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Chicago Daily Illini (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Chicago, IllinoisA Jagt Viii of of America s oldest College dallies the Liling was left to obtain full m it i mwv1v student newspaper of the University of Illinois a by it Only i to Clamp sign Community -of-r�,#0� sixty fifth year four pages Urban Champaign saturday july 18, 1936 three cents in railroads editor s speech ends local Railroad week program Downs Green talk v a by Dave welding �?T37. Sounding a note of Confidence in the Quot Fitti ire of the american railroads wild at the same time dwelling extensively on the evils of governmental interference Samuel Dunn editor of Quot railway age a last night addressed More than 200 Cham i it sign turban a civic leaders and Railroad officials at the Champaign county club. Yesterdays afternoon of Golf and the evening banquet brought to a close the commemoration of National Railroad week in Champaign. Listeners at the meeting also heard a Short speech by l. A. Downs president of the Illinois Central Railroad. Downs cites improvement a or. Downs who first came Hete 45 years ago As a Purdue Sophomore to see his school downed by a historic score of 90 to 0, cited recent advances of railroads in the Fields of new trains air conditioning pickup and delivery of freight and faster schedules for both freight and passenger. Trains. The new Deal Donald a Richberg and the interstate Commerce commission figuratively Quot took Quot a beating As a h i. Green toastmaster and committee chairman denounced the recapture of earnings Bill and declared the railroads would be la a is and Bounds ahead of where they Are had the interstate Commerce commission never been organized. Swiss uniquely successful asserting Public sentiment is distinctly unfavourable to government ownership of railroads or. Dunn said that Only in one country Switzerland has government Assumption of such ownership followed a popular vote. A in All other cases where governments have taken control of railroads it has followed bankruptcy due to governmental interference a he Federal and state governments Are paving the Way to bankruptcy by subsidies in competitive transportation and regulation of railroads while Quot giving others a free hand or. Dun i warned decries Railroad subsidies a is the Public going to favor application to railroads of subsidies and other government policies which will make private ownership impossible i think not a he cried. Dismissing possible Competition from Waterways with a casual wave. Of his hand or. Dunn asked Quot How i much is a waterway from Chicago to Cairo Worth when compared with i an Industry which paid $450,000,000 / for wages and purchases from local i industries in 1929 in this state j alone a j citing statistics to Bear out his a Contention governmental interference was holding Back recovery or. Dunn stated that in the depression j of 1870, 40 per cent additional j freight was being shipped six years i later than in any previous period / for the depression of 1890 he cited h a similar figure of 30 per cent. J a describes expansion period i but six years after the Depres Slon of 1929, 40 per cent less freight tar being a shipped a he asserted. He then quoted from an author who wrote in 1879. Quot fortunately rail roads free from governmental interference have been Able to work out their own summing up Railroad history for the past three decades my Duhn revealed the Start of the safety movement in the decade Between 1906-16, and the phenomenal expansion of the period a from 1916-26 was the period of Ali Ewar and government operation after which roads began spending for speedy service and other improvements. A a does no to like Rig Jim but 1926-36 is different fro i Ariy other period in the nations history he f declared. A a in a wondering just howl Long it is possible to make a depression included in this history was a Starvey of the Railroad expenditures. My Dunn took a dig at a big Jim Farley who caustically referred to m Alf Landon As the governor of a i a Quot typical Prairie state a when he cited data revealing eight a typical Prairie states spent $661,000,000 for wages and $339.000,000 in 1920. Uis Sally met with sets record i i san Antonio tex., july 17.�? at Queen ii Sumatra tigress at the Brackenridge Park zoo was the i Mother today of quadruplets Ifred Stark zoo director said he j could find no records of a similar j . The unused states. I a fsr Young negro Bellhop Muy furnish clue to murder of Helen Clevenger flashes of late news believe negro killer dead 2 others held West Francfort 111., july 18 a saturday a at police Here tonight reported that a one Man suspected of killing a Railroad detective at Carbondale yesterday afternoon had Quot been killed Here tonight and two others captured. Names of the slain Man and the two captured were not immediately Learned Clifford Mick and Lee Mcdill West Frankfort police and Deputy sheriff Orllie Durris a made the capture in a Wood near Here after three men were reported in a car resembling that taken from or. And mrs. O. House. Both of the other men captured were wounded and removed tonight to a Hospital Here. The shooting took place after Midnight. Story on Page three. Harvard girl students break old traditions Cambridge mass., july 17. A a a Harvard summer. School girl students broke another old tradition by bathing today in the trough of a pump recently restored in the University Yard. One Gii-1 at a time a total of six a splashed about in the Roomy trough in bathing suits Yard police reported while one of their number pumped the handle vigorously. The pump is a duplicate of one in which Harvard students frequently a a ducked each other at the turn of the present Century. Two fight bloodless Duel Buenos Aires july 17. A up a a Radical and a conservative Deputy paced off 25 Steps wheeled and fired one shot each today and then left the Field of Honor unscathed and reconciled Over a political argument. Deputy Lopez Mariano the Radical and Deputy Alberto Carus the conservative fought their bloodless Duel on a farm near the suburb of Avellaneda in the presence of other members of tie chamber. Pickets Force editor to lock doors Wooster of july 17. A up a a group of men forced Glenn Oyster manager of the press a weekly paper at nearby Rittman to close his establishment today. Oyster said he acceded to their demand to lock his doors. The press published an editorial yesterday sympathetic to employees of the Ohio boxboard company who wish to return to their jobs despite a strike of Union workers. Wardall funeral at 3 30 . Today the funeral services for miss Ruth Wardall late head of the department of Home economics who died from a heart attack wednesday in the Lakeview Hospital Danville will be held at 3 30 p. Today in the Mckinley memorial Church Champaign. The Rev. J. Walter Malone is returning Early from his vacation in Holland. Mich., to officiate at theft neral friends who wish to View the body May a Call at the Church from 11 a to 3 p. Burial will be in the Tuscola cemetery. Pallbearers will to h. W. Mumford Dean of the College of agriculture j c. Blair head of the department of horticulture r. D. Weaver Urbana w. W. Reeves Tuscola w g. Palmer 1 Urbana and Edward Rogers Champaign. Asheville n c. Biily 17. a a 25-y�artold negro Bellhop was taken into custody tonight for questioning while police sought a solution to the baffling murder of Helen Clevenger pretty 17-Ye�r-old new York University Honor student. The negro booked As Joe Urey will be questioned tomorrow police said. A it the1bellboy was not summoned As a witness to a coroners inquest toddy. Two other Bellboy who testified a said Urey went off duty at Midnight wednesday an hour before the indicated time the girl was slain in her hotel room witnesses Tell of screams inquest witnesses told How screams and groans presumably from miss Clevenger a room carried to other guests at the fashionable hotel above the Roar of a thunderstorm but they were unable to Lead the jury to a solution of the mystery. The jury returned a verdict Only of a a death at the hands of person or persons renew Hunt for Ravioli or simultaneously t with the verdict officers resumed their investigation with renewed intensity with a Man variously described As a Over five feet to six feet tall weighing from 150 to 175 pounds As a main objective. Such a Man was reported fleeing through a the hotel lobby and out into the Stormy night hatless during the period when authorities said they believed an intruder attempted to assault the girl then stabbed her in the face and killed her with a pistol against her breast. Sheriff Lawrence e. Brown said evidence indicated the Little blonde went to her room about 10 30 p. Witness describes a visitors physicians established that ravishing had been attempted despite the fact she was fully Clad in pyjamas at 8 30 a. A when her Uncle prof a l. Clevenger of North Carolina state College said he went to arouse her Only to find her cold in death on the floor her legs crumpled beneath her body As if police said she was begging for mercy when the killer struck. E. B. Pittman 32, employee of the state banking department at Raleigh said he rushed from his room which was almost across from the girls Only to find everything quiet and did no to investigate finally however he discerned a my no a figure within the threshold of what he Learned later was miss Clevenger s partly opened door. Pittman said he asked the Man thinking he was another curious guest a did Yoh hear those screams a there was no reply Pittman said until after he made some other remark whereupon the person answered a yes that s what i was wondering dismissing the matter Pittman said he returned . Imprisoned irishman defies British court Londonderry Northern Ireland july 17. A a a a heavily chained and guarded Irish Republican tonight defiantly challenged the right of a British court to bring him before the bar of Justice. Hugh Mcateer or. One of six men seized today in the Royal Ulster constabulary a ceaseless War against the revolutionary Irish Republican organization declared before the Bench a i deny the right of the court to try me or any citizen of the Irish sixty eight Sticks of go Lignite a Gelatin dynamite enough to blast away a City formed the main exhibit in the Short he amp ring for the six men. Too much business Davenport la.,-july 17. a Devonport florists reported today the demand for Flowers for funerals of heat victims Here Lias caused a shortage of Flowers. Englishmen swamp Scotland Yard with versions of attempted shooting London july 17.�?<a>>�?King Edwards grateful subjects poured by the dozens upon Busy Scotland Yard today to Tell the fateful Story of Constitution Hill while physicians examined a seeming would be Assassin in a prison Hospital mental Ward. The Quot Yard said its officers were flooded by callers in response to an Appeal for versions of what happened hard by Wellington Arch yesterday. Stenographers took. Scores of pages of depositions for sifting evidence in the Case \ against. George Andrew Mcmahon Bald crippled irishman whom his neighbors called with British restraint Quot rather a a charge of carrying a revolver with intent to. A a endanger life still stood against Mcmahon although he was reported authoritatively to have declared today has loaded. Revolver was not knocked from his hand As the King Rode by but instead that to threw it deliberately in the Street near the King. He had no intention to insisted again of shooting the Monarch. A 1 late this afternoon after a Day of official business the King drove from Buckingham Palace to York House. Waiting crowds cheered lustily and Edward acknowledged the acclamation with nods. It a in Glasgow news of the affair was kept from the aged bedridden toothed of Mcmahon mrk John Jahnigan. A Mcmahon a wife in London said a whatever it Means to me i shall stick by she. Work s in a dress shop. Mcmahon who changed his name from Jerome Bannigan several years ago dabbled in journalism and. Once kept a Herb shop his neighbors said. Changes residence president Azana a b. Bruner asks in study courses Columbia University professor Speaks before final session of curriculum conference declaring that a we could dump forty thousand courses of our curriculum into the Atlantic Ocean with Little loss to american education a Herbert b. Bruner Columbia University professor last night put Forth a Challenge to 500 Illinois High school teachers and administrators. With Quot a stinging indictment of present Day courses or. Bruner climaxed the University a first conference on the curriculum revision which had been in session on the Campus since monday. He spoke in Smith memorial building. 1 a Many dully descriptive Quot few courses Tell with accuracy the Story of human Progress or Deal with the realities of some of the Large problems of today that he cried. Quot most of them Are dully descriptive and chronologically historical in we educators have a sort of socioeconomic illiteracy a he charged and confine ourselves too strictly to subject matter Fields. In a briskly spoken tirade or. Bruner exclaimed assails Lack of reality Quot tens of thousands of helpless men women and children die each year because they could not get their share of the abundance which our nation can produce. Countless perish because known provisions for health have not been available. A even now. 12 million men and women Are Idle or on work Relief and you and i in education stand by bewildered and seemingly helpless. There is the great Challenge to curriculum the speaker assailed the a neatly worded objectives and scholarly prepared subject matter and termed them a but formal minutiae unless they come to treat a with reality some of the crucial problems upon which the happiness and misery of men women and children most Compromise ideals or. Bruner described americans Pursuit of Liberty and Equality As Pursuit of two conflicting ideals that must be a it is for America to determine the balance it wants Between the two a he said. Education toward making this Star of decision is the kind of education in a talking about a or. Bruner averred. Preceding or. Bruner stalk Russell to Gregg assistant principal of University High school and chairman of the conference presented an a overview of the Spais Cut off Okoji world All Telephone communication heavily censored revolt suspected cause London july 18. A saturday a a a the Reuters British news Agency said today Telephone communication by tweet spa in arid the a rest of the world had been Cut off. The Agency stated tie cause was believed to be a serious political an official of the British Telephone company stated Quot we have been notified no Calls will be accepted in Spain tonight a Reuters dispatch from Paris stated a cryptic message was received reporting incidents had occurred in the province of Clenca Southeast of Madrid. The associated press in Paris contacted Barcelona on Spain a East coast All was reported Al diet but the Telephone Call was Cut off before it was completed. The Reuters Agerty in a dispatch from Gibraltar said there were reports of intense activity in the la Linea customs House. Heat holds to stricken Corn Belt daily deaths drop from 3o td30 gives Alf a plug disorders including Many strikes have shaken the country since the leftist government was selected in february. Unofficial estimates place the number of dead in five months of troubles at Between 200 and 300. With perhaps 100 wounded. The assassination of Jose Calvo Sotelo monarchist Leader created new tension Early this week. Hundreds of fascists wore rounded up thursday and arms and ammunition were seized. There were rumours of military moves and a possible government crisis. Gibraltar july 18. A saturday a a3 a persistent rumours a revolt had broken out in Cartagena on the Southeast coast of Spain circulated Early today at la Linea Spanish City just North of Here. Only official communications were being permitted to Madrid from la Linea and Gibraltar. La Linea and the towns near t were quiet. Madrid july 18. A saturday a a3 a strict censorship was being applied Early today on Telephone Calls to and from Madrid. Officials said heavy precautions against disorder were being taken throughout the country but that Tranquillity prevailed. President Manuel Azana urgently left the presidential Home at 10 30 Last night and took up residence at the National Palace. Summer session entertainment today the Observatory will have its regular open House from 8 30 toll i m., and the second weekly program of phonograph records will be Given. Tickets for the open a House May a be obtained at the Bursars window in the administration building. The phonograph record program will be at 8 p in. Ill 200 Smith memorial Hall. The program will consist for the most part of German lieder including Baches Quot a minor suite for flute and strings and the Brahms a academic festival overture. Dean Carmichael to speak at Vesper service Robert d. Carmichael Dean of the graduate school will be the principal speaker at the sunday evening Vesper service at 7. P. Tomorrow on the Steps of the auditorium. Or. Carmichael will use for his topic a beyond the foregoing dispatch received in London by Telephone was ended by the associated press correspondent at Madrid with the remark a this is All i am allowed to Tell will Appeal for mrs. Bolton a life Chicago july 17�? uple a Public defender mapped tonight an Appeal to be made thursday in an attempt to save mrs. Mildred Mary Bolton 46, from becoming the first woman in Cook county to be executed for a crime. Since 1840 Only three other women in Cook county have received the death penalty. All escaped executions in appeals. Mrs. Bolton was convicted last night of the murder of her estranged husband Joseph Bolton jr., an insurance broker she admitted shooting to death in his office june 15. A jury required Only 42 minutes to return its verdict with the recommendation of death in the electric chair. Benjamin Bachrach appointed by the court to defend the self made widow at her trial said he did not feel the Case warranted the death penalty. A this was not premeditated murder Quot he said. A it was the outgrowth of a the weather forecasts recordings Illinois generally fair in South unsettled in North scattered thundershowers 4in extreme North saturday and in South sunday warmer in extreme South Satur a a Diana generally fair in South unsettled in North local thundershowers in extreme Northwest saturday and in North sunday warmer in extreme South saturday. Wisconsin local thundershowers saturday and sunday not much change in temperature. Missouri generally fair saturday and Stin Dav continued warm. Local weather report maximum------100 7 -----77 minimum -----68 2 ------98 mean daily a 89.8 7 .----------92 Sunrise today 4 42 10 -----86 Sunset today 7 29 2 a.m.-�?__�?-79 a mean humidity .p9.3 precipitation none total pro Dpi amp to a .43. Average barometer 29.86 wind direction Northeast High wind 5 Miles weather condition Clear Ajohn r. Mccario who has just v finished 15 years As comptroller general of the United states said yesterday hat if Alf Landon is elected president he will guide one of the most economical administrations a in Many a Story on Page three flaming air plane crashes in Field two bodies found Leamon mrs. Muss Elmari of Montana believed to be occupants Farmers see disaster fair Oaks ind., july 18. A saturday a a3 a two bodies believed to be those of William g. Leamon and mrs. B. Mii Snellman both of Anaconda mont., were found near the wreckage of an air plane which fell in flames late last night near Here. The plane set fire to the a ats Field in which it fell and Farmers in the Vicinity were unable to approach the wreckage. Officials of various air Linos said they believed the fallen piano was not a transport ship As All their planes were accounted for. Farmers said that in addition to the bodies they found a Quantity of clothing scattered about the ground. The name of mrs. Mussellman was found in an identification Book taken from the wreckage according to sheriff Vern Michal. The sheriff said a pilots License found on the Many a body Boro Leamons name. The bodies were not recovered from the plane until several hours after it had fallen in an Oats Field setting fire to the Grain. Farmers living a mile and a half Southeast of the town reported tonight that the plane exploded in air before it fell. Word of the crash was telephoned to sheriff Michal at Rensselaer. Witnesses of the planets fall said it passed South Over fair Oaks. Then apparently experiencing motor trouble it circled and headed North. For a time they said the planets motor apparently stopped. It started again and the explosion followed. They said the plane fell in flames that lighted the sky. Farmers found the woman s body about 300 feet from the wrecked ship and nearby of Blind the Many a body. Mrs. Frances gumby from whose Home first reports of the crash were telephoned to the sheriff said the Field was burning so fiercely that it was impossible to get close to the ship. Chicago july 17.�? a1 a Light Rains dampened ndrtherri���9wa to night and Clouds tantalized Minnesota but elsewhere the Corn Louii. Try found Tittle sur cease from the fifteenth Day of heat and drouth. Quot it was a slight measure of h Ope to the states where 100-plus heat has punished millions of Aeres of Corn. The crop took. A Furtha rib at ing today in new record temperatures. Or. A a re ukr a Nebraska reported Fiir Liew All time maximum heat including./118 at Hart Brigton which tied the state record there was fit sign of rain in South Dakota where the Mercury touched 106 at Aberdeen. A a death total Over 4,400 North Dakota continued to feel the ravages of heat a and a drouth. It was 100 at Pembina and 103 at Bismarck. 1 a the daily average of fatalities attributable to the heat slumped sharply bilt the National toll mounted above 4,400&Quot a fears tot corns outcome magnified As it approached the end of another week of its critical period. Charles d. Reed Federal meter old Gist in Iowa estimated the Quot yield loss was averaging 10,000,000 bushels a Day now. On the Chicago Board of Trade Corn was King. It Rose the 4 -. Cent limit at the opening of trading and closed very close to that figure despite heavy profit taking. The final prices were 92 3-4-7-8 for july the highest quotation in More than a year. Wheat was lower hurry South Dakota Relief toward the Sun ruined sections of South Dakota described by resettlement administrator Rexford g. Tugwell. After a travelling through them As a a picture of Complete destruction so a new Federal Relief measures were directed. Tugwell at Pierre directed his administration to begin supplying live Stock feed for destitute Farmers at once. At the same time he authorized Grants or Loans for construction of Wells in communities facing water shortages his Agency allotted $350,000 for human subsistence needs. In Washington these additional measures were announced for the general assistance program to the stricken states a. Purchasing program announced 1 the aaa arranged to buy 2,01 0,000 bushels of White wheat from the Pacific Northwest a Section with a Bountiful crop for distribution in drouth territory. 2. Cattle purchasing program re Ady to Start emergency buying monday at Chicago st. Paul and Sioux City if drouth forces Quot dumping of Stock. 3. Resettlement administration announces land use adjustment program for Northwestern drouth states contemplating buying of 1,000,000 acres in North Dakota and total of 4,000,000 acres for the territory to Cost around $18,749,000, Mississippi a stage Falls the sizzling heat Quot continued to bail water from the mid West s streams. The mighty Mississippi was shamed by reports that three Federal Barge line steamers were stranded on Sand bars. Lack of Relief for pastures brought new reports of milk Price advances. Kankakee iii., paid a cent More at 11 cents. Illinois heat deaths total 519 Chicago. July 17, a scattered thundershowers in the Northern Section of Illinois Over the weekend were predicted tonight a by j. R. Lloyd government meteorologist with Little Relief from the heat wave in the Southern part of the state. Illinois deaths attributed to the heat totalled 519. While the temperature reached 100 degrees at Springfield Ai d 103 at Aurora today Chicago and surrounding Day of reasonable coolness with breezes off Lake Michigan. The maximum temperature recorded Here was 84 degree at 2 p. M., and the lowest 70 Degros at 5 30 a. Number to 27i or. Townsend sales out in demands ouster of com or Smith. Refusing to sit a in any meet ing with him bulletin a Cleveland july 18. A sat 7 urday a up a the Townsend Board a of directory adj limed Early today with it statement3 that no censure a Trad to a iffy item on Gomer Mlih a a a to to president for his criticism of its suggested Alliance with Third party movement. Shiirley temples father sets off Little stars Kidnap proof alarm Santa Monica calif., july 17. A a a Shirley Temple s father accidentally demonstrated today that the stories of complicated mechanical a bodyguards for famous movie children have a real background of fact. Bells clanged lights blazed and a Siren whined when the Little stars father George Temple set off the apparatus in the Temple Home while tripping the. Master switch this morning. Shirley a domicile is considered Kidnap proof. The houses of other million Dollar babies Are similarly protected with automatic gadgets. Should an intruder disturb them they Are designed to Light the House and the grounds lock the outer Gates and set up an ear splitting jangle of Bells and whistles fit to Waken the neighbourhood for Miles around. 1 Bing Crosby a babies have an invisible Ray watching Over them in sleep. If it is broken either by a Shadow or by the actual body of a prowler bedlam Breaks lose Barbara Bebe Lyon Little daughter of Ben Lyon and Bebe Daniels has a similar Protection in her Hollywood Home. What s More the Iron work on the outer Gates and Walls surrounding the House Are electrically charged. Marlene Dietrich Harold Lloyd and Ann Harding depend on flesh Alid blood Protection for their children when they Are in Hollywood. Neither Maria Sieber. Daughter of miss Dietrich nor Jane Bannister miss hardings child Are Ever out of sight of bodyguards. The Lloyd Home is surrounded by High Walls inside of which Are a dozen great Dane does. Cleveland. July it. A a or. Francis e. Townsend walked out on his Board of directorial tonight Bathe old age pension movement in National convention a Here was beset with political and Legal difficulties. / Townsend a walkout followed tils demand of the ouster of Gomer Smith of Oklahoma National vice president of the organization. Smiths fiery spa ech before the. Convention Cryst lived opposition to Townsend a leadership in joining in the presidential Campaign of rep. William Lemke along with the Rey. Father Charles e. Coughlin and the Rev. Gerald l. K. Smith. 1 stalks out stiffly Townsend said that Gomer Smith would have to be eliminated from the organization and that a Al will not sit in any meeting with when the Board convened. Smith walked in. Townsend shortly walked out stiffly and retired to his hotel room. 7 Smith emerged and Bald that Townsend told the Board that Smith s resignation was tie first order 1 of business and that he would retire until this had been completed. Smith said he would riot resign and reentered the meeting. Quot file suit against Townsend the second National Townsend convention. Itself was committed to a policy of refraining from partisanship or any endorsement of any political party. The Rev. Alfred j Wright of Cleveland recently removed As a regional Townsend Leader and Threa other persons filed a suit in common pleas court asking that or. Townsend and the Board of directors be removed that the court order an accounting of $1,000,000 in Townsend clubs Money which the petition said had been a dissipated a and that a receiver be appointed. Within the directorship of the movement there was a controversy7 Over the status of Gomer Smith of Oklahoma National vice president or. Townsend said he did not consider Gomer Sif Lith Quot any longer a member of our a May become menace3 a co founder of the movement. Robert e. Clements who recently resigned As Secretary and treasurer asserted in an interview that Quot political opportunists a Are trying to take Over the plan and that a if it Falls into unscrupulous bands it la a menace to the at the convention sessions today delegates listened in virtual silence to telegrams from gov. Alf London and a Secretary to president Roosevelt saying it would be impossible for Landon and the president to accept speaking invitations. Strikers workers pitch Camden n. Into Street rioting Camden n. A. July 17. A at a bitter feeling Between strikers and workmen at the Ria manufacturing company Plant pitched cd men into Street rioting which overwhelmed police for an hour late today. About a dozen persons were Taj urea. Including three policemen. Nine were arrested. Buses carrying workers were stoned and milling thousands were spread Over an a red of five Square blocks. Police were equipped with tear Gas bombs but did not use them. Tension was heightened As supreme court Justice Frank t. Lloyd earlier in the Day held court a committing magistrate and demanded an aggregate of $523.000-bait for the release of 101 persons seized in an outbreak yesterday. Justice Lloyd released 22. He held eight in bail As High As $10,000 each for the grand jury and made a Blanket order for $5,000 bail each for 93 others whose cases he will hear next tuesday. Hundreds of workers were virtual prisoners in the Plant during the fighting today. Police Chier Arthur Colucy announced an hour after the usual closing time that All had left by Seldom used exits while Tho crowds were gathered at other Gates. Tho first Sharp clash occurred when workmen leaving the Plant boarded a bus. Strike sympathizers beset ged it. Flying building bricks stones and other missiles shattered the windows. My my

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