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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - February 26, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                 Nearly ta*«ry family in Aiken County read» the Journal and  Review.  She Jmtroad and lleoicto  No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review’s Circulation in Aiken County  8 PAGES  VOL. 60--NO. 9  AIKEN, S. C„ WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. 1930  $2.00 a Year-5c a Copy  FEDERAL SESSION ADJOURNS FRIDAY  Garden Club Plana  Flower Show  THREE CIVIL CASES IN WEEK  Award* Will ba Made for Still Life Picture* and Floral Arrangement* — Limited Number of Frame*  TABOR GIVES BOOKS TO DIBBLE LIBRARY  CHILDREN S CLASSICS GROUP  South Carolina Seeks To Escape Illiteracy  On* of Fir* Stat** Striving to Mali* Good Showing fur th* 1930 Cm •ut Which B«gin* April I.  Suit of South Carolina Asparagus J A Flower Show, under the auspices Grower* Anociation End* With of the Aiken Garden Club, will Ti*  Victory for Southern Railroad.  Trial of three civil cants last week ended the two weeks session I of federal court here and brought •‘■'till Life Pictures  held in the Gymnasium of the Aiken Preparatory School on Tuesday, March 18th,  Collection i* a Duplicate of Book* Now in Library of Aiken Preparatory School.  j. The Dibble Memorial library has j been the recipient of a moat inter* There will be only two classes: |estingr collection of children’s books, and Floral Ar- 75 volumes, the (rift of F. A. M  rangemcnta, for which prize* will be  Uhi)t<  headmaster at the Aiken Pre-  awarded.  It will be remembered that an ex  piratory school and Fermata.  This collection is made up of some „.:n    „    ,    ,,  ..  ai .„    ..im*    ...    ....    i    names    and    addr*  hibttion of Still Life I ictures was of the beat children's classics and ii  held in connection    with    the    Civie    a duplicate of one which he has put  League Flower Show last    fall.    The    in the library of the Aik,en Prepara-  classes are open to all and it is hop- tory School.  cd- that many other    than members of n* trustee* of the library n.b tlMana   greatly indebted to Mr. Tabor fur this very generous gift which will certainly gave enough pleasure to the young people of A ikon.  Names of the books are as follows;  Friendly Tales, In the Animal  the Garden Flub will make entries, Owing to the limited number of  Aiken Girl* Honored At Virginia College  arar of aspar-) p aT8ong , phone 445, "beforeMarch ’  W,,rW *  Stor ' M rhildrpn N *** d *  StoriM  I  M ;„ to Philadelphia u    of Groat Adventures, Merry Tales I  adjournment Friday? before lunch.  Slow progress was made with the civil docket, no work being done on Monday because of the absence of witnesses in .one case and the lack of certain papers in another.  Aiparagu* Case  Suit of the South Carolina Asparagus Growers association against  the Southern Railway for spoilage |  {rlkm " a  liable for the Still Life of .a car of asparagus, was the most  Picturw>  the spaces will be allotted interesting case taken up during    the     the order of appHc , tion< Anyone   civil trials.    desiring    to enter the above class vVill  The Asparagus assoc iation at- please communicate with Miss K. d^B leges that it shipped  agas from Williston to rnuaueipma 15 and that the car spoiled because of improper icing. The Southern railway contended that it was packed too tightly to allow circulation of cold air,  A directed verdict for the plaintiff in the sum of $694 was ordered bv Judge Ernest F. Cochran, this  being the salvage value of tho spoil-  1     -  ed car which was offered to tho Wagener Man Deme* Stealing Autogrowers by the railway origionally. ;  mobil* and Lay* Blam* on Anoth-This directed verdict wa* in the    na-    er Man—Wa* Caught at Wagener  lure of a victory for the defence    be *  cause the growers wore suing    for    T. W. Thurmond, sergeant of the  the full value of the car.    Richmond, (Va..) police force came Light* off .Short  ( ounsel for the growers indicat- to Aiken on Thur dav and carried this Ii,, Hi ave SI od that the mater would bu taken to John J off coat-, who i® wanted in the appellate court at Riehmon I. Richmond for stealing an automobile.  Lawyers representing the asparagus Thurman with his prisoner left  South Carolin* la among the fbi southern states mentioned sn a n-ent , news dispatch av putting out the  !  greatest . (Torts to wipe out illiteracy.  The dispatch reads:  A race with the census taker is being waged by all states to blot nut high illiteracy records by April I. Fir the ftp: time the UFO census  es of ,  all illiterates with the Pate superb)-' tendents of education.  Five Southern states, where the I illiteracy percentage is htghe-t,, Lou Georgia, South Carol na, Mi* sissippi and Alabama, are putting forth the greatest efforts rn the race.  eureka girls win  BASKETBALL TITLE  BEAT SALLEY 49 TO 33  Woodward Caught and Sentancad Within Pet iud of Twdlv* Hour*—-Wa* Wan tad on Aiken Warrant.  Champion*hip Cup Awarded by Mi**  Chan,. Woodward, 24,a native of!     ou f r rankli .,    p r „ id ,„,  the   Con,l-v.lt.,    xnt'mwl toSO    Aik.. C...I,    A.hl.H, A..«i.li.„  years in Greenville, Ga.. Thursday,  | There will also be on exhibit named varieties  ( ,f wild flower®. Please bring in any unusual specimens.  Richmond Cop Returns Taking Alleged Thief  for Children, For the Story Teller, Wonder Stories, Flint, Folk Stones un.I Fables, Every Day {stories. The Torch of Courage,    Hero Stories  Firelight Stories, Tell Me Another, Broad Stripes and    Bright Stars,  Storm® and Rhyme®    for a Child,  Once Upon a Time Animal Stories, The Three Musketeers— Bailey.  Two VA ill] < ’berries in the < artly. I Rich and Ruddy, Rich aud Ruddy At leat, Rich and Ruddy on the Trail, Rich and Ruddy in ' amp, Rich and Iv i.ijy out 'A • * — (laris.  Skipper of Oyn i t --Dirndl.  Loma Doom* Blarknmrc.  Lost River, Chinook, the Cinnamon Cub, The Travel®  Took, The Adventures  y-ow h 1  Valley I V to Twinkly Eyes and the Lone Lakt  Mary Henderson Chosen President Dramatic Club Mi** Eleanor Henderson Nominated for May Queen.  FARMERS OFFERED MANY CASH PRIZES  $5,200 AT WHICH TO AIM  Sweet Potato**, Cotton, Corn, Garden*. and Pig* May be Entered ta Vartou* Production Confetti,  Fifty-two hundred dollars in offered in cash prises to the farmers of South Carolina for the purpose of stimulating a greater interest in  the economic production of a higher uuality product with five different crops—corn, cotton, sweet potatoes, garden, and pork Farmers interested in cither one of these contests hmild communicate vt iii C Lee Cowan, County Farm Agent, immediately and tile application to enter the conte.--1,  Five-Acre Cotton Conte*!  rile pi i/.«** in the Five Acre Cot ton contest for I'.'30 are as follows:  Open to the state at large, first priz.t $ Toll; IU nd prize, $276, .Annual Election of Officer* Held at ^    ^  Hotel Henderson—Alexander, A»h-hurit, and Ward Other* Cho»*n.  for tiro hold ups in Harris and Talbot counties in Georgia.  Swift Trial  A feature of th* trial and conviction was its swiftness, sentence coming twelve hours after the capture  The Eureka girls' basket hall team won the championship of Aiken county in a hard fought game last Wed* ne-(av, when they doffit od the fast going team from Salley by a score of 19 to 33.  Wednesday night/ Two companions     Both tfWM pUved  ^  #n<)   of Woodward** were also given the  timtg thl ,  Ramf dww , y cont<lst   jam^puntshment for the .ame of- U Eureka finally showed their bu-  ' perioi ity and won by the above score. A warrant for Woodward was held j  MWr th „  n ., ult ;  wer ,  known 5h ,  by Sheriff Howard, charging him  chtmplonghip cup WM awtrdwl  ^  with. breaking in the Graniteville j  the winru> „  by Miss 01#  Franklin.  drug store.    president of the County Athletic  Association,  Ballentine To Head    The following were the line IPS  Aiken’* Legionaire*    '    "  Kure!.  ’ii  association were Kennedy, of Wii- Thursday afternoon by automobile listen. and. Williams, Croft and Bus-' for Denmark, where they t» -k the Eves’ Tw*t*k*v Vs bee, of Aiken. Harley and Blatt, of tram for home.  Barnwell, were counsel for the Jeffcoat stole an automobile from {southern railway.    William E. Wise, a traveling show  This (ase    was tried    here    last    fall    man, from the    rear    of IOT Clay  verdict for j street, on Jan. 21st. The abandoned Brownie’, Unexplored, trial    was     car  was found    near    Wagener on tures of Fleet foot  granted by    Judge    Cochran    at    that    Saturday, Fob.    16th,    and Jeffcoat  who resides near Wagener was ar-  Two Aiken girls have been chosen to office at Sweet Brim college in elections recently held, on* as h a.lei of thi college dramatic club and another is in tin- group n rn.Hated I foi May Queen.  Miss Mary Henderson, do i May o and Mt Frank I’ fI *  I pre tidt • ' 11 he Sweet Br mat ic club, . f which -In ha member for some turn Mrs Eleanor ll* nder® n. ter uf Mr. and Mrs. P, F IL: .lei son, was one of twelve y-..;ti»; ladle® of Hank-i I from various parts of the Unite i of Twinkly .States who have been chi- en to en tm Un i.nttL fur the el- ’    -<f    a  May Queen, w hich takes pl.ne today  W. Vunce Aik- n County Be-.! No. 26, Amor  1  .  \ once IN Smith  lean Legion, held its annual election j  of ofti* eI Ur day night and chose (i.  ll. Ballantine tis post commander for  the coming year.  Other otlicei elected were D.  I, Alexander, of Langlov, post vice ,, , , ,  M. Kirk hind  has been eh and Patel -  f  -n,  "Paint ir dra-lieen a  iaugh-  The tate is divided int.) three di  trie'.®, Piedmont, Middle and C astal  Plain. In each of these districts  two ca b. prizes are afft red, $200 first  prim and $126 ®eeond prize  State winners in- n t eligible fur  dis! i    » pi i ’.es,  Five-Aire Corn Contr*!  l’he pii <” m the h ive Acre <' >rn  con' ' are as follow®:  rh re e pn/e®    open to all farmers    I    commander; John W \®hhur®f.    post  in the    ®tate:    fii®t, $ JOO; ®ee*.nd,    j    »'U»Duit ;    and    Nudity ll Waul,    post  $100; third, $60.    I    (Kaplan.    .  I ic    tate is    livided ut.) thfce ti ®-    J The •    ie    was held foil wing a  'nets,    known    a® Spartanburg, Flor-    cupper at    ’rn    Hotel lletidei on,    (lur  en. * and r..iu mb ut disiriet . Ti.^-m*- rd t embers of the legion  ruck    of these districts then rn* « ’»•*    present enrolled    f..i    the  four prizes offered as follows:    coming    year.    Plans are being made.  ...    ,    .    ■'    <    in    :    ;1... .u.,; A a„i rn a .rn bv  • .ii    double Int    membi'i    nip  Salley  A M Hut-on K. Salley A William* I iv mgs; on Brodie Smith  Substitutes for Eureka C Franklin and M Gregory.  $®u hat it it t oh for Salley -William*, Referee—Mrs Dorothy Pierce of the Augusta Y, W C \.  On Friday, Feb, 14th, the Graniteville Girl®' basket ball team played  I i st pi ire, 'inn sec md pp >. $76; third prize, $50, fourth prize, $25,  and a jury returned a the association. A new  ttlYYC.  Two Inturanc# Casa*  Folk, Th** Adventures of the High      —  Trail, Mammie Cottontail and Her Junior Order H )St Bunnies, Sitka, the Snow Baby, I  The Advcn j Chaffee.    i  The  One-Air* Sweet Potato Contest j  \ priyt of $160 i® open to alii  To Daughters America  Trial  Blazers, Worthwhile! Member® of Aiken*® Juno., Order  , ,    ,    ,    .    ^    . stones for Every Day, Heroes of  were  hosta to the Daughter.® of Am-  rested and charged with the offense. •  T| ,, V( ITt , r(H . H  „ f  y^rael, Old Time  Two other cases were tried last | Jeffcoat has never admitted steal Talcs, America First Evans.  Week, both being an it* against in-, » n «  th ''  rHr r  ,nIt sav * that the car The White Czar, Pap, Bemoat thai  surance companic t »  Mrs. Lilly Mauldin Lightsey, of Hampton, won a $5,000 decision against the Jefferson .Standard Life Insurance company ,in a double indemnity case. Along with the $5,000 goes 7 per cent interest since 1028. A new trial was denied the insur anre company.  A directed verdict for the defendant ended the suit of Mrs. Rena Harvey, of Ulmer, against the Union Central Life Insurance company, of Cincinnatti, in which Mrs. Harvey attempted to collect a $4,000 policy which she claimed was carried ,m  was stolen by another man, and he inly rode to Wagener with the thief.  FINES HANDED OUT TO CHAIN STORES  GUILTY OF SHORT WEIGHTING  Retident Impactor* Will Keep in Touch With the Affair, Say* Shealy, State Commuiioncr  Chain stores in Union, Florence,  POLO MATCH PLAY STARTS THURSDAY  according to the insurance company.  111 1 > P a, *anburg have been fined Dr  selling short weight packages within the la®t few weeks, -ays J. W Shealy, state commis inner of agriculture, commerce, and industries, according to \ssociated Pre®® dispatches from Columbia.  Prosecutions again®; other chain stores on eimilar charges are now awaiting trial ho said.  Mr. Shoaly -aid that in eat^h instance the store was fined $25 and warned ne' to violate the weight® and measure® law again. M re severe peraltjes, he aid, are in store for second offenders.  It is expected that polo will bi played every day of the week during thi* season, weather permitting, and the first match game will be held on Thursday, February 27th, on the Harriman field at 3:30 p. rn. The first match game on the Whitney field will be held un Saturday, .March 1st, at 3:30 p. rn. Regular match games will be held thereafter on  Phantom Fox, Silver®heen- llawke®  , Stories of the W.ujd ® Holidays. Under these Trees — Humphrey Moons of Long Ago, Little Papoose Listens—Donaldson,  Mother Stories, More Mother Stories— Lindsay.  Nancy Brandon Idealist -(laris. "In the Child’s World - Poulan, For the < bibiri n's Hour - Bailey-< lark.  Reynard, the Fox -®John®on. Reynond the Rainbow Bridge— Wickes.  Fairy Tabs Every one Should k ne'.'  Omjee, tin* Wizard Hillburn Evangeline Longft How Pi ne Version by Hailey.  HOLLEY RETURNS FROM LONG TRIP  lea ut their regular meeting fhur® i day night and entertained with an J oyster supper and mu.U.'.i! pTo^iam.' The entertainment Cbbiwed a bu®; ne®® session.  Modern dance music wa® furnish-1 od by an orchestra 0‘O!®i®?ing f Mi®® Beltie Bell, and IM. Wilbur N't.i ris. Ear! (’arpenter, and (.Itta < arpt'ii-tor.  I Their program wa- -followed by • ’he Marsuelln {®?i no band composed of Ted Du Bose, Iii Mill® and L ii-- Mills, who present* I ' I time dance  Garden Contr*!  LENTEN SERVICES EPISCOPAL CHURCH  , - tutu    a score of 21 11 ti.  of tile \ .ken post dating I '.bbl  Organization of a Boy Scout troop _ .     A   t r eitv and the i.ton a lalmetto Announces ntabb leaser were discussed ani Tournament Schedule  the fidlowThg cummtttei appotFitT-d  ! 'i    *      ___  farn.er- Hi the -tate for the largest  kiU ^  in? °  th ‘‘ '■  a?;, ‘ r  »nd mlike a r» ^ ®ehe File of tournaments for Me'd of No. I sweet potatoes. The P" rt  ’ Dudley Ii. Ward, (. B. Ander- March has been announced bv the tate h divided into three iistrtrta     n  ‘* n ‘ 1 1,1  ^    " i,,n#n *    |    Palmetu. ibdf club, and is as lob  known a® Upper, Midd < and Lower.    '     t     lows ;  There ale two prizes offered in each W.C.T. Speaker Will I Monday, March’ 3- Dolan cup, di-Trii t, fir®:    prize, $100, (cond     T  it    ■     r ..     T     j    bandi'ap    mutci    play   m     I    alk    In Lily    I uesday Munday. Ma    ch lo Byers cup.  __________handh ap mate}) play.  .Mi* Sarah ii Huge, State Pres . Monday, March IT Iselin cup, I;.* Lard* n cont* t is (livided hi- . ^ f -^* r®* **,^ V tee -ma VV ( I I- tumdii *0® mate h i*1hv to four cla®se® with a ®et of prizes I j-jvp a ‘alk at the Firs! Baptist i .MoPd'av, -March IN- (’help.® cup for each cia® which are a® fellow    f    church    on Toe -day evening,    March    for iad.i ®,    handicap    match play.  Cl.os ! Those w Im ®ell from noth-1    <th, at    8 o'clock.    Monday,    .March 21 Southern  ibg up to Sinn worth:    First prize,    j    p., •»*(■•  u lur the    talk    a delightful    cup.  $100; s ec „nd prize, 76; thud prize,'    musical    piogiam    will    he    given.    Monday.    March ll    -Hitchcock cup,  Del; fourth prize,    $25;    tif'h thru    \ m( ,ng tb    .o    taking part    will he    handicap    match    play.  Hgbth vv 1 ll receive    -mall    pnze.s of    \| r     n .p.j    ,     h     Wyman, Mi    tiber    __ .           state bond    issue  $'(»<) and $5fl0 worth: Fir 1  prize,.    Mi®. Doge    bom in Loudoun  :   $100; -o-c..nd price,    (turd    prize,    J    e,,unt    v,    \    ...    be®'de®    being I’re-sdent I  $50; foulth prize,    $25; fifth    thru    ,f     tb ,    \\    ,    j    \     n  Virgil    a,    be  eighth will    receive    small prize® of    ..rd    rig    .. • ret.arv    .f    the Nation  . axil, -reds    cr gar den ipplie.s.    I     a |    \y    ,    y    \  (’Iii" '!    Market    gardenei®    who    \    .    _    .........  The fr How mg ai 1 vie es a - ar nounet I  John*! n • ec*  1  r of c oui church:  CLI Mb ON SPEC I Al IST COMING  I* n c; in  (peri al ii ’, w i I  ev W d deus  VV 111 Keep In Touch  Resident inspectors it k  each of the ten district® in this state are enab-  Mr. B week ‘T un mg some n gloving  ■ ell - on  ays •  tour is’.  Holley  F.  a '.ini of Kl  I,•''OU mile®, ’ems of ti:  la ’  ■ hat  re* ill I), d  'doridu, cov 1 ■  , an I speak big tom * lie  ‘.ate is enjoying  * rf* aie possibly moi lo I ilia ti..', in any pit  vious -orison. While there are many j vacant house® In amu-c places, that is due ’.i tho great army of workmen who left the (tate when tic boom busted.  Mr. Holley’s trip took him through Ss. Augustine, lh land, Lake Wales, I where he visited the Lake San loury and Singing Tower, one pf the now places of Florida; Avaon Park, Arca  Wednesday afternoons on the Harri  man field and Saturday afternoons on I ling his department to keep in clo ti the Whitney field at three-thirty, touch with violations, Mr. Shealy Geo. IL    Mead, announces.    ! said. The violators in Florence,  Names of those subscribing to last Union and Spartanburg were appre-year’s parking spaces have already; homled by three inspectors $nd tried been provided and placed in the same before local magistrates, relative location on the parking rail The enforcement of the weights at the west side of the Harriman and measures law is under the juris-field and-at the south side of the diction of my department, Mr. '  a ,t ‘    ‘     ara    a ’  Whitney    field.    I Shealy said and "I expect to ce that    ’’    *’    '    " a    1     * a ‘ ’  Prizes will be competed for, as j our people get 16 ounces for a pound* usual, including the Iselin cup, The inspectors employed by this de Hitchcock and the Ulpb cup®.    partment have been instructed to  The Polo Club house will he open- watch all articles of food in package ed on Saturday, March 1st, and every form found offered for sale on the afternoon thereafter during the sea- markets in this slate and I expect t > son, further information regarding prosecute wherever the law tx vio* polo affairs may be obtained by tele luted, I consider this one of the phoning the Polo Club, or Geo. A. most important law® to be enfor-ei Durban.    j by this office and I expect to see    —...........-.....—    j that it is complied with throughout  oath Carolina."  In Spartanbur(  Magistrate .I J Gentry, of Spartanburg when asked concerning the above dispatch, said he had impose I a fine >f $25 Thursday on the A A I’, store next do- r to Wil*« n’* lr ig store N >. J <*n h ast Main street f r telling ''underweight pa sa/-- of good* The manager of the st .re pleaded guilty and a mimimum fine tr p wan imposed AV arrant* were sworn  oui upon affidavit of inspectors    Vt rs U OI vrr Iselin. »'j has  Mr- Gentry did not recall the pie been spending tom# tim* in Florida duct contained Mi th* packages    *rr:vert in A se n on vt sudsy.  Sunday S.-'sue*  Holy < rn mu ni n * * day in month)  s  t. n Church School, I  (  ■" 1  a. M-rnng I'm • ■.     1  I '  month ll Iv 1 '<>11111 •     1     ».  mon, I I a. rn.  Ash Wed  I! >Iv ''ommun on M ming Pray t r, ai I add: 1 ®, I <> IO ll:' 1  I C(>*sioiie I I 1  a I Religion  cli $ 500 worth and ox el First pi ira .  'IOO; second prize, $50; thud prize,  J5; fourth ti rn eighth will reeeive mull prize of cash, seeds or ga:  -ii ii supplies.  Cia-® i Tenant f.ti mer* 'inly pp,-I;  I- ir-1 pi;*-*, $.50; 'Cord im, $26:! 7  : -.o  ' d pi Ize, $|(); f ii ' in ll t ii'V will receive small priz.es of rush eeds i r garden - ippties  K‘He f l Bv Ad’.’dent  Clem "ii i *t union  :  . oak i ’i "I’ mbry , : at VV agi tic! ai j  IS DECLARED VALID  Oui; a *tuai let of an dour wa® t.ikei by the United States uprenn court Monday afternoon to indicate t hat it could et* no f< lei a1 tj it tion it I veil hi tit South Carolina $66, OOO OOO highway bond' ca®<* and that  t ii** 1 • ii‘' 1 .* bv CW  f the -tate to prevent >t the 1 cutit would  11 o r•I ii am t i's  ira!  Coroner Says Ner.ro  Heil. I. <  undi an I  in  ! ort Litter Cunte*I    |  lit pi se ut ®;iululating  1 a lily  p> Af  I n  I, Penitent jai  1  •tin < ti a. 'n.  And Instruction rn  MISS HARPER RETURNS  A cot rn* 1' jury Thin day nu 1 '• e in* |, . late I " at ll' nrv ' Ie-poi k OS y 1 in obi negro, wa 1  un ivtidi t well killed Sunday. Feb. 16, when hi® I nSt '. ev was struck by the' aut«,n)<»!»111 icing i; Ii 1 ronald, >t 72  1  I < I f;» 1 r ®l 1  A ugu ' a.  I Dr VV \ AA : ; I lock ! ifit  1  .t 'n r g '  ;5 w in n ’hi cawa® 11 thin I i'f >partan-g at- ney for i'm aj pi I hi Had addle; it I thu  .tm rn rn Ute . w a® calletl  ( Iei • J . ‘ice H i/he® and n lev > titer a I lb \ n ’bls.  etl him ’hat he hud w. 11 h w nile : 11 ay he it Soul nard was told at nit ’*’e ct 1  uI• lid not wish ti further and would not lear the other id# at all.  Sir, John Howard McLean and College friend, Mr. loom Rice of Anderson wert week-end guests of Dr md Mrs. P. J. Mclzean.  MOVIETONE MFN HERE  Th r*N* f f* presentativea of the v. x M vie'.-ne company are in Aiken having arrived y# af cr la* T’ rv will get awund TV Vie* lf A:k*f'* winter sports, •ucltiilmf iKvlo, drag hunt* and field ti :  * I*-  plat t  a 1,000 acre celery faun where fi nn I no to ! IO cars of eel* ry tu c .up ped da Iv. from one packing plant. Then art .several packing plants a' thi* place.  Then on to Fort Meyers, at I ,1 '.ti south a* Naples He then cross >-l tile * v i r glades a’ Miami, wrn re he four) i a crowded city. He vmite 1 Miami each, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach aid then back to Jacks nville. ®.i'v HU'.  M i H ailey carried a i ar full of  htern’ure about .Aik  and d 'rib-  uted I’ vv*,! He feels that many ti ' . and tourists will return to the N rth by    Highway    Nu.    I.-. ,r    I •>'  "Ur ®e Aiken expects rn a ny of    these  pci; Ie to    St ' licit  Mrs ti    tUrv a- :    Mr    Royal    (I I  Ie > acct iii an.e l VI - Hill.-, ,•> this  I' .e.-d ,ys  it. rn.  We it esdl structu ii in a. in.  Thin ■ day IO bt a. rn.  Fridays, n. in.  Other  M - ■  ivs, In Perso  s. Ii  I it any  ; bio ]  Day*  ag I’m  ri  M, B  ariled Si,ii  1 n j • 1 r 1  , iiegri ! >nly  eau *  leaDi and Dan Her >    . ..ffcred ll  I ;> :>,()  don* ai' I I ii Ii. n, IO:  < *0 rn mu n io n.  Din  AA  ared !  i I'  1 the ar n Jal stale In ii  ., infinite* . rifer' n -e hi . a1 (’ohm  I. i It; la , and Sat or day I' rrin  thi ct.rife'eta • M - Harper hen'  Mi Marx Rokhar, of  1  hicago, an  ,    .,    I    ,1    1    out    for    VI    I    »o    ii    a    Id    1    nil    a    J  I lr. had ie Mark, of VA nthp'P rd  lege, both holm economics expert®. , '  IU ll  ai runt ha  • SI h  ad ire  M  a rn.  Ex  I ;  a. rn,  VV 1 dot 10:30 a  ■ rue" in  Holy  Holy ng Sc day. Holy Evening S* lay . n : I  Week  1 rn mu r met* !  < <■ mmu 1 v ice, I  it)  CONGRESSMEN SING OF “SWEET IODINE”  (OTTAGES LEASED  ii     p. rn.          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