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Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, September 10, 1936
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I f I ,-, '.'•-'- - '. '< h - r =. - t 7 LL> I t . i I r -.-• - c * L L , L h P- -I' I'. I . - .1- .4*. . ' * - I ' I I I I- r - 1 'J This section contains -news, world editorials thrilling seH general interest sports, news .* , , n ' I.'.!'! Ctasstfied Advertising columns of The Bakersfield Cftllfomlari close promptly at 11 • every morning. Phone 31 ^H ^ • ^» ^^^ •» ^ 'dock ^•' -*.< :!•' h ' ' 1 LOCAfc SECTION BAKERSPIELD, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1938 PAGES • 13 • TO" 24 .' • . i -1 . .- -. -• SLASH M Levy of : $1.20 Declared Smallest Set Since 1921-22 Period 35 CENTS ON BONDS Community Votes Money for Entering Float in Local Parade (Special tn The rpLANO, Sept. 10. — A 1036 tax rate of $1.20. the lowest since 1921-22, was set by the Delano City r Council at this week's meeting. The rate is* divided into 86 cents per £100 ^general fund and 36 cents bond redemption. ' L * Factors contributing to the tax reduction were increased revenues from other sources, such as the state gasoline tax, plus tho law passed by the last Legislature requiring that water bonds be retired from water revenues. As illustrative of tlie gain in revenue from sources ot'her than city taxation, the council cited the following figures: 1933-34. $6200; 1934-30, $9029; 1936-36, arreate V. Grayso pector COLOR R mm m Six Famous Outfits Will Appear on October 3 for Frontier Days PLAN MANY FLOATS Old-Time Stage Coaches, Other Pioneer Relics Will Be Entered Registration of Pupils for Local High School Begins . F. W. WILL SEND 11 TO CONVENTION Kern Posts and Auxiliaries ' Franlc Hoppes, president of the chamber of commerce, asked for a oily contribution toward a float ,for tho Bakersfiold Frontier Days parade, October 4, ami $25 was voted from tho advertising fund. . r . .The council took under advisement two other requests by Mr. Hoppea, that the city care for trees on vacant property of nonresident owners and that the council contribute toward modernizing: tho highway sign between Tenth and Eleventh avenues. Building permits were issued to 1*. K ITiala, McFarland, for a $2500 home; to M. E. Benton for a $2500 home; and to M. Yano for remodeling a garage at cost of $500. Progressive Club Director Is Named Walter .T. Kaminskl last night was named a director of the East Bakersfield Progressive Club, filling the vacancy left by resignation of Joe Lovvorn, who has moved to Lindsay. ^ Tho board voted commendation of John Compton, playground director, and tho city recreation commission | for the excellent recreation program conducted during tho past summer, plans for the kangaroo court to be *he1d In connection with tho Frontier Days celebration camo In for considerable discussion. Attending the board meeting last night wore Paul Newell, president of tho club; Albert Wilbur, Gus Vor- cammcn, Claudo Morelock* Kd Nor- rls, 13. T. Benedict, H. J. bewy, Al Heltzman, Joo Stelncr, Ijloyd Snider, C. V. Bens, D. M. Mills and Dr. W. C, Vllas, whllo Mr. Compton waa a guest of the group. Dr. A. Polyzpides Visits in This City ^•^^M4^0M4lblP^H^MllMHBtf * ' n Dr. AdamantloB Th. Polyzoldes, 'managing editor of "World Affairs Interpreter" published quarterly by the Los An go let) Universjt^ of International Relations, affiliated with - tho University of Southern California, was a visitor In Bakorsfield today. Doctor Polyssoldes. who gave a series of lectures here last year, is now a lecturer and interpreter of world affairs at tho University of Southern California and Is prominent as a radio speaker. His radio talks on International problems aro broadcast from KH.I at 2:15 o'clock on Monday afternoons and at 4:15 o'clock on Fridays and from KFI at 50:15 o'clock on Wednesday evenings. to Be Represented at Denver Meeting L. G. Taggart of Bakersfield, Jun- L I lor vice-commander of the California department of vthe Veterans of Foreign Wars, will head a delegation of 31 men and women who will represent Kern county V. F. W. units and ladies' auxiliary units at the forthcoming national encampment of the V. F. \V. In "Denver, September 13 to 18. The Kern delegation will leave Friday of thiH week. Representatives of the Kern veterans. In addition to Taggart, will be Edward C. Jennings arid H. R. Riggs, of Taft, George W. McCHn- tock, of Delano, and Earl Smith and Lawrence Mars ton, of Bakersfield. Auxiliary delegatea will be Mrs. C. C. Miller and Mrs. Earl Smith, of Bakorsfleld, Mrs. Jennings and Mrs. Riggs, of Taft, and Mrs. M. J. Weycker, of Delano. Final Instructions to the Bakersfield delegates were given at the meeting of Private Harold Brown Post No. 1408 at Memorial Hall lost night. Hearing Is Set for Archuletta Joe Archuletta, charged with having attempted to crack a safe at Standard Oil Company offices here, today was arraigned before Judge Stewart Magee in Sixth township Justice Court. His preliminary bearing was set for October 2 at 10 a. m. and ho was returned to Jail in lieu of $3000 bail. Archulotta asserledly was linked to the safe job by metal filings found In his clothing. Frank Hornkohl, chemist, took tho filings from the man's clothes and after analysis, declared them to be of the same material as that used In the safe. A PTEH a Ick and doublo check of Bakersfield High School student schedules, registration began today with sophomores temporarily Iri possession of the campus. Second se- mentor freshmen also were registered, Every student's schedule has been checked against his permanent record and arranged to suit his particular need. For tho past two weeks, hundreds of students have been taken caro of, and Counselor Leo B. Hart has consulted with scores of parents and students concerning schedules. , "With tho classes equalized satisfactorily and in tho best shape In years, every thing Is In readiness fo ra new school year," Mr. Hart said. Many Transfers H. A. Splndt, principal, commenting 1 on the rush of registrations, said "Wo are getting many transfers from other parts of the Btato, and from other pcctlons of the nation. There are prospects of an Increase of more than 200 students in tho i a fi oa t high school this year. However, ' with tho completion of the new additions, there undoubtedly will be plenty of classrooms to accommodate the transfers and tho Incoming freshmen." Largo Staff Busy Tho registration, which began today, was in charge of 90 high school teachers and 14 counselors, who have tho task of satisfactorily arranging each student's schedule and making «ny necessary changes. On Friday there will bo a group of hostesses, members of tho Hostess Club, to show freshmen girls tho campus and advlso on campus procedure. Miss Jano Borden is chairman of tho group. All freshmen, including boys, will register Friday In the study hall, library building, from I to 5 o'clock; all other students from 9 to 5 o'clock Saturday. A general staff meeting of all the teachers Including the Instructors at tho Shafler and McFarland branches was held this morning, with Principal Splndt presiding. Tie outlined policies of administration and presented Miss Grace Bird, dean of tho junior college, who spoko on the purposes and alms of the junior college. X of tho finest riding groups in the state will be gathered in the Bakorsfield Frontier Days parade all at once for the first time, Lonnie Davis, chairman of the parade committee, announced today. They are Sheriff Eugene Blscailluz' mounted posse of 30 members, headed by John Pyles, former Kern man; the General Petroleum riders headed by his brother, "Red" Pyles, and comprised of 84 riders; the Gilmoro Oil Company group, 1S1 Kodeo Club of Los Angeles, and lx>s Ranchereos Vlsltadorea of Santa Barbara. Tho latter two groups will como to Bakersfield for the first time, Tho sixth group is tho Kern County Hangers. Tnft fo Enter Tho parade will be even larger than last year. Tho West Sido has contracted for an entire division, wilh Mayor 15. O. Kmmona of Taft making arrangements. Tho northern division of Kern county, comprising Shaftor. Wasco and Delano, will also havo Its own flection, as will Kornvlllo, Mojavo and Tehachapl. A group of Wasco horsemen and horsewomen havo lately been riding in preparation for the parade. The Delano city council this week voted lo assist the Delano Chamber of Commerce in preparing From tho mountain communities will come many horsemen a* well as old stage- coaches, buggies and rigs. Old Stage Coach avale ou Used orn neported If UK UGITIV PASO HILLS OF RAH GROWERS DELIVERPRODUCE Lc I Icrs Report Poin ts for Placing Crops; Some in Valley Shipping Now Union Cemetery is a NON-PROFIT CORPORATION, which means that all income goes Into the Cemetery treasury. is conducted for the benefit of the public and not for individual profit. 40% of the sales of this Cemetery goes into the Perpetual Care Fund to insure f * : Perpetual Care n \ Office of the Cemetery Telephone 2237 of to Meet Tonight I With Henry Verdelln, . national president, as guest of honor, Horn county members of tho American Institute of Banking will gather at 7:30 o'clock tonight in Kl Tejon hotel for tho annual banquet, Harry U. Smith of Ran Francisco, vice-president of the Bank of America, will also bo a upcaker. The American Institute of Bank- Ing la tho educational branch of tho American Bankers' Association. Joseph Cosgrove of Taft la president of tho local branch. Enrollment for tho coming year is expected to begin soon after tonight's banquet. Fine Entertainment Planned for Legion Negro entertainers will enliven tho meeting of Frank S. Reynolds Post No. 26, American Legion, at 8 o'clock tonight. The program was arranged by John k. Bickers In cooperation with Dave Chernls, program chairman. MUa, Geneva Blek- ers will sing, accompanied at the piano by Miss Little and on the saxophone by Mathew Knnls. A. C. Roberts will sing Negro spirituals and a "Dixie Land Trio" will «ing. fT. T. Trailer will entertain with harmonica numbers and Bobby Bell will conclude the program with fast tap* Ping, __ -lMb ^____ CALL FARM MEETING McFarland Farm Center members will meet In the grammar school on Friday, September 11. at 0:30 p. m. for."a potluck dinner It wn* an< nounced today at the Farm Bureau office. M. A. Lindsay, farm ad- Vltter, will be the principal speaker of tho evening. Musical entertainment will bo a feature of the mooting. Birthday Gift for Former Patrolman T 1 1 ' Tony Martin, formerly of the state highway patrol, who is now the operator of an oil service station at Hlverview, received what he considered the best birthday present of hla life when Mrs* Martin presented him with an infant eon. The baby was born on his father's birthday on September 7 at the San Joaquln Hospital. The mother and her young son aro reported to be doing nicely. Gertrude Willis of Stockton Is Called Gertrude Willis, 26, of Stockton, niece of -W. C. Willis of thts city, died In Stockton Wednesday morning, It was learned here today. Miss Willis woa a slater of Alva Willis, who Is well known to Bakersfield resident*; she also leaves her mother, Mrs. Ben Willis. Ml«s Willis was a frequent visitor to this city. Lawrence Weill has been successful In his quest for the oldest stage coach In Kern county, Mr. Davis announced, the lumbering vehicle being owned by R. K. Foell, Banning constable. He will drive It hem as tho Weill Department Store's entry. Tho coach will bo drawn by the only four-in-hand team of palomino horses ever to draw a stage coach. , Kern County Pomona U range Is preparing a float. Mr, Davis asks that anyone In the county owning an ancient horse vehicle enter it In the parade. Plans are also advancing under Cal Conron for tho cowgirl banquet Friday night, October 4, at which Hollywood stars are expected to bo present. Ous Vercammen, chairman of the entertainment committee, has arranged eight acts which will proceed on schedule to every section of tho city from Friday afternoon until Saturday night. Many Entertainers The entertainers include a Mexican village, Montio Al on tana of tho movie*, Tilllc and Kd, fancy roping team, and Jess Kell and his two clown mules, Ring and Shatter, an well an local talent, tho Southern .Stars, Royal Texans, Miss IxJlH Knowles, Spanish dancer, and others. Agriculture Group on Way to Davis A ccompan led by M. W. Longf el low and club leaders, 31 agricultural club bo>-8 and glrlH of Kern county left last night for tho state university farm at Davis for tbo annual 4-H Club encampment. During the trip, which Is In the nature of an award for achieve* tnenta during the year, tbo club members will bo taken on a trip to the Mtato fair and will join 4-H clubs from an section* of California on KYiday In a formal parade. Tho Kern county party will return bore on .Saturday ovpnlngt While at Davis tho boys and girls Opening of Sun-Maid receiving stations September IB for deliveries of new crop ralBlns haa been announced by Sun-Maid Raisin Grow- era of California In letters posted to Us membership and to other growers who have thun far signed Sun- Maid's 1036 annual pool contract. These letters specify delivery polntn for growers In each aeottnn of tho. valley and cover necessary details of delivery procedure, including Sun- | Maid's date delivery system. \ Announcement also was made by I the oKBoclatiun that growers who ' wish to make deliveries prior to September 15 mny do so to tho Fresno plant of Bun-Maid at any timo. Growers nmklng jtoUyerU'H to the Fresno plant will bir paid tho regularly established hauling allowance and raisin tonnage delivered will bo duo for payment nix days after September 16. To awsist - growers In making deliveries to Sun-Maid receiving stations or to the Fresno plant. Hun- Maid will, according to Its letter of announcement, make available, to both Us regular and annual pool members a sufficient number of picking boxen to take core of their needs. Announcement was also made, at tho executive offices of Bun-Maid that a committee Is now at work on grading schedules for tho new crop and that thnso grading schedules aro expected to bo ready for distribution next week. Hazel Turner, 28, Taken lo Hospital; Condition Reported Critical SAM TONE Y SOUGHT Witnesses Say Suspect Attacked Girl With Two Weapons AM TONKY, 24, dapper young Negro iiBBertedly armor! with two knlvoH and a .32 caliber revolver, today WHB nought by Bakors- flokl pollen on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon In connection with tho stabbing last night of hla former sweetheart, Hanoi Turner, 1!8, of 920 Twentieth street. Hor throat and cheat severely cut, Miss Turner In In a critical condition at Kern General Hospital. Tell of AllaoU Two eyo-wltncBHoH, according to Rakersfield police, named Tonoy an the man who attacked MIHH Turner at hor homo 1a8l evening, nlanhlng at her with a knife in either hand, then fled Into tho night Houthward aoro&M Twentieth street. BABE O13NSATIONAL developments camo thick and fast today as Sheriff ^ Kd Chnnipneas and his deputies moved to "crack" the case of Kern county's two daring West Side robberies during the past 60 days, the Tupman mall holdup of July 15 and the attempted Maricopa bank robbery of August 21. Sheriff Champness personally headed an armed POBSO that combed the hills northwest of Paso Robles and watched all roads in search of Bob 1/)ng, wanted for "questioning" In connection, with tho robberies and believed wounded when he eluded the sheriff i in a fusillade of bullets yesterday. At the county jail in Bakerstlcld. * deputy sheriffs were holding O. T. \ Wood. Long's brother-in-law, for "investigation." Abandons Car Tho sheriff chased l,oug and two oojnpanloiiH from SaltoHa to Pn»o Hobles yesterday, outuhlng up with tho car an It stopped for gun four miles north of Paso Kobles. AH the nherlff'B car cnmc Into night, bong Jumped from his machine and made a ru n for t ho -wooded count ry nearby, and tho car in which lu« hud been riding sped away. Sheriff C'hamnnortji and two deputies opened flro when bong refused to halt. The sheriff said ho believed Long won shot in one shoulder. The fugitive apparently wan unarmed, it waa reported, its ho failed to return tho gunfire. Joined by Deputies Achton J on- sen. Jar.k Parley and Tom Comer. Sheriff I'hampiu-ss. wilh tho 19-Months-Old Tot Dies as Raging Fire Hits Five Dwell ings A was Jealousy wan given as tho motive anco of 8lin bllta Ol > l8 l )0 coimly of- for tho attack, Miss Tumor assert- edly having rejected Tonoy for another man. Tonoy and the young Negress quarrolod, polloo wero Informed, nnd the man left vowing "to got even." He returned a few minutes later. a pocket knlfo in (me hund and a crooked fruit knlfo In the other, It _,__ __, t _ f was reported. Hn waa also declared! who wan not ropo'rtod Injured, how- to hnvo had a small revolver in his \ HV *r, was nuld by the lunch stand pocket. i proprietor lo hnve left hurriedly AftHailnnt IHoes flclals, took up tho Hoarch ugaln lo day. Kollow Trail Long was trailed to within a mil* of Paso HobloH, and tho Investigators subsequently found a roadside stand where a man answering Long's description hud Htop|H*d to have a lunch nrvnarcd. ThiH man laix Theater of tho Air, presented 'cry Monday aftornoon over Itadlo Station KKRK and the Columbia network next Monday will feature J^awrenco ICImblo'n flrHt clnoma original* "A II-American Chump," Htarrlng Stuart Krwin. The picture ban boon completed by M-G-M. which engaged Mr. Klmble Hovoral months ago. Tbo writer, until that lime, wo« a member of Tho Californtan editorial ataff. Tho radio production 10 scheduled for 5 p. m. Preparation of 1936 tax Matoment wan begun tbl« morning by tho of. flee of City Treasurer II. II. Hmlth following calculation of the ainounta by the city clork. The work will be increased this year by a great number of flmall aflHoNHinontH on i he Twenty-fourth Htreot paving, Mr. Smith said. Jiln off I"* will b« busy for the next two months, with tho first installment duo November 2. Two Taft school children arc rep- After slashing his Ncroaming victim iicroHH the throat and chest several times, the man fled. Hfl was dressed in brown dross trousera, black oxfords, light shirt and a brown snap-brim hat, Investigators wero informed. Police Lieutenant George Kerr, head of the patrol division, and Inspector Hobort Knight handled tho Investigation. A patrol was maintained on outbound traffic throughout the night, and police combed tho city's underworld In quest of tho young Negro. Heavily Armed Officers wore warned to expect trouble, as the object of tho man hunt Is believed to bo In a danger- OUH temper as well aa being heavily armed. Tho attack wns witnessed, officers revealed, by the Mtftnes Qulnnta Smith and Marie Solomon, both of whom were at tho Tumor homo at tbo time of the altercation. Santa Rosa Youth Wins Fair Honors (Unittd ;>rr*« Ltaned Wire) SACRA MI5NTO. Sept. }0.~Ix>x Murray, l&<y«ar*o)<l Santa Rosa High School student, wau honored today as "Mtnr California farmer." Tho Sacramento Chamber of Commerce cup awarded on tho ban IB of accomplishments In uotunl fanning and oilier activities i*« a member of Urn Kuttiro ]<*arinors of America organization wan presented Murray by Halph II. Taylor, chairman of tho agricultural coinmltloa. Tbo presentation waa one of tho highlights of today's program at tho state fair. Murray began developing a dairy L t proprietor lo have without walling for his eha«K**- J«ong IB bi'llovctl to ln» headin Tuft, bin former home, and offlcorn aro watching all rontta leading westward from I'OHU Ilobles. UnilerBherlff Uea l*ylc said no chargo has been placed againni Wood, who was arrested early today at Taft. Kern sheriff's office ban been Booking two men l»*llov«d roHponwl- bio for both tho nuitl and tho bank robberies of tho \Vost SMo. Mull Hobhery Tho mall Htago botwi^n Bakers- 1 field ami Tuft wan hold up shortly [before noon July U> by two nrint'ii I and masked bandits, both wearing 1 ^-MONTHS-OLD child burned to death and five wore completely destroyed by a fire which swept through the Cottonwood road district southeast of Bnkorsfteld this afternoon, causing proprrty damage estimated at JU301K Th<" body of Lucllo Jones, small daughter of Mrs. Thehna .lone.*?, NYlfrewi, of 1108 Walker street, was found In the smoldering ruins of the Jones lionio. charred and scarcely recoKnIambic. All of tho small homes reached by the flames were com* plotfly raxed, only tho heroic effort H of Btato division of forestry fire fighters preventing; spread of the conflagration to other homes. Five Hornet* Houses dusiroyod by the fire were those of Mrs. Jonea, damage estimated ui $800; A. William*, loss $800; Mary Moreno. IOSH $UOO: Joo Moreno, $1000. and Norval Newsom. loss $1000. Th»* fire bn>ko out In the Jones home while Mrs. Jones was at welfare department > headquarters In Uakersflvld. A widow*; sh$ hadf'left hor throe children, Joel, a^ed 5, Xor- man, 3, and Lucllo, 19 months oJd» at home. Matches Hla mod Tho two older children. Itivc«ti- gatora Maid, wore playing with mat chen and paper and apparently were reHi>onHlbl«> for Htartlngr th* fire. They were able to run out Of the blitzing house, but the youngest, asleep In a orib. burned to death before aid onuld b** whlto glovos T hey obtained u Btundaril OH Company p»y onvelopu currying chock H runnins Into HOV- ernl thousand dollar**, but nono of tho checkn havo bot-n reported cashocl. On th« afternoon of A usual 21, two armed and maakod bandits. agiiiti wearltiR white gloves, attempted to hold up tlio Maricopa branch of tho Bank of A merlca. They wore foiled by Oeorgo Kler- branch inaiuiRer. who naw Olive Growers to Meet at Lindsay ^^*^**^»«"^"^^^™^"^""^^^ • T Ollvo groM-ors of Kern, Tulare and Kings counties will g-ather tomorrow evening In Lindsay to select five repreitentatlv^H of tho trloounty district for consideration of the California prorate act as It ttfffcts olives. The Lindsay meetln K . b^intUng at them «H they drove up in their car j 8 o'clock, will bo held in the Lincoln and opened firo with a .38-caUbcr Grammar School auditorium. project at 14 when he wan loft with I cemoterv ptntol IIH the two robbers entered the front door. Tho bandits fled, one of them re portedly wounded. Jan Dirk Donker Services Are Held funeral services for Jan IMrk Donker, 43, dairyman of tho Mod mountain district near Itandsburg. who died Tuesday, were conducted at TtandMburg yesterday afternoon. Interment waa In Johannesburg Similar wessions will be held at Corning. Orovtlle. Sacramento and Fresno, a total of J5 urower-repre- Hontntlves of the state to be selected for discussion of plans and personnel for crop estimations this reason. Their program will be submitted to I ho promt o commission September 24 and 25 In Him Kranelwo. Man's Boast Leads to Murder Hearing Sept. In a 10,—A Chicago will iiihpcot all the modern ugrJcul-j ronenUHl among tho aiithurn of tural facilities* of tho'farm and will' flludy project work and receive on- tertalnmont. Arthur Puccinelli Honored Guest at Rotary Luncheon the responsibility of supporting a mother, brothers and NUtern. Work- Ing under the wupervlHlon of bin agricultural liiNtructors at Hanta Rosa High Kchool. ho IncTfittrttH) bin herd to 32 cows, 20 of which uro purebred H. Cut Shipping Rate to Drought Area ^^^^b4v^f'Av^ri^^fe^P4AA'^Mb^^^^b^B^^^^^ Announcement of the roductlo;i of rates for shipments of hay and roughage during drought periods to of the Automobile Club of | Oklahoma. KHH*HH and Nebraska, i Mr. Donker Is Hurvlved by u widow, Adrle. two sons. John and Dick, all of Hed Mountain. Dough- ty-CalhoutvO'Mean* chapel was in charge of arrangeinenlfl. Rio Bravo Group to M U»S ANOKLES. bragging win te merit poolrimm echoed today as four men went on trial, ai:«*us»ii of murdering grocer Isadorv Horllck in u holdup la»t April 21. Deputy DlKtrlot Attorney Pal Me* Cormlck (Mild th»> quartet \v;is ar» rented a« a dlrvet renult of remarks made in Chicago by Nathan Relcin that he "knew something" about a Ca 11 f o n ila slaying. npl. • IT* • i TleTCTfT TTu* prow*: InlS levelling confessed ftn<1 Implicated Leo Samp™ i won, IxniJg Kaber and Thomas Brady. on Hafoty which uro printed In thfj Hoptcnibor !MMU» of the Kafety Southern California. They aro Jack \ waw inado here today for tho Hajua Nightingale of J»lncoln Hchool, au- j K«s railway by M. A. Llndnuy. farm thor of tho only limerick chosen, and advtmr. Tommy School. Voorhee-s of Hoowovolt PRESIDENT Arthur E. Pucelnelli •t wa« given a warm send-off by Bakersfield Kotarians today at the last meeting over which he will preside. On Saturday he will leave to assume new duties as executive vice- president of the First National Bank of Reno, key unit of a faat*growlriff Nevada chain. Mr. Puccinelli, vice- president and manager of the Kant Bakersfield Bank of America branch, received the promotion after a successful banking career begun In Baker* fie Id at the age of 38. His first post wan under Ana C. Plrnon, manager of the Bakersfield Bank of America branch, who presided at today's meeting and an- only a few weeks, having succeeded lienry J. Brandt. On bchaJf of the club Attorney James Petrtnl, intimate friend of Mr. PucclnelH since his first arrival in Bakersfield, presented to him a watch. Dr. Adamantloa Th. Polyzoldes. faculty member in the University of Southern California's extension division, was the day's speaker, choosing for his subject "The Economic Aspects of tho Spanish Revolution." In an illumlnatting lecture he traced today's revolution back nearly 40 yearn to tho realization forced upon tho Spanish people by the Spanish American War of how far Spain had Attorney Alfred Siemon is attending a Joint meeting: of tho Ix>s Angeles bar association and the corn- mlliee for tho state bar on appellate roforrn at i-os Angeles today. Mr, Siemon recently formulated a plan [hay rate, to Improve the method of trying appeal cases and his suggestions have received favorable comment in national legal publications. No closing d«to had been announced ad ye I for tho reduction period, Mr. Llnd»ay naid, Tho re- ductionu became effective tho first of this month. Kor hay the reduction lu two- thirds of the commercial rates and nounced Ixsster B. Jeffries, district j fallen. From it arouo the liberal and sales manager of the Standard OH radical movement which wa« sue- Company* as the choice of the di* rector* for Mr. Ptjccincllt's successor. The latter ha4 hoadod the, club in UM spring's national election B and led to attack in July by tho conservatives. J. Bruce Payne, provident, will preside at the quarterly meeting of the Kem County Boy Scout Council, to be held at 6:30 o'clock thla eve* ning in Fox hotel, Taft. Report* on summer camping and plans for fait activities will bo made. HAHK DISCOVERY TEGUCIGALPA* Honduma, Sept. 10. (A, P,)—The discovery of a Mays, temple, said to be a great archaeological treasure, was announced to- tlay In official dispatches from tho Traveala Cortes din trie t. for roughage is 60 per cent of tho Former Kern Man Wins in Election Election of Carl D. Hammond, former Bakemfteld oil worker and law student, as county attorney of Mohave county. Ariz., la virtually UBBured. it was learned today In a telegram received from Ing ham, | ArJss.. by Attorney J. O. Heavls. Mr. j Hammond has won the Democratic nomination, there is no Republican nominee and * tho registration of elector** In tho AHronu county is 12 ty 1 Democratic. Mr. Hammond graduated from the Lincoln College of Law hero tn 1929. With vacation periods over, members of the Hio Bravo Farm Center will meet at the Hlo ttravo School this evening at 8 o'clock. It waw announced today at the Kann Bureau office. The national convention of the Farm Bureau will be hold at Pasadena starting Dei-umbcr 7 this year, It was announced. Horace Htrong, attttlslant farm ad- vtaer. will speak on farm organization at the meeting. Mrs. Mary Fanucchi Passes at Hospital Mrs. Mary Fanucehi. 7tf, a native of Lucca, Italy, and a resident of California for the past 17 years, died at a local hospital this morning. She j ts survived by a son. Angelo, with \ whom she resided in Bakersfleld. and a daughter, Rottte. of Lucca. Thu body Is at Doughly-Calhoun-O'Meara chapel. PAUL SCHMIDT/ UIKS Paul Schmidt*, of Brll, Calif., tho | father of lx?o BiuUh, uf 2309 Ki street, Bakentfleld, died at hU home j in the uouth this morning. Tho I body will bo brought to Doughty*! Cwlhoun-O'Meara chapel in Bukera- j Held for funeral a en 1 lew. j I .1- •"• f -, -\ 'f ^^^^* ^^^^^r^^^^^^^^^^^^r ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ NTS LE TH LESA LE Red reatl MANY DE CHOOSE ELM BAKBR Phone

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