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   Raleigh Register (Newspaper) - May 7, 1933, Beckley, West Virginia                                Member cf THE ASSOCIATED PRESS and AUDIT BORE At! OF CIRCULATIONS VOLUME 249. BECKLEV. WEST V1HGINIA. M-'XDAV MAY 7. I'.i.i'l FIVE CENTS Two Arrested in Kutap Plans TaLliigForm After Month Emergency Financial Program Steadily As- suming Definite Shape In State Legislature MA.IOK MEASURES YET FACE ACTION _____ Conferences Between House And Senate Bills Must Agree By 111', Press Clurlcson. W. Va.. May ernor Kump's enn.'rgency finan- cial program is steadily assum- ing definite form after a innn of legislative scrutiny. None n{ his major mejsures h s been finally enacted but two of revenue raiser one! the system both branches of the legislature, in different forms. A third, lo substitute a county school unit for existing magister- ial and independent districts, bus been approved by HIP senate bin it .lias yet lo go Ibrougb the cru- cible of debate in the. hotiie. The fourth week of Ihe special session saw a marked emicken- ing of the legislative tempo, par- 'tlculariy in the senate which passed four of the m.ijor admin- istration bills, two of tlinn in one (lay. While the tactical position of Kump program was consider- advanced during the. week there was general agreement tn-it mur.h work and many confer- 'ences will be necessary to whip Ihe various bills into linal lorm. Budget Bill Vet Alter Ihe governmental reor- gamzal.ion bills arn adetl upon the legislature, still has to pass a budget bill before it may ad- journ. -The-appropriation mea- sure has ye.i to r.ome. from board of public works ami llu1 legislature has (iove.rnor Kuiuii'? .word that il will nol be .submitted until Hie law act on rev- tnut raising legislation. Optnine of conlerenccr. over the SH.uliO.ilWt revenue bill will (Continued on Page 2) YOUTHlOSES HIS LFFT LEG Limb Badly Manykfl in Auipulaiion Is Neressncy r.myhl on ihf srt screws of a ievolving shaft at a sawmill where he. w-as employed, Leonard Ellison, 18. son of Isiae Ellison, fnirsl IMT observer at Pax. had his. left leg so ba.llv mnngled, shortly after o o'clock vrslerday morning. Iti-it aiiipufa- fion ol (lie linili below" the knee was found at Ihe Coal Vnlfpv -liosiiilal. to wliich IIP t.-.kni in? first-Hid at Ihr scene. at the Thompson Sutphin sawmill, a mile up Hl-inrh [mm fool slipped, as be stood the shaft, herau-e of a sli-ht in ?r'niud. As hf starl- f-f] to fall bis trousers lee ''audit on prnifctin.c fi'oni Itie sb dl. Bei'orr i-ould slop the mill be was wound about the All cl.ilbini. even to bis sboe and sort-.. M.I'. lorn Irom hi- Fool. Dr. A. Hunter. oF P.ix. w.v. d and Irnlfd Ihe iniureil Later, in ambulance from TM'ei- and Pew iindTl.iUn" rslablishment at Oajs Hill look him to Ihe hospilal Last ni'-'bl ;i decribed bis condition at tint lime as evellfnl. and vaid Hill Ihe patient should re- cover. Ann Harding Rescued From Sea Clinging to a capsized sailboat In Cuban waters with two companions for three hours, Ann Harding, beautiful blond "film actress, saw sharks kill an aged Cuban sailor who was swimhiincj to shore for aid. She was rescued and taken to Havana, shaken by the scene enacted before her eyes. (Associated Press Photo) AFTER FIGHT Two Slanaford. Mothers Henrimr Before Lo- Sou ire FOREST WORK MEN_MUTINY Forty-Five Fecruils At Camp Dix C-iuse Some Trouble Mrs Susans Kovar.h. Hung.ir- j EV Pr-ts rnian resident of Stans-I Camp Dix, X. May With ,7v- .-iffi-rnoon for Ibc .-iri'psl of I u1 eighbor. Mrs. C.-irnp Crnulo, l.'ilian. .ilsn of stanafnrd. ng IIPI- with malicious -wounding. Plan To Pu 3 Millions In New Jobs Gigsnlic Scheme Disclos- ed To Place Men Back Al Work In Private Industries Of Nation ANTI-tRUST LAW MAY BE RELAXED FmscucH Tn Address United Stales Toiiiyht Th" PrHf ident Moost'vell v-'il] address Ihe nilicm tomorrow nij-'h1. an ar.count of his stvjv.- ardship since he entered the While" House Mn'ch i and t-ilMnr, of some of his future P.....- j hi- .vj'Prfli. ht1 jt M time, doal also wilh Ilir use Mir rhjpf PM'i'ulive rxprct'- lo of Ipsir-blion sliparlv prittp'-l nr si ton In he passed by con ToM of i hirers Included In Big Plan K Wasbinclon, May gican- lic plan designed lo put al lessl innti.Ol'tl men back In work in private' industry on a specified date was revealed loday. report- ed as having the backing of 251'Democratic chosen representatives of r-O.IIUO maciulacUirers, Meanwhile, friends of ibe ad- miniitration had almost complet- ed Hie drafl of a bill fo be pre- ented In President fiouicvrlt next week for relaxing Ihe anli- Irusl laws so that private enter Several Men I Injured In Car Crashes Driver of Truck Arrest- ed Following Accident In Which Man Is Run Over on Raleigh Road SECOND "MAN HIT ON SKELTON KOAD i'l'wo Seriously Injured j Placed In Local Hospitals a! Group Indicate Op- position lo Debt Mora- (oduni or Cancellation Washincton. May lic i li-'.nler.s md'c.iti'd they are strongly op prise, by regulating itself, could) posed to any move on Ibe part ol throw its "combined slraisth President Hoosevell In propose ivalis of Ihe depres- against the sion. This tar-reaching measare,  es- lerda.v, military-, stale and local police handed loday fo prevent any recurrence of trouble in Ibe camp or in neighborim; towns. Brigadier lienrr.il H I.. L.HII- bach. camp commandant, an- nounced Ibal 17 I efoicsfalion army recruits are serving senten- ces in Ibe Burlington county jail, duct on tbe roads and in the. towns around tbe camp. General also slated that Hie di-.missal nl Newark recruits after a mess hall upris-j ing yeslerelay appeared lo have' a salutary effect on the rest of I the: camp. 1 he uprising occurred afl'--r a served officers plot with complete llo.xibililv of anti-lrusl. laws, bul with ap.-iinsl d pnv.iielv lint they will seek o ri'.nfiT v.illi preside nl be- Mi submits anv war pro- lo i-oncress (n lam'''ri.adoption by congress ol ihf Rn- i aiii'-ndiiK'iil In Hie Hoover safe- 1 2. A roncerlcd movement j piovidedM.cnn'irunein- ployment. with [icing granted Iri induslry in rriurn for flic "I additional douhlfill. workiliji forces. i Speaker While not inlegrallv pail of j Ihis legislation, the pingram lor' railing upon industry voluntarily! to put al least back on their jobs is inleii'lrd as! supplementary allack nn tfie! present erononiic which would move of I Uie fnvernnifnl's public works j iionum resolufirin fast IreUrinj; against r lion in Hie di bis or IMIS on the debt., lli.il anv Miiular move would meet with resKfaiii-f-. in the frMiin'Tnlic f'-tr- h lint il-. oillcoill' vCiiiM be Finuiev aw no nt'ressilv [n (Onliiiucd nn hi' J, TUESDAY The plan has been (Continued em two) Aul'-Miiohile accidents yesterday sent a nunibcr of men lo Berkley hospitals for Irealmenl of injuries varyinv in si'vei'ilv, and kepi ticcrs hur.y investigating and ar- resting various drivers on an as- sortment of charges. Nol all driv- ers involved, however, v. ere ar- rested. Paul Tnnry. 'i'l. v hn resides jiisl oil' the New Brdeism road, was taken lo Ihe lialeigh General hospihl shortly after li o'clock vestenlav oicning for Irealment of a concussion, possiblv a Irac- lure. ol the skull, and numerous, lacerations about the taee. the result of his being run over by ,1 counlv truck, near bis bonif--. He al'.o had several li-ell, knoLked out. Homer Phipps, "f Prospcr- iiv, driver of Ibe truck, was ar- leslerl at his home hv Trrioper William L'.ecKi'll and 1'iepuiv Howavr] Cieorp-. a mnuilvs Icr Ib.e arcidetii. lie was ideas- ed nn bond of i-ail'UI by. Macus- Irale. Felfv fur his appear- anep next Friday In answer lo -vvb.'ilever charges may be made against him. A wilncss lo a.-euli nl .said Ilial Tiim-'y in the ael ol leav- inu Ihe main highway In like a road li-adius lo his home, I thai Ibe county truck, rom- Irom the direction of Rcclilry. luini'il into Ihe side road, "lirushing" Toney as il passed I'lUII. "What in Ibe bell are li v- 1111; In do'.' run over me'.1" Ihe ing M-iledlv at the diivcr ol Ihe truck. Al the same instant, Ibe (Cnnlinucil im page, livn) LEASE TRACT Girl Is Returned Kidnaped Me Math, Harwich par I, of wealthy relumed 'o hrr unhnnut'd payment nf i.inhom Later iiiree of her alkur-J ahduclurs raptured hy polhp. Money Used For Ransom Is Located Two Cape Cod Brothers, Unemployed Chauffeur And Garage Mechanic. Are Taken by Officers GIRL RETURNED LATE ON FRIDAY Cash Found Hidden In Residence of One of Abductors compbinf O'CM" the fnnd j ITT IMP VFTArQ il Ihe noon meal. Army JU I SALARY BIL aid il was the. result of I for a v.-liolesale mulin provoked bv oulside. agencies ommunislic in lypf." ('.amp military police disclosed that nine automobiles., stolen Irom had been found hidden in Ihe woods on Ibe out- skirts of Ibe camp, They said they apparently were stolen by some, of Ihe dismissed rucruilb on previous Inps-lo Newark; P. Crowdfr, -10, Vanv ood miner, bad his right hand injured early ycslerilay miming when slate ffll he was ridins lo the surface at on a "Inp" on which Ihf conclusion of hi.s shifl. He is a patient at the- Haleigh General hospital. Crouder said a piece of slate "as large as this tied and about lour inches Ihirk' fell on the car he was The fall hailed the string of ears. Physicians- Ihink he soon recover nor- mal use of his hand. I'RCnvNS B-- r Aff- Charleslon. W. Va.. May 6. Loosing bis balance on a fool-log, linnl'Mi .-iti.fl Ihree, I'-ll into 11, k l-rlr, di own- ed near home al Lico. FIRE BUG IN CONFESSION TH-O Men Held Following Suspicions Ulaze Lasl Tuesday Demanding a preliminary bearing followinc the wrilfn confession of bis fiiend, Ben .'ones, colored incendiaiisf. Willie Winslead, also colored, veslcr- 'lay morning in Hi" oflire of .Inslirf of Ihe Peace John Ander- son through his attorney, w. Mediums., jr., waived In the grand .iury. He is held in the rounly jail, having defaulled on the J.i.flOO bond asked, on a charge nf arson ariHng from the fire in Ihe home ol .lones at 1 isl Tuesday morning. .lones is likewise held. Yesterday morning in Ibe of- fice of (Clarence Meadows, pros- eculing attorney, .lones signed a wrillen confession telling all about the delails of the fire, ac- cording lo information received lrr.ni 1-ire Chief Homer Mnrris. In Ihe confession, il is under- stood, Ihe nmn said thai il was arranged belvvcen him and Wil- lie Winslead that the huil.iin- slii'Dld lie burned while Ih" I (Cnnfinuctl on pftge two) Legislators 'Not To led 1M4 Pay, Sfly, rs IvviT.-i-l Fiiuil Ap- v.-il of Mcosure In Two P.-iys j" May fi.-Adniini.J p] f f( [I'-.-dion leaders lonichl Illi-it the farm relief hill--ilh its iinllalii'ii and nioilv.i.ce linancinp, Afl'PS l.id'lilions ill he in Prev _------ ii'leni VlnoseveH's hands for ap- jprnval late "Puesdav. f.eckii Ihr-v predicted Ibal Ihe senale i panv-'s virtual suspension of -op. of Ihe ;r'r-11 inns, bids fair Ir. lake on new life as soon .-is September when, if is expected. Hjp companv will i operating Ihe Rerklev se Widely Known nwnd l.'iy-li-icl pr SUITunibs rbv froth. known Richmond district fanner, died Friday evening at bis home al I'lulo ol hi'ai-l dise.-nc, from which be bad been sulleriiig Im- Hirce intensely Irn.- tiic las' Ilin-e His death bid been anliripaiF'l li.v numbers, of Ihr and Mr. r.iolly bimniv had a thai In: be bulled al luv'.'n, i "iinlv. In to ttij; widow. Mrs. Ion.i l.'ri'llv. Ic.n-i's -mi. N...-..II imtiv. livelier at Plu- to, and lour il.mglili'rs. Ora. iieuev and Ij'olly, all of I'lulo. ami Mrs. tileun i (iiiinis, ol Him- .lay. j ilui'li'il from Ihe rcsnlem e Hiisj moriiiiiK a.l III o'cloi k, whi.'h Ihr body will be lakeu in; j Peler-.tovv u burial, in aiTinil-J j .inn. v lib Mr. C.i'vilh v i-ii.! 'I In- Peverelld E. A. Chapman. "I I Mad nn v. ci-.ndui I lic-i services. HUM- Home arranging burial. Several brolh'rs and .-r-tn-. .d-i SO living, 'I Mil III'.llll' I .l.ick and .lames Crnlly, re-i.lt .it l-in-i Monroe a, du al o sislirs. M.iil-l'' Kvalb s and .Mrs. Bertha Meador. An- na Wills, of liieb Cru-L I in.i i Diddle, of pikelon, ..ml Mr..., Anna Martin, nf Piimilun. an- other sisters living. Harwichporl, Mass., May fi__ Kenneth Buck. 2S-year old unem- ployed chauffeur, lonight tearful- ly confessed lo plotting and ew- culirn; Ihe kidnaping of 10-year old "Peggy" Mi-Math after swifl police action had Brought Buck and a brother into custody and recovered a 560.000 ransom. Me related. General Daniel Ncednam. slate public, safely commissioner said in a slafe- menl. a fanlaslic lale of how he black face makeup and a iiroU-sipie hood in accomplishing i Hie abduction, and then re.reiv- in Ih" doldrums since Fire Creek Coal ill .imendmenl In cuaranlee pro I linn rosls In Ihe farmers. John; i.V Simpson, presiele.nl of Ihe "Crating Ihe Becklev seam jmer's union, who championed n" nl I-1-1-'' sf-.-nrrd llhis plan conreded today that it frnm Hie Tincv Us de'tined lo'Verfam delcal" be- ause nf stnniK adminislralion t Serrelarv tiiriny Ihe (bv .dhi" mdi'.iM lhat he in no E- Th. Ai-'-ii.r.j Charl'ilon. W. Va., M., bill lo 'advance members le.gislalure Srifl on salaries was vetoed hy Ciovei nor Hump loday as uncnnsliiuiional. "This hill is disapproved.' the gov.-rnnr said, "because I 3I1I opinion that it js m cnniia- venlion of Ihe cousliluiion of West Virginia and that ,1 against, sound public Similar slalniKnk v. ere npponeiit-, of Hie me.j'-urr m legislature and the fmther lion was made Ilial il would cause criticism ol Ihe Demo-rali.- lo produce Ibem. He re- '-ard'. Ibe plan a-, "unv nii.ahle" Al Ih? governor's ofl'ic! it ;jnr] objects lurlbrr thai il does slated an advocate of Ihe saiarv j not rerngniie the need of cur- urgins Kump tn sini f.irm oiilpul. is will have a great rflecl i our program" nf 'ls "limlnaHon. pending adminislrnlion bill'. Ib- day ran over Kump made the krse replv "I j'1 fr'r lhp firvl movps in lhl> 'mood to withdraw his objections jlo Ibe proposal which v.ould re- nuire him In proclaim a minimum price for farm price In lie based on a detailed compulation of what il costs the Prelimina "in-., made iluifed in the ear Hie farm o eys ar ijiimlv of Odd f County f'ommis- 'lonrr.lobn Rnk-n. Cnnslrurlion of sjv; milet, of slandard gauC'J inilrn-id lo eonm-'I Ih" lion '.'lib Ihf Vimnjan al Willa- hei one of Ih" nTev.ary pre- liminaries to be disposed nf be- fore removal of aciuallv ''an started. Tli" l.etkie Fire bkelv vvill eni- Jilov its own lo haul coal cars over tile six-mile route. must.do richt." Roth senators and delecaif re- a -le.ir. 1 lie b'H c d for paMiienl of of salaries al om-e. on the Ih'-nrv haf manv members were with..ul funds lo slay in Cbarleslnn dur- ng the special session. NEW RIVER HEARINT, B" Wasbinclon, May fi. Trade Cnmmission Federal lobn Bennell will hold a bear- rig al the federal buildint'. r.lkins, W. Va., Monday afternoon on of misrepresentalion in he sale of coal araiusl Walker's Alining c.oniji.inv of ilkms. i bill's administration next week wilh Georirr N. peck nf Mohne. III., scheduled lo h" his rhiel .id- minislralion ofdeer. .lapnn. F.-jorabie To United Truce R-- Th- Tokvo, May V...T. lv indicated lortav lint tin Jap- anese gov eriimenl within Ihe few flays vill Amcr- i''a of Japan's ariiptince of file 1'nilfr! Stales d lor a tariff Irnee wilh reservations. The reservations are intended lo mainhiin of reprisals in the event other nilious lake I Japan during Ihr period of Irme. To A'-linj nn inslructions issued hv fir. II. M SV-'Inn, stale vrlerinarj in. e.f dial-teston, B. n. Pli.irr. loral veterinarian, vent to Pemliej-ton af- ti-rnrinn ani'l super-vised tbe hnrn- ol a rpi.inliiy of straw in whicb i shipment of Cuban beer. roiiMrned tei HIP J.ilK' Ice and rViillinv bid been pirkrd The reison behind Ih" ruder, il was uuderstoorl. enre of the hoof and nioinli dis- e.ise in Culvi, and the d.'ire of the ii ilioiial dapailmi'ii! ol acri. culture to prev-enl its spread to tins enmity. Thr disease affects live slock, bul does nol, nl t OI-J.P. coiislilute anv danyer A'liii'i.ever lo coiiMimei s .of Ihe bi-rr. his brother. Cyril. 41, Keiiii'.-lh in the coun-. lv tail tonight a-> aiilliorities' pre- pared eh.ir.ie-., wbieh will he pre-. fcrred against ihrm Monday in rlislnrt rourl. Harwichpnrl. Mr.- fi Two Cape Corl brnlliers--in lin- cmplnved rliauFfeiir ind -i -jaracn mechanic for HIF. nf Ift-vear-obl Mar- garet McMilli and fbe ransom cuircn.-v as rerovcied in a startling denouement of the ah.lurfion. I pon llu iliniffeur. f-iuek laid H-K orinin anrf nf plot fly vvlii. b Ib'' Ill-vear-old dailTliler ol Mr. in'l Mrs. Neil C. McMalb. r.rmfr fieln.jl residenls, was liire.l from M-hoolroom tasf and for Hi-, brnlhcr. r.vril. -H. Ihr-y ch lined v. ilh arlm; as Ihe go-be- and Ihe emissary Ihrough vhcim the child was returned in bee pirenls rarlv yeslerrhy nmrninc. Mmvpy Pnr T or rH The ransom mnii'v. :iin.f'00 in rin pasfi (v.u) 3'lan 'Held For Thrfl Of Audi AL Ta ipifly Tea'' Tprm Ir.n Jiollce. Ijnv'.ald IM-MI lit s rlepulv. and Slate poll, i: 'l'1-oopi.-r M-I-I- day went to UK .si de r v.'bert- they inl.'i i bringing lo HIM kb-v. him ,n Ihe c'luntv j nl. Hill ,s n! Mi-.illli.. Ill-- "I J. .1. I'dnr 'it Ijinniy (lift ol April :M. He ir- rrst in Charb -ton lollov eil In- rele-ise Irom a hospihi v.bere it1 was ri.i oveuilg Irnm iul'irn-.- li reiveij w he v i-ivK'-if the ai- Tbe airesl'd nrin v Hi be gi1- en a healing eaity n.-xl v., .-k bi'- lor Justice ol the Pi-an i. ii A. Petty and v.lll bf 11. Id in till- county .j.iil unlil that time. i I'M r'f I l.i'idrn. Tex.. Mav fi Pa-il relr.'ioiis 7iM- jlr.l. heard v.ithrail rmnlion I a vecdicl senlencinc him In iveai-s in pri-.'-.n for the "d'--vil' l-l-.vin- "f i--.r old R'rni.'i' jCla.m'n I Ib'- '.'I '.Mi- "M sH( .-l.kd j'.livinr bn said UK- j.'kvil" [nlfl hnn In ch-'.l' Hi" 'crippled child In jib vvhik he JV...T, .itiemplir-s m cure bt-c. ip- ipirfnllv did not Ibe Icninl .n-lion He inlenllv Ren H.irper nf defense r.Mnv-ol Ibe case v nnld be if motion for a new Iri.-il is de- I do nm sin- i f-riiv of Ihe iury." ,i i j Will The Rr.kby ci.'inp.inv. IM Neville strn-t. has rt-'ini'd Ihe di-aler Ir-inebise nn bjl.er and Rockne fe.r Iliis sec.lion. II i- a nev. .'Ultn sales agency rerenlly in'l e'-- lablisiied bv A 0. M' id and 1. r. Williams, both foinr i I' wrr as- s-ocriled in Hv Mmlili sib-s for a number nf n s. In connection v ill) Hi' ih'ilcr- sbil' Hie linn ill al-o oprr.il" i larg'- shop hi.-b li.c. tusl been iv'-lv cipni'ped vvilli f.dlies. presses, valve .uld dtber modern machinery ami t'.ols. Fnicsi I.. Jonr... f i.-lo, v Icjin-l m-'ll.'ini'-. will line i-'inipl I" rhii'-' of Ihr ili.-.p and ise all repair work. !rv ;-'iuc: to plison. lielicvini: as d'-> that he is enliielv insane." "It is v indication tor the id Coiintv AHorncv r. L. l.in- In. vi ho had asked the death WKATHER I Fur Suiid r Mnndiv increis- rloiidiii'is ind v..inner. er1 Mon-iiv aflernotm or niiihl. I for 111' weet- biLjinnmc Mondav: Ocrisional sbnvvei's until .ilmiil 'Ibm'sd.iy then seiu'i illy lair. Warm- er in Ohio Valiey Mondiv and in 1'Hiio V.-ilhv 'lursd.iy. C.uol rr abuiil pnday.   

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