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18 Jul 1936

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18 Jul 1936

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Burlington Daily Times News (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Burlington, North Carolina Weather partly Cloudy tonight and sunday the daily times news s pages today Alamance county a Only daily newspaper bpopu15nsnt.r. 21,000 devoted to the up building of a bigger better Burlington Tyr a 80,000 published daily except sunday volts associated press service Burlington n. A saturday july 18. 1936 full Nea service no. 120 Clevenger death mystery deepens its youth and aged d emphasized at will remain Youngve Mumeet Neutral in Campaign capture of thwarted Assassin camera flashes struggle that saved ruler. Greensboro. July 18.�?<� a mrs. Thomas f. Mcallister of grand rapids National f Lunitte Ermun of the Young democrats declared in an address today at the morning session of the fifth North Carolina convention of Young democrats that a for the. To i it a. Ant time in our history it to rec convention Kules Mot a gamed by our party that government has an obligation to the youth of the country and to our aged. To the labourer to the consumer. The delivering the main address of the occasion the grand rapids woman declared that the democratic party Recognises the obligation of the government to a Zabol , july 18.-Iap j �?�.1 the Townsend National 9017-be or a cities and to relieve the mention adopted today a res farm wife of her enslaving toil and solution declaring that the Drudgery old age pension organisation governor Nomine Clyde r to Side with any candidate study pension questions a shall not at any time during this Campaign directly hey. Of Shelby who had been programmed to speak at the morn ing session was made the principal or indirectly xxx endorse speaker at the luncheon session at any presidential or vice be o Henry hotel by reason of presidential this waa the answer of the Townsend convention to the Oft it or asked question of Thich Way the that the Nator had be a Townsend family would throw its vote in november. There were 1 con a the inability of senator j. Vav. Bailey to attend Bailey had been scheduled to address the luncheon but word was some few delegates who said they wanted to endorse specific presidential candidates. They obviously were much in the minority however since there Arete Only a few scattered noes As the Resolution was adopted. A 1200 monthly pension for the aged was uppermost in the hearts and minds of the Delegate political ramifications of the convention for the most pan failed to Atli their interest. Or. Francis e. Townsend the idolized Leader of the rank Ana file delegates has announced he would not vote for either president Roosevelt or governor Landon. He told newsmen he would not it tempt to a coerce Quot his Follower Bat that he personally would support work for and a help elect Quot representative Lemke of North Dakota Union party presidential candidate. Leroy Martin of Raleigh permanent convention chairman presided at the morning meeting held in the King Cotton ballroom. Robert l. Proctor of Marlon introduced or. Mcallister. The meeting was More than one hour behind schedule in convening. Heat ravaged immediate arrest areas renew White suspect is Hope As Rains planned by police break wave flashed across Rie Ocean in record time. And rushed to the times news. This remarkable Nea service Radlo photo brings you the tense scene on cons Titu non Hill. Near Buckingham Palace in London a bystanders and police struggle to subdue George Andrew Mahon after the journalist flourished a revolver at King Edward Chi in an apparent assassination attempt Mahon feet braced against being pushed toward i the curb by his captors is seen in the Center spectators intent on watching the passing Royal Parade Eye the scuffle in Surprise. Four counties to probe votes a fascist movement revolt rocks Spain As Many die boards of elections to launch investigations into alleged irregularities. Raleigh july 18.�? aha Raymond c. Maxwell Secretary of the state Board of elections said today lie had been informed county boards of election in four counties would launch investigations soon into alleged irregularities and ule Galiti in the j by 4 primary the Forsyth county Board will Chicago july 18.�? rep. William Lemke Ltd a. Commented Quot that does no to Hurt my candidacy a bit Quot when informed to Day that the Cleveland Conven i Start Jug probe essay. Those in of Townsend plan Rowan and Surry counties on july had void against an organza on and that Cleveland on july endorsement of any presidents j 3f or vice presidential candidate the a p Hoard of elections or Lemke presidential candidate of inquiries in the counties the new Union party which has in Yang pm clip and Blithe expressed backing of re. I n r w Ardon nine Are slain in revolt of Spanish troops the expressed Cam i i cd. Rom by after or. R w Mcdory Charles Coughlin added that the d r. Vinston Balem. Defeat d Resolution Doest say anything candidate charged about associates unwilling to be quoted said they expected that when Lemke appeared before the Townsend convention tomorrow or. I Francis e Townsend author of the pension plan would give him his i personal endorsement. Gubernatorial i counties. Candidate charged took place in the sectional rounds Louis manager files big suit Public services Are in hands of rebellious troops. General strike is declared forces on Uno and sea being mobilized to quell revolt army planes in action against rebel troops government says attack has been frustrated. By the associated press land and sea Force were mobilised today by the government to _ ,.pr, .rn., or Gnu in heavy fighting Spanish Morocco. Definite end to heat wave is forecast As Rains fall. Many sections Are relieved Chicago july 18.�? widespread Rains and Cooling breezes brought Promise of a definite end to the heat wave today in three states where withering temperatures in the past 15 i Days claimed More than 1800 a lives nearly half of a nationwide total of 4470. Tho states were Minnesota we Here 772 perished. Michigan with 617 dead and Wisconsin with 469 in addition. Forecaster j f Lloyd said that the worst probably was Over in North Dakota where the death rate was lower but the crop damage High no Relief was in sight for Sou a Dakota. Nebraska or Kansas but elsewhere in the Northwest and North Central states which sheltered for More than two weeks under temperatures Topping the Hundred Mark at least temporary-1 Relief had arrived or was in Prospect he said showers Over Many sections of the com Belt started a flood Quot of Selling in the Chicago pits and Corn futures plunged downward the four rents permitted in a single Days trading As the Market opened the break was the Mast severe in a drought inspired Bull Market which hoisted values 30 i Petita a Bushel in a month. Other Rains also Weie lower cooler weather will remain in Minnesota Michigan and wisc on i sin for the next three or four Davs at least. Forecaster Lloyd predicted the heaviest rainfall in the drought area was recorded it Madison wis w Ith 34 of an Inch s other Points where showers fell on parched crops included Charles City lows. 24 of an in a Lacrosse. Wis., .16, and Salute so Marie. Mich., 94 at Chicago St Louis Kansas City and Cincinnati Cloudy skies hid the Sun and kept temperatures Down today at Milwaukee and fit Paul however it was Clear the temperature shot up authorities continue to question negro Bellboy As mystery surrounding death of Young girl fails to Clear. Negro answers description of Man seen near Mer room. Min Clevenger twelve killed As earthquake hits Colombia Asheville Tuy 18.�? polite chief William j. Everett in noun de this aftem Nen that in in Rev 27-rear-old negro Hellborn at fashionable bitter i it re hotel had absolved of ans connection with the mysterious slaving of 18-Yejr-cld Helen Clevenger of new York. By Frank b Gilbreth 4s.ociated pres stat writer. Asheville july 18.�? a chief of detectives Fred Jone it announced today he expected the Lomedia a arrest of a White suspect in the mysterious assault killing of Blond Helen Clevenger of new York. He declined to discuss or fore Cav further pending development the announcement came As police questioned a negro Bellboy who sheriff Lawrence f Brown said fitted the description of g Man seen in the. Doorway of the darkened hotel room of the pretty new York University Honor student several hours before her cold body was i found the negro. 27-year-old Joe Urey who went off duty at fashionable Battery Park hotel just before the time investigators believed the new York University Honor student was shot and stabbed by an attempted ravished was lodged in jail by police last night with no charge preferred As they delved into his act Iona during the tragic period Early thursday morning sheriff Brown Kent into conference with j f a up a War ships were dispatched to the area to Aid forces which bombed Casablanca. French Morocco. J i it up Dpi strongholds \ number of 18 a it by Telephone to Paris a Pic i. A a nine were killed in the revolt of funerals and officer in Spain were Spanish troops at Mel Lila. Spanish arrested in connection with the up Morocco today said inhabitants of rising the Spanish zone who crowed the y Alp government announced the. At Wausa. Neb., 114 at Phoenix is reported Ari 110 Concordia. Kaha i Ron. 8 d. Wichita. A and Sioux City Iowa. No precipitation was in sight for Oklahoma Cloudy weather was by Alexander h. A he copyright 1936, associated press Madrid july 18 a opt army1 forecast for tonight and tomorrow planes bombed rebellious troops a Montana and Wyoming i h Morocco the ministry of the sly a a Tiv cooler due tomorrow in the extreme Eastern portion of in City country club Here announcement of the club s selection by the u. S. Golf association was made at Pinehurst yesterday by Richard s. Tufts Secretary of the Carolina Golf association. Winston Salem. July 18 _. _ ,. A a a the sectional qualifying rounds for manager of Joe lout says c har Frontier into French territory. Revolt As a broken Quot after it had i it nor announced today in quell-1 Montana and northeastern portions the National Amateur Golf Torrn Acier a a defamed by dope they added that any been forced to take a Radical end or a sudden revolt which broke of Wyoming int will b. Played Over the twin Story. My no ism ,7 a Gen a. To. The. a it maim. And Apt Aad to Otho. Chicago a Quot uly 18.�?up a charting was called there after the army i Madrid and the remainder of parts of the Spanish their characters had been defamed had taken Possession of All civilian p for ast Coul a i Par Ned i the under Secretary of state who by statements that Joe Louis negro Post j. In i made the announcement denied Boxer had been a doped Quot prior to nearly All Public services were remained comparatively Calm Dur wed Ead Woore that had his fight with Max Schmeling in reported in the hands of the rebel ing the disorders but authorities. ,. V. It Julian a. Nous troops. We Hose aim was said to took strict precautions to preserve of n Chuter revolt on the Span tue ii erred. Nln Hia july 18.�? tvs twelve bodies were found today in the ruins of earthquake revenger the girls father who a. Shaken Tuque res. Rived Here last night from their it a believed however that Home at great kills Staten Island. The number of casualties from the n y also present were the girl disaster which struck yesterday Uncle. W l Clevenger professor would not he Large because a mat n c 8tate College at Raleigh levity of the inhabitants have been who found her body about seven living in provisional wooden hut hours after Abe was slain and in their Bach Yards Ince the Earth Mother Uncle. C. B Clevenger also quake last november and Janu member of the College s faculty Ary. Sheriff Brown said the crime a the first Relief divisions arrived neared of local spontaneous origin from Ilia los and paste. Colombia. I hut that he wished to get All to amps where the Spanish town Ible information from the father As a founded in 1549. 75 Miles from i to connections of the Petite coed the ecuadorean benders formerly which might have played a part it. Existed. Her death the body of the 18-year-old girl new York july 18 tip details whose assailant gashed her face of a disastrous earthquake which before killing her with a pistol to virtually destroyed Tuque res co her breast was prepared for burial tour nah a or yesterday leaving and will leave tonight for Piqua thousands homeless were anxiously o her parents Are natives of awaited Here today. Ohio the father coming from communications failed shortly Shelby after the Shock and had not been the girl was bom in a shag restored Early today. Ion d. C. E first report said that serious her father bearing up Well but shocks had been Felt at past. Iii showing Strain will accompany the Miles from Tuque res causing body her Mother reported in heavy was feared there hew York dispatches As crushed had been loss of Many lives. By grief remained at Home for the pasta is the capital of the de a emf. Being. Spa official has heart attack the weather ish Granite Falls july 18�? Pic a. 8 Teague. 45. Of Granite Falls Mainland but acknowledged spa Field Engineer died of a North Carolina partly Cloudy tonight and sunday mattered thundershowers sunday afternoon in mountains. Winds Sandy Hook to Hatteras gentle to moderate South and Southwest winds becoming northerly sunday and generally fair weather followed by local thundershowers Over North portion late tonight or sunday and probably Over South portion sunday. Hatteras to Jacksonville moderate winds mostly Southwest to West and partly overcast weather tonight and sunday with scattered showers. Temperatures Charlotte. July 18.�?i official weather Bureau records of temperature and rainfall for the 24 hours ending at 8 a. In in the principal Cotton growing areas and elsewhere new York last month. Black. Louis manager and John be the seizure of control of the gov 0der w Roxborough. Blacks agent flied eminent. I suit for 8104.0.0 damages each to details of the uprising were scarce a Gibraltar was in the hands of theto Mottle near Here today Dav a Aalst Sheridan a Bateaux since communications were it be r Quot government Cesared ii q a copning said the heart a negro private detective i tween the French and iranian a a a Quot a it a Nln Ltd a a attack Rusert the death. He said a Story which gave Bruseaux As zones but Frontier reports gave the proclaiming a a aate of Quot a report reaching French Borj he found not a single injury on authority for the charge Louis was impression the situation was Seri-1 m a be mar eng Der Points but not confirmed from the body that would have been a doped printed this week in the Ous. A a a Phi j1 any official source said there was fatal Chicago evening american was the these reports said that the first Quot no to fled to nah fight my Al a numb or of Fin finish several boys Riding with Teague the autonomous at Ceuta moroc 0�?T just opposite bullets into the body of husband basis of the suit. Irvin c. Mol son. Attorney for Black and Roxborough said. In it Bruseaux was quoted at. Say trouble appeared among troops Sta number of Spanish i several toys Nam a a Ere slightly Hurt. Territory from the Spanish zone honed at the International Bridge 151 rebellious troops held nearly All including Cadiz Sevilla and surviving Teague is his widow Miles from anglers and spread Public service it was reported in Barcelona. Direct advices from i and the t daughters rapidly throughout the Spanish it an attempt said to be aimed at Seiz Barcelona however said that cat 1 my that a sister of Louis mrs eur zone. Ing control of government. 1 alonians City was Calm Lalia Gaines of Detroit. Mich., it entered especially at Larache military authorities in territory most of the bombing was at charged Louis was Given a hypo Arzila. Elsar and Melilla adjacent to the apartment of Narno. Located in he there was no specific charge Andes tablelands Tuque res. With against the Bellboy described As 8500 persons lie near a Volcano i Light coloured. Bespectacled More than 13,000 feet in Altitude Well educated and weighing about the department of Narino of 575 pounds fee Ted by the earthquake has a sheriff Brown said that. Consid population of 2000, ering the dim hallway Light and the negro s color and cultured Voace Vinman a it a fit be might easily have fitted the Fig wilful i ii co i ivc up desc bed by e b Pittman of Raleigh a guest in the hotel As standing just within the girl s room shortly after screams came from her direction in the Small hours thursday. He was taken into custody after police found a Reddish stained shirt at his Home police chief w j. Everett who was in charge of today s questioning said the stains would be Analysed during the Day. injected in his Arm before although it was first declared the guarded their frontiers the fight dissidents were from the Spanish Means of communication mrs. Gaines later denied the j statement credited to her. Continued on Page eight weather Outlook _ weather Outlook for week begin the aged couple quarrelled at break zone of trouble Ceuta and Melilla the ministry Nink monday july 29 fast. With Lively slapping hts wife Newberry. S c. July 18 a i tip a Coroner s jury charged mrs. I Leora c Lively 60. With killing her 65-year-old husband. Lawrence. At thei Rhome in the St. Phillips Community today. Last night evidence at the inquest was that to former police chief accused of collusion with kidnappers of the Interior statement said. I a Quot South Atlantic states consid _ from in an official communique the Erable cloudiness with scattered to Spain were rigidly controlled by the government said government which eventually issued a new criminal attack on he a communique declaring Republic has been frustrated. The Quot part of the army representing government did not wish to and Spain in Morocco has risen in arms dress the country until it Learned against the Republic revolting against the legitimately constituted Power. Continued on Page eight station h. L. Rainfall Asheville. 86 64 1.06 Atlanta. 86 70 .08 Augusta. 94 74 .02 Birmingham 88 68 1.42 Charleston. 94 74 .00 Charlotte. 94 p .00 Chicago. I 70 i Columbia. 94 la no Denver. 96 68 .00 Detroit. 90 64 .00 Evansville. 92 76 .00 Greensboro. #. 92 68 .00 Hatteras. 84 76 .00 Jacksonville 86 64 .66 Kev West. 88 80 .00 Little Rolt a. 94 80 .00 los Angeles. 94 74 .00 Memphis. 90 80 .00 Meridian. 92 70 1.34 Miami. 90 80 of Mobile. 94 70 .02 new Orleans 94 78 .00 new York 84 70 .00 Raleigh. 94 72 of san Antonio 92 70 .00 san Francisco 68 54 re Spartanburg 91 69 .08 t n a. 90 78 .00 Washington. 92 70 .00 Wilmington 90 76 .00 St Paul 18.�? a confessed kidnapper s alteration that former police chief Tom Brown was figured by gangster for a $25,003 a a Cut in proceeds of the 1100,000 William Hamm kidnapping was met with silence by tha accused Man today As safety commissioner Gas Bai ass announced he would follow Brown s suspension from th1 department when a full investigation. Quot i have nothing to say Quot was Browne a reply to the accusation made yesterday by Byron Bolton government witness in the trial of p. Pelter former St. Pau night club owner charged Tutti participating in the kidnapping. Said Barfuss a when the trial is concluded. Brown will be Given an Opportunity to explain if further investigation shows i had any association with the kidnappers or kidnapping not proper for a police officer. He will be do argeo and All information which we gather and which the Federal government has obtained will be used in half an Nour after Bolton s fitness stand Ier ration Barful suspended Brown from his Post As record number of tourists visit head of the police automobile theft department a without prejudice a pending further inquiry. Bol a testified that when the a Knap divided the Ransom Mon Fafa i lie year by on july 25, 1933 at a hideout in lt1 Ilia i Cai Long Lake. 111., the Bank notes Al Reudy had been changed for a god More at least a week before at hero Nev. He said that at the meeting with fre a to a is Georg j a Shotgun Quot be Ler later by the gang a. Iced Peifer to stay Over a few Days after the split up was made and Peifer said a no. I have this $40 003 and a lot of it does t belong to in and i want to get Back to St Paul with Quot i received $7800,&Quot the witness continued. Each of the others who took part in the kidnapping itself got $7800 arid $25 000 was Raleigh july 18.�?pp or. Bruce Etheridge director of conservation and development said today be ports from every part of the state indicated there were More tourism in North Carolina now than there had been in several years. The director said he was convinced from letters and reports he had received that the department s new Booklet Quot come to North Carolina Quot and the new color map of the Highway department had played an important part in drawing visitors to the state. C. M. Waymick. Chairman of the set aside for Tom Brown and $10, j Highway and Public works com 000 for j Mission also said he had reports Peifer Bolton said. Tole. The gang of increased tourist travel. C. W. He had Quot gotten word from Brown Roberts president of the Carolina to take the people Freddie bar motor club notified Waynick his Ker and Paula out of a organization was receiving More hideout House in an exclusive res woman and Small child Are found beaten to death Cal showers most of week temperatures near Normal. A few minutes later. And left to himself pending interrogation. The thief said the Law a their Quot son permits a 48-hour detention for cu0 the North with questioning without charges. Said she went to the porch a. A Tom a would m. A pistol and fired five bullets into Berett Aid Puou a interview the negro today to see her he could identify the voice. Aviator impressed with the a casualness of Hindenburg Pittman employee of the state banking department at Raleigh testified at a Coroner s inquest yesterday that he heard screams went into the Hall and asked the Man in the door across the Way. A did you near that a he received no reply Charlotte july 18�? Pic when Al Back to a cafe and found the same until after a second remark. 1 Bott White Springs Ace aviator girl sitting at the Sam table. The the Man. Dimly outlined in Reft h Gurtne the world War. South Caro chairs however had been reinforced Light from the hallway answer Tina textile manufacturer and aued Quot i pm a yes that s what i was won Thor passed through Here after a a did she remember you As a journey from Europe aboard the Friend during the War a hinder birr. Editor j. E. Dowd of j a yes hut she was t sure which i the Charlotte news was curious War i about the Tup a did of u inspect any Cotton Mills ver since j was arrested. I Don t said or. Dowd or Spring abroad Quot i even know if my wife knows Dering the negro in jail asked reporters and photographers a what is this procedure anyway i have been answering questions Erie. A. July 18�? it it it a the wife of a sunday school teacher and her 2-year-old baby were found beaten to death today in their Home and a second child so badly injured he May not live. Nice Etc inter police detained Samuel c. Weed 0 Day and three the 40-year-old father and husband who was found two squares from his House where the Driver of an automobile said the Man had you Tell me about your trip said or Springs a certainly. It was positively painless a went aloft after supper at Frankfort and a yes the president of one of where i am. The finest plants in Germany took t am not concerned with hew a dental District of St. Paul. A Peifer said that Brown got continued on Page eight car. The dead Are or. Irene Weed. 32. And David. Charles Weed 4, is in the Hospital where Weed also was taken for treatment of injuries. Patrolman Carl Malinowski said Weed told him he struck his wife they closed the bar in the smoking room and we were ready for breakfast in new York it s free of noise vibrating rolling and pitching ifs or an audio Minour Saio me Man Naa 1 __., la. Pvcp1 a,.,,erf of juror in from i. Its cold running water and plenty of room children travel half fare and a business Man can radio his office and get an answer in two a what feature about the Zeppelin impressed you most a a the casualness of the whole i me through his a what did he show you Quot a american a what did you do then Quot sold him some of this looks a he added As photographers sought to pose him. At yesterdays inquest and throughout the questioning wit a Nesses who saw the strange mar requests for information and rout and children. He quoted Weed As Ings than it had in its 15 years of saying operation and had been forced to a have Thoy gone to heaven yet add eight employees at Charlotte that a where i wanted to handle the information. I them. But How will you get paid for in the hotel that fatal night have it Quot i been unable to say whether he a. By barter. I will ship him my new a White Man or a negro double draft roving frames and he several guests occupying rec 1. Wall ship me in Exchange a new i on miss Clevenger s floor sax German automobile with the eng me they heard a woman screams at in the rear and tank and spare tire about i a. In. But the crime was in the i not discovered until 8 30 a in a do you think that such a car is Clad in Green pyjamas she Lay practicable Quot on the floor her legs crumpled a i dont know and please Don t i beneath her body As if police thing even the windows were left ask me about the roving open All the Way Over. A did you visit any of your old to Send i battlefields or. Springs a a yes indeed. Or. Dowd. I went a How did you find France Quot a i could t. I tried to use my own French at the Airport and landed in Switzerland she was begging for mercy when the killer fired prior to the arrest of the a Etc continued on Page eight

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