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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - October 7, 1934, Kingsport, Tennessee KINGSPORT THE CITY OF INDUSTRY FULL LEASED WIRE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL 241 MEMBER A B C KINGSPORT TENNESSEE SUNDAY OCTOBER 7 1934 TWENTY PRICE FIVE Death List War Threatens in MLS BATTLE WOUNDED STATE SECEDES Fierce Battle Breaks Out in Madrid Near Home of Premier Order Martial Law Slaying of Expectant IS FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER ARMY CONTROLS By KSX SMITH Associated Press Foreign Staff Copyright 1034 by the cQ Press MADRID Oct in the northeast bloody revolt in the far north and utter confusion in this seat of government faced the young Spanish republic today f Blood flowed in dozens of towns the total of the dead being be- tween 200 and 300 The most menacing ment of a riotous hours was Catalonia's formal declaration of Independence and the sharp ing which followed in the streets j of Barcelona Luis president of that state appeared on a ny of the Barcelona town hall and Solemnly Catalonia is breaking off tions with the rest of Spain I demand complete discipline from j every one Long live erty Thinks It Over demanded of General Domingo Batet commander of the Spanish garrison at na that he swear allegiance to the new regime Batet asked for hour to think over the ter HAUPTMANN IS IDENTIFIED BY Sentence i Whitehead Testifies peal Will Be r i U c J He Saw Hauptmann by UNABLE ASSAULT Appears Nervous Emerge From Under- brush Near Estate DETROIT'S LEADING BATTERS STICK BY SON By LEO W SHERIDAN Associated Press Staff Writer Pa Oct 6 of murdering his sweetheart after he had fallen in girl Robert Allen Edwards youthful mine surveyor tonight prepared to appeal from a verdict that probably will doom him to the electric chair CASE IS READY By FRANCIS A JAMIESON Associated Press Staff Writer NEW YORK Oct Richard Hauptmann was identified today by a former neighbor of Col Charles A Lindbergh as a man Jie had seen emerging from underbrush on the Lindbergh a few infant and recommended death penalty Robert Edwards But in less than an hour thc i authority at Madrid struck I From Madrid General Batet re- Convention In California orders to declare a state of siege As his soldiers started posting placards announcing thc at Madrid they were fired by armed civilians A hot fight ensued in which the F OF L MEETING VOLUME OF MONEY TO ADDRESS CIRCULATING 1 Francis J Gorman Will Talk government troops swept aside the unorganized opposition To Delegates Attending IMPORTANT ISSUES SAN FRANCISCO 6 Important issues confronting the American Federation of Labor prisoners For Aid From the government palace and Minister of rior Dencas made radio pleas for aid Then from Dencas came an announcement that volunteers Right up to thc government were submitted to discussion of thc troops of General committees today while the pressed and for a time to the a they surrounded the imposing j week structures in which seeing other officials momentarily 30 churches will be addressed by delegates of the A I F of L with William Green president of the federation ing before three congregations Reassembling Monday the gates will hear an address by Francis J Gorman ident the United Textile guarding thp government Crs Gorman was a leader in the recent textile along the At- Committees Meet Two important committees meeting today were the tions adjustment committees A resolution condemning S had repulsed the troops But thc appeal of the besieged prisoners had gone out through all of Barcelona and it was re- ported that thc forces favoring independence were pre- to advance on the city Madrid thoroughly alarmed by an tions irt Catalonia issued orders for Spanish troops in Morocco Thc soldiers in Africa were or to embark at once at- Ccuta and to proceed to Barcelona Change Sides Such re-enforcement of the federal reserve bank notes New The difference or resented the probable total of new silver certificates to reach the I director and public of head of a large tobacco company these certificates have left the tho ropAl nf alleged treasury Of the latter figure the 1 Ul j TOQ Tjl A Increase jn Money In Circulation Cited By Federal Reserve SILVER POLICY Edwards rubbed his face as the words were read At the home he may never see again his mother swooned on ing of the verdict Approves Verdict i Judge William A Valentine ex- pressing approval of the outcome said he would pronounce sentence 1 later 1 Edwards trembled as led 1 him from the court room out into the drizzling rain To the last Edwards had buoyed himself up with This is the ride I have been j waiting he had said when they took him to the court house anything but the penalty had retired with the night filed A slip of paper to the court Hillard Kemp who read from itv To Appeal Defense who had Continued on pagu six THE PARK CEREMONIES bv Willard y the of IN first which has been dis- linking Hauptmann to the of abduction picked the German carpenter held on a charge of ex- the Lindbergh som a lineup of 10 men at the Bronx county Lurks In Bushes Then he told J J Lamb of the state police lie was certain Hauptmann was the man he had observed lurking in the bushes on two occasions Whitehead was permitted to re- Vicious Attack Knocks Five Card Pitchers Out of Greenberg Star turn after Captain Lamb By RICHARD TURNER Associated Press Staff Writer WASHINGTON Oct 5 IP An increase of in money in circulation was revealed tonight by treasury and federal reserve figures for the two j Federal Improvements Are Turned TQ gtate jn Special Program would not be necessary to hold him as a material witness to him a Hauptmann's home on which pertaining to the case had been written Whitehead who formerly lived on a small farm near the bergh estate first told his story seeing a mysterious stranger to state police on the night of the kidnaping March 1 1932 When Hauptmann was arrested the farmer was sought MRS VANDERBILT'S bilt Will Ask That Press Be Admitted To DIZZY BEAN IS NOT SERIOUSLY INJURED AUKER PITCHES By ALAN GOULD Associated Press Sports Editor ST LOUIS Oct St Louis Cardinals fell off their high perch before the home folks day with a reverberating crash Ding to pieces defense as the Detroit flayed five op- posing pitchers and roared back into the thick of the world tight with a 10 to 4 victory The triumph came behind the under- hand delivery Of another shooting star from the freshman ranks Elden Leroy Auker of catur Kansas Vicious Attack The American League ons launching their most vicious attack thus far with a revamped batting order knocked Tex ton out of the box in less than three innings continued their sault against 41 year old Dazzy Vance and capped climax of their explosive come-back with a rally that paw Walker off the mound in the The Tiger onslaught was not by the veteran Goose Goslin who was elevated to the cleanup position but by two players who Hit On Head By Ball Hopes under fire be- See Action Today On cause of their previous WILL REPUDIATE X-RAYS ARE MADE months since thc administration announced its new silver policy i The figure interest be- cause of a continuing argument over the amount of inflation in- j in the administration's and purchases of sil- ver Included in the money LAFOON ATTENDS NEW YORK Oct G de- mand that Mrs Gioria Morgan Vanderbilt's reputation ately He was visiting in j jn public since it was sylvania and was located only two attacked will be made days ago Lindy to Testify Simultaneously it was day when the battle over the custody of her child is re- was ed that Colonel Lindbergh will be Nathan for Mrs one of 23 witnesses before the county grand jury at Flemington N J on- Monday when Hauptmann's indictment on and murder barges Continued on page six CUMBERLAND FALLS STATE Oct 6 JP More the vaults of commercial the federal park com- jump of in out- j mission and stats park standing federal reserve notes and mission today attended ceremonies floral bank notes witnessed over ward recovery was before the resolutions committee The resolution submitted by 1 M the In- Cigar Makers Union resolved that the tin ut tin e T thn rison at Barcelona was regarded to call the imperative because to the cd some of the troops now unfair and soned m particularly of s Clay Williams as an those in Lenda official Of the NRA and to with movement the independence gost to President Roosevelt that he have an impartial investigation Loyal troops converging on i of tnc attitude of Williams Rre preparing for a fight j as an officer of the NRA before of the most bitter character In i funy entrusting to him the power his appeal for aid -had which ordinarily the president asked his supporters to arm imposes in his appointees selves with weapons i knives or bombs j Continued on page six unaccounted for pre- -Had gone no farther than the federal reserve banks The reserve system is the ury's agency for the new currency It receives the bills and passes them along to cial banks and the public as ness conditions permit How the reserve notes got ahead of the silver certificates in last two months none would say definitely Two Theories theories were one quick demand for rency had arisen for which the flow of silver certificates was in- on page six to the state federal improvements at Cumberland Falls Park Harry Curtis of Indianapolis district officer of the department of interior presented the ments to the state on the federal park commission de- claring that Cumberland Falls Continued on page six PRIMING SAID ILLEGAL BY JUDGE Decision Handed Down By Judge Harry B Anderson May Effect Other Codes ILLEGAL CODE PROPOSAL TO BUY K Jll 1 Attorney Declares TVA Will Vanderbilt said protest to supreme court Justice John F his decision to bar public and press for further ings in the Burkan will argue he said that it is unfair to his client to hold future hearings behind closed doors when the charge that she is unfit to raise her child has received wide publicity The charge was made by Mrs Harry Payne Whitney the child's aunt who now has her in charge and was supported by former servants of Mrs Vanderbilt's Clears Courtroom ST LOUIS Oct 6 Dean ace of the Cardinals ing- staff suffered no permanent injury when was hit on the head by a thrown ball during today's game of the World Series Dr Robert F ex- him said tonight Dr Hyland said however he was not ready to say whether would be allowed pitch tomorrow Following the injury Dean was treated at the ball park gency then taken to a hospital for x-rays S jl t addle Mistakes On 1 cleared the State It's Guinea Pig last a French TEMPORARY PLAN haid testified to an incident involving the Marchioness of whose husband is a cousin of King George Since then I the trial has been postponed amid NASHVILLE Tenn Oct 6 i rumors that attempts were Resisting a proposal for the bei made to a settlement Valley Authority to out of court chase a electric M e a n w hiie at Southampton m w A NIGHT CLUB DANCER SAYS SHE MEMPHIS Tenn Oct 6 In a decision which may effect I WEATHER I properties at Forney Johnston Birmingham attorney charged today that approval of the deal would permit the TVA to dle its mistakes on the state as a its guinea pig experiment on the people of Tennessee Johnson before the State Railroad and Public Utilities Commission on behalf of objectors j to the plan which thp commission i has been to approve for the government agency to acquire ings Tennessee Public ice Company at and near for Limited Period James L Fly and William C son late today handed down a de- j declared the Authority planned to in federal district court j thc properties only for a- MONTREAL Oct tried to argue with me in a drunken condition He i holding price fixing features of limited period probably ex- Monday not much in club dancer Dolores Morel held to choko in the slaying of William The then quo Fair Sunday colder I Sunday night Monday fair quoted her the national lumber code illegal Judge Anderson held that price fixing is the antithesis of competition fair or otherwise and there is nothing in the u w The statement ner tiona recovery act to show that British assistant as saying Owen had forced of con in self-defense High temperature Friday Same date one year ago Low temperature Friday Same date one year ago Rain Friday in inches rain one year ago High temperature yesterday Same date one year ago Low temperature yesterday Same date one year ago yesterday in inches jcd as saying Two men who were ted tonight to police back over a kitchen table and that she plunged a knife into had come in contact with a i knife with which she had struck Owen bled to death early in an to loosen his hands day in Dolores apartment while j from her throat 49 a physician the woman had I Frightened by the blood said 30 ed tried to save life She had fled from the place and was in- 72 i when she Tan Owen's auto- into a tree 59 We were alone in the 33 at the she was No rain one year ago i with us had previously left taken at p m I William Owen a hard man to the statement the woman had run and brought a doctor who found Owen bleeding profusely from a I wound near his right armpit The doctor closed the wound but Owen died a few later The woman's statement said she had run out again into Owen's car and started for her two at the end of which time the will be sold to local public agencies the they said the Authority is in a position to render the highest type of service all classes of tomers and for that purpose poses to extend rehabilitate and im- prove the TPS holdings and part each day for preceding 21 hours deal with when partly drunk i aunt's home gress The very term fair com- Judge Anderson said in his opinion negatives any such construction There is no mention in the national recovery act itself of price fixing or price he said adding however the act did authorize the industries to compile codes of fair competition From time to time as witness this the Lever act legislative bodies the authority of the commission to have fixed prices with come in here and try to deny us doubtful Judge the right to said Charles England the Lady ness twin sister of Mrs bilt sailed for New York on the Empress of Britain to stop all this nonsense and all these lies if I can I want to help my sister all I said Lady wEo like Mrs Vanderbilt is an inter- national beauty If is natural that I should want to be with her in the circumstances page Rogell the limping shortstop and Big Hank berg first baseman Rogell ged home four runs as he came through twice with while the bags were loaded as if inspired to I show Manager Mickey Cochrane he maue a take by dropping the gangling Now York boy from fourth to sixth position in the batting collected four including a pair of doubles to equal a world series record and drove home three runs Auker Pitches Like the hero Detroit's pre- vious victory Auker survived an early Cardinal barrage gathered confidence the game went along and finished brilliantly as he expressed his sorrow j another successful world ter the game for having the series debut for the pitching corps Cardinal ace of both sides He yielded a of ten hits but his control was magnificent after the third and his support cut down whatever small chance the tional Leaguers had to offset their First Time the that ever happened to he said And I am sure sorry because we're only playing a ball game and I hate to see anybody hurt I took own on the defense the throw from and j five Cardinal errors including started the throw to first in the by the usually reliable usual way I never noticed j per Martin at third base con- being in the way If he had just touted heavily to the Tiger slid he would have been all right ing the jittery J of Detroit in thc first game The ball bounced high in air after hitting Dean -on the right side of the head above the ple He fell to the ground but was not unconscious as other players carried him from the field Feel fine Dizzy re- plied to questioners went into the hospital office After a half hour of- x-rays he came of the room smiling replying to questions as to his pitching morrow with I sure hope so Manager Frisch tonight made the following explanation of his use of Dizzy as a pinch runner I used Dizzy I needed him and he is an excellent base I runner It is not the first time Continued on page six WIDOW ATTACKED BY TWO NEGROES POSSE FORMS PINEVILLE Ky 6 Mrs Maggie Dunn a widow was beaten into and attacked by negroes near here today ses of several hundred bloodhounds tonight were ing Knox and Harlan for the and made a goat of the famous wild horse of the Osage where he had been an outstanding former only the day before Disaster There was disaster enough in the day's wild melee the home club as the Tigers fought back to even at two made it certain that the fight will be carried back to De- troit on Monday for a sixth at least but the Cardinals came close to a shattering blow when their ace right-hander none er than Jerome Herman Dizzy Dean was hit on the head by a thrown ball in the fourth ed cold for a few moments and carried from the field to have X-ray made later at a hospital Dean was in the game as a replacing Virgil vis on first base after the latter had delivered a pinch to drive home Ernie and send and called for help When found Durocher to third On OI i was brought to here after her an declared the Authority was taking j on 10 had called neighbors had without submitting to the with Aaron to the edge of general jurisdiction of the a wood near her home at J mile to pick wild grapes Little Ungracious little ungracious Mrs Dunn wa from bruises and lacerations on her head and face and was badly bruised Sheriff James ed a posse and sent to Harlan fpr bloodhounds effort to trail the negroes which were said to have corresponded in tion to two who applied for work at a nearby coal mine tin's sharp grounder to Charley Gehringer with a double in sight Rogell took thc toss for a force-out on Dean at second but then caught Cardinal pitcher on the left temple with the throw that was intended for to catch Martin at first Knocked Out Dizzy was only a couple strides from the bag as the ball two Aaron said as news of the at- County Attorney Walter B Smith irom gave instructions trains i hit force that i freight and passenger passing bounced 25 feet in the air He through be stopped and staggered another step lenth unc said Continued on page six his mother cried there's two tack spread several hundred men lot's and they both the three counties armed i themselves and The woman was overtaken and knocked down a rock and the boy fled to a neighbor's home sprawled full length u beyond base scored tying run for the Cardinals I i jj wooded knobs and irregular arid umpires side valleys along the and I Given first aid on the spot Continued on county lines
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