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gENPERSON,
gateway TO
central
CAROLINA.
NINETEENTH YEAR
U. S. Consulate
Tax Bill Started
Toward Enactment
In The U. S. Senate
Billion Dollar Revenue Bill
Reported, With Strong
Bi-Partisan Sup.
port Behind It
SEEK HUGeTsAVINGS
IN SUPPLY MEASURE
Senate Appropriation* Com
mtitee Wants To Trim 200
Millions From Budget;
Bailey Proposes Committee
to Strike Out $500,000,000
Next Year
t\'i*hing: r >n. May 9 <APi The hie
bo> tax Mil ww put on thr mark fur
a sprint toward enactment today,
white party chieftains determined
utt* to supplement its dwarfed run
am| mate the economy bill.
After refusing. 12 to 6. to reopen
Dm rate section of the $1,010,000,000
revenue measure, the Senate Finance
Committee reportd it. and hi-partisan
dtennmation to press it through is
evident
Meanwhile, the Senate Appropria
tions Committee went to work on the
vital supply and economy bill* de
termined to bring about savings of
more than $200,000,000. which are
oece»eary to make the new tax bill
balance the 1933 budget.
Over in the House the economy
committee which had its omnibus bill
shattered, was called to meet this aft
ernoon to meet this afternoon on
plans for other moves to out gov
ernment costs.
And far up Pennsylvania nvenue
President Hoover worked steadily in
a continuous effort to rally support
in the Republican-controlled Senate
jointly for the compromise tux and
the s237.iwi,nno money saving pro
tram
The White House showed little sign
of activity following the conferences
of tiaturday and last night, but the'
Presidents secretaries confirm'd that
Mr Hoover wan maintaining contact
with the Senate.
The Senate Appropriations Commit
tee. in beginning work on the billion
dollar independent offices supply mea
fur*, carrying funds for the Veterans
Bureau, determined dc f lntte!y to
make the ten percent reduction made
in other appropriations acted upon.
Chairman Jones, of the committee,
who attended last night's White House
conference, said. ”Wp are going ahead
in regular order."
Creation of a joint commission to
draft a bill to cut 500 000.000 off the
federal expenditures was proposed as
the Senate considered a resolution
to abondon Its ten percent appropria
tion reduction plan.
Senator Bailey. Democrat. North
Carolina, offered a resolution to
create a joint commission to draft a
new economy program. It would be
composed of the President and his
representative, two senators and two
members of the House, and would be
instructed to report back within ten
‘fcy* a program to cut $500,000,000
of the budget estimates.
Money Increases
for Circulation
In l . S. In April
Washington. May 9 (Al’l—Money
in circulation In the United
Matrs on April HO Increas'd $5.-
****• IAA as compared wHh March
HI. hm the total of money in the
country d«*ereaped S«H.iVil.37«.
The Treasury's monthly circu
lation statement today showed
•hat at the end of April money in
elreuUtlnn amounted to $5,4*4,093.-
•'*l. with a per capita circulation
of $43.7*. a N compared with $43.74
• month before.
38 Persons Are Believed'
Buried Under Landslide
Os 2 French Apartments
Lyon?. Franc*. May 9.-<AP)
Thirty-eight person* w*r* believed
ouned today under landslide* which
followed up two apartment houses
>n the outskirts of Lyons.
Twelve Injuicd were removed be
fore re*curers were oidv.red away by
Eduard Herrlot. the mayoi and for
mer premier, who himself escaped
<keth from another slide only by
leaping to safety.
The rescue parties returned to the
ruins, however after cries were beard
Hcnitersmt Hath} Diapatrh
77 7~-~ ONLY DAILY NEWSPAPE R PUBLISHED IN THIS SBCTION OF NORTH CAROLINA AND VIISINIA. ,
‘SScIBiB, “rS»™
Defeated
■r ,
W **v.. '
B ■***+ jgggn. g
I iemier Audio of Fninc?.
above, has announced he and his cab
inet will resign tomorrow night as
soon as a new president of the French
republic is elected to succeed Paul
Doumer. who was assassinated last !
week. Tardieu* party lost in the par
liamentary elections Sunday in
France.
EHRINGHAUS NOW
ADMITTED LEADER
IN GOVERNOR RACE 1
Interest Centering On Whe
ther Maxwell or Foun
tain .Will Be Second
Man June 4
FOUNTAIN PROBABLY
IS RUNNER-UP NOW
But Maxwell Is Gaining,
and Fountain’s Cause Be.
trays Air of Desperation;
If Latter Trails, His Sup
port Might Go To Maxwell
In Run-Off
Dully niapntek Burma,
In Ike Sir Wnlter Hotel.
fIY J. V. IUSKKRVIM,
Raleigh, May 9.—With J. C. h
Khringhaus conceded to be well in
the lead in the campaign for the
Democratic nomination for governor
as a result of the strong galas he
made during the last week, interest
(CouUnued on Page Four)
SEEK EXTRADITION
FOR PENN ATTACKER
Raleigh, May 9 (AP)—Extradition
papers on Governor Franklin D.
Roosevelt of New York for tihe return
to Ohapel Hill of Jack Thomoe, want
ed as the alleged bandit who shot and
seriously wounded Ashley Penn. Uni
versity of North Carolina indent,
were issued at the governor's office
today.
Penn, a son of the late Charles A.
Penn, tobacco magnate, of ReidsvilVe,
r.nd New York, was wounded March
31 when he approached a car occu
pied by men wanted for the attempt
ed robbery of a weiner stand operated
In Chapel Hill. ,
in the wreckage.
At midnight they discovered .a wo*
man pinned by a beam. She him ibe
was not hurt. She was rerdoved and
taken to a hospital.
Explosions and fires preceded the
slide. The first occurred at 9 a. m.
while many of the residents were
asleep. It cracked the gas main. The
fire department removed the first 12
persons Otto it tl.e ( second and larger
slide tumbled down, crushing both
buildings. . , ,
HENDERSON, N. C., MONDAY AFTERNOON MAY 9, 1932
PREMIER TARDIEU
TO RE-SIGN AFTER
LOSING ELECTION
Ministry To Hand Resigna
tion to New French Pres
ident as Soon as
He Is Elected
DECISION REACHED
AT CABINET’S MEET
Will Request That Present
Government Not Be Asked
to Continue In Office; Tar
dieu Majority In Chamber
Swept Away In Sunday
Elections
Paris. May 9 < API --Defeated by a
decisive margin in yesterday’s parlia
mentary election. Premier Andre Tar
dieu wlil resign tomorrow night, with
a request that his successor be chosen
An official announcement after a
cabinet meeting this morning said that
the resignation will be presented as
soon as the parliament has elected a
new president to succeed Paul Dou
mer. and that it will be accompanied
by a request that the present govern
ment not be asked to continue in of
fice until the n. j w Chamber of Depu
ties just elected convenes in June.
Edouard Herriot. who was premier
in i 924, is the most likely choice to
succeed M. Tardieu. With returns
practically complete from yesterday's
voting, his party of the left had swept
away the republican majority in the
Chamber, giving the left group sub
stantial control.
JUSTICE HUGHES IS
COMING TO STATE
U. S. Supreme Court Head to
Hold Judicial Confer
ence in Asheville
Asheville. May 9. < APl— Chief Jus
tice Charles Evans Hughes is coming
to North Carolina for a conference
with Federal judges in Asheville on
June R-9.
Members of the United States Cir-;
cult Court or Appeals for the fourth i
district and district judges from,
North and South Carolina. Virginia.
West Virginia and Maryland will par
ticipate in the conference
Judicial procedure and problems of
particular interest to Federal courts
will be discussed during the two-day
conference. A similar conference was
held here last yaer.
Senior Circuit Judge John J. Par
ker of Charlotte, will preside over a<
majority of the sessions.
NEW TURN SEEN IN
LINDBERGH SEARCH
Yacht Marcon Ceases Acti
vity; Note Found Near
Elizabeth City
Elizabeth City. May 9 (Al*)—Po
lice here today were making a
house to hoti-te search of Broad
street on request of Norfolk offic
ers, on the strength of a note
found In a bottle that the stolen
Lindbergh baby would he found on
Broad street.
Norfolk. Va., May 9.—(AIM
Some new turn in negotiations
for the recovery of Charles Au
gustus Undbergb, Jr., wu • in
dicated today by the cessation of
activities aboard the sea-going
yacht Marc non, and a supposed
week-end plane trip by the nego
tiators.
The finding of a note referring
to the Lindbergh baby was re
ported to Elizabeth City. N. C„
police today by Detective Leon
Nowttsky. of the Norfolk police
corps. The note, contained in a
bottle which had washed ashore
on North river in Eastern North
Carolina, was found by Clarence
Grain, of near Javishurg.
The note, pencilled In crude
Itters. and with Inaccuracies In
spelling whs as follows:
“We are afraid to return the
Lindbergh baby. It Is on Broad
street, Elizal>eth City, N* C.”
The note was unsigned and
bore m bjrnind i 4 so* load,
Ih Japan
FRENCH PRESIDENT VICTIM OF ASSASSIN’S BULLETS
■ mrmrr -
All France if shocked by the
ihooting of President Paul Dou
mer, on the eve of the French
’lections by Dr. Paul Jouguloff, a
Russian emigre, as he attended,
though ill with a cold, a meet
Two Candidates Seeking
French Presidency After
Doumer’s Assassination
400 Manchurians
Killed In Battles
Tokyo, May 9 (A!*)—Four Hum
drrl Manchurian rebels were re
ported killed in two battles with
Japanese lrc.>ps in northern Man
churia today, dispatchea to the
Rengo News Agency from Harbin
said.
Seven of the rebels wen* said to
he Russians, probably “While”
Russians.
The Japanese lost 19 dead.
STATE IS LEADER
IN COTTON GOODS
Value of Products $317,000,.
000 in 1929, Displacing
Massachusetts
i —.—.—
Daily Dlupiitrli fln-'enn,
In the Sir Wnlter Motel,
nr J. C. BASK Hit VI LI,.
Raleigh, May 9—The value of cot
ton goods produced in North Caro
lina during 1929 waa slightly over
$317,000,000. according to census fig
urges released through the Depart
ment of Conservation snd Develop
ment today. In the United States all
cotton goods produced In the same
year were valued at just under sl,-
485.000.000.
From these figures It is evident
that North Carolina produces 213
percent of all the cotton goods manu
factured In the United States, thus
displacing Massachusetts, which has
led all the states in this respect for
(Continued on Page Four)
EXTRADITION FOR
SLAYERS HONORED
Raleigh. May 9 (API- Requisition
papers from Governor Ibra C. Black
wood of South Carolina for the re
turn to South Carolina of four men
under arrest In Western North Caro
lina in connection with the death of
As B. Hunt, Greenville
were honored at the governor's of
fice today.
LEATHER
FOB NORTH CAROLINA.
Partly cloudy tonight and
Tuesday; probably showers In
peat and north portion*, , <
ing of French war veterans
in Paris. Above are soma excel
lent photos of the 76-year-old
president. Left, a recent likeness;
upper right, on the day of his
inauguration as president, in
Paul Painleve, Former Pre
mier, and Albert Leßrun,
President of Sen
ate, Mentioned
ELECTION WILL BE
TOMORROW EVENING
New President Will Be
Chosen by Chamber of
Deputies and Senate in j
Joint Session at Versailles; j
Aspirants Officially or Un-j
officially Running
Paris, May 9. — (AP>—Two candi-j
dates lo succeed President Paul ;
Doumer. who was assassinated Fri- 1
day. were officially or unofficially in |
the running today.
The election is to be held at Ver
sailles tomorrow. Paul Painleve. for
mer Premier, was being pressed by
his friends to be a candidate. Albert
Leßrun. president of the Senate, pre
sented his candidacy formally yes
terday.
The new president will hp rhosen
by a joint session of the Chamber
of Deputies and the Senate.
NURSE, 25, KILLED
AS AUTO CRASHES
Spartanburg Woman Meets Instant
Death Near Greer; Four Other*
Are Inqured
Spartanburg. S. C.. May 9.—(APi
Miss Margaret Montgomry, 25. a
Spartanburg nurse, was instantly kill
ed and four others were injured when
their automobile collided with the
guard rail of a bridge near Greer to
day.
‘ Ralph Green, of Tryon, N. C., was
.the-driver of the maahine. The other
ogeupant® were Mias Hazel Holcombe,
of Spartanburg, and Harry Justice,
of Tryon. and C. W. Connelly, bf
Spartanburg. They were rushed to the
Chick Spring* hospital for treatment.
Their injuries are not serious.
LEAGUE COMMISSION
HAS STRONG GUARD
Changchun, Manchuria, May 9.
—(A P) —The League of Nation®
Inquiry comrtiisston was on it®
way from here to Harbin today
with an extra guard aboard the
train to protect the Investigator*
from bandit attacks. J&eport® that
attack® might be made on the
train persisted here.
The guard consisted of 56 Jap
anese soldiers and 5* Chinese rail-
FV polio* ...
PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON
EXCEPT BUNDAY.
Bombed
lb 31; below, Mrs. Doumer, and
th« French statesman when he
was a senator. Jouguloff, who
said he was a former Cossack, de
clared he shot Doumer because
“France is an ally of Red Russia.”
Time of Release
Os Fall Doubtful
Saute Fr, N\ M„ May 9.—(API
—The time for Albert B. Fall's re
lease from prison remained doubt
ful today with Warden Swo|te of
the New Mexico State Prison
awaiting amended commitment
papers from Washington
The amended papers, sent l>y air
mail Saturday and due to arrive
today apparently would overcome
the warden's objection to the re
lease, lie had insisted that Fall’s
SKMIJWKI fine be paid, Court action
to |termit release without payment
failed.
SPANISH WAR BILE
VETOED BY HOOVER
For Second Time Refuses To
Sign Measure For
Hospitalization
Washington. May 9. <API -Presi
dent Hoover today vetoed for the h«* ; _
ond time a bill to provide hospi*/ili
zation and the privileges of solc/, en ,-
homes to the men who served ! .<n the
quartermaster corps during the, Span
ish American War. the Phllir#t,i ne in
surrection and the boxer up.r ls(n g
Declaring "our first obligation is to
veterans who served under- enlistment
in the army or navy," U, e President
said;
“I oannnt concur ir, a proposal to
single out one class, 0 f civilian em
ployees who serve.d. during certain
periods of hnstiliij fii and confer up
on them a right the benefit of hos
pitalization and 'domiciliary care pro
vided by law. f or veterans of our
states."
YOUTH DROWNED IN
THE NEUSE RIVER
/
Kirr;ton. May 9.—JAP> Rowland
Best or. 17. a farmer’* son. ventured
bv*ond his depth in the Neuae river
r/ear here yesterday and drowned.
Gaston Means Described
As Most Remarkable Man,
With Likable Personality
By CHARLES P. STEWART
Central Free® Staff Writer
Washington. May 9.—Gaston B.
Means, now involved in the Lindbergh
case through his failure to account
to' .Mrs.. Edward B. McLean’s satis
faction for SIOO,OOO which she says
she entrusted to him. to recover the
flying colonel's missing baby, unques
tioaablx Is one of the most remark
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luTODAY!l u TODAY!
FIVE CENTS COPJB
f IRE BREAKS OUT '•
DDT EXTINGUISHED
WITH LITTLE LOSS
Explosive Believed Hurled
From Passing Automo
bile, Landing at Of
fice Entrance
EXAMINATION MADE
BY POLICE OF CITY
Nagasaki Is Scene of Attack
on American Diplomatic
Office, Which Stands On
East Side of Harbor, Fac
ing Docks; Residence land
Office Combined |
Washington. May 9. <API- The
American consulate at Nagasaki.
Japan, was bombed at 11:40 u. m.
today.
Henry R Hitchcock, consul there.
<ent the State Department a nut-sage
dating the consulate was set o -t fire
by a bomb of crude manufacture,
hrown at the office entrance, it was
believed, from a passing automobile.
The fire was put out by extln;; uish
"r>: and garden hoae before artrious
la mage was done.
Hitchcock apparently attache,-! no
political significance to the Incident.
He reported that the police are (mak
ing an examination.
The consulate at Nagasaki la a
combined office and residential build
ing owned by the United State* gov
ernment. It stands on the east side of
he Nagasaki harbor, facing, the
if BOMBINGS IN
JAPAN ARE HINTED
Korean Who Take% Blavnq
For Shanghai P*la»t,
Issues Statement
./ » «
Shanghai. May 9. <AV)- Bomb *t«
tacks on Japanese leaders m Japan
and Manchuria, simite.i to that which
occurred in Hongke w park here or*
April 29. were predicted in a state
ment which env.nated from the
Korean colony. *
It purported to give the true ex
planation of t’ne Hongkew bombing
en days agf*. which resulted in the
leath of or^ e high Japanese official
ind the ir/ jUr y 0 f several others.
It was 'signed by Kim Kno. a
Korean, j'aid to be head of the Korean
patriots society. Kim said he waa th®
instig/j- or of the Hongkew bombing,
Hnd *-l\at he wanted the world to know
the t ruth, so the Japanese would stop
"©’jading up Korean residents of
l *-'>r%»n resident® of Shanghai for
Questioning.
I He said he sent Yun Ktl a young
Korean revolutionary, to Hongkew
park that day with bomb®, and that
the young man "achieved his pur
pose." Yun is now in the hands of
the Japanese, he said, and ’’may b®
dead or alive."
Kim said he himself had left
Shanghai before the statement was
, issued in his name, but he added
“My life is dedicated to freeing my
country’. The Japanese are doing
everything in their power to appre
hend me. but my work continues Our
association seeks to kill Japanese
civil and military leaders. There will
be other affairs similar to that in
Hongkew soon, both in Japan and
Manchuria.”
BOY KILLED WHEN
MASHED BY HORSE
Winterville. May 9—fAP)—Row
land Collins. 12. son of Jesse Col
lins. cashier of the Winterville Bank,
waa fatally hurt today when th®
horse he waa riding stumbled and fell
on him.
able men in this country.
His connection with the German
‘ embassy during the early -period of
the war as an agent of Count von
.Bernatoff, the kaiaer’s diplomatic re
presentative her®, was generally sus
pected by the congnoecenti at th®
-time and perhaps was definitely
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