Jurors Announced For Kershaw Court

(Special to The Record) CAMDEN, S. C., Nov. 23. – Jurors for the first week of general sessions court for Kershaw County, which convening december 12, with Judge Hayne F. Rice, Aiken, presiding, are C. C. Gardner, Bethune; T. B. Fletcher, Kershaw; J. H. Barfield, Kershaw; A. J. Lollis, Camden; John Ray, Jr., of Lugoff; F. E. Watts, Camden; O. T. Gardner, Cassatt; J. Walter … Continue reading Jurors Announced For Kershaw Court

Holds Speed Limit Not Unreasonable

Blaney School Head Says Children Here Endangered by Motor Traffic. To the Editor of The State: I have read the news notices, editorials and letters from correspondents concerning the Blaney speed trap. I do not know whether any unjust arrests for speeding have been made or not, and I am not writing to justify a speed trap but to inform the public about the speed … Continue reading Holds Speed Limit Not Unreasonable

Defends Blaney Speed Ordinance

Traveling Man Says Safety of Children Requires Control Over Traffic. To the Editor of The State: I notice with interest in the State a letter from Mr. R. W. Crosland of this city relative to Blaney enforcing the speed law which they have seen fit to enter on their statues, and while the write does not know anything about the particular incident of which Mr. … Continue reading Defends Blaney Speed Ordinance

Camden’s War On Blaney’s “Trap” Draws Approval

(Special to the Record) CAMDEN, S. C., Nov. 23. – The Young Men’s Business league of Camden seems to have won the endorsement of many travelers along Federal Highway No. 1, according to a report issued by the junior: commercial body, for its proposal to erect warning signs of the speed-trap being maintained by authorities in the town of Blaney. The Sunday Record carried a … Continue reading Camden’s War On Blaney’s “Trap” Draws Approval

Columbia Knows Blaney Speed Trap

Says Rerouting of Highway Has Done Away With Pretext for Arrest. To the Editor of The State: It seems from a communication to The State from Camden that the executive committee of the Young Men’s Business league of that city has decided to place signs on the Jefferson Davis high between Camden and Blaney warning motorists of the speed trap. This is timely and highly … Continue reading Columbia Knows Blaney Speed Trap

Columbian Complaints of Blaney Speed Trap

To the Editor of The Record: It seems from a press report in The Record from Camden that the executive committee of the Young Men’s Business league of that city has decided to place signs on the Jefferson Davis high between Camden and Blaney warning motorists of the speed trap. This is timely and highly to be commended. Our own chambers of commerce and auto … Continue reading Columbian Complaints of Blaney Speed Trap

Camden Advertises Blaney Speed Trap

Young Men’s Business League to place Signs Warning Travelers. Special to the State. Camden, Nov. 19. – At a special meeting of the executive committee of the young men’s business league of Camden, called for the purpose, it was decided, subject to the indorsement of the whole body at its next regular meeting, to place signs on the Jefferson Davis highway between Camden and Columbia, … Continue reading Camden Advertises Blaney Speed Trap