Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - March 19, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina
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VOL. GO NO. 12
AIKEN, S. C, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1930
$2.00 t Year—Sc I Copy
RESIDENT APPROVES Large Crowd Attends MOSE CITIES BUY MEMBERSHIP IN NATURE EDITORIAL. POWER CONSUMERS' ASSOCIATION
IN NEWS AND COURIER'
BmiImi awd Shrub# Should Not bo Mutilated is Opinion of Charta* ton Editor—Say* Do*troy* Beauty
■ Mr*, Thomas Hitchcock has addressed the following communication to the Journal and Review:
Editor Journal and Review:
There was such s nice article that appeared in the News and Courier on March lith. Will you please copy it in the next issue of your paper? With the season of blossoms coming on in Aiken, it might do some good to people who would be thoughtless
Prize* Given in th re* Cia**** in Exhibition. on Ivanenko Field—Mr*. Averill Clark Pre**at.* Award*.
A large crowd attended a jumping exhibition Sunday afternoon at thy field of rapt. Demetri Ivanenko and saw awards made to the winners in the three classes: open class, pairs, and tingles, ot handy hunter competition.
Members of the winter colony and Aikinite* made up the gathering before which thoroughbred horses and their skilled riders performed. Winners were: open class. Miss Jeanne Regan, first; Lyman Wright, second; and CapL Demetri Ivanenko, third.
Pairs winners were: cApt. Ivanen-
Wild Flower Editorial
The editorial in the News and Courier was as follows:
Here is the Columbus, Ga., Ledger's view of wild flower raiders:
"ii ia a daily experience on high ways of Southern states, in dogwood season, to meet many cars bearing great blanches, laden with these beautiful blossoms that have been torn from the trees. The raiders of
enough to destroy the bloom along Ute roadside. Our woods have 8uf-|ko *nt* ' (?unt Tolstoy, first; W illiam fered a great deal in the past, though Hn'* Frances Goodwin,
I think every year people are getting second J Jones and Kerr, of the Aiken Preparatory school third,
In the handy hunter elans winners were; William Street, first; Cromp-; ton Smith, second; and Temple j Gwathjney, third.
Judges for the events were Messrs. Hitchcock and McCreery, with Mrs. Averill Clark presenting prizes. Count Wydenbruck-Loe was starter.
Winter Resident Hurt In Spill From Horse
(Not*; At its last meeting the city council of Aiken voted $100 to pay for a membership in the association. It was thought that this would be particularly helpful in view of the fact this city will have to write a new power contract in the near future.)
The cities of Sumter, Bishopville, Barnwell. Edgefield, Lancaster, Pageland and Pamplico, have joined the steadily mounting list of municipalities taking out memberships in the South Carolina Electric Power Connu mergV association, it was announced from the headquarters of the association in Columbia.
The city and town councils in almost every municipality in the -tate are expected to take similar action during the month, it was Raid. Columbia’s city council voted over a week ago to join.
Not only are many cities and towns joining but memberships are boing taken out by many industrial plants and other large users of power also, it wa* said. Reports received from all sections of the state indicate a very strong en*!
BAPTIST MEETING AT MILLBROOK CHURCH
Alice Bishop, of Weatb ll
nature do not even have the decency to us*' .a knife, but leave grca+ wounds Lorn? Islnrrd, uh- tit!own from her to serve as havens for destructive hoise Wednesday and suffered a insects. Every I* .ugh broken from fractured Sup. Miss Bishop was tak th** trees cuts down the blossoming en to < olumbia Thursday morning capacity during the following sea- for treatment.
son and robs the landscape of its] She is the guest of Miss Nancy beauty." I Kramer, Aiken winter resident ani
One wonders whether the repeated' was practicing hunter jumps on the appeals for nature's things have had estate of Captain Demetri Ivanenko, any effect on people who think noth-* when h**r hor-e's hind legs caught ing of yanking sprays and boughs in the top rungs of a httrdl ? md from plants on other people's proper-1 jolted her from the saddle. It Is ties. The efforts to teach motoring jthought that she was kicked while on parties ought to be showing better I the ground.
results. Land owners post signs! A photographer who had mapped
Meeting will be held at t! ook Baptist church Tuesda
ch time >»uttundn
a picture of her spill ran Lu her and picked her up. putting his coat under her head. First mi wa*, admmb*ter-
against trespassing, but raidehs of nature do not believe in signs unjess Lh«y consider themselves in danger of being caught in the act. Owners od and medical aid summoned
who cherish their wild things al-j ____
most weep when they come aero*- \I7I]U|yFPQ |7I A\I/CD evidence that wilful trespassers have Ti llsPllHVvJ I LU VV till Been destroying! ~
Millbroi April I, at Bapt!*ts cf th* 'talc •.* ll i onfer a .’.it the Aiken anociation regarding the denominational program,
Speakers scheduled to 6* liver addresses on the oVcaiion are; th** Rev. ll. F. Terrell, business manager of the Baptist Courier; Dr. W. T. D> -rteux, secretary emeritus; and Dr. C. A. Jones, general secretary of the state convention.
MESDAMESSAWYER CLUB HOSTESSES
ment in favor of the association, which has boon frgaoised in an endeavor to secure more equitable rate* for power Ta South Carolina.
The fight has been launched not only in .South Carolina but in other states a.* weH. A meeting of the Georgia association wa* held recently Macon, attended by representatives I of cities in every section of Georgia and plans were made for launching a very strong fight in the state.
Officials of the South Carolina aa* variation said that they are very much interested in the movement which has been organized in Georgia. They pointed out that the president of the Georgia association is from Augusta and that at the meeting in Macon last week representative,* of Atlanta were Very out-apoken in their condemnation of prevailing rate*. •
’'If the Georgia people have a right to be stirred up over the rates they are paying, how about South < aroHna"’”, says a statement issued by the association “Surely it
mU't be evident to every one that ’
WOMAN’S AUXII 1ARY MEETS /
Ladle* of Kilcbtrtf« Mill and Millbrook Church Furnish Supple* and C inned C>nod* to County Institution.
STEEPLECHASEHELD FIRST TIME FRIDAY
CROMPTON SMITH WINNER
Hor*** of Harry Worcoatsr Smith Fiauko* First and Second, Ho Rid** Second Place Hor**—Largo Crowd,
Over a thousand people crowded around the course finish Friday afternoon to see Lipingo, ridden by Crompton .Smith, win the first annual sweepstakes of the recently organized Aiken .Steeplechase anociation. Owned by Harry Worcester Smith, of Worcester, Mass., and Aiken, Lipingo conquered a three-mil# course and the three other entries to register h's victory.
Second place was captured by Strongbow, owned ami ridden by Harry Worcester Smithjthird went to I •'libella. owned by Mrs. Robert B.
' Deans, of New York and Camden,
; and was ridden by Watson Pomeroy,
| of upstate New York The fourth i entry w as Clon-illa, owned and ridden liy William Elkins, of Elkins, Pa.
The winner was awarded a piece id plate by the Eastern Horse club Held in the Hitchcock woods, this ar nual ov< nt is not only sigmti ai t in inself, hut is expe ted ti) prove a
/■! rd Do ii 1 .
and rid :■ who enter the major ’American teeoleehn , oven! in.i * 1
Aiken intel et ing ai
lib! ary, Ii
Mrs. FL A. M. Tabor and Mrs.
: Frank P, Henderson were winners
Destruction Reduce* Beauty
The aggregate destruction of
vines, bushes and trees in the last
several years has reduced bowers
of beauty into bare patches. All.
sorts of wild plants have disappeared. ^ res,H‘ct,vely ,n ** f,oral *rran««-
not only on main routes, but on i,nents «nd atl11 lif«* exhibit. shown
neighborhood roads over which the Ithe fWr show of lhe A,ken (’arden
traffic is supposed to be light. Asidub’ which was hdd y«*rday in
the vernal season is bom. the wood* 1 lht' of the Aiken Prep*-
and fields of the coastal section arc- st bool
In the floral arrangement dis
puting on their glad garb. The raiders are watchful for lovely flowers. It is nothing to them that the glory of a bower goes with them.
It is disheartening to pass through places which used to be profuse with wild plants and which are now without the things that made them joy# to the eyes. Nevertheless nature friends must not abate their efforts ta cufib the nature raiders.
plays second place went to Miss Claudia Phelps, and honorable mention to Mrs. B. C. McLean and Mr.'. Howard Fair. Mrs. Lanier Branson won second in the still life picture exhibit, with honorable mention g ling to Miss Frances Godwin
Judges for the contest were: Miss Langdon, of Augusta; Miss Parsons. of the Cleveland Garden club; and Mtr. J. M. Speer, president of the
The Student Club met Thursday I FV(1*'raU‘d Garden Clubs of Georgia
afternoon at the home of Mrs Huger Hall, Mrs. H. II. Harris, of Green
^several hundreds of people saw and enjoyed the beautiful exhibitions
Ville, ww present and made an ad- Gowers which ncluded wen > dress to the club, her subject being |8liU life Pictur*8 and ovtr fiftY f,ora! libraries. I arrangements!.
_• _ Tea was served td visitors.
PAUL HESTON, TENNIS PROFESSIONAL, LOSES TO RICHARDS IN THREE SETS
Reaches Finals in West Palm Beach Tournament Is Staying in Aiken During Winter—Meharg and Tyler Participated.
Mr Anni' Lou Sawyer and Mu G. W. .Sawyer were joint Hoxie sos of Uxe McLaunu Home Dcmoiutra lion dull on Friday afternoon, March "th. The meeting was called to order by the president, followed by a devotional and business session,
The meeting was then given over to Miss Elizabeth Bailey, home dem castration agent, who gave a very interesting demonstration m acce-so ne-, the art of arranging flowers, placing of bric-a-brac, using the right types of bowls, vases, etc., for flowers. She then demonstrated the painting of vases to bring out the I color scheme of the room,
During the .cml hour, Mrs. S&w-| yer served delicious refreshments.
! An automobile contest was enjoyed I by all.
The next meeting will be held a* the home of Mrs. C. A. Hallman, and every dub member is urged to be present.
Those present were: Mn. J. C.
Jones, Mrs. Ed. Boatwright, Mrs. Theodore Fox, Mrs A. Hallman, . Mrs. J. L. Gunter, Mrs. Willis Clark. Mrs. W. S. Sawyer, Mrs. Ashby Kneece, Mrs. I you Sawyer, Mrs. G. W. Sawyer, Misses Agnes Baughman, Edit* Lou Sawyer, Ruby Jones and Maggie Sawyer
The total -.ales for the month, of February were $482.i*5.
.Ilg an I Well
ti i Dibble Mi Friday. March lith.
I he various charm sent, making most -nti ' oti ports. Mrs. IC F. I h.-n-lge sewing committee reported: Mended: Sheets, AT. -birt.' case*, .'IO; towels, IJ; maitre els. IO; spreads, 15. Mad water baga, 20; diaper-. JO,
Mrs. I.. I). Boone, t i the supplier-committee received from hitching. Mill: Two quarts tomatoes, 2 quarts peaches, 2 quarts beans.
Millbrook missionary society: Spin-»«'h* <*£g\ milk, lo;Mer. Unci', a month the Millbrook society cud- til dons lions of eggs, Vee tables, etc.
Plans for the I Show. March 2Ml •sell under way.
A new feature I committee, which Walter Duncan, i and serving of ba keflunchex at the Horse Show*.
Miss Woodson, the city nur-c ex-pressed her gratitude for the Auxiliary s ready response to her requests at the January rn oting. Every ar tide, she stat' d, • oat. -he had asked for had, through the various church#* and the auxiliary cen furnished.
A letter of thai k# from Dr. J. R Howell in behalf of the trustees, superintendent, n nm- and employee' of the Aiken ho- ital was re td, ex pre-sing apprecia nt for the w rh of the Auxiliary <■ ring the past year
MERCHANTS HEAR FLEMING
Petit Jurors For
Third Week Court
The following jurors for the third wee* of Civil Coart were drawn yesterday. They are summoned to Aiken on Monday, April 7th.
R. I.. Young, North Augusta,
H. D. Rhodes, North Augusta.
A. A Widener, Jackson
F. H. Heath, Jackson.
J. Marvin Bryan, Bath.
J. S. Reynolds, Belvedere.
I,. F. Sizemore, Route I.
J. M. Anderson, Bath
L. A. Stephens, Belvedere,
John N\ Hankinson, White Pond. J. J. Cook, Langley.
J. A. Hendriz, Ridge Spring. Gantt B. Cato, Monetta.
W. S. LeCroxi Salley J. B. Sanders, Ridge Spring.
J. M. W. Glover, North Augusta. James McCormick, Clearwater.
M. W. Jackson, Seivern,
R. II. Gregory, Warrenville.
W II Redd, Windsor, ll J. Griffis, Graniteville.
A. A Foreman, Ellenton.
H. M. Kirkland, Seivern.
A. B. Lyhrand, Seivern.
T. W. Sawyer, Salley.
J. V Cook, Springfield, It. F. I). W. T Eubank*, Jackson,
P. I. Haney, Windsor. ll ll Rucker, Bath,
IL \\ De nny,- Vane!use,
1 •. T I.\ bt md, Wagent r J. W I tole. Route I
’■ A. I * ii men-,. Warrenville L ti Vinco, Ridge Spring Roy t lay* rn. Si ivern.
' I -vde, North \ ru-ta
CONTRI V MEETING OF I). A. R.
DR. BODIE FINISHES GRAMNC OF DUES
MAJORITY ARE GRADE “A”
Only 5is of Dairu** Fuimubin* Milk to Aiken County Produce * Grade •* Low a* “C\
In accordance with provident# of the "Standard Milk Ordinance” operative in the city of Aiken, * I am transmitting herewith for publication the grades of various dairies and milk producing plants supplying the pub-j lie with milk.
These grades are arrived at, or determined by, the average analysis of four or mort -amplex of milk from each producer and from two or more inspections of equipment and sanitary conditions of each plant Dr. William G. Bodle.
V: >v '-reed t - raw milk
un leas otherwise stated.
• Name of Producer liken Heights Dairy
C. C. Courtngy, \iktn Edgewood Farm, Aiken J. \ Goldman, Aiken
D. M George, Aiken
Pinchur t Dairy, Aiken Holley Guernsey Farm, Aiken "A * I.. VV dVard, Montmorenci "A
1 * mo- * Dairies, Inc. Augusta "(’
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'.Villi i» I! L. L
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<>nu> organt • i 1
en anni I nu ti and gr e-nule < ••ui'se was g Hit* hcock, St Prs ta the amount
nth ut the Hor.-e Were reported
be added by this - headed by Mrs. the preparation
I Merchant- of Fleming, .if Aug pal speaker at a I Masonic hall K (Fleming urged th
Aiken heard Mr. •ta, as the pnn I meting held in the idav night. Mr. merchants of \
ken to co-operatt in all ’heir effort* and lauded the vork done sn far along that line.
AIKEN PREP. HOLDS SPORT MEET TODAY
TWENTY FOUR EVENTS LISTED
Three Challenge Cup* Offered t Boy* Winning Mad Point* Two! Year* in Sticcetiion I ive Judge*
■ Ann ..ti -ji it day at lh* Aik ti; Preparatory ac Ii oui Will be held this afternoon mi tin school playing field at 2:30 o'clock and prizes will I
I ffercd rn twt nty-four c\ent -, 1 ■■
he precented by Mu Thomas Hitch I cock at the cmx lu-ion .of she met ? Prize* will be given by fro mi- and < parents.
J ii Ige- fur the exent will bi Winthrop ll , t lim f ii rd. J k Bs its, j I' Skiddy von Stadc, Gt rgc ll Mead. and ll igh J. Chi-h dm. Of tie1.ii -tart er- >s ill In*: Iiavid I lows, W B. Houlton and William E. Gar- I !. r.
Three challenge cups arc offered I in the -eriior, junior, and -uh .lunior i classes ' i boy • winning the nim nom j lier of point- two yeaj^jjrT uc*e—1< n Th«* meet will fie po-tp mcd until Friday in the event of rain ’I, - af i ti moon.
Li*t of Event*
List of * vents f dlow:
-onmr *10 A ini Dash tHuit ) Junior bu Yard Dash (Ih-at-l Sui)-Ji GO Va* ! Dash tH»*at I I inal Si 11! ic PLO \ ard ' bish.
Kl nal Juri mr fit) \ 11H I la- a I . i’ .I I Sub-J r. fit) 'i i ■■■ I Ha 1 .
Runt! rig Broad Jump, Si , J Sub Jr
kl j the monthly meeting of the D.
ti \ it wa- beld at the parsonage «»i
Ic he Baptist church on Monday af* )■• 11 (noon, Mr-. P. J McLean and .Mu delible I.. Brow ne w« re h"-te—e ,
I among the nut of-tnwn guc-t were Mn*. G .rev Rigby, and Me Grace Woodworth, of New Castle, Pa, Mi* Wilfred K. Daniels, Mr Claik and M s J. H. Flew.
SURASKY’S PLANS RETIREMENT SALE
\ two j.sum mn ad in another part of thn r ue antiounces lf M Bur sky' ale Friday which will mark the retirement from active business of it • f un der and owner, ll. M Surasky, because of ill health. All future management of the business I will be m the hand- of Mamie! Fur-; ashy, son of B. M. .Sura-ky, who has long been associated with ins father j
in ti ntablishmeni,
The immense stack has been turn j ed over '■> the J. ,S. Boger) Sales >y« tern who will Conduct this -lock re during -ale dining the entire two week; it will run.
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son, A r, John rid, Denmai
M. I i i»kiln, Johnston \\ i Ilia in A, Moblev, J ihn*' >n ' J. I, Mu hanks, liken
I t'l Walker, Aiken ‘
Alex Cm-well, Aiken 1
Foremost Dairies, Inc., Augusta pa teurized *
baptist Missionary Meeting March 26-28
The Rev. John Cuke, Mi*lion*ry lo < bin*, Will be Princ ipal Speaker— Aiken Dr legation F r per ted Hr ftr.
'This I- ne sale but is the
men! will bi public.
While the he of \ikei
a going out-of buxines-.. ng [nit on to reduce that the new manage bf! ter abl) to el se the
busine-.- men and pub
re grid to •' Mr Sui
ii- k' re • ireno nt from actual bu i ne -, tin x w ii! be glad to know tho'
he will a', til tune- keep in tough
Th • • ment WOK ll S T
under the able management of Ii . on, Maud' I.
Tile f'wonly eighth annual -ession of Baptist Woman’s Missionary I'Ilion auxiliary to the Baptist State Convention of South Carolina, will be held at Coker College, Hartsville, March 26 to 28, I PHO.
The opening session will be held <»n the evening of ''larch 26, and the closing one on Friday afternoon, the 2Hth. An attractive program con* iding cif inspirational address#* md ■ inferences ha- been arranged for thi- gathering Mrs. J. I). Chapman* •ate pre :dent, will preside.
TI ■ it -funding speaker in the ic l am will he Rev. John Lake,
"ii 'diary to China. Rev. W. S.
Br »oke, field man for the liaptiit Genet a1 Bourd, Mu- (ira o Well a, hi loran to China, Mo- France* T b da "f the Bapti-t Mi >n among
foreign* • - at Tampa. Fla . a rid others
will be beard.
!' is - xpei'« I that a d< legation '• on Aiken a ll attend these set*
PURSE SNATCHER ARRESTED FRIDAY
Whitney F ield Scene Of Polo Match Game
John A. May Will Go To Fraternity Meet
Paul Heston, Washington tennis familiar to Aikenite# were William professional is with the Edward B. (Bill) Tyler, who was in the city last McLean’s in Aiken for the winter, fall and who was eliminated 'in the lost Ur Ymrvnt Richards Friday iii first round of play. Also Rudolph the finals of the professional tennis! Noble, of Long Island, w*ho wa# de tournament held at We-t Palm felted by Heston on the fir-t day Beach, Fla., at the Palm Beach Ten-. play.
ms club. The score was: 6-0, 7-5, | The listed of seeded players ta
Ing part in the tournament were: Richards, Paul Hest n. formerh an assistant of George Aguilar, at Forest Hills; Charles M. Vhffd. ft.,
Over a thousand people miw the first polo match of the season to be played on Whitney field Saturday afternoon when the Reds won an 8-5 decision over the Blues.
: Ewing McKinney
C. V. Whitney Pinkerton
MiI Hosta Knox Dow*
Mr. John A. Mav, student at Wofford college, Spartanburg, will leaw on Friday for Wichita, Kan'a-, fur the National Pi K tppa Delta I orm-i • Fraternity Convention, and while I there will enter ’he National Debate Contest.
I he subject a ii he the Disarmament question a I both sides will be 11 batell, both atfinia?ive and rn ga
Capture Follows Hurry Call after Tourist’s Purse
was Snatched at Coiner of Richland Avenue md Lancaster Street.
; I :, AND ACCUSES TWO OTHER NEGROES
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Hu nile Ka* * Si no r i Heat • i ll mile Rim e J mior • Heat I t.iids' Race i Handicap Heat i I' mal Senior ii mile Ra *
’ F inal Junior Hurdle Bai •.
Final G rls’ Race.
11 igh J ump. Sr., Jr., Sub Jr.
Relay Race (Heats)
M it I i rC Race t ('ertifi* i t I* rial < f IS lav R . <•
Ob 'acle Race (Heal i Sr. i lbstucle Rio e (IR ut; > Jr. i >b 'ade Race Fir a1, Sr.
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Richards and Heston had survived a field of twenty seeded players who began play last Tuesday in the
fourth Southern, professional tennis of the Fiifrvrew Country Club, and tournament. Heston caught a su James Kenny, of th* Bath and Tennis perb Richards at the top of his gam# ! Club, of Palm Beach. Others in the and wa* defeated, but not until he group include Hana Hummel, of Get had turned in a fine second set, ex- many; Fldwm Faulkner, of the Boca tending Richards to seven games to Raton Club; James Mitchell, John ■beat him. Cardegna and Dan Kenney, of the
On Tuesday, the first day of play. Bath and Tennis Club; David Meharg, Richards disposed of David Meharg j of Aiken. Rudolph NoM and K .bort Aiken professional, in three set* i Murray, of the Palm Beach Term * 6-2, 6-2, 6-2. Meharg is an inatruc-1 Club; James Be van and Martin Sim
tor here this season and is with the George H. Meads every summer.
mons, of the Everglade* Club: Writ liam Tyler and Jack Roger*, of Palm
Paired with Wood Saturday agstn*t Beach, M he Dolan, of the .VI tm Richard* and Agutter. Heaton loot Beach Tennis Club; Arthur Rudolph, th# double contest by th* score f-8, private instructor for A G. Ka,
I i, 6-4, 7-5 , and Ge »#ge A Gutter, head prof#*
Other entrants in th# tournament *ional st Fores* Hril*
GIRI. SCOUTS HAVE IWO BANQUETS
Two suppers have featured 'ne activities of the Girl Scouts within the last week, on# a picnic lunch Friday night and a I finer M .nday evening honoring former members Both affairs were at their cabin
After the dinner F'rnlsy even rig movies were shown by Mux L ta Dolan, winter resident, some of which were taken during the summer of IU21 at Camp Kiwan:*.
Guests ,if h mar >n M >nday night were Miss * aeoline Purdue, i .*• hut# Pop# and Elizabeth M Nair
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Mr. and VC 4 John Kibler have returned to their home in Prosperity
trier s vifit of several day* to their *«>n, Chief VI ! Kibler
Whiff >i I ( oil*. this year in deb; .‘ (if seven ii (oh n \ May W iff OC I I '"bat ii awarded the Der Pi Kappa Delta mug six out o' hie "Iav lf VV ff
is i< ailing 'he ■ mg. having w sr
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is pi* sidcnt of Team and has t ee f Honor in fraternity Gr xeven debat* s
CONFER WITH .SLATE FORESTER "
• ,f \ ’ ini Martin, Chief Kibler arrextcd til' negro, I ; i lay - ght, at I and wa joined by Officer Ii it’’., wha •-.mi others, iplire t assisted iii taking the culprit t- Uw •sty barracks. Giving his name a* -(■buri* •! \ rn ie Martin, the n* gin
a the r t he natl bing and said
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MARRIES IN FIjORIDA
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image im Fbi na ( dm*. F la .
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HU** ( lark
Mr* « lark *'tended St kngela Academy in A en and fraJuated from ’hut institution several years ag ■ W bile a -‘ .dent th#f# *h# ma !« mens friends * no will arrah her much ti ap is (ne **
present the c nt: wh.’ have joined
me uniter rn * mher*
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were found. a pair if I • th. ground - : nped when
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■ t foil a a six-V e par' of of* ake 'he street* ladies at night. . f.ire# and an hi. patrolled
♦ ach night md force deserv#*
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