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"SfyDERSON,
SAVEWAY TO
CENTRAL
CAROLINA.
NINETEENTH YEAR
ASK
farm Board
ASK FARM PRICES
MHO TO LEVEL
OF OTHER GOODS
Elaborate Scheme Outlined
Ev harm Board, Includ.
ing Debt Cut To The
Cooperatives
CURTIS AND GARNER
OFFER COOPERATION
pledge Assistance To Dirt
Farmers In Relief Program
tor Agriculture; Want
Highe- Prices For Farm
Products Throughout The
Unicd States
■C i Dec T. tAI * • Cuii
. action t<> increase the in
'he American farmer by
. th>- general level of agri
• in n < • to a par with other
»' ; h advocated today by
mi board.
ft* Iti pronged pn b!cm wa< as
• • Congress in a special r»
legislative recommendation.',
ud the board's stabilization
• were powerless to achieve
I
• hint as to the board's ideas on
i m of such legislation was
(Continual rr Page Five.)
NtCRO-S ASSAULT *
CASE GIVEN JURY
VV . resvllie, Dec. 7.—(AP)— The
Tving the case of Charles Rose.
Negro. charged with attempted
.-.-aijlt on a five-year-old
. ■ began its deliberation at
o. o.ilay,
ni, was given the re ea Her
• of Judge Hoyle Sink and
.aments of attorneys.
'• • ’edifying yesterday in his
behalf, denied the States cou
i *hat he lured the girl to his
•ii oni mistreated her.
Roosevelt
Will Study
U. S. Set-Up
ill Call Kxperts To
Warm Springs Next
Month To Inform
Himself
**• •• :• gton. Dec 7 iAPi Frank.
' * rioonevelt plans to make a
J.’h study of th** whole struc
•f the Fedora! government dur
’ ues of t&lksk with experts he
• ’<> Warm Springs late in
‘ of the president-eb-ct wore
•'* today fhortlyl before he
• •" Washington for a 15-minute
’" : "ie speeding on to New York
tt’ontinued on Page Four.^
Belgium Again Requests
Postponing Os Payments
~ ' ' Dec -7. 'Af*» Paul
*" today pre
> w note to Secretary Stim
ku.- for an extension of the
'■'iium on war debt payments.
' '>inn»unication was an elabora*
. 1,1 tx P ,Hn ation of Belgium's first
on November 15 which re*
‘ ‘d e -uspenaion of pa>-mentß due
■ nii'er 15 pending a general re
' ti at ion of war debt payment*.
'~" mi h '-« a payment of 12.125.000
. •' ''we on December 15.
'‘ntireiy interest and not
■ •"•iirtbi*
‘. r " ' (Ah ‘ ,j{ Belgium's funded deR
' ! mted States was $400,680,000
• '* 'iiio *32,191,273 has been paid.
, auo.rs in all— Great Britain,
*“* Poland, CzecbOfr
t>. uaut rww ME
jMj HeNDeasc
Wrttorramt ©ally Itanqffh
AR ...... -?. NLY DAILY PUBLISHED LN THIS SECTION OF NORTH CAROLINA AND VIISIIMA.
r or L THR A ?S£U wtKB w«»vica
ur THK ABBOCIATKD PRESS.
MORE MONEY
As Congress Met For “Lame Session
, _ ** ♦ i
ET £§§§3ra2& ■ ■ m ;; * 4 *-s|far- ;
Wf \ y 1 f ? MM 11 SSBMjrj*i HhH
\ *""i iu. v •**" • f the 'lon ,of Kepreaen'.atives as Congress met lor ttn.
important and probably last “lame duck” session A few minutes after
..peakeivAinrnrr caLled ti*e House to- order ike Vice President-elect’s
/
DEER IS UNLIKELY
IN NORTH CAROLINA
DESPITE CONGRESS
Big Vote On Repeal In
House This Week Arous
ing New Hope Among
Beer ' Folks
ADVOCATES - ARGUING
ITS TAX ADVANTAGE
Claim It Would Bring In
$500,000 Annually; Op
ponents Point To Grave
Menace of Intoxicated
Drivers on State Highways
and Other Objections
Onllr llivpatrh Barra*,
In tt*e Sir Wnlirr Hotel,
pr j r. itASKFinvii.i,.
Raleigh. Dec. 7. While tne large
vote obtained for the prohibition re
peal resolution in Congress, lacking
only six votes of the needed two
thirds majority, is causing the beer
enthusiasts to have new hope for
beer by Christmas, or at least early
next year, the outlook for beer in
North Carolina is not bright, accord
tng to most opinion here. For even
if this Congress or a special session
of the next modifies or repeals the
on Ptgfl Four)
lovakia and Latvia - have formally
asked an extension of time mi De
cember 15 payments, pending iccon
sideration of war debt agi cements.
BRITISH, FRENCH I’KIMTLRS
WILL DISCUSS
Paris. Dec. 7.--<AP>- Her
riot said today that he will make no
decision regarding the French policy
on the money owed the United -static
until after he has taU. d tomorrow
with Prime .Minister MacDonald oJ
Great Britain. . . „
Mr. MacDonald was in town today,
but the two premiers will await tire
arrival of Neville Chamberlain, Bri
tish chanceller of the exchequer, wh
to due tonight, before undertakim
discussions of the situation.
And Dirt
Brewers, Pleading Cause,
Promise Everything Good
Would Bring Trea*ury $330,000,000 Revenue, Furnish
300,000 Men Jobs and Re lease $360,000,000 In Re
habilitation of Breweries Throughout Country
Washington. Dec. 7, (AP) Wit
)H ssca for brewers depicted heed as
a biinger of good tidings for business
and the Federal treasury- in the open
ing of testimony before the House
Ways and Means Committee today on
the Collier bill.
Advocating a brew of four percent
alcohol by volume. Levi Cooke, of
Washington, and R. A. Huber, of St.
i/ouis on bcnalf of the United States
Brewers Association estimated a $5
a barrrll tax would enrich the Trea
sury by i : 330.945.1)00 a year.
Addressing the powerful commit
tee. but turning now and then to the
crowded audience., said the
FIVE MEN TO DIE
THIS WEEK, NEXT
Four Slated For Electrocu
tion at State Prison Fri.
day Next Week

Raleigh. Dec. 7.—(APl—Four men
under sentence of electroccution faced
execution at State’s Prison on e week
irom Friday, on December 16 and an
other. Ja«e Jones, is scheduled to die
this Friday. December 9.
Jnnes convicted of the murder of
J. H. Poole, a local filling station
operator has never denied his guilt,
and. unless Governor O Max Gardner
intervenues with executive clemency
he will die this week.
"I had rather be dead than stay on
Death Row." the 19-year-old Negro
boy said today.
One week rrom Friday Ed Denver,
of Columhus county; Joe Stafford, of
Wayne county; Harvey Wallace, of
Lee county, and Alec Grier of Jacn
son county, are slated fn«* execution
unless the governor interferes.
OUR WEATHER MAN .
* .118 daysA
KFOSf
CHRISTMAS
HENDERSON, N. C., WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 7, 1932
Farmers
TO BALANCE U. S.
j resolution calling for the repeal of the iSih Amendment was introduce'.
I by Representative Rainey. Democratic floor leader, arid defeated by six
i votes. The Heaae Cm pin mi is shown opening the session with a pravsr.
bet. >v* uppoited could be sold for
nine tt.. : .1 b lido and that its leg
alization would t::u.-e S369U.O(X).fHK) to
be npent to lohiabijitate 'breweries
and 300.000 men would be given work
With the present brewing capacity
in the country- at 15.000.000 barrels
; annually, he said a 10.000.000 barrel
I capacity would be needed before long,
j Following Cooke's testimony that
| the 2:75 percent by weight provided
' in the bill placed before the commit
tee by Chairman Collier was insuf
ficient In alcoholic content. Huber
said a 3.2 percent beer was a better,
product. The latter would be four
percent by volume.
‘Marchers '
At Capital
Departing
Washington, Dec. 7. <AP>- Truck
after truck headed into the west and
south today, taking the last of the
shouting, singing demonstrators for
unemployment relief over the long,
tedious miles to their homes.
With a iinal jeer at the police who
had confined them to a pavement en
campmcnt. the men and women piled
into their vehicles, stowed away
blankets end said thev were satis
fied with the showing they had made.
Police and vigilance was not relax
ed until the last truck was gone, and
then, wearied and dog-tired from al
most continuous duty since Sunday,
the hundreds of Washington bluo
coats sought their rest.
ITALIAN LINER AT
SEA IS REPAIRED
St. .Johns, X. F.. Dec. 7.—(API
—The Canadian I’rww said today
that the new Italian liner Conte
•dl Savoia. reported disabled rti >9 •
miles off the coast of Newfound
land, has been rqairetl and Is
proceeding toward New fork.
Weather
FOR NORTH CAROLINA .
Cloudy, with rain tonight and
In east portion Thursday morn
ing; colder Thursday and la ex
treme west portion tonight.
Urge Relief
| Mills Asks
: Enactment
| Sales Tax
i
'Tre asury Head Savs
w *
i Exercises Adopted
; Have Failed and He
I Urges Repeal
Washington. Dot*. IL —-(Al*}-~
The turbulent sales tax Issue was
tossed squarely hark Into the lap
| of Congress toay by Secretary
! Mills with a recommendation that
a 2 1-1 per cent general manufac
turers levy be adopted.
In his annual report, the secretary
of the treasury said the present spe
cific excise laxcs adopted at the last
session of Congress had failed to pro
duce the expected revenue and he
proposed their repeal.
Mills directly' asked the House to
1 reverse itself. Only six months ago,
that body bolted its leadership to vote
tCoaUnued oa rage Three.)
ANOTHER SENATOR
. IN FROM COLORADO
Washington, Dec. 7. (AP>
Karl C. Shuyler, a Republican,
took the oath as senator from
Colorado today succeeding Wal
ter Wa'ker, Democrat who served
by appointment for two day*.
AW I LL
POQERS
\j p jays:
Beverly Hills. Calif., Dec. 7,
Tliis country is so hungry this
mcrnliig they could eat a Lame
Dock. If you want to really know
{ one of the major things that’s
wrong with us, go take a trickle,
i get this week's Saturday Evening
Post, read the first artte’e In
the-e— iVs by Sam Blythe.
Then go out, and before you buy
{ the baby a rattler, your sweet
heart n toothbrush, your wife a
! pair as rubber boots,, ask If they
“were made in America.” Then
you can show your patriotism, and
not just keep asking “what's the
matter with this country?” ~ '
England la. doing it, th« jvotid
is doing It, but out society don't
think they smell right imhni they .
been dipped in foreign perfume.
Yours, WILL,
PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON
EXCEPT ttUNDAY.
Drastic Economies
Urged On Congress
By The President
* Maioritv „
t* . :
Hp
111
1 9
JM | ■
■ 9kh| -
' : r r* -tt timm'Tir ~~
’’earn VVf.sning inn in time for the
opening sns.-uou «,£ Congress, Sena
tor Walter Walker of Colorado is
shown on his arrival in the capital.
M*> v ,i- lie.'rated far f lection hy
.'-•iiritoi -elect Karl Schuvier whose
credentials were delayed because of
a clerk's error. W alker rushed from
Denver in order to give the Demo
’rats a Senate majority of <m. uu
i! Schuyler, a Repuhiicaa, could
be sworn m.
43 PERCENT COSTS
USED ON MILITARY
$1,628,517,319 of Govern
ment's $4,248,169,731
Budget Goes There
DEBT ITEM 33 PRCNT.
Law enforcement Only ] 1H IN-roont
of Total Outlay; Agriculture
Gets Only 1 2ft Percent
Os The Total
Wa-shington. Dec. 7.- (APi -Dut of
the $4,243,169,713 the government ex
pects t„ ,prnd in the 1934 fiscal year.
43.13 pel cent or $1.628.017,319 will go
for military purposes.
The budget which President Hoov
er today transmitted to Congress
rhowed general national defense cost
ing $525.6670,642; construction for the
military $2,210,000; aircraft $15,321,500
and naval construction $43,245000.
(Continued on Page Five.)
Dwindling Incomes
Cut U. S. Reveniues
How Earnings of Nation's Taxpayers Faded Jin 1930 and
1931 Experienced to Congress in Mills Report; Main
stay of Support Is Greatly Curtailed .
Washington, 7. —fAPi—Now
the income of the nation's taxpayers
faded away in 1930 and 1931 swiftly
wiping out the governments chief
source of revenue and making new
faxes mandatory was explained to
Congress today in the annual report
of Secretary Mills. *”i-
The secretary gave statistics sow
ing that the class of taxpayers .,pho
produced 97 per cent of the income
tax had sharply diminished. The
class to that with incomes of ten
thousand dollars or above. In 1928
there were 15.789 taxpayers who had
incomes of a hundred thousand dol
lars zpore, while in 1980 there were
6,152 in 1931 this had dropped to
6 PAGES
TODAY
FIVE CENTS DBFS
BUDGET
Wa,r Debt Payments Fjtom
Foreign Nations Included
-In Striking Govera
.ment Balance
PRESIDENT DEFIES
DEMAND FOR BONUS
Ask Sharp Curtailment la
Payments To Veterans;
Manufacturers Sales Tax
Urged Is Virtually Same as
. That Sought Last Yea?;
Pay Cuts Asked
Washington. Dec 7 »AP» I*r< i.
dent Hoover presented to Congress to
day a drastically reduced budet. re
commending !, 2 I—4 percent manu
factures excise tax. retention of the
gasoline tax, rigid economies, includ
ing an additional 11 percent cut in
government .salaries, and a big slaah
in veterans' benefits
He asked for total appropriations
of $4.218.608 344. saying net expendi
tures would total $3,256,354,900 against
receipts of $2.949.162.713—Leaving &
deficii of $307,192,187.1 It was to off
set this that the new taxation was
proposed.
War Debt Not MEttkoned
No mention of wa rdebta was made
in the entire presidential message, but
the report of the secrotary of the
treasury, sent to Congress eimultaoe
•wtdy. disclosed that payments due
from foreign nations had been includ
ed in striking the g-»v t rnment’a bal
ance. i
Neither did Mr. Hoover make any
meritio nos legalization of beer. EsO>
mated Internal revenua collections
included no figure from this source.
The President estimated th<* pre*.
cut fiscal year would end next June
with a deficit off $1.t4«.47RJ807. ex
penditures being $3,770,735,0tt0 and rsa
(Continued on Page Bix)
Borah Asks
Repeal Os
Homeßank
Washington, Dec. 7. t/l V bill
to repeal the home loan h;» i act and
abolish the system created .1 ’be last
session of Congress for firhalizing
home mortgage conditions v as intro
duced tr>day by Senator fla/rah. Re
publican, Idaho.
Introducing the bill, Borati fold the
senate the act had proved, "wholly
unsatisfactory.” He propossrd to re
j>eal the entire law except the rider
attached at his instigation Tor expan
sion of the currency.
”In my opinion,” Borah said, "the
act has proven and wil (rmtlnue to
prove wholly unsatisfactoi y. It is not
reaching und will not rea"!i the hom'?
owner or those really in of as
si.-tance. and who should have help,
if the government is to tjake a hand
in tne situation.”
3,142. * -
The numbebr >it: taxpayers In lStt
bayiqg incomes *7f $5,000 or more d<
creiscl 77.1 per. cent froin 1900. Th •
tares dropped •* 0 i per cent with 556-
120 persons-jn; ing rt 283.968.000. Th
greatest drop vis In the SIOO,OOO o
more class, enich yielded $107,896
000 as compared with $237,716,000 th?
year previous..
The secret ary *aid the, net Inc ens
of persons reporting $5,000 or moi s
had dropped. from $18,299,000,000 i i
1928 to *10.909.000000 In 193 C and t*
$6.489,000,t00 in 1931. Income fngn tbs
sales or real estate stock etc., *droj^
(Coil/uaed da rm <h).

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