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   Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - September 2, 1932, Winslow, Arizona                                Late News Bulletins the Associated Sept. 1-Mrs. Miriam Ferguson was leading Governor Sterling 2398 votes for the gubernatorial nomination according to election The governor declared that he a majority of all legal votes cist and that thousands of unlawful votes had been cast Mrs. Ferguson and Jim one of the state's first woman governor's and the other an impeached governor in 1917 declined to NEW Sept. 1 - Copper continued its gradual climb advancing 1-8 of a point and reaching 5 7-8 fully a half point higher than its previous Foreign trading remained steady while domestic trading was Sept. 1- Believing that the depression is over the paint manufacturers declared today they were planning on a million dollar advertising President Martin said they plan to place the advertising in 2641 NEW Sept. - Wall Street followers who have been crying hard times for some time are ready to believe there is a Santa Trading in Bonds reached 340 million dollars par. Serving Northern Arizona the largest city in Northern is the division point for the A. T. S. F. is the only point of contact in Arizona on the New York - Los Angeles airmail line; is on U. S. Highway 66, WINSLOW MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year Six Months Single Copy 50 VOLUME 41 NAVAJO SEPTEMBER 2,1932 WINSLOW TAX RATE WILL BE ON TOTAL TAXES WILL BE LOWER Sept. tropical storm is reported as moving inland over the Alabama Gulf section with abating The storm peak centered over Florida last night Velocity of 70 miles was 1 Sept. 1-Italy's Olympic stars returned triumphantly last night with huge crowds cheering as they disembarked from the steamer Premier Mussolini will receive the athletes in Rome tomorrow where a huge parade will be NEW Sept. 1-Andrew United States Ambassador to James Court is on his way back to Before leaving New York the ambassador denied reports that he had held a conference with M. governor of the Bank of who is visiting in the United NEW Sept. 1-Mayor James Walker is reported as recovering from the nervous attack which he suffered this He plans to attend the funeral of his George Walker today and tomorrow he will go to Albany to resume the Sept. 1. - Comptroller of the Currency J. W. Pole submitted his resignation to President Hoover Pole said hope he will accept this resignation as I have been trying to quit this post for eight Pole declined to make his plans public until his resignation has been Although the total tax rate for taxpayers living within the for state and city and school district purposes will be higher by more than 43c per hundred valuation the total amount to be paid by each taxpayer on his tax will be approximately eight per cent less than paid in 1931, according to the tax rate set this week by the board of supervisors in The combined state and city and school district tax rate for the city of Winslow this year will be on the composed as state county school district city In 1931 the rate was as state and county school district and city making a 1-The|total of Since property valuations on city and town lots have been reduced by the county and by the state to approximately twenty-four per cent less than 1931 it is figured that the total amount of taxes paid by each taxpayer will be approximately eight per cent less than last year in spite of an increase in the combined rate and in spite of the fact that this is election year necessitating an expenditure in the budget of over Material reduction in the county budget is also responsible for the total tax it is pointed As set by the board of supervisors the rates are as General county fund county bridge bonds of 1916, refunded 1918, redemption interest county road bonds of 1917. redemption est county road bonds of redemption interest county funding bonds of 1925, redemption interest general school fund high school fund total county Winslow school school maintenance high school maintenance bonds of 1916, redemption interest high school bonds 1928, redemption interest total The Winslow city rate is Giant Aircraft Carrier Saratoga Runs Aground HONG Sept. 1- The Cholera epidemic was reported as having killed 30,000. The epidemic has been wide spread for several MEXICO Sept. 1-The 35 was in session President Rubio denied that he had stepped down and declared that his relations with Mexico's strong Senor were Senior Calles was not Thousands of troops were in the city guarding the roads which lead to the Arizona Legionaire May Be Candidate At National Meet Urge Application Be Made At Once For Absentee Ballot Navajo county voters who contemplate being away from the polls during the primary elections are urged by Caroline Adams county to make formal application for absent ballots as soon as declaring that all absentee ballots must be returned here so that they can be handed to election officials before or on the day of September 13. The application blanks will be sent to those wishing and after they have been sworn to before some officer authorized to administer oaths and returned to the the ballot will be Persons who are here now and { expect to be out of the county on September 13 may vote at the office before leaving as absentee ballots are now Master Asks Train Limit Case Hearing Sept. 1-An open hearing and inquiry into charges contained in K. Berry Peterson's motion to suppress his train limit law report has been asked by Joseph E. special master in in a statement filed in United States court Mr. Morrison branded as statements in the state attorney general's motion that he had accepted employment from the Southern Pacific lines during the performance of his duties as Reporting to United States District Judge Fred C. Jacobs and A. T. St. and San and United States Judge Curtis D. San Mr. Morrison said the Arizona law limiting freight trains to 14 cars was unconstitutional and The case was brought by the at which time Mrg D moved to Southern Pacific lines and Santa Tnis ranch ig now Fe railroad two years ago j ed by Ed Wolfe ing an order from the court against the The case went to a court of equity which in turn Mr. Morrison special feel that my personal integrity has been Mr. Morrison said in his statement filed and I request of the SUIT FILED THIS WEEK TO RECOVER LARGE AMOUNT FOR DEPOSITORS OF ARIZONA BANK Here is an unusual aerial went aground in a fog of the 880-foot aircraft ly off Sunset near San carrier which Calif. Few of its com- of 100 airplanes were aboard at the LAST RITES TO BE HELD TODAY FOR MRS. DYE Funeral will be held this afternoon at three o'clock for Mrs. Rose who died in the Hollywood hospital at Los Tuesday afternoon at four The body arrived from the coast city last Services will be held at the Episcopal church under the direction of the Rev. David A. while the final rites at the cemetery will be under the direction of Rosaline Lodge No. 21 of the Order of A resident of Winslow for more than 45 Mrs. Dye leaves a large number of warm friends and relatives to mourn her during her active life in She had become known in the and in towns as a genial and active and a pleasant Mrs. Dye was born in Willow Sept. 6, 1882 and came to Winslow June 27, 1886, at the age of four She married Thomas Dye on December 3, 1902. Mr. Dye passed away ten years ago this Mr. and Mrs. Dye lived on a ranch located 50 miles south of known as the Dye until the death of Mr. Large Democratic Percentage Shown In Registration Of the total registration in Navajo county of slightly less than 5,000 approximately 69 percent have indicated they are according to registration figures released this week from the county office at An of the figures released indicates that Winslow's 5 precincts lack 72 voters of having half the number registered in the entire Of Winslow's total of 2,406 registered 1,1812 are Democrats and 594 Following are the Precinct Winslow No. 1 Winslow No. 2 Winslow No. 3 Winslow No. 4 Winslow No. 5 Holbrook No. 1 Holbrook No. 2 Clay Springs Heber Snowflake Pinetop Taylor Lakeside Joseph City Shumway Linden Woodruff Showlow Pinedale Keams Canyon Sept. 1- Thousands of inhabitants were fleeing from Colima to escape the typhoon which has been raging since last It is estimated that more than fifty houses have been swept away in the raging waters which have been pouring in from the Inhabitants believe that a huge volcano will break out in the ocean as the gigantic waves are swept in from the ocean to spend their the coast Aug. 31-The name of Russell Meadows of past commander of the Arizona American may be placed nomination for the national J honorable three judges before whom these cases are that the fullest inquiry be made and that an open hearing be had relating to the motion to suppress and the derogatory statements made in the statement that I accepted employment from one of the plaintiff railroads the Southern is absolutely false No one had anything to do whatsoever with the preparation of my conclusions and report except is stated in the exceptions that my findings and report are political in their which on Page in when the Legion meets next month at Ore. The executive committee of the Arizona department suggested at the conclusion of the recent state meeting at Safford that delegates be sent to Portland with W. F. new has appointed W. P. McDowell to the office of state a position which he has held since 1929. H. H. Wrenn of Casa Grande was appointed for his eighth term as finance Meadows headed the Arizona post during the years 1930-31, Former Winslow Girl Married At Gallup Word was received in Winslow this week of the marriage of Miss Alice Eppele formerly of this to Charles B. of The wedding was solemnized by the Rev. H. B. Patten of the Congregational church Wednesday August 24. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. parents of the who is in charge of the Navajo Motor Inn at was attended by his while the bride's Mrs. Joe acted as matron of The bride attended the local schools until three years and is well known CLIFTON - Tremaine of purchased A D Bar Ranch and GOV. HUNT TO SPEAK HERE TOMORROW NIGHT IN ONLY NORTHERN ARIZONA TALK Governor W. P. candidate for re-election on the Democratic will speak to Winslow voters tomorrow night at eight it was announced The seeking re-election told 8,000 voters in Phoenix in opening his campaign last that taxation and the relief of the unemployed are the paramount issues of the He compared the bonded indebtedness of the state with of the counties of the including towns and school and ' large bonded indebtedness is confined to the various subdivisions of the and it is the counties and municipalities Gov. Hunt said it had been a severe ordeal and trial to him during the present great economic but it had been his desire at all times to aid the people of his A cowboy orchestra composed of Clyde Carl O. J. and R. L. Otey will furnish the music preceeding the governor's which will be given on the vacant lot west of the Takit Should weather conditions the address will be given in the Arcadia As the governor is making but few speeches throughout the state the address in Winslow tomorrow night will be the only one given in northern He will be introduced by State Other property owned by Mrs. Dye includes the Palace Hotel the Winslow post office a residence and lots on the corner of Warren Avenue and West Third The deceased was a member of the and the Security Benefit Surviving are two Joe Seegar of and Henry of Los a Raymond Seegar of a niece Viola in San and a brother and four sisters of her James Mrs. Anna Miss Julia Miss all of and Mrs. Frances Weidenger of N. M. Navajo Indian Dictionary Is Now Finished N. Sept. 1-F. G. of Indian Wells has just completed publication of his convenient handbook of the Navajo The publication has 128 pages and is bound in red The contents of Dineh alphabet and greetings travel names of times and money TOTALS 380146 34295 305104 485149 300100 290139 23394 3338 1425 157166 4518 10255 11742 9677 3317 3719 4124 3238 9172 16166 8236 3920 3,4151,542 BE IN ARIZONA THIS MONTH Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt's only Arizona stop on his western campaign tours will be in September 26. His itinerary indicates he will not accept an extended by Governor W. P. Hunt to visit in Gov. Roosevelt will visit Mrs. Isabella Greenway at Mrs. Greenway was a bridesmaid at his and was one of the Arizona delegation that supported him at the national The Democratic presidential itinerary was given 14; September 15: Salt Lake September 16; September 17; September 18; September 19; San September 23; Los Angeles September 24; San September 25; September 26; September 29; September 30; October 1; October 2, and October 3. Annual Woman's Club Flower Show Will Be Held September 16 Union Pacific Lodge Complete Loss Sept. 1 The Union Pacific Lodge on the north rim of the Grand was destroyed by fire early this The fire started in the kitchen of the lodge where Jack was preparing breakfast for more than SO All the women help who were lodged in the wing adjoining the were said to have reached The guests all escaped many of them aiding the and many of them going to nearby farms and communities The annual Woman's Club Flower Show be held September 16 at the Guild it was announced this by officers of the and all flower garden enthusiasts and growers are urged to enter Four prizes will be given this year for and mixed First and second awards will be made for each and the prizes will be cash awards from the The first meeting of the club for the season will be held next September 9, at 2:30 P. J at which time the will be which give promise of an interesting year officers of the club said Trainmen Expecting Big Crowd At Dance Suit to recover as damages as result of an alleged conspiracy to defraud depositors and creditors of the Arizona when it was the Arizona Central Bank of Flagstaff has been filed in superior court by Llyod state superintendent of Defendants include officers and directors of the Arizona Central Leo M. president of organization it had become the Arizona the National Bank of Los one of the largest coast financial the First Securities Northern Arizona Securities Grand Canyon Sheep Three V Livestock Colin Campbell Livestock company and the Arizona Individuals named as defendants in addition to Meeker are H. J. C. B. E. A. and C. J. Suit was brought against the bankers and the financial organizations involved by K. Berry attorney general Assistant Charles L. and the law firm of James R. Moore and Blaine B. attorneys for the state superintendent of Superintendent of Banks Thomas is the Immediately upon filing of the action the attorneys and Mr. Thomas appeared before Judge Howard C. Speakman in superior court and obtained a temporary injunction restraining all defendants from mortgaging or removing from the state any of their property and preventing the Northern Arizona Securities from transferring on its books any share of stock owned and held by the First Securities It was argued disposal of the property would make the suit Hearing on an order to show cause why the temporary injunction should not continue in force until after the trial of the suit was set Sept. 9 by Judge The complaint sets forth that the alleged conspiracy defrauded the its creditors and superintendent of banks of in and to deprive the depositors and creditors of the bank and the superintendent of banks of recourse against the First Securities company for its liability on 3,845 shares of stock which it owned in the Arizona Bank amounting to In order to carry the conspiracy into it is the defendants other than the Arizona Bank procured Leo M. Meeker to purchase the stock of the bank which was owned by First Securities and that in order to enable Meeker to obtain the Grieder said every child greater portion of the money with should be enrolled at the proper j which to buy the stock it was room Those entering late the capital stock of at the high school will be taken care of after school on other days of the but no new City Cannot Handle Delinquent Paving Payments In 1932 Notice was given out yesterday by Mayor W. L. that the city council will be un- i able to arrange for even some small accounts of the delinquent paving assessments due December 1, 1932, as has been done in a few cases in the Reduction of the city budget for the present fiscal and present financial conditions will prevent any aid this the mayor and the council has issued advice to property owners to arrange to take care of these payments when they come Under the revised laws of the assessments remaining unpaid on the due dates are subject to sale by the superintendent of City Schools Open Tuesday September 6 The Winslow schools in all departments will open September 6, at 9:30 a. it has been definitely announced by T. G. Children who will be five years of age by November 1, are eligible for the kindergarten Mr. Grieber and children Mil be six years of age are for the first Following is the schedule for the registration oi students High school Room 13, J. B. Wilson and Miss Vena High school Room 12, Miss Martha White and Ralph High school Room 21, Miss Avis and Raymond High school Room 9, Miss Kathleen Mrs. Mary and G. N. Grade 8-A: Room 5, Miss Elizabeth Grade 8-B1: Room 4, Miss 8-B2: Room 10, Selmer Grade 7-A: Room 1, Miss Irene Grade 7-B: Room 8, O. W. The grade school pupils will report to their respective rooms to be enrolled for the coming term Mr that must levy taxes to pay the j Senator G. W. Nelson of Navajo interest and and Perusal of the book reveals in- tourists at the hotel were January in j said to be virtually without means crusted February is young March is young eagles May is large June in Navajo is corn For the printing of this book a complete font of the special characters was for use on their typesetting Mr. Mitchell is a All state and county officers have been given invitations to tend the annual ball The huge log building and Monday September 5, it ins were was yesterday by V. F. in charge of to Winslow ments for the dance and a num. GRAND Sept. 1 -j ber of them are expected to The Union Pacific railroad i tend including two deluxe Large numbers of dancers are on the north rim of the r expected to attend from Grand burned down early this according to a report of National Park Superintendent M. R. While no loss of life was re- arranged that the capital the which was should be reduced to its Hu which was meuts can be taken during school 000, should be reduced to Late registrants will report J and its undivided which to the same rooms as listed j were should be reduced Present indications are that the j to and that as result of enrollment will be approximately a dividend of a same as last The share could and was declared on increase in the local schools 5,000 shares of stock of the not be Mr. Grieder j bank then issued and but the teaching staff has j The complaint alleges that the been adjusted to what the needs defendant president and will I director of the bank the time on page j on page HAYDEN SEES IN RELIEF FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR ARIZONA IN LESS THAN YEAR and Mr. Foy Jack Turk and his or Optimism pervaded the en only after the federal budget Senator Carl wr ' * as he addressed a large crowd of j Rejection of the soldiers bonus voters at the Arcadia Ballroom | came after the senate decided such when he j a measure would do less good to Joseph Ash | % of Senator Carl Hayden i was balanced chestra will furnish music for approximately the nation as a whole than the re Jr r | fc of 000 of the funds provided by net affair which will be held in the Arcadia sonal During the excitement caused by the several truck loads of blankets belonging to the hotel j and officers { out northern Nevada and California Aug. 31-The summer encampment of the Arizona National Guard Near Flagstaff Ends Camp made for been notified to be on the 1ook-out for the All the ets were marked it was National Guard closed here last Saturday when the 1,055 officers and men entrained for various The disbursement of congressional relief act 400.000,000 to four million benefit j of which but 1,000,000 are un- than will go employed would afford less the construction of new j fit to the he pointed he i than an equal amount will be used for building the nation in an effort to restructures for the federal j lieve unemployment among the for tai of 10,000,000 unemployed of and the balance to broaden j all | farm and livestock credits in Therefore the relief act includes i state through the a billion and a half for the t finance of tive of the Board of Missions of j the Presbyterian Copies of Dineh may be purchased from at | towns and cities of the state after j adopted after j the 8136.000,000^ DIVORCE GRANTED | intensive training at Fort ine aid for nm A divorce was granted in the Court Monday at Hoi lup N. or from Mr. Mitchell j brook in the case of Alice Hunt at Indian Ariz. Leonard der M. near oi 0 federal buildings and several Brig Gen. Alexander M. Tuthill j made to agriculture said the camp was the best of plans on Page held in fc  

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