EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT RALEIGH
On Monday evening, December 5, 1932, the public officers of North Carolina will call on the people of the State to join with them in the study of the structure and workings of their government.
On this date joint meetings of officers and citizens will be held under the auspices of county units of the Institute of Government in each of the 100 counties of the State. These meetings will open with a state-wide radio broadcast outlining the program of the Institute in detail, and will culminate in the public installation of local officials.
It is my considered judgment that this movement, representing the common aspirations of the rank and file of the people for improving and strengthening the processes of popular government, is of great significance in the life of our State.
Now, therefore, I, O. Max Gardner, governor of North Carolina, do call upon the people of the State to attend these meetings and participate in launching this program. Here is a movement constructive in purpose and non-partisan in character, in which all our people can unite.
Done at our capital City of Raleigh, this
O. MAX Gardner, Governor.
By the Governor: