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HOOVER MAY VISIT
TEXAS IN OCTOBER
Trip Is Dependent Upon Ad
journment of Congress
Late in Month.
By the Associated Press.
.President Hoover is preparing to make
one four-day trip into the Middle West |
next month and may follow it shortly ;
afterward, if the congressional situa
tion permits, with a visit to Texas.
His Middle Western trip, as tenta
tively arranged, will take him to De
troit. Cincinnati and Louisville. Leav- j
ing Washington October 20, he plans i
to ari'i e at Detroit in time to attend j
! the dedication of the Edison Labara
tory at the nearby Ford plant the next
day. and then go to Cincinnati for the
opening of the new Ohio River water
way project October 22.
After the Cincinnati celebration his
tentative itinerary calls for a trip aboard
a river steamer through a number of
the new Ohio River locks to Louisville.
IP* would speak in all three cities,
UY* address at Louisville being made
aboard the steamer upon its arrival
and broadcast over a Nation-wide
hook-up.
Plans for the Texas trip have not
1 reached a definite point, being depend
ent upon adjournment of Congress late
In October or early in November. The
President is still hopeful, however, that j
he will be able to attend the Gadsden
Purchase celebration at El Paso and ,
visit Dalits, Houston and several other
cities in Texas.
MIDNIGHT SWIM FATAL
TO EX-REPRESENTATIVE
By the Associated Press.
LAKE GEORGE. N. Y.. September
17. —A midnight swim near here Sunday
night ended fatally for Charles Blakes
lee Law, 57. former member of Con
gress .and for 10 years a municipal
judge In Brooklyn. He suffered a heart
attack after entering the water near
his Summer home at Kattskill Bay, a
coroner’s inquest revealed. The body
was found yesterday morning.
He served in Congress from 1905 to
1911.
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per age. thinking of everything except
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EX-OFFICER SEEKS
DISCHARGE REVIEW
Lieut. Col. Harry E. Gladman
Asks Court to Go Over
Ruling of Justice.
Another effort was started today to
ask the District Supreme Court to re
view the action of the War Department
and the. National Guard of tilt Dis
trict of Columbia in honorably dis
charging from service Lieut. Col. Harry
E. Gladman, when H. Wiuship Wheat- |
ley, counsel for .the officer, filed a mo- j
tlou for leave to file an amended pe- ,
tltion.
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of the new petition, which shows, in I
effect, that Col. Gladman. during the j
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ment for a hearing in his case, which !
has been denied. This forms the basis;
of the new move, and was taken as a j
result of the ruling of Justice Stafford
in his opinion given some months ago,
that “due process" would seem l« re
l quire that Col. Gladman b? given a
hearing. The motion also contains a
note to Leo A. Rover. United States at
torney forjlie District of Columbia, in
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forming him that the motion will be
called to the attention of the court to
morrow morning at 10 o’clock.
This step Is the result of the action
of Justice Stafford last Spring, at the
suggestion of Attorney Wheatley, that
he withhold the docketing of the judg
ment In the case until Col. Gladman
could apply for a formal hearing. The
petitiou shows that formal request for
Wring was made on July 1, last, and
that It was refused on the ground that
“the usual hearing” had been accorded
Col. Gladman.
The petition then points out that a
hearing was held before Lieut. Col.
Thorne Strayer of the inspector gen
eral’s department and that certain
statements were taken from the officers
of file local Guard and the Regular
Army, but points out that It was held
in the absence of Col. Gladman, who
was not allowed to be present, was not
given the opportunity to cross examine
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It is also 'charged in the petition that
at the time of the so-called hearing
Col. Gladman was confronted with cer
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years, and that this was the first time
that he had seen them, although, it is
alleged in the petition, War Depart
ment instructions require that officers
be informed by their commanding offi
cers of any deficiencies at the time
they are noted.
The petition quotes the laws laying
down a procedurue for the separation
of National Guard officers from the
service, and alleges that they have not
been complied with. It says that Col.
Gladman's qualifications for the mili
tary service are not less than they were
at the time his commission was issued
to him.
After referring to the exparte pro
ceedings before Col. Blrayer, the yeti
tlon says that “In no other manner and
at no other time ha* there been any
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