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   Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 8, 1929, Florence, South Carolina                             JSASTZRW SOUTH CAROLINA XXXIV 575 Did You Ever Stop To THINK? C., KH1DAV 110KNING, i THE nn T 'HAT-Everybocly fj OVC JCT the House of Ropresen-i LffU i the House of Ropresen-j tatives would launch a on a measure so constructive i-3 Uiicken Rancher and urgent as the bond issue j to complete the eounty-to cc-unty system of permanent! today, instead of I twenty years from now. what a quarter of a but -_ cen- tury hence some new means of locomotion may have been invented and that surface roads will have become re- legated to the rear. Science an invention are proceeding apace. They do not operate on the pay-as-you-go plan. With them it is touch and go. Found Guilty By Jury At Riverside Thanks Jury After Verdict, His Voice Remaining Clear, Firm RIVERSIDE, Cfll., Feb _A Jury which Had occn deliberating the fate of Gordon Stewart Nor'th- EOtt. charged with the killing of three youttlu at his Winevlllc ranch, returned a vc-rdicl of murder In the first degree lonlgnt after it ha; highest submitted for the Atlan- tic Fleet-of government vcs-j isels is and thisja the Leviathan, the; king ship of them all. The'can boy- Senate is not so much dis-j turbed over the sacrifice as] 'r it is over the possibility that its iVerogatives may have been usurped by the shipping board. bieu out three nours. Tli0 verdict earned with It tl.e death penalty George ll. Freeman asked I hc to poll the July. A poll 15 entirely unneces- sary, your Northcott said rising calmly to his feet and spent.-' Ing in an uuquaverlng voice "I wish to thank the hc Earl a moment Inter, 'Tor the attention i'r hjui given me." The jurymen touM Norhcott guil- PAKEOTSTO REMARRY HAWKS BREAKS WEST-EATFlicORD Federal Reserve Ultimatum On Speculative Credit Hits Market (MANY HEAVY LOSES Thousands Of Shares Are Dumped On Floor At Opening Hour NCW }OIIK. Feb. 7 Two bllllin cactlun Krunltcd through the efforts of their daughter, Marilyn Miller musical comedy star, "Papa" and -Mamma" Miller will re- marry in Leo Angeles. They arc shown alter their reconciliation. Selfishness is mani- festing itself today in per- .sonal, business, and political matters to a degree that maketh the heart sick Moral obligations are obsolete. Le- gal obligations are subject to interpretation by judge and jury, human beings just like the rest oi us and no better 'Or nor worse. EYES COUNT GUESTS, GUARD THEM FROM FIRE A S SCIENTISTS DINE NEW YORK, Feb. 7 watched the guests at a sclen- to him and askcu: "How did I con-' ctuct JuJgti Freeman set Monday at 10 a. in., for sentence. u is under- stood Northcott will me an appeal Investigation to have beei. cott was start Sanford Clark. a.dian's nephew, told a story of grave. I dinner was the annual' meet the American Institute bTork. Cn a platform for U __.. ol' murders alleged itllfc dinner here "tonight, counts ;n committed by Norih-j them, guarded them from a fire rted Kept. 14, 1028, when! substituted almost human" stunt i-utu icu vjcjji. 14, Wild! i  wn as match'n t H ij u] out today hi u .swecnh tn ttic Ni-w York Stock Exchnnxi- uau.iiti b the Pi 'oral Reserve Uonnl'n ultimatun tliat snpculntlve crfdil must be restniInert by Iho from 4 5 j ,'cr cent In the Dunk of EiiKfnnirs tils ount rat-, cheoklne flow oi B0 rcni London to New York. Blorks of 5000 lu 20.000 shares wr c Into the mnrkpt nt thr onpni HIP rpsult that dcclin-s ii hr nr.tli'c IsHiirt rnnirpd from 13 tn SI" A rccovpry rnsui-d Ijpfore no" i fnli'-d to hold nnH tlie marki I -intd wppfc aiifitn In the Inst hum with fifty KSIIOB p'oRlns u( net dc ISIPS of 15 to a slmre. Trailing storttd ort at brisk paw. In the Hist two hours runnlii" sharps, bin -.lowed dowf ,nter. The dny'a sales were ri 211 00 shares as contrasted with the retort rtflkliw loth! of n-arly 7 000.001) iliart. jn November 2.1 last. Governors of the exchange voted totlnr to clo'ip ttip cxenanKe. on jt' cri'er to afford relief to personnel o Member houses from the effects of cn-Jsed by 111 enidemlr of lufluni-'a clurln- rpccnpt mo-iths. Similar ncttor i wna taken by the Now York Curb Mnrkei OHIclnl nmiouncement also wns rotuii- today thnt the proponed 25 per cent in- In mcmbe.rfiJiip. arldlne 275 to IV totfll of 1100. hnd been annrovrd Pnderal Reserve Brokers' niDtiritltii; total of which Inspired thr r-- .wnt'nlrur. announced nft'.-r f.f "ended thr- to nnoi''p hh-h .-pt (s.Tfln onn nnn. with a total of ,1 Directors of the New York Federal Re- icrve Bjutt announced no "chantc in i iu 1, per. cent rediscount rate, which hit bt-en in cnect :stnte U.1B2B. 1M EXECUTIVE I House Accepts Amend- ments Of Senate To Crui- ser Building Measure 'FOR SIXTEEN" VESSELS President Not Likely To Veto Legislation Over lime Clause Capl. Frank Hawks n trimHconUnc.iinl non-ston rei.oru from LCs Angclu to Now York when he landed at IUKKMT! field. New York. Just 18 hours, 21 mlm.lra mid 50 wcoml, nflr, I, s taktnff In Los Angeles. He Ijcllored the record of Art ClocDpl bv mlm.tes ami one second. U RED DISPROVING STATEMENTS OF WIFE MURDER SUSPECT f CASUALTIES TOTAL HOOVER WOlS ON SINCLAIR WES TO KEEP OOT OF M J fs wno to travel by special pull- ;r.a.ns, shipping their cars by freight, are now rid- ;rg n comfort from Maine to Florida on paved roads and rs they pass through the var- ious towns and dues enroule, Mutinies stop a while lo see 'nt i.s doing to gain a ash outlook on life. In- iilentally they a coin re and there in the busy marts of trade. WASHINGTON. F-o. 7 The District of Columbia Court of Ap- ueals was nskecl today by Counsel lot Harry F. Sinclah to set aside his sentence of six months on charge of contempt or court on the grounr' '-hat the Jury shadovlng during tiic oil man's conspiracy trial with Al- N'rt B. Fall fell "ror short" of this offensn. Appeals were made nlso on behali of K. Mason Day. who was sentence'' serve four months; William J (Pathans Throw Away Clubs; Now Use Knives In Expert Manner BOMBAY. 7 Bombay today experienced itb fifth successive day ol riots Hin- p dua and Moslem calhans. Tonlgh military reinfoi cements had arrive j .ind n meeting of citizens was INAOGURAL- SPEECH BEACH. Fla., Feb. 7 only a few ralleri on his !is .oday, Prpskleiit Elect Huovcr v ible to conslderal-b nl" h: to his inaugural address nn o further coiUTences with tor Smoot. of Utah, chairman of ih" ocnate Finance Committee. ha: been his house guest. The senator will leave tomorrow fo! Washington and is expected to carry Lo congressional leaders a lull re- :ort of the views of the next presi- dent 311 the legislative question; vhlch are to come belore tlie seventy, 'irst congress ut the extra session o be called :n April. S D A ENGINEER PREDICTS SUCCESS FOR SOUTIUAROLINA ;W. S. Muri-nv Cites Future Progress Of State'To I General- Assembly COLUMBIA. S. C., Feb. 7 M-i- .cmb-i.i; qf the South in joint session tujj j I listened to a gra; hie story of i j.'OglCss und of tlu1 slat i when uUdrestjed uy W.. S. ilurrbiy. o stw VorK, senior member 01 ill i in n. ,vluna.y und P.ojj. c IIHLU, j Ing engineers in chnrpp nf Uit> s- j -uda-Mydro-electric power .claui. near i Columbia. "I can't think of H garden of op- portunities Vliere more beautiful -lowers of progress can yrow" tiu- jpoakur said in smnniing up South CiiroHna's iuturc as ho sees it. "You: .laic today presents ;m awiikcncd cit- Lxenship, JFOU have hot j oeen so" he continued, as hc d-A-ch' j jpon the more, recent activities tlm, 1 caught the eye ol the world Ho spoke of thn work ol the YORK, S. C.. Feb. 7 rvldenc disproving by Knfo cliaigttd wllli tho miirdt1.'  .Witlk lwo 'lifi confltlpncc of the W.irrln_. Hocicn- rrllcr nnil <'on  Snhida and Kin -cr (ii'vlnprni'iUs, hoi.licr iniiiis ;.lrcndy cnmplptcd. SoiiTiTT.ir oiina would havft the Inrgcst wiitcr capita of any of the 1 'Mi rf-nisirks. the speak- rr expressed ills appreciation for thr cilvllr-ijc of atldros'ilnn the body an th.inkcd t.hcm for having irtm "I T'f Mist Rxpnnse which Is to Imh; hnpminrlstl watrra MY Murray was rscortcd to Mr- ftfind by Smntors Hnm  Hi 1 mall" ;ind would make his trij Jon Sunday. At tlic auine time Ih authorities olsClosCd the ,i mount uf mail n wit i ting Jus flish' iir. thc> Cilstobal postofMce. The Post of fire iiov- ever, hns ruled Hint LlndbfrRli only uiiili o: iLj.niulii.; In Hid Canal and I.HIH may '-u clou'ii tli- c.irfjo to he on the from the amount nov.r a' I tlit. fo-itoffirt. now und Sunday Coi'-m-1 will mnkc nijotnor of lit- 1 will flighl lo CuIoDihl- -iy .1 ro.npliment to (h'1 'f.r the made to ttu- Uirtcri If ales iiist yc.il by out- of !ln Mi-ndt-K. HlP pfKilOfflCC Olill l.'n-i (odiiy 'n sM'fj icsi u nn -.VIT t.n.. rinlombia lut-i ;jr ni'i n In: tin- tJnin Ilprctnion- i po baitnrd v.ni'in a hfHMi'lnrli-ls brcau.ie j 01 iilr scrvi. I. a Oerm.iii niK.ein in nlMMhia. ni.ii inn1; mid I'! ''OD-nill' lluhl- over n icii.-li Hon'-t.i. thf ,al. th.-.t, ;mti w il M mm t NOMINATED AS NEW MARINE COUPS HEAD President Coolidpe Sends His Name To Senate For Confirmation WASHINGTON. GenrrHl WcnduJl C. Nevlli? niandcr of tne Marine corp.s :I. Ouanticu. was uonilnati-d tocl.iy bv I'msidfiit. C-jolldtic hi .succeed 'Gun-nil John A UJcunu as coni- inandftiit of ihc .Marine corps. The st'iiat-c- cnnflnn thv num- inntfon hpfiiri- Uciif-nit can lake over the which win roiiic vacant Mnrcli 0, when tx'Jeimu'fi term General NevllL- etrvcd wr.h dls- tincii.-.n In Amci'lcnn nry lurces in France dumi" World war. H, tile nt Maniu'fc IP (he V- ulm. j the foiinji Marine -ii ions, tin? M.irij.rh srioi. St. C.imjiacnf tin- Mi'ts.-t' Ar Afit-i tjn- arniMire h.- d in inking tho ('oblcin WASHINGTON. Feb. u ivuorU vote ths house tb- tiny accepted senate amendments to (iie naviii construction bill" and scijt the to the White House. I he bill proposes strengthening the nation's sea fighting forct-s by 15 cruisers find one aircraft carrier and stipulates thtit worl: must be .started on nil vessels by July 1, j 1931. President Coolldge had urgsd elimination of this requirement buG refused to accede to hla views. Mr. Coulldye has his pleusur? uvcr rnicntlon of this pio- vlslon but al ihe same, time hua been represented feeling that this did not jiecesa-.i'.ly Imply he woulj vote tlv; legtslation. A number oi seinitors and hoti'.K mcmoers toUay ircoly predicted In- would approve the mensuie. The i.rogram, submitted to in are thnn a year ago w the ladt, of the nnijor admlnla- iratlon incasurcji before congress aud Its today clears the ralcmliirs of all big legislative pro- potaUs with thr exception of several or the annual batch of supply meas- ures. Final action the navul pro- nim was tala-n by the house a few minutes after it convened at noon. Chairman BrilUn of the naval com- mittee, called ihc measure up and naked unanimous consent for con- curreno? In ain-jiidmets adopted by. the senate, Hie major revision being the Boftiii-llcccI pioposal calling fof an InttrnftUpnjil ugt'ccmcnt rights ol'ileUtrAls at tlmc. Rcpiesontutlvc Denio- Alabama, ho.vever, objected" to iJriitcn'.t request .ind the commlt- .ce chalnrian Uicn offered a motion thnt tlie lunific accept the senate This wns done In short or- Icr after n proposal by Hud-Ucston lad been rejected. Alabaman sought Incorpora- lon In the bill cf a provision to I give the prcsulrnt the autliority 1 juspend any or all or tlie proposed contitaicilon In the t-vtnt "of an agro'jii'i'm beiny r with Greii., Britain on tlio neutral rights pro- A year ayo luuse passed the; j by a vote of '281 ta 57. At thai -hue U emijodieJ authnriuy lor :JK- i iu -step tlic building In i the D veil i of afci'teaicm be I i -lorM on uirth.-r navHi llir.i- Uttion. This was rettalnea by tha i senite. r Tii: cruisors WL'ul.1 be of i tons e.uli, ihc- iurgc.si dlsulaccmciu i permuted undr- thr Naval treaty except for aircraft cur- rlcia ind the navy depart men t hiiS indicnt-d the carrier provided for in j tlie bill will be ol tons tlis- placement or less than half the fila? of Lexington HIK! Saratoga have a displacement of 000 tons each. It President. Coolldge should sign th.- hill tomorrow or the day. pome house monihiTs prod let. Chair- man Britten pi'tis lo inrorporafe in tho pencilnj Navy do- puftniL'iit approp.'iiition bill to stitrl work nn five nf the cruisers :nid tht- r.uricr of the pro- has hern p-] at 5274.000.000. UTiMiHAM r.uv IlollH TUIIHT. M. .M.n of Mr. and M'1-; n I or the h'ifiiniham dif-ri .u ;lu- inmie of ht> i n'tt vesterd.iv ir after a lit.- rlmr and thi IMI '..'iv.ri.j, wiil lu-Hi fli By J. P. Alley this (i Missing Rock Hill Man Found Dead In Columbia 0011'M.niA. ;'j. c i-vii 7 Ilrnninn 47. ..f r ;ni.-in MIII luinc tlu l.iM tw 'r---- v n1 vl.cn h.- Siody was di .11 'in .1' in-ill lioii-l. a huiie '-riir'.. in 'tic .'ir.i'i miui'-i vDitm vi-rr ff-un nicindhi- dnc d tn tin 'vido-f. I! I, INV- HI'] in.-nn-T i( Ih ..-M M- .t- n iir.-Hftv ,imi Dim lif lia'i f.ilkrti ivtlh him th-i-i IV.M-, body W.IN rtisrovfrrt] a brll bnv. will Il- l-Mil. trrrtrclliKC I" W. 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