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lP'^w^^Fmifrf>* TtW* THE BAKERSP1ELD CALIFOttWAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6,1988 News From KerrisWest Says Delay in Forming •Border Commission Nippon's Fault M 1 t'rrf I.entfit \\'irr> OSCOW. Sopl. fi. -Soviet llUHHla sharply warned .lapnn loday It eonnldero conllntinilon of the present sl'tUBllon on the ,«ovlel-Mnm-houkiinn border "Intolerable" and dangerous to the cniine of peiife. The Soviet t:nlon proponed Immediate oHliibllBlinii nl of a mixed Ko- vlol..lap!iMOHi'-.MaiH l hoiikuan rotnmln- slon to Inquire Into the ninny Incl- dents on the deBoltite front|i-r. Commission Aulhorl/eil At Iho MIMIC llrno, Moscow pointed out the .Inpnneite cnvri tim'-nt hud coiiHented officially lo eniiilillnlim'.nl of mirh n rnmmlHNloii IIIH! I'Vbr^mry 14, mid riinlended dVln.v In HH i-ren- lion wan "(entirely" the fnnli of Toll lo. The protest WHS delivered lo Hhl- i-hl Bakoh, the .lapan'-nn rhargn d'nf- fnlros, by H. I. Kosilnffnky, bend of lhe second eiiHlf-ni department of lh« Soviet for*'lK" nfrlro. II, ulli'ifi-d "i-ennelr-BH (iibrli-nlloti" by .fnpnn"«e..\!nnclioiikiinn militarists of fill**- i-i-piirlH of flrliiK from thn .Soviet Mrtf of the border, nnd chin-Rod allemplH had been made to place upon KiiHidn the responiilblllty for pofuilhlo njf&rnvntlon of (he situ- ntlun. Foresee New AUarlis The note fiiirRcK'efl n Soviet holier thiit certain Jnpnneee mllllnry BUthorldc" bi .Mnnclioiikuo were cover up—nnd Justify In IV* Native Daughters Hold First Meet TAI-T, Sept. 5. The first regular meelltm of tho full BeiiKon of tho Mlocomi parlor of the NfUlvo PMigh- t<,rfi 01 tho Uolden Went was hold Wednesday evening In the P. T, A. rooms of the Conley School with Mrs. Ham Olln pl-enldlng. Plans for nn in-live season were made tbo main objective of which will bo to raise funds for a ball. Announce- rncnt WHB made thnt Mrs. Hum Olln lifts been appointed on the stiito Anicrlfntil.Mm commltlee nnd thiit MIH Krnnk Town" will bfl on Ihe Mnl" extenidon of the order commit- lee for Kern nnd KhiKS ronntlcH. AiHioiinri.mciil WIIH nlso made of Ihe recent iirrlvalH of babies at tho homi'H of two tnernhnrH, Mrs. .(ullan Uoiidoll nnd Mrs. Charles Young. Ilcfri'HhmentH were served ftt (he cUiHc of lhe meellnif by tho coin- mil lee compoMi'il rif MI-H CharleH YOIIIIK. Mrs. W C. Kellinan and MrB. Hum Olln. Bridge Club Fete Is Held at Home | MARICOPA MAUICOPA, Sfipt. 4,—Mr, and Mrs. ti. P. ttusHBll and Mr. and Mr«t. .lohn Jenkins and children passed Hnnday at Arroyo Grande. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Baker Tuesday from a two week's vftcalltjn passed fit Han Francisco- and other coast cities. Clarence .lonon has. reopened his Hi»rvlcn station on tho corner of Main and Kern streets, Tho station WAS closed about three, weeks ago when Hay Bnlr, who was then pro! prlfMor, nceoplt'd a position as dlstrl- ! hmIon ngent for Clunerul Petroleum j Cm-porn I Inn nl Lotto Pine. Mr. .lotion IH owner of tho station and leased It to Mr, Hair about throo years &KO. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith motored to Arroyo Grande Sunday, where they passed thn dnv. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Nobls left recently for a two weeks' slay at (llvornldo, Mr. nnd Mrs. 15. K. Rosser and fnmlly huvo returned from a two weeks' vnclalon at Mantn. Barbara, Mr. lto»»er IH In chai-Ko of the General Potroleiini pumping stallon at P|nilHnd, r Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Klnknde and fnmlly returned Tuesday evening from Oznna, whore they enjoyed a inonih's vncntlon In Hie mountains. TAIT. ftepl. Mrn. J, Moore nnd son .lack wns hostess to lhe members of her afternoon brldgi- rlub at her homo on Woodrow sti-'-el Thursday after- nnon. Prices were nwiird'-d to Minnie l''nrd. first; llfilhn lilson. second und Margaret Pei-k, third. Thoso In iitlendaticc Include KK- toil" Ouhrhig, ''"I" MeClnln, Molly MIH Man Oall mr ,(,, rf ,,| | O HnUorHfMd. Wednesday, . where Jack Is taking medical treat ni"nls for sinus Infection. Mlns Uorulnc Oalther of Tatt has of Mrs. K. H. .,. _ ig tbo absence i»f Mr. Hoiiifi and junior at tho scout tho houso urn for a en in p. .lohn PallersoM returned during from n two weeks' vacation Peterson, Mnudi- I-'ord. ' Margaret j to || ln f , 0 ast at Long 1 leach nnd other I'ei-k Urac- linmble. Hi-rlhn <Hnon i const i-llles. Ho WtiH nc<:ompanled Dull. The ihnre by Mrs. Patterson, who re- Surprise Party Is Held f or Taf tian TAIPT, Sept. 6.—Mrs. Walter Dial- llmoro wa« recently given a surprise birthday party at her homo on 9)2 Pico street, when a number of friends headed by Mrs. Frank Miller dropped in for the evening. Tha honoree WM tho recipient of many Tho evening wan spent In playing bridge, with the ladles prize going to Mrs, Fred Von Kanel, while Walter Uulllmore captured high scorn for thn men. Hofrenhrnnnu were, sorved to Mr, and Mrs. tihaney. Mr, and Mrs. Von Kanel, Mr. and Mrs. 15. pavls, Mr. and Mr«, I", Miller, Mr. and Mrs. B. Lamb, Miss Velnm, Tertrpu, Mrs, Leila Welsn, Mrs, Albright of Santa Barbara, Mr. B. O. Rastman and tbo honore.6, Mrs. Walter Dnlllmore. West Side Man Is CalldUt Home TABT, Sept. rj.--Cha.rlle t/orcnao Shaw, a resident of the Went Sldo for a number of year*), passed away yoBtorday morning nt 8:50 o'clock, following a lingering Illness. 1 to Is survived by his widow, Carrie r.i. Bhaw of Corona; ono son, Loo L. Shaw of Taft, and two daughters, Mrs. Nelllo Terrell of Rlversldo and Mrs. I3vah Bakor of Lo« Angeles; flvo BlHlorH, MlnH Teresa Shaw of ' of of AIDS JN KItLM '' - trying to cover up—nnd JtiiilHy m | „„,, , hn |,oi.le«H. Mne i.lnll. The ; Ihnrc Dy Airs, rauornoii. w»« ••, (ulviin.-e—n new »<*rle» of provoentlve ! n( . x , (lf(<>1 .,„,„„ |, r |,) K ,, dub will be malned on tho count to vlfllt Wltn Incident. 1 ". ••We me drnwlntt the serlmm «t to thl« nnd fhitll h"ld It rfHpondl- HP." B.-I!<| Hi- prnt,'«i K"/!r>ffcli '•' i|'JOt«-d report* fr"m Khabarovsk to thf effect thrre had rx>en flvo new tmrdi'r tn>-ld.«r>(ii iilon* j ihr Amur and I »*<irl rivers re- j rcnt'.v. two nlli'B'xIlv ln\ nlvlng- air , plane Invasions of Sovlnt territory. ft nd thr-- Involving i,lle B ed flrtmt on tit the home of Kmello Dohrlng. | relatives. -»«•», FELLOWS —i> Mr" Farnsworth Asks Japanese to Aid / .1 ««,), inlrit f'rrtf lltifl WASHINGTON. Sf|>t. fi John S. fnrnsworih. foi-iin-i- navy Ili-utoiianl commnnder fiichiK lilnl on espUm ngo c-hniKi-n, revwiled ti>dny he hns nppenled I" the ,lnpnru<»e novorii 'nn'tii for nld In dcfntnllnn lilnmi-lf l-'urnuwni Hi t"ld ir|inil<-rn h dlnpali'h'-d n I' 11' r iitiinit 10 n|;o to Ihi- .liipniif"" emluiHHV hero iiidiltiK llnil the f-inhii»i<\ ntti'inpl In Hi-euro nffldnvlti. fri.m nl< Individ inilM. nil frinnni-led with tbn cmliiinHV III thr prcniMll or In IIH' pllHl nw r ln« thiit Iliri". lndl\ IdiinlH hud i"' di'iillnr" "f nn Ill'-Kiil nnlnre with had llllVK ,!.(lU'S H"pt !>. Mr. nnd llr'nif-r Johnson nnd fnmlly' im^- returned home after n seven j weeks' trip i" Missouri, Indiana, | »nd K'o-rtb \Vorth, Texns. where | him co Ihev visited frit-rids nnd rrl/illvoH. " '"' ,\fr nnd Mrs I. H Dnllls hnv« l"ft 'or Siin KrniH'lHco tn visit friend* urt<l r.-lallvf-n Mrn .I I' UiivnnnKh IIHH re. Inrno'l home nfl«r n few I|II>M' visit In I'lurni) nl Ih" hum" nf her mother. Mrs Frnn<-,-H ('oop.-r. A. Kl«eii.,r of Itakorsflold wfts a recent visitors at lhe K Pun houin In Fellows A visitor In Kellows IN (' II. lr\ of V.-iiiurii. formerly of tin Ni.-'liilf-d DM i'"inpniiy In l"i'll'i« MI-M \\' I- l ; :vnlt In on » moiitliH' visit In Oklnhonm will mother IJCOION AHKKD TO All) TAKT, Kepi. f>. - Hlnck Oold Pont No. PJUN, Vetornnu of Korolgn WnrH, has bomi solicited to aid In locating Francos J. Coyle, n veteran nnd former Akron, Ohio, Mrs. Mnble t'llStlllllH though) to bo In Iho Wool fli'lds or Shnfter nren. Anyone know •uboiits Is asked to havo mrnunlcato with Mrs. Mabel Loveliind of Los AnRolfM. Coyle's wlffi, Ooldle Mnblo Coyle, died July 20 lenvlng children In need of thflr father's cure ,11 STICK UNION MHRTS TAI'T, Sept. f>. • A moetlnp! of lo- C'opley, Ohio, Mr«. VJlon floymotir of Wadsworth, Ohio, Mrs. Mary Mlllor of Coronn nnd Meven grandchildren. Outdoor Dinner Is Enjoyed by Friends TAKT, Hopt. 6.—Mr. and Mm. Jim- Hervleo guard mle CInrk of thn Standard (lasollne Hide Company In Fellows entftrtalnod tholr friends with n politick barbecue Thursday evening. Tho dinner wao served out of door« despite the cold weather and threat of rain. Venison, secured by Laumn Moore lust wnok ond, was iho Incentive for tbo occasion und Iho menu Included other fine foods suitable for Ihe din- tier. ThOBR who participated In tho good time were Mrs. Walter Mlllor, An As- Laurron ThomiiH been culled for Momltiy evening at 8 o'clock In Hi. Mnry'H Hall. All members nro requestor! to bo present, and those Interested 111 tho movement nro Ittv rind mil what iho Cnlon stands for. ; hostess. Mrs. JoHopb ('OBKI-OVC. Mr. and Mrs. Moore, Mr. Sloan, Jonel and Mrs. HnthnrKind, guest of tho Clarks. Nancy lied to nttend and j and Donald Clark and tho host and NBA Querying Officials of Stales as to Nature of-AU_Plcdges (AssoclnleA Prtss Leoted Wtrt) WASHINGTON, Sept. 6.—The fitt tlonal educational association, op- potent of teacher's oath laws, is now querying the educational 'Officials of all tho states ''on the nature and extent of oaths, affldavj^s and other pledges required of teach- ors." Officials of (.ho organization Indicated today that tho Information will bo used In a now anti-oath campaign. Reasons Why Opposed Thoy reiterated that their organization was "against tho prlnclplb of making teachers a suspect class" and so would "offer every possible assistance to prevent tho passage of such bills, to secure the repeal of special loyalty oath laws In stales wthere they already exist, and to oppose the activities of special groups promoting such legislation." Among tho groups which havo pledged renewed campaigns for teachers' oath laws when school opotiH aro the Daughters of the American Revolution. Dlillko "Red Hitler" The officials of the touchers association singled out the District of Columbia "red rider," under which touchers here havo to sign affidavits they have not taught cdmmun- Ism before- receiving each pay check, for special condemnation. They predicted Its speedy repeal as one result of "the defeat of Congressman Thomas L. Illiuiton, Democrat, TRXHS, author and principal defender of tho measure." They quoted recent speeches of both presidential candidates as criteria of "the widespread support of teachorH In Uiolr efforts to protect tho rights of American school children to learn": Itoosovell, Landon, Iloosovelt: "Truo edueutoti depends upon freedom In tho pursuit of truth. No group ,and no government can properly prescribe what should constitute the body of knowledge with which true education Is concerned. Tho truth Is found when mon are free to pursue It." Lnndon: "The right of froo inquiry Is ono of the essentials of froo Bovermnont. It Is Iho very bedrock of democracy. We must over remember that academic freedom, religious freedom, and freedom of opportunity arc all bound together." 3500 Union Workers arid Growers, Shippers in Deadlock A portable Forest Service radio was pressed Into service to aid in the manhunt of two brothers, fugitive slayers of three men near Yreka, Calif. Sought were John and Court Brlte, cx-ocnvicts who fled into the Slsklyou Mountains near the California-Oregon border. T 63 CMS EDDIE CANTOR'S ||i, HH hi lui, of lhe ImllvldnnlH from whom h" IM H'-clilnif nffldiivlis inn now In .Inpnri, hut Dial Iho nllini- four iiilll am In thin country. 1 Kiirnsworlli WIIN nrrcslcd nearly two minitliH nun by fodernl HKentHj.. nnd rhnriied with hnxliiK alli-mpli-d to KC|| rnnfldeni In I miMil ilocuincnts to iiKi'tun of lhe .Inpntii'Mn unvi-rn- ini'iil. Two liiillcliiii-nlit bnvn hrcn reliiineil iiMnliiHl him liv the I >l" irli-l of ('nliiinlii.i i imiul Jury. Knows of WexCx Needs I ("('"fluid/ /'mill I'tigc our i I'lllled Slalen MerlllK pfolilnlllH Ml fh-ii hand anil ailded Hie lrl|i had ' taiiKhl him a numher ol' ihhiK' 4 Hoosexell Praised Alter an orchestra pln\ed the Slur MpniiHh'd llanni'l ' and a urmip i id men ami women nantr. (Invernor- I'aul \ Mi-Xnll of Indiana nlooil n|> In Ih" Preiddftil's car and pri'sented him IIH one who had "routrllmlnl Q n K(10 KPO — NttloiKl Brci4(le«lllnB r.or.i- Hn»- Snpplltl emirumi It: KFI, KEC.A. Krut) K(IW. KSX, KOMO, KMO, KIR. KOA. KOA. KOHL, KOYI.. KOIR. KTAR. KriU',-r,n»— Don U« «nil Oolumbln— Sup- tllll pioor.m, to-. KHI. KOR, KD». KM). KflW. KfRK. KtRN. KOL. KVI. KSL. KOIW. KtPV. 9:00 to &i30 p. m. KI-:U.\ mid ni'twiirlt- Lurry nnd I n-'-hfnlrn Mnllnee. WHXAI Hfr.irdbiBH. f>:IV English Aviatrix Crosses Atlantic iCoiitlnuitd 7'Yom I'ayr. One) Hot Dog Growing; Now Is 15 Inches Mnr nml IIM "Siamese" Twin's Romance Is Ended > I -,»<»i h tlnl I'lr** Inmi-tl lli,ri Nc\\ Otleann StMleH "aid loiln\- thn lonmni-K u! Vlolt-i Illllon. OHM of Hi" "HIiimi'HO twin" Illllon xlMlerti. aii<l her d.llirel Illlslilinil. .Illilinle Mi,tire. v\a» nl nn end The SialcH nalil M wan leaineil from nn itnlnipfuchuhl" MHIII-I.'O" thai Moore \VIIH iitiiHiihlMK a Ne\\' (iilean't la\\>er on a iiiotioMil l (> !H'' a mill lor annulnienl ami thin l>-nal cotiHiil | l-'li-/.i;erali! of Mlrlilmm fnlr leml urea I !y ti i i eeover\- frlond, UK- I'renldenl " The I'rcMldenl visited Ih alter imirliiK n down or more coiitilrtn-llon pro|in-is I'rnnilnriil Men Presenl Sltllni.; In nn open car with (lover nor McXnll. Mayor John W Kern of IndliinapollM and I >r I'nilelon II Mci'iillonnh. \VPA ndmlnlslrnlor, he waved hln Panninii lull to lliiMiwuinli aloiiK lhe HUH halted route from lhe I'lilli'd Slnleii. when- ,1 nir-al cheei u'cnt up an hn slarled n\va\- The titiir \\'IIM prellmlnnry lo the rimil ,liMiu;hl conferenee of hH Minn mill ilnM l»ml tiwlnn nt Hi,- nth lelh clnh wllli (iiiveinoiH MrNull Mnrlln I. linvey ol (ihlo. l-'rnnlt I' lull, let a nil her K|M| ci . I ht ht\ V Inlet a lui ,1 knilnh' \* ncvcrul wei-lia n(;o ,ii I he leniilal I ;.\i"i.-'li l"ii i NelUier Mnore hm lite I \\ 111N \\o\lll] i I'uimnenl on i hi- i e)x»i I H ' When lhe Illllon Hl'Uei<i and M • arrived here enilv In AUMII H * I" fill nn enj;Mi;' ni"iii In a nlilln elnh. l>ii|ny wan nulled If nhi> wen- iei,,n died In her -ilMter's mm rlai;,- Violet ri'pllod Unit ' «he n"\ei lieeileil tn lie i econrlled In It " Thn HlHterH have malnliilned rep- nrato ri'sldeni-e irom Moore here. -»»» East Bay Agrees to S. F. Fete Plan ft.'wt/ril rrr»» l.mifil Wirrl SAN M<AN«MSt'<i. S,-|>l t, bay i-ll leu linv Sun l-'ranclHi-o onliln nd l>ny l>rldiio i oprmliiK celfbrnllnii Novriidior 1" ll.j lln- Sun KranrlBri, .lunlm i'liiimher| of ('iimmi-ri'i' iiniiiniiiiTil imluv i Daklnndii pi-opnnal In npi-n lhe brldK*' NoM'iidii-i II W.IN nlinndnneil i nllrr n hntiiioriv commllir^ KinnU'il the ciiHl Inn n Inr^iT >huir In llm I h w-rtny rclf-lirnlli'ti I, r of Ki'iil nc-liy nnd f I I '[(I I llllfM* Ml IllPN ' Name Seidemann on Old-Age Board ' \ <»n,-(»i^r,l I'rt'tH /,i'«*ril lli,r' WASIIINd'I'ON. Sept. f,. llemy | I'. Sclili'iiiiinn nf l.nviM-ntn, TOXIIH. ' ^IIM iiitpolnliMl li,dny IIM illrcrtnr of (In 1 I'uri.fiu of frdi.ral nld ityi s bom- i HH <>r I hn horliil Mnt-nrllY hiitil'd. nut-. ci'i>dlni; Mui-|'ny \V. I.HtlmtM- l J i-i'M»m-f> uf dutlfB mi chnlrmnn nf Ihi- inllii'iul rcMli-r-ini'iil hunril riuincd l,nl IIIMT'H roKlKiiullon Hfldc-iniinn him II.M.II wr\ lni( nH rn ordlmitur nl Iho Hnrltil MIM-IM-IIV hnnril, iind i <>rnr<l HyitltMiin In cnmifOlloit wllh (lid l>n ymoiil i-f foilrrnl old MK>- hiMii'fllii. In hln now pnHltlnn h« will il,.flnll,.|y 111-1-,-dcd'i,i I" 1 "" 1111 ""' 1 ' ""' «>""''>' " r oMngn lion- nfn-i- I in , inliiM ill ihlti y,.iir -•-»•. lilt. Tdl.MAN lOI.I'X TKI) II A\d\ l''.l! N II . Si'l'l l'i I A. I 1 > Kloi'llmi nf |ir lOdwnidn S Tolmim nf I hn I'nlviM-iiltv nf i'iilllnriilh n« pr<<Nhlriil nf tin- American !'«>chnlti); 1,-nl ANMorlnt Inn \\ an iinnntmi'inl lit <lny KNX Mnui-ii'C-.'n i (rrhoNlrii. 5:30 to 6:00 p. nl. I KI-:|(N rnlciiPl ili-iint, O.l.'i. M»M' a] \'HI \f\ U'H WrtXAl llci-nrillniin. K.NX Itiiddv Bnd (linger; fi «r,. fliOO to 6i30 p. m. KKHN iinil network- Your III! P» • f»ti|i» and SwfjopJ'liihoH. Wil.XAl NPWH Fluidiff!. «:ir>, Col- nrn-l (i H. (Irani In 6:<f, l\NX--Wnrd i"innrf>»: (I I.",. Nnwx 6i30 to 7:00 p. m. KIOIIN nnd ni'lworli.—Your lilt Pn- nicl" n nil H«""-|i»lnl(i)H \VHXAI (I 45, I'lilniiBl (I. M (irnnt. KNX .MUH|I-II|. Ililti, t'liliium l.n- linv liilll In 7 I', 7:00 to 7:30 p. m. KKIIN and nxlK-nrli TlininnH I ,f>f> \vr,\AI- Mli and /.oh, 7 If), World KNX i Id. Holly llnrilrn, Potcr Ki'iil 7:30 to 8:00 p. m. KI'.UX nnd ni'twiirk -NtRhl I'nnrt. \VHXAI Lots Uuiii'f. 7 4fi. fci-ll nml Sally KNX Ki-hm-i nf SIIIRP mid 8:00 to H:30 p. m. KKIIN anil nut work • -Jim ilnrhor in-, hi.ntrn \VliXAI Iliillvwood on I'nrndo; Ii If). Tup r lSllir>H In H:tr,. KNX llnllywnnd Mum Uonoo. 8:30 to fl:00 r>. in. KI-IUN und iiBtwni-li Dirk .lur- \\nXAI S 4fi. Vli- I'Mnocr KNX l|n|l>«oni| Hum liiinrc. 0:00 to 0:30 p. Ill, KKHN mill nt'l»m U Harry howls I \VHXAI NP'WM I'MnnliPdi I).IB, Pop | Coin'crl in |l,^ KNX Ni-HM. n.lf,. Hiirn Dntiof. 0:30 to 10:00 p. Ill, KKIIN and ntMwurk •• Jim llnr- hf>|- ( IfrhONl fa. U'liXAl Hlolhni nnd riomnm'*. 10:00 to 10130 p. m. KIOKN and nrtwiirk Kvcrntt. \ViiX.M All lii.iiurni PriiRi-Hiu. IQilO to 11:00 p. in, KKItN n ml network—Oulo Mi 1 - l'!lrn> H iirf-henira \V«XAI All llcinifNl I'mctriini 11:00 to 11:30 p. m. KKHN' nml noln ork •- IHrlt .hull :30 p. in. to IJ:00 «. m. KKIIN nml iipiwurk--Ijtrry Knnt ocean '.'ft hours and 10 mlnuten when her liny blue racer emptied In thn open fh-lil near the farm house of Alex llurke. The fli-Ht half of "The Mcsson- j gei-V iUiiO-mllo route WIIH reported ' under fayorable condllloiiH. with n I tnll wind and full moon, but on this i Hide of (lie Atlantic conditions worn I poor. ! lloadwlnds. rain and poor vlnlbll- ! lly surrounded Nowfoundlnnd. (At»oplotett Pratt LeatcAVi'lr.e) CMOVIOhAND, Sept. C.—Tbo coiv - feHBlonnlroB of tho Orcnt I^nkOB Kx- position arc waging a "hot dog" lengthening war. "ICvnt-y day they get an Inch longc-r," said tho operator of one Bland. "If tills keeps up. we're tro- Ing lo havo to lengthen our counters by Labor rlny." The Mlandard 5-Inch "dog" has Brown lo 15 Inches, and soils for 15 Henry Rfefuses to Pay Small Tax; Old Bay State Is in Deep Quandary " (Associated Press Leased Wire) BOSTON, Sopt. 6.—It's ' costing Massachusetts BO cents a day to try to collect tho 63 cents It contends Patrlclc Qulnn of Cambridge owes on his 1034 Income taxes. So far Qulnn, a stationary flro- man, has been In jnll but one day, bul It will cost tho state quite a few DO-cent pieces If ho maintains his adamant attitude against paying tho money bo vows he doesn't owe. And Qulnn can't be freed on bail. State law says those arrested on tax warrants must stay In jail. The 67-year-old widower notified his Jailers he was ready for a long sluy. ' w "If they're going to keep me In jnll until I pay that <i3 cents then (hoy better start measuring nie for a wooden box," ho said. "I can pay the 68-ccnt bill, all right, if I want to. But It's the principle of tho thing." Qulnn came from Ireland 40 yoars ago. His wife dlod six years ago. Ho lives with ono daughter and has another daughter, and a son, Dr. Joseph Qulnn, In Arlington, N. .T. In 1029, ho related. 11 man Who bad "political pull" cheated him out of $nOOO. Ho said bo got no co-operation from tho state toward getting lilo money back. . And that's what's got my goat Action vs. Goldman Sachs, Others, Begun in 1932, - Is Composed (Associated Press Leased Wire) WILMINGTON, Del., Sept. B.— The suit of ISddlo Cantor, comedian, against Goldman Sachs and Company and allied companies and of ficers, has been settled. Cantor started suit as a stockholder In 1032, charging mismanagement and asking for an accounting of the defendant companies. The other respondents were the Goldman Sachs Trading Corporation, the Central States Electric Corporation, and officers and partners of Goldman Sachs and Company. Benjamin F. Ilolzman was a co-complainant. • The parties Involved recently offered tho stipulations of a compromise apt-cement. The court signed an order discharging Albert L,. MaBsey as Henuestrator of Block of the Individuals who were named respondents. The order released the stock nnd placed the costs of tho cnse nnd Massoy'B fee, aggregating $087. on the Goldman Sachs Trading Corporation, now operating as the Pacific Kastcrn Corporation. - 4 i • - : — TRUCK UPSKT; MII-K SAVED . ( United Press Leatct WAT80NV11AB, Sept. B.— Picket lines were placed around Idle lettuce sheds in tho Salina*-WaUon,vUle let- • tuce dUtrlct today as a strike of approximately 3600 members of the Fruit and Vegetable Workers' Union brought the Industry's oarly fall harvest to a standstill. Deadlocked Meanwhile, the dispute was deadlocked, With tho union remaining firm In Its demand for preferential employment and the Growers-Shippers Association . refusing to accede to the demand. the strikers termed the situation a lockout. They contended that . terms offered by the employers wore designed to force an unfair condition upon the workers. Will Close Sheds The growers referred to tho situation as a strike In announcing they ' would not make any effort to opcr- •• ate their sheds, in. order to avoid "the slightest likelihood of precipitating disturbances." «. ' . They said they had offered their last proposal to the union. It included wage Increases and equal wages for men and women. The union workers, meanwhile, said they were ready to "pack any shipper's lettuce or pick any farmer's produce who is ready to give us preferential employment. 1 ' * May Spread It was believed the shutdown would spread to other workers, Carpenters at one lettuce shed refused • to pass picket lines. Truckers and box factory employes probably will be out of Jobs for the period of tho dispute. This area Is the largest lettuce producing district In the United States and one of the largest In the » world. About half of the annual OB.OOO carloads have been shipped to date. •»*»• SCHNRCTADY, ( U. p.)— A huge nnd makes mo mad," he explained. N. Y.. Sept. 5. . . milk truck operated by George Masscy wont off the rond here, rolled over and bounded back on Its four wheels. The truck .was damaged, but the driver wns unhurt. Only four quarts of the 15,000-nuart load were spilled. Land Holdings of ,~ Rogers to Be Sold • ... - . •« (Ansnc(atcA Press Leased Vfirt) CUAnKMOKB, Okla., Sopt, B.— Permission to sell for taxes tho Oklahoma land holdings of Will Rogers, tho late humorist, was granted at a hearing yesterday before Judge H. U. Brown of Rogers county. Only two persons attended the brief hearing which friends of tho family said was a move to marshal tho assets of the Rogers estate against which about $175,000 In state and federal taxes now arts pending. Tho Rogers family is expectcdi to bid in the property at a public auction sale which will tako place about October 1C. Included In the property to bo sold Is ll«C Rogers birthplace ranch at Oologah and a 20-acre tract near Oklahoma Military Academy hero which has been proposed as the site of nn Oklahoma shrine lo Will Rog- OTIIKR Allt CUOKSINCiS -> _ - OA'ICIl ATLANTIC (ICI5AN " NKW YOHK, Kopl. f>- (A. P.)-fllx flyei-H suecoBfifully flew nonstop and Holo ncroHH the Atlantic ocean prior to the effort of Mrs. Beryl Mark- bain, lOiiKllcb avlatrlx, nnd only one eKOllnted lhe uast-wrst erOBSlng. They were: May 2<>, l!ll!7- C'bnrlen A. Und- ergh, New York lo Purls. Mny 20-21, 19.12- •• Amelia Karhart •uttinm. Harbor (irncn. N'nwfound- und, to Londonderry, Irclnnd. August I»:i2— .lam A. Molll- (i I-Vnnfleld' Hldgo, Now MrtinsxvlcU. .(UUP 4, ll)33--,Inmi'K Mnltorn, Now York to Norwny. IIKIII \V|loy I'oBt. Now .Inly If., York In Merlin. .September L"J kiiH, Ne\y York land. l''|y« planed In addition to that of Molllfion prci'eded Mrs. Markbam In I03fi- -Felix Walt- to Ualllnrobe, Ire- eiiHl-wOHt (.'rOsslngH. Tho wt-ve: April 1'.'. I02K— Cuptaln Merman Koohl, Baron O. Von Mtionfeld, M. Jninns Fltumnurloo— -Mublln, Ireland, to Greenly, Newfoundlnml. June 25, 19,10— IVimmnmler Chnrlen KlngHford'Kmlth, Cnptnln .1. P. Saul. M. K, Vim Dyk, ,1. VV. HtamiRe— Port Murnook, Irrlnml, to Harbor Orneo. Newfotiiidlnnd. IXeu- Maurli-e Casing Perforated to Obtain Pumper Ueneral Potroloum Corporatlon IIIIB mu-ccoded In locating oil sand bohtnd tho casing In Mnlboa No. fit. an outpost on tho north flank of IJuenn Vlnla Hills field, socllon 24, 01-24, nnd has obtained a 176-barro! pumper by perforating from 3135 to ;ilB5 feet. Gravity of tbo ,crudo 1» i!l).4. This IB tbo flrnt new well drilled wost of tho highway In this field for several yoars. » * On tho cast Hide of tho highway, North American Consolidated Oil Company has spudded Us No. !1 on Hoctton 2, 32-a:t. The.Senloa oil sand In expected at 4200 foot. NEW OIL AGREEMENTS FILED Elsie Janis Plans "Charity" Auction R . if. ANDKltSON et ux to Htandard - - Oil Company—Assignment of l'os° on HoutboftHt quarter section 28, 2!i-<,(j. .Same lo Bamp—Same us to south one-third of north half seo.tlon 23, 31-28. Sumo lo same—Same as to west hnlf of northwest o.tinrtqr, soction 35, 31-20. Same to snme—Same as to west half of southwest quarter of south- vest quarter section 28 and southeast quarter of southeast quarter section Hoplrmbor !!. donne Co«ti>, liletilennnt KOR QUICK DEPENDABLE RADIO SERVICE Phone 2834 WITHAM & BOOTH 2015 H Strcut NOMt'K SKTS KHi'l.K UKCOUU i AMP PMliltY, t.ihlo, Si>pt. 5. (>'. P.i MIH .lumi'H llnln nf Akron, i mlo. «et a world's record In tho nn nun I Ohio Klflfl and Pistol Anso- <-lulliin mnlchen at Camp Perry, Ni-orliiB :!»8 points out of n possible ion ,Mn». llalo bail been Shuotlng thi« rlfl" only IN months. Hellonte- -Pnrln to New York. July 23. II>SA—J, A. Molllmin und bin wife, Amy .lohnnon Pendliu:, \\'nle«, to Htriitfnrd, t'onti. Mny 20. 1!>8'I— Mnurlfo llnssl nnd Pinil CudoH Paris to New York. Drop Reported in Wholesale Prices Treasure Company Operations Halted OporatlonR havo not been concluded tit Troimuro Drilling Company's outpost mint of Fairfax school, section 12. 30-28, but tho well Is temporarily susptMidod, This offfitMs the lone pumper, Spongier No. 1, of Mountain Vlnw Development Corporation, which Iq bOttointJd nt 5122 foel. The hole waR drilled to RSSR and nfter n period of idle- nen», lately wn« deepened to f>fl5l feet. It IR Rnld that operntlcinii Wll i lie resumed presontly and the holo ' onrrled to 5800. ' LEONARDO Spanish Grotto Will Reopen Tonight For the B«§t In Spanish Food* Come to Leonard's 8901 CHB8TKH AVKNU8 I'rfU Leatfil Wire) \VA8IUNtlTON. Sept. B.™ A slight drop In wholesale oommortlty prices lust week WIIH reported today by tho liibor depni-tment. Dtti'llno In food and furm prod not H prison, tho department mild, WOH Inrgoly rvHponHlblo for a decrease of 0.4 pur i-oiu In tbo Boncral pi-K-o level, Farm product prices dropped l.B pur cent nnd foods 0.4 per cent from, Iho previous week, HriuUiiK tho ufn- vrnl level of PI-ICOH to Kl.3 per cent of Us 1K26 average. The provloutu week prlcvs UH a whole woro 81,5 per cent of tholr \9H averugv. DKNY RADIO STATION I'UtA \VA8HlNXltON,. Sept. f'. (A. P.)— Tho federal oommuncnttuns was nil- vlsoil today by lOxumliu'i- H. Y, llydii to deity thp npplleatlon of tho Valley Uroudausllug Cotupnny to erect » radio station hi Pumona. I'ullf. Hyde said th* proposed ntutlon would UKttse Interference with two" tn l.os AI>K«»)PH nnd one hi Mexico. May Determine Connecting Link ! Between Fields fl, 29-2B. Stmidafd Oil fompanv to H. Cl. \ennedy ot ux— Surrender lease on ot» 22. 23, 84, weotlon. n, 30-2R. SHine. lo Ouvo F. Smith el ux— Kama IIH to northeast quarter of *outhw«ftt quarter, north half of north mlf of soutbeiiHt quarter of »outhwest qunrter Beotion ^, 30-28. fHame to Denjaniln N, YOUIIB ot «x —Same ns to lot 20, noetlon 5, 80-28. Same to Tlakersfleld Packing Company — Mnnie as to douthwest quarter of BouthwDst quarter and south 10 uer*« of northwest quarter of south- went quarter, nocllon 4, 30-28. Same to Hank of America— Same as to Houthenut quarter section 4, SO-2S Willow Springs Development Com- mny to United Land Comvany—AH- Hlgriment of leaso on northwest quarter of southeast quarter of southwest quarter soction 27, 10-1-1. Same to same—Hninq ns to northwest quarter of nortnonnt quarter of northeast qunrtnr sect Ion 27, 10-14. Kern County I^nnd Company and Ohio Oil Company file notice of of north half of northwest quarter and lots 3 and 4, section 30, 31-20; northwest quarter nnd south half of section 3, south hnlf section 4, south half section 5, north half portion ft, In 32-2G, swamp and overflow land In sections 0 and 10. 32-2D. Same n« above file, notice of correction making description rend north hnlf of northwest quarter and lots 3 and 4, section 30, :il-2f»; northwest quarter nnd south half section 3, south half section 3, south half soc- tion 4, south hnlf section 5, north half section (!, In 32-2S; swamp and overflow land In section 10, 32-26, except ' Bllernd OH Company to A. M. Hurlz —Assignment of oil lease as to east half of south half of lot 28, section 21, 29-27. (Assnciatcit Prcnn Leased TARRYTOWN. N. Y., Sopt. 6. — Elsie .lanls, famed stage actress, listed "everything for sale" toddy as she looked forward to the charity auction of her properties Monday that will launch her new career of "living to make others happy." Two months ago the one-time "sweetheart of the A. K. P.," who applied her stage talents to entertaining doughboys in the trenches, announced her resolve "to do something, something swell that would. glyo mo a reason for living." Miss Janls planned to sell her "wordly possessions" and use tho proceeds for charity. "I want to travel light, like a rookie on tho march," sho said, <t> ' A POSSIBLE link between tho •"•new Ten Section field nnd But- tonwlllow KM field, may be CB- tabliMhcd by the wildcat Juat fipud- dcil by AsMtclnted Oil Company between tho two, on section 30, 29-25. At present not enough welU have been completed at Ten section (o disclose the uhape and trend of tho structure. The question U whether it is connected to Elk Hills field on the west, or Buttonwlllow gas field on the northwcNt or (8 a solitary structure like Edison field. Buttonwillow anticline Is farther 1 away but it lien on a northwest lino from Ten Section, parallel to the mountains, which la a Ireud thiit moHt of the fplds In the valley follow. Honolulu Entering Premier District Stepping out of Its customary "bailiwick" Hound Mountain field, where It baa boon drilling tor BOV- oral months. Honolulu OH K-orpora. tlon la going lo try to extend Its operation* to another area by drill- IHH an-outpost well iii south Premier field. Heretofore, the company's production In the valley has boon limited to Hound Mountain field on the Bast Side and Bucna Vista Mills fluid on tho \Ve«t Side. On section 8, as-27 where the company holds a Itfo-ncro lease of the southeast quarter, location Is biting Crude Oil Pumped by Garym&Harr Clarvln & Hnrr report % a satisfactory pumping test at tho wildcat which they havo opened up south of Prultvalo school In the southwest quarter of section 28, 29-27. In the first 30 hours, 308 barrels ot clean ID-gravity oil was pumped Into the sump and shipped. The output then Htoppt?d temporarily, and tho well s steady capacity will not bo known till later, Several years , ago Superior Oil Company drilled to 4T10 feet and cemented 8H-lnch casing at 4383. Oil and wator woa pumped for a short time, then the hole was abandoned. Now operators have cleaned out to Don'l M temporary Uek of mon«r htmpwr your cKiWi !ulur«.C»t n««W a R«p»y morilWy on M»y l«fmi CH*:k our l-Co»l Auto l*«n Plinl " CONSUMERS Cntoir 1424 tTMIT 4M SAFE BRAKES east corner. This Is a diagonal off- sot to American Exploration Company's pumper on section 18. Production Is estimated to be bottomed at 2875 feet, which moans that the crew and gasoline portable that will be brought down from Round Moijn- tain field, will have to go 1000 feet deeper than at Ttound Mountain. ItOACH HBTl'llNS 13, M, Hoach, superintendent of MoUawk OH Company. Is back from vacation spent nt San Francisco nnd .'UttlaN', with Mrs. nottch and their two daughtpi-s and son pump cementing a short liner at the top ot tho water string where a few Joints were pulled at tho abandonment, Nearest producer is almost a mil* away In FruHvala field. RENT I'KOIH,EJM SOLVED TOLBDO. Sept. 5. (U. P.V-Tony Zill, a World War veteran, solved the. rent problem 20 years ago by bulldinp ' a houseboat, which ho ties up at various points along the Maumoe river. Whllo he fishes or works on the river boats, his wife and dog take care of the three-room house, which I* equipped with modern conveniences-, i Avoid «TMt for faulty brake • Have yours Rolined., Today/* „ , " ' PER WEEK , BUDGET PLAN ' Johnion'i Auto Supply art4 Sirvlot Store*, Ino, . OMstir it Twnty-ioHrti

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