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s'isrreKNTH year HITLER AND Cloudy Weather Menaces Plans For Observing Sun In Eclipse In Northeast P«th Acros* New England Crowded. However, With j Scientists To Watch The Phenomenon 41 expeditions ON hand as observers 1 wither Man Worrying As. fronomers, But 30 Aviators Wail To Take Scientists Above Clouds for Tests As Ip Sun's Rays During The Eclipse j Ri (hr 4n.ncialed Press.) The *<>lar fre* show Is | fi ix*cta and the path "mid ..f the v»•*>•»'' that run* arrnaa n.« Fnglanil Is rrnwdrd with v,*n(f>(» and Laymen. * - -Truments of 43 expedi . v- .n p,.uv and last minute ad- I .—»•••. in* been made. I ;• i • » **vher man who is wor - «• ’v 3' ,r >nu'ts. he predicted ’»• •»- !• r >udy for Massachu i.“ 1 states where the r : t ' f>n*iftr chances are lo - - - -a pus •>; Massachusetts, aj ' which lies in the total I - i •* 'V prediddetion is "fair w>--« Thirty aviators stood "> t <■ wide belt ready to ri:- >o heights above the i- ■ ji< ' i hue or cloud should lt»- E r UF>F OF sIN WILL BE ‘MB LL OVER THIS STATS.. •" i r Auk 30— (AP> —The eclipse - : ir tr. m .nc»w afternoon will t : j ' i ih‘e to North Carolina i * > 1 ; Th» partial eclipse visible -r s’lf shout 2 40 p. m. Pans And Miller Plea Not Guilty I wo Indictments / ' vT < Aug 30,—i AP>—United t »•-> 'fratrrf James J. Davis. or ■ i"pleaded not guilty to "dictments charging him ' ' 1 "rihutiori in.l sale of lottery: .<*•- iil w>th conspiracy. se t at SI.QOO. '• •» f mt guilty was also enter- T*'<>-vjnre G Miller, co-defend • s'- Pavis in th*> two indictments I ' •M i!:n was fixed at SI,OOO. 1 " !-a publicity man and an i “ * *h» loyal Order of Moo®*. 1 I'}-'- n »h« national head. j Nmith Seat In Senate | Contested! Carolinian Is Battling for Fifth! [erm; McAdoo In! California & C. Aug 30. (AP) — | ... ’ T ’’ l ! hi.ig enrollment ofTDem- j Tunated a candidate fori . " senator today and choae ( ' *">r six congressional seats . ' merous lesser offices. , 4 . ’ figured largely in the * / ‘ r * r ‘‘ in which Senator E1... ... • >r; iith is seeking his fifth , ' ’hree opponents. The •,„ tw _ 1 !*■ Blease. former sena -. t ” A governor, is one of them. «te Ashton H. Williams. \.* tr Leon W. Hands, of n,. ’0 of 417.599 persons for .. :: ‘ , ' ,rv outstripped by more > irV ‘; 1 ’he best previous mark. • I*l3o gubernatorial el®c '■nr>fv> fortune* ARE . VT in California : ' r ’ "'•‘•co Aug. 30. (AP) —The i * 'ftunes of William G. Me ' of the Democratic " ticket on the wwl -nd of Senator Samuel Republican, and friends , ' l oiiuistration were at stake ' .... h ' n '* n yothers In California's r,l,r V election today. Hendersm ’or L TH»fg£ < .wnw ) wgvic* Further Rise In Textiles Is Seen New York. Aug. 30—(AP)-Hope for further Income Is seen m of the textile, and com modity markets. Some of these mar ketw have climbed more than 90 Percent above their depression Stl’i. cotton and wooien mills In 2*" England report a rush of or ders. A large number of employees have been recalled, and in several Instance, operation schedules have been put on 24 hour hast*. REYNOLDSNOfiN ANY DANGER FROM THE REPUBLICANS Democrat* Think Senatorial Candidate Well Able To Take Care of Him. •elf In Campaign EXPECTED^TO SHOW HIMSELF CAPABLE Stand on Prohibition Won’t -Hurt Him; .Belief Is His Wetness Was Small Con. sideration In His Success, ful Campaign Against Sen. ator Morrison Dallr DUfitrk Bares.. I. the Sir Walter Hetet. ItV J. V. BASKKIt VILli. Raleigh. Ayg 30 —ln spite of the few ■dry” Democrats In th* State who are more devoted to the cause of prohibi tion than to the Democratic party and a few others who personally do not have much liking for Robert R. Rey nolds. the Democratic nominee for United State* Senator, the bulk of the political belief here is that Reynolds will have very little difficulty in be ing elected this fall. In fact a great many here. including a number of those who supported Senator Cameron Morrison through both primaries, are of the opinion that Reynolds will come iContinued on Page Three.) La Roque Boosted As State Manager Os New Loan Bank l)iiih Dlapalrk B.ren., I. Ikr Sir Walter Hotel. HV J. C. BA9KKKVILL. Raleigh. Aug. 30—O. K. Laßoque. deputy commissioner of Insurance in pharge of building and loan super vision in North Carolina, is being prominently mentioned for the post of manager of the new district Federal Home Loan Bank that will be located in Winston-Salem. Those here who know Laßoque and the large part he had In securing the enactment of the home loan bank bill are confident that he has an excellent chance to be nam ed manager of this bank and that he will probably get the post. Since a large part of the business of the district bank will be done with building and loan associations, and be cause Laßoque Is probably more fa milar with the management of build ing and loan associations than any other man In North Carolina, he would be eminently fitted for the position of manager of this bank, according to op inion here. Laßoque has also hnd wide experience in all branches of banking formerly having been a Federal bank examiner, so that he had adequate background should he be selected as manager of the home loan bank in this district. ___ 104 Tfca temperature high at 3:3* P- B, today wti officially reported at 104 ligrsM by John P. Rcob, official Weather Bureau observer here. The mark regtetared on the govremaeut Instruments kept at the pump station, was the highest ftk summer by two degrees, and the highest registered here In sesr * ana I I ■■lie ‘ ONLY DAILY NEWSPAPE R COMMUNISTS FAIL TO CONTROL GERMANY EXXIPSETO BRING DARKNESS WHEN SUN USUALLY IS BRIGHTEST W "" J I'mfiflrTT fvnxtiti \ HOW SPECTATOR OP ANOTHER PLANET | PLANETS. STAR SHOWING "fiS] WOULD VIEW ECLIPSE ON EARTH. 'j AT TIME OF ECLIPSE J Figures below show , first, tim« eclipse begins, kK*al Wme, at ciU.*s di-slgnaled. time of greatest obscuration, percentage of sun covered, and tlnu- when eclipse ends. The date of ihe eclipse is tomorrow, August. 31. TIME AND PERCENTAGE OF ECLIPSE BERKELEY—Begins. 10.54 a. KANSAS CITY— Begins 10» p SulrSTi,’L£“ * m - wr m; 1,1,7“'pf, cent. tS. ends, 12:26 p. m. cent. 65. end* 2:27 p. m. *V' T U KE ClTY—Begin* CLEVELAND — Eknine, t:l4 p 11.49 a. m.; obscuration. 12:5* p. m.; obscuration. *?J7 p. m.- per m.. per cent. 39, end* 1:56 p. m. cent. 87; end* 4:34 p. m. obl!^u™T«^'T B OR ,r ‘ n, ■ 11 5 * m ; MONTREAL-Begin* *J:I4 p. trends 2ii m : obßCuration - 4 P m.. per t». ends, 2.11 p. m. cent, 109. NEW YORK—Begin* «3;2J p, m.. obscuration. 4:14 p. m.. per L cent. M; end* (.19 p. m. (•Daylight saving.) r Roosevelt Can Oust Mr. Walker Albany, N. Y„ Aug. 30.—(AP>— The right of Governor Franklin D. Kooeevelt to remove Mayor James J. Walker from office haa been e»- tabUsbed by a court decision. Supreme Court Justice Ellis J. BtaTsy ruled last night that the governor had the authority to re- | move he mayor, and ha lit cowdnc- | ing the hearing ho was not hound by the court to adhere to ary rule of Judicial procedure. lENCESHROfT POLICY ON COTTON f Jesse Jones Said $50,000,000 Available To Hold Cotton Off Washington. Aug. 30.—(AP)—Sil ence today surrounded the $50,000,000 which Jesse H. Jones, a director of the Reconstruction Corporation, said last night had been made available to keep government-controlled cotton off the market until 1933. Farm board officials declined to dis cuss the proposed loan in any way, but It was strongly indicated there that the board and the reconstruc tion Corporation would not pull agree ments concerning the loans. NINE DEFENDANTS STILL BEING TRIED Chkrfed With Conspiracy to Defraud In Elections; State May Rest North WUkesboro, Aug. 30 (AP) — The tjrtal of nine defendant* charged with MfMplr&cy to defraud In the 1930 genalal elections in Watauga county continued here today and court at taches said they believed the tat* would reet late today. The nine on trial today axe resit dents of Cove Creek, in which pre cinct they are charged with exchangi tng Republican ballots for Democratic ones during the mounting of votes. Teeteiday eight defendants from ths laurel Creek precinct charged simil arly as the nine on trial today, were acquitted. . , M, \ PUBLISHED HENDERSON, N. C., TUESDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 30,1932 . . ' - r ; i , i • + • ®atly Dispatch IN THIS SECTION OF NORTH CAROLINA AND VIRGINIA. PATROL IS LEGALLY ' IN STRIKE REGIONS No Violation of Law For Them At Thomasville And Rockingham REGULATING TRAFFIC Th®y Are In No S.-*ise Guarding Mills or Bothering Strikers; Gardner Using Them Instead Os Soldiers Dull? l)ln|>nt,-h nnrrnn. In Ihe Mr Waller Hotel. fit J C. R.4SKKH V 11,!,. Raleigh. Aug. 30. The concentration of numbers of State Highway patrol men at Thomasville and Rockingham as the result of strikes there among textile and furniture workers, is in no way a violation of the law creating the State Highway Patroi, but rather iri direct line of Its duty, according to those here who have been studying the statute. So far the patrolmen have been ordered only to keep the high ways open, enforce the motor vehicle and highway laws and keep the peace, which is their duty as set forth in the 1931 statute governing the conduct of the State Highway Patrol. Since the members of the highway patrol are commissioned Individually by the governor from the captain on down, and since the governor is the State's highest law enforcement of ficer, there is no doubt but that the governor haa the power to command the patrol and assign it to any duty necessary to keep the peace, most of those consulted here agree. “If the governor has the power to call out the National Guard and as sign It to police and law enforcement duty, he undoubtedly has the power to (Continued on Page Three.). Captain Haizlip Off For Air Races In Cleveland, Ohio New York. Aug. 3*). - (AP) Captain James G. Haizlip, who set a new tr&ns-contlnental flight record yester day* took off *t 12:45 p. m. EKr., to day for the air races at Cleveland, Ohio. He was followed one minute later by Caytain Roecoe ‘i v i ‘ocr. ’ 1.0 broke the old transcontinental record ln a flight yesterday from Los An geles. . ’ WEATHER FOB NORTH CAROLINA. Fair tonight and Wednesday; not much change In temperature. SAYS DRY FORCES FAR FROM BEATEN IN UNITED STAFFS Wets Face Many Obstacles Before They Can Achieve Goal They Are Fight, ing To Gain DRY LEADERSHIP IS SHOWING SMARTNESS Concentrating On Congress Members Instead of Pres idential Candidates, Real izing Heads of Tickets Vir tually Helpless With Dry Congress By CHARLES P. STgWART Washmg-.on, Aug. 30.-Dry tactics may not be what they were under the late Wayne B. Wheeler, who was a political genius of the first water. Nevertheless, they still are intel ligent. One evidence of this is to be seen in the refusal of prohibitions real leadership to be drawn into a third party movement. If it could, it would have headed of! the Upshaw ticket, and wants it to attract as little attention as possible. (Continued on Page TLre*.) ALL-TIME RECORD FOR HEAT IS SET Raleigh, Aug. 30 (AP)—Urged upward by a rdentlewly hot sun, the ptfljelat temperature at Jhe United States Weather Bureau here this afternoon at 1:30 had set new all-time record tor heat on an August day l n Raleigh, with a reading of 101.1 degrees. iiverle thousand AT FARMER’S MEET 30th Annual Convention Gets Under Way In Ra leigh; Warren Wat son Speaks Raleigh, Aug. *3O laPi—More than 1,000 persons packed Pullen ball at North Carolina State' College today for the opening session of the 30th annual State Farmers and Fartn Wo men') Convention. W. Warren Watson, of Hyde countq president of the State Farmers Fede ration, asserted in his address that farmers “are optimists and are looking Do several agencies during tbs com ing year which sen bring relief.* He listed prospects of better mar kets for products. Federal and State employment relief, and possibly tax relief by the 193$ general assembly . PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT BUNDA T Mrs. Ferguson Is Now Again Ahead Dallas, Texas, Aug. 30 (AP) Mrs. M riant A. Ferguson's lead over Governor K 8 Sterling ln the Democratic gubernatorial race was increased to 1.297 votes on the m*c »;d compilation of vot>*i» made today by the Texas Elections Bu reau . The returns from all 251 counties, 234 complete, gave Fersuaon UG. MO and Sterling 473,233. It was estimated by the election bureau that approximately 3,00(1 votes weie jet to be counted TROPIC STORM IS MOVING INFO GULF Passing Across Florida With Comparatively Little Damage There HEAVY RAfN FALLS Winds on Lower East Coast Also eg High Velocity; Telephone Com munication to Some Sec tions Disrupted Miami. Aug. 30 (AP) - The tropical disturbance that blew in from the At lantic last night bringing heavy rains and winds to the lower east coast, swept westward today across partly inhabited swamps of the Everglades toward the Gulf of Mexico. Richard W. Gray, government weath er man here, said the storm was cen tral this morning between Fort Myers and Key West and would pass into the Gulf if it continued its present course. Disruption of telephone communi cation to Everglades and Naples, on the southern coast, prevented an ac curate chart of the progress of the storm that caused only slight damage on the eastern shore of the peninsula. Reports from Jvcrglades indicated thßt no damage had been caused to the rich farming section that fringes the eastern shore of Lake Okeecho bee. Farmers Picket Line Collapses With “Big Push” Dn Moines, lowa, Aug. 39. (APl —Farm produce was brought unhindered into Des Moines today with the collapse of the last strong farmers ho(lday picket line. Shortly before neon Sheriff Carl Keeling, a force of deputies and truck drivers, all armed with dobs massed on highway SB north of the city, and forced their way through members of the farmers holiday association, who seek to force higher agricultural prices by keeping produce from mar ket. The "big push” against the blockade, after starting SI a point five miles from Ames, resulted In the free movement of produce into . this capital city. 6 PAGES TODAY FIVE CENTS COFH AGING PRESIDENT:" GETS FINAL WORD IN FIXING POLICIES Apparently No Combina. tion of Opposition Parties Is Able To Block Government IMPEACHMENT FOR LEADERS IS ASKED 75 Year Old “Grandmother of t!he Revolution/ 4 De mands as Communist the Ousting of Hindenburg and Chancellor von Papen Under Constitution Berlin Aug. 30.-—< AD— Adolf Hitler’*. National Socialists won their first important office in the National go\ernment today with the ejection of Herman Wilhelm Goering as president of the new Reichstag. Goering has been with Hitler since 1923. He served his country during the war, and was cited for valor as commander of the famous Von Richthofen Lying squadron. His margin of victory was U7 votes to 216. IMPEACHMENT IS ASK^O FOR GOVERNMENT HEADS Berlin, Aug. 30. -<AP)—The im peachment of President von Hinden burg and the cabinet of Chancellor Franz von Papen on charges that they had violated the constitution was de manded today by Clara Ztkin, 75- year-old "grandmother of the German (•evolution " and a communist leader, when in the capacity of senior mem ber, she opened the firet session of the new Riechstag. The president, in a statement is sued three hours before the Reichstag assembled, announced his complete ac ‘WfUl with the government program, and said that he was ready to issue the emergency decree to put the plan in operation. By this decision the Reichstag was called in event that disapproval of the cabinet course will mean dissolution. Once more it appeared that the aging field marshal had said the last word and that—no combination of opposi tion parties could turn the government from its path. Cotton Recovers Large Portion Os Its Early Losses New Orleans. Aug. 30. -(API Ths cotton market, made vulnerable by spectacular steady gains last week, weakened under a wave of proflt-tak irg in trade today and lost more than 82 a bale net. before short covering was satisfied. Fluctuating feverishly, and activ® trading of October declined to 8.71; December to 8.75, about $2.00 a bal® below yesterday's close, and nearly $4 a bale under Ihe new season high established in‘yesterday's session. Before the end of the first hour, however, futures milled about $1 & hale from the lowest when short cover ing and traders showed apprehension over the approach of the tropical storm. . - i Gardner Is To Select New Judge Prominent Western Lawyers Talked As Successor to Judge Macßae Raleigh. Aug. 30.—(AM—A succes sor to special Judge Cameron F. Mc- Rae, who died suddenly at Fayettevill® Sunday, probably will be named this week by Governor O. Max Gardner. It was authoritatively learned her® to day. Governor Gardner is now on his va cation at his home in Shelby, and his offices here said nothing was known about the matter. A score or more of prominent west em attorneys have been proposed to the governor to fill the vacancy, it was learned, with Sam J. Ervin. Jr., of Morganton. a member of the last General Assembly, and F. S Hill, of Murphy, understood to he the most seriously considered. Funeral services for Judge Macßae were held today at Fayettevilla.