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   Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - September 23, 1932, Winslow, Arizona                                Late News Bulletins the Associated SAN Sept. 22 - Another chapter in the life of Paul film executive who committed suicide in was closed last night when a jury decided that Miss Dorothy Millette had leaped to her death from a Sacramento River Sept 22- Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt was in California today following his speech in He left Portland after two strenuous days in the After his visit the Governor will come to Arizona Democratic leaders are still hoping that he will visit A definite announcement regarding his plans is expected Democratic headquarters yesterday stated that the Governor will make a speech after reception at the Greenway ranch near but if the special train is routed thru he will go there first then continue 01 to Williams enroute on his homeward 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 5c| VOLUME 41 NAVAJO FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 1932 NUMBER 8 2201LES OF ROADS WILL BE BUILT ON INDIAN RESERVATIONS IN ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO Work Progresses On New Indian WHERE GOVERNOR ROOSEVELT WILL VISIT ARIZONA Sept. 22 - A young attorney and a middle aged manufacturer seem destined to have the government machine in their John B. Chappie seemed destined to enter the Senate and Walter J. a manufacturer seemed destined to return to the governor's Kohler won by a majority of 92,543 while Chappie had a majority of of more than 17.000. Republican leaders were rejoicing over the defeat of the EVANSTON 111., Sept. 22-It won't be long now before the Police have enough ladders to start a fire department if the man responsible for recent robberies is not They now have three ladders but no In three attempted robberies the burglar each time has been frightened away and each time has left a The police are wondering if he has any more ladder to NEW Sept. 22-~Three congressional candidates backed by the H. McCooey strong Tammany leaders won in New McCooey said the forces would receive his New York was elated with the governor's receiving 47 of the electorial votes in his home N. Sept. 23-A tal of 220 miles of roads are to be i built in six Indian reservations in ' northwestern New Mexico and northern Arizona at a cost of with funds from the emergency construction act. This was the announcement following conference here of J. P. director of forestry for the Indian bureau and superintendents of Navajo and Zuni money is to bo used on roads ineligible for federal aid and not designated as state Kinney is for Indian affairs So far as possible all labor is to be bv The purpose is to provide relief for Indians at the same time that the new roads are Wages paid some Indians by the government will be applied to part payment of loans given during last winter's The money from the federal emergency construction act is in addition to money for roads allowed Indian agencies in the regular interior department appropriations act. The emergency in to providing for new also is to be used in part for Money is divided as Eastern Navajo Northern Navajo Zuni Southern Navajo Western Navajo Hopi Leupp Improvement of existing primary roads on the reservations also is included in plans for spending of the money Kinney Included in this type of project is the St. Michaels to Ganado highway which is practically complete N. Y. Sept. 22-Mrs. Roosevelt will leave tomorrow to join her husband in the She will travel from Albany to Kansas City by train and then by plane from Kansas City to then resume train travel to Sept. 22-Mrs. E. wife of the Idaho senator is recovering from For rot her physicians disclosed Mrs. Borah's pet parrot died a. week ago and a few days later she became ill. FUNERAL HELD WEDNESDAY FOR J. R. JANEWAY Tenn. Sept. 22-Thc status of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation was stressed by Vice-president Curtis last night in his speech in Curtis said that the Democrats were misstating facts regarding the money when they said that only large corporations and railroads were receiving Curtis said that more than 86 per cent of the loans were made to banks in cities with a population less than 25,000. Sept. 22-The Hispanio Cinco departed today for Africa with more than 128 deportees who will remain in exile for their part in the Included in the deportees were two cousins of the King and a son of the general who led the 22 committee of the Grand Army of the Republic planned to erect a memorial to Abraham Lin The memorial will be erected just back of It is proposed to ask school children to participate in the raising of funds for the Stp 22--Mahat-mi Ghandi began the second day of his hunger strike which he says will last until he dies or until the government accedes to his Ghandi began his hunger strike sitting cross-legged on a web mat. In Panama approximately one hundred Hindu merchants began n. 24 hour sympathy strike with the emaciated Masquerade Ball Plans Underway A Hallowe'en Masquerade Ball i will be held in October 31, by the Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad it was announced yesterday by officers of the The said cash prizes would be awarded for the costumes as in former aud elaborate plans are under way to make the dance a huge it was Everyone in the city is being ed to prepare costumes for the big fall 1 Impressive funeral services were held Wednesday at 2:30 p. for 48, who died in the Santa Fe Coast Lines hospital Sunday at a. following a short The ritual and service of the B. P. O. Eiks of which the was a. was carried out in every with the Rev. David Jones as Members of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Grand International Auxiliary to the same Order of Eastern Star and Security Benefit attended the service in a body from each Paul bearers were Roy A. C. and Frank T. for the George J. P. Clark and G. W. Nelson for the While assisting his wife in moving the family automobile out of a mud hole on September 4, Mr. Janeway had his hand badly and the forefinger of the left hand was slightly By September 9. infection had become and he departed for the in Los Angeles for No word was received from the injured man until tember 17, when his wife was notified that his condition was She left Winslow that evening on Train No. 23, but her husband passed away several hours before her Mr. Janeway was born in Marion July 1884, and had worked six years as a carpenter before coming to Winslow as a and promoted to fireman on November 4, of the same This position he held until February 9. 1919, when he made his first as a locomotive Since that time he has worked regularly on the third district of the Albuquerque division of the Coast of the and j had a. wide acquaintance in Ash Fork and He was rated as a good engineer by his superiors on the Mr. Janeway is survived by his Mrs. Ella and a Ed. Hospital Here Work preliminary actual operations has been going on steadily for the past week with nine teams doing excavating work for the new Indian hospital and sanitorium just west of the B. R. who is in charge of construction for the McKee Construction company of El Paso successful bidders on the said yesterday nine local teams and ten local men were employed at The excavating work is being done by P. R. a subcontractor of El H. M. Watson and W. M. Cunningham of the U. S. department of labor at Phoenix visited the site the middle of the week and reported that a wage scale of 40 cents per hour was being paid unskilled 50 cents to 75c to form and 87 1-2 cents to finished Mr. who is state director of the U. S. Employment said Mr. Mock had him that all local labor possible would be It is expected that at the peak of construction approximately 40 mostly of the skilled crafts will be Mr. Mock said a wage scale would be posted at the office of the construction company on the hospital and was available to anyone M. J. Grewe is on the ground as inspector for the U. S. Indian working under the direction of Roy H. superintendent of construction for the Southwest Indian Disbursements of the more than to be expended for the construction of the appropriation of of the U. S. Congress a year and a half will be handled through the Leupp Navajo Indian it was reported by Superintendent J. E. COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS FINISH CANVASS OF RETURNS IN LAST WEEK'S PRIMARIES i Navajo County Committees To Scenes at the Quarter Circle Double X cattle ranc Arizona where Governor Franklyn Roos a day on his tour of the According to pre expected to arrive in Williams at 10:30 Sunday m corted to the ranch where he will go into confer a public reception for the Governor will be held in ranch In the above left Mrs. Isabella their summer Cattle see PLANS FOR VISIT IN ARIZONA h of Mrs. Isabella six miles west of democratic nominee for president will spend sent Governor Roosevelt's special train is He will be met by Mrs. Greenway and with state democratic In the afternoon the pines surrounding the Greenway Greenway and her children seated on the steps of ne on the Greenway Woman's Club Flower Show Was Success The third annual Flower by the Winslow Woman's Club was held at the Guild Hall on Friday the 16th with a splendid display of a radiant evidence that each year more people become interested in the culture of flowers and of their The Guild Hall was decorated with house plants and cat tails forming a background for the attractive bowls and vases of dahlias and old fashioned Wesley Mr. E. H. Black and Mrs. J. A. Greaves were judges for the entries and awarded the following 1st--Dahlias', R. C. 2nd- B. L. 1st- Mrs. J. O. 2nd- W. F. 1st- Mrs. J. O. 2nd Mrs. J. B. 1st-Old Fashioned Mrs. R. A. 2nd-Old Fashioned Mrs. Forrest A musical program was presented throughout the afternoon and refreshments were Each guest was presented with a package of flower donated by a local Members of the Flower Show committee were very pleased with the large attendance and interest manifested by the Winslow flower Changes in the plans for the ' zona visit of Governor Franklin D. Democratic presidential were announced this week by Mrs. Isabella who will be hostess for the presidential party upon arrival at her ranch Sunday September 25th. Latest developments in the itinerary of the special train carrying Gov. and his call for the arrival of the train at Williams at 10:30 a. Sunday September 25. A conference with Gov W. Hunt of and other state Democratic leaders has been arranged for shortly after arrival of the party at the Quarter Circle X X ranch of Mrs. six miles west of At three o'clock Sunday a public reception has been at which time Governor Roosevelt will meet state officers of the Democratic party of the and other prominent citizens of the The schedule for the special presidential candidate's train calls for its departure from Williams at 5:00 a. Monday September 26, which should put the train through Winslow at approximately 7: a. and at this early it is not expected the candidate will be up to greet Winslow Original plans of the New York Governor provided for a day's visit at the Greenway ranch September 26. Later Mrs. Greenway asked the national Democratic standard bearer to change his route to take in Phoenix on that in order that Mr. Roosevelt might attend the state Democratic Latest will preclude the possibility of Mr. Roosevelt attending the ' It is expected that a number of people of Winslow will attend the public reception at Williams Sunday NAVAJO COUNTY GROUP IS ATTENDING GOVERNOR'S MEETING IN CAPITAL CITY Winslow Group Attends State A. Meet State Crop Outlook Good Report Shows Most of Arizona's farm crops maintained a high level of condition during according to a issued bv M. R. agricultural statistician for the States bureau of agricultural BULLETIN Sept. 22 - Relief funds can not be spent on federal aid seven percent Local committees are to handle the work and to designate projects on county highways and percent of funds for direct indigent Gov. W. P. ap. pointed a of five to supervise the expenditure of Cleve W. Van J. W. H. A. Clark of Grace Sparkes of Yavapai and D. W. Fountain of All of the state pledged 100 per cent co-operation in furnishing equipment and The funds are not yet A group of Navajo county men are in Phoenix to attend the governor's advisory committee on unemployment meeting which was held in response to a call issued last week by Gov. W. P. to pass upon the disbursement of in federal received by the state as emergency from the Reconstruction Finance County chairman Sidney Sapp and County Engineer Carl Hudson of Mayor W. L. Carpenter of and others attended the meeting Representatives of the state highway of welfare and of other counties also attended the The first 8125,000 of the emergency funds are to be received within the next few it was Under terms of the the maximum amount is to be expended for relief of unemployed thru creation of Purchase of tools and materials is it was Overhead expenses and costs are to be furnished and the cost of carrying in- i for workers is authorized | it. is The kle relief conference several preliminary parleys at I which use and availability of the i aid fund were j The highway commission spent Friday afternoon and Saturday J morning in attempting to work out a. disbursement plan and ad- j to meet again September j 22 with the general The governor's office has been engaged in attempting to formulate a plan for the use of the funds that will meet requirements of the ' reconstruction finance In reply to a telegram from the governor asking the money I would be the j tion finance corporation advised that a letter had gone Friday to the federal reserve bank authorizing the payment of 000 to the state at The j er is to he in Oct- ] A tentative approval has i been made for for relief work in November and Under the laid down by 1 the reconstruction finance ' j individual may receive i more than in any calendar week or 30 hours This I it was that the maximum number at work on the I ou page Mrs. G. T. president of the Arizona Congress of Parents and accompanied by Mrs. John state Mrs. Effie state chairman for the physically handicapped Mrs. P. A. state chairman for the kindergarten and pre-school of and Mrs. W. W. president of the Navajo Council of the A. also of attended the state meeting of the board of held last Friday at the Hotel at Enroute to the the Yavapai county group of the organization invited the Navajo county visitors to attend a picnic previously planned which was on top of Mingus Following the picnic a number of the visitors were called to speak to the The four state officers were elected in the state convention which was held in Winslow last Child Injured In Car Accident Freddy 7 year old son of Joe was painfully injured about the head and body last Monday when he was run down by an automobile driven by Mrs. W. J. The accident occurred at the corner of Second street and Williamson Avenue when the child ran in front of the automobile as the driver made the turn on to He was taken to the office of a local where his injuries were No blame was attached to the driver who stopped within the length of the car after the boy had been Organize Today Both democratic and republican county central committees will j meet today in. Holbrook to perfect I the county as provided by The democratic committee composed of the newly elected committeemen elected at the last primary election held September 13, will convene at 10 o'clock this morning at Holbrook in the according to call issued by R. L. retiring A new chairman and secretary will be elected as Mr. Moore is not a candidate for he The retiring secretary is C. L. Giragi of who is also not a candidate for At the same time it is expected the club for Navajo county will be formed and officers of the organization will be The party composed of candidates and committeemen will meet directly following the organization and plans for the campaign will be The republican committee has been called to meet at the courthouse this evening at eight o'clock James Day is the retiring chairman and H. C. Kabelin the retiring It is understood a Holbrook man is slated for the chairmanship of the republican Whether a club will be organized has not been At today's meetings members of the state committee will be named by both party who will go to Phoenix next Monday committee At the republican party conference tonight it is announced that all vacancies on the county ticket will be filled with exception of county as there is no republican attorney in the county with which to fill the Following is the total vote received by each of the following candidates as by the official canvass made by the Board of Supervisors The names of persons whose names were written in and Who did not receive for nomination do not in the following Presidential Electors John G. R. 1254 Mrs. E. G. 955 Kirby L. 720 Roy 1211 L. M. 602 H. M. 312 John C. 642 621 Joseph U. S. Senator Harlow 557 Walter H. 65 J. 73 Carl 1................. 1589 Ralph 603 Hoval A. 245 Rep. in Congress 360 Lewis W. 1261 M. T. 617 Benton 279 H. D. 403 Judge Supreme Court A. G. 1891 Frederic A. 656 Governor W. P. 1015 B. B. 619 K. 485 Webster C. Fred 332 Jack C. 527 W. W. 372 2P Secretary of State Scott 427 John D. 469 James E. 62 James H. 800 David P. Harry R. 36 John Henry 63 Hugh R. 641 Treasurer W. Mi 1307 John J. 776 Ray 637 Attorney General Harry 256 475 Arthur T. 1562 George T. 652 State Auditor City Library Asks For Old The Winslow Public Library sponsored by the Winslow man's Club is making an appeal j this week for magazines for the All people having any periodicals they wish to dispose of ' may leave them at the library rooms at the city ball od days and Saturdays between the hours of 5:00 p. m. and 7 p. m. The magazines will be given ' away to Winslow people who make requests for them from the Bids received for and additions to building FOUR SELIGMAN PEOPLE KILLED IN AUTO CRASH to Winslow Sept. 22-Four Seligman people are dead and a four-year old girl is unconscious as the result of an automobile accident eight miles west of at midnight The dead are Walter 30, Mrs. Larry 60, her daughters Mrs. Miss June 16. who was unconscious more 12 hours was the daughter of Mrs. According to James garageman of Seligman who was an eye witness to the the which was being driven by plunged 1 om a 20-foot bridge into an arroyo between 20 and 30 feet Death was to the grown who were badly crushed and lacerated in the Lambert notified Deputy Buster Brown at Ash Fork of the accident and a jury was taken immediately to the scene of the and following the verdict of accidental the bodies were brought Mrs. Nielson is survived by her husband at Peach and a j son at Mrs. McBride's ' husband died years j All of the party were well j known having lived here many i Lambert said he had no idea as to the cause of the I Local Game Body To Discuss Amendment A discussion of the state con- amendment that will j abolish the state game commission will be held at the regular meeting of the Winslow Game tive September 26 at the city It is expected the which has called for eight o'clock will draw all members of the local as well as many other citizens interested in preservation of our wild life and and L. W. Doane Tax Commissioner E. A. Frank Thad M. M. L. Ernest R. Ralph L. Corporation Mit Wilson T. Loren Peter D. Supt. Public instruction C. O. H. E. Anne E. State Mine Inspector Thomas E. Miles W. Thos J. State Senator Robert L. David B. Frank M. W. B. State Representative G. W. Charles J. J. H. T. C. Marshall H. Sheriff O. C. Tom L. D. Treasurer G. T. W. R. F. R. L. Recorder Lucy S. P. R. M. County Attorney T. C. D. tDj Assessor Jos. L. George J. D. E. County School Supt. Mary A. Hattie H. Hattie 1282 841 626 797 817 587 533 470 1054 850 286 608 1018 1212 674 151 1458 515 629 789 520 1077 3 942 246 884 369 268 1567 832 732 1294 994 504 345 836 1488 688 1567 920 1387 1044 24 1692 774 81 Supervisor Burl 884 J. A. 244 Lloyd C. 439 E. B. 183 John L. 249 Marion 175 Leo 436 Justice of the Peace No. 1) on page  

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