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   Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 14, 1929, Florence, South Carolina                             'Ilk Vf'L XXXTV 580 COV.E.RS EASTERN SOUTH CAROLINA Did You Ever Stop To THINK? "J.HA S mth has OF MESSAGES J I I U J-r U BELIEF SILL F iREACfl ANNE MORROW I'UICK KIVI-: CKNTS got his bill for the reliel' _____ of urmers in the stricken Senator Smith Wires Good areas of dx states through, and as soon as the President sitfiis the bill ]uans )JL, available for the purchase'of seed, feed and fertilizer. accepting thej House cut fi-oni 000 to a million dollars for each of the south- News Soon After Senate Acts j' Measure Now Goes To President Coclidge For Approval era states mentioned in the bill, the Senator was right, as the needs of the stricken farmers are such that a dol- lar now would be many limes that later on. Florence girls under the 'direction o Miss Rhcy Werblun, gradu ate physical a wonderfully fine exhibitioi at the Colonial Theatre las n ght. The act wortli.v of the finest performances .staged by professionals. Florence manifested its appreciation for the of CTDowJ's the- atre in brining the talking picture here by filling the theatre every day of the Ihree clays "Abie's Ir'sh Rose1' was It was not only a wonderfully ap- pealing picture but the sound effects made it strikingly enjoyable. "I nru your paper the Inform fanners sinrm ar-i men re hcf was finally upon tills :nor E. D SiiH'i in" a iele'Ji-i the Morning Ne.v.s. revived Sc-I- i t: his "The houso reduce-! from {15.000.000 :.s pas-oil MEXICO CITY, Feb. la ounti-ineiu cf the appror.chlii" mar- riage between Miss Anne Morrow nnc Charles A. Lindbergh brought lielugc of coiisratulntory mcssasc.- to Ambassador j daughter from all parts oi the ivorld. Miss .Morrow, hlushingly unaccus- Icmed io sneh a dinzy height of in- 'ernatlomi: fame, spent .iiost of the day noting ih0 slsnaturc.s of her well-wishers. These included form- school fiiends, relatives, friends of her family and a distinguished 'iu of men and v-oir.en known In '-oild affairs, some messages were received even from persons whom ATlss Morrow did not know and whose chief for sending the mes- sages was ihiiir interest In Col Lindbergh i.nd his romantic, digres- sion from aviation. Miss Morrow scent the buli.-st de.y he'- life but nlglltla'I found' her slill beaming and surroundin" by tokens of her nev fame. Her fath- er, whose ambassadorial duties re- lentlessly oblige him to spend hours at his desk, found It necessary tc devote considerable time to answer- 115 telephone cal.s. reading ftleclta- llons and receiving visitors. All papers in Mexico City today Llbllshed news of the. vith pictures of Col. Lindbergh. A ?w were fortunate enough to ob- uii picture? or Miss Morrow. She iElilrcs to have her picture takin EDWARD J, HIGGiNS HEADS SALVATION ARMY 'WOMAN HELD FOR KILLING CHILDREN; M ecnlal e the Unite-? Sliti IU I oi llu- Salva i-iin Army is sliifl. Me been in close touch "ncl ill the same lime hits heen r., MiU'ncan commissioners because his ,-f nmtliliniK in "e'v Kvnernl lived fur eiVlit years at Vcnion, y. Senator 'err.im to The M A. II. Oasqtie. -icte-r. favorably on the bill, -.cli'd on the nun ciiffcrence.s. s; !jy Inc house ennferenee for According to .Senator Smith's ihe S'.'iia'.e ncceptid ll'e 1101143 rime-its to fno bill, i- Senile by Senator Slnllh. tl "ize- !il, apnroprialion of C.G.- .00000 for 'to storm siiffcrei-p. Southeastern States and tin neasnre Is now in the o Coolictc" for his approval Con.'iffcsrmin Gasque and Sen itoi mlth have bec-i exjraordl- sry cffm's In their respective po- -itions to sccur? some de-ree of re- 'ief !or the stricken fr.rmers anc1 hey :.r; to bo upon h- sn-jce.'-.s they hiv.. attained measure maite THREE STILLS ARE CAPTURED BY TWO RAIDING 'OFFICERS Three big whiskey stills as a purl of n dr.ys work, together with 19 barrels of mash, was Ihe record made Tuesday by Oiiitcd Stales Dcpntv M.irshall F. B. Lister and Deputj Sheriff w. C. Eichelbcrger. They v-vrr. raiding in that pare of Pec Dee river swamp commonly known as "the neck." One of the stills wus 150 gallon alfalr while the othei two wore declared to be ol 100 gal- Ion capacity each. Th SECRETARY JARDINE' WILL RETIRE FROM !ABINET JIARGH 4 Head Of Agriculture De- partment fo Take Job With Fruit Men WASHINGTON, Fel retary Jardine announced today that he would relirc ,s head of the De- mment of Agriculture on Mprcn to ctept i position as counsel for 'h, Federate! Fruii and Vegetable JOrowers with of- t New S. A. Head in 'flu. to Mr. Jardlne re- in o v e d himself j.rom consideration is n possible mem- loci' of President- Si e u t Hoover's j 1 ih.net in a form- j H statement v-'iirh leclaled that "be- j ansc of obligation I o n 1 iinlly l-'-xcailive Overlooks Olijeclion Io 1 ime Cln use ROVIDr: MONEY oily Millions Will Be Made Available For Use This Year .1. ElllllilN.- Former Chief of Slair who was eien-ted General of the Sal- vation Army last night, by the high council following a fifi io U vote declaring Bramwell Booth as unfit for servlee. griculture secretary ion capacity each. The mash wnr .sccreiary said he poured out and the stills cut to I uusltlon" nn pieces The biggest of the outfit, i lllld vegetable growers-.. looked like ll had been running for with two years or more, accordln _ cash purchase CI the Jep.SOIl 'upervlfilon to oe imposed hy illVfilvinrr ji I secretary of agriculture. many thousands The money -.voukl be only ,of dollars, is Silfnificanl ofi'01' of purchasing seed, ji -feed and fertilizer, and V.'IIK deaign- O'llSlncSS po.ssib-ilitios to relieve those who suffered in rpivii tho harricnnes of last fall. lUKt.- Hileil as much' The states alfected would be Vlr- money as was'needed lo glnla Njnh alld Sout1' Carolina. "cl-ULU lo IJUJ- Georgia. Florida Alabama, this property was i'ortlu-om-; ins at a moment's notice, business conditions would not! appear to be as bad here as' 'they have been painted. the suc- cess of the Flor- ence county Y M ,'A., iflicors. Eichelberger's record "dl seizures since January 19 stands I'Oxv at 33 stills. LfNDY MAKES TWO RESCUE FLIGHTS tlie itandiny that he will give to 'i   seir.-h for Rogers. agricuhurt.- hnd advocate RENO. Nev.. Feb. 13 Moss Zuino fur the Ku Klux klan'a't' Wiisii'l'i ll. sullen a sanies ana BO iO.TOON. Feb. 13 Europe. '.vhlch has been conijeiUlng lor i niKler a cold wave of greater in than some sections had j lor 200 years. tixlav the full effects of ,-irciic I 'isltalion. Cotd nnd food have bi'- 'iiine the crying needs of noinc ronn- I wliile me irovennienls of I "hers vtrc trying lo Hnd in, mis ii threiteiii-d shortages in I 'hese necessities of lire. M except Spain i.iul Ihe southerly-porlions of lli.linn ;lld Balkan Hellinsulns. have been uf. ,ecud by the weather. Death has come lo whole groups ii, ihe Balkan .Slates. inllucHM has inereasid hi -i-lcnsity and many face because mo stop- of r-r.Kl supplies. Al ihe other cud of the con'.lni-nt. r the 'far north of the Scandinavian IVnm.sula. temperatures have been above normal. Thorp Is. however amount of in ihose re- i '.'.'IIS. Swedish. sr.ul e. o.il't from Stockholm, believe toai r nnpreutUented cold hsis been oiifci'd by higher temperatures In Mie eul stream.' They nnve iieard that 'they have been five degrees ,nore than lli.n.ll and they think iiil- ln'...rrupted Ihe res'nlnr liherlc pressure fields. The result has been high barometer records ove- central Europe accon- bv slant easterly winds bringing extrem, __ "I Hie Ainerlnui Anibn.s.i.idor to Mexico, but t i nif: problems readily A, In Malfli between llu N'oMll mid Soinh Cell Undbeifh aald it was not tialiii, d m hiiul pa.sscnsciT uiilll "the IIIIIKI n.lnnlc detail and eolnmunlcailon has been worked nil A crowd estimaled at II.OOO l.liulberglrs nrrlvat today uii liiiiit lo L at him WAS Tien L-.il nvlnroi vvliu Is an air transportation In I his country Barely had hi time to receive tin velcjnu, and ,t his Innch befoii he Colonel I ".....'i1'" 'or Amphibian p t n, n which Lieu n, nl Slum i ml H. I. Dnnlen were forced down nic'-l in ihe ciulf. Miami for the North had not sel lonight and he did nol. say whc- he would stop at Sapelo'island He has heel, .nvifd Ixl visit tlnnent M. Keys, of I I'atlsConllnental Aviation Cornnru tion ihere. He Is expected to announce lo- ilu- in, B, HARRIS NAMED AS TAX COLLECTOR I) llnrrl... it I j, erday. has h.'en ,ip- ol T -1'ir for Florence eoliiily News of his nppoliilmeiil ir ivrd wilh phitsure nnd :ipniV.il I us rnemis hi-ri- ami m Mr. Harris ila I i n of tile la.< i-iillivlliin dvpirl m nl .f lilt ulliu of llu sin ft I Ihe pasl lour years and retard, i 11 n 
                            

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