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BROLGHTO.V ~Â» Grange and that ftinwuid aiv.'ays (Continued from PÂ»ffe On*) ** on th * si dÂ« of the fanner. Some I opposition had been lodged state in years. In regard to the j against him by speculators FEPC measure, the candidate'for j tobacco market because !ht Senate said: . . . . . . "Race relationship Carolina., is better than' in the North or South, going to solve our race problems Class Afilnst Class : that the city if outside agitators will allow* us " ( NO patriotic purpose can be scr- to do so, and we won't need any 'vedby arraying class against federal legislation to aid us." ' ' or group against group, the He said.he has been a member date stated- as he urged a ---; -- NO PLAGE L I K E H O M E FOR REAL F O R D tin,uing to'Sefc'the siamlarrP 'tor world food production, we will be able to'le*ad : the world to pence,' Mi. Broughton concluded, i The former governor was'intro- duced .by H. E. Stacy, former senator.. Dr. jTi C. Johnson of Springs "presided a t ' ihe' Mr. Broughton was endorsed in brief, talks by Dr. D. S. Currie, Park-ton; Charles Stafford of Fairmont; Dr. Roscoe McMillan, OL Red Springs; and Judge L. R.