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srt ;-.,• - ^A*r,4r l^:i^P%^^iiSB5^H •; : v •:• -' .:- ^•^-<-^;; :r^^/;^^;4 : ^^p^;^!-^^MMg >.'.-••:•-. v - "•••-•'•> •-•--.••:•:-• /,;'-vv"^fei^^/^,;'v^^^^i N ^••^^^•^•^A ^ J ^^^^^^BV " I ~ttf^ EDI UNITED PRESS ftfiPQRT TMI LtADlMO NIWSPAPIR OF THE SOUTHERN SAN JOAQUtN VALLEY AND EXCLUSIVE COMPUTE ASSOCIATED TWO SECTIONS BAKERSFIELB, CALTFORN1A, SATUHDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1936 No. 3 12 P LANTIC FLYER A. F. L. SUSPENSION PANI8H REVOLT W Daring Flyers Into Second TT Day of National Air Races at L. A. Municipa Airport IP MINERS Prt»t Ltatitd vtCopjrlfiht, 1936. by AwooUtcd I RUN, Spain,'With Rebel Armies, Sept. 5.—With government resistance blasted out of Irun, the rebel high command tonight trained its guns on Fort Gimdalupe to clear 4he way for an attack on San Sebastian. Other rebel units meanwhile consolidated their newly won positions prepra-1 OPPOSES Governor, in Labor Daj Proclamation, States Views on Subject COERCION lory to drives on Santander, Bilbao and other government- held coastal cities. The rebel high command said there was I Great Crowd Heard Plea for Go-operation in Government^ intention of an immediate mass attack on San Sebastian, as their strategy would be to clean up the territory around ruined Irun, Rebels were complete masters of Irun by early afternoon after driving off a desperate Urges Thai Due Regard e Given to Utterances of U. S. Toilers Prcnf Leased rpOPEKA, Kan., Sopt. 5.—Alfred •*• M. Landon In a Labor day proclamation loday declared Ibat la- tor attack by government militia-1 bor ' s rigl^t to organize should re- num. Cleanup Squads Cleanup squads stalked among the ruins/hurling hand grenades at mllt- wlUi main "forever free from governmental coerclan." "There Is no room," he said, "for class divisions and prejudices. od would contribute " ,, By ROBERT MYBRS (Anocinted Press Leased L OS ANGKU2S, Sopt. 6.—Pushing aside thoughts of mishap and death that marked opening day events, daring flyers In iho national air races tuned up today for another tilt with danger in quest of fame and cash prizes. Speed races, lopped by tho $6000 Shell trophy event and the Amelia \ Karhart $1600 event for •women, were j the chief attractions expected to» draw 55,000 or more spectators to Municipal ^Airport. Mrs. Louise Thadon of Bentonvtlta. Ark., celebrated her debut to fame as an honor guest by virluo of her upset victory'.over a crack field In yesterday'* transcontinental Bondix trophy race from New York. Tho comely wife of an aviator- plane builder, Mrs. Thaden, accompanied by Miss Blanche Noyc* of Los Angeles, brought her blue Bcachcraft cabin ship across tho continent in 14 hours, 54 minutes. It waa the fastest east-west crossing for a woman pilot, bul fell shy of breaking Colonel Hoscoe Turner's 'westbound record-of 11 hours, 30 minutes. Misfortune Strikes MIsfortun*? struck two of tho jtaven Bendlx starters. Today Benny How- GALL OFF STRIKE I ONDON, Sept. 5.—The Miners L- Federation today called off a projected strike of 120,000 coal miners In South Wales. The federation announced Its decision had been reached during last-minute efforts to mediate the dispute. The strike had been set for Monday. John Lewis Says: "We're Out and We Won't Be Back" E UISBIIRG, N. S., Sept. 5. — Mrs, Beryl Markham's tiny monoplane, after n transatlantic flight, was reported wrecked in a forced landing at Baliene Cove on the northern tin of Nova Scotia today. Mrs. Markham was unharmed. in 01 C. L 0. CAUSES SPLIT ! Mrs. Markham was reported to have sustained only scratches i about the face. The crash was said to have occurred at 12:50 p. m., E. S. T. Mrs. Markham notified the Cape Breton Air Club that she was safe asked that a car be sent for Solid Labor Front of 50 Years Shattered AGKT by Ed id tt'ntted WASHINGTON, S " ranks of orcKnlze INDIANAPOLIS, Sept, 6.— President Roosevelt told an • Indiana. state fair; crowd here .today ho was going back to -Washington with a broader -knowledge "of thp west's problems and a stronger purpose to continue the work of co-operation with state and local; governments." Facing a packed and cheering grand stand from his automobile in the middle of the race, track, the President said he would carry on the Idea of collaboration between federal and local governments" to the end that the country will be a happier, better and safer place to live in for ourselves and our children," Fond of Slate Fairs He said he had a very "mixed feeling" because he would "much rather stay here at the fair and see everything." "One of the penalties of belns President — and there are a number of them — is that you can*t go to state fairs," he asserted. The President said he had even missed his own county fair thia year. "I was brought up In the atmosphere of fairs," he said, Ir becauso my father, while I >yaa still a boy, wan still trotting horses on the grand f circuit." He said he was "grateful for the opportunity of getting around the (Continued on Liquor Rehearing Must Be Granted ^_ — ^^^_ ^ U)S ANGELES, Sept. 6.— A Superior Court ruling that the state board of equalization must grant petitions for liquor license rehearlngs wail upheld by the Appellate Court today. The board had appealed a judgment In favor of Stephen F. Tee, TjQS Angeles, who asserted his beor and wine licenses were revoked February 18 and he later filed a petition for rehearing, but It was do - -nled. I - - J T " ^ T " _ " "^^ ^ B'-* X- If* ftfr • ^p fc- ^f t —Iff J — *-l Fascist fighting squads walked over /the^bodlea^'of 10 black-shlrted government militiamen on tho approach to the international bridge into Hondaye. The government men had recaptured the bridgehead earlier only to be. driven off by a relentless rebel barrage. On the bridge itself were tho bodies of three other government mill- Itamen. The victorious rebels posted a guard on the frontier and closed tho Spanish entrance to the bridge to prevent government defenders still In Spain from fleeing into France. Four armored cars, camouflaged with tree branches, rumbled out of " (Continued on Page Eleven) NATIONAL LEAGUE (First game) At New York— R. Boston 6 New York 2 Batteries: MacFayden and Lopez; Fltzslmmons. Gumbert and Mancuso. H. 9 10 E. 1 O (Second game) At New York— H. H. Boston 7 12 New York 3 10 Batteries: Chaplin and Mueller, Lx> pez; Schumacher, Castleman, Coff man and Mancuso. E. 0 n (First game) At Philadelphia— R. H. E. Brooklyn 3 10 1 Philadelphia 2 6 0 Batteries: Brandt and Phelps; Walters and Atwood. IOKCRBHAM At Cincinnati— R. H. St. Louis 3 30 1 Cincinnati 2 7 1 Batteries: "Wlnford, Parmalce and Davis, OgrodpwHkl; Frey and Lombard!. At Pittsburgh— U. It. 15. Chicago 0 8 2 Pittsburgh I 8 0 Balterles: Henshaw, Lee and Hartnett; Blanton and Todd. W _^L>-» >-Vl lj^ L ^ 'fe^lt J * V^ *f^f W F^A-'J^T ^ »_— * , • • "• "* '. -"J* •"' '- * ""'." "• •'-:•+ r "^i^" * The proclamation wad released by ,the-, Republican presidential nominee at his morning 1 press conference as" bo outlined plans to attend the annual state American Legion convention in Wichita, Kan., Labor day. Proclamation "Lot UK see to it/that this day, the proclamation said, "becomes a showing of appreciation for the fruits of labor. We should remain steadfast in the belief that the concern of labor is the concern of all; that labor should bo free to organize for fair consideration; that this right to organize and promote such consideration must remain forever froo from governmental or any other form of coercion." Governor Landon pointed out'that under the American system of government groups may organize and freely expound their views. Listen to Labor "With that in mind/' he said, "let us listen closely to labor aa H speaks on this day and give duo regard and credence to its utterances. This day has no room in it for class divisions and prejudices. No good citizen would contribute to them. "In 1890 the frontier was gone and tho covered wagon a memory, but the people of this state still believed In sound character, hard work and free enterprise. In 1930 they will join as gladly in a tribute to these qualities and Ideals that made us a great state." Three Found Shot to Death in Hom£ (United Press Leased Wire) ODKSSA. Mo., Sept. 5.-—T. L,. Gann, Odessa police judge, his daughter. Mm. Annotto McElflsh, ar», and her husband, A, W. McKl- fish, 35, wore found shot to death In their homo *i»x-nn miw from here today. Authorltlefl believed It a cu«e of double murder and suicide. in H- Crown, Point. N. hospital/ both l«tg«'.'• brokcm and his skull possibly fractured. With him was his wife, also with both legs broken. Scattered over the ground near Stafford, Kan., was the plane of Joe Jacobson. Tho ship exploded In midair about noon yesterday, throwing the 31-year-old pilot clear to land (Continued on Page Eleven) ffl BRB U. S. Court^Okfs Suits • I ir Will Deliver Addresses in New York, Denver, Other Places Hoover RICHMAN READY FOR N, Y, FLIGHT AMERICAN LEAGUE (First game) At Boston— R. H. B. New York ............... 2 4 1 Boston ....... . .......... 3 -12 0 Batteries: Hadley and Glenn; Wai- berg and K. Ferrell. (Second game) At Boston — / R. New York ... ................... 6 Boston ................... * ...... 6 <Tled In tenth). Batteries; Pearson, Wicker, Malone and Dickey; Meola, HuoaeU, Ostcr- mueller and Berg. : .......... , ...» At Chicago— Cleveland Chicago terieB: Hlldebrand, , ..... , ,... R. o 8 H- 5 4 H 0 and Sullivan; Kennedy and Scwell. At Detroit 1 fr n, « w: Caldwell. Jnkuckl and Auker and Hayworth, U. n i (Vnited Press Leased Wire) j ONDON, Sept. 5,—Harry Rich- L- man tald today If afternoon weather reports were favorable he and Wick Merrill would take off at dawn tomorrow for their return flight to New York. The American flyers' big blue monoplane, Lady Peace, In which they flew from New York to a Welsh cow pasture and thence to London, was ready for the return. Reports of gales off the American coast delayed It. The flyers planned to take their plane from Croydon Airdrome to the Royal Air Force field at Abingdon this afternoon. Mrs. Beryl Markham, young society beauty and mother of a 7* year*o!d boy* took off there yesterday on a solo flight to New York. Abingdon wan one of the few runways In England long enough for planes with a transatlantic load of gasoline. (Associated Press Leased Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Sopt. 6. Former President Herbert was definitely a figure In th llcan presidential campaign today with announced plans for campaign ^j addrea&B in behalf of Governor Alf M. I^andon of Kan HUH. Mr. Hoover, who has Inn hod tho administration In more than a dozen Hpocchcn and ulatemcnts, aaiif he would make ad- drcaaoB this month In New York and "Denver aa well aa other tnlkw to bo net later. Breaking a long ailencet on what pan he would play toi the republican campaign, the former chief executive told newHpapermen: "I entered tho flghr a month ago. T am going to bo in it until the end." Ho mado his announcement while talking with reportorn just prior to leaving for Now York where he will attend several directors' meetings September 9. He revealed he had talked by telephone with Governor tan don, but would not disc]OHO about what they conversed. "Governor T-andon his forces," was his on tho call, which made by tho KIIMHOM Political observers significant that Mr. nounccment of his nl Bequest of 1.9 Power Concerns (A**ocfated Press Leased Wire) KNOXVIULB, Tenn., Sopt. 6.— Tho Tennessee valley authority's legal division was notified today that a suit brought against tho TV A by 10 private power companies in Wd- erad Court at .Birmingham had boon dlnml»«ed nt the request of attorneys for the power companion, .Tarnon Lawrence Fly, general solicitor for tho TV A, said he was Informed of tho action by a Cleveland law firm acting for the power concerns. Tho TVA motion In tho Birmingham suit ankod ritnmlHsal on trroviml* that no Issue had been rained by Uio companies that had not boon pitnsed on by the United StatoH Hupromo Court decision In tho Anh wander ca»e. A nult Blmllar lo tho ono filed in Birmingham Steel IB ponding in Federal Court in Tennessee. Both milts were filed by the power companion taut May and a«kod that the power program of kho government agency be decreed In violation of tho Constitution of tho United States. Russia-U. S. Air Service Possible U'irr> opt. 6. — Tho d labor finally woro Bplit today into two bitterly hostilo grntips. Tho aolld labor front for 50 yoors WBH siiattorod hy BUHpoiiBlon from tho American Federation of Labor of 10 intnruu- t tonal untoiin with a combined mpmbernhlp of 1,150,000 workers. Tho BUBpenpion, ordered Augimt 5 with 30.-UiorijV notice by the A. l«\ . of W$*#£*J*Jt5 council, becnnio of- *«-»v*^f r*^ *X£*-fl : *T | ™«t'.^ jfr** M '* ** *'.'-. -* - 4- 1 ,. --•• > i- -- - - - t^-. forllvfe ut i2;OJ ». m, today* Tho council ordered the au»pen»lon after finding- tho 10 unions offiHatod with (he Committee for Industrial Orfrtutl* /allot) jfulliy of "Insurrection" in forming a dual unionism. I-ewU Defiant out and wo won't bo baoU." John I*, fcrwls, (,'. 1. O. leader, snld In iinnonnclng plans for consotl<ln» «or, ficli fl her. Her pkuuN "The was brought down in a and damaged heavily, j reports here said. Her bluo monoplane, which hnd HUCcoBsfully ploughed Its way through almost continuous storms since Rho took off yesterday front Ahlngdoti Airport near London, was forced down when lt« gasoline supply ran out. Tho piano struck In ft rough flold and jBkiihiccl pn ono wing. Mrs. .Mark hum scrambled out bleed In* from ft wound over her right eye. | There were several minor abrasions j on her arms and leg;ii. i Time of the crash WAS given an i fl:30 p. m. Atlantic standard timo '• making her elapsed time for the i crossing from 1x>ndon to Capo Breton 24 hours nnti 40 minutes. (Joes to Farm House According to reports telephoned to Detroit Bishop Has Been Specifically Ordered to Curb Priest t lion of adherent* of Industrial union!- ! znilon Into a permanent organization ! l-Jdlth Mcuinnis, telephone" operator A, l p . of 1*. ! here, tho ttrwt womnn to make a Lewis wild the C. I. O. will wage i solo flight from Kiiftlarul to North vigorous campaign to orgnnlM ! America imule her way to tho near- Breton Klylng CMub ut Hytlnoy notified hy phono, asking that a car bo sent to her assistance. Low on fuel when tho nmnU piano wa* reported over tho southeast tip a workers In JUUHH production tndui** trloH from which It h«» o\isled iho American Federation of l^nbor. Tho oominlttoo for industrial or- K»ini7,nlion was formed la«t November by LowiH aftor tho A. F. of L. had rojoi'tod hlH demnnrlH for a m-pa- ! of Nowfounilland tills morning, "it rato organization within tho fedora- i wns believed tho Hhip WHS forced down by Iho dlminlflhod «aj* supply. May Ooodwln. Cape Breton Air flub pilot, hopped off In a club piano toward the cove to give every assistance to tho avlatrlx. 25 Hours In Air Tho mother of a 7-yoar-olrf son had been In the air over nn angry Wire). , : VATICAN CITY, Sept, 6.—Bishop Michael J, Gallagher of Oetrolt has been instructed specifically by the Vatican to moderate tho political activities of Father Charles E. Cotighlin, the usually well-informed Catholic nows agency La Corris- pondeiua said today. The agency revenled for the first timo what it *nld wns tho nature of the Vatican's instructions to Bishop Gallagher. Precise Instructions "Tho holy see. invited tho bishop of Detroit to come to Rome and con- farm house nnd had tho Capeifer with the Pope," Corrtspondenwi »nld. "The bishop came and re- i •(Continued on Page Four- tlon for industrial organisation In mass production Industries. Door Closed "We consider tho door to the A. F. of L. to have been closed to us nnd (Continued on Page Eleven) Jump Fatal for Woman Police Check Tips (Continued on Page Twoj U mobilizing only comment ho sultl was governor, considered U Hoover's an- plans came shortly aftor ho had talked with the Republican • nominee. The former president did not indicate whether he would see Governor Landon on the present trip which nmy keep him in the cant until Jujit before the November election. (A**ociatcd Prfun Leaned \Virej MOSCOW, Sept. 5. — mcnt of a permanent airline between Soviet RuHsla and the Unltnd HtntPB was declared possible Ifidny l»y Slgls- mum] JrfCvanevBky, who rested In Krasnoyrsk, Siberia, on a California-Moscow flight, !x>vanevsky with Victor Ix?v- chenko took off August G from Han California, on tho flight has taken thorn along the northern nnd to KrasnbyarHk. ulmont renter of eastern HutmiH, they changed their piano floats for wheels for tho rmnalndar Of the trip to Moscow. "ICntnbllcihmcin of u pormannnt airline between tin? t7. H. N. H, and U. 8. A. is completely realianblo." he declared. "I way tliln desplto th« dlfflciiltU-H of our HtKhL." Pre*» Ua»td \\'ire) VHEKA. Sept. 6. -John and Court I Pedro. which Alaska, Siberia in tho where France Plans to Strengthen Army in Mui^Slaying Brites Sought in (UnitedPr<>*» Leased Wire) Ow> NttOr ITrtmO LA .10LLA. Bept. 0.—Police today Wl C»j 11 Cell IlUIllC Admittedly wore checking "every wild tip" in an attempt to gain tan glbln clues to tho sex slaying of Huth Mulr. spinster V. W. C. A. Brlte, facing first degree murder worker. j chargea and with $1000 on their heads. The search was turned in two dl- i were nought In two widely separated ructions today an officers Invent!- ureas today—the, wild Appk'gate coun- gated tho Htory of one man that he, try north of the Oregon lino and \\\ "knew plenty" about the CHBO while the Horse creek area near their cabin. pollen were chocking bloody! After lunuing formal murder com- lU found In LOH Angelea ! plaintn against tho two fugitive* | county lo NOO if they were linked j charged with killing two deputy sher- \ with the slaying. , i ffH tt , u j R former navy officer. Bhor- j Hum I HAH ON. 36. nn itinerant, was • Iff \v. o. Chandler took up the search i i being brought here from Tijuana, again west of llor»« crook. ' With n group of 60 men divided Into i posses of three to five each, the \ searchers concentrated thoJr search In abandoned mine shafts and deserted prospectors' cabins. Moan while, on tho north, Sheriff Ix»w of Kin math bended a posse Into tho Apple-gate region with provisions to last several days. I/w planned to carry on the search until his men run out of supplies. Deputies who made trips Into tho rugged urea said they met numerous miners who hud not heard of the triple slaying at Morse creek. Many of them had been (isolated, without seeing a person, for weeks, and in Press Leased Wire) BEHKKLICY, Sept. 5.—Mrs. ntco Klrchoff, 48. wife of Frederick O. Klrchoff. Honolulu engineer, died today from injuries received, a police report wild, in a leap from a, four-story hospital window. The Kirrhoffs were visiting friends hero after a trip around the world. Mrs. Klrchoff was taken lo the- hospital about five weeks ago when she suffered a nervous breakdown. Mrs. Klrchoff. daughter of the late Mrs. 15<1 ward Skelly of Berkeley, was from tho University of California in 1910. ' * FIKE PREVENTION WEEK WASHINGTON, Sept. 5. (A. IV President Roosevelt haa designated; the week beginning October 4 ma na- tlonu-1 fire prevention week. through •"•"*•* •««••*«• j*«-iv i<oa«t of Mf *** C(? ' across the border from Han Diego county, where ho was held after showing marluM Interest in tho slaying. Tho m«n was reported to have had n hutch of nr-wHpappr cllppingii about Miss Mulr'H death Monday In hln pockets. Hcveral huniHn hairs, found clinging to MM garments, were- to IH» Himfy/.oil chemically. Kkepllcal l»order authurltleM at first lw*liovei| that iKaacn wan ftt- tempting a hoax in gain «ntry into tho country but unnounccti they would permit him lo h*» taken acroaa t h" i nternn t lonn I line for q uen- tlonlng. ^ i Sharp Increase in Airplane Output Lea ted WASHINGTON, Sept. B.— The commerce department reported today 1363 airplanes were produced In the firtt half of thl» year, a sharp increase over the f 5| manufacturod In the corroapondlnff 1S8& imrlod. Production for the half r year exceeded that for the entire calendar year in J983, when 18?4 planes were made. CJpnatrucllon of lif hi planes almowt doubled Tor ihe six months this y<r4r over the first hajf of (United Press Leased Wire) PAHUJ. Hept. 6. — The cabinet, studying the xituutlon arising from Germany's prolongation of the term of army conscription, decided today to strengthen the Krtmeh army l>y Increasing HH tanks, ^irplanea and jnotorixed uniu. The cabinet decided against prolonging the conscription torm in iho French army beyond the present two years. The, emergency oauned by the Influx of pennlUiM Bpaninh iffujc^s into France and the confiscation of the arms pf thousand** of deoertem was con»ldfrred. j The bloodstained garment*, nor- .. tlons of womnn'H clothing, 11 purse ' * onw caae *- » lDinh8 nnd Jewels, were discoviMfd In lonely San Franclsiiulto canyon by a power house employe. The garmenU were turned over to sheriff's d9putk*s who communicttteil wllh S&n Diego au* thoritlea. AK1C8 PAHOI^B FOU&OM .PHI00N, Sept. 6. (U. P.) K- Blillngw, serving a .1Jf» for his part in ih« l»tO Man » i'reparednejuj Pa>' Homb- ing, today mwte hjn third fonnal for a parole, •'.-•• Pres. Roosevelt on Radio at 6:45 Oil, Gold Nuggets in Oxnard Well I ! Monday THE LOCAL STORE PAGE Presents 30 Advertisers With Specials I » Press Leaned Wire) Sunday Evening >. W f Harry i (Atsooiottd Press Lea»r4 Wire) Sept,5^-PreBldent Roowvclt'a fireside talk on the drought situation tomorrow night will be broadcast over both major riidto networks (NBC*CBS) BtarUng at 6;46 p. m. Pacific stand- t - "W - - ft - * - A CARD. S*spt. 6.— OU and gold.} the toller In nuggeta, was produced by an exploratory well of the Vaca Company 3 mll«« from here. Gold nuggeta. three of them, came up In one of tho cor!n$9 and oil waa struck at 1SOO feet. _ \VIFK SLAIN; SPOUSE HELD AVOQDI*AND. 8«pL 6. <U. P.>— Pttero CoBtcllo, 48, wa« under ar- rc«t hQr« today H» authorities in- vpstigalw! the death of his wife, Myrtle Cdfttftllo, -42. The woman wa» foun<l at their home In Bryte. vcrely beaten about the head. died her«» 9 few bourn later, Ttrmit* Hknlwart. BIU'» C»f«. Mn. Diftlof Room. Hkrty DriiU-O-Un*. nmmr iHmn. Slot*. rr»i«r'» Timate Gnxte, H»kt. UlnctVt C»ft. louxrta udaJl Jc*«i. 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