Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - May 14, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina
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VOL. 60 NO. 20
-AIKEN, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1930
$2,00 a Year- 5c a Copy
COURT GRIND TAKES UP MONDAY MORNING
HALF DAY’S ADJOURNMENT
Library Scene Meeting Of Hospital Auxiliary
CONFEDERATE MEN AND WOMEN PAID HIGH TRIBUTE BY NORMAN E. CULLUM
Murder Cam, Formerly a Mistrial, in Progress as Paper Goat to Prose— Groan and Gardner Ar* Charged.
Coart continued it* endless work Monday morning arni five case, were disposed of Monday morning, after which there was an adjournment for the day as no cases were scheduled to come up. |v.
Monday'* Cates Cm** ifieri ami finished Monday were:
Roy Hankinson, prohibition violation, and Theodore Houston, colored, same charge, sis months each.
And Valor Through War Of The Confederacy. —History Of Confederate Flag Given.
It. L Cantar Report* that $3,241.SSI, _
Were Raised for the Hospital by
the Aiken Horse show—improve- j Memorial Day Speaker Reviews Backgound Of
Riant* Discussed. .
-Confederacy And I races Record Of Heroism
The regular meeting of the Woman’s Auxiliary to the Aiken County Hospital was held at the Dibble Me-! mortal Library last Saturday, May [
Mr. R. L. Gunter, chairman of the Aiken County Hospital board was (Sote: Thls ***«& WM overed . heart and soul, inap.red with love of
present and made a talk ih which he by Mr Cullum at the Memorial exer- country and thought* of home,
report*, th. arrival at th* hospital ‘ ^ Frid»» ,n Ih' »»-1 Ma...... SM Co.,.,.
of the plaat*r table. The lint Pattie of Manassa* fully
Th. refreshment booth ta the j The Confederate .SoWter ...» from lr>UJ ^ v,( th,. ,,,U]
Hora. Show had been held by a people whow predomtnant eharac th(. d d,„f llie
t*ri.Ue, were: love of .-pantry, love I Co„f,,ol(ll wh „llh,u^
of home, and love of good government. He came from a people who
the Auxiliary for the purpose of raising funds for this table and the report of its installation was most
Paul Harriett white, wa, .riven a. ^ ^ onf,„iMtion. .Mr.! had. ..nee the- twinning of tho Re
mkd sentence for a pr„h,b,t,„n rte-ti.Ui „ sllm ' public, .liven for mdepvndene. and * #B *M' en ne# a< ■ I r.alia.<l by the horse show for the Err hone.t admin,..ration pf govern
hospital, The question of a cam, meat, Hits ancestor* were ii people
paign to raise funds for extensive who had always occupied the mort
improvements to the hospital was un- conspicuous places in the history of der discussion, this country.
Mr. Gunter told of the imperative Washington, the most illustrious need, for some improvement and en- of Southern men, was the military
i large me n t* to the present building, spirit and genius behind the Envoi u-
aix months, with four suspended on good behaviour.
Will Brown, colored, sealed sentence. violation prohibition law.
Jeff Boyd, white, prohibition vio- i lation, sealed sentence.
John Walker, white, simple assault and battery. Thirty day* or $50.
Last Wash's Work Wednesday the following pleas were heard; persons white unless otherwise stated:
Forrest Lowe, prohibition violation, ten months, four suspended during good behavior, \
Rosa Johnson, coldred, man
slaughter, three years.
greatly handicapped in number and equipment, a.saaulted and vanquished the splendidly armed and equipped soldier* of the opposing army. Her**, too, was demonrtiati-d the gen mn of the Confederate in strategic planning and in tho practical accomplishment and execution of well laid plans. In this battle under the leadership of Beauregard, Lee, Hamilton, Stuart and others, there was dis-played by our soldiers a scene of
Th, qu«.tion WM. - to th. .dviw lion. th. Un* pre.id.nt of th. United dnhiB( dllUnto,, vlUt,nl h„oim,. bility of ..pending » minor .on, for SUU-a, nod th. m.n whose nam. v,|ilr <mJ ^ ^ ><hnir>
tion and pride of thi- entire country today. It was during this battle, in posting his men for a further charge, Beauregard spoke to his soldiers reminding them that they fought for
a more extensive program of remodel- our country. The waiter of the ing the building in accordance with Declaration of Independence was a the plans drawn by Scroggs & Ewing, .Southern tnen«and even the Conrti-of Augusta, at the instigation of the tution of the United States was a Auxiliary during the past year. It product of a Southern man s brain, was requested that a meeting be If I should mention the battle fields
home and for country’- These sentiments were loudly cheered by the
_ ‘ , . called of the present board of trus- of King's Mountain and of Cowpens ,, _ ,
B. R. Rawls, prohibition violation, . . soldiers and Beauregard said he then
; Aaa t Ha* rot i rmi I ut u ril ann f hp VV ti. hot nnt i.nti V mi nit u *»v a tharo nuaUiiv
twelve months, six suspended.
Lonnie Johnson, prohibition, six months or $250.
Wallace Gilchrist, colored* prohibition, six months, two suspended during good behavior..
Cases Tried Last Week
John Craig. prohibition, not guilty.
Frank Greene, prohibition, guilty, sealed sentence.
Ora W atson, colored, posse*;' >n of liquor, six months; Glatis Low man, colored, prohibition violation, six months or $250; Bettis Howard, prohibition, colored, sealed sentence.
Dolly Chavouw, murder, not guilty
C. B. Harden and J. D. Rushee, prohibition violation, guilty, six months.
Paul Hamlets guilty prohibition violation, sealed ?cntence.
Vernon Morris, transporting, guilty, sealed sentence. Arthur Carpen, not guilty prohibition violation.
A mistrial resulted in the ca-e of the state against Curtis Corley, white, charged with assault and battery with intent to kill, when he cut his father-in-law T. J. Ihinkley, of Warrenville.
Trial of Lee Greene and R. W. /Gardner began yesterday afternoon after some difficulty in choosing a jury. They are charged with shooting a negro. This case was tried some time ago and resulted in a mistrial.
, tees, the retired board and the Wa- before your mind’# eye there passes
man's Auxiliary, the three organize- in review the gallant and heroic action^ interested in the hospitals wel- tions and deeds of our .Southern
! fare in order that they might con- patriots. The names of Marion, Sum-
itder and decide what should be the. ter. Jefferson, Pinckney, Hayne and
objective for the coming year.
AIKEN GETS SHARE UNDER 6-0-1 LAW
others without mentioning our eminent statesmen, jurists and educators all serve to make us feel that i the world is indebted, to a very large .extent at least, to our own South, for the Republic that exists today. This cautio* us to realize that the history of this country was, in a large This County measure, made and determined bj
$46,299 Received by
Under th* Law Guaranteeing Six Southern men.
Month* of School for Every South South Enlightened
Carolina Pupil. ♦ bt* beginning of the War
I Southern country hail attained Apportionment of the .s*cnnd pay hi^h an(J enlightened state of civil, merit to schools under the 0-0-1 law, Mllon# Th,. nu.n <,f the South were approximating $1,800,000, wa- an t„king a prominent and important nouheed Saturday by J. ll. Hope, pm t in shaping the destiny and future
of this nation. In Congress, th.-re
felt reassured of that unconquerable spirit of his army that would enable them to wrench victory from the host then threatening them with destruction. Here, too, we b arn some thing of the manner of men our leaders were and of the patriotic spirit with which they were imbued. Beauregard, in his report of the battle say's, "Oh my country, I would gladly have sacrificed my life and thgse of all the brave m**n around me to save your honor and to maintain your independence from the degrading yoke which the ruthless invader* had come to impose and ur render perpetual." a
Monetta Will Obtain Blooded Jersey Sire
McCaee Sew ver’s Jersey Firm Bays Bull (rsm Pennsylvania Breeders-*--M nth Favorable Comment Caused by Pvrcbase.
Another valuable addition to the breeding herds of Jerseys in th# Monetta taction, a wonderful young herd sir*,, kip been shipped from Many Springs Farm, of New Center Ville, Penna,, to McCune Sawyer’* Jersey farm al .Monetta. It is known
Commission Decides To Pave Hayne Avenue
Refund of $7,000 from the ital* Highway Department Will ba Ea-peadod on it.—Type of Paving Uadncidnd.
COUNCIL PURCHASES STREET MACHINERY
WELBORN REFUSED OPTION
City Asked to Join With Augusta in Advertising Aiken-Augusta Resort Region and Baring Mar# Tourists.
I bt Special ' .ii; in. - n having in charge the expenditure of funds for
p.v,w and a*..™ *tl<M *«] Refu.., to .tv^TrT option ..th. rn..!,., h.ld on Saturday to p.,. Alk„„ f„r ,
*v, !l 11 *' . to J U, Wi-tb-.r. Rn', th, purchaae
The commission received $31,606 1 a . ._____.,, „ , .
, , of a tractor and grader occupied tho
Highway depart-j^y at their monthly meet-
refund from the
over the entire state that Mr. Sawyer mi>nl 0,1 P*vm* !ju? eMtenn j|njf night. An offer from an
is developing a highly commendable *’nr^ *V4>nUlb Aftef paying Augusta comroittee for the city of
herd Of jerseys. |* t"' V*""* UttMB* street, | A^,n t(, ju|n an adv>rtl-ng ism-
The purchase of this excellent jH ^ala,ir* $14,060 remained. Of was taken under advisement,
bull caused much favorable com- thi* ?um &h^ut $7,000 has been ap- Aaf
ment by Jersey fan- ion in this sec- propriated to extend the sanitary chairman of the Au-
tion. It • is stated, the breeding of *r1'^ surfaced drain* of the city. The chamber of commerce, appear-
the recently acquired bull meets all j rt‘mainder, $7,006, will be used to with repreeentativ** from Part-requijements of the most discrimi- HKvne avenue. The unpaved Lldjte
Inn, Forrest Hilb-Ricker, and
Hating Jersey* enthusiast. Tho bull! action of thi* street is approximate-is named Safe’s Dreamer, Dreaming three fourths of a mile. The city Sultan, his sire, bas » rich inheri- - limits end just beyond the rciidcnci'
lance for both dairy conformation and pf dUable yields of milk. That he is transmitting these qualities i* plainly evident from the number of
hi* tested daughters, the size of their records, and the prize winning of bigot.
He is one of the best and most
of Mrs. <\ B. Sautter, but it I* un-der Mood that the county will finish thi-; paving to the Augusta road.
The type of paving has not been decided upon .but several contractors have been over the work, an I
Bon-A ir hotels and explained that citizens of his city were planning a $56,000 advertising rampaigri for the Augusta resort feature* and invited Nikon to parti* quite. Their plan wa* to advertise the entire Atken-Augus-ta region.
All of the representatives emphasized that the resort business this past
season wa* not up to par, that an ef-fue preparing estimate*. I he work fective advertising eampaign was nec-wfli be advertised and should be let canary to bring people along Federal favorably known of all the great I *n t,m<’ to ***v® paving started by Route I instead of allowing them to sires, has made a significant contri- “"idle of June, and it should be j nae the Coastal highway in their trip
bution to the breed, and although 'flni,|hed in ®hout thirty d®>»* ! *outh.
It is proposed to pave only a; Council decided that the matter
roadway of about 26 feet, and the I would have to b* taken under advise
remainder will be graveled. This ment with certain interested parties will meet the objection of those who of Aiken and promised to report to
still a young hull, has made a distinct place for himself in Jersey annals,
Imp. .Sybil’s Safe, the dam of Safe’s Dreamer, is a Gobi Medal daughter of the Progeny Prize winning Register of Merit sire, Imp Sybil’s Gamboge 4th.
are opposed to hard surfaee roads.
«tate superintendent of education. The money became ai atlable Tuesday.
Greenville, with $159,603 and Spartanburg with $137,542, lead the list of countie* in the apportionment, based on enrollment, average attendance and number of teachers.
The payments are on the second three months period of the school
were no alder leaders and thinkers than those from the South; men who were (jib d with the spirit >f independence and who stood for constitutional government. Thu- we find that at the beginning of the war the people of the South were fully possessed with the spirit of independence
Origin of Balli. Flag
In connection with tin tie we also have an ii ' count of the origin of ' ate ba'tie flag. Ibis i the Wok edited by La Br The ' onfiderate batt prat t i- ally originated to field of the fir-d Maria aft et n ton of ? he 2 I st el'
tame oat ‘sting aeron fed token from
the battle is on the aly. 1861.
hour the rued treni-
DR. BODIE AT CONVENTION
Dr. William G. Bodle, of the county health service, returned Wednesday from Florence where he at-tende i a two-day convention of the South Carolina Me iical ar ociation which held Its annual meeting there, He report.-- a very successful meeting, with Dr. Kenneth Lynch, of Charleston, bedog chosen pre.-.idem , of the association for the coming J
y 4*a4 ■
U. D. C MEETING
WET’OF BEAUFORT WILL OPPOSE HARE
CLAUDE M. AMAN ENTERS THE CONGRESSIONAL RACE IN THE
at th. Morn
by Beauregard: At that
fate of the Confederacy -• ■> bhng in the balance. !,.< King aoros-the Warrenton -• urn ke, be'ween the elevations which Acre occupied
\ ken’* I
if Mrs. Walter Pl .tirneon for a h \fter the reading
papers tin member1* decide.
■ present bulb the Dibble and In • »it ne libraries with copies of th* Aik of the late James Edwin Kerr
year, which the state guarantees to amj| sovereignty of the individual be at least six months. The hrs! j state*. Their ideals of citizenship i three month period brought the eoun- W(, re the finest and beaC-they loved th<* C',,nf<"it‘r*tes and the position* ties approximately $150,600 less than,^ejr country, they loved their home ^ond whl<rh Wt‘r<? hy th<‘
the total being paid this week. _<hey were patriotic citizens of this H h° aW a boii* of
| The second pa.vment of the 6-0-1 }>roat] ]an<j
funds will go to the counties a* fob! Then that representative of the
representat ive South, the Confederate soldier, $46,299 voluntarily ami willingly left 7.092 hn home of happiness and
Aiken Delegation Will Go To Legion Gathering
FIFTEEN KILLED ON STATE ROADS
According to reporta received by the state highway department,' 164 accidents occurred on the state highway system during April, Fifteen persons were killed, 40 w«re seriously injured and 80 were slightly -injured.
There were 58 collisions between motor vehicles, ll with other vehicles one between motor vehicle and bicycle, 21 with fixed object*, one with other objects, two with animals, two with trains and seven pedestrians ; *° *$tend the -t % .-n county American Ized that they Were worrying were struck by moving motor vehicles.
There were 68 non-collision accidents.
Twenty-nine motor vehicles were overturned, 23 were driven off roads and two were driven off bridge*!.
Fixe rn. * tor vehicle* were destroyed by fire after overturning, 59 were ae vend y damaged and 132 slightly damaged from other causes. Seven other vehicle* were damaged. Two
mules, six . a: . *
Nine accidents occurred a' or near bridges, I J at public roa and th-ee a’ railway grad.
soldier*, moving towards his left and towards the enemy’* right. He could not t^ll whether they were Federal soldiers or his own re-inforeements which he was expecting. He was un-
opposition to Representative Hare, an i said among othei that hp would adv.s'iite the repeal or modification of 'he eighteenth amend met t.
Mi Nm an in a character! tic re mark declared that ten year- of prohibition and its present enfuro ment should convince the puHIic that th. advocate* of prohibition could no lony.-r hope to "drug the conscience of the nation" with the "dup. sooth ing syrup of fake prohibition" and that conditions as a n -ult of prohibition and its enforcement during the last five years are “putrid beyond precedent.”
_______ Corruption Charged
Dr. John Douglas, County Dental He -qx.ke of the corruption among Clinician. Will Conduct Free Clinic the high ofiina’i* of the .state and IMI
the Augusta week’s time.
Mr. Welbom petitioned council to renew his option on ‘he Aiken theatre for another year at the expiration of the present option June I, He said that he had raised a portion of the sum necessary to remodel and modernize the present theater and SECOND DISTRICT CHARGING \ lb a: he hoped to get the additional
money within a year or less time.
Council decided that it could not renew the option for a -et time but agreed that Mr. NVelborn's option would run indefinitely, and that if th.- «-:T«•» ..f another party were accepted f »i taking over the theatei Mr U n<d ive.
CORRUPTION AS PROHIBITION.
Saturday (’laude M. Amati, of Beaufort announced that he would become’.T^ iimftdaT. tm' v'.mgi e- • from the econd congressional dint riel iii
■ll*.M n would be given t< n days
FREE EXAMINATION BY HEALTH DEPT.
THOSE OF PRE-SCHOOL AGE
for th elmier v.
In ext rcpted the tihj ery company. ('ley Tim- tim
se of a tin. tor Min grader
-e of the city bro ag At offers salesmen, who in combi nail.in
’o pieces >f ma-
fm the use of the ei from four different bid eparateh and
at North Augusta This Summer.
! 8,551 j fort; left oil—to ras e death upon the ®N“ to dw ip^r the C(,lon ^'aUM>
An Aik. n delegation
or expectation of reward ave the consciousness of a duty performed in the protection of thole principles for which the South stood and to to which he was devoted. This is the more wonderful when we reflect upon the rc-ulting situation at their homes, where all work had to stop and where, in many instances, farms and plantations were ruined: st -ck and utensils destroyed. Riffled upon th*- unquish the soldier was culled to endure in the realization that hi loved mies were suffering. This was planning made the more acute bemuse he real*
thor# was no breeze and on account of the dust and the fact that the culms had dripped?
Being unable, to ascertain whether they were Federal soldiers or Confederates, the uniforms and colors of both being - * i similar, he called an aide and asked hun to ce if he could tell Gut he too aas unable to do so. The hour Wa- one of irreal ar.gui'h to lie general lo- aune he felt that Upon that body of troops w*. lid depend. the i ne of t o la . Finally. in the hope that the re-inforcenient* 'ic e --I- *, i w i.iii,I ii .Vi-, i t- -.rd<*re.i
The Aiken Countv IL aith deport
tion and said that the youth of the nation was demoribzed and being
corrupted, and the foundation of ho
session . nuncil ne -!’ the (* bin* Machin-f Columhia for a r for $ 1957. and an Adams R .ad machine for $855.
Curb Market G. II. BalJentine, representing the chamber of commerce, asked council to help the chamber in establishing a curt? market for this city and ooint-
ment, assisted and the Parent Teacher A-
bN Dr A. A. Walden c»vty Was being -wept aside as a re
of North Vue ii school clinic at th* * Friday for th*- poi 'child!en who will \ ear.
i Twi-o t even
os -at I >n,
>u-e last lamming ool next
-ult of “make btdieve prohibition" and its * nforcement. Ile declared that ten J ears of the present low and he admission that it cannot be enfurc
Continued on Page 8
CULLUM EULOGIZES CONFEDERATE VETS
EXERCISES AT INSTITUTE
oik e liars
bootlegger to divide it
brough out Cr
id th* (iroup of Vrlrnni Attend Program ID' of | and Are Tendered Luncheon Given
"‘‘i by United Daughters of Confed-
noire • ani
- of ti pen
• I *r-
Legion rally in Edgefield Friday and count of him but yet those bn
will include the following men; men were too loyal and too u
J. G. \lb«s, IL R. and J, VV. Ash to have hon remain away fr*
burst. G, IL Ballentine, C. W. Busch, battlefield of honor.
i fish the
Henry Holley, Horace-Hadley. W. O. Hi
Jones, J. E, Me El rath, Genii > “57 in- "r a-day, C. L. Skelton, VV, M. Smoak, duce.I
*r> LR ,
*es not I • call at an
at that ii
up, the c out. It wa star- arri 2 Uh Vug the I 3th M By this
the enemy tie freeze furl. - I ai I *ntolerate fl; warn Early w 7th I.
Children Found Dele. Live
Frank R. Trowbridge, and F.. ,H. Wyman.
A. Ii. Ward dure
Extra Jurors Drawn
At Monday’s Session
ii. .ii i wean*
ii .-I id and hi cavil ■ ■ f ha
the i re me I ariy’-'.«■ * nen lour • • -
the v i; h t h e ma and
n * a i!
I ves rn 11 ; val
Day of Bootlegtfrr*
if that g» a McGerii v
VV.' Jay' 1
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AIKEN DENTISTS WILL-GO
TO ASSOCIATION MEETING
Dr E Ii. Wyman, of ( ken and president of the South Carolina Den tai association, will wield the gavel when thai body holds its three-das meet mr rn ♦ 'Itrmhia Monde) To.** .lay and W « dne-day.
Dr H J. Ray. of Aiken, is chair man of th# dental science, invention and literature cern mute* af db# *fat*> group • hi lr Dr F M Norman, a1** of Aiken, is a .» « o*L«*r of thr public od seat >< n eomaiiitt##
drawn M nda; CORS - f gene ! C. Chapn Aiken; ’* 6 VV I Vt otlw Woodwu- d, Hughe**, (.ran I.fanitev ll ,
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HEALTH EXAMINATION FOR
T*d n. -f H,
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‘heir rn* «-* ar Ly br a rvt ai ■y Ty4#r. at A* ?** Wagener D “ \A.-n, A J
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