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GATEWAY TO CENTRAL CAROLINA. NINETEENTH YEAR KiS GARDNER CHIDES HOOVER FOR RESENTING CRITICS “Hurt" Attitude Adopted President Wholly Un warranted on Execu tive's Part EXECUTIVES MUST EXPECT CRITICISM That Is the Lot of Men In Public Life Today; Hoover; Can't Understand Plight of People; 11 New Auto mobiles for White House This Year |lnll> DlaM'rk la the !Mr Willrr HI J ( R^KKHVILL r.sle.Rh Oct 8. The hurt attitude) h in e adopted by President Herbert j H o. er and hi* complaint of a lack of public sympathy and understanding is rcalU unwarranted and is revealing , nl> ’bit Mr. Hoovevr is thin skinned a -d u->t able to stand up under public ttti Ism according to Governor O. Gardner Any man In public life t, iav bolding an executive position | riii-t expect adverse criticism and J>nf. of it and must stand up under ,• wrhnut whimpering. Governor 1 irdner declares. Much of the criticism of Mr. Hoov er i. amply Justified, however, since ha-> demonstrated in many way's that he cannot sympathize with nor ». ! >r<*and the position of the aver h ;<■ citizen in the United States dur irs ‘he difficult times of the past two oi ih:ee years. Governor Gardner said. I am inclined to agree with Sen ”or Borah, of Idaho, who has said ■ l-G Presldnt Hoover seems to thhxk tha* money grows on trees without ciderstanding how difficult it H for th» | 4 nk and file of the people to pay this money in the form of taxes to be »p«nt by the Government.'' Governor Gvriner .-aid. “For Instance. It la gen n v reported without being denied, thi' eleven new automobiles have fteen purchased this year for the V he » - Hou«e and the use of Mr. Hoov'“ e: fid h,- No other Isa *v»r N.ugh* so many automobiles within a single year even In ttme3 of P i> -p» But Mr. Hoover bought the-e <*!e\cn automobiles for the \'hi f e Hou.ie when millions of Ameri can citizens were having to give up their old automobiles and walk, or c n.cr» what was left of them Into Hoover Carts. Id contrast with Mr. Hoover's >a- are those of the Democratic Speaker of the House and vlce-presi dential candidate. John N. Garner, wh., when he was elected speaker re I t -e i ♦ „ use the Government-owned] 2 i maintained automobile provided f, r •h« speaker. Mr. Garner realized th.d‘ »h.s automobile was not neces -arv and created only additional ex ptnse As ‘he result of this and many <*'h*r similar instances that could be c:‘rd I am inclined to think it Is only i-Vural that the rank and file of the American people are wondering whether Mr. Hoover really does un derstand them and their problems, their suffering and self-denial during the e past few years. I am inclined to think the real rea o Mr Hoovevr is complaining about lack of understanding is that at last he is beginning to wake up anc he c nte disillusioned and that he la » ncing at the criticism being heapped -pon him But he should not com pa.n of a lack ol understanding The f-ct is that the people are just begin ' ng *o understand him. ‘'A ll f man who has held an executive po-i*ion in public life during the last 'hi p e .»r four years would be more thin blind if he did not expect to be (C >nunued on Page Seven.) Ehringhaus Is 111 With Appendicitis Ur. Haywood Makes txaminationsas Pa tient Is Confined to His Bed Raleigh. Oct 8 (AP)—J. C. B. Lhringhaux. Democratic gubrr ' latorial nomine, was confined to bis bed hen* today under treatment for what may be -prrnrtlrttM " hil * Dr Hubert Hayweed. dr., conducted an examination to ao cerUin if M im/nedtate operation "ill be neeeaaary. A Wo <*d tent taken this marring UHiicated infection of the appen- Dr Haywood said. bot hr do "•d t„ make a further examlna- Uo " * na hold some oot-m it tattoos. Hntherann mum uiykx OF THB ASBOCLATID HUM. ■Seeking Presidential Hancock ymßa j—yaa V Wmmm I fc v j fc.il KEyf blrritJJranhed ,?^ll by w,«d lOK^ Ph h ? nttr *' Pr ”*«nt Hoover is shown as » k j nds mrttele * th *t were thrust at him when his n fe M mmut f s •* Rl ** Island. 111., enroute £ck to _ from Des Momes, lowa, where he made his first campaign "“TJEZZIVi b l ** option he received along the ront£ tK President may make a more extended campaign toor later. Trouble Over Farm Belt Certain If Hoover Wins Picketing Taught Fanners Strong Arm Methods and Mill tary Training; Will Come Even Under Roosevelt Unless Conditions Improve Rather Quickly (Here is Charles P. Stewart's fiaaJ dispatch from lowa, pivotal stole of the rsatlsas farm belt.) By CHARLES P. STEWART QcV 4—Tha western farm area Is ‘mighty close to outright revolt, not only according to agriculture's radical spokesmen, but according to some who are not so radical. As I have mentioned previously. I asked Milo Reno of the Farmers' Union and apostle-in-chief of the Far mers' Holiday association, what the ANOTHER MEXICAN ARCHBISHOP HELD But He Is Released From Police Station Follow ing Questioning Mexico City. Oct. B. (AP)—Pascal Diaz, archbishop of Mexico, left the police station at 1:40 this morning after having been there for two hours under question of the police. The archbishop, an investigation of whose activities was demanded yes terday by a group of members of the ; Chamber of Deputies, returned home and said he was at liberty. He was taken to the station late last night to answer questions and officials told Mm he was free to go home. He de clined to say whether the questions were related to the declaration of the deputies yesterday that he had violat ed the religious laws by performing the duties of his office without hav ing been registered by the govern ment. TRUCKieS IN RALEIGH MEETING Legislative Program cussed at Gathering There on Friday ■>•11 r OUpatrk «"►»»». | ■• tb* Mr BY *. c. BA4KKH * • • ■ Raleigh, Oct- B.—A distil --’ting of the North Carolina Trr.r -nets Association was held here r*. > y at which various matters of in‘e:e>t to the rtuck owners were discussed, in cluding part of its legislative program for the 19*3 General Assembly. Fol lowing a general meeting at which business matters ware discussed, the members present enjoved a barbecue supper at the farm of Sam Ruffin, a few miles out of Raleign. The truck owners are fully aware thn tthay are going to have a real fight on their hands in the 1933 gen eral assembly and that the railroads especially 're going to * 4 tlll greater effort to secure rigtolatirm that srlli virtually tax the trucks off XCoatfanri ykiaa-i J ONLY DAILY NEWSPAPER yeomanry will do if the November election does not result to their lik ing, and he amended my question thus: % "In plain terms, what will the far .Jtt9rs Hoover is re-elected”" -To this query he answered: “Assuming that President Hoover is given another term in office, thro ugh the influence of the reactionary, interests which he represents, the far mers almost certainly will speedily be ditven to a policy of simply ignoring (Continued on Page Seven) CANNON QUESTIONS ROOSEVELT. HOOVER A*ks Tlicm How They Would Prevent Return of Saloon In Wet Regime v ' ■'* Washington, Oct. B.—(AP)—Presi dent Hoover and Governor Roosevelt have been requested by Bishop James Cannon. Jr., for their plans for pre venting the return of the saloons, and protecting dry states if present pro hibition laws are not held. Letters to the presidential candi dates were made public last night by Cannon. Both candidates were stated as being opposed to the return of the saloon. "When the Federal ban on the beverage liquor traffic is lifted and it is legalized, what plans do you propose to prevent the return of the infamous intolerable saloon, which was smashed by the adoption of the eighteenth amendment?" “What definite specific methods do you intend to propose to the dry states?” DARK FIRED COOPS TO OPEN ON NOV. 15 farmville, Va., Oct. B.—(AP) vember 10 was selected as the opening date for the warehouse floors of the Virginia Dark-Fiied Tobacco Grow ers Cooperative Association at a meet ing here of four of the five warehouse managers. j Depression Cart t Parade at Ayden . Democratic Rally Ayden. Ort. 8 (AP)—More than 200 "deprpeMdoo carte." a ernes between an automobile and a wagon, with * horse or mule as motive power, parad ed hero today as part of this aecdion's Dnflswstte rally. v Prises were awarded 2S of the carts, tuning all the way from the fanner with the target* family in one oart to the figoet unique contraption. j. c. B. Bhringbaw. Democratic gubernatorial nominee, was actedul to speak this afternoon, but wee unable to attend because of illness. Representative IJiwisay Waitehtol fd the Met of <**«r PUBLISHED HENDERSON, HafUj Btapafrh ■IN TAB SECTION OF NORTH CAROLINA AND VIRGINIA. N. C., SATURDA AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 8, 1932 FRANCE l| ASKED BY U. S3MBASSY TO ARKST tNSULL Detention of* Utilities Mag nate for djitago Author ities Is formally Revested MAY BE §EIZED, TOO European Stockholders In Bankrupt Middle j West Companies Plan To Attack Former Magnate's Hold ings In Epglfcnd Arid Also On The Continent 1 Parts, Oct. fc-j(AP)— Martin I. Immll. former-public utUklfr mag-« nats, who is Chicago for eribeazlement and bureeay. was liberated In SMI.MO' ball today pending a hearing on extradition proceeding*. Tho bond was posted by an Am erican surety company. Mr. lihuiil was represented by J. C. BSsßuer. Toronto attorney, whooo motion wad opposed’ by Ed ward Bayly, assistant attorney general of Ontario, acting as bpe els 1 counsel for the State of Illinois. Mr. Mcßuer presented medical affldavltes to the effect that fur- Nther Incarceration would be de trimental to his client's health. Mr. Insu‘l had been In Jail here since Thursday. Paris. Oct. B.—(A|P> - The American Embassy handed io the foreign c> fice today the request for the arrest and detention of 4 atnuel Insull, for mer Chicago utilities magnate, pend ing proceedings to j take him to Chi cago on a writ of jextradtion to face an indictment there. At the same tlmi r. plan to attach European propCrti«f of Insull. under indictment In comicction with the collapse of his vast Interests, was re ported today. Paris edition of the New York Heri|d< ? t , ribune said Geor ges Nachese. or»%er oj_a co*amittee | of'lnsull stockholders In Europe noti fied officials his committee intends to seek authority from the European stockholders, and when it had been obtained an attempt will be made to attach his estate in England and two in France. Charlotte Budget Standard as Fixed By State’s Board Paleigh. .Oct. B.—<AP)-The State Board of Equalization today tenta tively adopl «■'* - r i r'de not to allow any special charter school district a gen erally larger extended term supple ment than was allowed Charlotte by the board yesterday. On this basis the board tentatively adopted budgets for Asheville and Winston-Salem, alleging them the ex tra teachers asked, plus another Item of about 15 percent above the State standards. Definite figures on allot ments for the various Items had not been prepared this afternoon. Gang King Dies Death Os Torture Frankie McErlane Introduced Ma chine Gun Into Chi cago’s Liquor Wars Beards town, 111., Oct. 8. (AP> Frankie McErlane inventor of the fone taaay In Chklago liquor wars, died In bed at a hospital today of pneumonia. He had escaped hundreds of bullets from gangland enemies and was cred-. led with staying several persons after he introduced machine guns to gang dom. He was once charged with slay-: ing his wife and her two daughters, found dead in an automobile. Deliriously recalling his experiences in a Chicago hospital a few years ago, when a few men gained entrance and tried to slay him as he lay on a bed, recovering from gangster buHets. Mc- Erlane, doomed to die with his boots off, rxved last night that his enemies were about to slay him. It required four internes to hold him in bed. So his death was violent, although only fehadows of his enemies tortured him in the Images of a fever ed brain. LEATHER FOB ZrOBTH CAROLINA. \ Fatr MnUtht jad Bwedayj'tM*-' v 1 ' L " ' *' * * Bankers’ New Head JT ' fc - " T m JM Francis H. Sisson Francis H. Sisson, above, of New', York, is the new president of the! American Bankers’ association. Chosen at the dosing of the bank ers' convention at Los Angeles, he succeeds Harry J. Haas of Phila delphia. LIBBY HOLMAN IS N 0 T WORRYING ABOUT ANY WILLS She Is Absorbed In Plans for Her Coming Baby, Rela tives In Cincinnati Declare LIBBY IS WELL AND STILL IN THE EAST Her Parents Are In Cincin nati, But Libby Does Not Plan To Go There Before She Faces Trial; Reynolds 4 Will Left Her Nothing When Filed Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. B. (AP) — Mrs. Libby H&luian Reynolds is “not worrying about wills.” members of her family said today commending on tue the filing in New York of the will of her dead husband. Smith Reynolds. Made in August, 1931, the will left his estate Jto relatives except for a bequest of 350.000 to Albert Walker, a friend, jointly indicted in North Carolina for the murder after Rey nolds was found dead from a bullet wound. "Liboy Is well and still in the east,” relatives said. “She is not worrying about wills. She is absorbed in plans for her coming baby.” Her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Holman, are in Cincinnati. They do not expect their daughter to return here before being brought to trial In North Carolina. NO REDUCTION YET IN RATE SCHEDULE Corporation Commission Is Still Studying Electric Charges l>*lly THspatrb Rare**, la tkr Kir Waller Hat el. ,HV J. C HASKERVIM,. Raleigh. Oct. 8.- The State Corpora tion Commission is still busy digging into the rates structures of the va rious power companies that have sub mitted tentative schedules for lower rates with the result that*no definite announcement of any rate reductions is expeced for a week or ten days yet. Commissioner Stanley Wlnbome said today. Every' proposal so far made by the three companies that have submit ted revised rates schedules is being' carefully analyzed and dissected by Dr. C. E. Waddell, the engineer and rate analyist employed by the eom misslon td assist it k\ Its presfßt ef forts' to secure k>wer rates. The three companies that have submitted, .re vised schedules are the Southern Pub lic Utitties of Charlotte (the Duke PtrWer Company*; the Pfiblic Utilities Company an( * thw Tidewater Power Company, of Wilmington. The commission has already signified that the revtsd schedules submitted by these three companies ms factory since tehy do not represent g sufficient decrease In rates. Not only is the commission dissect ing the rates already propose* but it la also having Dr. Waddell apply a number of different rate schedules to the various classes of servltu on the basis of the power consumption Tig - »* (Oootlpited on Page Bwsj, , t, 1 91 ‘ • ♦ ►* ' “• PUBUgHim*vi!aTarTßa*ooß ■XCEPT SUNDAY. COTTON DROPS $2.00 PER BALE IN FACE OF BIG INCREASE Photo in Bronze x i ■ HU. * mm via w—i Governor Franklin D Roosevelt is shown admiring the bronze motor medallion with which he was re cently presented by the Roosevelt Motor Club of America, of which he automatically became ex-officio head. The object of the club is to enlist motorists throughout the country and provide autos for carrying voters to the polls >n No vember The medallion is the in signia of Huh memberahiD. MDEADIT PORTO RICO CUSH .. ■ sm Four PoKcemi gnfr Di»U M Attorney Killed In Disturbances OCCURS IN BIG TOWN Hut-macee large** MtkmrMt: In Eastern End of Island; Police And National Guard Re ported In Mt-Jee Ponce. Porto Rico. Oct. 8.-(AP> - Four policemen and the district at torney, Senor Pesquera. were killed today in a clash between police and the national guard at Huemaceo. Two-hundred shots were fired and there were many wounded before or der was restored. • Huemaceo is the largest town in eastern Porto Rico. It is on Ihe Huemaceo river, four miles from the east coast across from Crab island and about 30 miles southeast of San Juan. CLEVELAND SHOOTING MIGHT PROVE FATaL Cleveland. Oct. A—(AP)—Five person were shot, three perhaps fatally, in a downtown running gun fight (between bandits and police following a frustrated at tempt to hold up a diamond mer chant. / ROCKY MOUNT SALES OVER SEVEN MILLION Rocky Mount. Oct. 8 <AJ'; -Offi cial averages today of on the to bacco market here snowed yesterday was the heaviest of the year running the season's sales over 7,00000 d pounds which sold for an av-M-g? of ?J2. Gunman In Cincinnati Is Killed Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. B.—(AP) A gunman identified as Norman Town send, 34, of Detroit! was killed to day, three persons weie shot and three more were injured In a frustrat ed hold-up of a diamond merchant, which culminated in a wild down town gun battle. ; Townsend was shot as the climax of a 70-mlle-an. hour race down Euclid avenue with police guns roaring at the automobile be had commandeered. He died an hour late*. The others shot were: Herbert Quintan, Jeweler, reported near death fropi a ballet wound to the abdomen. , PatrolmaA Fred Beatier, shot in the right side, condition criticaL Detective Roy Heieley .wounded in [ the neek. „ . * 8 PAGES , TODAY FIVE CENTS COim Department of Agriculture Figures Put 1932 Crqp At 11,425,000 Balet as of Oct. 1 GINNING 3 SMALLER THAN ON OCT. 1,1931 Condition of Crop First of Month 54.2 Percent Nor mal, Compared to 69.3 Percent Last Year; North Carolina's Yield Put At 519,000 Bales New York. Oct. 8 TAP) -Cotton reacted about S 2 a bale net in the New York maiket today foilowing re lease by the government of October 1 crop estimates. Washington. Oct. 8.- (AP)—A 1932 cotton crop of 11,425.000 bales for the United States was forecast today l-y the Department of Agriculture on a basis of October 1 condition, an i i crease of 115.000 bales as compared with the September 1 forecast. SimuLataneou.sly the Census Bureau published a report showing 4.835.4G> running bales of cotton from the crop of 1932 ginned prior to October 1. com pared to 5.409.657 in 1931 and 6, 895 for 1930.. The condition of the cotton crop on October 1 was 54.2 percent of normal, compared with 69.3 on October 1 of last year, and a ten year average of 52.8 percent. The average yield fore cast as of October 1 compared with with 201.2 pounds per acre in 1931 and a ten year average yield of 151.1. The indicated crop ia 5,671.000 less than tbe record breaking c.T>p of last year. North Carolina’s estimated yield was set at 519.00 baits and the condi tion at 56 per cent. iOVERATMED IN BAILEY SPEECH Senator, In Oxford Address, Askg Why President Hat Not Acted Oxford, Oct. 8. —(AP)-- Senator ’Josiah Bailey, on a campaign tour, stopped here last night to -riticize Pretident Hoover for giving "mori promises to th* farmer." “If he has anything for the farmers, did he not propose it to Congress last spring?" he said. Taking the lowa speech as a gen eral topic, he said, "Mr. Hoover tells the country he has done his best. No one denies It. The answer is he could have done worse. HLs best is just too bad.” CHARACTER IS BEST. GARDNER DECLARES Raleigh. Oct. B.—(AP) —That unsul lied character is much rather to b« had than broadest fame and wealthiest fortune. Governor O. Max Gardner told delegates from throughout tha two Carolines assembled here today for the annual Hi-Y Congress. ‘‘Even though everything else go wrong, you must not be permittiß to slip into any lapse of morality," Gov ernor Gardner said. Jewel Ferguson Name Goes On Ballot Texas Supreme Court Grants Man damus Compelling Certification - Austin, Texas, Oct. S—(AP$ —(AP)— The T«xas Supreme Court today granted the application of Mrs. Miriam A. Ferguson for a writ of mandamus to compel certification of her name as the Democratic nominee for governor. The roandamu* was directed at Mrs. Jane Y. McCallum. secretary of state, who Itad withheld Mrs. Ferguson’s name from the November 8 general election, bed lot penning an appeal In a suit by Governor R S. Stalling contesting the woman candidate's right to the nomination. Shortly after tbs order was issued, Mrs. McCallum telegraphed at) county clerks to place Mrs. Ferguson’s name , on tbs ballots.