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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 13, 1929, Florence, South Carolina YOL. XXXIV 579 COVJSAS EASTERN SOUTH CAROLINA Did You Ever Stop To THINK? _tLOKKNCg._S. WIODNiC-SDAY A K LINDY SIX HOURS LATE AT HAVANA OF NEW ORLEANS MARDI GRAs" IlflTII t iri Rff 1 IT i A1K MAIL Gas-! que telegraphed Thcj _____- Morning News last night I Three Hour Speech By that the House of Kcpresent- Member Fails To Con ntlves had passed the relief vince All Of Listeners Joi stricken farmers in! Southern states, HAVANA. Cuba. Feb. _. Col, Charles A. J M at Camp Columbia llcli here j The Or.lr.nel his Pi I plane down on Hi, llf fr Blpr where officials ol the Pan American III rr AlTr anxiously iv.-iillnji ULl K'.Ji A stirve) which he mad; of the British Hon- carrving United Stale- Senate has already passed the bill -and it now goes to conference for the purpose ol: ironing out a few small dif- ferences. Cas- que has done some hard work for the relief of the stricken farmers and it looks like his efforts are about t become successful. Florence onh had a fint tourist hote just now, when the tourist are passing through in sucl large numbers, the citj would gain some valuable food will and advertising. is no clianci_ this year for a big hotel but the outlook for one next year is fine. The chamber of commerce has the matter well in hand. EXPLAINS_____FINANCES Owen D. Young Asks Sev- eral Questions Of Speak- er On Dawes Plan PARIS. Feb. 12 Till? chin! of contention in the repara- tion question, whether the Dawei- -Mi requires completion or i-cyl- on and now v.-as reached In to- ays session of the "Young Commlt- Dr. Hjalmar Schacht. president ol F.eichsbaiik, who h.ul the floo :iiiras Yucatan co.ists Je- him nearly six hours beyL-lK: the tin." wren he had been expect- ed to Havana. By a coincidence me gre-ucst for the safety of the r.viator present roun.l trip ninht to IhF Canal Zone with the mails fell on the very day that United Slate? Anib-iwador W. Morrow vr.uncPtl the ol h'.: daughter, Sptncrr Morrow, f tin youthful flier. Lindbergh lelc Belize at r, m, In company ;vilh anolher plane ind had been PXl.'ectecl to r'ach Miami. Fli.. the startint' point o his air mall tour, lain tortay. I not until early evening Ihi: word was that he iaiu1 rd sr.fely nt La pn Isolatfl por! 100 miles west of Havana. He re- fueled there tofoie this city. -Jay prescnt his version ol Ger- The iact that the big tourist hotel is not al- ready a reality cannot be uiarged to lack of interest 01 local people or agencies .whether they are in the hotel business or not. This ap- pears to be one case where real patience must be exer- cised. nany's economic strcnsili, provok- questions Irom the other dele- o-atcs as to the rale of taxation n- Germany In comparison with other Countries and as lo Hie of Owen D. Young, chairman of th lommittee. remarked Him th woik "is of the Daves plan seemed te up so satisfactorily that th question might be "Why Is th new committee The i resident retorted it must not be supposed ils presentation of the situation tha- 'he Dawes all that could -.e desired and that he would pro- evidence to show why It "lot. This evidence, which 'it ls c will be produced nt least onrt tomorrow, will doubtless fur- ilsh material for one or tvo hn- succeeding sessions Dr. Schacht. In a three-hour talk -xp nlned nls view why C rmahy not continue paylm- the year- s' amounts that it has hitherto paid The question thus raised was felt 0 show that Mr. Young, although in the most diplomatic rriJi. prepared to defend ne v.-ork of the first Dawes Com- Tilttr-c on which he played so prom nsiit a part, and the manner n! mien It hos been carried out fHAT-Hotels cost a lot of. money. Maybe that isj the reason the. big hotel? Florence has always, wanted, has not yet been built. The The questions asked across the ta- lc by the different delegates shov..- that they were not convinced by r. Schacht's argument. The Impression of today's session was particularly favorable In French Circles where Mr. renvirks CLINTON S, CARNES STARTS ONSENTENCE MILLEDGEVILLE. Ga.. Feb. 12 S. Carnes, mlddel-aged former treasurer of the Baptist Home crov Mission Board today began a five- ;_____ year prison sentence lor imbezzlemenL of mission board funds. Accompanied by Deputy sheriffs from Atlanta, he arrived at the stale prison in mid-afternoon and w.is .egistered and placed in tile dor- mitory to awnit medical examination THE MORNING NEWS d LETTER CONTEST PROVES SUCCESS HEIGHT OF "HESy Barographs Indicate Thai Ship Reached Allilud> Of Feet MISS WORLtT RECORD Two Fliers Push Upward In Temperalure Of 76 Below Zero DAYTON. Ohio. Feb. 12 Fly- i ieHe to an Indlcateel hclrht 00 feet vtiere wiis im FROIT I! U U I mm tin-.- VIRGINIA FARMER AT HIS OWN DOOR 'ned queen of that chy's fvl i alter of a h'rw r-'--n3 banker, was rui Gras cotebration. tomorrow morning. The class o! work he vlll be cillecl upon to do AIR MAIL PILOT SAVES BIG SCHOOL vill denend upon the examination. N. C., Feb. 13-M-, He Was sentenced to serve from I R- s rive to seven years last week after j N- C" Rlclimond- le plead guilty to one of 20 indict- i oal'ly lhls niornlnc iicnts pcndlns against him. H was tne stipulated in the crjrl record, how-i from destruction by that were be to seek release i "b.yidoiied building lonn- .y pardon until he had served five If "untersville Academy was In years the pending 19 Indictments'" wne" aviator about vculd be used against him. ifi'vln llis COU''M "ntl Carnes maintained his. usual quiet "If llu: wnt- inel colm as shown since his ar-, ipsldents of Ihc ost several months ago In Wlnnl- ndjacen- vhcn he entered the prison. 'H and when th, he third lime' in his caree. how- i the scene th ver. that he had heard prison Bat- threatened. clane after him. His rmt t.rn. "as dcst HOOVER RETURNS TO MIAMI BEACH HOME ------------vi'ifc j iciiiitiKJt careful to take no part In the leaving expression of the oncn difference of opinion to Mr Younej and Dr. Schacht on the work- ing of tin.- Dawes plan. CGOLiDGES ToluiT :Ung him. His" first ten as served in Clinton. Mo.. In 1915 ir nf the Trails ami hip sec jnd In 1917 for the same off CUSP The second term WOE ficrved -st th Atlanta Federal Pcntitcntlary. It WHS after his second scntcnci nnd release that Cnrncs obtained cm- the Baptist Home Mission Board and rose rapidly to a position of responsibility. At tho time of his arrest he bad full au- thority to borrow money for the l bpard as treasurer. Dr. L. R. Christie, president of the Home Mlssuin Board has an- I r.ounced that a complete report on i Ihe Carnes matter Is now being pre- fl I pared for the benefit of the Baptist B denomination, with the report it is hoped, he snld, to set at rest criti- cism of the light sentence Carnes wt J UU WASHINGTON. Feb. 12 MJ- question JS, wllO WO'lld fur i Snd Mrs' Couliuee expect to be nishdd money? It can SaV'T c- f well be imagined what a rea- i InJUred dy response there would be tnose daj's to a campaign i'oi a hundred or two thousands of dollars. Mardi Gras Street Parade as well facts in the face. Be pa- tient and the hotel will come. That- will be just when the f people of the city are ready to do their part in putting movement over the top. According to fig- ures given the secretary of the Columbia Chamber of Commerce South Carolina's population has increased since January 1920. It is of seme cancc -that this total M9.26S and 31.017 were; "Is on the afternoon 01 the Inau- i Duration day Ot Herbert Hoover for i MOBILE. Ala.. Feb. The m. l five-day Hard! Gras cirnlvil in r.-.i. coun- cltv cnme ''ill Al' lot lip SlHi biu-ugnipiis. iiistiilicd in y n-pi-cfiiMltittlVi-.s (if tin- Fnt- oil.UllKllJC to the KcdrMil lliireiu iiircH, at Washliif-tim said. m- -----_, After noting that the town roused, the pilot continued en hi 'ay to Atlanta. for Havana rntic party in the preAicIeniUi: j one the Hoover SmlL mVo BcieK1" S this mtcrnoon. Mr. Hoover rodo Bftcrnaon by wlth only the secret'wi-'virL ___________________ uir following. VSKS SHU1 BIDS Mls' Hoovcr the HI cords nrc WASHINGTON Pel) 12 'XptCled to rpflch Beach to- 'imrrow niorning. urn did not 1154 pliu'c ii i id bfcaufit i ilLinie clitl tint- n nfllclnl ffcuid. In if brought TO ruvriM i; KEY WEST, Pin., Fob. 12 iirilii'r cxi'ci'iinpnui) work with Lin oxyecti infiitcd nui.sk vhlrh (he has pmvod thill, men ciui csciipii fi-nm nitbmnrlncs jitrilHIe aid, will he coiultictcd In Koy IVi-si liarbor tomurrou' )jy the crow Hie SnlVfiyc'd siibmiTKlblu S--1. PAH 13. Mhn J. I evcn'i 11! GlTIK-Viil in Idil. not vcrrd Jnun an 1 Ii nf ii riiiK riioKi iniii- thi? shipping: boflrtl todny authorized .._______________________ call for bids un 243 vessels, all ships" required" as the government's up fleet f-x-j ijupplng hoaid operations. 0 F "ie shoollilK roii "lliud Rnine', Iher. is Mis convln I inn i-hlilHi eill it foiin-l Il.ior ,-111, In her Wldi; eonnly offleers and 10 II........... 'I'll? niolher noihliv, nf -imse of the HIKI' Dun Condition lhot he t 11 1101 MM I hi d t OR, NEW FARM CONTESTS COLIIMIMA. Feb. Dr W W. Cleinson college, dlrei-li' of .icrlcnltiiral osicnslon servlee In 'h- Ciirolin.i. '.innoi'iicf-cl lon.v b'sldes eo-i( the fi-nen re and betlei cotton" ronle.sr U'hleh 5.'J OIHJ In I; lir.ivldid bv Ihe fj.niin Cr.rolliu Cul- 'nn NTannf.idnr-r.s' nsso.-InlMn hi- ilflee this yenr ivcnilil ii.lmln'siei olhiM- still 'v.-.d" rornnr'ltdoi, I-sl'.'lled In (he o: In service lr, o s .Daily will run Into v.lh innumerable cisc, of frost bite WONDROOS BEAUTY; MEN IN ALL WALKS PAID HER COURT SHIPPING BOARD TO SELL ELEVEN SHIPS there can his reure.-.ieul from office, lie la said lo lie uml, his Meanwhile the packing of his many yllts J the firm's float en route lii WASHINGTON. Feb. 12 i.Vj-. Th, liippiiiu board tcday advised the Senate Commerce Cornm.uec of -t li'lention to North Atlantic the l-assengi-r Fleet moineucocs received dnr-' were rcpcrted. Ills term of office for hk _____ jpaitnre from the Whit, House i loin the parade this evcnins u-c-r< I I-aul W. Chapn i n. Inc of New Yo.-i Injuroa H'ocn a cigarette, who hss offjred for n from pas.-lr-.r; -It-ven ihips of united TI ignitwl th- cotton decoration, ron- 1 Amencnii Mcri Line, resen tin? Several After hearl.i the -IIM- escaoes from serious Injury I tlun b NEW YORK. Feb 12 Tin- TO WED MISS ANNE MORROW man ei-u- T'H- lun'n- ___ MKXICO (Try. IM-II I1' void (I 1 IKS nrt so tama mid nil i L1 that tiHi MI iinlh i hi bund Snini ('iTl'lmll'l" 'l; 111 L exuicitcd bj ho TlHi Ilrillsh is, s Un out of ihi told but niii. i v l( n p i (tints w is illy tx An-ui D" i n minimum 0[ ji; be'ov us KRihe-l At anJ Lo- H was la, ,md 17 tiiiaw ,r from tac B.iltlc whore about TO vesstto wire hi Id up by'lce Most at mem me ot Btitish Swedish and Nonvipian r eistmlum Some of t the tiiin-.-. jTi, In ost bi-enu! One tlia-f otiis-r IMHS'S wss Aniprlrrut ncMicss. AIIIK> Sirh Tlfincl. ihcn rtp'jcariii.' ;n St ;t iund And tnt.i.y. HI, ?h is- viicu S.K- t'li i.n-" r1-'-. t the of 77. -va-, t.- I m MM "arln. n-ln-r vci- i i vith f'-clin" as -.he siill, "Shi- WHS tbf. ,no.-it Kloiloiw v 'if.. won inn I luul cvei- Hip ni m furt' bcjulv in thft world tho 'i -vhiin Mus w.itchcd 1 llii'on-ii lohhv of thiU Kin- a fneiiri 'he Prlne.- Ktici- Fdw.iid VII, of Grt MMIIV of mnst jiromlnc pupil. of Nov.- York WITP i.l I MKXIC'U CITY. I-i'l AiiibaKsiKlor W I Mnn'i'v iinnou i i tli ui Ills daujilncr Anne biiiles A AMIH- Spencer Morrow .1 :.l Ilir AllHTii.'itii limhiissy .u'l ;irL'iil.s. 'I'bc yuuiifi fir .net 'A hi :i c.iliiiiPl ni.it ils f.iiu'Hi--: KOI 'I lirciilenlni; Icttpr Pn-sUlciH Kinilo 1 and his pn-dcccssnr In ofllr en KliiiK Ci.lR-s. Tlirtru in on- nil -xplndi-d bomb', brrn rnuiul li .ui I litt "Nut HevoluUnniiry I'nr- l.y." wliu-h Is dcdtc.it I'd to t-rcscrvi I ho policies and the luf The Ii'Mcrs ic'-fivcd hy FOM-I-M' Pn'.sidi'iit. Crillr'ii-sh nKo thrc l-idn.iplnij "f bis wifo <.f Thumns Arnnld Mobinsnn New Voi'li. now in buiinoss in M Un-l uivlcr hive hrrn hrlrt. which L e wslcom. iw 'In Ihn 'Ihero tn nppinximnlrlv ship n tho novrininrnl'j !cld-up Heel including About in ol iho type. About 100 vessels arc by in, board -nlfji So: I he .if a rtlstln. HI not wi'allliv Dinr hn' inlv nni' lo hrr vi-ii-k i-own. The flritlsl- Millais. who WIIK also fif.n i- ol rnlntpri her imrl l.'Bll. Me (alien n l.....' hc ind kllitil luKbiuul Gnnit- IKIIII. ;i smvinill dird las! Friday nmh; from ;i d] vrift- lie lijcd itlln 111 Di-rl ,.r jiyy ptiiMini j suicide Inn ri'lauvcs J. V. Bo5i KETCH MH TIME i c3iT5 TO --I RECKN I 'i Toa MUCH STAYlw'ouT a' M ol Misrule. Amoni; rvidnnfes wei'o Joyouq danee. Tonluhl tin- puh'le mn to end hv Uv bn! continued u >med a! N Ivill. where the Kin" One, tojjled In Ihr-lr fn.-r.vrlt their relon. which nt nildnlTln m Win- (o '1o of lentrn Covnlval thlH vej was Wllllnm M. 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