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EDITORIALS This section contains editorials, latest local news, world sports, a thrllllJiff serial and news of general interest.' WANT ADS Classified Advertising columns of The Bakersfield Callfornlan close promptly at 11 o'clock every morning. Phone 31, :.^ V % '•m L6CAL SECTION BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1936 PAGES 9 TO 16 FIND YOUNGSTER DEAD IN KERN ISLAND CANAL '* * * # * * * * * ,* * # * * # Force of 275 Men Conquers Damaging Fire on Greenhorn '••* .•'••..* . # * * ' * * # * * * * * * * • * . ARMED BANDITS KIDNAP AND ROB EDISON MAN -KIDNAPING— -GREENHORN FIRE- -BOY DROWNS Jack Long Goes for Ride at Request of Two Bold Robbers IS STOLEN WHISKER CROPS ARE CULTIVATED Taken by Pair Using Big Sedan to Carry Man to Park Area "T\ON'T make any fuss. This is -*-^ a stick-up. Come with us." With these terse commands, two armed bandits last night held up n"hd kidnaped Jack Long of Edison, forcing him to accompany them in thfjr big sedan to an outlying city park, where they robbed him of a b'lllfold containing $11. Long told Bakersfield police he was walking south on L street near the center of town last evening when two mon stepped up behind him In the dark and Jabbed a metal object, which he believed to be a pistol, in his back. Taken' for Ride > After notifying him that It waa a "stick-up", the bandits obliged Long to climb into their sedan, which was parked at the curb within 30 feet of where he waa • halted, Long re. counted. .AW^Vj'iijkL.'-•'•.»-* ' £. •• *v One of ffie'rob'Dei'B^e'pl him" covered, Long reported, while the other" got into the driver's seat and drove tho sedan 'fhorth . tor .the small park at Q. street';Just. off ; Golden? State avenue. There they'relieved him of his billfold., Silence Demanded Subsequently the robbers drove Long back to Twenty-first and L streets and released him with the order to "keep quiet". Long said his captors were of 'dork complexion, probably Mexicans. The hold-up is being Investigated by Inspector. Tom Hildreth and Patrolman F. X. Berens of the police ^department. , Tests to Be Held for Air Workers Throe examinations, to fill vacancies of aircraft Instrument mechanic's helper, junior aircraft instrument mechanic, aircraft Instrument mechanic and senior aircraft Instrument mechanic, are to bo held by the United States civil service com- misriun, it was announced today. Tho vacancies are at Rockwell Field, Calif.; Hawaii and other fields in California. The applications must bo on file not later than September 57, 1936, at the office of the'manager fcf tho 12th U. S. Civil Service District, Room 119 Federal Building. Ban Francisco. Applications may bo obtained from the office of tho 'civil service commission at tho Bakersfield Post Office. * « » MASS FOR MATRON Mass will be held at 8 o'clock Wednesday morning at St. Francis Catholic Church for Mrs. Matt Delanty who is seriously 111 at Mercy Hospital. Tho Reverend Father Fred .Crowley will officiate at tho mass. All members of the St. Francis Altai- Society are requested to attend the service. Mrs, Delanty was an active member of tho society and church. T HE weather had cooled off to 100 In the shade today—and there was plenty of shade. Bakersfield ha'd the appearance of a hobo convention city, with every, male physiognomy clad In bristles, blond, black and brightest red. But In a few weeks these will be silken beards. "The first two weeks are the hardest," said Big Whisker Fred Nlghbert as he rallied his cohorts for Frontier Days. He confided to ah Inquiring reporter that he has determined upon mustache and muttonchops as the style most befitting the dignity of the Chief Whlskerlno. Another reason, he admitted, Is that there seems to be an "alkali spot" on his chin. Other men not so affected-are cultivating a wide variety of facial adornment. And reports from over the county Indicate that this favorite fall masculine sport Is not confined to locals as the sun rose on the first day of the $95 Whlskerlno championship contest. 1000 Acres of Brush Near Timber Zone Destroyed by Raging Mountain Blaze LEAVETOR Slock Shipped En Routo to 'Sacramento for Places ,. in State Fair Union Cemetery is a NON-1'BOFIT CORPORATION, which means that all income goes into the Cemetery treasury. It is conducted for the benefit of the public and not ,• for Individual profit. 40% of the sales of this Cemetery goes Into the Per. pctuol Core Fund to insure Perpetual Care Off he nt the Cemetery Telephone 2237 , Three train carloads of purebred dairy cattle, sheep und pigs raised by Future Farrnois of Kern Count'y Union High School were shipped to Sacramento today for competition In the state fair next Saturday. Throe instructors and a large group of students are going north today also. II. 1C. Dickson, head of the department, is there already, and John L. Knight, Gilbert Hutchlngs and R. L. Shrevo are following today. They are In charge of dairy cattle, pigs and sheep, respectively. Student exhibitors are going as follows: Loren Yaussy, Richard McClana- ban, James Bussell, Louis C. Cross, George Dean, Bobby Dickson, Archie, and Fred Prick, Kenneth Frlck, Lawrence Heath, AVayno Moseley, Buddy O'Hare, Robert Rodriguez, Ed Saecker, Carl Lewis, Verl Frost, Arthur Me Lain, Bruce Hannu, Bruce Ponton, Milton Fussell and Kenneth Mebane. Ben Sutton, another Instructor, will accompany Frank Brown, Lawrence Baldwin, Warren Brock and Lee Hare to Sacramento on September 10 and II for tho Future Farmer convention, to which the boys are official delegates. Miss Juliana Ormsby, Holsteln queen of the local school farm's dairy herd and grand champion cow In the 1934 stutu fair, will again show this year. She was not entered In 1985. •»• «• Air Trips to Big Races Announced Charter trips to tho National Air Races In Los Angeles next week end will be made by tho Kern County Air Service of Toft in a new Travel- air plane, It was announced today by O. T. Box of Taft. Tho piano has Just been bought for advanced student training, passenger flights and charter trips. It carries two passengers beside the pilot and will operate at both Taft and Bakersfield. It is powered .with a 16&horsepower Comet engine. Anyone Interested In the charter trips to the air races may consul! Dennis Casey, who can be reached through the Taft or Bakersfield air ports, Mr. Box said. >•» . f Kern Committee Is Praised by Leader Appreciation to the Kern county committee for Its efforts against tho single ts,x was expressed today in a letter to Ben W. Holloway, a member, from "W. H. Anderson, chairman of the state committee. A1 the same time Mr. Anderson urged that guard be kept against any fur ther attempt to initiate the single tax In California. By a ruling of the State Supreme Court last week the title of the in I tlatlve measure to have appeared on the November ballot was declarec misleading and the measure was or dered stricken. * "Proponents of the measure state in the public press." Mr. Anderson wrote, "that another attempt wll be made at a future date to place the measure agiiln on the ballot. Kven though our organization In disbanding, wo urge all to k«e,p -watchful eye open to block any such attempt." Attorney Is Ordered to Determine Authority of Municipality SAY LAWS VIOLATED Use of Streets by Huge Vehicles Cause for Vigorous Protest TRRUCK routings through Bakers•*• field, subject of recurrent pleas for changes by citizens on much- traveled streets, received the attention of the city council last night, the council instructing the city attorney to determine what its egal power In the matter is. At- .orney Ed West, who was present o represent a petitioner for an en- ertalnmcnt permit, Introduced the rucking problem and volunteered to xsalst the city attorney. All-NIght Parking At the same time tho council Instructed the traffic department to report on tho extent of all-night parking of oil tanker trucks on city streets. Both reports will be made, n two weeks. Brundagc Lane has been designated by tho council as the official trucking route, but because of its roughness It Is not used. California avenuo residents have complained of the use of that street by trucks and although trucks arc banned from Twenty-fourth street, they are using It, Attorney AVest slated. Cross-Town Artery Councilman Alfred Slemon asked Lhat H street be made smoother and the city manager replied that he had suggested to tho city engineer that Bakersfield needs a north and south cross-town artery, H street being tho logical route. On the manager's request the city council instructed the clerk to call for bids on a road disk for which $1800 haa been budgeted. This machine Is Intended for leveling such corduroy surfaces as that of H street. Mr. Slomon asked that Us first use be on this street. Loses Music Fight C. O. Graham lost his application for a license to provide music for dancing and other entertainment at his Cafe Royal, 1001 Eighteenth street. He was represented by Attorney West. The petition has been the cause of a neighborhood dispute for several weeks, with Attorney Samuel Taylor representing protest- Ing residents. Tho license had been refused by the city manager upon an unfavorable report by Chief of Pollen R. B. Powers. Councilman Slemon, seconded by Councilman Boden, moved to uphold tho city manager in his decision, with Mayor Wilson concurring. Councilmen Hollers and Ka- mlnsk) voted no. Councilman Smith was absent. Qraham and Attorney West are considering further action. Award Contract The contract for building a siphon at Thirty-fourth street and East Side Canal was let to Oppermati & Company In a low bid of $D13C. The engineer asked for another week on identical bids of this com pany and Williams & Qreenough for tho construction of another siphon on Brink Drive, saying that tho two wore to settle which should get tho contract, but that they had not reported an agreement. Paul Newell headed a delegation from the committee which worked for passage of the plunge bonds at last week's election and thanked the council for Its support. The committee hopes to continue working on the plunges' behalf, he said. The council also passed a resolution thanking the recreation committee.. The, official count of the plungo vote was 3E>£9 yen, 3118 no. falling short of tho necessary two- thirds. DRIVER ORDERED TO COUNTY JAIL THOMAS DUNN, 46, alleged I drunken driver who was chased down by Sheriff Ed Champness on his Palomino mare Sunday afternoon, today faced a six months' term In the county jail and the possibility of prosecution on a charge which will carry a state prison sentence. Judge Frank Noriega sentenced Dunn to jail yesterday on the drunk driving charge and California Highway Patrol officers said they would file a complaint against him for operating his car without a driver's license —his license assertedly having been revoked because of a prior offense. | '"pWO kundrod nnd seventy-Jive I . men hastily summoned from, i Kern and TulaVe counties today i had succeeded in controlling n big > i brush fire on Greenhorn mountain, i stopping Its advance before timber j Mrs. mC ; was reached but only after npnrox- ! Imutely 1000 acres had boon burned i with groat loss to the watershed. Tho fire was discovered in midmorning yesterday and the fight- OF HAROLD HERNDON, 7, LOCATED AFTER LONG SEARCH BY OFFICERS Abilenc, Texas, Djcs in Local Depot FIND $10,000 IN GEMS ers worked nil night. Little, assist- unco was possible from forest service fire trucks because of tho stoop In- fV|vlr>r Pne» MnHnm Thiv accessible country and a largo mini | Ul OC1 I OSl-.MOllCIn 1 HIS power was required. Fifty mon were ' drawn from Tehachapl CCO camp, 7f> j from Inyokern CVC cnnip, 50 from Maxon camp in Tuluro county and , I 65 from Fulton, with additional help I I from Hukorsflelcl. Hunger Harold! A I P. Howhay nnd his assistant, Elmo Freear, wore In charge. Water Threat Tho fire was located on Little Poso creek southwest of Duvts ranger station. Pointing to tho seriousness of sxich blazon, Hen Cooper, dispatcher In tho forest service, said that burned over mountain ureas conserve about 6 per cent of tho ''Xiinder of TENDING a night-long search by Bakersfleld police, firemen and friends ' ' ' *-* of tho family, the body of 7-year-old Harold Herndon. son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Leslie Herndon of 630 R street, was taken from Kern island canal Just south of Lowell Pnrk at 1 a. m. today. He hud been missing slnco lust soon swimming with u group of playmates In the canal at 3 p. m. yesterday afternoon, and had beon drowned for several hours previous to discovery of his body by J. H. Mills of the city fire department, It was reported. An excellent swimmer despite his youth, the small boy was playing In tho canal with a group of other children yesterday afternoon, at a point Just south of California avenue. At nliout 3 o'clock, Harold r»n- Aflernoon to Learn Cause of Death POST - MOUTKM examination was ordered this afternoon to j nounred ho was going to swim to n determine the cause of death of Mrs. Madge Alexander, B&, prominent nnd reputedly wealthy resident of 1802 North Fifth street, Abilene, Texan, whoso diwd body, on which was found n munll fortune In ilia- monds, was tnknn from a motor stage hern lust night. Totnl vnhio of thi> jewelry worn succeeding The. valu about 20 cents an acre, h<> nuld, but ns watershed cover the loss IH worth here about $1 an aero. In m uthern California, where there Is large population and the danger of floods is ifto great, they value the watershed cover nn high as $1000 an acre. Form Organization To meet this danger tho statf SEVERAL HURT fflPSZED AUTOS Odd Accidents Send Eight Persons to Hospitals; One Other Injured Eight of thfi nlno persons injured in Kern traffic accidents last night were hurt when, In two different Instances, automobiles overturned without being Involved In collisions. In one case, an iiutomoliiie lost a wheel and turned over, while In the other, the sudden application of brakes was held responsible for overturning the car. L. Oran Manker. of 3837 Minerva. avenue, Culver City, was tho driver of a car which turned over near Fainosa on Golden State highway at T hree persons aro recovering In 0 o clock last evening when ho m.id- K .-m hospitals today from wounds denly applied his brakes in an ef- j inflicted by "unloaded gu.iH." ; ,. um " im> Mrs. been of l a carat ";\ch, according 111 bur pui'No WIIH $26 in Hud Iloen In L. A. Alexander, who reportedly tree further down the cannl. It WHH i reported. Ho left • the group of swimmers nnd was never seen again '< alive. No Immediate concern wan felt.j as It was thought ho had climbed j out on tho bank nnd gone home. j Search 1-nunrhrd I Parents of the hoy became nn- when neighborhood for him. Fonr h- WHH a i will be heralded by a Frontier Days victim of tho whirling canal water* , . , . ,,,,., , grow nlmo«t to a "ortainty o« n Provlew to be held V, ednesday eve- i-lieok of places ho might have gono nlng at 8 o'clock at Jefferson Park, of tllp '• «•> «h« final community night enter- I Old-Time Music, Dancing Planned for Fete at Jefferson Park f the boy became an- _,„,,,., ., ,, „ .. __ he fulled to como home i W MILB l roniler Days are "com- iinrt searched tho neigh-! I"K 'round the mountain," they Polli-e worn Hiimmoned to neuron tho canal ut in oVlook. Police Chief Itoh powortt nnd In- - i talnmcnt of the summer series will visiting In LOH Angeles. I specior it. V. (irnyson, first to nr- held. Ol ;, Hinging and dancing by entertainers In costumes will carry out close friend, Mrs. Ruby Ilohnrty. 1'at Worthatn. 2C23 Tlldge Kond. Herkeley, nal next to Mrs. Alexander most of the wny from I/os An- forest Hcrvlct- Is building up an or- J gnles to Hakei-BfleUi. It WOH reported gunlzalion which cun riiHh mon and n,, t <ild police tho woman chatted fire trucks anywhere, n«?.'«d within . w ui, him U nd appeared In tho best a few hours of the fire's discovery. I O f health. Prompt action Haven many millions of doilars loss. . was en route to llanfonl to visit a I rive at the scene, cant off their outer \ tho Frontier Days program. garments and plunged Into tho Icy j Ouests of honor at the program wAter to comb the weedy channel ' vvl11 Include: Miss Bertha Hall, Call- for half n mile below tho point ! fornla Outdoor Girl champion, who 9 111 I 1»IA VVnilllHorl nv X 1 1U TTUUllUCU Uj <tTT««l,v«% J « J» LUllOciQCQ \Vhile wniling n( the loml depot, remiiliilne In her sent at (lie linrk of (ho IIIIN, Mrs, ,\l«x- ander appeared Miiddenly to fnlnt, wltneNSPH reported. When tho woman fulled to respond to rest or- at I VPN, an nmtiuliinro WON Hum- inoned nnd she was rushed to a local hospital. She VTUN pronounced dead upon arrival. where the. boy was last eeen. Curried Downs!renin They wore Jolno.d by other police and firemen, but the body was not found until water wu« turned from tho canal after midnight. It WUH finally located by Mllln with the, ul.l of a flashlight, approximately l&O leet dowimtrenm from whera tho boy was swimming. Harold, who WIIH born at Atnaca dero, Is survived by his purentH and four brothers, Robert, Jerry, Walter nnd Hugh. Vuneral xervloon will l>o conducted at Klloklnger-Digler fort to avoid collision with a truck slowing down ahead of him. With him In the car were Mrs. Mrs. Fern Smith. Hi), of 15 Houth King street, Is being treated at Kern ,,,,.,,, | ehnpol Wednesday afternoon ut 2 Medical attendants) expressed tho ] o'clock. Interment xvlll be in CJreenlawn opinion she died of a cerebral hern- morrlmgo. Mankcr and Mr. and Mrs. William i in tho log, assortedly received whllo James, 2060 Malcolm avenuo. West- she was cloanlng a muitll caliber plstol. Mrs. L: It wood, all of whom were treated at Delano hospital for cuts and abrasions, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Porter, of 6706 Vlnedalo avenue, Bell, and their two children. Harold nnd Bessie, were brought to Mercy Honpltul for treatment at 7:30 o'clock lust evening after their automobile lost a wheel and overturned near Gorman on tho Ktdge route. Mr. Porter suffered a back Injury, whllo tho otheris escaped with minor cuts and brulsoH. Barney Rhodes, 27, of Greenfield, was slightly Injured when his automobile was sldeswlped by another machine one mllo north of Green- fleld on Golden Stato highway lost night. He was brought to Kern General Hospital for treatment, Two Small Fires Battledjby Force | Two fires were extinguished by j Bakersfield flro department this i morning, damage in both Instances | being small. Flro apparently originating in a rubbish box at tho kllche.n door burned the porch and reached the attic of a homo occupied by Armand Reyncr at 721 Knst Truxtun avenuo at 4 o'clock this morning. The house is owned by J. Brecon. A wooden fence in the backyard of a house occupied by Eugene. Malone, 1150 Eighth street, \vu* damaged by another fire which broke out at 9:30 a. m. L. M. Loftus is owner of tho house. A fire scar.) at Hotel 151 Tejon this ? th ", r » ml1 '"; Funeral Thursday for Delano Woman DELANO, Sept. L—Funeral rites will be conducted Thursday at St. Mary's Church in Delano for Mrs. Lucia Agnes Balsa, 67, wife of Prank Salsa, Br., and pioneer resident of the Ban Joaquln valley. Mrs. Balsa died last night at tho family home here, with her 12 children and husband at her bedside. 8he was a native of the Azores Island and had lived in Delano 22. yearn. Hho had been married nearly 41 years and had lived In the'Han Joaquln valley nearly alt of that time; They wore married in VI- •alia*. Tlio Delano Mortuary has charge '- of the funeral arrangement*. General Hospital for a bullet wound j ,,j nn TpVB)j , {1((>() Tho body In at Payne. A Bon chapel. Following the post-mortem ex- Stevenson, of Lynns I «'»'»'it'"". ""> remains will bo taken valley! and Ralph Dove, of Kl Monte, j l(> T " X " H , f " r fl '»«"il services, ac- aro reported on the road to rocov- c °V, > " nn '? 1 . 1 '' V - MrH - 1 - ) °' lcrt >'- ery Ht Kan Joiiquln Hospital from wounds received when they wore both struck by the- famu bullet no- cldentally fired from a .22 special rifle. The accident occurred IIH Mr. nnd Mrs. Dove und their two boyw were | preparing to louvo tho St^vi'iisun | home, where they hud been vIMtlng | for several days. | Ono of the boyn accidentally dls- j charged the rlflii In climbing Into ! tho cor, It. was reported, Mrs. Alexander IH survived by a sun. Minor Alexander, of Abilene, Tcxufl, and u nleoe, Ml«H Minor Alex- under of Uend. Oregon. City Personals * * * * * * Bits of News has just returned from her trip to Alaska which sho won OB a prize for her horsemanship at the Salinas Rodeo, the Kern County Rangers, and members of tho local Frontier Days committee. I'TA Sponsors Tlio program IH being sponsored by the Washington P. T. A. of which Mrs. Gus Vercummen Is president, and Mr. Vercatnmen, a member of the Frontier Days commit to<>, has arranged the program. Among the entertainers In addition to tho Kern County Rangers will be, tho Southern Stars, radio artists, who will present a vaude- vlllo act with a western theme: Mltw Lois Knowles. who will repeat Spanish dances which were a hit on tha community night program at Beale Park la»t week; an old-time fiddler who knows his pioneer swing music; MltiBOs June and Shirley Focht. who will sing old-fnahtoned songs. Miss Walt Director Flumes which destroyed tho home! MU» Kalherlne Wait Is the gen- of Homer Hopkins. iil7 H street, i oral director of the program, taking (Sunday night were caused by an ! charge In tho absence of Walter electric ico box. It was announced i Shoesmlth. A series of 12 programs today by city flro department iiffl ; have been given with 12,000 persons flalH. who warned householders I In attendance. ngnlndt putting their mechanical ro- \ frlgerators tf>o C!OHO to thf! walls of their homon. An open spam of at leant two Inches should l»> l"ft between re- frlgoralor und the wall, it Is tin Memorial Park. Electric Ice Box Blamed for Blaze Grueling Drive Is Shown in Picture Frontier Fete Is Magazine Feature 'flirei rlurod. to permit circulation of ulr , nroljl)l j jj^, ( , O || H ,,„,) to n|i, nv u mur- momborn of tho HukersfloM '' (rln of mifi-ty Hhould tho electric Tho National Auloninhllu inaguzlne'H cover this month will feat tiro UakerHflKld Frontier V'uyn, duto bring Heptotnbcr "7. .1. police ilt*pnrtineni urc Imclt on duty nguln thin week following tholr mini- j un'i- vni'iillonw. Tliey nro l/li-uton- j nut c. O Durant, who vlnliod rein-: ( ;) U I, i lives In Missouri, Sergennl \Vlllliiinl lliirrlH. who divided II!N vnciitlon I lino bolweeii Sun Franc-lwo inn! MIIIK Hi'iii'li, nnil MrB. llcli-n \VIK| motor for liny reawon become over- healed. H. Smlthey, K.-rn Cuumy i •hiini'ber l '"""• l )rj|lc ''' s«>orctnry, who tho Sierra Scenery Is Topic of Address of <'oiiinu'ri:i> Hi'fivtary. wild today. He him prupareil tlio cover and an accompanying article. On Kojitotnbur '.'8 tin- I'onoco Tra- '""" nvo '" rro w llh friends at , Klorra Bconory—boyond Thrilling motion pictures of a grueling drive from Los Angeles to Death Valley and Mount Whitney will be, shown every evening from 7:30 to 10:30 at tho Moore-1'ontiac Company, Chester avenuo «t Twenty- nlxth Htreet. it wu» Hnnoiinced today. The film, whofo shuwlng will start tonight, depicts the run made by a. Pontluc stock six-cylinder »edan over ono of tho tuo.«t tortuous roadM In America. The cur and its driver, "TS1 Kills, will Vie at the show nlso. Tho car was lubricated on its run King In the valley of the Kern !« " extremely beautiful und the fishing ...m, i.,,.,,,,, ,n ,,,,,,,,. «u lv<*rn Itlvor Pnt-l/ u\«-i,i,,,iliii* .,,..,I ' . ^ Wltll 1 ennt.'II ilU'll'r oil lyin UIMI iaiK HMimuitng in«'l ; no good even poor flnhermen can get will he opeiioil tomorrow noon, when the llghtH suddenly wnnt out and the lobby filled \Mtli smoke, wan attributed to a U-uimforrnur which burned out In tho cellar. Al Smith Silent which tho nalurul wealth und the scenic beauties of liakerwfleld nnd Kern county were dlNcu»m*<l. An- i-xpundliig on local uttructloiiM IH to bo ImnidcuHt soon, Mr. Ktnlibov IIIIH been formud. . "", mountains being dry In summer. A report on urllvlties of the Kern president Walter K. Peterson pn>- l.ounty Umiriijer of Commerce dur- Bided. Mimlo WUH furninhed by Miss lug the Mummer Interim will be • Helen l.*-e, Jotj La Plunto nnd niatlo by Kccn-tiiry .1. II. Hmlthoy at •**» Scouts Back From at (Aitoctatfd Prrti Lrated Wire) Scout* of the KiwanlH-Bponsored troop 18 were back today from a NEW YORK, Bept, 1.—Alfred E. Sequoia National Purk camp under Smith refused to comment today on | the leadership of KooutmuMter Will- j Topeka report* that he would make j 'am Rowland. The boys hiked from In-) a meeting of the directors ut a 6 j o'clock dinner In Kl Tejon hotel tonight. The chamber meeting will j follow at 7:30 o'clock. j Manager Fred Wldmor of Piidro! 20 Lou Angeles hunters j la*t night und wore out i | In the field early this morning for the opening of dovo m-iimm. And 16 of them, he added, wort- back with JOIU-H HmlU by 9 o'clock. Four Members of One Family Slain (United I'rett Leateil Wirr) CARBON HILL, Ala., Sept. 1.— Four member* of one family were. City Treasurer H. H. Smith and, two or three addresses In eastern •• l«odgepole camp to Twin lakes, a Mrfl - "•"!"> I'avo returned from it *- " l8 states opposing President Iloow«velt'H i dlHtunco of 7 miles, with packs on «n°«t« « vacation at Kan Franclnco. I aren ' re-election. their backs for an overnight camp. In the pant, close friends of tho! Tho«« going wero Ix«o and Clar- 1928 Democratic presidential candl-! ence. Miller. Phillip and Lee Me- date and foe of the new deal hav«|Graw, Krvln, Don and Wetsley Kpal- »ald that If Hmith makes any ad-; Ing^r, 1'Vxd mid Archie Winters, dresses, against the President' re-', 1'Yank .Smith, JionaM Toth, Harold election, he would do no under indc- j Crldur, Jay \Vlelxs and Larry Ander- pendent aunp|co/* and would no' \ son. Transportation WUH by trunk make any .direct advocacy of U»c | donated by AVUlard 40hn«on of the Lwidon-Koox ticket. ' BaUwsUeld Contract Carriers. found shot to death today In their home near here. The dead were Marcus Sluddard, 30, and their chll- Ktuddard. 6. and Tho weather was exceptionally fine sht !r'^'.,. S Vi ad . a , rd :.. 6 . nl V. nih JV all month. Mr. Bmith reported. SCHOOL OI'KMNG UKLAYKD HAUNA^,' 8«pt. 1. (A. P.V— Optw- Ing of King 'City schools today WUH postponed until Beptombt-r 10 because a cast of infantile paralysis Sheriff H. Cl. Mitchell of Kayette county Miiki his Investigation Indicated Mrs. Htuddimi killed tho i others and then herttelf. K1G HAKVKST BEGINS Calif... Kept. county. ' reported, in southern Monterey j (A. P.)—Tho Kadota fig season waa ' In full in tlila district today. SALE OF MONUMENTS Sept. 1 to Sept. 15 SOME AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE All Greatly Reduced MANY DESIGNS TO CHOOSE FROM ED. HELM Monumrnlt EIGHTH AND BAKKR Phouo .ISO '-3

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