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(jATE"" t 0 CENTRAL ! i-.iROI.INA. year JOHNSTOWN Governor Hastens To Scene Os High Point Strike fIERY STRIKERS ME BIG PARADE (WHICH POINT So Disorder. But Car* Con tmunlly Honk Their Horns and Display De. mands of Placard* guarding against POSSIBLE TROUBLE Rahway Patrolmen and Po. lice Keep Watchful Eye on Situation; Few Mill* At-! trmpt to Reopen, But Two, Run After Agreement With Their Employee* j fU>!r* -III*) W\—<AP>—Gor f.w n >l*\ (i*nlnfr left hur ttu-* afternoon by kutomo •Vl t»r Hi?h I’otnt. where hosiery • j • -rker* ha\e been on strike ' ten <ta> •». TV t-nernor and his private • rrarv Edwin M. Gill, left Ra ti .* (t*w iidnuteo after 1 i wi I last nn r to his departure, the ihirt <*\*viitße conferred in his «ith E. B. Jrffress. of <ir>r:t*h«>r'i. chairman of the State rli(fc«v> ( ommission, and with i tptaui t barley l(. Farmer, of the i •i»it Hish«a> I’atrol. . told newspaper men - :»;?• ; K \> -ee him as he left ’d* - f ; icculai office hours " ’ .*>* h »•: nnn* his decision sud- H - , i n* h»d heard of no “< Hch E*o; r. but had de • - •ti** •• look the situa •••! t ii hm.-eif. - hi- rr*.lence “with Jef *l the govrnor re *'* 1 ■'*"* di.- - ir.ee telephone call '■ • ur. Page Three.! finish lestimony In Iriangle Love Case Greensboro !.v 30 i APi—Testi ' n'p>’#d *oday in the trial ' ' K French and Bert r , 1 w.:h attempting to * '"i-h-ind *'' l sides completed their 0 1 jdge Thomas J. Shaw re ' ir’ ir *»1 2 o'clock He Ijn -de *wo houn> argument. ( th“ case would be coni ! e V e- -f a night session ir were necessary WOODCOCK UPHOLDS SPEAKEASY RAIDING Dinctor Defends Action " f l»n l/nu at Alexandria Bay. V V. -Euiv 30 -(AP)—Action " r ' n agents in raiding ‘ 11 Alexandria Bay. N. Y., : •'* d today by Amos W. W. * ' h ‘* prohibition director, 1 'ta’ement their con r,-r? except they unneces ? roved some property, for ‘ V must pay , ‘ k r '' ,,s *‘d the complaint re ,« . ' n ’ J r » -Savage, secretary i ' “xandria Bay Chamber of 1 "”l ’ h action of the agents - „ * ' Pv eral establishments r Puri h&sed “quarts of ' 11 od bottles of whiskey”. America Fearful As War Plans Are Made •'■°re Trouble Loom* Next Week Between Bo ,v’a a nd Paraguay, Both o f Which Continue Mobi. lization ; Civil War Unchanged B 5:7-, A,r July 30—< AP>—War "’during in Bolivia and ir '* Predicting more ser '• r - ''.'l ***' w ««k. led a list of , '. h '‘aused intense appro ~r.. >r> u*h America today. • i , * ‘ Vir.s wre mobilizinf eco ■"! herwise with a par Ah h ‘breatened a climax ■ ii-*,;,* quarrel over tha ■f ttMi patch of wilderness *’fi <k<>. ' ° such fervor waa Bmtitersmt Batin FULL LIAfIIO WIHB BIRVIOI or TH» AMOCIATBO F*Rfew WHEN “B. E. F.” VETERANS FOUGHT WASHINGTON POLICE This pt:o'V> allows the start of the f rst fatal riot in Washington since the arrival of the Bonus Army. The Southern Senators Tell i Farley South Will Hold Firm Despite Dry Plank Roosevelt High Command, Confident of South and West Will Concentrate on East and Middle West; Hoov. er‘s Acceptance S peech Is Awaited BY BRYON PRICE. Washington. July 30— < AP)— The* east, so often the determining factor . in past campaigns, has been the fo cus of political developments by far the most interesting of the current week. Insofar as their significance can be foreseen, these developments reject the likelihood of a Democratic appeal made to order for the traditionally dry South and the traditionally li beral West, where Governor Roosevelt was strongest in pre-convention con tents. They indicate that the Demo cratic nominee will make a real es- DISTRIBUTION OF RELIEF PUNNED Gardner as Governor Per sonally Responsible For Aid Money Here llnllv niasntr* ftSMIk. la the Sir Walter Hatel. by j. r D.t HKKRVILL . Raleigh, July 30—Governor O. Max Gardner has not yet decided just how he will rt:«»tr:bute the Fede*wi relief money which North Oarolln* will be entitled to boriow from the Rccon struetion Finance Corporation, or how (Continued on Four I known ahe she held Argentine. Brazil and LI Uruguay at bay during a fiye yeare war in 1865. Balivia wa* under virtual military rule, and hastening soldier* into the southern Chako, wbee the swampy Jungles offered a moet inhospitable batte Wield. The status of the Brazilian civil war remained largely unchanged, in spite I of the activity of the Federal troops along the northeastern front, which is the key to effective domination of the Sao Paula revolt. , ONLY DAILY HOSTILE TO BONUS MARCHERS war vet-rans are shown resisting w tih ] brickbats t.he efforts of ihe capital poldce to dislodge them from partially fort, not a mere gesture, for support among the wets and conservatives of the eastern seaboard. One of the things most talked about in the conferences held in Washing ton by James A. Farley, the Demo cratic chairman.' was the prohibition i repeal plank adopted at Chicago. He j tried the the sentiment of southern senators, particularly in view of the j referendum result in Texas, where an | overwhelming majority voted for sub mission of a repealer. He apparently was satisfied that emphasis could be (Continued on Page Four) Convict Escapes In Box Overalls McAlester, Ok la., July 30.—(AP) —Bob Brady. 30, convicted ban robber, had himself shipped out of the Oklahoma penitentiary in a box of overalls and escaped. Officials disclosed today the novel method by which Brady gain ed his liberty this weka Th con vict was assigned to the packing department of the prison overalls factory. Constructing a small box with ■ rubber tube for an opening, Brady fastened himself Inside with a ham mar and had other convicts pack the box In a large shipment of over alls. GRANGE TO INvItT ROOSEVELT, HOOVER 11 Gardner Alio To Attend National Convention At Winston, Nov. 16-24 Dally Dtspsfeb Itaresa, la the Sir Walter Hotel. BT J. C. R4SKRRVILL. RaMgh, July 30 —North Carolina wiH boat to the largest gathering of organised farmers. In the United 9Mtee this fail when the National (Continued an Page Six.) Weather fob NOKTH CAftOUNA. Fair tonight and Sunday; not much change in temperature. newspaper published HENDERSON, N. C„ IN THIS SECTION OF NORTH CAROLINA AND VIRGINIA. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 30,1932 j d>m ntilcd jve r ngrrent ' build ngs. j Note the injured boauseers in center ; a "d at right*. One veteran wa* shot , REYNOLDS TO OKEH jaWRMMUHDSEN BY MR. EHRINGHAUS Senatorial Candidate Appa. j rently Soft-Pedaling Hi* Early Demand* As To Selection HARMONY IS MOST DESIRED BY PARTYj Urgent Fr*-d For It Leadsj Reynolds To Concession to Gubernatorial Candidate; ; Ehringhaus Would Have! Consulted Senate Nominee Anyhow Dnllr Disputes tlnr.ns, In t*>p Sir Wnllrr Hotel. ' ItY J. V. BASKK.nVII.t, Raleigh, July 30.—Robert R. Rey- ] nolds, the boy from the mountains j who defeated Senator Cameron Mor- ' rison, the former war-nourse of North Carolina Democracy tor tne senatorial j nomination on July 2, has calmed down a bit, now that *he first flush of victory has passed, and is willing to put his stamp of approval upon any one suggested by J. C. B. Ehringhaus for chairman cthe State Democra tic Executive Committee, according to | reports going the rounds in political I I circles heie. The new State executive I committee meets here Tuesday night, ! August 9, to elect the new chairman, j who, of course, will be suggested by (Continued on Page Six.) KILLS AND SUICIDES Milwaukee, Wte., July 30 (AP) —Ex- pended from membership in tha Inter national Baby Chick Association today G. A. Norrrtan, Knoxville. Tenr.., arose in a rage at a meet-ng of the j association’s ex»otive c<vimittee to- ! day and shot Charles Sawyer, the j president; Hoytville. Ohio, to death, critically wounded the secretary. Reese V. Hacks. Kansas City, and then eomimttted suicide. More Owners, Fewer Tenants Cultivating State*s Farms Dsn r Dispatch Bareas. Is tas sir Walter 'Hotel. St J. r. IIASKRRVIU,. Raleigh, July SO—More North Carolina farm land wa scuittvated by owners and lee eby tenants In . 1931 than during the preceding year, according to official figures gathered and released today by the Stale Department of Agriculture. V'« . * < i * * f SHsiicrfrh nnd killed and four Washington po ' cemen were seriously injured in the melee. France To Delay Debt Overtures July 30—(AIM—France bar. agreed to make no move to- I ward revision of the French debt to the United States until the situa tion In America Is more favorable, posslh'y after the presidntial elec tion, It was learned today on high authority. This was one of the results of an interview yesterday between Pre mier Herriot, United States Am bassador Edge, and Norman H. Davis, a member of the American de’egatlon to the disarmament con ference. iwisr VANCE GEI PAROLE Joe Robertson and Baxter Maynard Are Fr/ed By Governor Gardner 11 IN ALL TO GET OUT Requisition Papers C*i Governor of New York Also Issued For Return of Man Wanted Here In Immoral Affair Raleigh, July 3b— ( AP)—Eleven state and county prisoners In cluding Yodie Whitley, who was sent to prison from Pitt county in 1930 to serve ten to 15 years for mans’aughter. were paroled today hy Governor O. Max Gardner. All of the paroles were granted on the basis of the records of the prisoners and recommendatlnos by Judges and officials. Others paroled included Joe Robertson and Baxter Maynard, convicted In Vance county In Au gust, 1931, and sentenced to 14 months each for earning conceal ed weapon and iarceuy an«l re ceiving. Requisition papers on the gov ernor of New Yor l . for the returi* of Jefferson Camfor Bills, wanted In Vance county to f sc** a charge of carnal knowlewge of a female under 15 years of age, were issued h.v Governor O. Max Gardner today The alleged crime took place inly 1, 1931. The number of acres cultivated by owners Increased from RNSJM 1 In 1990 to 2,9*7,304 in 1931, while I the total tilled by tenmta dwersas | ed from 3.1284T76 to 2JM>BS. For three successive years, the re port shows, acreage cultivated by own (Continued on Page Sts), PUBLISHED CV CRT ATTHBHOOM ■XCHPT SUNDAY. Many Os Veterans Moving Upon City Are In Ugly Mood Henry Ford at 69 !' '. Fears No Old Age i ’Detroit, July 30 (Al*)—Henry j Ford al;» believes that If he esn- Hnues to "keep interested In every- , thing.” old age will not bother i him. Celebrating his 09th birthday to day, he said he believed “pcop whose interests an* up to date will get along in the world” without t iming old. | ”We like to have people think we get better as we get older." said Mr. Ford, “and I believe people of theru* kinds have more varied In- I terest to kepe them young. At least they try to keep up to date more than they did many years ago. Old age can’t bother me as long as 1 keep Interested tn every thing." GERMAN ELECTIONS' TOMORROW DECIDE COORSE OF FUTURE; Question 1* Whether Young j Republic Will Turn to The Right or The Left From Now THREATS AReTmADE BY ADOLPH HITLER Hugenberg Demands Return Os Kaiser and The Old Monarchy, and von Support* Present Regime; Communist* Seek Alliance With Soviet Ideals | Berlin, July 30- < AP) Mor» than 30.000,000 German voters sharpened • contemplated pencils today lo mark I at the voting booths tom ir row th«ir final decision on the bloodiest and , noisiest campaign in the nistory of j the Reich. The question was whether Germany | will go to the right or the left. On the right was the luring vote of Adolph Hitler, the former Austrian i army corporal and paper hanger, with his threat that “heads would roll - ’ in j his demand for an end of the demo \ cracy. There was Alfred Hugenberg, the J old-time Nationalist leader, with his 1 call for a return of th kaiser and the; re-establish men t of the monarchy, I and thsre was the power of the pre- 1 sent government of Chancellor Franz ( (Continued on Page Three.) german is to fly AROUND THE WORLD Berlin. July 30.—(AP)—Captain Wolfgang von Gmnau, who re cently completed bis third air crossing of the Atlantic by the Arctic route, told friends here in a wire’ess message today that he planned to continue on around the world. After stopping at Chicago, he said, he would make several visits in Canada and In cities along the Paclflo coast. Senator Howell Admires Aspirations Os Members Os Disarmament Parleys By CHARLES P. SLEW ART He sits by, seemingly wholly un- Central Press Staff Writer moved. when Chairman David A. Washington. July 30.— ‘ Arms par- Reed of the senates committee on ley ends with promise of future re- military affairs proclaims the glories ductions. of marching battolions. Chairman Senator Robert B. Howell read the Frederick Hale of the naval affairs headlines, glanced at the Geneva dis- .. patch underneath them and mailed — Uncle Sam's eJt ki« h* n ®* ds °* not cynically, for the Nebraskan is ndtsTion *2* not a cynical senator. It, waa « p«- 1,0 lndlcatlon that B<nator Howeir. simistic smile. pulse is accelerated a count a minute. 'lt sounds,” he said, "like one pf The ,act remam * that th « those promises a man tnakes to him- Husker solon is better acquainted with self on New Tear’s day.” ~ the history of war than sny other Senator Howell by no means' is a jingo. , ■ __ (Continued on Page Three.) 6 PAGES TODAY FIVE CENTB COPY Staff Leaders Telephone Waters in Washington To Hurry On There and Take Command EXODUS CONTINUES FROM WASHINGTON Hoover Statement Deplores Effort To Coerce Govern ment by Mob Rule; Infan. try Squats on Site of For mer Camp* To Prevent Re turn of the Men Johnstown. P«., July 30 -< API- Faced with a rising tide of hostility from Johnstown citizenry, staff lesd ers of the “bonus army,” retreating from Washington, today telephone I W W. Waters, commander-in-chief, and asked him to come here at on'x * from WWashington to aid in handling j the situation. Meanwhile, tattered and hungry ve j * era ns, forced to flee the capital at 1 ,he point of army bayonets, continue to trickle into this city. Already there are more than a thousand here, and the mountains are reported to be honeycombed with others. Many of them are in an ugly mood. , EXODKS FROM CAPITAL CONTINUES ON UNABATED Washington, July 30. (AP)--Bonua ; seekers by the score carried on & j strange exodus fiom Washington to (Conttnued on Page Six) j BANDITS GET (4,750 FROM MESSENGERS Knoxville. Tenn., July 30 (AP) Two bandjis held up messengers for the Hoteton Manufacturing Company andgrabh*‘d a money bag SI "50 and e.soup.d in an eulunoblls tod-ay. > ' U. S. Troops Go Back To Fort Meyer Washington Is Quiet and Federal Soldiers Returned to Their Quarters • j- Washington, July 30.—f AP)— ; Federal troops ordered into the District of Columbia by President Hoover to evacuate war veteran* from government property were directed today to return to nearby Fort Meyer as an air of tran quility prevailed In the city after two tumultuous days. The order 1 .'or the return was issued by General Douglas Mc- Arthur, army chief of staff, who directed the military operations which evicted the veterans under a cloud of tear gaa and at th* point fj sabers and bayonets. Emr.ianueJ Irvin, of New York, described by poHce as the “most vicV.UH radical who ever came to Washington,” was one of 19 for mer bonus camp residents held today for Investigation of sus pected communistic activities.