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Henderson daily dispatch. (Henderson, N.C.) 1914-1995, March 01, 1932, Image 7

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HENDERSON, (N. C.,) DAILY DISPATCH, TUESDAY, M A R CH 1, 1932
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According to dispatches to Lon
don newspapers, o>>n. Erich Lu
dendorfT, German militarist, has
been invited by China to take over
the supreme command of the Chi
nese national army and to reor
ganise it on a scientific military
basis. Ludendorff was a leading
figure in the World war.
Plot Frustrated
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Walter Weaver, above, prominent
Oonna, T«-x., attorney, and T. W.
Hooks, inset, Donna unto dealer,
are two of six intended victims in
an alleged murder plot growing
out of -a political light, Texas
rangers have di t ic; I The rang
ers arrested fight Donna men
charging conspiracy to murder.
The grand jury ia to consider the
cases in March.
tn China Danger Zon«
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Anxiety is felt so, the safety of
Mr. and Mn. Perry Hutton of
Wichita, Kas., now believed to be
in Shanghai. Hutton is personal
pilot for Marsha! Chiang Hsueh
Liang, who was governor of Man
churia until invading Japanese
forces compelled him to flee. Mrs.
Hutton went through a Japanese
sir raid during which the out
skirts of Mukden, Chiang’s capi
tal, were bombed, and witnessed
much of the street fighting which
preceded capture of the city.

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