Time Clock: Come South, Man Young

For Yankee youth, Colonel Harry M. Ayers, publisher of the Anniston, Ala. Star, last week had a few words of advice: "Come south, young man." Since World War II, Ayers pointed out tat the 27th anniversary of the founding of Wooster School in Danbury, Conn., capital has been pouring into the South. Even so, said Ayers, "the South is still an undeveloped region." Youth, said he, would discover, as Northern industry had, that in the South "competition is not so keen as it is in other regions," and "condiditions are so much better...

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