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HENDERSON,
GATEWAY TO
CENTRAL
CAROLINA.
NINETEENTH YEAR
House Votes To
IT C D • • L W ***'••'*•’ • * .........
U. o.—British Complications Feared In Lindbergh Probe Suicide
JERSEY ASSEMBLY
MW INVESTIGATE
BUNGLED AFFAIR
Republican Leader Says
Cate Hat Been Slaught
ered to Make a Demo,
cratic Holiday
ENGLAND AROUSED
IN GIRL S SUICIDE
Poor Englith Waitreat Made
Goat of Chagrin of Offic-i
ert In llieir Inability To|
Solve Myttery, London;
Paper Sayt; Talked In
Parliament Alto
London. June 13. (AP) —The suicide
,? Violet Sharpe. English waitress in
•he home of Mrs. Dwight W. Morrow,
i* Englewood. N. J.. mt ybecome an
is'ernatlonal affair.
Labor members of the British Par
ismen* have signified their Intention
of asking the British government to
make representations to the govem
men* of the United States over the
suicide
T.iev pisnned to make the request >
during a general questioning on the
tnaMer m the course of today’s session
London newspapers express indig
nation against the New Jersey police
Seme acrussed the officers of driving
the girl to suicide by their question
Ing in connection with the Lindbergn
caw The Daily Herald. Labor organ,
•reused them of “venting their char
gin at tljeir failure in the Lindbergh
ewe on a poor English servant girl."
Trenton. N' J.. June 13.—(API
Senator Emerson I* Richards. Repub
lican leader, today'asserted an inves
tlt»’lon of the entire £olfee .handling
of 'he Lindbergh kidnaping cage was
virtually a certainty. '•> j
Th» Lindbergh case." the Senator
declared, “has been slaughtered to
make a Democratic holiday." . ... * :
Commenting on the suicide of Violet
Shsrpe waitress in the Englewood
h->m? of Mrs Dwight W. Morrow,
grandmother of the murdered baby.
af*er police questioning, the senator
said five major blunders bad been
made by the State police and de
t active*.
The blunders he listed were the de
tention of “Red" Johnson. Betty Crow's
sw-etheart. the futile payment of $50.-
<>lo ransom money by Dr. John F.
Condon, aged Bronx intermediary;
John H. Curtis, hoax of Colonel Lind
bergh and the police; the finding of
th» baby's body five miles from the
I Indbergh estate at Hopewell, and.
f'nslly the suicide of the Morrow
waitress.
SEVEN MEN CAUGHT
IN MINE EXPLOSION
Rtacue Crews and Equipment Hor
ned to Norton. Vs., Mln» of Splaeh
dam Cowl Company
Norton. Va.. June 13— (AP)— Seven
men were reported to have been
caught today behind an explosion in
the Splashdam Coal Corporation mine,
about 35 miles from here.
Meagre news of the explosion and
a call for help came to the office of
the Virginia Coal Corporation this
morning. A group of official and re
scue workers left here for the scene.
Telephone connection could not be
made immediately, and no other de
tails were given In calling for a rescue
squad.
BULLETINS
GLASS PROTESTS
S»»hlnfton. Jane 13 (AP> —Seit-
■<cr (iluw, Democrat, Vtrjinl*,
fh*r|t H In the Senate today that
•he displacement of his hank re
form hill from a pefferred place
>n the Se nate calendar was an In
vitation to "predatory Interests” to
continue their actlvtka.
ASK HOOVER O BE PRECISE
Washington, June IS (API—A
revolution calling npsti President
Heov. r to submit to Congyeea "ape
eiflc suggestions” to bring about
the additional government econo
mics he has recommended was in
troduced today by Senator Kobin
von. Arkansas, the Democratic
leader.
Heniteramt
0 WIKI UMtVICI
° r ™ AMOCIATIBD PRImST
House Members Bitterly
Assail Treasury Experts
As New Deficit Appears
Hoover’i Opponent
H
Senator Joseph France of
Maryland ia snapped in Chicago
shortly after his arrival in the
Windy City for the Republican
national convention. The for
mer senator is opposing Presi
dent Hoover for the G. O. P.
nomi""* * *
MORRISON SHAKES
HIS COCKSURENESS
Rolling Up Hit Sleevei To
Go To Work, Recogniz
ing Hit Plight
HE AWOKE TOO LATE
Same Attitude Two Months Ago Might
Have Spared Him Necessity of
Second Primary for Sen
sational Nomination
(tally Dliyatrk ftareaa.
la the Sir Walter Hatel.
DT J. V. DASKK.UVIM,.
Raleigh. June 13. If externa! ap
pearances count for anything and
have any significance, Senator Cam
eron Morrison really meant what he
s&ld a few days ago. when It was
finally determined tout RoMart R.
Reynolds had a lead of about 15,000
votes over him in the first primary
for the Senatorial nomination, when
he said “I have just begun to fight.”
There is no doubt that Morrison is
now making up for lost time and is
bending every effort to get a strong
campaign organization perfected as
soon as possible, since the second pri
mary is to be held July 2. It is ap
parent that Morrison is going into
I this second primary campaign with
the determination to win. The spank
ing he was given in the first primary
(Continued on Page Two.)
SCHOOI. MERGER TALKED
Raleigh. June 13 (AP)- -Members
of the State commission rn univer
sity consolidation today "heard and
discussed" various plans and pro
posals for merger of N. C. State
College and N. C. C. W. with the
University of North Carolina.
Governor O. Mai Gardner, chair,
man of the commission, and Dr.
said after the morning session that
Fred W Morrison, secretary, both
“no definite action” had been
taken. t 1
To Float Ship.
Wilmington. June 13.—f AP)—
Another effort to float the Italian
motor ship Marla, aground off
Frying Pan Shoals since Saturday
night, was scheduled for this aft
ernoon. i
ONLY DAILY ;
NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN THIS SECTION OF NORTH CAROLINA AND VIRGINIA.
Grot* Incompetence It
Charged by Rainey, Ma.
jority Leader In The
Lower Houte
ADDITIONAL TAXES
MAY BE NECESSARY
Crisp Says, However, He
Does Not Think More Are
Needed; Estimate Bills
Just Passed 150 to 200 Mil
lion Dollars Short of Re
quirements
Washington. June 13.—(AP)— A
statement by administration leaders
that the new revenue and economy
bill would lack $150,000,000 to $200,000.-
000 of balancing the budget drew shap
criticism today from House Demo
cratic leaders.
Representative Rainey, of Illinois,
House Democratic leader, told news
paper men the Treasury's “gross In
competence has been shown by the
estimates that $150,000,000 to $200,000,-
000 more is needed to balance the
budget."
He added that it was his opinion
this new estimated deficit should be
met only by additional taxes. But
Representative Crisp, of Georgia, act
ing chairman of the House Ways and
Means Committee when it handled the
new law, said in an interview that he
saw "no need for more taxes."
EHRINIAUS STILL
WAITING FOUNTAIN
Lieutenant Governor Want*
Some One Else To Call
For Primary
Onily niaitiitrb Rarean,
In lk<- Mir Wnltrr Hotel,
nv j. ntXKKRVUX
Raleigh. June 13. —J. C. B. Ehring
haus. who led Lieutenant Governor
R. T. Fountain by more than 47,000
votes in the first primary for the
Democratic nomination for governor.
Is still keeping his headquarters open
here, waiting for Fountain to decide
whether or not he will call for a sec
ond primary. Fountain announced last
week that he might reach a decision
today. In the meantime. Ehringhaus
seems very little concerned.
“If Mr. Fountain wants a second
primary, we are prepared to give it to
him." Ehringhaus sai dtoday. Satur
day Ehringhaus emphatically stated
that he hod not and would not align
himself with eitt.tr of the senatorial
candidates, should there be a second
primary, pointing out that heh da pad
died his own canoe thus far and ex
pected to paddle It on to the end.
Opinion continues to prevail here
that Fountain is playing a game to
keep both Ehringhaus and Morrison
guessing as long as possible and that
he is trying to maneuver Morrison in
to calling for the second primary
(Continued on Page Two)
FLEISCHER IS MUTE .
DURING ARRAIGNMENT
Detroit. Mich., June 13.—(AP) —
Harry Fleischer, who surrendered to
police last week after being sought
for months in connection with the
Lindbergh kidnaping, stood mute to
day when he was arraigned in re
corder's court on a murder warrant
outstanding for nearly a year. A plea
of not guilty was entered and Fleis
cher was remanded to jail.
qg
Patton Favorably
Reported for Job
U. S. Attorney Here
Washington, June 13.—(AP)— The
Senate Judiciary Committee today re
ported favorably on the nomination of
Frank C. Patton to be nlted States
attorney so rthe western district of
North Carolina
Patton was nominated to take the
place for which Charles A Jonas was
first named by President Hoover. The
Senate refused several weeks ego to
confirm Jonas, who has served about
a year under a recess appointment
HENDERSON, N. C., MONDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 13, 1932
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Morrow Suicide Maid and Sister
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Made in her native London before the shadow of tragedy touched her life
th!i picture, radioed from txmdon to New York shows
Violet committed JSm'STkSSTS
85u2rrwSi."«c- fes ssj 3rt.^sMrsxfsr
Lindbergh baby was kidnaped. She imd
repeatedly questioned as to her whereabouts on that night. Brinkert was
arrested at fcew Rochelle. N. V . and is held for ai^Sn^
Illinois Delegation May
Urge Dawes Candidacy
Will Decide Tohight Whether To Urge Him For Vice-
President in Place of Curtis; Bingham, Wet Delegate,
Dissatisfied With New York’s Proposal
Chicago, June 13.—(AP*—In the
most definite mood to seek another
man in the secon dpositlon o f the Re
publican tirrkt. the liDnois delegation
will consider tonight whether to place
Charles G. Dawes in nom: nation
against Charles Curtis.
Whether the retiring president of
the Reconstruction Corporation and
former ambassador to England would
again be willing to run for the vice
presidency is a point of uncertainty.
Senator Bingham, of Connecticut,
an anti-prohibition leader, today de
clared himself dissatisfied with the
prohiblton repeal proposal agreed up
on by the New York delegaton, and
said he would insist that the Repub
lican convention declare itself in favor
of repeal as well as for submission
of the question.
REYNOLDS OFFICE
OPENS IN RALEIGH
Headquarters For Eastern
Carolina Are In Sir
Walter Hotel
BIG RALLY WEDNESDAY
Campaign Managers in Do unties Ts.
Confer About Three Weeks Drive
For Second Primary on
?!ii Saturday, July 2
Mt%l
~ m Deny Dl»Mt»» ■■mra,
la the Sir Walter ffetrl.
BY J. C. RAtKERVILL
Raleigh, June 13.—Not to be out
done by Senator Cameron Morrison,
who has opened his State headquar
ters In the Sir Walter hotel here,
Robert R. Reynolds, of Asheville, who
will contest with Morrison for the
Democratic nomination for United
States Senate in a second primary
July 2, is also opening State head
quarters In the Sir Waiter hotel to
(Oocfinuod oo Page Three.)
WEATHER
FOR NOItTH CAROLINA.
Occasional rain tonight and
probably Tuesday; not much '
change In temperature.
Consider Bonus
After expressing gratification over
New York's prohibition declaration,
Bingham said It was a "very cleverly
worded proposition, amounting only
to re-submission.”
An authority close to the White
House i«-t it be known today that the
adnrtfnistratlon had decided not to
press before the Republican conven
tion credentials committee its efforts
to unseat the Howard and Talbert
delegations, respectively, from Missis
sippi and South Carolina.
HURLEY FLATLY ASSERTS
HE IS NOT A CANDIDATE
Washington, June 13.—(API—Sec
retary Hurley of the War Department
told newspaper men flatly today he
is not a candidate for the Repub
lican vice-presidential nominatin';,
Britain Not To ’
Return to Gold
London. June 13.—(API— Neville
Chamberlain, chancellor o fthe ex
chequer, told parliament today that
It would not be desirable for Great
Britain to return to the gold stand
ard “as long as existing conditions
continue.”
The country went off the gold
standard last September SO.
PROSECUTOR DOUBTS
VERACITY OF MEANS
Washington. June 13.—(APt The
veracity of Gaston B. Means was
questioned today by United States At
torney Leo A. Rover as the prosecu
tion opened jury argument in the
trial of the ex-convict on charges of
swindling Mrs. Evelyn Walsh McLean
out of $104,000.
Mother love. Rover said. Impelled
Mrs. McLean to hope she could aid
in returning the kidnaped Lindbergh
baby, while Means was “willing to
capitalize on human misery and woe."
She is alleged to have given Means
th emoney to recover the child.
FIND HICKORY MAN
DEAD ON RAILROAD
Hickory, June 13.—(AP)—The body
of Prank Miller, 24, of Hickory, was
found badly mangled oh the Southern
Railway tracks here early foday.
Police believed be was struck by a
train last night. > ... j.
PUBLISH CD BVERf APT B&M OOM
BXCBPT SUNDAY.
Ex-Soldiers Camping In
Capital Win First Step
Toward Forcing Payment
Heads Bonus Army
mrt
If congress does not act favor
ably on the bonus bill within a
reasonable time, according to
Walter W. Waters, above, com
mander-in-chief of the bonus army
at Washington, 150,000 more men
will join the 10,000 veterans now
camped in the national capital.
Waters hails from Portland. Ora.
HOME LOAN BANKS
URGED TO SENATE
Secretary Mills Explain 5 Ad
vantages to Banking
Committee
d *
WOULD HELP COUNTRY
Extension off Credit Accommodations
Would Greatly liD'.nove Coun
try's Financial structure,
Sectary Says
Washtpcton. June 13.—(AP)— A fa
vorab*fe report on the pending legis
'•t’ on to create a' system of home
’.oan discount banks was submitted
to the Senate Banking Committee to
day by Secretary Mills.
"The Treasury." Mills said, "believes
that a better organization of facilities
for financing home mortgage loans
would be highly desirable, and that
the provision for a nationwide sys
tem of Federal home loan banks for
the purpoee of extending credit ac
commodations to member institutions
in making home mortgage loans
would greatly improve the country's
financial structure."
EX- GOV. McLEAN 13
NOW OUT OF DANGER
Charlotte, Juno 18.—(AP)—For
mer Governor Angus W. McLean.
11l in a Charlotte hospital, was
pronounced “entirely out of dan
ger" hyattendlng physicians today.
The former governor was
brought here from his home In
Lamberton last week suffering
from a serious Infection of the
throat. He was reported to he
Showing continuous improvement.
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But Senate Must Act After
House Has Voted, And
Hoover Has Promised
To Veto Bill
TAR HEELS VOTE
FOR THE MEASURE
All But Abernethy, Who Is
Absent and Sick, Recorded
in Favor of Consideration;
Veterans Crowd Capitol,
inside and Out, Awaiting
The Outcome
Washington, June 13 (APl—The
House today voted to rail up the $2-
400,000.000 aash bonus payment legisla
tion for formal consideration.
This action repiesentod s step to
ward victory for nhe 20,000 or more
veterans who have poured into Waeh
ngion lo demand Immediate payment
A the bonus certifeatee.
W h.ie the vole was being taken, and
ong bet ore the House galleries wars
,-ucked w.th former service men, who
watched in; enaively 4 vhe proceedings.
Outtade. long Lines of veterans stood
.wp.ng to gain admittance.
if the House approves tbs
payment on final vote, the tagfela
.ion still must run the gauntlet o t the
donate and the While House. What
ictloo. the Senate will is proble
matical. But President Hoover bsa
promised a veto.
Action today came on a motion to
bring the nsolutton by Representative
I'l'ttwin, Democrat, Texas, up for con
sideration. The vote was obtained
.hrough a petition signed by 145 House
members. /
The vote tor,, consideration was 238
o 175. / % «
Tar/ Heels Favor It
All of North Carolina's House dels*
tatlon voted for consideration
it the roldiers bonus bill, except Con-
Tresar ta n Abernethy of the third dim
trlct, who was unrecorded.
'tepresentative Bulwinkle. Clark,
')oughton, Hancock, Lambeth. Pou,
Warren, Weaver and Kerr were all
recorded aa voting with the Housa
majority.
Congressman Abernethy has been
on the sick list recently.
Bonus advocates gained a powerful
ally today in an announcement by
Chairman Byrnes, of the House Ap
propriations Committee, that he will
support the full payment bill.
With only a few hours before a
House vote on the bonus Issue, and
crowdß of veterans already filling the
Capitol corridors, Byrnes said ha
would vote for the two billion dollar
new money outlay.
Asked whether a member should
vote to pay the veterans now, Byrns
replied affirmatively.
WM. C. RED FIELD, 73,
DIES IN BROOKLYN
Wa* Si-cretary of Commerce in Wilson
Cabinet; Was An Authority on
The Tariff
New Ybrk. June 3. —(AP) —William
C. RedfSeld. secretary of commeree
during the Wilson administration,
died at his Brooklyn home today. Ha
was 77, years old.
Mr. Redfieid was known as a “busi
ness man- legislator'' because he ad
vocated the application to government
of the same principles which he cham
pioned In business. He enterd Con
gress in 1311 with the tariff a domi
nant Issue, and he came to be re
garded as one of the experts on the
subject In the House. He had for
many years been a manufacturer of
field products.

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