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   Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 16, 1929, Florence, South Carolina                             VOL; XXXIV 582" COVJEJR.S J5ASTERJV SOUTH CAROLINA Did BL05E II "H Stop To THINK? The condition the dirt roaa i in this and other counties following the steady downpour of yester- day ought ID be sufficient argumunt for immediate completion of the luml.sur- f JIILTC! system of highways in Sc-Jth Carolina'. Plan was alright as a starter but it is such a poor finisher that some other plan must take its phce if South Carolina is ever to have gout, reads. I'liin-; RVK usual the charge of graft and waste is be- Senator Predicts Campaign Unless Pe; Vote On Bond Bill SEES OLETCHAMPIONS While Some Are Spavined, They Are Fit To Race, Wire States COLUMBIA. the people for Vot'p Soutl'T "Vellest Carolina n-M vrnr .hit ni''0 ,312. 01 norm- if ihc old horii on the The telegram jf Senator BI ing mged the bond issue. Nobody trusts any-; liorh" else the.-e days. One! paper said the other day thac for the the state would get about Jjjjj worth of roads. Rotten stuff, this. When a live measure conslruc- duced r.ne man, who, by reason of his vision, ha? looked a little far into the future, a dozen others bob to charge him. .with hav- ing an ulterior motive. l Press "Dear Governor Richards- "Your wire ol February 13: h relml. I am Bl.ui to Have your n-j- Mtton In tlie matter .is T have re- U'IVKI communiMtions tin you were for the Mil and others MJ- 11114 you v.-erfc it, j reuliv to just i-.cvv yoi] McorJ." "II the present gas nnd auto Hi-- ense taxes are convened to built: loads vlll that not require addition, taxes upon property to meet appro- priations which tnls tras ancl 'auto ifcrnse tax is now takitv, c'tre "Units'! this question is submitted to the people, I think we will have Arrow-! ;lH' in riautn olinci next year that we huve liyd .1 i iin-j, iViti, .hc, probability o; Sonatoi smith may have a go-.cl reason if or wanting the old I ward boundary lines restored bQ'icv.'thcy'arr nt tor i if pushfd. in I'loraico, but it is hard -i hope, for city council to understand j JUKI What It Can be. To lhe people ran speak as t. frank about it, the people o! i the city might like to know. also, why the Senator thinks i forr suc" exorbitant taxation can b he victim- IccUre they had no knowledge thai lit victims bad been gangsters Al he request of the police, the uin ecessed until February 23. Score, o' oroner's juries Investigating Chiea ,o gang killings have done tin ame. DLL con- serve i-redit Hit-re. In j Federal :idvis  snix-.Ms'of asrlcul- President Filect Circles Two Thirds Of Okeecho- bee On 1'irsl Day SEES SECTION Visited To Devasted Of Belle Glade Pa- Scl For Today t'l.KMI.STON. I''lii.. Feb. J.i I'rrMili'iil Kli'i'l HIIUIT. traveling hy .i-.lliuiKMMlr wlili i-Haraf.frlslIc sn-ift- rii -.fil IM-II minis or Lake liiihi-i- ludiiv. ptisslnv IliroLijjli much (hi' Icl. Hiiliny wllli him ux-ro Oov. Doylo li. l.'nr Ion .md Fri'il C. raiiott. clilni nilihiiw at ihi- slati'. who IMM what ihc havt; In Ni.nd ill turn- mil- linn urn-s nf fcrllli. [uniiltie liiiulii iiniuiul Ihc luki' wUlfh Is In I In- sMiipc ;i I'h'clr thlny flvt- miles In (iiiuiii-ti r mill .Milch hi iiu- aiut lii-'ll MJI.IHI- Fiiiji.r .iMhvhi. chlcr nf AT'IH> iiiiult' a .spec- trip Iriini ncaim- Mr. llinnur tiiiui Ciiiuil point, mi l hi. .shinv ll.roiiKli Okki-- .'llullM- (111 Illf llol'Th il'HI WoOI'OhaVL-ll t" Hi's IOWM which rnus ihun- C'l'in-i-ii .i.unvni ul i.iy Ill F OICIU'I-. anil to ll...... I'lllllll to IKlVlllH'l! II IllHllT th.' Ill___ '.Illi-d 1 hiuv born a.ssui'i-c! il tin- al the chiuntti': invm (tli'i-aiiy rcc- I'onuri'sH nn .'niiH-opi-lii- Djiiln fur Hood control "1 navhjiitli-n and i Uhls ihiipo.shu; ot iln.n tio.oaa.wa lor nlmllnr an- iii'iidhiL; In con- alter lils old Irlcilds In Florence u -'w recalled that Banks has Ihc sick list lor sorer time s'm-i west, but he has cream- Ji'oved, nnu Is iioing olf; 'tan ol He ls E. T. Mci'iol nnd a n: Iw, "The r-edcral Advisory council nt i I'lrMUcnt Coollu-cii ivcl- oi m'-rcn'oi. -i prollmtaM-y. the ClirtoHuns :ni.uv tlu. followniR mlnuti. An. i his uikc-ori frohrmmnl-at di-Ilverc.l lo Ihe n-tlfi-ul lie.M-m- board at the iiunrtrrly meeting ul j tin- board and council thin ng: HOUSE PISSES TWO BILLS tiler WASHINGTON. Fcl Major he emphasized that It was but a theory mor'! stflUBent although expressing the hope that he would son have positive evidence to back It that yesterday's ssacre had it Inception .six v-eek- ago when he said a Moran squat conveying liquor from Detroit to Chicago TOS m.Jackcd ln hroad d hght on Chicago streets and SCO rases or liquor taken by a rival B.ing Major said one or his owr men had been Involved in the in- lacking episode, he was Informed ar.d expressed the opinion that the "The Federal Advisory counell j Droves the action of the Fi-dcia! H.-- 1 icrve board in iiistruciing the led- -ral reserve funds for the purpose loans bused on securities Ihe federal advisory council sURsests that all member banks m ea.-h dls- ii'irl be asked directly hy the Ped- Deserve Bank of 'the' district H lu order I., atliiui the c.Honel lor s.ipelo. i inilen niirinw-acd, mul l.uided In he couni-il believes heneficial l.i'lil wlll-.m half a ihe p., results can be attained In thi'. 'l..il Coifin hoine C.ree.ed d one. of heavy cl .anil. :it sai.cis lor a qu 'Ulhern sky 111 the fil.s Ai fllllpiip uf .tired in the creamery. "It will re- .lain -Purity Mutter- alt liullfji I ex- ,riinil 1., popular III Florence nnd I "There Is (I'l'lllt as .noou is I num., nii.iiln.j ..monthly h- he mny aflil ol hci In inquiry iilohl .V. A. Lewis, v-ho has been Icmnvn is Ihe m-llve head n, ,he cre.unery luce he and his >ver trum Mr. said lha; In Us plnn liquidate. SMIS. u'e hi-Juckers lad hud police assistance and there- ore cut off any protection mo-icy had been pr.ying nnate.nny to go to the police com- nissloner with the 'here u-as any complaint. He rea- tl that the policemen in retalia- lOh and fearful of lihilaled tii, nesses had ,....u sume oi t'lr wore police uniforms thr.t r i ''ill- _ Wriuht PnU officials said en- n police car VMS rtl ant' the trouble remedied nn- vcslcrdav'oliirr povtcd the travbie lay in thp i bearing; ohaiqc. a drvic.-' which permits tli" ri-r.ii ii 7 i enyino to funcliMii effcctiVRly in 'iu flUll northoni and 1 rarlfioa uppo.-air .strata. western slates. Nnmhors of Tho .'it'ititio recorded rot I airplanes Is 37.420 feet, held by I.leiit tnc lOllr'stS Slopped lierc C. United Navy the night. Other would1 have clone so if they could have secured acconiodations. Necessity after all is mother of invention, and essity will after all drive us patient oi TH fn i -i i- I arv. having heen tiikeu there for I" U1C bllllclllljf Ol a rnmmo- treatment on Thursday morning. flioiis and Imlel. ___________________ wnmciJNEW YORK WOMAN, Tllc rontiinon of s. s. r.icLeod intirm- no resistaiu-p when tht mon put in im apjjca rivi: orvMrv IN INDIANAPOLIS Inj Fob 16_ -Five allied unl- SIX CHILDREN DIE FROM GAS FUMES home noon Aliout K-1'" llu% children m iid on Ibe kitch- and children hniiRlit, and taxes on fiSl cigarels in 1028. II was the first lime IF NEW YoliK' 1'vh- l5 A -5-  tl a divorce In superior c-ourt hrrp '.octny from Maurice "l.'-fty" Flynn, forniftr Ynlc fooibinll sUr. today by thr house aiic senate The whole dny given ove- [no coiiairicnitur. cf Innnlgrntioi'' i, islatioii and whe.! inc house ed it was deep in the consider n'.r- of a bill to provide for the dt-pvi i- tion of uiuK-hirnblc aliens to -vhifi i already hnd im directed at alien gunmen The will be taken up again The second bill pushed iva.s :m- the uiiitc-d Stiiti1 The fir.st peiv-ons co two and ft............. yrtira of niarrlrri life." Miss Dam and Flynn 'n June. 1025. find srpirnierl Dftfimher. Thp fiH not ftlimcny. not I''iynn :i borck-r by aliens thr United Mex it-cans. Canri'Iian an Pllt.fttlVf- Box. Di'-inorral. .uthov of tlu- UK-.sure L'ouJd not effect who y had hepn jx ross i: Tims, h....................... he he r-> in nod ii'Hl p iy a he-id ;m i "PS. Tho.sp from Mexico Can ciii. however, v. not Ij.- lot pp American Hebrews Bring 1929 Convention To Close brtn rh-.-tinn ,if U-cllon Of vnt.Ion rlty thr Union of torlny. Charles HIGHWAY EMPLOYE INJURED BY TRAIN H. M. Hodscs. o Is -vith the Slali- n Columlua. Is m The McLeod In- firmary v.-ilh two severe cms In hi-- lead anil one on Ins. as a result af n collision Ihc nmmnobllc m vhlcli '1C was riding had with an Atlantic -'oast l.iue Locomotive, ntimnm .it !he church street a: n'clock last aiRlit .tddMlon to the hr-clallons ul; ns luMd and le" Mr. llodtcs wa- aboiil the lie ,s not O. I-'. Mm-pli'y, aeio'r'ilnu: 'I !ic MnrnniL; News, o h.- ihe i.f a HI Mn. :on u.i Hie onlskiris of the .'.as uoiy sh-jhtlv injured anil wciit home Kccivm by his id hosier and their Liml- j pnniu-d bdj-iMiiiy lu- ju-lt- Hvlcdged with n a murmured niiirk. roimruniliuions on liia Mil 1110 "1 cM inn irc-nmupuial home nirly In the Jt.y ,uid mmlc a tlrlv.) to tin- Kverglndeii dis- lhc sklf> 'J'hi.s I'Vi-nliii; Mi. Houvn- was the nuc.il :K n dlmit- in his :.'.ir Ion. ihe priNUiiMit will Inspection by pmr.ei.-d- town lo cannl li.- Oiiide -md Puhokr-c l" that district, m-nrly three Ihr.u- lust lhv, u nf interest in th H-r interests In ih TBOOP SEVEN WINS WINDOW CONTEST MELVILLE E, STONE, A, P, COUNSEL DIES PARIS, nml wius Tils ftoi-lni.s si.i Wlli allfnvliR n Ic Southern Hosiery mills Form New Organization Jamh M.I, Mnurlrc'n. Hi-nry nttl. Marshal Foch Indulges Appetite With Fine Fish Mnrilw hi- i n liulnluo ft'.lol of i nisi ht.s rnirlllln li-ni-v Imvmfl hill II (Irrlil.'M i 'Ifllprftl roiiMtll.-'iioii of hih (on 'liVNIrlium toinoirow Hi lo it- his ninoni in .ill iix nr.pcpis Niiilll miH'li rlinnm- hi Ifiiipcnir...... Cliniilr niccldnl hv Mill In i-if-l iinrllon vllslilli "I'1 I" '-I (Nirllllll NIl'lMllHJ;   

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