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November 19, 1936

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Mm mid T Full to Receive Your DAILY CL1NT0NIAN by :0 P. M. Phone 41 or 117 and ropy will be brought to you nl inn-r. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN WEATHER Unhealed tonight and Friday: -"WW, 4 Arr, WlB. 7.ire. Cento. Volume 25 Number 12 Clinton, Indana, Thursday, November 19, 1936 'SIT' IN IDLE BENDIX PLANT Spanish War Gives ; 'o we r$ Excuse to Annual Clinton Big REBELS ADVANCE ACROSS CITY TO RED STRONGHOLD Show Has Out Today! - ' . l -.'-., ' iV If "I "J"i "u1 'Hejls mre ed Ptm1u.1 faUo Uju hoa piug fwd u work-, iw luiie H.h i rttnuiii Im4le lite in tvjuib IVudu d p.uling jifVWM lalx diul faalud tibf ofjeraliosts of Um tgnmi pUftt. PARLEY PLANNED TO 'TALK OYER' BENDIX STRIKE Have More Trouble Ktjrop-n cleavage over the Spa'J ih iv.l war widened today with an ; nouneinent in lyondon Oreat Hritaf a il) refuse to rex op n ire an insurgent bhw kade of Barcelona. Italy made ber recognition of Ceo era J Franco's insurgent regime actuality by naming a diplomatic anKon to Burgos, and '.ermany wa expwied to follow suit. Insurgent troops continued to hammer al Madrid s inner defences Meanwhile. Japan virtually admit ted conclusion of a pact with Ger many directed against Soviet Rus sia, while in Moscow. Chinese au tborftbs indi'atd a Russo-Chlnese alliance might be formed if nex.-- mry "as a last resort." Tbe fa jht grand council In Rome approved sweeping "acceleration" of military preparedness. SHIPPING STRIKE GETS ATTENTION AT AFL SESSION Committee Complete Report on Maritime Strike; 'Outlaw' Will Probably Get Denunciation HOWARD DRAWS GREEN'S REBUKE TAMPA, Hau Sov. tit He American I ed-raiiou of tMttur lo-daj- fornuUI)- julofitre! a rAuiHfa 'orM&emningr e rrtrvut x-aill muk-atttd-nle Mi-ike of wsnhni m the ealoni In sw pathy villi Hie we eoa4 Jiip-liior trtwIA. TAMPA, n.. Nor. 11 Tbe maritime strike which baa tied up shipping on bo4n the eaKt and west txt drw (be attention of tbe American Federation of Jabor annual convention cere today. Tbis subject proved tbe first on which the convention's resolution committee completed a report. Tbe sentiment of this report was not disclosed, but A. V. of U officials announced the resolutions committee was ready t-o submit its views today on this matter. Half a dowu resolutions dealing with tbe ma rit i me st r j k e were o u tbe rost-er of proposals considered by the international committee but that sponsored by tbe delegates of the International Seamens' Union o! America appeared to le the one to be dealt witb in a preliminary re- Another Arrest Made in Murder OF Ohio Fireman , WARREN. O.. Nov. lit Arrested in a rooming bouse here iat niirht. Joseph Pohohsky, SS. was taken to Indianapolis, today to lace chances in connect ion with tbe "bead and hands" murder of Capt. Harry E. Miller, wealthy retired Cincinnati fireman. Poholsky was the second suspect arrested in the murder. Tbe other, Heber Hicks, chauffeur for the Tic-'lUi'b sister, faces trial on Imc. 3. Poholsfey. who bad been s'yiup in W a rru for several da ys at time in recent wwks. and iiad been workiii on a farm j-ear Cortland, waived ertradition. He denied Iar-ticipaiiou in tbe slaying, tout Warren po h said be admitted that be had helped to bide tbe body. Miller was slain last June 11 at his summer borne in New Trenton, 1 nd .. and 1 0 in Bethlehem Steel corporation stock was stolen. M. K. Stewart. Indiana state policeman, said H K-ks dmiued fee planned tbe murder and that be offered (40t to each man aid hue aim. Stewart sa id fo ur men were involved. Police records bere showed that Poholsky served 2 atouthc in Ohio ; penitentiary on s liurylary charge. it ud was released July H IV 3 2, MAN INJURED AT UNIVERSAL MINE i flames Wake of Tennessee Valley 'Sustained a slightly injured foot yes-teday while work in at the Uni-vrrsal mine It was injured whn srme coa fell on it. Mr. Wake is j gating along satisfactorily. Poultry Exhibits Preliminary Openin? of Event Thi Morning; Many Birds Are on Display L. J. DEMBERGER IS NAMED JUDGE Today Is the preliminary opening of the poultry show given under th auspices of the Clinton 1'oultry As sociation, which is being beld at the Kvaus building on Elm street. Tbis is lie lCih annual sbowing and will continue until November 21. Inclu sive. Judging f rota request for premium lists not only from farmers of Vermillion county, but also from persons In other states including Maine, Missouri and Illinois, tbis is pec.td to be one of the largest of its kind ever beld in Clinton. I(i Premium M A large premium list bas been ar ranged to cover ali breeds and varieties of poultry witb a list of special premiums for outstanding ri- faibits. Tbere will be classes for rocks, beua. cockerels, pullets and young and old pens of every breed aiid variety. At tbe present time there are approximately 208 chickens on exhibition. Mjm' Award Merchandise will be given by several of tbe local xnercbaDts and loving cups will be awarded by tbe association. The Daily Clintocian. Medluck Jewelry store and tbe Columbus Cooperative stores, the latter three to be awarded to members of tbe association in good standing. In addition to the showing of puuUry tbtre will tic an egg and ora exbibittoii. ' " Muotier to 4ulge W J. Demberger of fcLeartsvHle, Ind.. will be the Judge of the show. 4 Ooutiuand m Page Cayuga Man Dies Wednesday; Rites Friday Afternoon CA YT-GA. Kov. 19 George Dewey Parks. 38. died at 7.4S p. m Wednesday following a rare disease from which he bad been suffering for some time. He was born August 29. 189S. the son of John and Katharine Parks. Hurvivors are the wife. Murl, and two children. Billy and Kathleen, three Bisters Mrs'. Cloyd Koss and Mrs. Robert De Armod, both of Toledo, O.. and Mrs. Man Stevens of ftliincle. three brothers Pearl of Sullivan. Roy of California and Frank, whose whereabouts ere unknown. Funeral services will be held at I P ra. Friday at the Holiness church with Rev. E. U Sollurs in charge of the services. Burial will be in the Howard cemetery, east of Cayuga. MEETING HELD AT WPA OFFICE A meeting of the Vrmll)ioi: county recreational council was held lust night at the WPA recreation office in South Muin street. Thin their first regular session. The following officers were elected: Airs, Berir?,' L. While, peneru! chairman : A. A Kuteh. ancretary mid K B. Medlok. treasurer. The hrst Wednesday of the month waf selected as the meeting night of the council. Plans were made for a banquet to be held December Ifi. C & E. L RUNS SPECIAL TRAIN The r. & K. I. railroad handled throuKh here at 11 o'tloek this morn-inF a special 14-rer freielx train made up of merchandise and auto! parts cars destined lor r.vanxvnie . manufacturers. Factories at thej Pocket City are running full hlast some of them both nutht and day and the special train was handled a a second section of train No. 9. a passenger train, to iraivide afternoon delivery at destination. THE TEMVFRATlKE By Tbe Clintonian thermometer: h a. m , 28. noon, 31. Z 1 ( Drive Continues Today on River Bank; Great Buildings of Madrid Are Struck by Shells TWENTY KILLED FIGHTING FIRES MADRID, Not. 19 Deployed through the uptoro streets of north- seMern Madrid, rebel troops today knifed their way towards the former royal palace, where Jhe loyalists sow are ceotrriox Ihelr defense with ar tillery hurling shells into the insurgent lines from the palaeial ecurt- yard. Tbe rebel drire through the moke-palled it, behind the no- -easing din of artillery and aerial tmmbardments. is directed straight lown the rirht bank of the Man- nares nrer. snearinr throurb to at off any possible counterattack m the fir side, while the left wing of the Insurgent army batters a path nearer the Puerta Del Sol. 30 Die fn Fires Flames ajeain erupted from a score of buildings, and the fire de partment announced twenty fireman were killed fighting the blares. Reports said 4000 men bad ar- rlTed here to reinforce tbe city's retreating defenders; but while more aid was awaibed, many thousands jamtmid subway stations and 'jther sanctuaries, awaiting, it was laid tbe surrender of tbe capital. Warainc- Their fears were accentuated by a rebel "pamphlet raid." warning that bombing attack by Dlgbt. "worse haB any yet experienced" would won be launched. The huge palace of communica tions, one of the largest balldings tbe capital, and other important "difices were set afire, and tbe north Ktattoa. fierovia bridge, and Man- Una military barrack were a a in sbel led . Funeral Held for Well-Known Man In Parke County MONTEZUMA. Kor. 1 Funeral serrices for Henry Jobnsca. who passed away about 7 pm. Mosd)' were beld at the residence Wednesday at 2:3 p. m. with tbe Her. A. L. Vermillioo In charge. Burial was at the Oakland eemetry. Mr. Johnson, almost a life loag resident of Parke eounty. was a well known farmer. About a year ago be suffered a paralytic stroke and hag been ill ever since that time. He is survived by tbe widow and one son. Merrit Johnaoa of Kinsman. Ind.; daughter, Mrs. Vera Isaacs of Wavelasd. and a brotner. William of Kansas. JACK RONANI, 18, DIES WEDNESDAY Jobs Ronani, IS. son of Ur. and Mrs. Frank Ronani of Chicago, formerly of Iniversal. died faust flight at a bospitai there, according to information oiitained by relatives and friends of VniveraaL The exa'-t cause of bis death was not stated, although he bad beea ill for tbe past two weeks. Besides tbe parents he Is survived hy a brother. James. Funeral services will be beld at 3 p. ni. Saturday At tbe residence at Cbieago. POLICE NAMED FOR LAST GAME Koliowiug is a list of Dee who will act as special police at tbe football game tomorrow aigbt: Bbarel Wallace. Bea fcaort. George Waters. Jobs C inert Li. Joe Reed. Bam Bell. Henry Lawsua, Bob Anderson, Bill tjtitt. John Ekoff, Dave James and Andrew Wilson ATTENDANCE IS URGED TONIGHT All A merits n Lnon members are siged to attend the meeting to be beld at the Lei: ion borne Is Foatn Third stret tonight at t cioek. The indoor crrcus to be ire Bext week beginning Nor. 21. under the auspices of tbe Legion to be dis-russed. snd workers lor the c ire as wili be appointed Morgenthaa Seeks Extension of RFC For Another Year WAKHIXdTON. Nov. 1 Kxten-sion ol' the HFC for an additional year was urged today by Secretary of the Treasury !or?eijihau- Morpanthaa averted that in his opinion, "the time nae not yet come when the country can dispense with the corporation." HUBERT BROOKS DIES AT COUNTY HOSPITAL TODAY Local Baseball Star Die This Morning After Long Illness Caused by Injury on Diamond GOOD RECORD ON CLINTON TEAMS Hubert I j rooks. 23. ioeal baseball star, died today at a. ni, at the Vermillion -f'ounty hospital, -where lie lias been a patient for the past nine months. Mr. Brooks pit( 'bed the Clinton American Legion Junior team to state championships in 1 929 and t80. fn 1134. the team won their fi rst game in the rep i una 1 to u r na-meut at Battle Creek. Mich... with Hub" pitching. Em! lent Rmkn In UHS2 Brooke played with the flinty oC it ea rn and wan M games out of 11 He a.nd Frank Staoirtw alternated in pitching the chub to victory. In IflSS when he pitched for tii Mike's Auto Body Shop and helped win the Wabash Valley chani-liionship he won 3 4 jcaiuee and lost and in 3 J :! 4 he again helped win ilie Wabat-b Valley championnbip foT the Diaua Kweet Slop by winning games out of In 3 ft " 4 Brooks went to A n d e r-Hon . whew h? wa em ployed , a nd played aemi-pro baa1 1 tall for tbe Guide Lamp Co. He was bom in KnightKville. Ind.. but came to Clinton at an early age. where 4ie attended the Fairvlew rrade school. He grad uated from Clinton high school with the elass of Kurvivfirw ore the parents, Mr. and Continued on Pace 6 Former Wife of Rudy Vallee Dies After Operation HA NT A MONICA. Cal.. Nov. 19 Fay Webb, the dark-haired tormei Santa Monica high school girl who learned on Iter death bed that Rudy Vallee, famous radio crooner, still loved her, even tlinigh they were divorced, lay in a funeral parlor today, a victim of peritonitis following un operation. Death came quietly to the beautiful actress lust uighl. after a valiant light for the lite she loved so well dettpue it disappointments Aliw- Webb wite in a coma as she died Tiie major operation was per- tormed Friday and peritonitis set in 1 1 ree d a y n later. For ma n y ho u t the was in an oxygen lent and several blood trutirifuHious were mad but her weakened heart failed to rally. Tltli .Miss Webb at the end was her lather. Capt. C K. Y'bb. former Sun la Mon Ma police chief, who obtained a eve of abaeiM? when her condition became critical. Vallee. said "Webb, wanted to fly to Sanla Monica from New York wheu informed of his former wife's condition and was in constant touch with all developments of the fata! Uln(!8a ITHIEVES FAIL IN ROBBERY EFFORT .. . An attempt to rob the J. W. Car-rico store iu Fairview was made Tuesday night. The front window was removed but police believe the nersou was frightened away before he could pet In. - ; j i i I THEORY OF GANG MURDER HELD IN RUSSELL KILLING Detective Lieutenant Discloses Dead Man' Information on international Racketeers UHS ANGELES. Nov. J. oi rai:eiers who woria-wide cou-nectious may have murdered Keid Huesell, zt.-year-old si-ion of a prom inent Virginia family wjt UHe be i "ikuew too much." That waK tbe KtattJing develop ment today in t lie attem-pi by authorities to uura.ve! the mystery ol his death in a gardeu swing on tbe Munhattait beach estate of Gou ver-utr Morris, noted authority, fc.w Aujle Jet.ei-tive Lieut. Harry L. Hansen revealed that Russell had given hitu hints of the racketeering activities be knew during a gay iwo-day party the Saturday and Sunday preceding -his death Friday. September 25. Sharing the spotlight with 1 li i disclosure was the hint that the Kus-wll case may lead to the solution of anot her u nsol ved in u rder . poski u If by tlie same principals. Hansen said Russell was witb him. Mrs. Hansen and another couple, wliotie names were withheld, during he party. fnbe Beun fOurlv Detai Is of t he i n format ion given during the party by Russell have been under investigation for several days. Hansen said. beyond stating that no one in the home of Morris, whose guest Russell hHd been on various ocranion. was mentioned in Russell's revelations. Hansen derlMiefl to elaborate on the new turn In the case. A virtual censorship was being im-uoe,d by authorities on tbe progress of the Investigation, notably in connection with the report that an unsolved murder may ! linked with RnsMells death. SIAMESE TWIN HOLDS GROUND NtTW yoKK, Nov. in Condition of Lncio Godino. Ill with lobar pneumonia, remained unchanged today, while his Siamese twin. BiuipHcio. also in bed by necessity, was find- ingr hospital life irksome. Mnipncio was careiui rnn iu oi-turb bis brother, but Objected because doctors would not allow tit in to smoke. FIRE AT BIANCO HOME A small roof blaze was extin-j guiybed by the volunteer fire de-! pertinent yesterday at p. m at the borne f James Bianco in South Tenth street. The house, whic h is owned by Same Forte, was only slightly damaged. ! Court House Busy Naturalization Day; 59 Receive Papers Today Uiituraliration day and men and women reci-vd thHr iitnal naturalization paners at the county courthouse in Newport today Ttiakiuir them citisens of the I'tiit.ed Btates. Th 51 were divii-d Into two groups: the first jrroup of re- !a,nd the other group of 2 this aft-tei-noon. They were examined by Judge ii. E- Bingham and &cfc per- son bad two witnesses who testified to tbejr character ajid residenee. Those who received their papers today are from Clinton, fniversal. iBlanford and Centenary. Lawyers Wrangle Over Exhibits in Court of Appeals IXJ UJBVilLK, K'.. Nov 1H--Wbile touusel lor Brig. Geu. Henry H. Jenhardt sought technical cause to delay his exatuiuing trial tomorrow. inveligai'rs for the common wealt h today w ere completing ballistic and chemical tests whit.-1) hey -expect will warrant Heury fouuty Judge A. S. Morgan in holding the colorful (I ('-year-old soldier-politician to the grand jury for the murder of bis fian'-ee. Verua Garr Taylor. 4 0-year-old X-a Grange widow. The sc.ene of the lgal battle on the general's behalf hhified to the state eapitol at Frankfort., where Defense Attorney Bodes K. Myers presented a petition for a writ of prohibition to the court of appeals. The petition asked the appeals court to require Jude Mortran to enter an order making the in:tnouwea It ii 's gruehfime collection of exhibits available to the defense uiid post polling the examining trial ten days or until such time the court of appeals may direct. Judge Morgan, sitting at New Castle, seat of the county where Mrs. Taylor's violent death occurred No . vember 6. yesterday refused to a-, cede to this defense demand or to con' in tie the examining trial while 1 the higher court considered the question. 1 - t WHI'I"! EN DIES TUESDAY Arthur W. Whitten 2. died al the home of his daughter. Mrs. Br-nice Lauterbacic. at kop 32 on the Terre Haute road. Tuesday at 13 p. m. Other survivors, besides the daughter, are tbe widow. Mrs. Juita Whitten. and a granddaughter. Funeral serviies will le held from the J. N. Hiektuan & fion funeral home at 2 p in. Friday with burial in Koseiuwn memorial park. Officials, Employe' Committee of Seven to meet in First Step Toward Settling . . Plant Trouble SOfTH BEND. Nov. IV. A ray of sunshine, very faint but nonetfae-Jes apparent, showed tbrougb tbe troubled, skies of this industriaj co u i in unity tod ay . in d icat ing progress in ironing out tbe Jaibor difficult i es bet ween em pi oyea and of i-cials of the Beudi prodm-t eorpoi-ation. Wiib a number of employee according to Vincent iiendix. pri-deut of the company, and 1.20-0 c-cording to union officials till holding forth in the rambling factory buildings, a wnference was to be held today "to talk tbe matter over." la.cby ffajmed Betidix. and John P. Mahoney, vicepresident o1 the company, were to nitet witb the e.veicuiive committee of the union. The members of this committer, se ve u i ji uuui ber . a re a mon g tbe workers who have refused to Jf-ave t h e lien d ix fact ory shit T uesday morning when they were ordfi"d to put down iheii tools, following their demand for a closed ebop, and tbe ailia ndoument of the Bendix Employee association, which has ben termed a company union. 1iMiee f'r Trouble Whether or not tbe member of the committee will be allowed to return i their self-imposed imprison men t aft er t tie cout erence could not be learned. Today's meeting will be tbe firat forward sU-p in atratgh tuning tilings out ill tied on Page 4 GARCEAU SPEAKS HERE LAST NIGHT George C. Caree.au, Jn of ludi-anapulis. was the principal speaker at a meeting of the Parke-Veraill-liou Medical awriety beld at the Vermillion County hospital last nigbt. Dale Oerpeck, M. D.( aaaociate of Dr. Garee.au. and formerly f Clinton was a guest. Dr. Garceau spoke on "Fractures of tbe fcpine and Hip " ' A dinnT was served at 7 p. m. followed by the address and meet-in. mwr'WTT3 CONTRIBUTIONS TO RED CROSS Following is a list of several more contributors and t heir donations to the Red Cross: Mrs. Tony Marietta. II: Mr. and Mrs. Clint Mauship. II: Tony Ave, 13; Mrs. Mary Iorman, 50 cents. i

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