Milestones, Oct. 12, 1936

Died. William Candler, 46, vice president of Coca Cola Bottling Co. and proprietor of the Atlanta Biltmore Hotel, youngest son of Coca Cola's late Founder Asa Candler; of injuries received when his automobile hit a cow; in Valdosta, Ga.

Died. Field Marshal Julius Gömbös. circa 50, bullnecked, swashbuckling Premier of Hungary, longtime admirer and disciple of Benito Mussolini; of complications following a kidney ailment; in a sanitarium at Nymphenburg, Germany. After the War he founded an anti-Semitic society called the "Awakened Magyars," restored punishment by flogging in the Hungarian army, renounced anti-Semitism...

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