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CENTRAL CAROLINA. YEAR ROOSEVELT S BANK PLAN IS NEAR COMPLETION Mayor Cermak Dies In Miami Hospital From Effects Os Assassin’s Bullet [BENE IN LUNG IMMEDIATE CAUSE if MAYOR’S DEATH passing Follows Series Os Complications Against Which Cermak Had Rallied Well decided turn seen OVER THE WEEK-END Steadily Grew Weaker As Physicians Fail to Check Lung Infection; Municipal Funeral in Chicago To Be Planned by City Council There MiiaiL P'a., March 6 (AP) —'Mayor A on Cerrr.'.ik, of Chicago, the vic tim of a bullet Gudseppe Zangara f r f.l Fel-.rvury 15 in an attempt to as na - President Roosevelt died in ja lwtii Memorial Hospital here to (ty c* 6.57 a. m. Dd..i fsl owed a series of compli cations against which the Chicago executive had rtaluled valiantly time alter t me. ] ■ The family and close friends were f. the bcfij.de. Mrs. Floyd Ken lay, a daughter, was 'holding one of het uthf.’s bands wihen he died. Vivian Graham, a granddaughter, held the ( her. The saddened ldt'le group re mlined in the sun parlor cf the ma y,fs room oose to the deala seen** f r several minutes. "Oh. he wanted to live so much,” Mrs. Richey Graham, a daughter, said; And Mrs. Frank Jirka a noth cr daughter, added: "He fought so hard. Fie didnt want to die.” Mayor Cermak had previously ral lied after three crises in his condi tion. Colitis, threatened heart fail ure uiul pneumonia beset him in quick succession just as his physicians hud begun to believe he would recover from the bulled wound. Physicians still were optimistic Sa-t --pured in the r'ght lung, that grazed unlay, but that night gangrene ap <Continued u» Page Three.) ENURIUS POWERS GIVEN PRESID Yet There Is Little That Is Very New in Author ity Conferred By CHARLES P. STEWART (Vn«ral Press Staff Writer •Va .hington, March 6. —Shortly be f"To adjournment, congress passed, in to' haste, a law of which treasury officials speak as conferring on the President, for a one-year maximum, ttiarmous powers over national banka d power ; imiiar to the power wh'ch ■‘ v c:hl legislatures are conferring on %ir governors, relative to their va- r '° Us state hanks. no one able to point to oecntial new power that these IVs do confer, except the power to Proclaim bank moratoriums, total or Partial. rhis is an enormous power, to be ■"'o. but j| ! s a power which already hecn extensively exercised before (Continued uti Page Three.) three In Family Killed At Kannapolis Crossing 't&imapolis, March 6. — (AP) — Tli ' r, ' :i members of one family, a ji.his two daughters, were jimiv Killed here tcAiy when "■r iMKomobile was struck by "'Whprn Ralway train No. 39 at ' ,y 'er’n crossing. 'ln. dead: Henry Davis, 11,11 Davis, 16; Catherine 14, all of Kannapolis. « < , waKl his daughters K(,w >ol. 110 apparently did not' ,• * 1 11 ,aKl ' passengc r train, which • » < stop boro, as ho drove up ll-e track. A 4 - Wf. LrISUE PERRY fe*»**»**t HENDERSON, U. T MvnhvtKtin Daily Dispatth —— ONLY DAILY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN THIS SECTION OFNORTH CAROLINA AND VlifclNlA. * Tihese arts interesting photos of .Mayor Anten J. Cermiak, of Chicago, Who died as t'he result of am assassin’s bu’Jled, directed at President-elect New Congress Will Meet Thursday To Enact Laws Washington, March G. —(AP) — A new Congress—th 73rd —will assem ble Thursday at noon charged with the weighty responsibility of crush ing one of the most serious crisis in the nation’s proud history. At the call of President Roosevelt, issued yesterday in a brief proclama t'On asserting that the “public inter est” requires its presence, the Demo crat-dominated national legislature will meet primarily to enact legisla tion that will permit an orderly re cpeaiing of banks. Before it in person Franklin D. Roqsev'elt may go with the program that lie has drafted after weeks of constant study for curing the coun try's ill. That he will depend upon his own telling oratory to drive home to the legislators his ideas instead of the drone of a reading clerk has not de New First Lady: Her Life Story Everyone is askVig questions concerning Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, new first lady of the United Htatfes. The story of Mrs. Roosevelt’s life —told in six instalmo.its—begins today. Every vpnrd of it is full of interest. The engine caught the automo bile squarely on the track and carried it 675 feet before it was thrown aside on the right of way. Richard Swink, an eye witness, said Davis “apparently didn’t look” in the direction from which the train was coming. He said the body of Thelma was catapulated from the demolished machine first. It hurtled through the air after being carried 100 feet. The body of Catherine was thrown clear • 100 feet further, while that of Davis was found mangled in the wrecked machine. FULL LEASED WIKB RMvmn OF THE ASSOCIATED PRB3? Interesting Photos in Life of May or Cermak vm jlji v LMUnr' £3 'ill wflEj }: 'pßilwTiiifffiTmWmp igps§-:'r> HENDERSON, N. C., MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 6, ,1933 RooseveJß in Miami, taken a;t tibe 1 height of his career. The layout shows: (1) at his inauguration as mayor of Chicago, in 1931; (2) an ex- j finitely been determined, but it has 'been indicated for days that this might be his policy. Hie first of the emergency programs that -will face Congress is near to readiness. In a brief message issued I through a secretary following the pro clamation, the President said: “Anticipating the meeting of Con gress on Thursday, I am, preparing an immediate program directed tq meet the present monetary emergency. It is of course, essential that the first busi ness before the Congress will be the present banking and financial situa tion.” HOUSE TO TACKLE HUGE MONEY BILL Appropriations Measure Ex pected To Be Reached During The Week SCHOOL BILL UP ALSO Eight Months Term To Be Debated in Senate; Committees Have Weighty Decisions \ To Be Made In the Sir Walter Hotel. Unllf Dispatch Bnrean, BY HKNRY LBSESIYB. Raleigh, March 6. —Working longer hours than at any time since the 1933 session began, the General Assembly ground out 19 bills of Statewide im port (last week, and each house clear ed its. calendar. But because of the fact that both the House and the Sen ate deferred action on several major pieces of legislation, the law-makers (Continued on Page Three.) Roosevelt: The Man A review of the life of the new president of the United States, in eight brief, easy'-to-read sto ries, begins today. , cellent close-up, as he Lsbanei to hfe cwn e.ecl ion returns; (3) casting hrs vote in Chicago; (4) the cottage Where he w 3« born in Klando„ Czechoslova kia; (5) at dinner. N.C. BANKS CLOSE ON DOUBLE ORDER Four-Day Banking Holiday Called by President, Three by Governor ACTION BY GOVERNOR Ehringhaus Proclamation Preceded That by President Roosevelt; Building rtid Loans Stop Payments Also Raleigh, March 6.— (AP)— North -Carolina’s banks were closed today tinder a double order—from President Roosevelt and from Governor Ehring ihaus. Before the President’s proclamation declaring a national Holiday was is sued, Governor Ehringhaus had al ready ordered a three-day holiday for this State, beginning today and con tinuing through Wednesday. Soon after the banking holiday was issued, Dan C. Boney, insurance com missioner, wired ail building and loan associations advising them to suspend withdrawal applications for the dura tion of the “present emergency.” AWILL ROGERS \y Nays: Santa Monica, Calif.'; March 6. America hasn’t been as happy in three years as they /toda;f.—no money no banks, no work, no nothing. But they know they got a man in there who is wise to Congress, wise to our big bankers, and wise' to our so-called big men. The whole country is with him— even if what he does is wrong they are with him just so he does something. If he burned down the Capitol, we would cheer £*id say, “Weil, we at least got » fire started anjJ* how." We have had years of “don't rock the boat.’* Go on and sink it if you want to. We just as well be swimming as like we are. Yours, WILL. Certificates For Banks To Degree Os Liquidity Is Proposal Considered Seek Unlimited Powers For Go vernor And Hood # , During Banking Crisis J • 1 • wrnmm . _ I Legislation To Be Presented to General Assembly ’When It Reconvenes Tonight TO BE IN^ADDITION TO FRIDAY’S BILLS Virtual Dictatorial Powers Conferred Then on Ehring haus and Bank Commis sioner; High State Offici als Approve; No Scrip Is Planned Right Now Rf’e gfc. March 6 (AP)—Legislation in tended! to gave Governor J. C. B. Ehringhaus and Gurney P. Hood. State commissioner of hanks,, practi cally unlimit e>cL power T&hk, in,g tnist,i f >ut-km,s of the State, will be presented to the legislature tonight. The proposals will be in addition to bills passed last Friday bes’bwing dictatorial powers on the governor and the commissioner. Hood said the new bill now being drawn “will make our laws conform to .Federal regulations will give us power to enforce ruio3 in the Stale Which may be adop t’d by the Fede ral govemmone, and will enable us to take any steps necessary to protect Nor'h Carolina, banks khen Federal 1 est ricticns are remo vci. ‘ ’ The measure will bear th eapproval cf the bank commissioner, the gov - (rnor, the speaker of ttv House, the lieutenant governor, the attorney gen eral and attomys of the banking de partment When it is introduced Hood' said. No stops toward issuance of script will be taken by the State un til Federal regulations to mteet the emergency are promulgated, the com missioner raid. OFFICIoIPAYS HONORS TO WALSH Washington Pauses for Ser vices In Senate Chamber For Its Dead Washington. March 6.—(AP)—Ur gent cares of State were laid aside to day while Amei lea’s officialdom gathered at the flower-banked bier of Senator Thomas J. Walsh, of Mon tana, in the Senate chamber to pay him a last reverent tribute. President Roosevelt and members of his cabinet— in which Walsh would have sat had he lived —headed the 'list of notables who sat silently near the silvered bronze casket and joined his widow in mourning his passing. Archbishop Michael J. Curley of Baltimore, and Bishop John Mc- Namara, of Washington, the auxiliary bishop of the Baltimore diocese, of ficiated at the impressive Catholic funeral ceremonies. About them were other church dignitaries in the full robe of their ranks. As the ceremonies ened with the ljcdessing by the archbishop, Mrs. Walsh paused a moment, then walked slowly away, supported by her son and the senator’s brother. The body will leave Washington at 3:50 p. m. for intrement rites at Helena, Mont., Thursday after a fun eral service in the Catholic cathedral ikt Henela. WEATHER FOB NORTH CAROLINA. Cloudy and warmer tonight, fol lowed by rain Tuesday r*id in west portion and central portions late tonight; wanner in east portion Tuesday.— PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON EXCEPT BUNPAT, I - Limited Payment In New York City New York, March b.(AI') —Plans tof lire New York banks for is suance of clearing house certifi cates liavc been completed, it was reported in Wall Street today, and it, was regarded as probable that tho banks would be open for pay ment of certificates on a rationed basis tomorrow morning. baniTcrisis Nor TOJMRAM Condition Looked Upon As Temporary and One That Will Soon Return to Normal PLACE CONFIDENCE IN THE PRESIDENT Taken at His Word When He Declared In Inaugural He Was Ready for Swift, Decisive Action; Bowie Bloc To Seek To Capital ize Emergency t I)«ih DiK|»atclt Unrcfit, In the Sir Walter Hotel. BY J. C. BASKERVILL. Raleigh. March 6. —While some peo ple believe that the General Assembly wj'l be likely to change its attitude on a good p.ariy matters and decide to make some radical downward re visions in both its appropriations and revenue bills as a result of the pre sent banking situation, not only in the State but ove: the entire United Sta fsv tho more conservative opinion h*ne Is that the legislators are not going to become much excited about conditions. Indeed, they are expected t > proceed along the lines they have already been working for the past eight weeks, with the result that the appropriations and revenue bills as finally enacted, even though it may be 30 to 60 days yet, will be very si milar lo the form they are now in. The feeling in legislative circles (Continued on Page Three.) Business Almost Normal In North Carolina Cities Charlotte, March 6. —(AP) —North Carolina took the emergency bank holiday good humoredly today and went about business “almost as> usual” today, despite the closing of all bank ing houses by order of President Roosevelt and Governor Ehringhaus. Scrip Considered. Statements came from clearing house officials iin several cities say ing banks would have to act in ac cordance with the executive orders, ibut ajt the same time a number of points (began consideration of the pos sible issuance of scrip. May Restrict Credit. Retail. business houses as a rule were opened throughout the State, but in Charlotte the reta'l groeers asso ciation composed of most of the city’s independent stres, met to consider a 6' PAGES TODAY FIVE CENTS COPY SEGREGATION TOR ALL NEW DEPOSITS IS CONTEMPLATED ) *, Senator Robinson Outlines His Understanding of Scheme Leaders Are Working Out SPECIAL SESSION OF CONGRESS THURSDAY Immediate Steps To Lighten Hardships Caused by Bank Shutdown Promised by Secretary Woodin To Per mit Payrolls; Plan Is Now About Ready Washington, March 6.—(AP)—lm mediate steps to lighten hardships caused by the nationwide bank shut down was promised tday, Secretary Woodin of the Treasury, asserting that banks would be reopened if nec essary, to permit payment of payrolls. Woodin and h\s aides, the leaders of Congress, and President Roosevelt himself were working hard for action at the earliest, possible moment. At the Terasury, officials concen trated on drafting legislation to put Into effect the four-day bank closing proclamation of the President. 4 Rr presentative Rainey, next speaker < f the House, summoned, a Democratic caucus for Wednesday to set up the (Continued on Page Three.) All Banks Throughout U. S. Closed New President Acts Quickly To Restore Order Out of the Confusion Washington, March 6. —(AP) — The nation today entered upon a four-day modified bank holiday, while Presi dent Roosevelt, vesting himself with wartime authority, exerted the great powers of his office to restore finan cial order out of economic confus : n. The first step of a direct precedent rhottering offensive to bring tuck <o the normal free exchange of currency (Continued on Page Thro*.) possible restriction policy. J. B. Vogler, secretary, said he had (been informed wholesalers were re stricting retailers, and as a conse quence it would be necessary for the stores also to restrict their sales to credit customers. Greensboro officials, bankers an y business men considered a tentative plan for issuance of scrip, but said 'it will be adopted only if the Federal or State governments do not act tj, /provide a similar medium of excsange Retail grocers in Wilmington he/! taken no concerted action, but an nounced each merchant would handle business on his own judgment, Wil mington and Charlotte clearing house officials were among those meeting t j consider possible scrip in lieu c£ money.