty to keep them cpcn in pood The street in question was Dedicated as a street and not a park The priiby the charter where the consent i w1k of IMO There mary purpose of the street was M J0f tTie aijacent land owntsrs WPiccrnc for cvgry onc n provide a roadway for public travel j obtained WM one in tho street crvicc when for that purpose as cbanjrinK its width or j the city council has no power in j location Aftor making such aj the absence of authority chancre or ci the street alto to devote it to any purpose which Aether of tho would interfere with this public use nr porition no longer need Spencer v Mahon 75 S C 232 55 d for ft be by the S E 321 Hcasloop v City Council city council TV chart of Charleston 123 S C 272 115 clearly shows c S E 596 change was Since the street in juestion as street or a w6ll mrothcr of the City of npeded for Aiken was laid off onp condition which would and fifty feet in wifith ii iri of a chance froi i i but reasonable to lie uc to another Tno ritv council Citv of Aiken o tji that a street n b chnnKed as horrin the consent of t a1 Inni i n ronds atl A iv tT oi fnr or i District JSo j biinK 47 in tho in and WHIinnwIjufV which added to the pmsint arcn i Cives n population of I District No OnuiEvbunr in thp house and thr and Calhoun which added to the present irivcs a population of The Committee in charge of the are aH told 124 members of I Banqurt and awistinr the Kecre jthe house and 46 of tho senate j tary thXThambrr of Commerce Mill the nbolinhinic of 01 jis of tiie follmvinRt Albert a suspension of j Icoplo in the county who were S Willrox Chairman Lex Davis SrWMl Ihii He said Mo for taxes but COTlnly hal comj Mrs Ltvinftnton protested IpUUd buildinc could ajTBlnst the cutliuK of teacHm na Duncan ft tllr n your tickets now Do nt f wait Tlits will help th Committee i a in planning fur this vint t scxt lo aJWrn farmirrs come so as numbers nn concerned tbcre B Henderson Dr Qunlllebaum nmi Mrs Walter in the Practically all burin and pr fessions in South Carolina nro r prejcnted in the ifcnoral nsMmbl menihersbip for In the house there two tcn cr two trxlilo mpluvcs unr t rcnliv rn aiyir real dealer one mir one wholes t rtnn himbrr ilenlor irnlrr foir stufler one life acrnt three general acents one fire insu nun three one ohiniprarior one ho one mne barber i banker auto doabr one door advertising man ne phys o a from one public will sinp Message a portion of Uie street to i nintr the New Year with Iti the senate there two niw paper r a like number beintr in thr hoTirr one one oni data ii Mcun a 1 Vrrpaui bv J Gilibcs of the There i but one ncnern KHif if Jas memlKT of the senate is compiled rXiiusively in inp per cmi Thc h of men another The rharige contemplated nosday night at the last Mid by the charter where the consent i vvk SALVATION ARMY COTTON GINNING REPORT ymplated thc not a There wore bales of cotton Cinncil in Aiken County j round as half from the irrp of prior to n j with btios Kin no i Dec 13 i RETURNS THANKS The people wore very liberal irivinr year werj able t supply families with rhristmn I baskets ami SOtl children with toy have thank nrJfs nmf hnprtl tftarji wny to re al muliK Iduro tnxiw would be found without ik of n tneti i hothcrinjf the teaehorc an j Mr C J Hill helifvea f to the nnd thnt the whole matter could br left fur briderr nn of ii amount would be ttite n r of laJor mn of for r ilrendy ir itTi he Pfit that until now he Air only r hirod from nicnn a He aln iuoc ml tin hnndn of our f u Well was composed of pooil farm a ri iind a lawyer and thrv do the hrst for the i MaiHtrntcII H Giirvin nf npok of tho in aiiiries hf nixi stnu d that he as maeistrnto That for per month and not to cut thf alary to jimnunt Hin rc in a hunTnrnus That 8 H over tho meetinir nftcr i i rnlltvl nnlcr by Senator Anderson Tyler in Serious Condition AIKEN RECEIVING FINE PUBLICITY In ivid very ricari Ar Town f Mr iev j in tip hetiu of Mr Kenneth A number of jTrnird rinii the rcsi and ios o the Cham arc on Secretary IN HONOR OF MISS PROTHRO AIKEN HOMES FEATURED IN SPUR In of These worthy us and now wo Wo approcinte ration Capt JUDGE AND MRS RICE ATTEND FUNERAL OF NEPHEW I o A int r w i en J i in f r Mr HIGHLAND PARK HOTEL OPEN1 Miss Rosa Prothro Iudon Hrodie eitertaimd thirty of youtKrer set at 1 lielirhtfii oi faehtoncd party at tho cuopts were asked t conic in I fashioned tho a number wore played an i IVcorations in red v ETOOn were earned out in all refre town then did not need this entire space for public iravo4 For tho cor vririonff and use of adjacent land is wU ns to ample wnys for travel to th T rnl public a roadway or driveway laid off either side of ttrret nvpnup n ouestwn as WTXI dftne on other nf the town nvdwi for trawl the niyi more apnrn Mr T I1 r M i CIVIC LEAGUE MEETINC Mr n Tive over a U vho kin Ti CHURCH FORTYTHREK CHRISTMAS RR5OES v ff   

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