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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 7, 1929, Florence, South Carolina VOL. XXXIV 574" COVERS A STERN SOUTH CAROLINA. Did You Ever Stop To THINK? JLA A X il JLV 0 six of the 46 members of the senate last night joined in offering H bill tcr a bond issue to com- plete at the earliest possible JAorr.ent the state highway system o: paved roads. HELL HOLE SWAMP CITIZEN RONS WILD ill BlITIFPlfi111 GmLESTON ILL N UI PRESIDENT COOLfDHlEiCATiNG''Bqr'MEMORiAL' is a mighty good start and the hope is that it will have a happy] ending. takes only a day' cr two like yesterday to con- vince a suffering public that! One Hundred paved roads in these clays! Vote With Richards- cf progress are as necessary! Nine Are Opposed as were steel rails .some; -years ago. ;SHORT DEBATE HELD writers1 do I Assemblymen Also Kill not seem to agree in the! Rittenberg Anti-Capital of the Hoover cab-j Punishment Bill -U- they are at a loss in; IHealey 53, Jumped to the rumiliv, their glleSSOS as to "who iV Pcb- the cm and flourished his Klchard.. Sunday law 'veto was revolver. The man, who said h, 111 the presidential upheld by the house 100 J- W. Orooms. tried to throv v'hoice. In the meanrhnn if .rlfl" Place Him Under Arrest On Liquor Charge CHARLESTON, S. C.. Feb. C of the wilds of Hell Hole Swamp, Berkeley county moonshin- ers' paradise, came a citizen thi afternoon who cared not for the law. He defied police, and it took a tol but in the hands of chief detec- live John J. Hcaley of Charleston, to subdue him after an automobile cruise through Charleston's streets, j "I'm from Berkeley countv." lie shouted al delectives w.io ordered him to stop. "What do I care fo- policeV" and he stepped on tile gas The chase ended when Chief Healey 53, Jumped to the runnliw 0 choice. In the meantime it a two-hour session. tutt. Davirl I. Young, stile .is announced that Jlr Hoov- a "-'lings was further icalur- had Joined in the chasn U JldS (iLCidt'd Upon the men of a sis-cent the city officers auoll tl-.l the Scnale GO to 111 an' Weie killed 111 the COUrse' parts of the stale, ho was a'-'lon in orde wHh t d h senator declared today he nvmla of a year on thc railroads as The llouse "re mis ai-3 killed every day on the Mr- Kreps. -won't hn" I "POU it. valid pVen If AC "--LJU" u'i inc me Alabaman defended tl: .MAN W-IXKS Ar IHII.II ti- i n.v.t. wlnla-.l at a jjlii in. day. The Clrl whike'd in; l.iolis-.- Hinllcil .Inch "V'i viivj IILI to I lie holv Tin nil I IllOlhftr. lrV "I- I" "'dock for the pu'f5'1 ,b, I.American hu.slnc.ss m-n pose of an fflcial ainioun ce- i wns no1 "m-lu- I-IVP. Knliclio- Ol-.-nn said. Her l-.ui- In': iMlvauccf, the theory Milr-i.h-. thai her craidltlnn mi-Ill Invi- lake her lif- TO HUE TEST OF SU8 II DEVICE AT DEPffl OF OVER 100 pi.in-, .o to Panama l Jor Sir Joseph, a Thi treaty question will he Iho iialacc. Cardinal Oas- i' pnrrl, Papal se part of I 20.' All, ..m1 Vni-oner. lurv the Afl.-r '.....n, and K. I the I -v.l Ciu-ini b. ,1 -i '.-n.le hi- v-11! illi.e ill.o.ird the TIXIIS -Iccp 'In- carrier Saratoga. iiis i-roL-t.im 1-Yuliiy includes a I'-'uin il.iiii lu fuu. ('-'I i.l.idbiTCii ann.mnced lhat ho wou.cl his return flight to Mla- Sund.iy mornlns, makluR the some us nn i hi, southern rili-ht. I-'rniM Monday at KM l he .i.i'.dliu-. iioiiny 1 Mi.-i-i.il luaiiic.in.-d the scheduli'-rt iniiiii.-d oui b, uu, .Miami ho a'. llaviun.cmiiincd over at IM. N'c all fullrn relatio lid the I !Klnq w.. I'" P'lknown IMrtlni Ins-, nf I.I "Kllct. N C nl Silillh in an rllori Ir. I.e.. He led ,it n. m Tucs- in day pained brlclly at Boilil lope wa- ni-cp Wo. at .1--I5
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