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Hew Pruwfe Gos Dictatorship—Martial law It was demonstrations such as this that resulted in a dictatorship being proclaimed over Prussia and many parts of the State being placed under martial law. Thie scene was made when a vast gathering of Nazis, followers of Adolf Hiller, staged a demonstration in President Invited to Florida y,g If » i ■77' *yjM ir v 1 BHfa^JH|| sipr JfcJy jfr JB& A? > 1 1| Whatever the result of the balloting in November elections. President Hqover is sure of a pleasant vacation next Winter if he wishes to take advantage of the offer extended to him by little Folie Miller, with whom h« i* shown Folie is the 10-year-old mascot of the Miami, Fla., Junior Chamber of Commerce Band. She recently visited the White House and offered the hospitality of Florida t«« the Chief Executive. At right la • Henry L Doherty, president >.. f Florida’s “Year Round Clubs.” OFFICERS CHARGED WITH MURDER & * m Hi? I Wa ■jM l§pr *■' jHjjpPpg jA* rajjlf "4 jWßjjjS iSf, , j^- WRB^WBBByBaScf. > : Jr!yJ^v : -"';•' ' •>' ■ ***• peae four officers of the Nassau county, New York, police force been held at Mineola p N. Y.* on second degree murder chfurge* 4ue*oth£. death of a prisoner from alleged “third degree” methods. . ■Mfflrc, It ft to right, Detective Charles Zander, Detective Leslie Lieut. Jesse Mayforth and Detective Charles Wesser. '>. *:- Vi ! V ’- *' * V X. ‘HUNGER MARCHERS” STORM INDIANA LEGISLATURE ,V 1 * ggagg ■■ HHI & Ilf 1 |jg^|i. j^VV 11 * More than 2,500 "hunger marcher*” from northern Indiana tried to force their way into thej£i*f£2!® at Indianapolis to present their demands fer immediate relief to the legislature, sitting "B* to consider. taa reform program. Squad, of police *? «cwd a| the entrance* ;v» « * ’-s n? HENDERSON, (N. C.J BSIEP DB3PXTCH, WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1982 Berlin to protest the government’s acceptance of the Lausanne Reparations Pact. Rioting between rival factions invariably followed scenes like this. More than 100 members of political parties were killed in the three weeks preceding the dictatorship move. May Fly Atlantic I i * ii / . 41 tr- * j '4 • • k_. H dt a Elvy Kalep, the Esthonian woman to hold a pilot’s license* plans to accompany Roger Q. Willianjjs ot).his purposed non-stop flight jh*om New York to Athena, Greece, in August. Mias Kalep, who is "26, will share‘the control*- . V with, Williams. Off for Treasure Raid on Davey Jones gp’/ giM inifc »3 Ib, P j y||Ba 1 fl»v hBBBBBM jßflfljßßk* 5 1 *** Jm \)f FgABBBBBBBBBMHgEB f *Sz j^ f yx ■ ■. ♦ ~~~™ , ~~ 1 ■ - nra . ■ ■ - v - : ——'-— — r^r»-— Tweaty-one years ago the liner Merida (lower panel I went to Davey Jones’ locker off Cape Henry, Va., car rying a cargo of $6,000,000 in gold and. it is believed, the crown jewels of the Emperor Maxmilian of Mex ico to the bottom. In this era of depression that A Two-BiHion^DoUar * v -> *. jail j|BS 9Hp poJ üßn • ’ A HBHHB| Hr A, - ,v '. s, Performing one of his last official acts before the adjournment ol Congress, Vice President Charles Curtis is pictured in his office as he affixed his signature to the $2,122,000,000 Jobless relief bill, which had passed the Senate s few minutes earlier. The bill was then ready foi President Hoover’s final “0.K.” amount ol treasure would come in mighty bindy. &c Captain Harry L. Bowdoin of New York, with a crew of 24 is going in search of it. The treasure seekers are shown above, and at right is one of the ultra-mod ern diving suits which will be used by the salvagers. TRY THIS ON YOUR PHONOGRAPH Hbl<’ \ v 'x ■ fl MWahißWMßnlW^yp t 7 V - gi .> .. : Mms \ r £vfj Jiust as a reminder and for fu ture use of and wife, Judge Edward B. Casey, of Chi cago, is trying out his i<tea of making a conjpjete phonograph record of the marriage ceremonies at which he officiates. Should a Freed at Last jL |L *SBesl 4fW'. ' &I# $* ' ;Hl . nF Norman Selby, better known as "Kid” McCoy, former middleweight boxing champion, is shown as he left San Quentin prison, Calif., follow ing his release on parole after serv ing seven years for his conviction on a charge of murdering Theresa Mors, of Los Angeles. The parole 7“ JFWcjd McCoy on condition rJ W4“* would not return to t|e hast mg ring. rift occur In yea«h% q*me, mar riage vows can aasllf be revised simply by turning on the record- ’i. Theodore Kaczmarslci and Ida Formalski, being married above, are the first to have their cere mony on record. An Air Monajrch. Salutes a Snow Queen HR 4 , *^|L M4S * ,;- 'j b s&tizp%.w*‘ l- Hr , ■#. .,- '• ;/-• • • # .>gw <_*yJHr t .,jl L,*a&*>~ ■ ■ ■'* " 'tfUSjft ff' - I " -■. -' .^todr P <ll Bh&’^l U£. Uful pktorf ¥»*» •»y Boeing bomber I mUsyg % snow caaped peak of lit. Renter. Wesh tMtuu.«« a Wnos Who in Washington BY CHARLES P. STEWART V - / NOW IT'S reported that CoL Amos W. W. Woodcock has intimated that ha desires to get back to his private ,lft«i practice in Baltimore and would be obliged if the administration would choose another prohibition czar to take hie present job off Ins hands it's also rumored that, even in these times of widespread unemploy ment there are few applicants for the post—that la few applicants of the type the administration thinks would be likely to make good. John F. Kramer was the first dry commissioner, back in President Wil son's day. Roy A. Haynes succeeded him. with President Harding's ad vent. Under President Coolidge, Gen Lincoln C. Andrews held the position for a couple of years, giving way in turn to Dr. J. M. Doran. Colonel Woodcock took office when enforcement was transferred from the treasury to the justice depart ment. If anyone could make a success u! it, probably he could have done so. He is an exceedingly amiable per son, a thoroughly honest one (not reflecting on the honesty of his pred ecessors), an excellent lawyer and u sincere believer in the nobleness of ths dry experiment. He likewise, at least for awhile, believed it a prac ticable one. Whether or not he still cotajaidgrs ft workable can only be guessed at. Anvwav. so far as he is Seeks Month’s Work Gratis BISIKMKMISIj mg Wmlwr* I* r ml &Kr '% B Br \ * I ■ m^rn Standing before the microphones of a nation-wide hook-up. Mayor Jxm« J. Walker of New York, for once in a serious mood, is shown as he ln.*d caM. a plea that alt city employees donate one month’s pay to relieve '.be burpen of metropolitan taxpayers. Over 147.000 would bf effected by Hizzoner’s plan and a saving of approximately s2s,t»o< tvou’d be effected. He warned that the only alternative to volut.urs donation might be legislative action. Best Wishes for Granddad jbhtle Sara Delano Roosevelt, granddaughter of the Democratic J’leti dential nominee, is shown in the arms of her mother. Mrs. James Roosevelt, as she wished her famous granddad lots of luck in his coining campaign. The Governor stopped off at Little Boar’s Head, N. H., where bis son James has a Summer home, on the way back to Albany following the end of his vacation cruise. I for the U. 8. Army. The air giant is fifty-ore feet [long and has a wing span of seventy-six feet. »* iith»f#iU*j RliM 5ifUM a the * oria * Hi Mi . ■ JM H '»> MM A. W. W. Woodcock concernirt, lie lias had n.< 6 » trying to make it woik Itegardloss of Us nob!, i.. - t L , ; * is no question whatever ih..t .: tus made five dry czars Hi >■»■ ,-c.ue ilioromrlilv unhap!>v.