The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 10, 1936 · Page 22
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 22

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Thursday, September 10, 1936
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"f''I?"',{-,( f'M.SJ «"S >V " THG DAY'S NGWS IN PICTURGS Behind the Rebel Lines in War-Torn Spain/ Now a Land of Sorrow LABOR SECRETARY RETURNS -Frances Perkins, sot-rotary of labor, returns to the United States from a European vacation. "™ Bt ——^ Thls P' cture °* ' our Moroccan troopers gives an Idea of the type of » „, , , ° f U r Wl "" crn lown of McrWtt ''.V the rebBls, the entire population was put on rations. Women and children are seen waiting In line. Their men either f^il.'^^™ 1 ?!!^!^ J^^L? 6 "; mS"? f 1 *"* 0 ^." Ia b.lll.rmnt-orj.jm. W««; ^.tH^™-^ In P^^,. perhaps awaiting execution. Mass executions have been reported on both sides. Upon seizing a town, tho %£ "Lve reported to*th" r^^S^Xrg^or t?bT Ing thrown Into the thick of battle. , . o es. rebel* examine the shoulders of the men. If they are bruised from bearing a rifle, then the man Is subject to execution. HHK MHTKNKI) TO THIS RADIO And. <IM a result, she collects ?. r )00, which amount Is shown being handed to her by Judge! tx«on Kilclman In a Chlrajfo court. It happened thin way: Mabel'Martin, unwed mother, llntrnod to the ratlin olio night and heard a public wedding brondoiiHt In which Thomas Cnvallono was the bridegroom. Mi.is Murtln. who thoiiRht Cavullnnn wno jtolnw; to marry her. swore out a warrant. The Moo wan collrctml from Cavallono's attorneys. BEAUTY AND FEHOC1TY—Ueauty and ferocity are blended In this close-up shot of a Siberian tlgor snapped In the Washington, D. C., zoo. .VRKCKA.JK iW TUUNKIl-H SI'KKI. |-KAN 1C Here I.H the wreck- ape of (ol Horn-no Turners famous i.peeil plane, which crashed floiilh of (iallup. N. M Turner, who escaped with „ couple of broken rlba wan en route to New York to ily In the Mendlx trophy race when bin plane t-riiBluM. lie returned to his home In l.os A WASHING-THIGH* SIN8 AWAY-Whit edad penitents being bapllzed In the wolers of Ihe l'otom«c river near ton, U C. The penllentw are members ,,f the -lU.use of I'rnv^ t" All People" Ulahop Charles M. Gruco u. W on conducting ceremony' caniDo Fashions of the Fashionable PRESIDENT CHATS WITH MT. RUSHMORE SCULPTOR—President Roosevelt chats with Gutzon Borglum, sculptor who is In charge of the Ml. Rushmore National Memorial In the Black Hills of South Dakota. The two busts of Jefferson and Washington can be seen In background. The president visited the memorial on his drouth tour. BLACK AND WHITE—Olivia Do Havilland, screen actress, wears this charming ensemble of black and white. The high-waisted dress has a lower section of black crepe, topped with a semi-tailored bodice, of white satin with a draped diagonal treatment. 11 AM TRAINS ITS ^ OUTH BARM* • -Boyi In knw breeches receive preliminary military tratnlnc A group Is .mi entering Camp Mussolini, outside Rome. Note the military aspect of the entrance "vUh miniature tanks projecting from the etdea of the pylon! Durance, wun PROUD OF HIS COTTON PICKER- -Mafk Rust> co-Inventor with his brother John of tho Rust cotton picking machine, proudly ex- nlbiU a basket of fleecy staple cotton plckea by the machine during a public demonstration at StonevlUe. Miss. Observers commended the performance of tho mechanical picker despite several .flaws in its actions. Central Press AMoulatlon, 198* SELASSIE'S DAUGHTER A NURSE Princess Tsahal, daughter of the deposed. Halle Selassie of Kthiopta. has entered the Hospital for Sick Children In London lo trafn to be «. nurae, ' ^

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