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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - October 1, 1932, Dunkirk, New York                               TODAY'S ISSUE 16 PAGES DUNKIRK EVENING OBSERVEI c..... irAccn WIDP'SFDVIR'F OF THE" UNITED PRESS------FRIDAY'S PRESS RUN 4511 'VOU OXXSVI'li-NO. 35 ESTABLISHED LEASED WIRE SERVICE OF THE UNITED PRESS------FRIDAY'S 4511 DllNlUKK, Nr. SAWIUUV, OOTOUKH t, Thfl 1 Cloudy tonight and Sunday, J.OH- .Sunday; warmer cooler Sunday. Per H'rrk ilellvrrnl StiiEli, :l 7 SOUTH AMERICAN COUNTRIES AT WAR DONOVAN FAVORED AS Ell GO. SWINGS 61 FIRST BAUD f.' Trubee" Davison and Mayor Holland Marvin Are Also-Con- tenders. HAM FISH, KEYNOTER, HAS HOOVER MESSAGE Rest of State Ticket Causes Lit- tie Agitation Although There 'May Ss Some Competition forl Attorney-general. By ROSCOE SNIPES (Halloa Press Staff Correspondent) Uisffalo, Nr. Y., Oct. Hep-. ri-.wiii-.tUv6s of. Hie1 Ropublicau mirty in New York State will-assemble hero Monday to choose their platform Tor th" two. ymirs unit nominate, thnir c-iindldiite" for governor. Three names lit least will be up for euMs'deratlon leader, of tlio parly's .-itiiii' ticket, but predictions on tho ovo the convention were that tlio two- session1 in H'hat respect would .lie larV.-ly a inatler of form, and .that Col. William J. "Donovan of Huffalo would easily emerge the party's Clinic.-. Opposed to Donovan are P.. Tnilico DnvlKOii, assistant secretary of ,war, wlin lias boon active tor weeks In liia nwi bohalt, anil Mayor Holland n. Mui-v'n. of. Syracuse, lawyer, and sin- iloiii of economy in government, wlin iHv.-or formally declared his camli- iluc--.-. but whoso iiowertnl friends have prniiiise-d to nght for him to the last, iiinl accept no other ipflice. n.i'tiivaii's nomination i.-i not. eipeet.- on the first ballot. Five hundred i-tjl'--- or one over half, are needed fur tlio uominalion, as In the nation- al republican convention, and even fume-vim's lieulenants do not credit liiin with that many now. Hut theybo- ilmt after favorite sons we paid ihflr complimcnls, and tho strong Diui'i-im vote is noted, tho second bal- at least tho third, will sec the majority swing to him. Heads Farin _E6anihg Link CAIHOLICiERGY Hero is the latest picture vey, Omaha banker who was recently appointed 'chief ot -Urn Agricultural Credit Corporations in tbo Recon- struction Finance Corporation by President Hoover. Tbo Agricultural Credit 4TOiin will seelt to aid farmers through extension of loans to busl- ness organizations farm produce. IN REPLY TO POPE Encyclical Draws Official Fire As "Threatening a Seditious Movement. LINK RELIGIOUS WAR WITH OBREGON MURDER Luis Leon, "in Bitter Tirade Against Foreign Interference, Believed to Represent Au- thorized Attitude of Govern- ment. By JOHN R. MORRIS (United Press Staff Correspondent) Mexico City, Oct. lic clergy were charged 'wii'ii rmjion- Engagement of Prince George to Be Announced Slockholm, Oct. on- yagomoni. of Princo fleortfty ut I'li'.g- liuiil, Princess InKrlil nf Sweden, Is expected to bo cillleblllv Tuesday at a dinner given by iho crown prince. Princo CieorKo arrived lioro on a visit with bin brotbor, (ho Prince of WHICH, whoso name previously bad been linked with that of the prlucM.i. fcincly Suspect I'1- of Ford Ho-IsibiHly lor the assassination of. L'rwl- Ul I U1U 11U ____ Kloo'tn nlnlli- which purchase LINER REX Will Cress'France, in a Hurry to Board the Be Late for New York Meet- ing. By THOMAS B. MORGAN (Unllucl Frees Slaft Correspondent) Gibraltar, (let. J. Walker, fearing thai delay in return dent-Elect Ohregon In 192S'.in a state- ment tssnod today reflecting tho erumonl attitude and condemning aa "basically vulgar1' tho encyclical Is- sued yesterday by Pope Pius xr- The Pope wan charged with at- tempting to agitato" miMlu opinion "threatening a seditious movement." Tho encyclical, attacking Mexico's ,mtl-rullglous lawn, was condomuod as 'criminal Interference by Homo with our internal affairs." Tho Pope's message, aclcirosgoil to tho Mexican episcopate, wao called utterly uuJuR- llfiod, "banically and "far from the bninlllty preached hv Tho Mexican statement came from Luis Loon, director of the newspaper El Naclonal and recognized leader of the national revolutionary (Kovorr.- mcnl) party in tho chamber of dopu- ties The statement wafl carefully prepared. It waa known to tho attltmlo of the government. No surprise In Mexico "We should not be surprised at the belated protest against legislation Is- sued by the federal government last December (when tho number or yrlcsls was restricted) inasmuch al- tho Vatican's attitude bas another ex- tho staloinont said. "In recoi.il months tlio prosecuting authorHle.s' have miule iio'.ablo Prlucoss Ingrld In a lirandilaiiuhLer of the Duko of Oonnaiiglit, unclo ot King floorgo. In'grltl bas been carefully trained In cooking and houseluMMnns. and plays lhe violin. She la fond of .bcati-CH, loves opera, and In widely- read. Sho Is dancer and sportswoman. She is -2. I'rhico Cicorgo, fourth son and fifth child of King rieorsc, was born Dec. 20, Destined for a naval career, ho passed through tbe usual .nnvoro course of training at tlio Royal Na- val college, and tbo Dartmouth training ship. Physically, GeorKo was not Loo strong, and ho bad to undergo a. couple of operalions, Including one for appendlcilia and another which nearo.it future It will be left Gibraltar for Fiance, via Perhaps on Ibis account they pro were deiinilely lilasl- However, the former mayor was I with Ibn Mexican rovolutlonary movo- n y tun! ivrniiBling commltteemcn. Fis.'i is Keynoter President Hoover's mossago to stale is ejected through Re- HaimHon Fish, convcn- Illll't-Ull V _ conferred witii ln'll i1 isu for some time after an- no..! cement o[ hi., placeym the c i- vonrlon program, and while no Ml I I-IP; J ...lllcml lilt O v nti.m tic slate ticket bas cause to dale. Tim name s of Ma Hiibbani, lo reach home at the earliest si'ile date. The Europa is clue lucre While other passengers on the Kcx stormed tbe purser's office complaining against tbe inisbap which lias delayed :1 here on her maiden the .tin. clergy for tho asaaswln- le.vico's thc- statement aald. Tho slalemenl the Popes attiimpt to "incito sedition" In xlw- Dig Lnatl t. _. the formbr mayor of New York DIscusslon bis decision and -then bcsanliec-, ____ ney. lie liaci only a very narrow mar- gin of lime and was forced lo rush throiiiih formalities to speed his jour- ney tri Prance. Tiic Kurojia i.i clue to leave Tuesday. n'r and of Moses G. lr 'ftica, former state Amerioan commander, imvo mention- the attorney freneral nomin( icric i.iie "Umi but anytliiiiK er wanted to arrive home by Oct. (i iliwii miiit await tho arrivnl of Slate j f convtiiing of the cily i ,lt n W. Kiugsland Macy toraor- m llegislatiou woro far from Cbric.tia, The fate of Walker's political life hnmllilv lacking oven in u-emapt 1-.oi-n.-nn I .1... To Arrive Late Next Week Tbe German vessel is scheduled 'to New York Lite next week. Walk bcsldi-3 bdhiB utterly unjuatltlcd. Is basically vulgar Its .form lar [torn tlif- Christ preacbeil, tiie statomont said. "Moiican legisla- tion regarding tho religious ciuenllon waa Issued In accordance with our constitution and in Uio oi'ercise of our sovereignty as an autonomous na- tion, which we cannot permit any fm-plKncv to discuss. "The I'opo'n olisorvallons on our imith, Roosevelt, McKee, Wal- ker and Tammany In Regular Free-for-all. 47 ELECTORAL VOTES MAY HINGE UPON DECISION Gubernatorial Nomination May Be Influenced By Bitter Rival- ry in Metropolis Mayor's Budget Slashing Program About Wrecked. necessitated amputation of both tlio small toes, lie Is an alumni constant compan- ion of tho Prince of Will Benefit the Country When Roosevelt Slogan Is Out o" Campaign. ROOSEVELT'S NAME IS OMITTED FROM ARTICLE Editor Raps Republicans, Too, for Its Mistakes, and Make Criticisms of Elements With- in Democratic Party. Uy J OWGU; L. LEA.KI; New i'ork, Oct. olil iasbioiuxl '-kinick ami out" iiulilical free-for-all involving 1'Vank- in D. Kousevi'.ll, Alfred V.. Smilli, I'annmiiiy Hall, Mayor Mc-.Kcc and Mayor James J. Walker In prosp'.cl tor New York today. The slakes are: Nc-w York's -17 electoral votes in No- vember. The Deinocraiic nominalion for 150 v- The llemnc-ralic mmlination as mayor of America's largest i-ily. Conlrol of New York's Cily govcrn- menl, lonn held by Tammany Hall. A showdown ou tbe mayciralily bat- tle was set for today, with every in- dicalion Ibat Tammany Hall would liiumpli over Mayor Joseph Vincent McKce, liatlliiiK professor o! Creek ami a Kuost'velt man. McKcc's chief appeal lias been b.i t'..e budfiel tiimmimx he abeaily has ordered and further culs l.tmlgd imikinu bas been a duly of the iiiayr's office for four years. Tammany, Cnnlroller Hcny, mnved yc.ilenlay 10 strip the iii.iyor's office of ils Illlil- m'l making power, and it lei cithcrj. To Protect Payrolls Bitter Fighting Between Para- guay and Bolivia Continues Unabated in Gran Chaco Sec- tor. SAO PAULO REBELS REFUSE TO OBEY THEIR COMMANDER Demand That Peace Be. Estab- lished With Seize the Port of Lelicia in Colombia. Lawrence, above, a nholoisra- phor from I'msalc, N. J., Is hold- In Harrisbimr, ill., for nuontlonlni; by .leiwoy olllelaln a possiblo fiuspoet In tbe LlndborBb baby hlilnaplng aii'l miinlor. Laivnmco, who clonluH any owleclBD ot the crlimi, wan arresl- afmr Colonol Oharlc.it A. Iilncl- ruli forwanleil'to Illinois miihorl- Hen an nnonymous lottor that namei! to pro- Uuw York, Del. 10. Smith, In his debut iis-au edito today declared the Democratic1, parly must piirnu Itself of certain "elements and forces" and banish tlio "myth of tho forgotten man" to jirovlcln Icniclor- ip out of economic dj- orising Dm nation. under his own signature as cidltcjr-in-cJilcf of UIB New Outlook, Smith reiterated'his that tho 'bnpe in! U'c country lios In Domo- iratlc success" forihcomiiiK election but failed to iiienlion the mimo of f.luv. l''ianklin Itinwovfilt. Tlio former Democratic slamhird bearer maflp. a biting attack fm tbo adiuinistration o[ Prosiilent llcicivcr. .Smith pointed out that eonfllcllMK elements wilbin the Demoiiratic Tbe nljviovisly- tect Ilie 'I': laily payrolls. '1 be '.ramniaiiv move Wiis defeated simply licean.se il lacked "lie vole of Hie throe needed lo pass such a resolution cm first rcailing. A special meeting cif Ilie liiiarcl of e.-.timale w.-is railed (or today, uH a simple majority will pass Ibe measure. McKec, Kerry anil want the 1 nominalion fur mayor. conlemU be is cnlilleil (Continued on 1'aKe Seven) hi-sop'cTal train tomorrow. tile' noils in Xew were crcally jdcvotoil lo work with the object of tail minute rush was necessary k lhe national roconfltructlcm, there u put Broadway nudiloriumln thc of I fnm, Intriguer, at em .u, n i> oa a convention Hall. Tbo {K.r' cnllrt avmMnt, A fight i to agllale pub c opinion am aiidiiorlmn was set up as a l.o.vinK arc- tl-.r-roln threatcnlnt a i.a last night, the a.- iniiKement must bo complnieiy ic.ii.i: ,..rc o{ thc Rcx a Question "and tlie rostrum., press IION ano pil'iiM- convention accoinoilalloiiB- In- siallod before Iho dolesates can begin- e .loliberalions at H a. m. Mon- Donovan llipralo, N. V., Oct. Fi-lo connty dclcRfltlon lo Iho Hcpnh- slato convention, G1 votes strong. plo.lK.-tl ilsolf lo Col. William Don- for tho gubernatorial lr riinrns hero last nipht. Tho dclcKation empowered Slnlc. Senator William ,f. Illckey, nounly cbairman, lo vote for II. unit for Donovan and for other candidates ns proposed and for the Rial" platform nfu-r polHnK Iho delegation. Ti.rt ilclngatioii's action van oXiiuct- od to other Wr-slcrn Xew York cleloEOtlons toward Donovan on i lie first hallot. A LOT OF SPUDS MiiH.-icna, N'. ol gii'rtlon' pl'oM by nnomploycfl Is pr-.n-ing worth while In Ibis section. not even a smooth connee- (Continucd on Paso Ten) Cautions Couple Married Today on 1925 License 111., Oct. (UP) John I.oke, :M, Illhla JleiideMon, both of Milwaukee, are cautions, thinking folks. 'They oof alnoil a license hero .Ian, M, JH26. Years went by and It never was usod. assiirotl that thc. Moxlean govr-rnnient. bnnkcd by tbo popular winch arcs the backbone of Iho revolution, answer with Korcnltv but with Ibe Kmltbtown l.lrnncb, I., Oct. !ice until Jan. claiu l'H-1. Walker and il should be tor Nov. 8, tile ilay uf n.-.l .lectio eonr1. has siislainccl Ibis view, anil an appeal will be ai'KUed before tbe court of appeals Tuesday afternoon. On Thursday, Ibe New York Cuiln- ty commiltcemen will mee: in Madison darckil to ncn.iinate tbe Two) Wrists slashed, Notns Giving Debts As Reason tor Taking Own Lives. Two Projects in Adirontlacks Approved By Stale Power Commission Work Starts At Onnc. Albany, N. Oct. for nt least Illlll nortliorn Now York. i-efllilenl.H thin winter aiul approxim- ately next mn'lnt; and liummul will ho affcmleil by construction of two lingo rraim-volni 'noiiio M mllwt uortli ot Ilcrklincr, It was eijllmiilucl toilay. Tbo pnijoctn Incluilo u H billion bio fncil rrmirvolr at Pnnther miiiin- tain, on ilm nw.lh braudi ot Iho rlvor, and n lliriio billion, ills bunclrod tboiiiianil cubic foot waier mipply base. Hi Hiitloy mounlaln. Prnpn.iou by tlm Black rlvor lalbig district commission, tbo pro- Jecbi woro approved by the iitalo wa- U'.r novnw and control commbmbn ycciturday. It was estimated the coat will bo An (Mirth clam, 180 fact must bo eiHiHtniclod. In ..llle.H ot sravol ijiirfacccl miiBl ho built, acro.i ot l.lmbcir- liiinl luuiburml, am; iiciTii clear- i'il. II was aiilil. I.iiinborliiK, clearliii; and ncniitrtic- llon a slroain diversion tunnel c-ir. lie nhiici.it Immwlhiloly, Iho regulating board Informed tho stiitu commission. Actual eoncdruction can bo begun early winter. In njiprovliiB tbe project, tlm iitaW that no ox- lilalion by any prlvat'- wirporatlnn ul oxcow power croutehl liy tin; d.ini In- poriiiUleil. Tbn clam will bo lln.inr-cil by ownira Leave iot iii-opm-tii-s Iliiomvi Oct. or tho threat ot cnulllcl Dlaiiketed South America today with only Uirei> of tho ten ropublicH on tho continent free from Internal or external Iron- -bios. Venezuela In tho iioiili, and Argonll- IIIL and UniKiJay In tbo nouth worn tbo only natlomi Unit escaped Uwi war fnver. Diplomatic relations wero brnkon rucontly hetwoon and UriiKiiay, hut tho Incldonl wa.s yinootbod over. Tbi) rust of flbo continent cnntluuect overshadowed by war clouds. Vmiei! negotiations tailed In whonj a civil war In draining the eco- nomic sources of the nation. Northern Uio linino- illalo rcsismitlon of Uio HantliiBo KOV- eminent with the. tbrciit of talclnB "snvero inonHUnss." Tho bitter conlliet tn the flran Cl.a- co between Bolivia anil Paraguay con- tinued unabated, with Paragiiny hold- Ini; tbo upper bund after lukliij: fort 1 In a desperate strngple thy wilderness. Fooling ran lilsli 'n Ibo capitals ot rern and fjolnmbla over Vcvvtvlaa soliuri! of the Colombian port ot lela, In tlnj upper regloiiH of tbe Am- Tlila Isolated port threatened to crnalo an International incident with possibly far niaeblnk results. Kcuailor lins' been In political tur- moil for weeks, with sorlous llKlitlns rocontly at Quito, Iho capital. Tim Kovornmeut was Informal! loiliiy of n rdi.orlecl ulTorl by army officers to os. lubllnh a military dictatorship. 10 Appointed Mediator SanlliiBo, Chile, Oct. For- mer I'ronlilonl Artnro Alc.-ssamlrl was mediator today In tho dln- nnln DolwuBii tin. SanllaKO Kovern- miMit anil northern c'blbi which threat- ened tbo country with another armed. rc.voll. Tlm Hoconil government emln- sni-y acini, lo Anlofnilaga in livo dayii WISH Imprisoned by tbero. (allon for "I iioWo thai all .Mexican opinion. Assemblyman HainlHoii without chs'lliictlon of creed, will en eonilomn this criminal at- P. Phller, of Knffdlk county, anil Latin ciu.-irler, police fcumd tli bail strugulc 11 jhanslec! fbcir in a urim .st 11 i for re-cognition i Ibe art wotlcl. member- of the lir.islalivi! Invc-.itlgnl- lwo wlw iiarl ilasbetl their tituilo. The wliol.-.i world may coinmitloe by tlm Hupnbll- wrisis lay clown tri die while their can senator. j blood ran into a tub of ivat'.-r, we "I desire to say in all I'oller wrc will answer wt sereny not OIIiy to Ilciinicaii tbe utmost tbls criminal Inlor- comnilllce. but to feronPn of Homo In our Infrual fir- ainti., tn I" fairs." accept tlio designation by tbe Dem-   bnv price lovolH ol fill-in prciiliuitii. A rnntiirwica lirtro al tho nt I'rosldw.t Hoover ri.'s'iUod In tbo plun wbiwe, nimnsors oxpnel It to bring assurance to air' iiltuMHts that Iliuy will nltl lu llgli't 'or i-oliaMlltnllon. Onn fftnuile b'-rri.-n; (ESDI .GE; SIX ARE 1IEVEO DEM Sections of Northern Mexico and Southern Texas Are Flooded. Brownsville, To.v., Oct. Tho .flood-gorged Uio CJrando river spread its muddy waters' over 30C- llona of norlbcrn Mexico and fiouib- ern Texas unlay wllli a death toll mllniatctl al Damage, principal- ly to HldalRo stato, was expectod to amount to hundreds ot thousands of dollars, Off tho Algerian coast aro 5000 of shallows, rich In fish, thai'hove hnnlly heoii tmichecl so Jar,   

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