The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 16, 1946 · Page 13
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V' •- - 1 4--. f as born has daily smoothed the-way, light- ^™ \ n r. j \ T eneti: thef dark /places; and which I iather, ^vhose f eel and^ /know ^is -pne ; of: the prime " " theKSUccesses 0 we have --'.._',, - -- - \ . F Flames Gouse Large -f - -. *i . ' - ^^^ • "*''• - - J •-' » "^ : tl"'^ 1 *!-!• • ' Loss to Buildings in Downtown Area -, •-. .'=. ^. ', ^E^^v:>-Urv^7j.,-•"--."- + - . • -* Journeys to /Caliiorma • '-. i-i,.'--. --.-•-,."', -'•-.,' .-j 1 -"'- _; • \- -,,-, ,'-'..' - >' - .1 ^ .^ l I ^ I * A _ ' .^ \j^J^'^ - J r_^ of argonauts.; ^-•-i • n- . -- JgarrelTs Dearly /oiif his^fatlier^s farrav Later tire - .*". -.-i •v near r. f J .•,...,- ._ .' • '^ -H .1 "' h . V - 'J - '-'-. '- -.-<•- -, * - n - •/ -.* - t L . '•• -I L L ^ •^,* K * • . h yt'tf-: **->** . ' "t. . '*''!«'. 1" ---A-'--*-. s - »i the/^met -^(Mve :loiown :rseeii liim : do an ;•;-.;••:*•:•- .•:.:•-!--•.: '•„: V- •. • ^•.i'nor^i wittingly / hurt ~^- \ ,.-' -• -- •• --. *l -'•i , ' •. .' V. .^ ' V*-:- -i- -: - •^ - I -• - '' '^- -.- .V ** h n J. ..._.. than Bother,:tfiat has con-i, Flames j ^vhipli for several years were tributed;:tb-the^successful/upbuild-Jllburs endangered the ing of The: Calif orniari., that insures |Hncinp<;*i Hi<tfriff nf Moiavp ...... • - . -, Tir a ., •* -- % • ' "' --~'-v . ^' - ., IJJUOlllCoS AiiaUlV-l Oi ATiUJtXVC- y;^ moved v from Merced the successful-conduct of the paperl_ _'i., c,i,,^o, ? ^ovo/1 fTi,» the bay region \vhere Mr. in the future, I should answer un-|£ an y f oUnaay razea Tiu, hesitatingly^ my good .fortune in se-1 French Cate and COCktail lecting the men and women .whoh ol|n 0 e scorched SCVCral Other make up its loyal and efficient ^Ibuii^igs.-and-"caused damage Milling Venture j estimated at between $60,000 While the history of The Califor- j and $65,000. nian was unfolding:, Mr, Harreil was | JJ le fire, discovered at'Oluid ', this feeling of any ot ttiose wprjfe-; man. of ith ' L I ^ ••- - the Jsame: ^espeet arid ;;;^ : ; ^uMyi|cu jiiuii;- ret^rne -.••^-..T-'.-J.*:--*,^-;^.-.--:'.^-.--* i:as- r 1 L n liim /persons /;wlth fgp64ta<3 vice and with liciped and girls through . ^ _ _ .- -_-^ -, . ^^ •-, s ' - - i . ' ^*^ He /lias obtained .homes ,. —, .;'•-. r ._- '. ------ - . *. --. > He;:li;as:\psed the of/this newspaper "-for"- the -^ I*- . -..-,'• . . —*- ^ - ^ I . He }with ; ;t^te./ He iand .: -.<••- •-.'..' - - 1; : issociatecl with 'every^:wbrthy^^;public; entierprise in and- i '• -, _ _ * • his columns. i > was ^ ^ to\3et/a:caus^br^a stbry^he niani- >n . .---'--.'•--- •--.-•' -: , ' ...*„ - •' '* - ' - " • - * trutJa member .. -•-- ... •-.•:./.-••:: ":-. -- ..- : .v'-V.-. / -' >- to ;accentiiate aiiKjws character-^ --• ^ "-;• - "-I-'- ' ,. • ' - -; ^ , . - . - end Vb^ increaisijig the paper's appeal tlirq.uighysenatipnal- isin or - ,,'"•';' Through- his } kindness- in his r "• r ^mf ^'j T-J-A, ^^^ ^ J J-- cpliimns Jlie > iiia4e. the , course of more than . oia^ derelict Individual easier and yet his paper preseuted r> • : ;'- No-- one in my^ knowledge was •_•,.'- - - • • * * - . * • -- '- •" ' . - . ever asked to distort or "slant" - * • i - ' the facts to subserve an end other *\, -j - : " •' • •' i ' ••""".- " ^ . . • ; than, the; truth. , .; "•;/- ; ;V; I^knoyr; of his -loyalties to his !old frieiids. ; His' generosities were --- ' " ' " - - • . _ . - . *** - •< ••-'.'. ^ - -' fed; many -that ;bc forgot :miuierotis •• ' ? - f ''^..-^ ' _. ' l ^™* r ^ of his him y ears a l rHx rell^ ;r wo iild from::the -^county - -- , L- ^_'i_. - '- . -'•.-.'..*'' HarreilIwas -educated in the Oakland c|^sc]jibpls.::/:/'/.;;-- : ;/:"/: : : "/••?// - •• :/|-^ifetf^tod^HarreU was 19 years ^;^ln:^he^year:/lS82, he caine to Kem|/coiirity/ as;';'a siphool teacher havjirigV deteniiiried at that time to mak^tbis^ his career. / Harreil ^£er-; :30 a. m. Sunday nt the rear of the the ; shortages this: county and years he was elected county^superintendent of schools. development of the California-Rand I the building and attracted hundreds Silver Randsburg. primarilySbe-jHis^ When^the: United ;5tates ^vas at .-'•-*•;:;',,'-. -iT r-i . • ..,--•- *-r=. l '. - --\^ ---:' -'- ;,. ,-, , ., _ ttrfi »• :TrHr K *h A *^«n f **o S Or>Tim^c- 4« 4Virt of onlookers. Fire trucks, sum- r moned by Geneva Bronson, 19-year- i. - - -' . -* -.- ~ i--. education system .:had war ^lth:the Central Powers, in the J 0 ld telephone operator on duty n successful that he was re- F \ r ? fc ^rld TpVar, Mr. Harreil gave J^oe^ awa y t spe d to the scene from . •' ,^ .-. - • ••- -r . \m • • sufficient^ ' -•• • . I'' without;-.reservation of his time and the power of his press to further the national ends. ; • : iwEo^remeniber having attended hia He utili2ed^ the/ influence .of his newspaper and his friends to raise wm I *_•» • ' f '.*..-. L . V J V fc - : '«:,-05 tiF 1 f & '•£# .:«&>: c--»>.•: ti& W& WM% ,T-V ^>' !r> t*f.r-l •st'Z-: • ^ ^ • m f'---i i JV% j i -ffj '--.:*t proved •rlic?f t"ir»^" : r1Aoc : TiAf' : .-TinVA'l6lGCtGd tO" lll6 -OIIICQ in '-loyU..... UJLOLll^U U.VCO- -4*-V*', JUilT-V a - ••-•'*,, L •-'•---"' -i >•'-' •:',••'•' valtiatioh^ to ^bp^|^"?^ e F? : -> are; /.numerous men and tl&tTthfe ^issolutidiij^o^^ thp c --C9g^ toe* 3 / , .. . ^h-L L"--'-' ' • 'i'-''-"'•• L J _'' -T ^ — ^_? . _ ._._ - __. ^.^L. ^. _^ _I i^ _^ ^^ _ ^^ 6f ; the bVer-ali'> district^ would subtract I , ; , , . _ _.-. , .. = . .- A , . ViinAa'^.^m^^ tin* airondv ^vpVtaxpd"Iclasses^^: ana -having received tneir fun(fe : ,from, : the already.,overtasedi^^^^ a company of:men for coast aitilleri' capacity'^as a teacher. They attest and .'another for service in the .success in his early marine corps. :///. His assistance in the first L-iherty Loan;drive, .with a Kern quota of M5SR -Aiftwi -wor-^n on A &WWW, : added to that of other , 1886, AlfredHagen^and consdentious^cqunty./inen, resulted Would l. H lletter stated that; the Maple i vocation: to this day district; W losing the Wildwood;sec-r^Vx^ Tvfcripd in ISSfi :tion^;would be /short:: ot funds;, and ' ' Marned in 1S8fa that the. tax rate for tile district: is $I;25; : v It • was pointed out that:"the Maple district, by reformation of the. . , , ; ; . _ .„ .-_.,. feastJ °f another pioneer .California; family. On were L iarMcKaniy was a descendant in raising $1,813,800. During- the spring of 1918 Mr. _. - . i - • * . , Their::daughter is Bernice Hari-ell S^hii^ae?^^M^™e n In^l re & ular and volunteer fire fighters county fire department stations In "Mojave, at Tehachapi and Rosamond, from the navy base at Mojave Air Field and from the army. air base at Muroc. No one was injured in the blaze although guests were hastily evacuated from the community's only hotel, nearby. Firemen Called Cpmipancled first by Captain James Clary, head of the Mojave fire station and then by Battalion Charles Barnett of Tehachapi, Glupnn ^ of- ?an_Francisco. ^ Mrs. Bonald E. V.i-'tlV &*?& .Upon motion by Supervisor:T>eo G.Paiily, seconded by W. R.- Wool- ^ ibrnesv- the matter Avas referred ;to IFritts ;of the state board of control 'for; final decision, -Attorney HenryMack ;ap-; I ;Chipman;:, and Virginia Ann, side of 25 minutes after, the quota battled the «re'aa-it threatened to had been announced he succeeded |£*Pe °ut two stores, and the nearby in having the amount oversub- BKingston hotei> scribedl; The/ quota Avas. $1,070,000 .^ ^ " .L _ ^ I .v-' m&&m by plucky Geneva Bron- are and he.^ahd/hi^corhmUte'e "raised i son - volunteer firemen arrived on Ir—lf • 1. - _•' r - ^ ' 'l : . coin fasten one: of f our .evergreen: Christmas program undertaken by the Greater f- VJ - . - . . mJ . . during the holiday Lett to/;ri^ht,:^in^ ; Bea^ Spawn;'!anqLMrsR afarvin/Has-, -_L-^---_- rt^-.--i-^ --~ -_^^XT, ~ -_u '^-^- r -~^stower^^Thes decpratipn :is;;part ,'bf : the' ^ ;- -^i >.*Li^.^:^~. ^ijopping/aistrictv Ghamber Two persons ^received: -minor -; ' ' ' ' -- --.'_ Three persons were near death in Kern /General Hospital to'day;- as a. result .of a traffic accident Saturday near KeeneJ which took :<he life of Juan Reyes, 46, of Tehachapi, while 16 other persons were given hospital -'- • - ' • --treatment; for- injuries suffered Week end traffic mishaps. .' - / Those critically injured were Man- : uel Ten*azas, 10, and his hroither, 3ures>.at;6 driven lames •Route. 2-;- -Box- " G82^: o car driven by < field and his ^ passener;:- Cha-les -S. 2 of : Ro ute were given medical : treatment^ at. - - jV ** - - - - • - - . - . - • •---.. Salvador, 7, of Tehachapi,. and Fran-, -fi-r ,^^I Hosbitki- ^ ^ -> "" t -n- - , r+~. * m L i - »11 .. i overn ucnGriii jnobpita.1. . > •<-,-. ,< ---o- cis Reyes, 5» of Tetechap^: All su^ ; i ,,^,. • ^ cla . 4 uis(oK ;i, at^i^OS ferea possible skull fractures, and! •„,.£.„_,-„ j^,-.^ - •- --•••-•--• deep Iterations, while Manuel re- p " ^' ^M^y, .Reva *• " - * • - - - - - • ; s : Comin en tog ^Ker hiv^u n y v ;f or ; its ; in teires t;?: in : •-;. t tieV^ navy l : * iieu tenan t- Gp?nmarider I George; • Si^inith '.{•'. of fie er *in! ^charge :jof ; organizing/ the Twenty- f if i h vlfeva 1; R lescry 6? her ^ : iivl Baker s- fieid;:;tdld the Bba:rd^:bf ^Supervisors i,,.. - ,--.-.-.• ••--:;../,•- - .-.v---:,.. -••-.-•'.•.;.•- 1^:- -•:-,•:•."•;.-.•-••.• It jrgpj^ea^thfe^jic^pn,;.. /- ; ; ^' 11-, ^:~ L ^l **•; L"_ _" JJ -'^1 J_ . - f \'. J L « _ .' • ' 'ft. -i '* of him "fearth^rinV;tHfr/'Ope^ii»n^^of->'Iiis ;Ofv kindness. f •- checks; :"giyiiig. ; ^liis/y employes^ an -at ' a newspaperin^ii MiV Ha rrell had J -t he;respect; of:: ; eyery ^:prbte5-; ; slonali He : built: a ftijteriig we^kfr Into \ one: of/tlie; finest/newspapers :in/ the"west. /Indeed, this' year :Tbie Califorriian "received national • - - '- ' J '"i - ."-'."-""'""" -/;." — . i recbgnit^oh-: iniptig ^00! cialies f or /first/.place/iit:its ;^pograjMcaV - ^..'-''"-. •''- - . -', --\---''" • ' -' ~ j '' - ~ _~ pre^senta^tion, and second place for . general: ifnproyelnent /durtDg the ;• y ear/ ah4;':this ^despite; the-great difficulties;.; of .publishing an:; ex- i .-iv .. _ - . . ' • - - - jJL . . -- . • ^*^ - - • i - ' - ~ /panding v /paper : wiUi> newsprint ceived a brbken legv ; : Driver ^of the ear;- according to California Haghwaj^' Patrol, was Maria Terrazas, 32, Tehachapi* who was admitted to Kern General Hospital with serious injuries. Her condition today was reported 'as (t only .fair."-, ' . .-• , • ;"' . • .."•'-.-..-.'•- ••••-. : Was Rock Drilier /Others injured/in the accident, ' wjtich occurred • on Teliachapi High- vv^>:were Jimmy Davis, :13,^ who, Vv*as;given medical treatment at Kern General Hospital, and ^Leonardo Bermudez, 85, and Margaret Sola, 33, given treatment at <:Kernl.f General;; Hpspital.;iThe, ;other^; driver^. ing to the: highway patr61,>was: Cora Jack B. IAtil efield/16^ : of^fWli^eler aiercy Hospital for minpr inj'uriesi; ^suffered, the! .highway. ! /^ati-ol ;-/re-;: ported,^ iwheA^iiis "' v ./ I'; mi)e" north d Highway: 99 /a • : Treated at;Tiift •— *."• both 'hbnvwere taken to Tehach api Hospital. All reside ';; in T^iach- " : "/Mr. Reyes t a native -of Mexico, - . • **.- .' .. . i - . . i •--..,. * was a rock 'driller f or ^Mpnolith Cement Company;;- His = body \was taken o I append ^'Thirty" to this ^column^as' iny; triliute' and that of iis;entire stajK to this iiiadequate testimonial iii'his-inemory, it will Chapel, where funeral services are M» ' ' ..-' LfHI ^,. k ^ , . ^ pending.; „ • ; ; : He Is. surviyed by his widow; Mrs. Carmen /Reyes; seven children, Fralnk, John, Juye; Joe , Silya, :Caro- Hne and ;Ruth Reyes, allVof'the family home; his mother, Mrs* Frances Reyes of Tehachapi; and two sisters, Xteona Bermudez of Tehachapi and Margaret JDpmindez of Victorville. ; Others / receiving ^.medical, ^treatyment: at iern General^ Hosital J minor njuries ^include : ianis,, 32, James Williams; man /^iJliarhs,, •%:•= of ^1222 /; Washington av Willis, ;33 t of :829 nian Mdhan; ;i9^ :<if Shafter;:/-^ Two persons were Community T '- L- * - -i -' ceived in Aveek end/ traffic : They are Frank HesSr 50, Cleta Williams, / 28;- r both:, of; Mari-: •. - . - - - * - - * • . ----------. ^ . • ;•: copa t 1 _ L :. Louise: .Evans, A t ~ Ta'ft, • received-: minor injuries in a two-car ^ collisions Saturday in-;Fprd:City;:;'it portedv-^ ••-:' "v"" 1 " ''-•-' •--.--•-;. '' : -'-^ . . ... - -.--•_ f rend and' tii gentleinaii and- a .^ne vrspaperman •, - •- Ir f-~ M. A. Wndsay, farniVadviser, said , _L » ' *f -. r -~ -*t. -''.-.I . w ',' " " ,now today -: that pbta.tp secure :a 'complete: Hst'ot<- the ::cerU- l n - - ^l ^^ n l -^_ - T f -. ^_ fied Irisli v seed .potato^growers^from L - " ^^ - - ** — >^^ ' "I l - - ; Tlu-ee Xegrpeaf,- one 1 S, are in ICern, county ja.il : this : moi^iing; booked on suspicion of cbmmitting - burglaries a t Buttpnwiliow; an4 Rosedale Hig:h- way : - dux-ing:/ the week-end, the sheriffs' office 'reported today. ^ . ^iS-yearrold , youth, ,,. William e/ Jr., •.- is suspected Of a raid On J. H P ^ t ~ • - ~ • the office ofXthe-state directpr, of agriculture, : j^rA.;.^;Br^ck^¥ "inento v .•>. ^"'V^: ^According to Mr: lication^ contains':a Jist of: all certi- ^fieS seed. growers ^fpr x!^46/and Is known as "Seed Potato • Certification Final Report;:a946 Season." a smoehouse, ^t Buttoi^willpw, voper- ated by -TVilley James; Calhouhj.from which nearly ?517 in-cash was stolen; officers reported, j ; ; \' : .'•;! : other two suspects, Walter Groves, :2I t Los Angeles and • William-:T. Gilmorer 41, Sakersfield, .are , . .* - . . , • . r m , 3 - , accused of r burglarizing : Vibe Market, Rosedale Highway, and taking $80 \in coins, rolled in wTappers. : Coin wrappers were found: in Hbeir possession, according to deputy .reports. : .'... .- ..- •. . "•••"^- ^-':.'::":"7v ; =; 4 - ; 160-acre • linii tatioii -^f or ^ water from .the 'Central ."VaUey.-Prdject is - •• • m - j.l- _ ^ - . ' • ~ ' ^ _. — obsdlete, unfair rand unworkable, Senator, Sheridan :3>owiiey ^declared f ^ I J A ^ll_ ^^ he "began /developing desertilahd near Bakersfield. Hundreds of : men - had ,,.. ,.. .., .-.--,.. -•.-•'..,. --,. this;; morning ; -ihatx only A a:; -xiay Apartment;- reconimeridatioh /is deeded '' the . peared/in behalf omhe'/Wil^ood] i 1 ^ ^ "'^• l '^* v * f - ' ' • '- -' " A. '-" " "*" ^ •''''•'•-.'". T^^» f*"- • •*oT - 4T.rtY*nT-Q YI • " o o IT"' .ttTT'iCT C? • rtfl fl \* School district .proponents, and some;lv.^W^ al S?rfW'.-^ • i- ex i st ?v, ° i,' « .- M «^ w «« 20 parents:of the children who would jis;: ; a^direct^descendant of the old , turn the >auota for th fi fourth •• - - -••- ^CourieT^first-pubnshed on August , Q ^ :io.-=-tb^';;-*VTT«^nou.- TKTh»« A T^ loan of-$2,005,200 resulted in-a sub- ,250, Drives ^Successful attend school there. Supervisor Woollomes pointed out that when the Wildwood district was . dissQlved/a '* verbal agreement was1 Paper (was moved to Bakersfield. made in, which the Board of Supervisors: would ;authbri2e- reformation 1866 at-Havilah. When A. B. „.„,. „- * 0 n -« onA ,. Jones/hecame/proprietor the news- ^cription of $3,0o2,900,^hrough ^ personal .efforts and those of his friends.^ ^ / _.: - : '''-.:.--' So successful were y these loans that a ship was named after the Buring-the year of, 1872 the name was; changed to "The Bakersfield the scene and guests were evacuated from the hotel. Mrs. Nellie Lile, supervisor; Mrs. 'A. B. McAdams, rator and. I*ew Tony, mainte- foremau, aided in the. telephone work. 'The damage -was confined to. the cafe and lounge, due to the stubborn efforts of the fire crews .who Ifi- when:: enough students were avail- California*!'' as now borne by this »»- -J 3"^^^ ^S""^" m .' t l b°red with Insufficient water prw- _,-, . • _-* -. :--_ *-,, l^^^iv^oi-i^v, . T> —^oc, ^fm -r^iKii^vi^^ city 01 xsaKersiieia to commemorate I ii * ^ *u_ ^i^v,*. able to it feasible. '. The reappoihtment of Forrest Frick-as-;Second district representative: to-' the County Planning: Com- niission:was confirmed today by the Aboard. " Appointment was made by publication.; It was still published During February of-1897, when he was : 34 ,years this achievement. ": Buringr the Second "Vyorld War Mr. Harreil continued to use the influ-i The blaze sures throughout the fight. Controlled was brought under old Alfred Harreil Dur&iased The CaliWnian the nur- ence and J>°wer-Of his newspaper forlcontrol at 6 a. m. Sunday but patrols puicimsea me cauiorman, tne pur public . S ervice, Every bond drive, all lof volunteer firemen were set at the for - f pur years " duration as , of cenaber 19? Vwhen the present term expires;V'>-..;,-: _•••';-:-/ •',-: •"/,/•;- .':'''•"•".'•''-• V:ln compliance to a reauest/frbm gr££nd:: jury, County Goun- sel Norbert Baunigarten lopked into - conspicuous biographical v salient. * \Qonimenting, in later years, .on this purchase,^ Mr./Harreii wrote: : :"I had r had no training for newspaper ;work t " neither in the production/of a ^newspaper nor in the business end : of such an institution, when in: the latter part of 1897 the commendable civic activities* and all I scene to prevent any flareup from the great; mul tipicitiea of activities j the embers. • "as corollaries ,Of the war received! The ;cafe was owned by Angelo i \ -.ft * ^t * •• ^ •**• his persistent arid; intelligent sup- land Frank Cappelo; who said the bene-lloss was partially covered by insurance. .Through a period of almost 50 I Damage to the hotel -was ccmfinotf years as ^publisher, of The Califor-|to a.scorched outer wall and several the s vsors 6m>ortttnitv to ftcouire The Call- '""t 1 * .^r. Harreil Increased his jour- iscorched windows. the Board•<;Super : ;i^^^^/S^^ The > ah nalistic influence,in California not :a verbal agreement |roma " presentea ltseir ' _i% - •- — • ^ -'~*-- - _ L ' f • L- L ^ ..-;'_ 7 • -.: * •• J -" *'.--• -,.-'-•'-' - , • -- . • : f p? ; authorization ..-; to > constriict. - • a ;.$.! 6 7;o 0 0 '' " 'site lime :;; 'air^second Sujperintenfient Percy X .Braiisori rec- pmmeiidecl^ improvements ;:for/ Sam ball park,:fat^request Of"thetwo n ^h ^H J n r^L _ — - ^ — w n.^ m.^* ^m— _ • ^_ L r here - •'>'" "!---• -fllffi"./TiJi\nr^:T*P^AT^\n«!t«5"' T ( i ri i .-;f \\t* "RalrAi*<a. _H-*<i W-^HM^t. -Jf . vA.COC4.-> lr3CO ., 3.1L T. LilG i JJtltv^l O* L 'v^ ^J H ^--K_ ^ JA l^ \V%^4f4 -l • J-'tr^.L*! m -¥ I • Tj - -l I field -area :;had-resp onde<ibetter: than any J;qt her/unit-inV tlae:^fe Vetvtii: n aval : district;" : He -noted • 'e's iprobably. i^^pr^bahly ^t>egih:- after saidi .• in the employment of a county: em- ploye, : in Small Beginni ngs derit Cause of the fire was tinde- only through the quaUty of his news-1 termined, but county fire depart- paper, which lie> improved through jment officials said it may have been to therpr^A^-B.;j:^^e:::ptot':;and, equipment were these years, :but "by. his .outstanding Jdue to a defective hot water heater. , county pathblblgi^t,:ilnbir \ihesiger indeed: and- the circulation editorial treatment; of local and na-| The fire recalled a previous blaze tional problems, By many persons |i n 1933 which destroyed a cafe, hotel .Baumgartwin's letter jridicates^ that.Jl^^e^ouiig'/propnstor valued, how- he was held to; be the finest editorial a an d several other buildings ana due ttie/move was; -legal in'•- ^^that,Cslnceiey^-as^hisJ^reatest asset not the writer in_ California. jHis/opinions |t o a high wind, threatened to wipe out the community before it "was brought under, control. Several per- the ."board isijOirectly responsible for pHyM^l'eduipnient Of the plant, but were widely quoted and published. '"' . -"• ~ J^_ -^ r*»--. A . L , . • '- J ^_l_'...r' r .. .- . - - l "• ..'_-' the operaUon of-Kern General Hos-Ihis;frierids,whom>he characterized ** . .•--' _. . .-•-•- r -- - • ,. - ^....-,. - - - - •. - . - • .-_ pita!,, an.voral '-:•. agreement: Is ized:as longi^^Uiere/ia-Va: of: minds-' ^between the; supervisors arid''tiie lv emyoyev^J : :;-V;/-''-;- '^^'.':-: ••f. •- r . M , . f\.- -,;.-*?.-£ 'T. .-.* _ t-*-..~-y ,-.'-• *-* - ' :"- ".?• ' ' Background Broad •- a-mani: as ever possessed _. ^is background'for-international 1 sons were injured in the 1933 con- politics was extended through sev- jflagration v/hich had as its after: - n • - i . r- newspaper-.thrived. During er al trip through Eiirope.- Mr. Har-1msrih an arson trial in Superior 1901 it^ad\outgrowri,the restrictions . rell had also traveled extensively injCourt here.- of its; cramped quarters, and Mr, this country; / . 'n | Two other fires in Mojave history Harreil 'constructed a building 'for - ~- *• ^ -••--•' -•-. -'-,..'....-' ' ^ - *** s*' It was -during April, :1934, that I were recalled today by old residents the plant :at I and Twentieth streets. Alfred- Harrelvwas .named as a first I Which .threatened to obliterate the At;the same^ tune the, first linotype citizen: of; the county when: thebeau- j desert community but were halted replacing tl fui highway leading to the Kern j before this end was achieved. More River Park was named in his honor j substantial buildings and " greater and Senator; Samuel : Shortridge de-Ifire protection were the result of madnine was installed, fiandse ( t/utilities : . • ; '/ . . : :The//; paper's steadily increasing success-^made, it imperative that livered the address : of": dedication. I each fire, larger ..quarters be provided. To this In 1938 the Frank s: Keynolds Post erid./KrrHarren ordered the con- of the American Legion honored him ^/Katrina:E.-:James ( .music super- Istructionv 0 f>a new building on prop- for outstanding public services. visor :iof /Kern '-cbunty r ; ural publicVierty/^purchased at Seventeenth and appointed :tday > as In 938 Mr. Harreil,: whose progressive. newspaper ; policy was main* for £^ p: formr ; army ; bu icii h s ;;;at \ Kern ; Cou n ty ^ Airport ; ;: :-• ^He Jl was; Jtod; : - by ; ings had riot /beeri^: dec^ar ed - ' • L' - . -- n -a ^/Gerald ersfield Indian • ^sociatiori;:;^ppeared |-i" L ^ _•. ^^'"A^|. f -^ 'x - -T r l ll A 1 ^ l_ personally: to" receive cnifirmatiri bf ;-. board's^ actihlnit: e;:: any : of ficial, -actibn^ori: the "'"-' : chairmah> of -the committee for :stu- ,:^ s ta-blished In its new quarters, in tained through his entire career, of the finest added a new. wing to The Calif ornian ponsored by the 'Kerri and most modern plants in the state/ building to house modern photoPhilharmonic: Society; The ,. Kern j other features were added to enhance engraving and photographic depart- Phi^armonicA Orchestra- will rnake |™ service offered by The Califor- me nts giving -this /newspaper all the its public ; debut January 20, and 'the I nian. In addition to the Associated appurtenances of a metropolitan season ticket sale -is now underway |Pr^^^service;: that :of ; the United daily, ,/::',:/ :- :/, v • with- :seats obtainable at: Tracy'si^ es s':was:!securediA Syndicated lea- ' - . . r V B*- 1 L - - - -.'••• : ' J * , - ~ ^ - .-. ' ^ . « ' • ' ' J ' 1 J- Music Store. Philharmohic Society, who said the .purpose/of /the committee^is^ta encourage: civic: [ - drgariizatiohs :to ;: co- - I ' L ^^^^ V L _ I n tures were purchased and the change * r • H . T ^^ ^ * . . " " •. was made by lfrpm:a" ; small-town/dally to a news^ of the Kern IPaper/with/all'the m ^V;%ais;v^oiQ3plete; . Tribute to Staff Became Authority ..• L 1 - . _ nrx* I I L A lone burglar is believed by police to have ransacked the office ot the "Billlngto'n Used Car office, 2911 • his long-and distinguished j Chester avenue,. early Sunday, and career here not only used a car taken from the lot to operate With the : musical , tibn by providing tickets for served the county fuid valley as a S carry away loot from another bur- newspaperman; but* he /became al^ 3ar y at the Del Mar Drive Inn, 15 Senora street.. . reported that the burglar temperatures .persist; over this. area£ - +.. . . * - - - . . — — " -i '.•'----.- n ' • ^l J f " r f -v n^j » l_ ' f n\. J : lay/: come .through • -:^f -•- - ••: --•-!'-• . .. h ;--'-'•-•-- - - L rapidly rsng barometers ^pv i vf ^ north.-:'; The> latter^'is ' bringing; •; clear •- I skies VoanoV /^-falling es -, ;gh comirutteewillbe ^ sought-after speaker. ^ He was an :l ; lri '-•• speiakingf /of The .Callfoniian, authority on::California, water prob- :Miv: v M]rT4l]-':paid/this fine tribute to 3em/and legislation ano^:served onj forced a window of the car office, iKis -^gitatt ; -'atter tn'oving into the new numerous commissions and gave con-1 ransacked desks and filing cabinets gressionar testimony in connection I without finding anything of value. lng',Wowth-6f;the progress of The with water legislation. He served on I and tnen took the keys of a new would be incomplete that, the state park: commission. |Plymouth sedan, drove it GO miles ... . . failed : :tp^-acicord/full recognition to Mr. Harreil often visited his purpose with I the^falthful employes of the .paper ily and friends In San Francisco, a ^ r a .,. ., , ., ... /wrhOTi.*'^!^^^:^^..-^^ this sue- city which he loved liext to his home i car Iead P° Iice to b e^evc it was used We : definitely want it .understoodI c ^g., :: Mnd/I4ike/to think, in men- here. He: was a:tuember,of the Bo-l to haul ' awa y fresh the history of my hemian Club and the San'Francisco ^ i * •• and, returned it to the lot. Blood stains in the rear o£ the tliat tickets purchased by civic:• pr- for this youth project ••li ••*.-• ^- i. -t. . , , . , ,. career :as-a/journalist, of the ; splen- will, be: distributed to^studems:p^;Ia i ^:^. o ^ er ah6n^and:the^fm^ her of the:Elks and Stockdale Golf their ^respecti^,.]pcalrcpmmunifa^ and Country: ^ 1 ** . - ~ f T _. _^3 ^_i _ __" _^.'« It . . ' ^ ^** ' ».*-->• "^ • -•• I ' . - S . L - - - — - . - - . . - l"^n and wrapped Christmas presents Tacht Club. Bocally he was a mem-1 stoletl in the Del Mar burglary. In the Pel Mai- burglary, the thief '-^arnVMrea^^^^ took three poundg of pork, $80 In r. L ;;; Oreon;. The fog/is ^persisting over centra.1 and•;^spvitherii Califprma^valleys,/tti6 weatherman -said. •< Tlie:/weather/i^ fair i and: sunny /: over mountaihjand: desert; areas.: .The stoi-: duced rain pyer western; and brought a Jslight" drizzle itb^J " - - , - • - — " - - ' -" ,- J '• L : '$•-',-,'- - - - . * - - . - •* -. • -' -- - , ^ county ; '?has moved- eastward. *• * • • -''-. i * • - ' naisture he {gates^returned ^qver: tlie/week end: ^rpni,^San/iVari^cisco, ;Tvhere ; they c :at-. tencied; the - ahhual:; convention',of ^the r 1111 ^ 6 .^ i^merican {'• Farm /Bureau - :fascinatingr, if con- His philanthropies-were wide andl sma11 bills and silver and a number ! building ,a newspa- -continued up to his/death.-,He em-1 Gt Christmas packages belonging to ^- ^ i ^representation -Kon^.the ,i ccording to; HcLauhlinsec- ' 'rea , I -+.W, • •: ,- The /; maximum //; temp erature: '\3 Sunday-was 45 ^degrees, tlie^^ninium this mbrning was:;39Kaiid mum f orecast :f or toddy i is ' i * * • • • •• . -, ---' after -ma^yr -difficultes, fW>«^*itV.Wt , ^ I.JA4V;* *L*t*JlA • -rJ_^V •» W^'J .^VJ-H^^AC^-J. f fc* ' . -, ^... --.-,-•-. i -.-•*••/• ,- - m *, * * '- ^n^^^4^:ae«;c 0 ^; ^£8£58£%g8£$££. tlpn/:pf Irrigation--• Dist:ri6|sv Asspcia- tioii. of, California;, at Saiita^arbara." -'-.'.- --• • .-._"• - . - " ,-i, • -- .„ -^ . - . . -, ,^- . , ..! • .- j ::by > Senator ; .Bo ustification^or was tion inil902 when>t^e/>3^ tion>law^wasjpa^ irrigation bf:^haeyeloped^ la:hds. cteclared, ^ however, V; that ;ther^ vestrnerit' pf ^millions : pf 'dollars. *'I : talked^' with ^workers ,:bn » J h r' T -^-* **» -• _ --I .- ••*' - - -, - "- - - • • - -*'- • -^ - v • ---*' piGiorgio f arapt; , many ; ,; farmers .in that ? yici njty, ; an d 'cer te^iri > labor era; inBafeersf ield; : : who : shiiild:>-be ingfrom/:classical' to,:modernv>the .- I Bakersfielo;: High - - • S chopV aiid / Juniorl :Coileg^^ /orchestra rpreseiilts/^it^; /an-| nual/c^cert/ of :s^pV»prijic:niusi^;^t; 8:i5::T>iin;^today iriithsi te tne and 'rodeo Mr . rs. FIXTURES STOLEN over the certainly , a ;exterid ; the^ .use/ of / tiqk^ts to ts , : -y a."ii ? perfprmances/ /when Tir-o 11 tickets'holders cannot attend a con-. ^^^^^1^1 ^^^ *» rl ^-T_l"l| n '^i" ^ i - '? ™ ,_ cert themselyes. -We^ hopel : that yfheii ticket :hplders/cannOt/atterid/a; per- ; :^itn^^;Mr^;and;i f prance/they, w^ ^ inittee rso a student may/tise' what ordinarily :wpuld>be just another ya- cafit^seat^ :/ r -j —* \ ^sh6ri^B(offi6e^Te^ BCJ^AU. 0INNEB: ,/ Centier/ chainnen^ and cominiitee-: nieri of/Kern^County Farm v Bureau Will/ a-ttend ' a- : diinher-meeting -at 7 p; ini-vTuesday;, in the agricultural buildiiig;::/26ia^ M/street, >at which drive will .- "• ;• -..-.-'-•-,-,. f - -•. ;;-,,. v- ..-,•-• . '-:-"i,:> \ ,- f * -• .^ -* ' t : -^.-:-'(~^- : — '•{ V^Ste^^,--^^^^^^ -•• ,;• --^::-:.- -.- : ' :>;*. -'-:.•' :-r. '•- ..-••;-• ^ '-.--.-. - -.--/"- / :.V^;L ^/:'^ - be," : --....:; Appearing: is^t^?wi^h ; thei young ;musici are" alrectedlbyiHarold;: Bur w ^ — * ' - •* r '-••''-- i- ' • i , , • - • »""^.- ••' * -• "• ..... . "• ^ L -•-.., ' ^ '•---'-- -^ - - i - jrf*-.~" . j --*-."• • '.-- • .-- *,r L, -••.:;., ••- • /,: .-- ' ,- -i '- -- ' ':..•'': ^ . ;. - L -. ,- - . L-,- 1 •" de- a;; a:grcultural 5:: since then, ard that •^ * . :. old -rules no ^longer • 'Almost ; everyone will agree that the acreage -limitation could not and . •• - - . • II ^~* ,'l.--'--r ^ - "I! ~ .- , ~ - enforc'edson our pas- - - "-- - - ' ' ~ ^ * -dairy /believe /it .some of bur f anns. :hy -breaki ng i t : lip ;n to • """"" ""' ' " """" ' """ t- - - 1.» S ' • -I - - » ,-L J '--'-fc h S.-fc. • - ^ -^ . typical hold- ne the Senator . farmers •\-. .-; : - • *'.."-' larer _ Problem ".Because/of/its size, the farm ; has beeii able to minimise -the hbusing prpblem of seasonal workers, /and comparatively good homes aiicjt working cohditJons are-provided. Bismembei-ment^ ot this^ great holding ihtb sm'all f arm would probably wipe out: half/its Rvalue as :a going con- declard -' / .' ' ' -' ^j); v; j Menue tt a;:; ; - / from J, Nyniphes de/Biane'' ( : riade ; Esiagnole'/.'...;_ (Glaiovbyp);v Gazza ^ 'L .- ' — "Tales From "the f - ' ' ' -r" " (Strauss), / ^^Symphonic a. _ f - . - ' i ^ j _ LI - ':.' (Franck) "Tankee 'that Recianiation:\to enforce i :?the L ; acreag'e r~ T _ T l_- + J- J |> m - ^£ L - M ' _ r ^"^ I limttatiii ; and an increased financial" burden to -i'-"- -- ' ••• ----~ : "" 1 "' -'' "-•'-• '- ' " • . .- - .,- - -- •- ; a : .smaHer :? acreage, //The' senator; concl ude^ / :with/;• the prbmlse that^'^spite.th cpntrpi :of:/House3^d;/Sena^i/it my^intentiphj-^ the :$3ightie'th -Conigress •for^ Repeal: of Tickets for\:tbevponc.ei^\x^Edlable^> at the :h6x^orTiceV^are/W/Snts:¥" " : ' J >^ adults, 25,: cents for students.; " L^.L - -v l .^-.. u. _ ' ;•/ ; ' '.:.:-'- :--- -'.'.-'--'." ^ • •••- ";-"i- v -,V.;'-%: - '.•'.** '- .".'-* Schoolsto Close Friday |O _ mi • " l J-" " • ^r n - _ ' L^' B l ••r J^ ' ^^"^ V- JH. L '-( ,--•*. ik ' r .._ , ; ./>;-, :- ,, -..:,. above ; the; Mojave - _ _- B'I^- ._ *t + n ^h _ n B npunced : : isearch is: being : '-^_\ f ^ r'j ' t ^** at vilian :scientist: are Hristmdi yacdf iori • - L .' ^.' \' /John ] ^omptohi superintendent of <*^''- -. - "• •^'••. w2S* s "*:' : -'»-- '-' ' --"i- ---"*- • v -^- v" L ^» - 1 ". -• L -.- -'- -*'"' » Bakersfield: city ,r,schools, vtoday^ad^ . •••:.•- — _••-.- -:.--.'-• .'•;;•, - ' . ••: 'Vi - - '.• ' '--,- •.-.' . , -^ .--vy . V' 1 — - :vised r parents of -;ptipils;v that v the rt ,' .->-- 1 - : -.-^ ---..•, ---'v- • .••i"-.=i- ,j-;a ; -' > --' ;¥ "-M- : «: ; '" ' v •"•'" Christaias : school .holiday ; |\vill ;t>egin: " tely. ray;-.>" according '\* to "'••?• the:>iAEs6ciated cosmic • *. \ j _ i - .'>. f ' - -- ----- . . to ^^•^•v.-^-^ •-:-^-^--^-^-j^'-:^-^^,^^-^^- ;. :outvrih;^space' and"7r«tt«^cfaaBgedv jn^ \^'^^,f.:^:^-^-,^^ -• Tnnfepnn -\chPTiytnPV-^Awtftr^tnA^^nrtTi'ja lories atop- mountains;a.nd;going: tip in ballboris and airplanes.' ^ : v t f A f B . I f Q •. ^* "m ± r ~ J |L H l^ v The ;:,Superforts: are equipped; to' withstand, the/lpw.:^pressures and: 40 below zero '/temperatures- of rthe think, there has bodied a finesrcpurtesy/ahd^manners | an - e mploye of the stand, Ruth Camp'"'* ** of em- and met hundreds of his ; 6id friends I bejl - ^'employe; :/but: ^o^then and irrespective: of th^js;station in I The Burglar also battered a ciga- ^as-^exist^dva comradeship-and life, treated "them with:ithdness and| rette machine and another coin ma- inade a pleasure gave aid, through hisaife^-where he I chine » Setting a smalt amount of money from the former. Police believe that the burglar drove to the car lot on a motorcycle, and drove away on it with his loot after returning the car to the lot, :The motorcycle .theory was strengthened today when the proprietor of the car lot said a pair of motorcycle gloves found in the office, was apparently left behind by the burglar. . • . • . • ' jf • f -. • - - — .- 4 -. t - - _ - . . - , ^ -— L '-UIC IJriendscIp tliat haB ^: exc^ent;-o^ortuni^/ v throu^ thought;lt/was^needed,,: the purchase of thga i e-student^cfcetB.J t '^^-----^v>r^-^^-.--" ! ''sv- ; v-x^^ : .-- *;:^urpose : ::of;..;this::>comi^^ * • i f** — _'•..• ^ »•• " - ' r - f - ' - ^> '. - "•*•'. ^p^ ^^m^ »-' ••>*>« ^.^ ." -L ^p^fc. •»» ^ •HIM (•• tfM RITES | FRED D c i RRELL i, a-lif^rlong friend ; bf^ :ilfred rHarrell, win -speak to- ..1 .. L^.^,--;' ./.y-i.- :' -.-'. "••..:• „ -•.,' - -;.• • ' .-. " -'•.-•. .- - ' ni^it^at T^p^elbck on a dedicatory program yOver^statibn - : KAFT in - ' '•"<>'*„-"• '-'-'- -.:•'"' -j': -^ -'•-''-'•'-•'- !• , " niemprycd£tte putyisnerjwho died S^^da^/iii^it/at ;.his hoime, 1 f I T f ' m b f A f ^^ ' I ^^^ spaal Jm&npries>;;^t: trie ^late, pub: Hi^^and|iiis many ^publicized 3^iaB&wpi^%/that' extend "back, to/thei^&st ineetiiig:60 years ago :Cbnnty su- -, li I.L'. . - . '•- .' ;.---+-i:v- F ' /---*."V-"" "^---'- r -'W ':V-V-'^i :endent of-school^ '-•'•- T .••.,- - -. ' , " f -.- theme >- publisher the ieyelopment of Bak- n>**j _^_^ i. ^**^ - _ - i- _j_ and the ^ - ^^^ the growth of: this frbnti^r^days^to its • • c •,-.:- ,.- r ;- -. ' - -** - - .: by '• Ms ^perecraar Ciiri^fcian phi- be tbe general — I 3VUHtary: experts -!~ claim> they - laTbprsLtpries feet ;anoV: ; enable studie? ^tp; be bondticted at specMic OTer"? extended: periods '-"of • " 1 * _- :^:t£te-:coiiyerted aircraftall armament : and ^peiss^^e^ mm-s-'v-**•*'-*{ 3.-*< •T^'^; 1 .'-.^- -- rrom \ /tattain: Ca^biL}'Willi^ms, husband of Williams of 105 : removed;"••; to> ? 5taake for- '•; •thelQulncy . -i -. ; arrived home last week at he close of :ber 2 ^F the : arbnOspheffe .— - —., '- ,'-*•- T. . • -' •^pp^bbert; :B^ at;/the":'Jjniversrty f or riia: at /Berkeley; -and ^Dr. CaliV^:(released;InXFebruary;; He serVjefi in '-forces for more t hart! four Kern county's taxable >. sales for J r l ^ L - n the second quarter of the year ranked eighth in :th^: state: with a total -of $3&,2&9,QOO. I;Average purchases per resident; for .the period amounted to ?268, the ^fourteenth highest in ttie ;; state,/ ,>/>;/ In its quartel^Jeport; vthe State Board bf Equalization estimates the county's pbpuiatloit; at-184,000, and per capita incomie for the:^quarter at $303, a figure, topped/Tby,20 : counties. Heading the llst'pf .taxable sales in the county: are ;'tKe : ;965: service stations, and ;a,ufo 'supplies: with a quarterly total v of Second husinesBOclassiifJcation "on the list in sales yplume are 705 eat-' ing and Winldnir efitabiishmentB with sales of i ' v $5 ( 864iOO^ : or an l n ^ L n f . ^" *-n ' ^ JH ^- ~,J average of $8320 ; per/ ^outlet Package ; .ligupr • sipres ^1n the county, 79 in all, repprted sales for the quarter at $755,000, afgure that exceeded the total Eales>of jtobacco, soft drinks, \ candy, vbooks, 'sporting equipment and : ^amusements in the county by $212,OpO, : :-:•:•; The liquorjstores; ioWeyer, were one. of the ; few ^/businesses, in the state that did not , show ^ sale gains over the previous ^quarter. : : Throughout -the ; state? :tlie ^largest" amount of; taxable sales, |300,817,- JT A special payment of two weeks extra salary for all full time em- ployes of the J. C. Penney stores who, have been employed for the full year of 4946, and proportionate payments to part time and extra em- ployes, or for those employed less than ,a year, was announced today by Glenn Stanfield, Chester avenue store manager. Air. Stanfield , said 6? employes In this city will participate in the payment, which was authorized by the board of direct pra-bejeause of the unusual business sl^ualtiQii and results of the past. year.. '&&K:-: ' He emphasized that: the payments are not a Christmas plan or bonus, but are: gimply an .extra: paj-ment resulting from extra: Business and and is 'npiirrecurren . 000, was >re6redfr second quarter by restaurants: and bars. RECORD E. spentvdyerseas. are^partci-' ^ 2731 leteenth^street, reported to/ppliceOtodgy^:-that/a record cabinet, • valued: ^t;$l5j was stolen ^^ \ • I L ' - ' . - * ifufe Moil Glerk mination u!ed ;:Mr. and : Mrs. S. J. ifrom his. unlocked car; parked near I *oca ^fL_lr* % H^ - _J ' J ^P* ^ - - • f n X street, -\ : ted States. Civil .Service Commission today announced an ex- amiiiation ^,for the . appbintment of substitute clerk; and:"carrier in the Bai&rsfield post office would be held ;:Jianuary 2. • : i* . •• - ~- - " ~ - > • ' jA.]»plicants ; may Ibbtain necessary forcjjs from Thelma V. Keller at the l post office. The position an hour.: - ' i -I • >*

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