Aiken Journal And Review, January 1, 1930

Aiken Journal And Review

January 01, 1930

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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - January 1, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina Nearly every family in Aiken Cminty read* the Journal and Review.No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review's Crrculatie# In Aiken County -WM*. VOL. 60 —NO. I “5T AIKEN, S. Cm WEDNESDAY, JANUARY I* 1930 $2.00 « Year—Sc a Copy NEW EFRON (ARACE OPENED TO PUBLIC STORAGE AND SERVICING Stricter Enforcement I AIKEN BUILDING PERMITS FOR 1929 Of Milk Ordinance I Health Department Producer* ansi Closely. to Ch«k Milk! Venders More J SHOW CITY MAKING RAPID STRIDES Burley Brooks Returned Ed. Martin Arrested To Aiken County j For Langley Robbery Investment of $25,000 Represented in New Fireproof Structure Just Completed on Laurens Street. ‘Wcordihff to . Dr.    William (J. Hodle, Health Officer,    certain milk _ !    producers    and    vender*    have been ___....    l l i getting rather careless in the obser- The new I. Efron sarape, which * lI* .    .    Vance of certain provisions of the has been under construction fan ,    ,    ...    ..    - .    -    .    ■    , standard milk ordinance, operative some time, has been finished and the;    n    J? ,,    , ,,    .    ,    ,    ,    in the city of Aiken. Particularly motoring public is invited to visiti * Construction Within City Limits Alone Total $864,378 With Much Work Done Outside City Limits. part of this building, which offers Storage, gas cid oil service, washing and complete servicing to all motorist«, the storage facilities accomodating -evonly live cars. Twenty four hour service will he offered and Monroe Woodward wit' be in charge, day and night. The building touching directly on Laurens met contains Mr, Kfron's office and two of the ten telephones which connect all parts of the ga rag**, Mr Kfron’s home, his taxi service, and hi- dnve-ur -elf office, i . . . m.    .    ,.    plainly    indicate llack of .the office are the tastefully] furnished living quarter-manager, connecting with a shown bath for has use and the convenience of chauffeurs. Still farther in the rear are located a lounging room for chauffeur and employees, another shower roo for employees, and a storage room. A large, pressure water tank is installed here and will furnish hot, water for the washing of ears and supplying th* various spigots throughout the building. Adjacent to these rooms is an outdoor washing rack to be used bt favorable weather. In the extreme rear is the garage proper, a huge fireproof structure 55 by IOO feet in dimension*. Its length and breadth allow for ea*y and safe movement of cars and avoids over crowding. The three doors of tips building are of the modem overhead, roll type, so bal* aneed that opening ta very easy. Hight water spigots and ten com-pressed outlets are. so arrange! around ’he building as to mak* tother air or water any point sn Aiken is the fastest growing city about Aiken during the pa-? in this State, last year over a million The city has upended about $ in new con- OOO on paving and sewerage. milk venders such na restaurants, (struction. Within the city limits po*-j Aiken* net* huddtru soda fountains and grocer* failing jgibly a million dollars was spent, burt greater in vain* t an in their the building permits . ,    *!*! ! ',vm ' J    have    the violations been in regard to I dollar* being expended ii an inspect i is nim cm, nj1    !mjj^ venders such aa restaurants. Istruetion. Within the city structure, Every up-to-date device and convenience has been made i to display conspic«ou»ly place* of business, " placards advertising the grade of milk handled. Dr. Bodle states that the obscr-I Vance of this phase of the ordinance is one of the most important provision* of the entire code; since otherwise, the public does not know what grade of milk is handled or offered for sale The people of Aiken al most. invariably demand grade “A milk and while the standard ordi- Many small houses have been erect nance allows lowe r    grades to be sold,    cd and the    whole expenditure    would nevertheless tht e    grades must lo    he quite a    ice sum. rn each bottle, and I -\ great amount of money has been * the’•vender or seller of -ame must expended for ground improvements allo advertise this    grade by a pla    and house    furnishings and it    mig'. card prominently    displayed in hk*    not be such an extravagant    ta soda fountain nr *tore    1    'Trent to -«* 'hat over two milium dm Violators will be prosecuted un lars have been expended in and less this provision is carried out and all milk venders are urged to comply I immediately. The following i* th« mits issued monthly: January Februarv March April May J tine July August September October November I leeember Total building p* r amounted to    town    in    the    State    and    the    cit $RG4,3T8. The building    permits do    great    thing*    to    look    forward not show an accurate expoqditure, a* the future frequently much more    is    spent than first contemplate, and    a    second per mit I* not obtained. Just beyond the limit* a number of I building* have been erected, notably the fine residence of Mrs, M. h. Chafee. This will represent an ex penditure of $50,000 to $00,000. a t y has Road i ’fleer Price Faliaw returned to Aiken Wednesday ’''kb' With Hurley Brooks, colons! convict, who escaped from Aiken county chain gang about five years ago. Mr. I* adaw made a quick trip to Pittsburg, where Brooks wan a rested. He left Vixen Monday night in his atiitrmobilir for Washington, I* t and then caught a 'ram for Pittsburg, arriving there I' iexday about 11 P. M lie quickly i cured hi* prisoner, and left at midnight for Wash ington arriving there a 8:30-A. M. and at 9 o’cltK k of the same morn I .ny wa* in hi* car rtrturning to Ai k< n. He reached Aiken about U P M. I Brooks had been working in Pitt Ed. Martin, white, confessed to Sheriff Howard on Saturday night that he wa* one of the trio that,en ter cd the Kangley Mfg. Company’s tare same Months age and stole mer * bundist' amounting to about $1,600 Martin was located at North -A i gust a by Chief of Police M. V. Still, who notified Sheriff Howard, who with deputies Beau ford and Sanders, went 3(1 to North Augusta and arrested Mar-tin. ll. wa* in bed when the officer*] went to make the arrest. Martin HOFMANN-FAIR WED IN RIDING CLOTHES CEREMONY IN TEA COTTAGE Many Cuesta Present at Marriage af On* of Aiken’* Beat Known Win* ter Resident* I With (mart riding habit taking th# plain of the proverbial bridal veil, pretty J atef a Hofmann, daughter of he pianist,Joseph Hofmann, was man rind last Tuesday afternoon bs Rowan! Clough Fair, a native of King* ...... - —    ton, Ontario, Canada* The ceremony caped from the chaingang in Fair- jwa^ p<»rformpd by the Rev. William field county, whole hi was doing tj1>hris()ri uf st, Thaddeus Episcopal time for a robbery, and came to church and took place at the Tea Langley, arriving thereon a Wed ne* (cottage in the Hitchcock Woods, day night. On Saturday night he j With the elite of Aiken’* winter J hur^: for sometime. By chance he I robbed the Langley Hor** and Arthur * fony a%    the young couple . him A -= Ba li and iod- lear -late i OB ll low , aid od. Tth $ ii#..'.CO.(H) 4,080.00 050:00 10,550 OO ISH),840 OO 286,530.OO 40,SITO.OO 35.5TK OO 55,1 15 Oil 62,080 00 i- 7 OO. OO its.825. OO 'met a rn,.ii who remembered him, who Fowler and Leroy Spark*, were ar lived near Monetta. He asked Brook* rested sometime ago, being partners i : if he did net remember him, and in the crime. It >s said that both | Brooks -aul "Sure, I remember you, I am from NL rn et ta and Hurley made their vows which did not include tho ward ’’obey,’’ Sn a raatic setting which had the appearance of Brooks is my name an hour Brook' wa and Sheriff Howard notified. House And Auto Searched Monday Fowler and Spark* are abu escaped j hcirinninft of a drag hunt. Most, convict*.    j    ,f the men guests wore riding clothe*, Fowler, when arrested at the High I while many of the ladle* present were im he I, mf n- ar t* in CHRISTMAS WEEK FULL OF MARRIAGES Nelson Johnson Stops At Augusta’s Airport Nelson John-on, the ion of Mrs Nelson Johnson, of Aiken, who is now stationed at \ alley Stream Cur tis* Airport, Long I .and, N. V., Mopped at Daniel Field, Augusta, Ca., on Christmas morning. Mr. Johnson wa* piloting a War lier Cessio Monoplane for Lieut, and ton, 19, both Last week Judge of Probate, G R. Webb, issued the following marriage licenses: Bill Robbins 22, to Mon?rn. Ott, 19, both of Bath Clifton William* 21, to Mamie Wilson, lh, both of Bath. Lawrence Richardson 29, to Edna Bornan* 19, both of Graniteville. ! Farrell Ashley 24, to Lottie Bai f Aiken. E Crawford 28, both of Blythe, Ga Lester A. Moody 22, to Thelma Jones, 21, both of Langley. Lonnie Bush 27. to Le**«e B. Mer nit, 22, both of Bath, Wyman Drakeford, 21. Mildred ('lark, 18, both of Graniteville. Julian M Adams 22, Augusta, t i C Elizabeth Wacky 13, Martinez, Ga, Willie E. Bush, Wren*, Ga., to Lillie Ivey 18, Stapleton, Ca. Herbert A. Smith, .ll, to Sa' ah Mrs. Wm- Marcelus. of New York. ( Glides Garvin 22, Wagener, t Lieut. Mareelu* is an instructor at Go**ie Poole 18, Perry. Curtiss Field, while Mrs. Marcelus.    Klbeit T. Austin. 26, Clearwater.1 ll xon 26, both .! Vugm’a who before her man lage on ^saturday to Evelyn K. Padgett, 21, Granite I .J I ( raw ford, Cl. .i.uwa.ii, garage prop. draining carpi t lo a 500 cai ry off all \il Steel I has been in fbi roof. wr ?:it building A d join imago room a" .a' ne w h ’ ch all (leu r*. The eniiri pi ii and of ii. was Miss Frances barrel, of New villi York, is a    demonstrating pilot at Cur-    Herman Panne tis* Field    »!-<». They will tour    Lady* Keenan, 2: acc*    sible    from    and ’hen go to Florida.    Jack Norman In the rear    of    tho! wb«‘r<* thcv will f Blow the dust line    Beard, 22. b-ih • . pi! for oiling and baik ,0 N"w V"rk' (ie uns from thii k ii? i Man Wounds Woman 'I 1    .    Through    Front Door .rn k c in* .ruction I    ° th tin' ex eption of of a i est i*. making fireprii'if t-.n * ?    «it I!.    * 26. Augusta, Bath. 8, to I lllie \ ijgusta. J, to Ruby i I , \ nu it AA iii Mrs. Emmie Matthev to; Ga. I i * * ar E. * alburn, [iii, Ethel I.. Kimball, 50. $864,378.00 The home of Jacob Wolf wn* en tired Monday night and a bedroom thoroughly Marched but so far noth mg ha* been missed. Members of the family 'av that upon returning to their home at about eight o'clock a bedroom was discovered to be torn up, with drawer* opened and their content* scattered. Entrance was made through a screed which was unlatched after a hole was punt bed in it. As far a Can be determined no other ropm w». i entered and the thief left the bouse , without any of the fannlx bebmt I intr*. Car Snatched (’ ah i:i’ • lie ann h.mr * lie Wolf house wa* entered, the car belonging to B M. Surasky was searched, th! occurring across the street Nothing Blythe,! was taken from the tar and no dam age done rn far ai can be determiYi In about half under arrest, ’ >wer home about a week ago, wa* 'offering from a bullet wound in the wrist, said to have been inflicted when Hie three men shot it out with I .-xingt in police    •    ■ It is believed that they are a bunch of desperate robbers and are now being Md for trial in the Aiken county jail. “A. & P.” Company Lease Holley Stores The Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co., better known a* the “A and I’ . ha-b ased the two store* formerly oc Icupied by H. A t lark A t 0., front Mr. B. F. Holley, and will occupy them about Feb. I. The front of st me will be re-iii ode let! and one entrance mule and the partition taken out making one big store. Ibe store will j the 60 feet deep by the Width of two] -tores front. The new store front v ll be made modern and pretty and will be a tog addition ty the main shopping district. The leu i runs five years with M • •a1 orth e the int ion rn if end i? de if Demonstration Fed He es Brinie Premium Aiken Will Appeal Grimball s Decision while many of the bolti similarly attired. At 3:30 o'clock the gathering assembled on the pavilion of the Tea Cottage, with the. Rev. Mr. Johnson taking up hi* petition at the (par. Miss Hofmann entered attended by her half brother, George Eustis, and wa' joined by Mr. Fair, accortiran led by hi* brother, Arnold Fair. After the ceremony there wa* a *hart reception at which the young couple received the congmtylstiofiA of their friend* Shortly horae* were brought up and Mr, and Mr*. Fair rode off. accompanied by two or thre# well withers and a chorus of tallyhoea from the guest*. Flans far the lm- ; {maitre future have'rn* ’hewn att* 1 nounced.    " Mi** Hofmann is one t>f the beat known of the younger set in' Aiken’* winter colony, where she ba* eotsie regularly with* her mother, Mr*. Maine Euati* Hofmann. She la an ex-pert horsewomen nod follower of * spurt*. Besides her interest in spo?N* ^ .n, i* also a proficient artist and ha* studied the object abroad. granted Mr. Fair attended the Royal M;s 20th tars academy at Kingston. He h‘29. ’been in the Brltlah awny.. Ste WB1’ ^ ire V«ki i from the army un ! is k r in I -er Ut 'he Xikeii I’repaM- tuj-v cbool -lith oPei vj'ion of riding Unique Christmas Gift For Wilshire i s. cornule! 1 *■'<" big garage and 'tar • ■ - cc I" ivate gai »gcv ire Ii% ng (plaiters fo bot ta. i W lh Efron new garage relents an investment of $25,000 was built by IL Anderson. Jr AhgU'ta, Ga. J. ll. Johnson, of Aiken, was the architect, and bf mg* t<» \iken servicing of the most complete and modern nut ire, twenty-four hours a day. REV WILLIAM JOHNSON S SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY Mr* Room Mc Hic, white woman of North \ sgu ta, was slightly wounded Sun lay night when < harlie McKie fired five time* through her front door with an automatic 'hot gun. Mr. McK ie WU- not apprehended1 Monday when Sheriff Howard and deputies went after him but reached, Aiken Tuesday to make bond. Four or five people were in thcipjor^ pHrf) ift_ Aiken room at the tune of the shooting and charge that McK ie w as drunk at the time. McK ie ordered his sister-in-law to open the door and before she I could loosen the small catch holding lit, he fired fix e times. Zori .eely turin I - A Ken Vi 21. I s. b 'th ,.f I .angili ll DeBoa.ig ton. Ga.. Mi-28, Augusta, A. lr K( in 58. t hew s. 58, both of Fabian Holley, I! Mi V \ ldell M Cul lie ii, IT, Wan en May < nrey Mcs. I 'arrie Ma! Thompson, Ga IM, Talatha, t Stephen A Green, 28, to Ruby Sharpen, 18, both of Yaucluse. Otis G inter. 28, Wagi ner to ha belle Cooper 19, Salley Su iii pere C. Temples .‘IO, to Mary ( Ville t i Haver v I . » Ramsey. JI, bo!- of A E, I. Raspberry, J !. 1 ’ iwan, JU, bot uf M John ll Lowe, 23, E. HerrmgMn, SO. le t Ville. Wallace Ha ., klI 'K ’■» M Btcntis, 18, hi tit of Macon, (iii Wm Aridir'un, 55, Gni-nw Jetta Lee Lott. 30, Johnston. James \N Griffin 31, t Gable 22, beth of Augusta gust a ll. liar. •on, (i M - I of G •I ll still* a t (lov til at J g sh , bet n bring i . 'hmond marl el < • illy A i atli [Ilion to ' <th( A J ll -til! ti mal March Sunday will br the enth anni- vir-ary of Rev. AVdliam Johnson, a' |'I I Ka *, ret tor of Thaddeu Episcopal leu.sill She Flu church, an d nadoubt • - • member ! cm ner of 11 b of his cor, grecatian will grc. t him J Green Drive, . at his mer ning sec vin He has ac bu? J a nu a; > complish cd m ich inc e <*(■ • dug to Ai- Durban Lair I ken, ani ha; « ndeaicd i i ITI self to ; Mr, AU»cu. n • only ' Ii memtH rs of own con I Mr. and Mr ' cn neopl Jo ittagi •-? H I will nee ii" (rn**-:a. mn, It is the New A eat "s h J dins on that Re I ,, ;l \ I en .( I M - ■ cir home I Mi F • COTTAGES LEASED f "New York, ha* Cottage on ''1 load an i A alley i ill occupy it a Lease made by agency, rn e. • leased to Ft eudenheim hi lt* of P. Lodge* Plan Joint Meeting Jan. 13 lodges will hold of the Knight Hint nit 11 tig for officer - t > sen >■ •eting to be bt Id the A kl r ! ige and 1 barn • ii r, Little Girl Awarded Parents Alternately Dan pion K in - u I hi* >' ft*, bot i amt- * pi | .,i f ,,f AI i .I, w h ch I - usually ti. ■ drt I . f, r the *prmg ab He state that Aiken < i could be marketed to advantage if fed out .( ’ the plan- now being u » ti>er of other et.untie' in I mu and rnatketed i >o( carlot sales. I    I*hin-    for tim . ll Im f i1 n ish i ! fi11 b line tnat in tinier • hi Lit he fir't of e h ig n pi ak ’aunty hags eonsidt t able ccordinrr to I in a num South < aro erat ivcly in w a w itll ii cii \ Bes B I ai to mal made by Ktheri ig ,r th, on •'! and ut * a e ai >u Heil lf I ntmg REUNION OI IHI WYMAN ( LAN (In ii a? , child! did « . day, Mi ll I'd a r<"ini"n mn lchildien dinnet xa itnercial ll ti ? II. v*> of In r the i'hri-1ma- gifts re-, ened ny Joseph WiUinre, pr caid wilt of tm I-Lmsihmann Y> u*t eompany, and a winter resident of Aiken, was an old lire engine, bu ight in Now York recently at un a let ion of piece* of antique fire apparatus. The blast of an automobile horn outside af the AA J hire home in Round Hill, Green* ,wieh, Cann., drew members of the family to the door, and standing in ;, drive was the relic, and 'hined up like a big Ghrittmas toy. A1 Wilshire is an honorary member of the K.ncmnati fire department and i' interested in souvenir* of the old day*. x CHRISTMAS TREE AT JOYCE BRANCH SCHOOL HOUSE • ma Hou tree at Fe day Aiken Banks Pay Dividends HOWARD CAPTURES TWO LARGE STILLS ii. K< COMMUNITY COMMIT! Kl OFI I RS THANKS merits xx (SMMU NII  _ The    Christmas    * (immunity I Sh. riff ll ’w rn! and deputies made mil- « •" hr - to thank fnose xvii a big raid in the KIU-Mii section generously cntnbut, , to the lo !a,t Thur-dax and de'M .yed two Work undi rtna. n .ruing .he . Henderson Hotel Nearing Completion AA In1 go *t ill*. I hi g ill ns capacity mash, 115 gall* 55 bush* I- f p Th. still was lac Lr. in Barnet i -un: v official ’ ara! of fit cr*. A IJH ma* holiday 1,000 gallon* of | were: ,f whiskey and The chun* were destroyed. Lodge, Knig . • •, -1 a r," the "O.i Ma ■nt rib v. Mi Henderson Ii dly, and the tho IP NIV) A IAK S ( AI I NOAK ll I. min i 20 Sr ho a1 t . nt A .ciati I s also UL et I I'm ’ i a* ai • )f Santa I most im* I .art of the pi Eg • ain for the I I A i ie Ih» m all a ion Aik* p\ Smntyr tp I-Kl AINS Ai BK DGE rfy Hff it of la oak was e party git en In V. I. allah X I k iv el 'ie table* xv ere f i cd in the oms which a > f armingly J i". ; of pla’ ii. ..jtnd . cut ha F * rit fin a* att I act ive the guests. . ch, fruit MRF \l EFRON fD‘N!TEY!Ur "'ILL p enp^ X u Y H? F H.IND |M'Ii So I-a t p I- ii ilEDULf- M - -rVr -i a maty- un i ;

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