The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 28, 1936 · Page 7
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THE BAKEHSF1ELD CALIFORNIA!*, PK1DAY, AUGUST 28, 19UU FOR GQKE DERN VVnr Secretary to Be Buried in Utah; Pres. Roosevelt Will Attend (AtKOdaled Prtit Leottrl Wire) SALT LAKE CITY, Aug.. 28.— (The army sorrowfully made ready today to bury Its chief. Officers at Fort Douglas army post here said the late secretary of war, George Ui Dern, would be "given a full military funeral" Tuesday afternoon. < President Roosevelt notified t'tnh authorities he would follow the body of Ms cabinet member who died in Washington yesterday to Salt Lake City to mount at his bier. The chief executive Is In the midwest Inspecting drought damage. The distinguished former Utah governor whp fought valiantly against > death from complications of Influenza,- will be burled in beautiful Mount Olivet cemetery .Tuesday afternoon after services either In the etate Capitol or the historic Mormon tabernacle which seats many thousands. Uniformed men tenderly will lay the cabinet member bculde a daughter In the rolling cemetery, within earshot of the University of Utah •tadtum Where Dern, a football enthusiast, was often found on chill fall afternoons. The daughter, Margaret, died in childhood. Five sons and daughters, Mrs. Dern and three surviving sisters will attend the services. • «» Alameda Has New City Government (United Preit Leaned Wire) • ALAMEDA, Aug. 28. —Alameda had a new city government today following a meeting yesterday at which five public officials resigned to tho accompaniment of boos and hisses from spectators. Those officials, who joined with two minority members of the council in accepting their own resignations, were Mayor Hans W. Roebke, City Clerk Sherman Blood, City Attorney William J. Locke and Coun- cllmen Charles "W. Broyles and Bruce Munro. All five, as well as former City Manager B. Ray Fritz, are undpr indictment returned by the Alameda county Grand Jury on charges they used city property for personal use nnd forced contributions from city employes. Bert Morris and James Eschen. minority councilmen and the only remaining members, accepted the resignations. They elected Milton Godfrey, former member of the city planning commission, to replace Munro; H. Albert George to succeed Locke as city attorney, and Mrs. Loreme Bejtle as acting city clerk to replace Blood..' L. A. WOMAN KILLED TRINIDAD, Colo., Aug. 28. (A.P.) Gertrude Pursell, 41. of Los Angeles, was instantly killed and two women riding with her were slightly injured today when an automobile driven by iMIss Pursell struck u mound of loose dirt on a newly graded stretch of U. S. highway No. 350, near Earl, Colo., and overturned. Urges Defeat of Proposal No. 10 (United Prcsi Lctued Wire) SAN FRANCI8CO, Aug. 28.—Tho State Chamber of Commerce's central coast council highway committee today recommended defeat of tho gas tax measure, proposition No. 10 on tho November ballot, and urged the state to budget four highway projects. Kecommended for stale highway commission financing- and construction are completion of tho widening of 131 Camlno Real (Route No. 101) from San Mateo to Palo Alto and from Han Jose to Gllroy; completion of widening on tho Los Claton-Santa Cruz highway; building a portion of tho TSast Shore highway to relievo traffic on East Twelfth street, Oak' land, and reconstruction of AHa- mont Pass road. Hearings on Grade Crossings Sept. 17 (United Pren Leatcd Wire) SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 28.—The State Railroad Commission will open hearings In the State building in Los Angeles on September 17 to determine what action should be taken to eliminate hazards result- Ing from certain grade crossing's over Southern Pacific tracks In Pasadena. The crossings In question are between Grandvlow and Goodwin avenues In that city and. It is planned to eliminate all those not required for public convenience and to provide adequate safeguards for the remainder. Hearings which were called on motion of the commission will be before Examiner J. G. Hunter of the railroad commission. ff'f HEW FOR 1937 AMERICA'S MOST COPIED RADIO AguinA $29.95 5750.00 Fresno County's Budget Approved (United Prctt Leatcd Wire} SACRAMENTO, Aug. 28.—Fresno county's new budget of 11,148,491, an excess of $302,447 over the 6 per cent Increase limitation, today curried the approval of the state board of equalization. The increase was approved principally to permit tho county to finance increased cost of old age pensions. The board also approved u. budget of $101,132 for the Fresno county library district, an excess of $8348. Tulare county's budget of $1,24!,277 an excess of $184,581 also was approved. Other approvals Included: Tulare Union High School district $151,248, an excess of $24,273. Albany unified school district, Alameda county, $323,100, an excess of $50,925. Soviet Envoy at London Recalled (United l're»i Leased Wire) LONDON, Aug. 2g.—General Vlt ova Putna, Soviet military attache hero, was summoned to Moscow bj a telegram from the Soviet war com mlssariat, it was learned today. Ho left here August 8. Putna, it was learned, had no planned to Icavo London until to day. He was scheduled to help ar range the Red army maneuvers ii. AVhlte Russia, starting September 9 and to prepare a reception for the British military mission which will attend the exercises. Before coming here Putna was the Soviet military attache In Berlin. New Type Traffic Signal Operating (\tsociated I'rcti Leased Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 28.—A new type traffic signal, operated by the traffic itself, was in operation here today. Installed by the city as an experiment, the signal is actuated by a device in Ihe street approximately 30 feet from tho Intersection. When a vehicle passes over tho device, it automatically brings- the cross-flow of traffic to a stop by switching tho signal. Other such signals will be installed here If the experiment proves successful. FEATURES YOU NEVER SAW 0 R HEARD RE- FORE ON ANY RADIO Com* into our itore and look over th«M new £«nithi. An unbelievable number of modeli io ohooie from. Prices r •o moderate, you will wonder how * manufacturer with a 20-year reputation for making $2,500 radioi can do it. William ft Booth r« Tbtitir l»U4lii| mi H strMi ••••• sis* Our Experience Aeiurei Your 8*tl»f«ctlon Miles Poindexter Weds Mrs. Latane (Atsociated Preti Leated Wire) HARTKORD, Conn., Auff. 28.— Miles Polndcxlcr of Trenlee, Va., former U. S. senator from Washington, and Mrs. Klllnor Jackson Junkln Latano of Hartford were marrfed today In tho Trinity College chapel. Poindextor was In tho Seriate from 1913 to 1923 and then was U. S. ambassador to I'eru until 1928. . Mr«. I/aUine is the widow of Dr. John Holluday Luliine, professor of American hlslory and (loan of tho academic school ot Johns Hopkins University. *«» NKIOIIIIOKS IN Ql'AKIlKl, ' CLEVELAND. AUff. 28. (U. P.>—It was Stanley Woskowskl who circulated tho story thai her house was haunted, charged Mrs.' Tlllle G. Fredericks, court stenographer, in a $2000 damage suit. The petition us- sertH ho uggruvatcd the matter by spraying acid on tier roses, breaking the tllo roof of the "haunted" house with stones and wrecking her lino fence. STANDARD GASOLINE unsurpassed , LISTEN IN EVERY MONDAY EVENING "CALIFORNIA'S HOUR", KERN, 9 TO 10 P. M.S Children's LUNCH KITS Round or square enameled hit with H-plnt hot and cold bottle. Black iitui green. Special . 80x105 Rayon Spreads size, heavy quality. Bountiful floral patterns, scalloped edge. All colors. Special Girls' SLACKS Heavy llneno and striped slacks with cuff bottom. Sizes to 14. Clearance 49t Qlrl»' Rayon PAJAMAS Heavy quality: 1 ind 2-pleco styles. Solid arid fancy patterns. Sizes to 14. Special . 50* Qlrle' Taffeta DRESSES Clever new styles In rayon taffeta dresses In fall colors. Sizes to 14, Special ... Men's. Boys' Cowboy HATS 49 $1 59 . . . Official cowboy hats for Frontier Days Aolnbradon. . . . . l.lRlu niul folsck rolor. All nl7.cs. M Ladies' Shoes and Sandals Values to $1.49 (10 pairs to olnso out ni Hiic Hnlurdny. 3-nyulet nxforiln ntul li-alhor or linen sumlnlB. .Slscs to 8. Pair School Days will soon be here. Every boy and girl will want to look their best at the first day of school. The National has been planning for months to bring you the smartest school clothes in high quality at lowest prices. Buy your needs here and save 18x36 Cannon TOWELS 131 it double thread Cannon towels. In whllo with colored uordnr. Special . . . 2O Electric FANS $1.4!) values priced lo clear . . . Factory diiar- anteml one year . . . Lai-go xlzea. Close-Out . Boys' Cowboy PANTS Heavy blue ilenhn rivaled waist . . . overalls for Frontier Days. SUCH to 1H. Bpeclal ... Boys' School Shirts Sizes 6 to 14. Fine well-tailored broadcloth dress shirts In solid and new fancy patterns. Fast color. Full cut. Just the shirt for school wear. Special Boys' School Cords Heavy well-tailored cord pants for school. Pull cut. Wide cutf bottom. All colors. Sizes 4 to 16. 'Special Boys' Jeans and Bib Overalls Heavy blue denim jeans and denim overalls with bib. Full cut and well mado. Sizes 6 to 1G. Special BOYS' CAPS Dress caps and beanies caps for ichool. Fall colors. All BlzeB. Special . . . Boys' Tweed PANTS Well-tailored tweed dress pants In gray and tan color. Full cut. Sizes 6 to 16. BOYS' SOX Cotton and rayon mixed BOX for boys. Heavy foot. Mixed colors. Slles 7 to Pair .... Boys' Cotton VESTS Fine cotton tinder- , vests In rlhbod and I plain. Sizes 26 to 34. 3 for ANKLETTES Cotton and' rayon mixed bobby BOX for •chool. Pastel and dark colors. Cjizcu 5 to 10V4. Pair . . . . Boys' POLO SHIRTS . . . Waffle knit and corded rayon DO!O I shirts with snort sleeves. Sizes 2 lo 16. Special Children's SWEATERS Pino part-wool slipover sweaters for | boys and girls. Kail colors. Sizes 26 to 36. Special GIRLS' SCHOOL DRESSES Fast color print dresses in new, clever styles for school. New fancy pal- terns. Sizes 6 to 14. Special GIRLS'SLIPS Kine broadcloth slips with built up shoulder. Neatly trimmed; pink and peach color. Sizes 4 to 1*. Special Girls' Rayon Undies Bloomers, panties and vests in heavy rayon quality. Pink and peach color. Sizes 4 to M Special, Cholc« Full Fashioned Silk Hose Chiffon - Service - Knee Length. All flrsi quality; 12 n«w Pall xhades; clear weave pure silk hone with nlcot and elastic top In knee length. Sizes 8% to 10. New Fall Dresses Scores ot smart new fall fashions In rayon prints, novelty crepes, rayon seersucker and powder cloth. Newest collar details with short and puff sleoves. You will bo amazed at the smartness and the quality ot those dresses. Solid and fancy tall patterns. Sizes 14 to 62. Special .... FALL COATS •DRESS COATS *FUR FAIRICS •SMUTS COATS •SIALINE AND •WOOLENS HAVER FURS •ROUOH WEAVES A Rpeclul group of beautiful new Fall contH at U low price. DreHH and sport modoln In nirmrt now fnhrlcH—woolens, rough weaves and fur fabrics—dre»s styles trimmed with .SnHIIno and Baavar Furs. LADIES' UNIFORMS Flna quality broadcloth In pink, blue, Brcon nnd white with while collar, cuff and pockets. Fitted style. All sizes. Special ........ Ladies' Fall Hats Scores of new fall styles in flno quality felt. Narrow and medium brims. Fall colors. All sizes. Special Ladles' . . . Heavy panno satin slips in tailored and lauo- irlmmed. . . Rip- proof scums. . . . Peach and pink. SIzeB 34 to 44. Ladles' Slippers Kine leatherette and felt Bllppem. with leather toe, pudcleri »ole. All colors. Pair . . Sale-School Shoes-Sale Properly Fitted Shoes That Wear WOMEN'S, GIRLS'AND CHILDREN'S Black or Brown School Oxfords, Calf or Suede Leather and Composition Soles. Many styles to Choose From. Don't Miss This! ALL NEW FALL STYLES ON DISPLAY ALL SIZES Values to $2.95 Every Pair Guaranteed All Widths Boys' and Young Men's School Shoes Durable All-Leather School and Dress Oxfords. All Sizes and Every Pair Guaranteed. Men's and.Boys' Work Shoes Values to $2.95 Shoe* for the Entire Family MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Full cut, well tailored dress shirts In woven madras and genuine broadcloth. Nonwllt and Duke of Kent collars. Full shrunk and fast colors. Solid daep- tones and fancy ' patterns. Sizes .14 to 17. Special . . MEN'S TIES ,500 smart new fall ties "in new patterns. 'Neatly lined. Special . . . Men's WORK SHIRTS Heavy rhuinbrny and c'overi cloth work KlilrtH roat style. 2 imokels. Sizes tu 17. Special . . . Shop on Moizanino Fltor LADIES' HEELS Leather or Composition , . Light Colored Shoos Dyed a Serviceable Black . , Mon's or Ladies' FULL SOLES AND HEELS U.79 A Complete Now lottom All Work Guaranteed While You Wait Sorvieo Man's DRESS SOX . . Hayon and cotton ( mixed drcdH sox In Kail patteniH. Heavy foot, sizes to 12. Pair .... Men's Polo Shirts Heavy rayon and fancy knit polo xhlrtH. All colors I and nines. Special . Men's Cowboy OVERALLS . . Official riveted waist overalls for Frontier Days. . . Kl7.c« 29 to 42, Special . . . Men's Shirts and Shorts Colton knit vest ami fancy broadcloth fihorts. All Hlzen. Choice ... SEW SCHOOL CLOTHES NOW 80 SQ. PEPPERELL PRINTS Solid and fancy patterns. Now full cotton suitings. Yard . 36-INCH CRETONNE VAT DYED PRINTS yard 36-inch broadcloth.' New curtuin nets outing flannel. Special CREPE CLAUDETTE yard New Fall pattern, fast color. Will not pull at seams. Special Boy»' Oil-It' School Shoes Sizes G to 2. All leather soles. New fall styles In oxfords und ono-ntraps. Ton, black, patent and two tone color. FLOOR Pair • • •

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