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j UFVPEKSON,
IoAVEWAVTO
' CENTRAL
C.\KOI.!NA.
nineteenth year
REPEAL
Army Os Demonstrators Still Bottled
MOTLEY THRONG IS !
UNABLE TO PIERCE
BLUECOATS’ LINES
Frmforcemenls of Police!
Sent To Sidewalk Camp I
Outside City About
Noon Hour
THAI WAS HOUR OF
CONGRESS OPENING
i
Lawyers Representing The,
Marchers Make Scant*
Headway in Efforts to In
voke Law To Release
Group. Demanding sso'
Each and Unemployment;
Insurance
j
\\ a.'hinurton, Dec. 5 (APli
- Conjrress met today in |
<d \ ily guarded Capitol, l
army of demonstrators!
• descended upon the 1
ia-t night were stiil bot-|
■’d up by blueeoats on a;
• stretch of pavement in 1
:.** outskirts.
'• '"Z 'id fuming iiunin-it police,
i ’h*- motl-.v throng unre'
morrhlng order. took up |
i ’litimi'r ’ji■ 1 1 beaded for tbe ;
. ..r police
* •> ">***, the blue r»nV<s tightened?
.. U,em. tfv ks'SiJ turned]
ic i jeered the police for their)
representing the marcher^!
ii. tde 1:V1* tf'Rf’tvpy in c r |
■•a** ih" !«v- as a means !
•rtf' nr«*up lr*-n, it, ptivc- j
mi,, and permitting the de j
• • t.i m.<M'li to the mpitot to
with their plans to demand .'
: h uni! enactment of unemploy- [
’ in *lr*nee. I
E f'Tf Moor.. *he hour for Con-J
• .irne. upwards of 150 more |
tr- ired at ihr enmp. and ap- t
■ 1 lock any effort to rush »
Tli-re h'itp then some 300
■ • <■ on hand cor,fronting the j
’ i -titnatt'd bv authorities at!
• 1 • ' I
____ i
Japs Push
lo Soviet
l
Frontiers
1 dinpaiern Against
Insurgent Chinese
ln M<inch ii ri a
IlcnrJ In M oscow
■ " • A I’i The Japdll, m
' ■ 1 t" « point within 75
•h- <n\ let holder in Man
;i it* campaign against
( ho»f. a -i*uation which
*Mm)fnt pause as to the
■■ Moscow.
fi*'iahP»ni concentrated on
leliiions. especially
* h« f.i it.- that the Japan
‘ 'n:_'h‘ pti-h on to Man-
M "h Jiii! ier lander city.
ofliee (ii.-eloseu. • that
I Re Japanese charge
• 1 M-isi-ow, ija,| approached
‘ "I'H ii-.ii ot Kusaia. L.
" 1, ‘ 1 ■- 'he circumstances
'Olpllg!
’-•• t o;d M Ka ink nan that
' •-"’ii\ for the ,Tipan«!S«
'm' the Chinese insurgent,
1 I’lPtwen. who has been
' 'kiiith **f noilhwesfern
■' 'letlame <>f the .Japan
'| 'i ha., been keeping more
Japanese as hostages.
OCR WEATHEP MAM
• atroM
, " - - - CHRISTMAS
. -
■C
Hrniirrsmt ©atlg Sispatrlj
— ■ ° NLY DAILY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED LN THIS SECTION of NORTH CAROLINA AND VIRGINIA.
WIK» SSRVICB
or THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
PRESIDENT-ELECT ISN’T RESTING MUCH THESE DAYS
ttt»f#W K
KM i milM - pPPIm limi
Ks WJg&gMaUngm f /
■ i .«■ »/
I’rcririetit Idler t Franklin D 1
Konsnelt has I* ■* n ho.-t to many I
visitors daring his stay at the |
‘‘l.ittle White Imu-e” at Warm 1
| Extra Congress Session
j From Spring Until Fall
! Inevitable, Stewart Says
I So Great and so Pressing Is Public Business, Not More
Than Fourth of It Will Have Been Completed by
End of February; Roosevelt Not Fearful
B> CHARLES I*. STEWART
Washington. Dec. 5. Congress will
hardly have begun to dispose of the
urgent problems awaiting legislative
solution oy the date constitutionally
fixed for the present lawmaking
body’s final adjournment and a
change in administration, next March
i.
From all indications Democratic
managers are as anxious as party
managements usually are to avoid an
-Ntra session early in the new regime.
The volume of business to be hand
ltd on Capitol hill, however, is enor
mous. If a quarter of it has been act-
FRUIT PICKERS IN
WEST TAKEN AWAY
Six Leaders of Strikers In
California Kidnaped
From Jail
Vacaville Cal.. Dec. 5, <AP> -Six
reputed leaders of a strike which has,
disrupted fruit picking in Vaca val
lev were kidnaped from Vacaville jail
early today, whisked away in auto
mobiles. and reported pointed red,
beaten and told never lo return to
this vicinity
Tho men were among If* persons
arrested during a clash in front of
the public library Sunday. Police es
timated 1.000 .people participated in
the fray when townsbroke up a pa
iade and 150 striking fruit workers,
who are demanding a wage of $1.50 a
day.
The six were taken fro-i jail by a
group of men who dro/c tepidly into
the country in seven automobiles,
warning others not to fellow. License
plates on the cats were cover**.
After a prolonged search fur the
party, which he “guessed v.:t- made
up of irate towns people an ! fnr:.ierx
Police Chief O. E. Alev aid 1“ un
derstood the erstwhile pus*.ter’ had
been turned loose ten mile* n the
country and their captors had. return
ed home. ;
AUDITOR, TAX AGENT
NAMED IN MADISON
Marshall. Dec. 5. tAP» An auditor
and tax manager were named here
today for Madison county, chai
ns of in serVing o
Sic£ onappHcants for examina
tion were made.
A. B. McDantels, of Marshall, vraa
elected auditor, and Kelse Wilson, of
Bull Creek, w&j named tax manager.
HENDERSON, N. C., MONDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 5, 1932
BILL
Springs. Ga. Surrounding the
New York gowt ioi pictured in
his runabout are, lift to light,
Urcckcnridge Long. Senator John
I ed on by the end of February, it will j
be surprising and not much of the !
remaining three-fourths can very well j
* wait.
j President-elect Roosevelt is said not .
i to share his advisers’ dread of a Con- i
gressional accompaniment to the be- |
ginning of his term. This is fortunate
it is inevitable with every prospect
1 that it will contnue through most of
the spring, summer and fall of the
! New Yorkers first year in the White
* House.
; The 1932-33 session opens with the
(Ccntinued on Page Pive.)
Arms Pact
Sought By
Christmas
M ere “VV i nd o w
Dressing Won’t Be
Satisfactory, U. S.
Tells Conference
Geneva, Dec. 5. <AP) The four
big powers of Europe, and the Unit
ed States, set but today to gain de
finite program toward world dlsarma
ment before Christmas, with an Am
erican warning before them to the ef
fect that mere "window dressing" will
not be satisfactory.
The American delegation also made
it plain that it understood all five
nations were entering the discussion
with the understanding that the basia
of the proceedings was "disarmament,
pure and simple.
The Americans said the question of
equality raised by Germany last sum
mer. when she withdrew from the
conference, and security, a paramount
issue wth France, weie not to be fun
damentals of the cohservatons.
OrginaMy the meetup fas called for
the announced purmi>o :e of getting
Germany baCU nto the Conference, but
the American, statement would indi
cate that the talks w*ere Rolng beyond
the announced intentions.
WEATHER
FOB NORTH CAROLINA.
Fair tonight; Tuesday Increas
ing cloudiness and warmer, fol
lowed by rain in extreme west
portion. , .
| S. Cohen, Senator W. p'. George
. and Admiral Cary T. Grayson.
I !He picsident-elect ia rdtuming to
' Alhanv earii t th in expected.
YOUNG DEMOCRATS
TO HOE OWN ROW
Will Hold Own National
Conventions And Have '
Own Headquarters
COMMITTEEMEN MEET
Tyre Taylor, In Kal?igh, National
President. Outlines plans At
Gathering Os leaders Held
In Atlanta
Atlanta. Ga.. Dec. 5. (API The na
tions young Democrats plan to elect
tho r rv n maintain thej|-
own and hold- their
own national convention in the fu
ture.
Tyre Taylor, of Raleigh, N. C., na
tional president of the Young Demo
crats of America, here to preside over
a meeting of the national commit
teemen today, said th,- young men
have decided to retain their individu
ality as a part of Democracy. The or
ganization, since iis formation at
Washington prior to the campaign
which saw Frnnkln L>. Roosevelt
swept into the presidency by the
! greatest of popular majorities, has
been operating under resolutions pass
ed there.
Today the Young Democrats are to
adopt a constitution and set up a per
manent national body. Tomorrow they
will complete their work and visit
President-elect Roosevelt at Warm
Springs just before he leaves for New
York.
POP WARNER QUITS
HIS COACHING JOB
Stanford University, Cal., Dee.
S.<AP) —Glenn S. (l*op) Warner.
Stanford football coach, announc
ed today he had submitted his re
signation to Dr. Thomas A. Story,
director of athletics.
At the same time the veteran
coach announced he had received
a onntriM-1 from Temple Univer
sity, Philadelphia. - and would la*
there to take charge of practice
next spring.
Public Installation Os
Officers Had Over State
Chapel 1 Hill. Dec. st—'The* first of a
series of formal public installations of
local officials ever to be held in North
Carolina in the presence of the peo-:
pie who elected them was to be cont ’
dueled at impressive ceremonies throij
ughout the State today, under the
auspices of the Institute of Govern-'
ment, according to plans announced
here today by Prof. Albert Coates, of ]
the University Law School, director*
of the institute.
The principal ceremony will be held
in Raleigh under the auspices of th*
DEFEATED
Up By Washington Police
REYNOLDS MACHINE
MAYBE BO WANE
Raleigh Has Idea New Or
ganization Consists Most
ly of Pie Hunters Seek
ing Favor
WARLICK~AMBITION
KNOWN LONG WHILE
Newton Judge Has Had
Eyes on Governorship In
1936 for Months; Rey
nolds and Warlick May
Not Have Approved Meet
ing In Charlotte Last Week
Dallr ni.piUr* Rarenm.
In Ik. Mir Walter Hotel
SY J. r llAHlilcnt It.l-
RaLigh. Dec. 5. Instead of helping
Senator Robert R. Reynolds or as
td.-illng Judge Wilson Warlick. of
Newton, to get the Democratic nom
ination for governor in 1936. the
movement launched in Charlotte Fri
day night to form a Statewide Rey
nolds "organization" t<* buck War
lick for governor, is likely to
a boomerang, according to the bulk
of belief in politic:*! circles here. Not
that those who have launched or are
attempting to launch lliis Statewide
Reynolds organization are not sincere
in their enthusiasm and efforts. Bui
the reaction her* t* that any attempt
to set up n political organization now
to dictate the selection of a governor
in 193 d, u likely to prove more cm
baraasing to th* candidates It la sup
porting than anything else. The op
inion ni-:> prevails here that tip- ac
tion taken by this group in Charlotte
must have been taken without Judge
Warlick's knowledge and probably
without Senator Reynolds' knowledge
of its intentions. *
It has been known here for,some
lime that Judge Warlick hase been
considering becoming a candidate for
the Democratic nomination for gov
ernor in 1936. Intimations to this ef
fect were heard here even the
Democratic primaries of the spring
nncC summer. He has been considered
hct'2 ai one of the most formidable of
(Continued on Page Tbrae.)
PEANUT GROWERS
ARE ORGANIZING
Meeting Held In Many Ea®t
em Carolina Counties
For Purpose
Scotland Neck. Dec. <AR> -
! Throughout the peanut belt of North
Carolina growei-s assembled in mass
meetings today to perfect an organ
ization for withholding the crop from
the market.
Meetings were to be held ia the
court houses of Washington. Martin,
Edgecombe. Halifax, Hertford. North
ampton. Beilie. Perquimans and pos
' sibiy Chowan counties. The Eastern
Carolina Chamber of Commerce ha.s
charge of organizing the “Scotland
Neck" market band plan adopted at
a meeting of growers of North Cart*-
Una fond Virginia at Murfreesboro
last Tuesday.
Under it peanuts could not b< sold
without the permission of a central
committee, which would inspect prices
offered. Picketing would be lesorted
to if necessary to persuade farmers
to fall in line.
Wake Cmnty ur.il of ihe In.*tit,ute of
Government. Pnriic»pating in the Ra
leigh program will be Chief Justice
W. P. Stacy of the North Carolina
Supreme Court; Governor-elect J. C.
B, Ehiinghaus; Republican guberna
torial nominee Clifford Frazier, Qt
Greensboro; Kemp D. Battle, ot
Rocky Mount, president of the North
Carolina Bar Association; Judge
Junius G. Adams, erf Asheville, chair
man of the organization committee
intinuod on Pago Six)
PUBLISHED SVCKY AJ*T ULNOGM
EXCHPT SUNDAY
House, By Narrow
Margin, Declines
To Kill Dry Law
Reynolds Sworn
. In L ; S. Senator
YYAatiiniErton. -Dec. 5. —(API
Robert R. Reynolds, 4>f Asheville,
I 3V. t'., wiik sworn in as » piemhei*
j of the United States Senate "today
! to Mieceed Senator (hnteroiv Mor
rison. of North (arolinu.
Reynold-.' credentials were pre
i nentod along with those of Walter
Walker, of Grand Jmiction, Col.,
and K. S. tiramnters. of Washing
tor State. All three new members
were e'eeted to complete unrxpired
terms, Reynolds taking the seat ot
Morrison to complete the term ot
the late Senator Overman.
I
Republican
Group Aids
Roosevelt
Independents To Be
Lined Lp By Sena
tor Cutting, Who
Hurries To Capital
Warm Springs. Ga.. Dec. 5. iAP*
Senator Cutting, of New Mexico, first
of the indejiendent Republicnn.i *.o
visit Franklin D. Roosevelt, laid his
legislative views beside those of the
President-elect in n long conference
here today, decided they Were similar
and left for Washington to talk with
colleagues about a concerted program.
While the Democratic presidr-nt
elcet was turning to a brief /period
of rest between series of calh?rs. Sen
ator Cutting sped northward for the
opening of the short session of Con
giess, taking with him the view that
the independent Republicans should
get together to agree on a concerted
plan of action, ftpon (he legislation
that will be the business of the ses
sion.
In the group that came to see Mr.
| Roosevelt today were Governor Harry
| Wood ring, of Kansas, and Guy Hel-
I vering, national committeeman for
I that State, and General J. S. Coxev.
| now mayor of Massilon. Ohio, the
I leader of the famous march upon
I Washington in the last decade of the
19th century. Mayor James L.. Key. of
j Atlanta, also was on the list of cal
j lers.
MIMTNESS
FOUND IN WINSTON
Russell Sherwood, Wanted
In Mayor Walker Case,
Prisoner on Ranch
Winston-Salem. Dec. 5 (API - Rus
sell T. Sherwood, missing witness in
the Seabury investigation into fiscal
affairs of New York City, Is alive and
weii, and ha stakon steps to fight for
tights. Cardis an accountant,
said here today.
Sherwood, one.time secretary to and
close associate of Jimmy Walker, for
mer mayor of New York, spent seve
ral days here last week. Cardis Walker
said, and employed the latter to make
an investigation concerning assess
ments, penalties and liens filed against
him by the collector of internal reve
nue In New York.
Missing for months. Sherwood was
quoted by Walker as saying he "nad
been held a prisoner on a ranch in
northern New Mexico- ,
Walker said Sherwood told him he
had been advised to remain away from
New York during the first part of this
year, but that, with the convening of
the Democratic National Convention
in Chicago, he found himself a pris
oner on a ranch which he said was
tContinued-oo i**age Three.}, „
6 PAGES
, TODAY
FIVE CENTS CeFt
Speaker Game? Has Said
He Would 'Not Permit
Another Vote At
Present Session
FOUR VOTES~CHANGE
WOULD BE REVERSE
Lusty Cheer Rises From Dry
Section of House When
Garner Announces Reso.
lution Is Lost; Senate Fiu.
ishes In Twenty Minutes
and Then Adjourns
Washington, Dee. o (AD
—The House today rejected
the Gamer resolution for
prohibition repeal.
The vote stood 271 for re
peal : 144 against.
A two-thirds majority vote was
necessary for approval of the rcsolu
lution, and the neccaaaTy margin not
(Continue a Page Five.)
Stronger
Immigrant
Law, Urged
Secretary Doak Says
Enough LabAr In
United States For,
Long Time
Washington, Dec. 5. Tight
ening of immigration laws to limit
entry of aliens to those acf ully need
ed in specific trades was r j*;ommend
ed to Congress today in J l* annual
r.'port of Secretary of .* A’llilura
S. Doak.
He also urged that rear ■i: > f thd
Kngli.-h language be mn.J ■ i i < »srn«
tial requirement for natu dzition.
The secretary, in reviex’.*; .i- Iris de
partment activities in the :»-«*.! year
ending June 30. stated only 3.'..j76 im
migrants were admitted Ah' sfailcat
number in more than HJI ycais"—and
that 32.K3K either had I>ecn deported
sent out of the country at their own
request or allowed to leave to avoid
deportation.
“Mature consideration of our con
ditions leads me to lielieve,” he said,
“that the country wilL not likely agalqi
be in condition successfully
a similarly vast number of aliens as
were allowed until n few years ago.
1 believe that in development of our
resources and the ’natural increases
of the present population, we have
approached or reached a stage when
the facilities and opportunities of em
ployment will not exceed our supply
of workers at horpe.”
AW ILL
raWocjEßj
\J7 *sgys:
Santa Wonica, Calif 4 !>er 15.
Every bey 1» thi» “Lame
Duck” Congress, hut do you know,
those follows have chane% to
make a real name for themselves,
and iTiak* us ashamed ***** wo
fired Vm.
They know exactly how Bie peo
|d* voted on every question that
they will he asked to decide on.
They know the majority didn’t
want prohibition, they know the
majorit} don't wan l ! the debt can
celled. They km *w everybody
want* government expense cot la
half.
80* when any qutetten comts ap,
all they' have to do Is read uie
election returns. Coarse, If
want to still he on the minority
side of all these things, we will
know macttv why they was de
feated. 1 f«i us
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