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jATEWAY TO CENTRAL CAROLINA TWENTY-SECOND YEAR ROOSEVELT BONUS STAND MAY BLOCK HIS PROGRAM ' . y * * * ********** * * * * * *********** Kidnapers Demand $200,000 To Free Tacoma Boy MILLIONAIRE’S SON SEIZED ON HIS WAY DOME FROM SCHOOL City, Slate and Department of Justice Agents Rush To Scene and Start Inquiry family is rich in LUMBERING INDUSTRY Note to Parents Threatened Death of Lad If Police or the Press Were Notified; State Authorities Accuse Eastern Gangsters of The Snatching Tacoma, \Mash.. May 2. r >.- (AIM Hrlirf that eastern gangsters kidnap pi| (rpnrgp Weyerhaeuser, 9, son of n wealthy lumber family, and de manded $200,000 within five days for safe ret urn, was expressed today as the Department of Justice rushed agents here to aid in the search. Fifteen Department of Justice cent.; anived here, and more were report p<l on their way in efforts to find the son of the rich timber fam ily of Washington and Minnesota. I'nlted States Marshal A. J. Chitty, at Seattle said he believed eastern zang.-ters had enginereed the kidnap ing. "Tidal mrks like a big league job," Chitty said, "There was valk at first that it wis done locally, ibut we’ve assumed now that ‘outsiders,’ some ’•»ig shot’ gangsters, from the east maybe, are mixed up in it." Tiie ransom note, it was learned, apparently demanded an answer be placed in the want ad column of a Tacoma, newspaper and police officials line prepared a reply. ' At the request of . Department of Justice agents, the ad was not insert ed . ; ; Innumerable hide-outs were avail able for tiie kidnapers among the wooded and little populated islands of Puget Sound, the wilds of the Olym. (Continued on Page Four) RIDING ACADEMY’S MASTER ARRESTED Jack Willard of Carolina Pines, Raleigh, Held On Charges of Arson Raleigh, May 2. r >.--(AP)-Jack Wil lard co-master of the Carolina Pines hiding Academy, today was formally • liHiged wit li arson and placed under M.non b<n,d in connection with the roysterioii; burning of the Zander hill Riding Club, and seven saddle huso- valued at about $3,000, early h'idav morning. The warrant against Willard, wtio cpii held pending an investlga. 'ion .jitce shortly after the fire, was worn rnjt hy Deputy Woody Maddry define Cm oner 1,. M. Waring. Heating was set for next Saturday. Haines destroyed the stables of the Zander /Hills club about 4 o'cock Hiday morning, after Willard and a K'H comvauion, Jeannette Bruton, ad <<lont,ltilled on i , age Five) Kinsey Acquitted Upon Every Count -'-''•W'l r \ Kinsey, former president ? ”'l mattauer of t.lie Peck Manufac h,ri'ig Company, of Warrenton, a tex- I concern, was acquitted in War. rp !> Superior Court shortly before "nee o'clock this afternoon on all ' ha.rges brought against him in his II ! *l in connection with the failure ,Jf the mills several weeks ago. before giving the case to the jury, Jij'igr vv. A. De.vin, presiding, grant f,|J H non-suit on two counts. On all l,f other nine, the jury returned a ' erdict of not guilty and the defend ailt was discharged. Kinsey was charged with embez /,,]|ig Warrenton ibonded warehouse •ci tuicates, issuing warehouse re iintitrrsmt DatLti Btsualrlt ADMINISTRATION IS FIGHTING WITH TIME TO EXTEND THE NRA “Insulted” Hitler Robert Rohme Robert Rohme, Austrian-born Englishman, was recently sen tenced to 18 months’ imprison ment by a German court in Ber lin for “making grossly insulting remarks about Herr Hitler, the German nation and German women.” According to a letter to his wife in London, however, Rohme intimated he soon may be reunited with his family. Says People Feel Liquor Is Muddled Cherry Kinds State Kairly Well Pleased Otherwise With the I legislature In the Sir W«!!sf Hotfl, Dally Dispatch Boreas, BV J. C. UASKERVILL. Raleigh, May 28. —"Tiie people over State seem to he pretty well sat isfied with what this session of the General Assembly did with the ex ception of what it did with regard to the liquor question,” Representa tive R. Gregg Cherry, of Gastonia, who was chairman of the House Fin ance Committee and is now 'being prominently spoken of as the leading candidate for speaker or the House in 1937. said while here on legal busi ness Friday. "There seems to be almost, com plete agreement everywhere that the legislature made a complete mess of the liquor situation and that it would have been much better if it. had en (Continued on Pago Five! ceipts for cotton which did not exist and appropriating to his own account, the proceeds from cotton delievered to the Peck Manufacturing Company. The verdict of the jury came after it had deliberated 50 minutes. W. H. Yarborough, of Louisburg, closed the defense agrument, and Solicitor W. H. S. Burgwyn gave the final summary for the prosecution. T. P. Gholson, of Henderson, and John H. Kerr, Jr., of Warrenton, were the others of the defense counsel. Julius Banzet, of Warrenton, appeared for private pro secution, representing directors of the Peck Manufacturing Company. Mr. Gholson, in advising the Daily (Continued cn ONLY DAILY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN THIS SECTION OF NORTH CAROLINA AND VIRGINIA. L®ASH»D WIRJB SERVICE OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. HENDERSON, N. C. SATURDAY, AFTERNOON, MAY 25, 1935 Key Men In House Put Heads Together Planning To Jam Bill Through Next Week fierce struggle LIKELY IN SENATE President May Be Disposed To Compromise Somewhat In Effort To Get Measure Through Before June 16, Date of Expiration of Pre sent Law Washington. Mav 25.—(AF>—Rac ing against time to prevent NRA from passing out of legal existence three weeks lienee, key men of the admin, istration forces in (lie House put their heads together today planning an ef fort to jam an extension full through that chamber next week. Meanwhile, President Roosevelt went on record as sympathizing witli the principles of Jhe Wagner labor re lations bills —a measure which back ers are pushing as complementary to NRA’s collective bargaining provi sions. Faced by senatorial threats of a fierce struggle which might drag out. beyond June 16 when the present NRA act expires, the NRA supporters realized they had no time to lose. There were intimations that Presi dent Roosevelt might “compromise” a bit on the administration demand for a two-year extension of the re covery unit. Authoritative sources said there was a tacit and tentative understanding in sofrie administration crcles* that Mr. Roosevelt might accept, a 21 1-2 months extension if it coxdd be ob tained, though the President himself said he had not heard that particular feature. mENWIEIS Lewis and Hargrove Con victed of Killing Lino type Operator There Wilmington, May 2f> (AP) —James B. Lewis and Luther Hargrove were convicted of manslaughter here today for the death of Cole G. Pridgen, and Judge Paul Frizelle sentenced them to from ten to 12 years in State Pri son. The pair served notice of appeal to tse Supreme court. They were alleged to have thrown Pridgen, a linotype operator, down a flight of stairs during a brawl at a speakeasy they are accused of ope rating at the time last December 23. Lewis and Hargrove were convicted shortly before noon today after the jury had deliverated since last night,. Sentence was delayed while Judge Frizelle heard arguments on a defense motion that, the verdict he set aside, which he denied. Ingalls Is Trying For Air Record Los Angeles, - lay 25.—(AFi— T.aura Ingalls, noted women pilot, hopped away from Union Air Ter minal at Burbank early today on her second attempt to shatter Amelia Far hart’s trans-continen tal speed record. The tiny aviatrix was determin ed to send her new black “mys teryj ship” over the 2,447-mile route front here to New York in less than 17 hours, seven minutes and 30 seconds—the time set by Amelia Far hart in the summer of 1932. She took off at 4:47 a. m. (7:47 eastern standard time), waved goodbye to field attendants who helped service her snip, putting 580 gallons of gasoline into its tanks, - Navy Probes Seaplane Crash in Which Six Died k l,ieir death?. The plane • one of the 43 in recent , ,mnr IPliii mass flight from Hawaii to Midway Island. OF NEW PATROL MEN Noble and Governor’s Sec retary Closeted Going Over the Lists, PREPARING LICENSES - ... . .. Form of Statewide Drivers' Cards Be* ing Studied in Revenue De partment; Will Be On Sale in Few Weeks Dotty DiHtmkfe Boreas, In the Sir Walter Hotel, B V C.. OASftERVILL. Raleigh, May 25.—Assistant. Com missioner of Revenue M. C. S. Noble, ■Jr., and Charles Powell, private secre tary to Governor J. C. B. Ehringhaus, haxe been closeted together the past, few days in No'ble’s office, checking over the applications so tfar received from those seeking jobs on the State Highway Patrol. "We are merely cheeking up on the character and qualifications of some of the applicants for jobs on the en larged State highway patrol, as well as of (some of the present highway patrolmen,” Noble said as he ushered this correspondent out of his office while Powell was talking over long distance telephone to some one, evi dently concerning a patrolmen or an applicant. The stenographer in the outer office had said that Dr. Noble was not in, but when the door to his private of fice was opened, both he and Powell were busy poring over a stack of ap plications. Some here are wondering whether (Continued on Page Two.) INFANT PARALYSIS NOW IN GOLDSBORO Goldsboro. May 25.—(AP) —The first caisc of infantile paralysis reported in Wayne county in some time was listed today. Dorothy Ann St. Sing, 5, of the Borden apartments on Walnut street, is the sufferer, RELIEF WAGE PAY PUTS PWA IN JAM Entire Set=Up Being Viewed With Alarm, Except As to Ickes’ End, By LESLIE EICHEL Central Press Staff Writer New York, May 25.—Relief work ers are wondering who was behind President Roosevelt’s public work re lief schedule. They argee with critics of the schedule that the rates set are below subsistence. The effect, the relief workers say. will be tonu llify work relief. But friends of the administration are worried over a. stronger kickback than that. They fear that contractors who bid (Continued on Page Eight) WEATHER FUR NORTH CAROLINA. Fair tonight and Sunday: slight lj warmer Eouifht. Germany Demands Right To P ossess Colonies If She Returns To League 11 Duce Abandons Hope of Anns Cut Rome, May 25. —(AP)—Premier Mussolini told the Chamber of De puties today it was useless to be. lieve in the limitation of arma ments or the elimination of cerr tain deadly weapons such as gas or heavy arms. Switzerland Coin plains. Berne, Switzerland, May 25.* (AP) —Swiss customs authorities complained today* that squadrons of German airplanes violated the frontier by making flights over Swiss territory during the past few days, THAD EURE MIGHT SEEK WADE’S JOB Principal Clerk of House Wants To Be Secretary of State Next Dally Dlsnntei! Bsrts- In the SI- Walter Hotel, ny J. C. BASRERVILL, Raleigh. May 25. Tliaddeus A Eure, of this city and Winton, prin cipal clerk of the House in the last three sessions of the General Assem. bly and a member of the 1929 House, is now regarded as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for secre tary of state in the primary next June and as already actively running, de spite his failure so far to make a for mal announcement of his candidacy. Eure, just back from several days in Washington, D. C., where Senator Josiah W- Bailey publicly offered him the post of private secretary in his office there a,nd which he declined, (Continued on Pae« Four) AAA FARM POLICY AIDS SO. AMERICA High Prices Here Permit Latins to Undersell American Products By CHARLES P- STEWART Central Press Staff Writer Washington, May 25.—111 blows the wind that profits nobody. AAA policies appear to be bringing recovery to agricultural Latin Amer ica. Restricted production in the United States has increased Uncle Sam’s farm prices generally, with the re- H’ n ntLiued <?n Pape jnpbf,) PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT MONDAY, And That Right Must Be Recognized In Tangible Form, Great Britain Is Informed BRITAIN HOPING TO SATISFY THE REICH Also Asking for 35 Percent of Strength of England's Navy; German Foreign Minister States Position In Interview With British En voy In Berlin London. May 25 (AP)—Germany has informed great Britain that her right to hold colonies must be recog nized in some tangible form by the former Allies before she will return to the League of Nations, well-informed British quarters said today. The German attitude toward colon ial possessions and mandates was clarified in an interview yesterday in Berlin by Sir Eric Phipps. British am bassador, with Konstantin von Neu rath, German foreign minister. It was officially disclosed here that Sir Eric was ordered to contact von Neurath to ask him questions regard (Continued on Page Eight) LITTLE WINS GOLF TITLE IN ENGLAND St. Anne’s-on-the. Sea, England, May 25.—(AP) —Standing off a great closing challenge by his British rival, William Lawson Lit tle, Jr., of San Francisco, today captured the British amateur golf championship one up In the 36- hole finals match from Dr. Wil liam Twedell. Little thus became the first American and the third man to win the title two straight years. Paralysis Is Cause' Os Alarm In State R,aleigh, May 25 (AP) —Reports of one new case of infantile paralysis to day in Wayne county made a total of 19 cases officially reported to the State Board of Health this month, while four others have been listed in Harnett and Johnston counties, ac cording to information here. The official total of 19 cases thus far for May compares with a previ ous all-time high of six for any May in the State and an indication of the seriousness of the situation when new cases are being reported daily may be seen in the fact that only 21 were re ported in the entire United States the week end May 4. This State contri buted two of those. Though State Board of Health of ficials are hesitating about saying the outbreak is an Dr. . C. 8’ PAGES TODAY FIVE CENTS COPY PRESIDENT STATED HE WILL VETO ANY BONUS RIDER BILL Administration Leaders Are Fearful Roosevelt Has Invited I rouble for His Program WOULD REJECT EVENS THE SECURITY BILL Patman Bill Advocates Were Already Eyeing That Mea sure as Likely Vehicle for Bill They Failed To Get Through As Separate Leg islation Washington, May 25.—(AP)—Ad ministration leaders were fearful to day that President Roosevelt had in vited trouble for his legislative pro gram by saying he would veto any message/ to which a cash bonus “rider” is attached. With this flat declaration from the White House, the President’s advisors were apprehensive that opponents; of some of the administration bills would join forces with the bonus blod to 4 at» tach a cash payment rider. The chief executive said he-„would veto even the most vital administra. tion bill if it were sent to hlipr sfath a cash payment “rider.” His comment came at a time when the bonus forces (Continued on Page Bight/) f ■ Bulwinkle Is HI ’ Os H cart Ailment; In Navy Hospital ' 7 l _, Washington, May 2g,.—i<,A4»)—. > Representative Bulwinkle, Demo- , crat. North Carolina, today iuf«o, sered ai heart attack alid waA juJk mitted to the naval hospital for treatment. Dr. George W. Calver, House physician, described his condition as “very favorable,” nut added that “he will need a. protracted period of rest, before being able to resume bis duties.” WEEK-END LULL IN NATIONAL CAPITAL President and His Wife Away, Going To Anna polis for Boat Races Washington, May 25.—'(AP)—Week end lulls settled over Congress today, but behind the scenes were many signs of quiet maneuvering to round out quickly the administration’s leg islative program. /Many left the city for a, short holi day, including President and Mrs. Roosevelt, With a party of friends they motored to neartby Annapolis to see their son, Franklin, Jr., row with the Harvard crew. Important in the minds of tha (Continued on Page Two I Knox, epidemiologist, said the cen tralization of six cases in Wake Coun ty and five in Pitt in the last ten days presented "an ominous factor.’* “The kinds of epidemics vary, in my opinion,” said Dr. Knox. “In measles it might take thousans of cases to cause what we would consider an epi demic. In another disease, suen as infantil paralysis, the occurrence of more cases in a month than v. e r.ave ever had before might be c<_. an epidemic.” Dr. Knox pointed out that i e | m cipal cause of worry ovei u t vi. -tl ence of the dread t n. c. oh numbers at this seasox us. i ly the number of cases u > e< .:h month during the at. j off again, startir,* . ;> 1 tember..