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contains editorials news, world spoi serial and news in te rest. This local latest thrill 4 - ,- — r Advertising columns of The Bakersfield CaHfornlan close promptly at 11 o'clock every morning. Phone 31. .^rU'^J^sIl J •> . r ,' *-"T-/^lV< r * ,".* <!- - • •'!• 1 *• >.: LOCAL SECTION BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA, TUESDAt, SEPTEMBER 8, 1938 PAGES 11 TO 18 F. ' - .•ya • K a * ROAD CELEBRATION mi PASTOR HURT Search for Vicious Robber . f * Trio Swings to City After Peg Leg Camper Reported Edward J. Neron Speaks for Governor; Quinn Also on Program THRONG IS PLEASED Athletic Events, Dance, Other Events Staged in Mountain City RLED fractu UN LUND UK mi Moum (Spcotal to The Californian) ffiBHACHAPI, Sept. 8.—Several -** thousand persons enjoyed the cool breezes and warm hospitality r of the city of Tehachapl on Labor day, when the dedication of five nUles of new highway between Cameron and Mojave was marked .by a free barbecue and a day of sports. Edward J. Neron, deputy director of public works, representing Governor Merriam, made the dedicatory address and rut the ribbon stretched npross the highway, formally open- Ing It for public use. More Work Needed j But John R. Qulnn, native of Kern county, former Los Angeles county supervisor and now chairman of the elate veterans' welfare board, said the new road goes the wrong way. Speaking at the city park In the afternoon, the past national commander of the American Legion congratulated the city on Its new road, but said it leads to Los Angeles buy- Ing instead of Bakersfield. He urged everyone to work fpr thel improvement of tho Kighivay to Bakersfield. Mayor Earl Phelps, State Senator J. I. "Wagy, Supervisor tleorge W. Parish and Hal Grlffls were other speakers, being-Introduced by Ed Tloberts, chairman.' " :'"" Now Park Site' * The Tehachapl Exchange Club and tho American Legion arranged the celebration and received the compliments of tho crowd for Its sue- COBB. Th'p ; barbecue meat was cooked to perfection and served simultaneously to six lines of people with little delay. Tehaohapl'R new city park, built with county aid, was the site of the celebration. Throughout the afternoon, sports •events were conducted, the program including wrestling and boxing matches, races and .husband and hog calling championships. PrlAes were donated by Bakersfield and Tehachapl merchants. The day was climaxed by a dance In American Legion hall. ^ •'•* Former Resident of Hanf ord Called Mrs. C. Vivian Lewia, 49, of 1428 TUchland Place, resident of Bakersfield for tho .past two and one-half years and formerly a resident of Hanford, died hero yesterday after- boon. She was a member of tho First Christian church In. Bakersfield, of Reedley Circle of Woodcraft and of Reedley chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star, Her birthplace was HellersburfiT. Ind. Mrs. Twowis is survived by her bus- band, C. TJ. Lewis, three sons, Jack nnd Donald of Bakersfield and Edward It. of Chowchllla; two sisters. Mrs. Bd. T, Smith of Hanford and Mrs. Margaret D,old of Fresno. Funeral services will bo conducted by the. Reverend Charles Hulmo at the First Christian church at 9:30 o'clock Wednesday morning and the remains will bo taken to Hanford for interment. Payne & Son chapel is In charge of arrangements. ROAD ON DESERT BEING IMPROVED F Grading and Oiling on Two Routes to Be Complete Within Few Days (Special to The Calijornian) MOJAVE, Sept. 8.—Grading, sub- base oiling and compaction of Highway 395 between .lohannesburK and Routo 23 south of Little Work 1« expected to be completed thla week after a month of double-shift duty by tho local highway organization. Work will begin next week on applying the rock seal contract fur which haa been awarded to tho Square Oil Company of L.OS Angeles. W. Stokes, Los Angeles contractor, is the superintendent In charge. The contract covers approximately ,40 miles of ro&d. Krection of the screening plant for the rock seal will begin next week and local men are" to bo employed on the required crews. Concerted effort is being made to route a branch of thg International touring routo from Canada to Mexico through Mojave to Lancaster. This route would be designated ns Route 39BW and would be marked with the familiar federal highway shields. Even numbers on federal highways are given east-west routes from the Atlantic to tho Pacific ocean. Odd numbers are assigned roads from north to south. Touring Route 395 extends from the Canadian boarder to the Mexican border. S EARCH for the "peg leg" bandit and his two companions, who hold up and robbed a party of motorists near Monolith on the Te- hachapl highway Saturday morning, today centered in Bakersfleld'and vicinity following report that men answering to the description of the highwaymen, with a car similar to that described hy the holdup victims, were seen camping on the eastern outskirts of Bakersfield the day following the daring robbery. Fled Toward Desert Although the bandits were reported to have fled toward Mojave after robbing and beating their victims and firing on a party of Baiters- field motorists who arrived while the robbery was In progress, Investigators believe the gunmen may have doubled back toward Bakersfield and the San Joaquin valley. Undersheflff Rea Pyle said credence was given the theory because ono of the men seen camping In the open country at the east end of Mount Vornon street was described as having a wooden leg. Deputy sheriffs are checking fingerprints found at tho scene of the robbery with thoso found on cans and other articles left by the men at their Bakersflold camp, seeking to learn definitely whether tho campers were Indeed the bandits. Robbed and Beaten Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Lopez of Tehachapl nnd two companions were victims of the vicious holdup gang, who robbed them of $5 and brutally mistreated their victims. Kldon Schmidt and tho Mimics Beatrice and Klvlra Schmidt of 506 Goodman street. Bakersfte.ld. drove up while the robhory was In progress but were able to turn around and escape. Their car was struck by bullets fired at them by the highwaymen. Approximately $2,1 57,000 Borrowed by Fanners of This County *•' 609 GRANTED LOANS Majority of Recent Cash Advances Going Into Farm Purchases Hull Warns Peace "Fabric" Is Frail tAssociated I'rets Seated WASHINGTON. Sept. 8.—With a warning that "the fabric of peace has been worn perilously thin," a challenge, went out from Secretary Hull to other nations today to avoid war. Openly critical of other statesmen who, ho charged, have failed to check present day "warlike tendencies," tho secretary of state called for n- redoubling of efforts toward the, preservation of peace and an early return to "sane perspectives." As an alternative, he pictured the possibility of a new general war which "would set loose forces beyond control—forces which might easily bring about a virtual destruction of modern political thought, with all Us achievement*!, and pos- sibllty a veritable shattering of civilization." Hull chose the third world power conference, attended by representatives of all tho principal nations, as the forum for what his aides called his most outspoken entreaty for peace. Pickets to Seek Mass Jury Trial Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hognn, Jr., of Hollywood visited Mrs. Hogan's parents, Mr. and Airs. William K. Van Meter, over the holidays, tho time being spent at Breckonrlclge mountain. Mrs. Hogan was the former MiflH Iva Van Motor, the marriage taking place a month ago. Mr. Hogan, a native of Bakersfield, is employed in the Paramount studios. Banks and all city and county offices will be closed tomorrow In commemoration of Admission Day, but all stores and business houses will remain open. The post office also will observe regular hours, the holiday being a state ono and not affecting federal departments. Roy II. Hubbard, city building inspector, and his daughter Beatrice returned yesterday from Oakland, where Miss Hubbard recently underwent a successful eye operation and had to return for treatment. While in the north they visited relatives at Walnut Grovo. An automobile belonging to Maxine Arthur 1808 K street, was completely destroyed when It caught flro at 2:15 o'clock this morning about seven mllos north of Bakersfield. Tho stale forestry service was called to the scene. T/"ERN county farmers have bar- IV row<3t j from the Federal Laud Bank and tho land bank commissioner to the extent of approximately $2,157.000 since May 1, 1933. In releasing those figures, Charles Parker, president of the Federal Land Bank of Berkeley, stated that these loans have boon extended to 609 farmers of the county. While borrowers in Horn county, aa well as elsewhere In tho state, have used moat of the money to refinance their old debts Into long term, low interest rate loans, a larger proportion of tho funds advanced under recent loans la going Into the purchase of farms. Huge Totals The Federal Land Bank, through national farm loans ajsnoclatlonn, ! loaned $1,187,000 to farmers In tho f county on first mortgages In the I three-year period and advanced $970.- ] 000 from funds of the land bank ; commissioner on first and second mortgage security. Tho, average- elze> loan made by tho land bank In j the county WOH $5252 and the average-size loan by tho commissioner, $2635. The commissioner loans, first authorized In 1933 and made, in amounts up to 75 per cent of the appraised normal value of the property, wero used almost altogether at first for emergency refinancing. Tho farm credit act of 1936 authorized using them to finance farm pur- young men and tenants, a bettor give, many farmer*, particularly chases with the idea that this would chance to buy farms. Experience., equipment and it reasonable down payment aro required. Millions leaned For the period May 1, 1933, through June 30,3936, in the United States, 766,074 mortgage loans, totaling $2.066.160,820 woro made, and $1,391.373,003 was advanced In other loans, wlUlo an additional $318.878,072 was loaned to co-oporatlv#H hy tho agencies of tho Farm Credit Administration. amed rneys ce asco GROUP ON WAY FROM LIGIOUS ACCID fl u T l Homes nnd Farms in California Areas for Rlivlnc = T?1QNT persons wore Injured, one seriously, in two Horn traffic accl- u^ H ! .LJ H^win i a8 i night and this morning, one accident involving a passon- MILLIONS EXPENDED Thousands Participating in Plan to Encourage Fuller. McFarland, Land Ownership HOLSTEIN OUEEN FAIR VICTORY S Miss Juliana Orinsby Tok High Award in Contest at Sacramento Prtnt Lr<i»e*l Wirr) ACHAMENTO. Sept. S.—Caltfor- IV ~' nia farms and homeH costing $06.1102.913 have boon financed hy tho ntiito In UH program to aid war veterans, according to n report of the vetcraiiH 1 welfare hoard. Of this amount, a total of $606,260 was spent In Kern county under tho program which la being pushed forward steadily. Tho veterans' board purchases have IncludcHl 13,fi42 homos with an ger car filled with San Joaquin valley residents returning from a church convention In the south. Most seriously hurt Is the Reverend Murrell P. Cough ran. 28, of 4866 Illinois avenue, Fresno, who is in Bakersftold Emergency hospital with a fractured pelvis, injured right shoulder, scalp lacerations and a cut extending into the corner of his left eye. OTHERSINJURKD Rev, Jay facial cuts. Karl Carver, 26, 4862 Durant street, Fresno, cuts and bruises. Thurlow II. Huhbard, 208 (Mark street, Fresno, severe nbraalonN. Mrs. Huhhard, cuts and bruises. ,). (i. Wilder, 50, of 2124 houlevnril. l^oa Angeles, shock. ' .1. H. Kdmonson. 32, Poplar M reel, Fresno, fractured left shoulder. Mrs. Kdmonson, bead Injuries, CHIEF severe 11 VISIT A cur driven by N. H. I tart son. 724 Protero avenue, Kl Montr, with tho Krverend Messrs. Ooughran nnd Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard nnd Mr. Carver a« paanengrors. was Involved in a collision with another average* cost of $4tHU and 4P2 farms ] automobile driven by Morris Kodrl- with an average cost of $65.14. tho I Rofl 90fi FjIVNt villa street. Pasadena, report revealed. Henry Verdelin to Speak at Annual Banquet of Bakersfield Unit I butter fat. tho school Juliana Ormsby, Holsteln queen of tho Kern County l.'nlon High School dairy herd and grand champion of the Htate fair In 1934, won flrfit place in tho combination typo and production clans at the ItUti state fair yesterday with an official record of 9E>1 poundB of II. K. Dlckson. head of agrioulturo department, The CaHfornlan today. This IB tin* highest honor given » cow in tho HolHteln CIHHH nnd was won agalnat extremely hard competition. Miss Juliana In 10 yearn old but IH expected to exceed 1000 pounds of butter fat before tho end of her proH- ent tent ing year. Continuance of thin record In a cow uf her ago IH considered remarkable. She I» ono of the. finest cow* of, tho famous OrniRby strain. The school farni'H champion WHH not exhibited nt tho stale fair last year, not being in condition to com pete. Select Constable in Wasco District Waller K. Parks wan appointed constable of tho \Vanco dint riot today to replace Joe ICngliah, killed Inwt month under gunfire. Tho appointment wn* made by tho Hoard of Hupurvlsor* after a straw vote, taken In lh" XVano.o district res u I ted In thi; following poll; Carrlkor, 4«; llarrln, 41, Pnrkn. 08; Hennot, 26 and Trlble. , 30. An additional volo WHH hold for Prosperity and a strong Hoosevelt j the two high me.n with the following ntimont were evident throughout Nevada, Arizona and Utah, Fred b. Woodrow Crabtroe with the murder of Joe JSngllHh hu» been filed by tho Kfnrtncofl OlscitHhed ; Concerning the financial condition of iho veterans* welfare board, tho report wild: "Wo have emerged from tho depression In nn upward trend towards normal economic condition* with reserves appearing adequate to InHiiro California taxpayers that our operations Hhnll remain soif-mjpporliiiR. "Karma and homen In Iho amount of *GU,8r>2.Q13.G7 havo been granted In 54 counties to 14,13*1 votorans. "It previously wa« reported there was n d^crcnsrt In our delinquent i accounts of 46 per cent, duft prlnel- j pnlly to tb» payment of tho bonun. | and It Is gratifying to report a fur- j thor decrease of $92.12 during the i hint 80 days, which r«fli'ct» Improved business conditions throughout the Hill In. DelltuitienrloN Ix»ft3 "Total delinquent accounts in August, 193ft, were $?41.H(iti HH compared with August. lf»3fl. of $122,70S. "With over $fifi,000,000 of prop erty acquired Htid only $122.000 of delinquent accounts. It ma,y ho noon how well the majority of votornn contract holders lire rorognlzlng their obligations to the state. "Through successive bond issue* approved by tho voters t» flnnnei* tho hoard's operation*, $80.000,000 of bonds hwvo been authorised, of which $05.000,000 havo been Hold." on thfl HUlge routo near CSnipovIno at 2 a. m. today. Autos Overturn Holh machines overturned after i sldoswlplng each other. Hartsori and Hodrlgos. tlm drivers, escaped ' Injury The Heverend Kuller was treated at HakersfU^ld Emergency Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard lire at San .lonquln Hospital, ami Cur vor was released from Kern General Hospital this mornlnp. Tho other accident occurred at 0 o'clock last night on (*]olden tflulo highway ono milo south of Delano, when an uutomobllo driven by Wilder was Involved In u similar Hide- s\vlp« collision with a machine operated by Mr. ISdmonsan. Mr. Wilder wan accompanied by bis wife, who escapod Injury. Tho man suffered a heart attack Induced by shock, but recovered sufficiently to leave the hospital this morning. Mr. ami Mrs. Kdmonson are both under treatment at Deltino hospital- Bakersfield Agent N. Y. Life Leader Fred Gribble Back From Fine Journey Members of Two Clubs Hold Meet roniilt: ParkH. 125 and Carrlkcr, An Information charging nion Cemetery a NON-PKOFIT CORPORATION, which means that all income goes into the Cemetery treasury. H i» conducted for the benefit of the public and not for individual profit. 40% of the sale* of this Cemetery goes into the Perpetual Care Fund to insure Perpetual Care h Office *t tht Cemetery » Telephone 2237 /'re** Lentcd Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 8.—Fifty- Rcjven plcketH arrented In front of a 1'"*. W. Wool worth Htoro hero Saturday will seek a mass jury trial to tent the constitutionality of tho city's anti-plcketlng ordinance, Warren G. Denton, president of tho Warehousemen'** Local of tho International Longshoremen's Association, said today. The pickets, 15 of them women, congregated around the store while merchandise was helng unloaded. Warehousemen In the Wool worth warehouse here are on strike for union recognition nnd higher wages. Leggett Appointed < Leader of Council Leased Wire) WASHINGTON. Sopt. 8.—President Roosevelt today appointed Ku- gene 8. Leggott of Michigan as act- Ing executive director of the National Emergency Council. I*?ggett, former correspondent here for Detroit newspapers*/ ban been serving aa executive EM Infant to A«t- Inir -Director Lyle T, Alreraon of New Tork, who refcontiy reMgncti 10 return to private law practice. The beach home of Superior Judge Erwln W. Owen at Morro Bay, was the inspiration for the song "The Little Gray Homo In tho West," and several noted artists have painted the dwelling. Homer Myers, radio technician for the city and county broadcasting station, Is taking a three-day vacation this week. He has not announced where the leave will bo spent. Mr. and Mrs. ICarl Miner and family spent the holiday week end at their ranch near Tujunga. Mr. Miner is aaBlatant city engineer. Miss Ltna Uawtonl, prlma donna who Is now making her home In Hollywood, won a visitor to Bakersfield Saturday. Superior Judge Allan B. Campbell Is reported to be growing a beard. Ho Is enjoying a vacation period. i Inquest Into Auto Death Is Planned Inquest into the death of Miss Louisa Turner, 24, Bakers fie Id Negress ...who died of injuries received when tthe assertedly jumped from a speeding automobile on HUne Tioad Sunday morning, waa scheduled by Coroner X. C. Houze for this afternoon at Payne A Bon chapel. The autopsy surgeon this morning rendered a verdict of death caused by "multiple and comminuted fractures, batte of skull/' Kern county sheriff* office announced that Miss Turner's three companions the night the tragedy occurred, Glen Howard, Alfred Fleming and 3*no WJHems, all Netfroea, would bo detained until aft«r." ttto Qrlbble, Kern county WPA director, said today on returning from a vacation tour. 1 Ic wan accompanied by Mra. Gribble and their daiigbter Myrtle. Mr. Gribble attended the funeral of War Secretary George Dern In Salt I-ake City, his seat helng but 10 feet from that of President , Roosevelt. Visiting 71on National j Park, Boulder Dam, and the Grand j Canyon during his journey, Mr. Gribble Raid ho wan Improiwd with thn speeding of eanlcrn drivers. Fully half tho tourlntn wr»ro from California, but they drive, moro nlowly, he »ald. Auto campH aro full, there seem to bo no bouses for rent anywhere, feed f nr 11 veatook in throughout the went, Mr. Grlbblo reported. district attorney'" office. Matron Is Called; Funeral Thursday Mm. ISmmer June Bruokn, 4tf. a native of Alubaina and n r<»Hid»*nt of Biikprfif Inld ut 1019 I'VtreHl Ht rnet. for the past Mov^n yearn, di^d nt a local luinpltal lawt night. Sh" IH survived by two daughtcrH, Mm. Forewt Wlllard nnd MiH« Hula BrookN. of Bakei-Bfleld; a man, Robert .1. Mntnll- ton, Texun; tu-o BlHtnrH. Mr«. Ddcle excellent Mnggerman and Mr*. Add In Man- unn, both of Texan; threo Itrolhnrii. j .John and ,|<H» Mi-Gee, of TCJ^IH nnd KiwnniiuiH nnd KxchangoltoH held a Joint meeting In 151 Tojon hotel today to hour Herbert W. Kerrigan of Han Francisco, chief statistician of the California Hailrond Commission, who IB In Uuknrsfleld completing n. Hlatowldn survey of violations of tho highway curriers act, which lust year gave- the rommlsBlun authority over trucks, Mr. Kerrigan. Olympic champion 1u his youlh and president of tho American Olympians, organization of j ono of tho company's groups of past champions, stirred tho memories j leaders regularly since then with- of hts audience with a review of ; out Interruption. He bus boon a L (tiprctal in Thf Vnhfornian) NKW YORK CITY, ttopt. 8.™Rarl W. Smith, of Rakerflfli'M. Calif., him. ruTunllniC to iin annmmceniunt made today at tho home offlco of tho New York Life Innuranco Company In Now York City, qualified for mem- bernhlp In the company'B 193U Top Club. Tho Top Club IH an organization founded by the company In 1920. whofw memborwhip In made up, each year, of thn 200 loading producer* among tho company's agents during tbw club year In tho United Htaton and Canada. The importune* of Mr. Smith's i accomplishment 1» Indicated by the 1 fart that ho U ono of the loader* among tho 9000 representatives of the New York Life, Mr. Smith Joined the N>w York Life In 1927 and has qualified for, T1KNHY VERDELIN of the First •*•-*• Service Corporation, Minneapolis, Minn., national president erf thti American Institute of Banking, will he the guoat of honor and principal speaker nt the annual banquet of tho Bakerefleld chapter of the institute, to bo held nt 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening in El Tcjon hotel. 100 Kxppcted Harry H. Smith of San Francisco. assistant vlcn-prejddent of the Bank of America and a member of thr national executive- council of tho Amerioan Institute of Banking, will ulno be* a npeaker. More than 10*> Imnkertt from throutrhout Kern county havp made renervatlons for tho banquet, aroordinp to Joseph ! Oosffcove of ihe BanK of America. In ^ i f • Taft, who is president uf ihe loco! ; rhantor. The American Institute of Banking Is tho education bninrh of th« American Ban kern' Association. Nearly 3f»,000 hank employes and of- flcors are enrolled annually in tho study courses offered by the institute. There are more than 2^0 chapters In tho nation and the Institute has 24,500 graduate*. I'raUes Group According to a report of a study mad** by tho association for ad\)l» nducaiion supported hy the Carnegie Foundation, Mr. Cosgrovc said, "Iho Amerioan Tnatitulo of Banking in point of number* hnn stamped itself on Its field more Indelibly and more nucce-HHfully than any other educa- i tionnl venture of tt« kind." ' The Instttutr'H annual mdlo com• nience-mont oxercUea will be held at 0:30 o'clock 1'aclfie time on Wednes- 1 day evening over th*» NBC network. i with Governor Joseph A, Broderlck j of the federal reserve board deliver! Ing tho commencement address from Washington, n. C. Bouldor Dam lake la about half full. Tho family went 97 miles up the river by boat. Road* wore good throughout tho trip. There wua much building in evidence, and Mr. Oribble saw many fine WPA and PWA projects In progress. Jvce. of Sail I*akn City and her mother. Mrs. Ida MoC,«*e. of Texas Funeral Hervlecu for Mm. Brooks will be conducted chapel ThurHday o'clock, with the Donnt officiating. transporUitlun from the y»k« of Hit* ItlnminyHH to th«* complex Myntem of tho modern world, deolarlng that tranHporUitlon IH Hllll in UM Infancy. Regulation dnt*»H from the Roman rmplro, when lawn wore mado governing u«o of Iho Apjilan Way. and Iwfforn, hn mild. j tat Ion of trticliM had to come. he Indlrnted. but HiitomoblloM KO tin* rpgulutPd and uro tlealliiK maun murder on tho hlRhwayrt. Th«- highway carrlof-N »ri d*-fino« common riirrlor*, radlfil hlKhwny common rarrlers, ! contrite! curriers and foreign com- rtMiulrinK permits f>»r opera* member of tho Top Club twice, a member of Ibo Two Thousand Dollar Club fivo tlmoB and of tho Hundred Thousand Dollar Club once. • Walnut Agreement Topic at Meeting Conduct Services for Joseph Long Private funeral services for Josoph M. Long, *i'J. former Bakers- flold resident who died Sunday at San Luis OhUpo, woro conducted there yesterday afternoon and the i re ma Ins wore sent to San Francisco for cremation. Previous to moving* ! to San Luis Oblspo two years ago, , Mr. i*ongr bad boon a harbor In Bttk- ersfleld for Ifi years. He in survived , hy u widow. Mrs. Anna H, LongT, of ! Oooano; i wo sons, William M., of OP*MUUV and Harry 10. Long, of Bnkersflold. and throe grandchil- , dren. BOXKK AKKK8TKD KUKMLKV. Calif.. Hvpl. 8. (U- P.) ^ftvy^'^^B Wir«) at Payne & Hon MiorfiliiK fit 10 Reverend A. H. G. O.P. Committee Election Still Remains Undecided tlon In any ^InsiiifliMttion. The flrnt roqulHltr- IH iniblk* liability and prop, erty dumuge Inwurancr, Thin and oth'-r pruvlfdotiH of tin 1 act are In- tendfd to proton tho puhllc. Wtiltrr !•:. Poirrnon of tho IS*- chiintfo Cluh and Glenn Htanflold of the Klwanln Cluh pronldcd Jointly meeting. M EMBERS of the Board of Supervisor* today uought legal advice from the district attorney as to whom they should declare elected as central commltteemen. Many in* stances of "write in" votes, and confusion aja to Initials of candidates have resulted in this confusion which the board has asked the district attorney to clarity. In the meantime the Democratic Central committee was preparing to meet today at the courthouse to elect a chairman. The Republican meeting wan "till in abeyance. High men for ihe Republican Central oommitleo, according to the tab- ulatlon contained in the minutes of tho Board o/Hupervlftom* were as I 4* we; J. H. McMHl*n. 800; L. K. Pryor, 748 and J. E. VlUurd. 584. For the second district the high men were: GeorK^ Buchner, 6*9; J. B. Dowd, 680; Robert M. Jon&«, 626; j George Oalyen, 32; Fred Creu*e, 7 I and John H. Jone«. ft. There were ' a number of "scattering:*' single vote* in this dietrict. High men in the third dUtrict were: Charlea A~ Hare, Bfifi; W. J. Kamtnuki, 670: Calvin Conron, 92; Oran Palmer, 88 and Jo*h Clarke. 96. For the fourth dUlrlct: Charle* Differing, S; Fred Khtarn. 6; Charles THplett, 4; Arthur Brink, flj; Nick Kltchak, 64; H- JJ. Bell. 4&£ lUrmond Grey, 13; William A4kl*«on, 2« and Howard Bell, 24, a, it Donwy, 102S; 7ti: UV J. Crewm. J. bvft 101; Hoy Carole. '. t. a. D. Sought in This City Dakersflvld pollco are In of u communication from &ew Jersey 8tnte l j ollct* asking concerning the* whereabouts of Irnm Duoms Verstappon, sinter uf Arrrutnd Vers» tapperi, formerly u resident of Bak* ersfield. Anyone having any Information on to either of the Vent- tappens iti oskod to notify pullcc headquarters. A sum of money, accrued through a benefit association, is being held for Miss Vemuppen. HELD FOB THKFT Arre»te4 by Motbrcydo Officer.Kd Walls on suspicion of grand theft, Kuasell Quick, 80, wui» returned last night to Htocltton, where ho will face trial on a charge of stealing un au* tomobUe. Th« mail waa picked up at tho carnival showing here. i Attot-ialfd Prft* HKRKKI.KY, H*>pt S Walnut in du«iry loadon* from California. Oregon and Washington met hen 1 today to c.nnMder propound am«*ndnn>nt« to lh« AAA marketing aKrw»m«'ni and order for handler* ol whlnutH grown ; in tho ihreo ntatn*. Thi« am*»ndm«»ntH \v*»r»? propomxl by i th»- walnut HKr^«Mneni control board | following conferences with induntry I groups and tho agricultural adjust ' meni adrnlnistrHtlon. They were d*»- 1 Blgned to modify the marketing • aKr'M'ment prugrrim in the light of i operating exiM'rlenon. One provlnlon would eatftblUh a ' saleable i>orcentage of 76 per cent of the walnut crop for tho year beginning Ki'ptemiwr 1, 1936, and ending Augunt 31, 1937. Thin would make the surplus percentage 26. At present 'th« mileable percentage U 70 per cent and the nurplun 30 p*?r cent. uas arrested here today for g and driving without an operator's lit-** n no. Comedian Appeals Income Tax Charge l*rv*i Leated Wire) WASHINGTON, ..Sept. 8.-~An Income deficiency of 1264.307 waa appealed today to the board of tux j appeal* by Ed Wynn, the comedian, t The ireaaury charged Wynn with ; a deficiency of f »».S&5 for 1932 and l $164,462 for'1933 on incoroo he nv I. celved from radio, smgo and motion; picture production* ALE LESS LESA Reduced IGN DES MA FRO CHOOE ELM BAKER EIGHT Phone L L I - h - ' 1 - .1 , 'L ' I * . . 'l rf.< .• -. ,*1 . I, *' 1 7 -t, , t * L- -| J -. -^- '_•*• - * -1 I ...I • i ttf .. , . 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