Milestones, Apr. 13, 1936

Seeking Divorce. Clarence Cleveland Dill, 51, onetime (1923-35) U. S. Senator from Washington; from "General'' Rosalie Gardner Jones Dill, onetime militant New York feminist; in Spokane, Wash. Clarence Dill charged that his wife buried dogs and garbage in the backyard, refused to serve enough food to his political guests, told his friends that he was "a political coward" for declining to run for re-election in 1934.

Divorced. James F. Goodman, railway conductor & nudist; by Susie Wise Goodman; in Los Angeles. Grounds: desertion. Smartly attired, she explained to the bench that her "health...

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