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gateway to ! CENTRAL CAROLINA. NINETEENTH YEAR Glass Seems Sure Os Treasury Post Under Roosevelt Indications Are Virginia Senator Will Be Offered • Cabinet Jo b He field Under Wilson FARLEY LIKELY AS POST OFFICE HEAD President-Elect Anxious for Simple lnaugura), Which He Discusses With Ad. rrnral Grayson, Chairman of Arrangements; Call Only Nearby Troops On.. Dt* •. 1 . AJ’» , ,r. w iii P.oo-evelt circles 1 '' >«'i' itor <• !■«•«.<. of Virginia, n v < • itHirj to lie offered the <•:*•!'ii v of the treasury in' t: .«t > ved in the Wilson ud t. *:inn • ioo>ti' iif Mime of * hose close f-idfiu-elect. two cabinet ' ••i • hems definitely allocated.! i diy po t to Senator Glass and . r .’en»iaUhi|i to J iitik; t h.i.ini.iu of the Democra- , N •• t Committee. '*' i.-" would be able to ac rll omv portfolio wa< uu- Ac.er. because he has • health for some time *■" 'i; et talk arose at about the f- m ’h i* Mr. Roosevelt wns s^v • « t.nk with Rear Admiral [ ■ l.nyson, chairman of the in-. • - ominiit’e; over plans for •’Monies that will usher him • 'IMI'I I. INAIGIRATION IS "Ml OF GOV. ROOSKVF.I.T f » spring*. G;i.. Dec. 1. <AP> \ Inauguration. along lines in r : . with the spirit of economy. • inplated by Franklin D. Roose ident-eicct had on hi : list j today Rear Admiral Cary; .■ • o ;) chairman of the inaugural ) for a conference about the I i he exercise, that will usher i • 1 president into office on } >dtec - close to Mr. i • i .mie known that he favdr-[ iiplc ceremony and the eli f heavy expenses for the' i' ''idii of troops from other the country to march in ‘-'••ai parade. It was added " •‘ltd r.ot object to the use | 'h ti are concentrated in the | • of Washington. WAKE COUNTY LADY DIES FROM BURNSj R-»b-igh. Dec. I.—(A»*)— Mrs. '^- Mrdlin. Aft ear-old Wake i ■ "nf» woman, was fatally burn- ’ "< iisirniai at her home on the j I " istiiirg road. She died li\ Rex, I •’ ’,|>ital h**re today . ' ,r ' .Medlin's clothing became I • :ii.t»s) when she was standing In I f'-'iu of an open fireplaces School Fund| 01 $150,000 More Asked i • 1 I<luc;ition Depart- 1 oient Last To Be I leard by State Budget Commission - !>•*'' 1 1 AP* An increase " ,n the State school and w’a ■ sought today by - • Ctepur: meat of Public In ' ' i pie. enting its 1P33-3- 4 - •"dc-ts to the Advisory Bud ' ■ >n.un-sion " •'••taitmeiit ;..-ked that the six f*'tin fund he increased from ‘ 'hi- vear to 516.250.000 for r.-c t! y ear, but proposed that xt-n. -d term fund of 51.500.000 '” “iu' e.J to SI 250.000. - * iinniission concluded its series on the budget requests, i ‘hi <f ernoon will begin closed be culminated by the 1 - the administration budget ■u ’h- 1933-35 biennium. OUHWtATHLWAUN I^l^BmdAYsl aaPH hioii HtmJiyrsmt Bmly Dispatch lAR DAILY newspaper PUBLISHED LN THIS SECTION OF NORTH CAROLINA AND VDWINIA. W *R» BBKVICa OF th* associated press. j Hunting Tragedy -. -y 1 1 JEm ii s wsjfm X W¥ \ j Samuel MacKn.gnt stop) of Hur hx-k. Md., is shown as he recovered from the effects of his harrowing experience while duck hunting in the marshes of the Chesapeake River near bis home. The boy saw his brother. Thomas (lower), and his father. William Mac Knight, frozen to death before his eyes. He was unconscious and badly frost bitten when found, but was revived by the rescue party. REVENUE OF STATE CONTINUES TO LAG General Fund Income First i Five Months $388,731 Less Than 1931 HIGHWAY FUNDS OFF More Than Million Dollars Lew Than First Five Months of Previous Fiscal Year, Reports Pub lished indicate Daily DUimtch Hnrran, In the Sir Walter Hotel, l*v j OtSkERUM.. Raleigh. Dec. 1. Revenue collec- 1 lections for the general fund for the first five months of this fiscal year I '.re 53H5.731 less than for the same , five months in 1931. according to the statement of collections issued today by Commissioner of Revenue A. J. Maxwell, although collections during November amounted to $56.1*9 more than in November a year ago. Highway fund collections, front the gasoline tax, automobile license sales and title sales, continued to decrease now being $1,003,161 less than collec tions during the first five months of the last fiscal year, the figures an nounced today show. Collections for the highway fund ill November were only $133,702 less than in November u year ago. Collections this past month from tne gasoline tax. license tax and sale titles amounted to sl.- 200.8 M while in November, 1931. the collections, were $1,334,581. For the 1 five months period ending yesterday total collections amount to $6,234,171 while for the same period a year ago total collections for the highway : fund amounted to $7.23T,333 ft differ ••ContU'ued th 1*33? Potir.l i CUMBERLAND MAN ON TRIAL FOR SLAYING | Fayetteville, Dec. 1. (AP> J.- Lin j wood King, 32. mule dealer, charged i with the first degree murder of Will I Riddle. Bladen county farmer, went on trial in superior court here today with indications that selection of a jury would require considerable time. A special venire of 660 men railed to supplement the regular jury panel had been haJf exhausted and only eight jurors agreed upon when Judge Walter L. Small ordered a luncheon recess. LEGION RALLY IS HELD AT SANFORD Sanford. Dec. 1.--<AP' -American Legion members in the ninth North Carolina district were gathering here today for their annual convention to be featured bv an address late this afternoon by General Manus Mc- Closkey, commandant at Fort Bragg. The Raleigh drum and bugle corps and the Fort Bragg band were here to lead the parade, launching the program. A banquet will be held to , ni « ht * . —— ***• HENDERSON, N. C., WINBORNE TALKED TOR GOVERNORSHIP IN 1936 CAMPAIGN Present Democratic State Chairman Prefers That to Any Federal Ap. - pointment Now HIS LAW PRACTICE PLACED AT $25,000 Shuping Boomed for Com missioner of Revenue In Washington, or Failing There He Likely Will, Toi Get Grissom's Job In This State Dully llnrena .... <*«■ **»•• U-.llrr Hotel D , .*' '* » 4Mv RHVII.I.. Kaieig:h, Dec. 1. J. Wallace Win home chairman of ihe Slate Demo cratic Executive Committee, credited with Piling up the bigge-t Democratic j majority ever polled in the State, will he a candidate for the Democratic nomination for governor of North Carolina in 1936. Although he is in line for almost any fat Federal job cither in North Carolina or Wash ington he might want, he is not after any of these. I of Greensboro, who was manager of ihe successful cam paign of Senator Jotsiah William Bailey against Senator F. M. Simmons in 1930. will probably be appointed collector of internal revenue for North Carolina, although he is now being pushed for the post of commis (Continuad on Page Three.) UNDERSTANDING IS ROOSEVELT ASSET President Elect Has Sym pathy and It Is jQ>ne of Chief Attributes By (lIAKLES |*. STEWART Washington. Dec. 1. -Franklin D. Rooi-eveit's great gift is “saw." I have figured this out. after many, many unsuccessful attempts to hit upon the quality or qualities to which he owes tiie fact that unquestion ably is a remarkable figure in the public life of today. “.Savy" is a pidgin Chinese term that has no exact equivalent in any officially recognized language. Sometimes it is used interrogative ly. as “Savy?" meaning "Do you un derstand'’” but.it has not the correct I nuance in this form to express the idea I am trying to convey, as to the (Continued on Pace Three.) WARRENTON WOMAN HEADS ART GROUP Raleigh. Dec. 1. *APi Mr*. Kath erine Pendleton Arrington, of War renton. today was re-elected presi dent of the State Art Society. Th' election was made by the exe cutive committee of the organization after the annual meeting of the so ciety was concluded this morning. Dr. M. C. S. Noble. Jr., of Raleigh, was again named secretary with Clem Strudwick, Os HilLsboro, and John J. Blair, of Raleigh being elect ed vice-presidents. U. S. F ourtli In Strength Os Aviation Three Unnamed Ma jor Powers Stand Ahead of America In Air Forces Washington. Dec. I. (AP)— The United States stands fourth in rela tive air strength in comparison with other major powers. This was stated today by F. Trubee Davison, assistant secretary of war for aviation, who based his estimates on the full air strength this county could employ in a particular opera tion where armies, navies and aid forces would be used to their full ca pacity. Five additional pursuit squadrons remain to be organized to complete the overseas aid defense in Panama and Hawaii in the army's aviation expansion scheme. Davison said in his annual report covering the so-called five-year development program of the air corps. The program has not been completed on schedule because of cur tailment of appropriations. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 1, 1932 Parley With "Big Chief” 1 fIPL. i H ' . Roh?^nn JO f n A H vL Bank> l <, * d u (icf , t> ' of Al »bania. and Senator Joseph T Robinson, of Arkansas (right), leader of the Democratic PartVV minor- Uj in the short Session ol Congress, at the “Little White House ” Warm La., where the President-elect is vacationing.’ Ehringhaus Inauguration On January 5 Definitely Agreed On By Officials Use Strik es Only As Final Weapon Cincinnati, Ohio, Dec. I.—(AP)— Strike* will be only “a last resort” In the American Federation of lahupK efforts t o **(( talilldh unem ployment insurance and the Ho lt our week for the American work man. leaders of tfce urganixatiuu said toda>. The iiisiiram-e plan, which would be paid for by employers and ad ministered by the state, was adopt ed aim..si unariinioiiH'y yesterday in the Federation's convention here The six-hour day and five-day week was ratified Tuesday under similar circumstances. Hearing Is Held About Textbooks Publish ers Have H i h- Powered I .awyers To Argue for Them Dallr Dispart** Birrm In the Sir Walter Hotel . FT J. C BASK Kit VI 1.1, Raleigh. Dec. 1- Hearings arc be ing held here this afternoon by the State Board of Education for the te presentatives of the various geography textbook publishers whose books have been recommended for adoption by the board. These hearings were sche duled to start at 2 o'clock and will continue through the afternoon. They ■were to have been held Tuesday, but (Continued on Page Four.' AW ILL Rogers . \j P 4oys: Bever'y Hill, Calif., I >ec. I. They got a “gag" in these col leges now. when they slip behind an old hoy or girl and say; “What are you going to ntaj-ir in?” Oh, professor, I am'not going In the army. I ain’t going to do any majoring.’’ “1 mean what is to he your life’s work. Hurry up now, let be know before noon.” Now, there la nothing they can do. Yet, they are told to make up their minds what it is? Sup pose professor* and teachers were told they couldn't teach any more, but to make up their minds what they were going to “major” In? If somebody took my little Jokes and good looks away from me. I know it would take me a right smart »peH before I could make up my mind what to “major” in, especially if this Eighteenth Amendment is voted out. , _. J Yours, WILL. Other State Officers Will Assume Their Duties at Same Exercises as Governor DAY AFTER START GENERAL ASSEMBLY Will Give New Governor Early Start on His Dutie*, Getting Under Way At Same Time as Legislature Begins To Function On Its Big Task Raleigh. Dec. 1. (APi Governor “iect John C. B. Ehringhaus of Eliza beth City, will be inaugurated here January 5. The Elizabeth City man will become the State's 30th governor to have been elected by the people, a number of his predeecessors having served two or more terms since the office was placed on the general ballot in 1836 Now, however, a governor cannot be re-elected after serving a four-year term. Mr. Ehringhaus said he had decided that the inauguration should be field on January 5 after conferences with the incoming lieutenant governor, sec retary of state and other officers who will assume their positions at the same time. The inauguration on the second day of the legislature will make it one of the earliest in recent State history, and will give Ehringhaus a chance to start his work at the same time the legislative committees begin to function. Hoover For Sales Taxes For Budget| President Also Leans to Flat 10 Percent Cut For Federal Employees Washington. Dec. 1. (AP) -Hoping to make both ends meet. President Hoover ii. looking to a flat ten per cent pay cut for government em ployees and a general manufactures’ sales tax, plus new economies, to bal ance the Federal budget. The budget phase of his final mes sage to Congress was before Mr. Hoover today. It presented a problem calling for, renewed conferences with Secretary Mills of the Treasury and congressiona leaders. The report has gained wide circula tion that the (President views the sales tax a*; the moat equitable form of necessary new taxation, now ap parently not to be avoided. The drive by Mr. Hoover for dras tic reductions in government expen ditures in the next fiscal year has turned him to consideration of the outright pay cut plan for Federal em ployees as opposed to the existing furlough system. »V MR Y ARTItkOON EXCEPT SUNDAY. British Note Here, French Is Coming, Asking Debt Delay ’ On to Washington! |Bk .* BSyv v» B jfl WF Helmi Huttenen Coming east ail the way from Se attle. Wash., Helmi Huttenen is shown at Communist Headquar ters in Detroit as she bivouacked with the 500 “hunger marchers” who are heading for Washington. The marchers, traveling in trucks and automobile*, expect to teach the national capital hy the open ing session of congress. Dec. 3. aTslthwould CHANGE N. Y. PLAN Suggests Greater Powers for Mayor and Regular City Legislature New York. Dec. I. -(AP) Gover nor Alfred E. Smith today presented to the Hofatadter legislative commit tee a detailed plan for complete re organization of the ciiv government, under which the mayor would be the supreme executive officer, with a leg islature of two houses, a city senate and a city assembly under him. Smith, who was reared on the lower East Side, served in the assembly and was four times elected governor of New York State, told the committee that the borough system adopted 35 years ago had become antiquated, and that it was time to decide whether there are to be five cities or one city. TOBACCO SALESMAN ROBBED, ATTACKED Greenville, S. C., Dec. 1. (AP)-- Curtis Adkins, traveling tobacco salesman was found near here early today in a creek, where he had been thrown after a highwayman knocked him unconscious and robbed him of $lO5. Ad km.- said a man he did not know attacked him last night after holding him up at the point of a pistol. Sheriff Cliff Bramlett investigated the robbery, and said Adkins told him he was coming to Greenville early last night when the man hailed him on the outskirts of the ctiy. DENTON BANK THEFT CASE GOES TO JURY Lexington. Dec. I. (AP) — The case of four young High Point men charg ed with robbery of the Carolina Bank and Trust Company at Denton . Sep tember 6 was given to a jury at 12:45 p. nj. today. Judge W. F. Harding instructed the jurors to go to lunch before starting their deliberations. ROCKY MOUNT COPS NAB WILSON BOYS Rocky Mount, Dec. I.(AP>--R*rt»ert D&tts, 18; Jesse Luper, 17; and'James Luper, 21. of Wilson were arrested here today by police, who caught them stealing from a store. They pleaded guiky when arraign ed In court a few hours later and were bound to Nash County Superior , Court. PACES TODAY FIVE CENTS COPY Embassy Does the Unusual 1 and Sends British Note to Stimson at His Rural Home CONTENTS WILL BE PUBLISHED LATER i France Will Claim • Post ponement , Necessary, j But Is Ready To Pay IE Forced Jo So; Cham ber' or Deputies Bloc Is Against Payment Now Washington. Dec. 1- <Al J i— The British war debt note today waa de livered In Becreiarv SliDtson. ! The British Embassy sent the not i ; *be secretiny at his home, whem ■ j he went immediately to confer will* ; th*- President at the White House. The secretary of state was the only I member of the department who ha 1 seen the note, and no informal io.i ! about its contents was given out. The note, however, will hbe give i to the press sometime today for pub lication. The British ambassador. Sir Ilona! I Lindsay, personally took th< note I ■ Secretary Stimsons suburban hour , an unusual procedure. The payments due from Great Bn lain are $30,000.00(1 principal r.ml s#s . .*50,000 interest. Krnnee has slightly less than $2t).000.0u0 coming due. Tb» j vVar debt payments from ten coun j tries due on December 15 total morn I than $123000.000. ] FRANCK RKAIII TO FAY l*P IF COMPKLLKI) TO IK) SO ' Paris, Dec. 1. (AP)-The cabinet j approved the text of a new note to I he United Stains concerning the war i debts this morning. It probably will j De sen! to Washington sometime to j day. but the government wants to make sure that the British note reaches Secretary Stimson first, i During the discussions of the past ( several days in Parliament and elac i where, it has been indicated that this I note will renew the assertion that postponement of the $20,000,000 pay ment due December 15 is necessary. If postponement is not granted, * however. Premier, Herriot. it H said, ! in ready to pay,/despite the threat of j serious Opposition in the Ciiuinbcf of. , Deputies! y ■ „ New \\ ayne Bank ! In Goldsboro Is Open to Business Goldsboro. Dec. 1. (APi Tin Bank of Wavne opened f< «• bo.-in-ss j here today and the recfivei for tb«» Wayne National Bank, which cior ed last December, paid a perccnC dividend. Gurney P. Hood, Stale brink cr.m niLssioner. and an ative of Wayne county, formally opened the i*»nk at 9 a. m., and saw a firrt >lep*>.-t< of $83,000 made by* the Wayne Holding Corporation. I Ascftre of people were on >i *nr| as the doors opened and crowd, i r reus ed during the day. Mistrial In Asheville's Bank Cases I * .i * I _ |Jur\ Discharged In Trial of Three Men For V iolating Fede ral Law * - A-hrville. Dec. I. (AP) —A mis trial was declared in Federal court here today in the trial of three Ashe ville bankers on charges of violation of national banking laws. The jury reported at 10:30 «. m~ after retiring with the case about 5 p. m.. Tuesday. The defendants are L. E. Jenkin: J. C. Bradford and Russell C. I avh In one indictment. Jenkins, forme president of the American Nations l Bank, is charged with conspiracy t'* misapply and misapplication of fundi of the bank. A eec'ir.d in-lirtment 'tfharges tb» trio with conspiracy to misapply funds of the bank. WEATHER FOR NORTH CAROLINA. . tmir. tonight; Friday party i uiepdjr, atowtgr rising temperature.