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?'*&,? ^l**-Yf\ , i:./. i./h">\ V, . ; - i '..S-.T-j :• P f :1 '.'T -r r. ^v X I :•- i '•] I. •v^-w hrhwv' r -' L • v "• r ' '' I ^^V&'^^ W^*;"v vv • r -~ f * '.v: : --. .".- . -'•',"> ^^ .';"? ,.-'•,[-•' ^.-; *;-.->• vv: - :. .- ' : . :^"'.^T^Vf*y;^ -•'•/; :'/.Y ;; -' v.*-,... i\v ; .' .'• , "- . •• '. ".'v ^^ •'•••-" ^ ;.'- \- ••;••'-''•• - .. . . •:• .. : ^-" : ''"O'r'v '. ,; ; ' ; ; * ..; v - - '1 ; .-.- .'* . - . -" 'I J' ',- - > t v-,:i J t _ a- ' Jj [itf :* - 1 ' -- v ': d • 1 - , . I- Y Lb I a?; >v- v' * Collide irt Marylahd; Tlirec on ins Injured Md,, Sept. 7. Threo persons, one a passenger, were hurt early today in a collision of a western Maryland railway passenger train into a standing freight •train near Flint, four mites west of hero. The Injured, all • suffering from bruises and alight shock, are: Mrs. V. O. Whittlngton of Koanoke, Va., passenger. H, J. Black of Haiti* more, mall clerk. R. Obermiller of Catonsville, mall clerk. ,Mrs. Whlttlntfton. received medical treatment here and continued on another train for her homo. The two mall clerks were given medical attention here, The two trains met head on at 6:66 a, m. but did little damage* to cither. No oars were- derailed. The engine oC the passenger train had no be replaced before it continued to Hagerstown. The superintendent's office of tho railroad in Hagerstown reported that the engineer of tho freight £raln had brought his engine to a atop. The passenger train had slowed down to six miles an hour. Legal Notices NOtlCE OF MEETING OF OF SUPERVISORS OF BOARD KERN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. TO CONSUMMATE PURCHASE OF REAL PROPERTY FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES. Notice i« hereby given that the Board of Supervisors of Korn County will meet at their rooms Jn the County Court Houae, city of Bakers- tleld. County of Kern, State of California, at 11:00 o'clock a. m.. Monday, September 14, 1936, for the purpose of consummating the purchase from C, I,. Taylor and Ola n. Taylor, hia wife, Raymond <3. Taylor and Dora Louise Taylor, his wife, for the sum of $1400.00. of the following hereinafter described real property, towlt: The west half of Villa L*>t 46 of Drury's Addition In tho County of Kern, State of California, as per map recorded March 18, J907. In Book I, Page 101 of Maps In the office of the County Recorder of said County, *ex- ceptlng therefrom the south 75 feet: and also excepting therefrom a strip 30 feet wide on the north and west sides thereof reserved for public roads. Said property IB to bo used for pub- Wc purposes, to-wit; for Hospital Grounds. Any ami all persons Interested In the matter may appear at the above mentioned time and place and be heard. Dated August 19, 1936. . F. B.T3MITH. Clerk of the Board. _AuBuat 21 to September 11, inc. NOTICE INVITING SEALEcTlp.., POSALS TO FURNISH ONE DISC TYPE GRADER FOR THE STREET DEPARTMENT OF THE CITY OF BAKBR8FIELD. PURSUANT to order of the Council of the City of Bakersflcld, Notice is hereby given: I That bids will bo received at the office of the City Clerk until five JftVP 01 ^**' M> Tuesday. September S, 1936. tho same to be opened at a regular meeting of (he Cdunail nt <slght o'clock P. M. of said date, for the following equipment: One disc type grader, suitable for use by the Street Department, specifications for which may be obtained at the office of the City Engineer. All bids must be accompanied by a certified check In the sum of ten per cent of the contract price which the successful bidder shall forfeit upon failure to enter Into the contract. The Council reserves tho right to reject any and all bids. Quality and adaptability to tho purpose for which the rtlac type grader is intended will ^ be considered by the Council In making the award, and price quoted will not be the only determining 1 factor. Dated; September 1, 1936. V. VAN RIPER, City Clerk and Ex*Officlo Clerk of the Council of the City of Bak- ersflck). Sept.. 2 to 7, inc. ORIGINAL SUMMONS No. 28557 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for tho County of Kern. PACIFIC STATES SAVINGS AND L.OAN COMPANY, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs.. CENTRAL REAL ESTATE COMPANY, a corporation. HAHOLD ABBOTT, EUL.A D. ABBOTT, CLARK E. ALLEN, LOTTIP C. ALLEN, EDNA L, ANDERSON, EDWIN L. ANDERSON, MINNIE L. ANDERSON. ALBERT AMOUR, also known as A. Armour, AUGUSTINE AMOUR. F. ( T. ANDREWS, JAMES ARP, STANLEY J. BA1RD, E. D. BAKER, C. H, BARLOW, FOREST BROWN, EMMA V. BRUNS. PALMER BURKE. R. H. CADY. MINNIE E. CADY. BRUCE A. CHANCE. LEONA R, CHANCE, HAROLD CHAPPELL, B. CLERICO, MAE COFFEEN, 'ANNA. MARIA COGSWELL, w. A. crtoFu BERNICE B. CROFT, DUWARD CROWE, JOB DAVIS. LYDIA E. DAVIS, NORMAN L. DELMARTER. FRIEDA DOW, J. A. DUNAHOO, 0. C. RARLS, VICTORIA EARLS, L. O. ECKFORD, MADD1B ECKFORD. Q, FIORINI. T. J. FOLEY, BLANCHE F. FOLEV. W. G. FORCE, C. B, FRBELAND, CHAS. L* FUDOE, LULU D. HJOOE. * WILLIAM OALLAHER, GENNA- VIEVE QALLAHER, JE88K GIBBS, also known as Jesnte Gibb« andl «• .1. M. Oibbn, TONY OIL, ERMAL B. HAKFNKR, RALPH R. B, HARRIS, aRORGK UTH HARRISON. M. S. HARVUOT, GEORGE HAY, AL- BBRT C. HERIOT, MARY E. R. HOLLEBECK. D. O. KIMBALL, KLINOBNBBRO. OTTO FLORENCE E, . WTTIG, PETER G, LOEWRN. A. E. LUDOFF, V"? £$!£?«!&£' K. LuiIIoff, EARL J. LUNCEFORD, J. R. McKIBBHN, OEN1E PEARL McKIBBBN. J. ft McCLAIN. also known AS J. C. Mc- LEAN, PEARL JONES McRAE, MARY JEAN MacCALLION. H U. MaoOALLION a« QuardUn of Mary Jean M*oCal|!on» a minor. H. M, M4CCALLION, kniC C. MacIN- TYRE, N. M. MALOOF, FRAN L. MARTIN. BASIL B, MORGAN. W. B. MORdAN, MABRL C t JOHN MORQANTINTI. B, MOWRE, 8. F. MUNN. HENRY £ NEWMAN, LELA OLDAKER a» Guardian of V«arl WooUty. a minor, L.ELA OLDAKER. VRAR/. WOOL* S5Xv* V - *>• <?SBORN, UVA 2, OS- BOIW. ROStt PACHLIO, HALLIE PARRISH, THOMAS PETER- B - PBTERSEN, MA- BERTHA PrEPER, . INEY, MARQUE- RAINBT. O. k ROLLINS, ET ROLLINS, MRS, wow, PAT ^ > . 1 ,l f n l THfi BAREKSFIELD CALlFORtflAN, MONDAY, . . ' ' ' ' - ^ - - - ' ' F BER 7, 1936 (Cotitttttttiti From Page Onr) _ __ _ _ _ i i time ho had visited them In the capacity of governor. He made an overnight trip from Kansas City, 1 Mo., for tho occasion accompanied by aides, newsmen and photographers who occupied two cars of the regular train. _ H . "The Legion has worked for ^ r years for legislation to take th6 profit out of war, and in the event of war to put everything the nation possesses Jn manpower, industry and resources on an equal footing," ILandon told an audience gathered in tho forum. "I believe we can do much by Intelligent legislation to lessen tho danger of being drawn into a war which we have no real concern. But after all tho spirit of America must be our main reliance In B laying out of war. We must have tho strong will for peace. \Vc must be ready to sacrifices short run profits, We must be prepared to stifle the natural affection that wo have for the lands of our ancestors. \Vo must keep our heads. In all this tho ."Legion should be prompt to tako leadership." Jn discussing what he termed "citizenship In Its broadest acnso," the Kansans urged "united action to make tho welfare and safety of tho nation our personal concern." In this section of hia talk, he referred, although not by name, to the split of 10 unions headed by John U Lowla of tho United Mine Workers from the American oration of Labor. mm Chief Executive Speak Fed- Legal Notices TKW13S. VKRNIA TBWKS. VANDKR KIKE. JULIA H. VAN DE3R KIKB, ADEL VOQEL, GLENN O. WARR, HAROLD E, WADMAN, FLORENCE K WILLIAMS, GEORGE R. WOLFE. GLADYS 8. WOLFE. B. A. WRIGHT. O. D. YOUNO, BERT J, 2ANKTTI, MINA ZANETTI. FIRST DOR SECOND DOE, THIRD DOE, FOURTH DOE, FIFTH DOE, SIXTH DOE, SEVENTH DOE. EIGHTH DOW, NINTH DDK, TENTH DOE. ELEVENTH HOE. TWELFTH nOK. THIRTEENTH DOE. FOURTRTGNTH DOW, FIFTRKNTH DDK SIXTEENTH DOE, RRV1BNTKKNTH DOE. EIGHTEENTH DOK, NINETEENTH DOR. TWENTIETH DOE, TWENTY-FIRST DOE, TWENTY-SECOND DOE, TWENTY-THIRD DOE, TWENTY- FOURTH DOK. TWENTY-FIFTH HOE. TWENTY-SIXTH HOE, TWENTY - SEVENTH DOE. TWENTY-EIO7ITH DOR, TWEN- TY-NINTTT DOE, THIRTIETH DOE, FIRST POE COMPANY, R corporation, SECOND DOE COM- PANV, a corporation, THIRD DOE COMPANY, a r.orporntlon, FOURTH DOK COMPANY, a corporation, and FIFTH DOE COMPANY, a corporation. Defendants. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA SEND GREETINGS TO: Central Real Estate Company, a corporation, Harold Abbott, Kula D. Abbott, Clark E. Allen, Lottie C. Allen, Edna L. Amlprson, Edwin T/. Anderson, Minnie L, Anderson. Albert Amour. alno known an A. Armour. AugUAtlne Amour, F. T. Andrews, James Arp, Stanley J. Balrcl, K. D. Baker. C. H. Barlow, Forest Brown. Kmma V. Bruns. Palmer Burke, R. E. Cnily, Minnie K. Cady, Bruce A. Chance, Leona R. Chance. Harold Chnppell, B, Olerlco. Mae Coffeen, Anna Maria Cogswell, W. A. Croft, Bernice R. Croft, Duward Crowe, Joo Davis, Lydla 1C. Davis, Norman L. Delmarter. Frieda Dow, J, A. Dunahoo, O. O. .Earl*. Victoria Earla. L. O. Eckford. Madrtle Eckford. G. Florlni, T. ,1. Foley, Blanche F. Foley, W. G. Force, C. B. Freeland, Chas. L. Fudge, Lulu D. Fudge, William Gallalier, Gennavlevo Gallaher, Jesse dlhba. Also known as Jeaulo GIbbs and n» J. M. GIbba, Tony Oil, Ermal B. Haefner. Ralph R. HagRTerty. Wtlma H. Hammon, E. B. HarrU, George Harris, Ruth Harrison, M. S. Hnrvuot, Goorpo May. Albert C. Herlot, Mary E. E. Hoileheok. D. O. Klmhall, Arthur Kllnicenberi?, Otto C, Kllng*nb«rg, Florence R. Lahey. Marie D. .Little;, Peter G. Loewen. A. E. Ludoff. also known aw A. E. Ludloff, Karl J. J-.unceford, .1. S. McKlhben. Genie Pearl McKlbben, J. D. MoClaln, also known DH J. C. McLean, Pearl Jones McRac, Mary Jean MncCalHon, H. M. MftcCalllon, as Ouardfau of Mary Jean MacCnlllon, a minor, H. M. MAcCallton, Erlo C. Mnclntyre, N. M. Mnloof, Frank L. Martin, Basil B. Morf?An, W. B. Morgan, Mabel C. Morgan, John Morgantlntl, Forrest B. Mowre, 8. F. ^unn, Henry J, Newman, Lela Oldakor ns Guardian of Vearl Woolpey. n minor. Leln Old- nker. Vearl WoolNey, V. D. Osborn, Uva 7*. Osborn/ Rose Pachllur, Hallle L. Parrlsh, Thoman Petorsen, Bessie B. Petersen, Marie Pleper, Bertha Pleper. Elmer A. Ralney, Marguerite H. nalrioy, O. B. Rollins, Margaret Rollins. Mrs. Charlos I. Rosebrook. Winifred Lavera Rush, Fred W. Rush, Max Selbt. A. W. Selbt, L. W. Spaldlng, R. G. Spaifltng, John W. Ste*le, Pat Sughrtie, also known ns E. P. . fiughruo, Frankt G. Suorex. Carrie M. Suoree, Kenneth W. Tewea, Vernia Tewes, Paul Vander pike, Julia H. Vnnder Kike, Adel Vogol, Glenn G. Ware, Harold K. Wftdman, Florence E. William*. George S. Wolfe, Gladys S. Wolfe. B. A. Wright, O. 1>, Young, Bert J; Zanettt, Mlna Zanetll, F|r*t Doe, Second Doe, Third Doe, Fourth Doe, Fifth Doe. Sixth Do<j, Seventh Doe. E ghth Doe, Ninth Doe. Tenth DOP, Eleventh Doe, Twelfth Doe, Thirteenth Doe. Fourteenth Doe. Fifteenth Doe. Sixteenth Doc, Seventeenth Doe. Eighteenth Doe, Nineteenth Doe, Twentieth Doe, Twenty- Firtt Doe, Twenty-Second Do*, Twenty-Third Doe, Twenty-Fourth Doe. Tweniy-PJfih Doe, Twenty- Sixth Doe, Twenty-Seventh Doc, Twenty- Blghth Doe. Twenty-Ninth Doe, Thirtieth Doe. First Do* Company, n corporation, Second Doe Company, a corporation, Third Doe Company, a corporation. Fourth Doe Company, a corporation and Fifth Doe Company, a corporation, Defendants. You nro dlrciclrd lo appear In an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff In the Superior Court of tho State of California, In and for tho County of Kern, and to answer the complaint therein within ten day* after the service on you of this summons. If snrved within the County of IC«rn, or within thirty days If served elsewhere, and you are notified that unless you appear and answer ae above required, the plaintiff win take judgment for any money or damages demanded in the Complaint, as arising upon contract, or will apply to the Court for any other relief demanded In the Complaint. Given under my hand ana seal of he Superior Court of the County of <<»rn. State ot California, May foth, 1936. P IS SMITH County Clark, Clerk of Superior Court. r P. U. EDWARDS, Deputy. NOTICE APPEARANCE: "A defendant ^ pears In an action when he answer*, demur*, or give* the plaintiff written nptio* of his appearance, or when an attorney, glvee notice of appearance for. him/' (Sec. W4. C, C. J».) Answers or demurrer* mu»t to* In in form pursuant to rule 6f at Rally Thursday at Charlotte, N, (Vnitett WASHINGTON, Sept. 7.— President Rooftovelt will leave Washing- tori tomorrow night on a southern tour to be climaxed by a major campaign address at Charlotto, N, C., Thursday, bpforo a "green pastures" rally of Democrats. Mr. Hoose volt's special train will lake him first: to Knoxvllle, Tcnn., where ho will begin a 140-mile motor tour of tho Great SmoHeys Nation Park, ending at Aehevllle. N. C, The Freslden t wa* ex poctod t o motor from Ashevlllo to Charlotto for the seven-states political rally at which he will speak la to Thursday afternoon. After tho address ho will board his special tram and return immediately to Washington, arriving Friday morning. On his return, Mr. Koosevelt will address the international World Power Conference at Constitution hall. Monnwhtle, he hung out the "work as usual" sign despite tho* fact that today was a holiday. Although he did not come to his office, ho had callers at the AVhlte House, Including Rural Electrification Administrator Morris 7... Cooko, and Senator M. M. Lonergan, Pernocrat, Connecticut. Tomorrow, It was explained, Mr. Roosevelt will keep his engagement list down to a minimum In order to prepare the text of his Charlotte address. AH he began work today he issued a proclamation designating 1 Sunday, September 27, us Gold Star Mothers' day. W h Fly May Bi A ir R (Continued From Page One) front of the jrrandslund as they tried to land. troyat was just stepping out of his blue thunderbolt to receive the crowd's plaudits when Jacobson, whoso quest of Bcndtx prize money ended with him balling out of an exploding ship, attempted to ease his racing piano Into a landing: while traveling 100 m.p.h. Tho 415-pound white Hownrd Special leaped into tho air as its wheels touched the runway, Wobbled crazlly, struck the ground again with tremendous force and nosed over, Jacobson had Just been started for the field hospital to be treated for n slight cut on tho faco, when KHng came roaring down across the field. His Hky-bhic racer grazed a guywlre of the home pylon as ho cut wide to avoid the crowd clustered about. Jacobson'H plane: plowed into a field 'car and flipped end over end, piling up In a heap of splintered wreckage. Tho Lemon*. 711., flyer crawled out Avlth only a few cuts nnd abrasions, ilia wife promptly announced his retirement from racing, Neumann Places- Hint) Harold Neumann of Kansas City, who lu the defending champion in today's Thompson race, finished second In tho Greve event, lie completed the 20 fi-mllo laps at an aver- ago speed of 225.858 m. p. h. It waa his second victory of the day. Kar- Her he routed a 4*p!une field to win tho special $3000 Shell award over a DO.rnilo route. His speed In both races left him far behind Detroyat, however. Art Chester of Chicago, piloting a lemon-colored plane of hla own design, ended the Greve sprint In third place with an average of 224.082 m. p. h. He WO.H second behind Neumann In the earlirt- dash. Detroyat's victory netted him $4900—$3400 for winning and $1500 for setting a new record In the event. Neumann picked up $2325 for second place and Chester collected $1190. Other Orevfi finishers nnd their winnings wore: Kltng, $706; Jacobson, $595; Hoger Don Hae. Stockton, N, J,, $425; and Afar Jon McKeen, Inglewood, Calif,, who wound up in last place and out of the money. Say n Checked E ' •• SWAP PLE ASAN TRIES f , FrenchR Fascist* {Continued From Page Out) , S&^M 'A ! ^^^$5f • -\' --•:- \- ','£*•,&'*»s*'S -- '•'• - -"•* ' 'T'^-tf'^ -r - ,*>;- 5 •.' . -. ENZYIF .V - I - , ' I ^^^"^"•^™^™ - ' » - L ' • Scientists Hear Reports of Powerful Enzyme at Meet of Chemical Group President Franklin D. Roosevelt and hia political opponent, Governor Alfred M. Landon of Kansas ox- changing pleasantriea as they met in the capitol at OCR MoineR, Iowa, in a conference on drought relief. Governor Lnndon attended it not as a presidential candidate but a* the executive of his state. Nevertheless, this was one of the few meetings between presidential candidates in the history of the United States, and is believed to be the first to ever be photographed. Jung in Epochal Address at Harvard Tercentenary By HOWARD W. (Aiioelttid Prtti Selcnci Editor) SFATE REVENUE aides to: "Keep in contact with active reserve army officers particularly those In charge of guns so we can place our hands on amis and ammunition at the desired moment" t>e La Hocaue also ordered hi* aides to buy nil possible supplies of tuna from private sources, L'Hu- mahlte reported. The newspaper, regarded an an official organ of the Communist party, strengthened Itn attack on the "blockade against the Spanish re* public" and urged the metal workers to carry out their planned strike. Premier Leon Hhim earlier had refused to yield to pressure tn revise hlR government's neutrality program and faced down a patriotic mass mooting which chanted "airplanes for Spain." Ho asserted there was no competent proof for tho Communists' theory Italy and Germany wore aiding the* Spanish Faneist rebels rising to tho positive declaration: Tho Communists wore declared "absolutely faithful" to the people's front political coalition which swept tho Blum government into office, sail Valllant Couturier, n Communist deputy. •Siiyn Spain Aided Ho repeated, however, the charge* Germany and Italy were aiding the rebels an<1 salrt "ie is false to po»« the dilemma 'neutrality of wnr' " which nium had used to explain his fear of a general European con- f alreail flint arising from the spanlnh civil i U1K strife. Tho Communists, like Hhim. • — against Intervention "but the blorU- j Klein was obtained from the milky ade of Hprtin's regular government sap of tho fig tree, ho explained, and wht»n VasolBt powers rvro aiding tho > arystnllixod through a dHlratechem- rebellion Itaelf constitutes tnterven- i lr«l process. U has been identified tlon affitltm a friendly republic," j «s tho active agent, in a drug known the deputy asserted. 'as "ojo." widely used by Central For his part, the premier told the • ftml south American Indians in workers through -Leon Jou-i lrcutm K a large number of diaeaaea. some of which result from worms. Klein thus joined the family of ancient (Imps brought Into modern usage, such as ephedrlne, which was known for centuries by tho Chinese, and now Is used in drying up imi» COUH membranes of cola sufferer".' i tcoitd Wire) PITTSBUKGH, Pa., Sept. t.~ Discovery of a crystalline form of A powerful tissue eallnfr enzyme which destroys parasitic worms in the hu* man body was announced today before the American chemical society at tho opening session of its ninety- second meeting. Dr. Alphonso Wnlti, biological chemist of Merck and Company, Hahway, N. J,, declared that the enzyme, or "digester," was the first ever found capable of attacking living cells. Known as "fleln* 1 it upsets an old scientific principle since It dissolves ascarid (intestinal* worms In much, the same way as water dissolves sugar, without harming the body. Previously it had been maintained that no enzyme affected living tissue cells since the cells themselves manufacture some enzymes. The new product was expected to find considerable medical use In th* treatment of malnutrition, anemia and other diseases resulting from In- festatlonn of worms In the body. Thft fluid from which it was Isolated has in in parts of this south, Doctor Waltl haux, iJt-osidont of tho do.nornl Con- fcdornlton of Labor, that by thoi »irlk« they might otnperll Krance'« domestic dufenantt. Ltated Wire) MADISON, Wls., Sept. 7.—Dr. Madge Thurlow Macklin told scientists and physicians hero today tho fact that cancer Is inherited can bo mado "of great value In getting the caso early." "The boliof that, cancer is Inherited nood not Ixj a gloomy ono," Doctor Macklin, professor of .histology and embryology at the University of Western Ontario, Canada, reported at the opening session of a cancer institute at tho University of Win- consln, "We rnn hardly make tho picture , darker than it i« whon *vo tp-lt tho I public that ono of every seven or I eight adults will die of cancer." eho continued. "We can mako-the fact t fhnt It is Inherited a grout value In getting tho raHOH C AMBRIDGE, Mass,, Sept. 7. Charles Oufttav .lung, co-author with Kroud of psychoanalysis, mado his first speech in America today, summarizing- his life work in emotional analysis at the Harvard tercentenary. Jung rated sex In second place among tho Instincts in apeak Ing at a symposium on "Kaotors Determining Human Behavior." Unlike Freud. he placed hunger first. .Explaining why ho disagreed with many psychoanalysts who place HP* first, Professor .lung said: "The growth of culture having- brought with It so many restrictions of a moral and a social naturo. sexuality has been lent, temporarily at least. an excess value comparable to that of water In a desert," Five Factors Given Professor Jung gnve five principal factors aa regulators of human behavior—hunger, sexuality, drive to activity, reflection ami creative Instinct. Sex, age and heredity modify these, As examples of the "drive to activity" be gave "wanderlust, love of chance, restlessness and play sttnct." Tho creative Instinct scorns, said, to bo connected with sex, reflection and other Instinct*. U is as much "destructive «s constructive " Personalities also tend to split Into "fragments." "Tho fragments" wander around In ways not easy; to analyze. Tho fragments, ho explained, are "complexes, 1 * ami "complexes behave like Independent beings," Borne complexes are tho revenge of nn instinct subjected to too much modification. Some Not Dangerous The "fragments" aro not always dangerous things. Homo, said Professor Jung, may bo useful. The common expression "ono-sldodness" Illustrates Huch a frogmen!, and enables a person to foster usaful capabilities to tho neglect of others. A place In ihe brain which goes on beating electrically, *»vw after 'the brain is cut off from the rest o( the body, ihe same as an Isolated heart koojm beating reg-utarly, was described by Professor IS. O. Adrian. University of Cambridge. This Is tho cortex, of covering of tho forebrain. The activity appear* KB a pulsating lectrlo current, which stops only with death. «w C SOVIET EXILE in- !•' ' •'.'£'.-' *fl- -• J* ,\* T --" 'V V'>XO',' I**? f'^'*r+f • 0*^fflif^^ _ .O» St' ' -' _'rf'» L L 'i J«**_"_*t.'*' *,VJt r»» *.* ft . . ": ' '. ^ ~-i. i*-~ '"i Various Forms of Income on Increase us Result of Metier Conditions t Give Labo al-F. D I (Continued from Page Ont) two L EON TROTX1CY muttt leavo bU homo In Norway, no .Soviet MuaMa ban notified offlclala of the Norwegian ffovernmont, or friendly mladotm between I ho two conn- trie* "will bo «.*n, exiled one*tlmo leader. In acctmed of frifltlffuMng- a plot agalnm Soviet Dictator Jonef Stalin. Sixteen otberH, accuaod of being involved in tho ctwaiiiraoy, bave been executed. • /(f>fi«fi? SACRAMBNTO. 8ept. 7.—Income from Imptirtant nouroon of Rtate revenue rontlnuod trt Inrroune 119 ooo- noinlc oondlttona Improved through* out California, elate offlolald re- portod. Thrt stnta gaaollnn tax for July roncbed a total of $<M22,ft94. nuv . pnnHlnK the total for any previous month except that for Juno, 1032, the state board of cnunllwition reported. "U'hiln (ho July tax if only |7t.?21 moro than I ho total tax for tho ror- roBpondlng numth of 1035. the fart thru there tin* IM»OII an Incrc/tse In In ItBolf nlKnlflranl of gratifying buslnens condltlonn." waitl Ulchanl Co?lln«, board chairman. "A your ago the total tax for th« month marked H. 43 per rout gnlrt over July of 19,14 and w«» th<* grftateftt gain ever noted." Continuing tht> rooord Itr^nklng In- croanoif prevloimly rniuta, returnn from I ho atato exclHo tax on beer and wine amounted to $217.000, the board reported. "This rmirltH nn liu-iensc of $20.537 over tho corresponding revenue n year ago. U I* n Rftl" of 15,75 pot- rent and fttirpiiBfte.n by $4^fl» tlir yield for tbo best previous month. whlrh WUH la«t Juno," the report nald. The report rcvvalod that out of thrt 'IO.717.fiOA RalloiiH r«xod last month at 2 rent* por gallon, 9,366,045 RutloiiB wore beer, leaving tux- nbio wine, «ateH of l.flfiz.ftno. In nd- dltion to thin levy, a total of 88,413 plntn of rhampngiitt and Bpnrkllng wines wei-o taxed at the rate of 3 cent* a pint. GLUTTON* KOK IH MSIIMKNT N1CW 1HUTA1N. Conn., Hopt. 7. (A. P.)-Hoy fierbtM-t, 38. a waiter, wan hoi rig treated at a hospital for nmoko Inhalrtd at a fire. ' 't;nn J IIM vo u rlgfl ret f e7" tho*« wlgnn of history. worker 1 I veil said, "must have that fold opportunity (protection and living wage), if wo nro to avoid the growth of u tlaaa conscious ao- clety In this country." Then be ndded: "Thftr* who fnll to rr»ud both the the times nnd American They would try to refuser i nny effective power to bargain collectively, to earn n decent livelihood and to aoqulr* Urcnrlty. "It Is thoso Nhnrmigiupd ones, not labor, who thmilrn this country with that rlnns dtaiwnalun which in other countries him lot! to dictatorship nnd the netabllshniPiit of f*>nr nnd hntrod a* tho dominant emotions of human life. Seated boftn-o a microphone In tho lower room of the executive mansion, tho President delivered one of (ho lnngt*st Addresses ho ha* made In months us hi? summarized his findings in Um drought regions. Hi* declared (Imt "tho f armor* of America M-nnl a sound national agricultural policy," prom!m»d them con- tlnuM federal help in solvim? their problems and then rcvviing Into a re- vk'w of ih<* hilior picture from the national viewpoint. Thfl Pirv«Ul«nt prai«*d thn courngo of tluwo whom ho unld wore winning their way out of th« dopr^wslon, likening their fortitude to that of tho embattled drought farirwr He drow n bright word picture of j industrial ru-tuuployniciH, but u>- i clnml that government upending wan i responsible In large part for keeping 1 Industry going and putting it Into ft t position lo make rtvomploymcnt poa- j nlblo. i "ClovornmMit ord*»rn." hn Raid. ! "were th* bnrUlog of bwtvy huluntry; j government wagen turned over und ' over again to make connumer pur- [ chafing power nnd to snsl«in ovt?ry mcrrhttnt In the community. "Bualneaa men with their busl ;ICMN*N. amall and largo. )md lo be Mfived. Private enterprise |» neco»- j aiiry to nny nation whloh uoekw lo 1 maintain th« democratic form of gov- jernmont. In iholr case. Just a* cer ! talnly a« In tho rn«e of drought- ctrleken fiirmerw. government mending bnA HHveil." SECRETARY SAYS Mrs. Perkins Reports Great Increase in Workers on Private, Public Jobs Wire) WASHINGTON. Sopt. 7.— Sec tnry Perkins estimated today that S.500.000 workers bad found private or government jolw since tne low point of tho doproaalon in March of IOS3. "8omc 1.000,000 men and women who were Jobless at thla Urn* last year have been added to the rank* of workers In private Industry and the amount of money In pay on- Vfriopen baa been increased nearlv 1-12,000,000 Jn weekly wages," the fteoretnrv said In a J-abor day radio L Observing the forty-ninth anniver* nary of tho first l^abor day. MUs Perkins hehl *'Bubatantla] ^alna have b««on mado each year since 1932 and advaneea on th* economic front bave b«en ao consolidated as to give ovpry Indication that they will b* nutttuinod to the ultlmato benetit of every num. woman and child in the ITnlteil States." HmoUine Jlerbort d nml u«tUnHt the hin cl tip. ho no THE WEATHER Han Jonqulii. Haoraiuento. Santa. Clara und HaUhm valleys; Fair and cnnunued M arm tonight »nd Tuesday, northwest wind. San Francisco bay region: Fair tonight *nd Tu«»day: cooler Tues- dny Afternoon; gentle changeable wind. Northern CAltfornUi: Fair tonight and Tuesday, cooler on central co»,*( Tuesday afternoon; lncrea«< Ingly moderate wmd off the coast. Sierra Nevada; Fair tonight and slowly rising tempera* turc; gentle changeable wind. Southern California: Fair tonight and Tueuday with morning fog:? on const; littlo change in temperature. COTTON PICKER GETS FIRST PUBLIC TRYOUT Kidnaper's Autc Will Be_Sold S (Attoctntcd Prc** Ltatrti n , Kept. 7. — An autoniobllo bought by Thonia* H. Robinson, Jr., while he evadod capture for the $50,000 abduction of Mm. Alice Speed Sloll. will be sold at sheriff* auction September 11 to pay a Ux Judgment of $70.20. Robinson wa» arrested In a suburban hideout laat May, Clown to UwtevUto. K>\, by government agents and convicted on kidnaping charges, SADNESS KILLS DUCK SALT LAKK CITY..UU*, Sept..7. (U, F.)—Oraon and Mort*n Whito believe their pet duck Goo-Goo died of n, broken heart. Qoo'Ooo d|e4 four day* after Blng, hU fox turrier comimnJon, wa« utruek by &n automobile and killed. The youths *akl Ooo-Qoo hail b«»en mourning bU Efficiency of ii ^^^ T —' .-*£ 1. -- • ,•' - • * ' . * ^^ ' ' - -. - r ""~^P ^** •^•^•l^^ r f—^. ^ — - ^. ^|H»^perimenUI Utttlon at Stoneville, ft w»fon, after a run INDIAN «C:ILTV UKD HMTFF. Kept. 7. <U. P.V— A Superior t'ourl jury today found Villa* U'Uken. 2fl-yt>«r-old Indian. giMlty of nerond-doRrnA murdi»r f*>r the tfny j Ing of bin brother. KrnnU Wllken, 'during a quarrel near Lo« MollnoH last July 4. Vlllna waa aecuRod <>f •tabbing Frank with n wcrowdrivor Krnnl* dlt*d three day* Inier at iho Shnata county bonpltal In ni^ddlnv. Ik 4 I INTENTION MARR-Hrtf/r J H Marr. 5*. Hlnk Ir-y. »nil Hazel V Holt. :i. Tafl, Arthur _ ttd \'ofi('H<* lower. —-^ *KK*—Hermnn A META 27 HMk«r«fleM Tuck»r, M. of ING N'tetUrwerfor, 8rt. ••"liartoHo I.. I>uff i • of HASl'AHAIAN.mCltlKAHlAN Mn^tinrian, S4, ro\vl*«r, aiv^ Derlrahtan. 2\. of Vtvniia. H U report metal and mi n j i- tf»turi individuil cor KUUISON-MATIUH \ t non. 2fl, HIM! MIllHii U «>f Mnthttf. 23 s now the feature of the Monthly Stock FUNERALS The analytical copper, iiivtr lead mining v«n line nROWN—Funeral aervtcec fyr Wrown, 67, retired wh al a hr»«|iitat l««t W«*»k, will he conducted ai 10:30 o'clok Tuesday morulne at intern»«ni will in Union c«me- tery PfflM OiMittry TUMI MEMMRS UOS enteent J Phono 9340 H>L 1 —*, > -• -i-*-' ,*jt Ll ', 'I - - - f. * • ' - • ' f 1 L > r v «^^ ..[^, A. ' * p- -.' • 4 I - "'-•>• -. , 4? " H

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