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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - October 3, 1932, Dunkirk, New York                               TODAY'S ISSUE 14 PAGES DUNKIRK EVENING OFSERVER _____ ......_ __.....__ o ATI IDMi V'Q PDPRR RUN >144't Wi.jUui1'1, Cloudy. lowed by ralii late tuuUht o' ESTABLISHED'1882___FULL' LEASED WIRE SERVICE OF THE UNITED PRES SATURDAY'S PRESS RUN '144.4 von. CXXXVIII-NO. 36 DUNKIRK, N. OC.TOBKU H, ISIU2 DONOVAN SURE OF G. 0. P. NOMINATION; LEHMAN LEADSTHIDEMOCRATS Smith Qives His Personal Support To Lieut. Qovernor Tammany Hall Leader Curry and Brook- lyn's Boss John H. McCovey Have Not Yet Stated Where Their Votes WillGo. i Albany, N. Y., Oct. 4 Order of business for the first i i day of tho Democratic stale con- i ventlon: t i Opened nt noon by James A. t Farley, chairman of the national t i and stato committees. t Prayer by tlie Hey, Edward 1 i Qnimi, 0. S. A. I Singing of the Star Spangled I i Banner by Mary Nnlly. i f Delegates welcomed to Albany t by Mayor John Boyd Thacber. I Election of a temporary chair- i tnan. I f Keynote spocch by TJ. S. Sena- f i tor Wagner. l I Report of coiiimilleeu. I Night: i i Prayer by tho Rev. Sheparil I I Banm. 1 Address hy Cloy. Franklin D. i J Roosovelt, Democratic presiden- t tlal candidate. Other prollmlnary business. t By PAUL H- KINO (United Press Staff Correspondent) Albany, N. Y., Oct. many Hall pledged "increased action for "tlie Democratic ticket of Roose- volt and Garner'1 at tlio Democratic state convention today. The plodge, delivered by John F. Curry, Tammany Hall loader, aroused a riototln domon- ulratiou. Convention Hall, Albany, N. Oct drive lo nomin- ate Lieut. Oov. Herbert H. Lehman i'or governor of. Now" York appeared to bo gatliiTing strensth today when tho Democratic state convention un11. uL nuoa. Whihi mninnrters of Mayor John Royd Thaclior of Albany for the iiom- (Contlnned on Pago Eleven) Blames the Administration for Present Depression in Open- ing Address to. Albany Con- vention. Convention Hull, State Armory, Al- bany, N. Y., Oct. Am- erican people will never again accept aa gold, the brass that was sold to them In 1828, 1J. S. Senator Robert F. Wagner declared today In a noto speech before tho Democratic stato convention in which he blamed President Hoover for current econo- mic Ills and denounced tho Republl can vesilbmission prohibition "plunk. Tlio senator, seeking ronominatlon by tlio conven'tfon, drafted his speech along tho lino of attacks laid down liy Governor Franklin Roosovelt Democratic presidential nominee, 01. his mile campaign tour to tho wc-at coast. Prohibition The Republican leadership. Wag- uer asserted, "cannot he trusted with prohibition." "I challenge tlio Republican leader- ship to draft the resolution wbicli would meet tho specifications ot their )wn platform" (on prohibition) Wag- ler declared. "It cannot be done, rho English language has not yet In- vented a formula so adroit that it can tho lliiuor problem to tlio slates anil keep it in the federal gov- ernment at one and tho same time." President Hoover, Wagner added, 'apparently admits ho does not yet know how to do tt. 'In his acc.ept- inco speecli he declared that 'Ameri- can statesmanship is capable of work- out such a solution.' I recall that (Continued on Pago Eight) Juror No. 7 Had Reported to De- fense Counsel Thai Juror No. 13 Was Talking Too Much, ALTERNATE JUROR VIGOROUSLY DEMIES THIS Book Value of More Than a Million Goes to Creditors of United Grape Products Inc. Judge Finds Conduct of Juror Number Seven Improper and That He Had Violated In- structions. Sam Caplan, Detroit Creditor, Would Enjoin Creditors in Order to Conserve Assets. Chicago, Ort. equity receivership for the New York, Chi- cago and St. railroad (N'lckcl Plato) was asked today "in frahral court on behalf ot Sam Caplan, De- troil, who own3 -53.000 in notes of the line 'which we.ro defaulted Oct. 1. Cnulan'u petition asked the emirt, to siijoiii credltom and stockholders from levying on the railroad, to con- :ir.rvi! a-snets and for tho court to do termino priority of claims. LEAGUE ASKS U. S. AID TO END WARFARE OF PARAGUAY AND BOLIVIA (lonovn. Oct. oiKan- committee of the League of Na- tions council decided today to call the proposed world economic conference in London. December Is tho prob- able date. HOOVER HEADS LIST OF SPEAKERS THIS WEEK Now York, Oct. Hoover will head a list ot outstand- ins RoiiHblicau campaign speakers thin week, according to an announce- ment made at tho party's eastern headquarters hero today. The president will address a gather- ing at Des Molnes tomorrow night. Oilier speaker.-! will bo Secretary of Labor Doak o! WytlioavHle, Va., Wad nesday, and Chicago Saturday; Sec rotary of Treasury Mills, Align tomorrow, ami San Francisco, Thursday; Vlcci President Curtis to day at Kansas City, Tuesday at Marys Itlo, Mo., Wednesday at Lincoln, Nob. Thursday at Omaha anil Saturday at Illsmark, N. D.; and Senator Fredoilc S. Walcott. Conn., at Anbury Pwk, N 1. Thursday, Tho a! not Properly of tlio United Grape Pro- Inc., Ilnffalo, Including- six grapo jutco plants in Now York and Michigan with all their machinery, equipment, and personal property au well as olimr assets having a depre- ciated book value of more than a mil- lion dollars was sold hy the receiv- ers tor Um company In Frodonla this morning for to n -committee of tlio company's ereilllorn." When tho salo has beon confirmed hy tho United States district'courts in Michigan and New York as It is expected it will bo this-week, tlio pro- perty will bo .sold piecemeal to var- ious prospects by tlio creditors as they may decide. Two prospects made bids thin morning. 7110 Welch Grape Juice company bid for tho for- mer Dnbello plant nt Sliver Creek and Henry C. Card bid for tho samo property, hut withdraw bid when informed that it did not include carboys, jugs, elc. Mr. Card also bid tor tho plant at Frcdonia bo formerly owned. tentatively struck down to him a-'l tlio Dnbello plant at Silver Creek to Iho Wolc.li company. Tho creditor's eominilloo represented by Perry Wurst, M. and T. Trust lildg., liuffalo, askeil thai tbn property bo offered In lour'par- cels composed of the real property, machinery, equipment In New York stato, iHjvsima! properly In the same state, and the samo two groups in_ Michigan. Bid on Groups On these groups the creditors com- mittoo made tho following bids: Real property. machinery etc In New York ..........f-12.000 Personal property In New York Real property, machinery, otc. In Michigan Personal property In Michigan M.OOO trado marks, elc shams in Hulled Grape Cor- ducts Sales corporation 100 By SANDOO S. KLEIN (United Preos slaft Corrospondon1.) New York, Ocl. trial of U. S. Senator J. Davis of Pennsylvania, accused of violating the tttilsrni lottery laws, ended today in n mistrial, Tho mistrial was declared nftor chief ot dofcnno counsel CliarloH J. Margiolll had given Federal Judge- Frank J. Coleman Information con- cerning ono Juror and an alternate Juror. The juror, Henry .T. Mooro, a tomai brother of Marglotll, told tliu dofonso counsel that Iho alternate, Abo H. Wolutranb, had mado remarks lo tlio jury in recess which judicial to tbo defense. Vigorous Dcnlel Substantiated by Other Jurors Wclnlraub vigorously donli-u "hi, ami other Jury do liied hearing auch remarks. Jildgo Coleman said tho propondcr anco of. testimony exonerated We-in- tralih. "Au to Juror Seven, Mr. Mooro, I find hjs conduct tho judgo said'. "I find the motive not evil or Davison Withdraws Leaving Field Clear To Fighting Colonel1 Convention Called to Order in Buffalo Shortly After 11 oclock by Sarah Schuy- ler Butier, Vice Chairman of State Cornmittcc. Survey of Several Denominations May Be Forerunner of En- tirely New Policy. Now York, Oct. report urging "fur ruuclilnc In woili misuinnnries In oriental announced today by Also Issues Orders lo Officials to Turn in 128 City-owned Automobiles. N'ew York, Dot. Joseph V. McKeo took another step today in his campaign lo nave the- city from to Inasmuch this amount was greater than the lota! of oilier bids tho onliro property was sold to tho credifors. A few oilier small bids were mado liy Individuals for poi- tious of Iho properly. Mr. Card bid for Ihe personal property at In tlio budget hy or all clly commissioners and ilcpartmo.nUil liuails ovor wlioin lio linn power of appointment lo turn ovor all limou- sines now in service. Tho order, Involving 123 aiiln- ioliilus, is eitectivo Nov. I. and will. of forolgj countrlo.1.......... ._ tin) appraisal commliMlon of tliu lay- uiuii'n foreign missionary Inquiry. will ho mado public- till: winter. Tho commission, which studied Hi whole Held of Protestant Chrial'a: missionary effort in India, China and merconary. ho opening of he r wee hearing In which tlio political fu- ot "Puddlor Bavin, domin- IE SPEECH Lauds Hoover's Courageous and Decisive Answer lo Imme- diate Bonus Payment At G. 0. P. Convention. IlulTiilo, N. Y., Oct. stales immt bo allowed to deal with the prohibition question an tliolr own cillv.ens dolermlmi, KniiruiiRiitittlvc Hamilton of Now York said In tho koynolo siioech jM'Oparod for (ie- llvery lieforo liio Roplihlican stale I'Tcnnmu and Ilia (icrvaiso CannliiKJ asked his name. Then hr. ash company bid for personal proper-1 for Margloltl's In _ .1 -..ii.r. iit it> f'. -1 i I I f'.iVtt li iriK 'it a Violation of my iiistruclionr! to Iho jurors. It wan a violation of a principle that any ten- year-old hoy nunlil midi'vsland." Court them adjourned, thii judgo wllllholdlug a decision on action against .Mooro until A. M. to- lorroiv to "give you llmo to consult with counsel." Mooro was placed in bin own ouv tody until tomorrow. The trial was halted dramatically at tho opening of the third week _ot tho h tnro figure In Iho l-oyal Order ot Moose and candidate for reelection lo tho stvnate, was tit stake. Davis was given a separnlo hearing on tho, lottery charge.) to speed up Ills cano I ill permit a decision before tliu elec- tion. Throughout the trial tlie, govern- ment had attempted to show that Ua- vls knew ot tlio Moose charity ball drawings and had contended tlioso diawlngs wdro lotteries. Tho defense had attempted to show that Ha vis, entering politics several a had beon out of touch with tbo affairs of tho organization and severed cer- tain Important coiinecllons so that lie Ignorant of the aliegoil iotterioa. Juror No. 7 Was Fraternal Bro'her of Defense Counsel Tbo dofunse counsel brooghi nbou'. tho-mistrial in a sensational sosfilon when MarBlotll took the "laud and how a had called him up Friday night. This man. ho said later, wan Moore. Another wltncns, Pun.xsatawiioy, ti's hrothor-ln-la'.v, said lio had mol Miioro by or, tho iiuhw.iy. Mooro. lie said, noticed a Knights nt Columbus pin In Galll's lap'd. IK- gave Caltl tho fralfiriial and .1 him York, for iilno luoallin, reprcaoutb Hovcn lienomlnnllona, churches and a total mombcjrahip of :ilili persons coiilributod an avor'.go of Si.Jl fai'li to t'orolKii lulsslons In Tho roJ'Oi'i iviM anywer Ilio follow- llavo ill their worliv la Ilium a do Iho far ra.'ilV Should these go on? tciroifn niljiidona fliilslr.'d i'lliio In tholr valuo lo nlls.'iioiia any loUBOl" What iihould he tlio ntlltuiln of Pro- loalaut chrisllanily toward tlio non- Chrlrtlian religions of tlio cast? Thu ehnrcho.! roproseutod aro" tlie Presbyterian, tbo Dutch Ki'.fonmiil, Proshylerlan, iMethndl.it. KJHH- coital, Congrogallonai, i'roloslaiil Kplseupal am] Northern Tint studied the commission In- cludc-J: Japan, with a population of approximately juu.iViu VrDtostlnt ChriHllaiis; .tuimi i'rotoslani. missionaries and Cbrinlian worlieru. India, j.'opulatloii moro than n" eslimalod L'.OOO.OOO Prolea- laitts; a force of mon: than IJ.OOO ftir- marios; jiomfl. itidlan workers and Protestant mbmi'in- aric.s ot whom are China, population about wllli about I'rntentanhi; so niliinioiinrlrni, witli lioad-'iuarlors convention hum todivy, l''lsli, ivhoiio Hpoocb wiiu inlorprct- ud hero as au uuolllclal meflsiigo to Now York Republicans from Presi- dent lioovor, told (bo roiireuentatlvcs of Hie parly licthn nlalo Mint tho lie- publican parly wan pledged lo prwis to a dochilon tins right of Ilio slates to dotermlno their own positions on tho wol-dry "The bo said, "hi rppo.'ied lo Iho return of MIC naloon, that ancient collier of vlcu ami pollll- cal corrliiiflon. favor, however, lo in tho sev- eral .'dale.'! a change fu Iho conslllu- im hy which we rosloro coufrol of Iho litjiior problem to Iho various I'lalCH, willi a single safeguard against returrn of Hie old saloon. "Tho people should havo a clear-cut opportutlily to PUSH jinigmoiit on gi-cal. ,-oulrovoi'Hiai Isnuo that afl'ecls I heir lives, their properly, their lioall.b, Iheir hahlls, llmlr welfare, ami th'dr [lersoual OBUO Out of Pollllca "This issuo must bo taken out of politlf-s and the ucccptaiic. ty at lilpley, ami and equipment lit Angola. Another hldder offered fur proper- ly, machinery and ciliiipmont In the Maltowan plant in thought ho was hi ut at Froilouia. which Caltl gavn him. Mooro tlinu called on who in a momlmr oi tiitt It llnn'alo, N. Y., Oct. f, I The program for Iho Republican >l f stale convention today followa: T ike.i bf in court'.) order for tho sale pro- vided that the successful bid must be more than which is said to bo tho amount ot a judgment against the company. Present at the sale wore roprcsoii- tntlvcu of iivactlcally all tho grano jnlco manufacturing organizations In tlio belt. The salo was hold at tho office of the Card plant In West Main street and was conducted by George Nowhury of liuffalo, ouy of tlie re- ceivers. The six plants Involved In tho sale are: Tlio former Huugerford-Smlih [ant in I.awton, Mich., tbo former Ar- plant In Mattewan, Mich. The former Pickering plant in Angina, the former Dubello plant In Silver Creek, the former Card plant In Frodonla and tlio former Itandali plant In Rip- ley. Tho wan tho only bidder on any of thn proper- ty In. Michigan. A. now telephone cabh> laid between Oormsny and Swedo-n la tho ItirgKit ol lU klnil ever manufactured. Por- niltlliilf 11 noiiverflatlons at onco. ills c mean Davis would K" 3tit.ne.nls without a d Ir.ttory charges. If tho adjournment Is not Krai ilm case, probably ivill bo on tho for next Monday. i President Loft This Afternoon I for the Iowa Corn Bell i Whore He Is to Speak at Oes Moines. Market Sells "d. WasbliiKlon, Oct. ;IIL Hoover ioaw'ti tho House- today to carry his caso to tho votftrs. He arranged to Inavn by special train soon iunoheoii for Molucs. Thero In tin: lioart ot the dinalfoctoil corn holt, whore more ibau a ducado of low prices, heavy mortgfigos, rifling taxes, ami econom- ic depression have mou and ''lo- men critical of Ibeir imbllc olll- clals, President Hoov.'ii will attempt Cool- dlillcnlt pieco of political campalgn- Idgo was called upon today by Roinib- Ho makes blB main addrwis tomor- Chicago ,0cl. dgo was called upo lican loaders to stump tho Middle West In behalf of tho candidacy of Prftslilfttil Ilonvnr. A council of Republican c.hlofB, meeting hero to conrdlnnln nunato row nlKht. Nnniormiii oilier appcar- aucen uro planned, during tho day In jowa. Delalls worn uncurtain. Tills trip marks tbo opening of tho high pressure counter attack which campaigns of party members, decided tbo aid of tho former president was j Republicans liavs planned an an most important to liold tho Midwest' to tbo woslern trip which Cnv statoa In line at tho November clfic-1 ernor Roosovolt ban Just completed, tlon, Thn group, headed by Senator Dickinson of Iowa telegraphed to Cool-1 sea Invo! of IdKo urging him to rnako average altitude above tour of thii niiilral speaklnst itlio blghost I States, with feot, Colorado In thx Inu ft close York, Oct. stock market, ilomluated by ualii, sold off to muip! than 2' polnis In dull Iradiun today and recovored part of tho by- fore the closij. Tho lato rally came wHIiout In crenafii! of and liifiiilllclDiit lo bring In outside l'ar''" dilation. Ono bouse malPid that SO per ceui of all th" luesa done on the floor. ROOSEVELT TO LEAVE SUNDAY OR MONDAY FOR TOUR OF SOUTH Albany, M Y., Oct. Gov- ernor Franklin KooHCvelt plans to start bis southern tour next Sunday or Monday, according tf> present plans. lie will travo] to finorsla, thonce swlnfilug westward lo St. IjOiils. Ktoini will bo made in Tomii'ssoe, Konlucky, and soulliorn Illinois. I-at- or )m will visit Mow F.ugland am! conclude his campalsn in Xew York. Bonm commit nilclde yearly in tho United 3tateo. Walter Turk Is Charged With H Bucket Shop Swin- dle in 1929. Chicago, Oct. -Arrest ot Walter Turk, W, alias ISen Sauhorii, on warrants from liiiigliam- ton, N. V., charging oC In au alleged buckot sliop swindle, was disi.-Io.sfd by police to- day, Turk's fondness for baseball led him Into police custody, lie was arrested leaving field aftec tho New York Yaiikc-os-Chicauo CubH; Saturday. Municipal Judge Harold P. O'Con- nor fixed his bond at {iiJIOO on each of four w-arranls loday and ordered a hearing tomorrow, tt was expected tbo decision would he delayed until November, a similar chnrgo against Turk's brother, William, alias William is to be heard bufur-j criminal James "I'lio charge ag.iimt tbo hrolher swom in ira on Ihe basis of Ihuir operation of .-in allrerd Imckii shop- In liincbamliMi. William Turk wa.f ancsled lu June, but his brother eliid-'d i-apliiri. until Saturday. Waller Turk waa arriaitcd while v.alMng through the gates of the ball park. It uiidi.-rslood lie bad biM'ii traced through tlio fact that nanm or alias appeared on an i-ruion i'or res'M'ved seats. HEARST A PATIENT AT CRILt HOSPITAL IN CLEVELAND Oct. Wllliani Kandolph Hearst, newspaper piiollsli- er, wan operated on at Cleveland clin- ic hospital today by Or. C.-orge W. Crlio, world famous surgeon. A statement Issued by ,T. Wllll- comlio, socrelary to Hoargt said: "Mr. Hearst Is at tlio Cleveland clin- ic hospital for a minor operation, which was performed successfully this morning without general anaeslliollo. the need of ,v Mr. Hearst ex- pects to'bo on bin way to New York In a days." Dr. Ci'llo ,1.nuiied to discuss tlia case saying Hint medical ethics wotihl not permit It. Thoro arTiu Mast tlvo Hhrarios In the world which contain ovor a mil- lion vnlnmon.   

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