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(EDITORIALS This section contains editorials, latest local .news. World sports, A thrllUn* serial and news of general- interest* • • WANT ADS Classified Advertising columns of The Bakersfield Californian close promptly at 11 o'clock every morning. Phone 31, LOCJAL SECTION BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1936 PAGES 13 TO 20 MAN AN KILLED IN AUTO-TRUCK CRASH Arraignment of Crabtree Reset for Sept. 25 in Superior Court OTHER CASES HEARD Bad Check Trial Planned for Opening Sept. 25 Before Kern Judge A TTORNEY EDWARD WEST •"• asked for and obtained two weeko postponement of the plea of Jesse Woodrow Crabtree. young man charged with tho murder of Joe English, Wasco constable, who died under gunfire in a Wasco pool room on August 15. The continu- anee was granted by Superior Judge Erwln W. Owen. "The possibility exists that the defendant, may plead not guilty by reason of Insanity," Attorney West said. "We deslro two wooks In which to study the background of tho. case." Attorney Phillips Wagy Is appearing with Mr. West In defense of Crabtree. Tom Scott, district attorney commented dryly that two weeks "seemed plenty of time." Case Continued The court continued the case until September 2C for plea. Hearing of W. B. Falrbairn, accused of Issuing a check without sufficient funds to cover It, has been continued until September 25, the period Intervening to give Probation Officer C. M. Johnson time In which to Investigate the cose. Fatrbalrn Is alleged to have IBS tied a check for $20 against Vernon O. Caughron. Attorney William Howell will defend B. R. Jones, accused of Issuing a fictitious check for $5 against Gus Manilas. The trial date Is October I. Trial Date Set W. H. Tulles, accused of uttering a fictitious check to defraud Mike Suba out of $22.00 will bo tried in the Superior Court on September 25. He •will be defended by Attorney W. S. Marks. '• : . * « •> Stubbs Regaining Strength at Home SANTA MARIA, Sept. 11.—Congressman Henry B. Stubbs is now rcwtlng in his homo hero after release from a local hospital where he was treated for a minor ailment. His physician reports that ho IH recovering rapidly from his illness, but has ordered that he receive no vtbitors for at least two weeks In order that he might fully recuperate. Congressman Stubbs said today he believed this enforced rest would better prepare him for the arduous duties of the next session of Congress. "I will be completely recovered before the November election campaign gets under way," the congressman said, "and when I go back to Washington, I will be able to give tho fiamo attention to the problems of my dlstrlot I have rendered for tho past Tour years." *«» Mrs. Ella Johnson , of ThisCity Dies Mrs. Ella Elizabeth Johnson, 63, of 1428 Truxtun avenue, a native of Texas and a resident of Bakersfleld for one year, died at a local hospital yesterday afternoon. She was tho •wlfo of J. II. Johnson and leaves, In addition to her husband, two sons, Jesse and R. C. Johnson, both of Bakersfleld, and four sisters and flvo brothers, all residing in the east. Funeral services for Mrs. Johnson will bo conducted at Hopson chapel Saturday morning at 11 o'clock, with the Reverend Mr. Douglas officiating and with Richard Skinner as vocal* soloist. Interment will be in Qreenlawn Memorial Park. Union Cemetery is a NON-PROFIT CORPORATION, which means that all Income goes Into the Cemetery treasury. ». It is conducted for the benefit of tho public and not for Individual profit. I 40% of. the sales of this Cemetery goes Into the Peiv petual Care Fund to Insure Perpetual Care Of (he tit the Cetnettrg Telephone 2237 New Developments Expected in Probe of Two Kern Robberies OCHEDULED arrival of Sheriff O Ed Champness this afternoon , from Paso Robles, where search still Is In progress for Bob Long, wanted as a suspect In connection with the Tupman mall robbery and the attempted Marl- copa bank holdup, Is expected to throw additional light on recent sensational developments In the Investigation, Pursued by bullets from the sheriff's revolver, Long fled Into the wooded country near Paso Robles on foot Wednesday evening, following a chasa from Salinas to a point 4 miles north of Paso Robles. O. T, Wood of Taft, brother-ln. law of the hunted man, Is still In custody at the county Jail. Undersherlff Rea Pyle said he was not fully Informed as to angles of the oase developed by Sheriff Champness at Salinas, but that he believed Investigators are now "on the right track." Plan Minimum School Days Until Warm Weather Ends SCOUTS TO HAVE FIELDJPUTIVE New Official to Be Hired to Serve in North District of Kern County Instructions to engage a Boy Scout field executive to give service in tho north district of the county and to launch an Immediate program of Cub Scouting In the Bakersfleld district were givon Executive AV. W. Merrall by the Kern county council directors at their quarterly meeting last night In, Fox hotel, Taft. Tho new man will serve Delano, Wasco, Shatter and McFarland Boy Scouts. The Cubbing program to be launched in Bakersfield is for younger boys fl to 12 years of ago who form Cub packs, graduating in three years to the Boy Scout organization. Tho vote by the council directors represents a further slop toward the aim of the national organization to provide the character training of scouting for boys from 9 to 21 years of ago. The program for older boys has already been begun In Kern county with Sea Scout ships and Rover Scout troops. West Side Leader Gordon N. Arlett, West Side field executive, will continue to servo tho Boy Scouts from Lebec to Ix>st Hills as well OB all council activities. Claude M. Johnson was appointed chairman of a committee to arrange for Kern participation In the 1937 national jamboreo at Washington, D. C., other commltteemen being R. C. Patterson of Taft, Sheriff 13d Champness, W. S. Allen of Delano and Forrest Cassady of Bakersfield. I<awrcnco Well), council treasurer, reported a substantial bank balance. Mr. Allen and Max Shaffrath reported north district and Bakersrield activities. The date for the annual meeting, to be hold In the BakerBflold Elks Club, was set for January 20. Fresno Meeting Mr. Merrall announced that one of four meetings annually held for Scoutors of Region 12, comprising the four southwestern states of Arizona, Nevada, Utah and California, will bo held at Fresno October B, the first such meeting for San Joaquln valley. Dr. Oeorgo J. Fisher, deputy chief Scout executive from New York, will be tho speaker, and all Kern Scouters are welcome. «. • » Radium Theme of Luncheon Speaker The history of radium and Its use in treatment of cancer wan din- cussed by Dr. J. A. Inman. Bakors- field physician and cancer specialist, at the Bakersfleld 20-30 Club luncheon mooting today. Although exproHBlng tho belief that radium offers tho bent known cure for cancer, the doctor said ho believed it "fortunate" that the recent discovery of new deposits of radium-bearing ore In Canada would not materially lower tho prlco from tho existing quotation of approximately $20.000 per gram. Iladlum. though effective In tho hands of an expert, is extremely dangerous In tho hundtt of a "quack" and might bo introduced Into patent medicines with disastrous results should It become cheaper. +-+-+ Stolen Automobile, Shotguns Recovered A 1934 Plymouth automobile belonging to Isaac Hemphlll, Box 728, Wilmington, stolen from a Bakersfield street the night of September 6, was recovered by Police Lieutenant C. O. Durant near the intersection of Twentieth and L streets. The unusual feature of the recovery was that three shotguns left by the owner In the back seat of the automobile, were still there, entirely unharmed. •i "»» » McParland Rancher Passes at Hospital OJcn Horn, 87, well known McFar* land rancher, died at a local hoapital taut night following a brief 411ne*». lie hod resided In the HcFarland district fur the pa*t 10 year*, and { » survived by A wWow, two daughter*, twowpnn und six. brpthm-« And sis- aa well aa tola parent* I N T11E event that hot weather continues the opening week of school, beginning September 14, L, 13. Chenowelh, city superintendent of schools, wna authorized to hold minimum school days at tho meeting of the city school board held last night. If tho plan is carried out, classes will begin at 8 o'clock and continue until 12:30. Whether or not Old Man Weather persists in keeping tho temperature up, Bakersfleld's younger fry will "get a break" anyway on Friday, September 18. when a minimum day of school is scheduled because the Cole> Brothers-Clyde Beatty circus is coming to town. Presents Schedules City Superintendent Chenowoth presented plans for the opening of schools with complete schedules of all professional meetings, schedule of visits for all supervisors and directors, tho health program, visual education program and other activities. His work of organization waa praised by thu board. Three new teachers were elected to fill lant-mlnuto vacancies. The now Instructors Include Mrs. Elizabeth Rltchey Austin, as a part-time nurso inspector. 8ho Is a graduate of tho University of Southern California, holding a bachelor of arts degree, a graduate of tho Methodist Hospital of Southern California hold- Ing a public health certificate and Is a registered nurse. Tho other now Instructors wero Miss Marvlne Edna Jones of Delano, a graduate of the Hanta Barbara State Teachers' College with post graduate work at U. S. C.; and Bernard. Charles O'Reilly, a graduate of the Santa Barbara Stato Teachers' College with a special junior high teaching certificate. I'uplI Assignments A group of residents of tho Longfellow Hchool district appeared bo- fore the board and asked that no change be made In the assignment of now pupils to their district. Tho request was granted by tho board. The group appearing before tho board included M. Maler, Roy Klncald and Mr. and Mrs. L,. B. Fllnn. It was also decided to petition again for stop signs on the state highway near P or Q street to glvo school children protection. A list of substitute teachers was approved by the board upon the recommendation of the superintendent who was authorized to place a substitute for Mrs. Helen Wadsworth, who has suffered a second Injury to her knee. Hho was originally hurt In a fall a year ago at tho Lowell school. Reports Conclave Mrs. Florence Porter reported on a convention of California school trustees held In Ventura where she appeared on the program. The resignation of Mrs. Edwlna Allon Boone who has been on leavo of absenco for two years was accepted. Mrs. Boone Is making her homo In Persia with Mr. Boone. A leave of absence for ono year was granted to Mrs. Harriet Waters Mason. The resignation of Mrs. Lenoro I). El wood, nurso ItiDpector, was also received. Tho matter of selecting a part- timo school physician was laid over for consideration at a special meeting. James II. Parker, business manager of the district, reported upon tho progress of building going on In tho district and said that tho Long- j fellow classrooms constructed this summer will be ready for occupancy at tbo beginning of tho team. W. L. Carter was hired as a plumber for the district and several other recommendations for employment of helpers were approved. • •« i » Three Burglaries Reported in City Three Bakersfield house burglaries, In which money and a watch amounting in total value to more than 1100 were reported stolen, today were being Investigated by police. Using an ice pick to unlock the front screen door, a burglar entered the home of W. H. Copeland, 803 P street, while the family was asleep, took money and a wrist watch from Mrs. Copeland'a purse and a small amount of .money from Mr. Copeland's trousers pockets. Total loss was placed at $77. Mrs. T. Coates, 7is»£ Summer street, reported theft of f SO in currency by a burglar Who entered her home through an unlocked rear screen door, Mrs. Nellie Broomo, MOS Eighth street, said she hoard a burglar In her house at 8:30 a. in. Sh,e sereamsd for help and the man fled, apparently without taking anything. OF FAl M Baby Burned to Death as Mother Asks Warrant to Arrest Father SISTERS SET FLAME Report Children Playing With Matches Ignited Kern Dwelling Blaze Threatens Sanitary Bakery; Quickly Quenched r»A80LINE fire which momen- "tarlly threatened the Sanitary Golden Crust Bakery's plant at 1612 M street last evening was extinguished by city fire fighters before any appreciable damage resulted. The fire was caused, fire department officials said, by a match or cigarette tossed onto the floor where gasoline had leaked from the tank of a delivery truck. OIL SPRAYS HIGHWAY AND CRUSHED CAR ON BOULEVARD TO NORTH Vcrdelill Declares i A YOUNG man and a boy were Instantly killed early today when the DisCOUraglng Era Is ' ."- lfh t. coupc '!? whether ware riding telescoped Into a lank truck Now Pas! Issue ATVT»I?Mr» Al 1 J&fNU Inquiry was scheduled today Into the death of Luclle Jones, 19-months-old baby daughter of Mrs. Thelma Jones, Negress, of 1108 Walker street, burned to death In the fire which lato yesterday razed five homes In tho Cottonwood Road district with losses estimated at $4500. Ironically, the flro which cost tho life of one of her three small children and destroyed all her worldly possessions came while Mrs. Jones wns at the district attorney's office In Bak- orsfleld, swearing out a warrant for the arrest of her husband, Lewis Cook Jones, on a charge of failure to provide for his minor children. Playing With Fire Baby Lucille was asleep while her two sisters, Joel. B, and Norma, 8, left to their own resources, played with paper and matches, Investlgat- ors reported. As tho tiny flame suddenly flared Into a roaring blaze, the two elUer children ran to safety. Mo- fore their screams could attract attention to tho predicament of the Infant alone In the burning house, the entire structure was ablaze. Tho severely charred body was found by deputy sheriffs nnd state division of forestry firemen after the home had been reduced to a smoldering ruin. Tho remains are at Hopson 'mortuary. Five Homes Burn Spreading Hko wildfire through the wooden frame structures along Walker and Clifford streets, tho flames consumed flvo houses In entirety before brought under control by chemicals of tho forestry men. Homes destroyed, and the estimated IOSH In each instance, were those of Mrs. Jones. $800; A. Will- lams. $800; Mary Moreno, 1900; Joo Moreno, $1000, and Norval Newsom, $1000. Name Kern Youth for School Honor Rodney Stetson, Bakersfield youth, 2228 Nineteenth strnet, registerf-d as a senior at Holnt Mary's Collngc. has assumed tho duties of president of tho campus medical club, accord- Ing to dispatches received from tho Moraga institution. Stetson, In his three-year sojourn at Saint Mary's has been connlHt- ontly an honor student and a vital factor in campus extra-curricular activities. Ho has engaged In debat- Ing,' has had responsible -positions In tho board of athletic control, nun been president • of tho sophomore class, and is a member In excellent standing of tho, Al'OU, tho campus highest honor society. In his new role as head of this medical group, Bletson lias outlined a vigorous program. After consulting with his club moderator, Dr. A. 8. Campbell, tho Bakersfleld Htudent announced plans for visits to various bay region medical centers and Institutions. ^ PERMANENT PLAN OF RELIEF L | and trailer on Golden State highway, 11 miles north of Bakersfleld. | occupants of the passenger car being crushed to death as the heavily I loaded tanker rolled on despite the force of impact, carrying backward ; the wreckage of the smaller machine. Dead are William Buford Fulfer, j 25, of BakcrsflpJd, and Jackie Benson, 7, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Benson. ' of the Standard Oil Company tank*' Annual Banquet of Kern fa ™ neftr r, , T «•• i r» T ' lc man Hm ' k°- v v 'ero returning Dank InStUltlC VtrOUp | m 3 a. m. from a visit to Fulfer'8 ' relatives In Shatter when tho ac- Is Fine Success IL.H events of the last fow years havo been "discouraging" to tho banking buslnosn, tho turn has como and tho future Is brighter, , | Honry Vcrdelin of Minneapolis, Supervisors Association and president of tho American Institute of Hanking, told 100 Korn members of tho BakcrBfleld chapter at their annual banquet In El Tejon hotel last night. Ho urged thorn to continue their studies that they may assist In tbo advancement of banking's standing. S. F. Speaker Joseph Cosgrovo of Tnft. president of tho Bakersflold chapter, presided. Introducing also Harry U. Smith of San Prancluco. a member of tho national executive council of tho American Institute of Banking, who In a brief Inspirations! address urgi»d tho members to persevere In their work. A. C. Dlmon, vice-president and manager of thu Bakersfleld branch, Bunk of America, snld that after four years In which there was llttlo Other Agencies Confer at Joint Session A. movement to throw overboard all emergency unemployment relief programs and substitute a ' broad, permanent relief organization was launched In Sacramento today at a meeting sponsored by tho California Supervisors' Association. Supervisor Stanley Abel of Kern Is secretary of the state association, and William C. McCowan of Bakersfleld Is chairman of tho Economic Council of Southern California, one of the organizations represented. Others Active Other groups taking "part In tho meeting were tho State Chambor of Commerce, tho California Farm Bureau Federation and tho California Taxpayers' Association. They agreed j cident occurred. Tho vehicles met In bond-on col- Union, according to officers of the California Highway V'ntrol. coni- pltttoly wrecking the coupo ami buckling tho tank truck. Danger of Fire Crudo oil guahod from tho spring sides of tho tanker, covering tho wreckage and highway with a highly Inflammable film and adding the throat of conflagration to tho terror of thn accident. Monty IX llnrtllne, 40, 311 Northwest Third street, Vlmilln. driver of the truck, escaped with minor The bodies of Fnlfor and ; James Wagy Sued as Result of Cuttle Theft Charge Against R. Zangl Alleging Stnto Senator .lames I. Wagy caused hl« arrest on a cattle rustling charge on which ho was ac quitted after a jury trial, Robert /angl linn filed suit here asking tho lionsnn boy wore brought to' $103,000 damages ngnlnst the promt- Payne A Son elm pel In Bukorsflold. Inent Kern rancher and state official Fulfer, a native of Texas, wan a i In a socoml civil action Robert and driver for tho It. I,. Wlston Truck j Jnnephmo Xnngl are suing Senator Company hero and resided at tho I Wagy and others to quiet title to Standard Oil tank fnrm. i, xrB ,, „„>„«. of land In this county. J^nVPs Family ' Both Senator Wngy and Mr. Zangl Ho IN survived by his parents. Mr. i are cattlemen, and Mrs. J. W. l£ulfer, at whose j Shafter homo ho wan visiting Jnut ' prior to tho cri»nh, a brother, John i Fulfer. of Dakomfleld, and three sin- ; opportunity for promotion, condl- tors, Mrs. Jack Raiziul'f nnd Mlawes lions havo bettered and thorn arc | Lorraine and Betty Jean Fulfer. nil now responsibilities awaiting c.m- \ of Shaft«r. ployes who have prepared them-! Ttu> BIMIHOII boy leaven, in uddl-• In hlH opinion tho future of I tlon to bin parents, two winters, June : bunking Is a bright one, ho H«ld. I and Norma, itnd a brother, F.ilward strcxnlng the vnlu.i of tho A. I. H , all of Halioi-Hfleld. | courses In fitting bunk employes for j Funeral iimmgoments are being' to co-operato In a program to bo presented to the 1937 state Legislature. Representatives wero agreed, ao-1 advancement cording to a United Press dlnpatch, ! School* to Assist i f»r »'i lni|u<-Ki by rot-oner N. that financing of such an uncmploy. | Robert Young. nakornHeld Junior'' "ouzo. In his complaint seeking dam- BKO» fur nrrpst on the cattle theft allocution, Mr. ZnitKl asserts he WHS deprived of his liberty for a period of 90 days anil that his counsel foes were SI'iOfl. He was acquitted of the chnrcc after a Jury trial on January 35, 1936. In the second civil complaint Rob ert Znngl and Josephine Zangl ar« xulng Senator Wagy. C. W. Wagy ment relief organization shpvild bo proportionate between the federal, state and countn,,HOvornments jon ,a basis comparable to present financing of tho ntuto'8 old age security act. California's old ago pension plan at present provides a minimum monthly allowance of $3D. of which $1C IH paid by the federal government and $10 each by tho stato and county. Orfobor Meeting While Bomo deviation from this would be acceptable, (ho program would work bent under somewhat similar arrangement, dulogutoH wild. C. 15. Groer of San Hernardlno, vice- president of the mipervlHorn' College faculty member, promised ^..,,^1,0 niwuiij iiiviniM-i, jiriJiuiHcn VICTIM m.' Tlf tiwts- tha continued co-operation of th« i ^,, .„,, «i'VJi"«! « schools. ,3?ho American Institute of t B * »»-'^'-'>.''"»o tlon and chairman of tin- meeting, listed tho multiple problems connected with tho proposed program and appointed subcommittees to study details of financing nnd constitutionality. Thene groups will report at a Sacramento mealing October 18. M. W, Skelton, director of tho 8UA and head of the Korn county welfare department, said today that tho association of California executives of public welfare will mnet. In Monterey October It for tint samo purpose of discussing tho relief organization of tho ntalo. C.D. Ball Honored, Farewell Banquet More than 100 einployun of tho pipe Jlno department of tho Standard Oil Company attended it farewell banquet at Stockdale Country Club Thursday evening to murk tho traim- fer of C. D. Bull, who goes to tho bay urea as Nupi.'rtntend«nt of San Pablo tank farm. Succeeding him at Bakersfleld will bo F. A. Johnson of San Pablo und L. T. Kennedy of Kc((Ionian dlvlnloii. Mr. Hall has boon In the San Jon- quln valley for 16 years. Ho played . a prominent part In tho construction ! of the now $0,000,000 pipe lln'o to! the coast, opened last year, at which I time he was appointed maintenance' engineer for the line. A-fter-dlnner speakero were Joseph Kelly, E. T. McMahon, II. K. Lundeen and John McCormick. with C. E. Sherltz as toastmaster. J. J. Wilt, general superintendent. San Joaquln valley fields, made an Inspiring talk while presenting Mr. Ball with a handsome wrist watch given him by those present. Mr. Ball's remarks of appreciation were a fitting tribute to tho men, without whom, he said, his tasks would have been Infinitely greater. The sincerity of all the speakers, extolling Mr. Ball's sterling qualities both as an'official and a fellow em- ploye, featured the meeting. The committee on arrangements was headed by E. W. King and the banquet was served In fine style by Hoy Wallace. «»» TOMATO CANNING HTAHT8 IlEBEDA, 8opt 11. {A. 4 P.)--Can- nlng of tomatoes from 9000 acres Jn San Fernando valley waa under way" today, wttfr (growers receiving a mt«- Jraum contract price of $16 a ton., Bradshaw Club Is Formed by Group A group of women met In • tho home of Mrs. Lota H. Cliinln, 2110 Seventeenth street, Wednesday afternoon- and organized a club known as "Group Two— Bradshuw for Judge." Mrs. Clanln was elected chairman and Mrs. 7,. V. Hosklna acted us sue- rotary pro torn. The board of directors elected aro Mrs. Boulah A. Wadmari, Mrs. JUIIICH Hrunas, Mrs. Donald Stewart, Mrs. Nell MaOeo and Mrs. Ituth Burton. It wns voted to organize groups throughout the county. Kvfresh- mituts were served ut the cli» H o of tho mooting. The group will moot again lato In Keptctnher. - •* « » Lemke Arrives in L.A.fOAddress Banking, education branch of the American Bankers' Association, conducts Its classes In Bakersflcld by two night school sessions a week, with H. A. Bplndt. principal, and Mr. Young In charge lunt year. Courses for this year an nn- iioimcrd by Mr. CoNxrovn will be economics for advanced students and banlilnR organization and operation for the beginning group. Titfl member*, ^ho hnvo been coming to Itnkvrsfleld, hope lo form « West Sldo class this year. "No depression In the past has pvor been defeated except by Industry, hard work nnd the deslro to pay off obligations," Mr. Vcrdelln, tho evening's speaker, told tho group. Jt la nccosury lo study constantly to moot now problems, ho said, and declared tho 38 years of A. 1. 11. suc- re«« h«v<> been duo to constantly revised curricula to anticipate future conditions. Federal Credit Speaking of federal credit agenrlns established during tho depression, ho assorted that tho time ban como when they should bo retired. Of do posit Insurance ho said: "The best safeguard is In having banks managed by trained and experienced people." Tho sustained Improvement which has been shown by nearly all Indices of business activity, according to Mr. Vcrdelin, appears to give amplo assurance that tho low point In tho protracted liquidation period has been reached. "Hold corporations and Individuals have done much (« place I heir economic hoimes In order," hi) s»lil, "mill It w>ems justified lo' view (hn future as H whole with a higher ilegrvo of optimism." Clung ndvnmrs In Induxtr) and agriculture), he sulil: "In tho "field of bunking, while earnings continue at a low point, '.delayed pending completion of plaint | nnd othent to quiet'till* to land in »ect|ntiH f> ruiil 7 of U-13; sections I and II In II 14; Hectiou S3 in 1IMX: section 4 In 11-13: Noctlon S In 11-13: neciluii U In 11-14 and othor parcels. The pluluttff In. both actions is , represented by Attorney Gordon M. i Hale, according to the complaints I now on file horo and yet to be set for trial In the Superior Court. Coroner N'. C. Ilouze planned to hold an Intiuest this afternoon Into the death of Karl K. Bartlett, •<", of 617 Manhattan Place, Los An- golcs, who died yesterday afternoon of Injuries received when tho automobile In which ho WBH riding with his wife wns Involved In a colllMlon with a motor stage north of Bak- orsflolil on ('.olden Stato highway Sunday. Following the ImiUCHt «t Payne & Son chnpp), the body will b*> scrit to White's Funeral Parlors ut Azusu, Calif., for funeral services. Mr*. Gems to Be Topic of Mineral Group Mrs. C.ertrudo Mc.Mullen of tho •Southwest <}«m Company of Lou Anuolos will addi-oss members of the Kern County Mineral Society on the pital from Injuries received In the i full mooting at 8 o'clock next Mon- saino accident. j Ony n , Bht „, lhp ,,,„„ sch(X) , ^^ «~» ; | JM J|,J|, )B] A |j interested persons are j Invited to attend meetings of the j society. i The Kern county society will be ' ho«t to tho annual convention In j January of the state federation of ! mineral soc.Ietlt>«. at which several | hundred dflcgatos tire expected, and 1 discussion of plans will be a feu i turo of Monday's meeting. ~ „ Paul A'nndorKlko, vice-principal Police are _In receipt of inquiries j or th( , i.tgh school. I* president of tho society. Ijonlio Clark, vice-president, Wiley O'UuInn, secretary, anil City Personals * •* * * * + Bits of News concerning tho whereabouts of Bti- ford Taylor, reported mlnslng en routo to Tehachttpl by his mother. Karl' J. Miner, curator. Mrs. Bcsslo Taylor, 3225 Wont Fort.V- Owner of Garage Claimed by Death duo to a lack of to the low yields loans and offered by tbo j high-grade mrurltlfii In which bitnkti! VH "*>>'- art> l*>lng hiirvonti',1 In Tc| Invest, every conceivable test shown j bachiipl, HodflNb, Ihubvllu und \Vel- j that liunkH generally uro In sounder i condition j years." third street, and J. H. Douglas,; sought by his wife. Mrs. Gladys' Douglas of Tuttlo. Okla., and believed lo have resided recently In BukiTBfiold. Jainos Iloospvell, son of the Prfsl- ,„ . .. „, dmit. will Npt-ak over KIOHN and a Klzl " M Tlnney. -IS. saoo garage national Columbia network at 12:30 an<l »ervlc* Htution proprietor, died o'clock tomorrow from Mason City,, nt a ltK ' nl hospital yesterday after- Iowa, under nusplcrs of thu IX'tno-' noon following a short Illness. He cratlc national committee. At 6:30 , was a native, of Arkansas, had been o'clock tomorrow afternoon Oenerul • <l resident of Bakersft«ld »tx years Hugh K. Johnson will also speak'and l ' r California "3 years. He Is from a Democratic rally In Buffalo, ', survived by a widow, Mrs, Kunetti* New York. Tlnnoy; a daughter. Kunlttla, and a .. , . nephew, John, all of Suco. hood and commercial potatoes are i Funeral service* will be conducted now being dug from approximately j Ul p M yno & Son chapel Haturdav F« ««i« , " 1>U " ,', "^ BuforJ ! afternoon at 1 o'clo,-k. with tho Itev- Fox. HfWfMnnt ugrlculluriti commis- • Hloner, wild todnr:—Them; imtaiot'a,] I»t<ir In maturing than thoiio uf tbo I Mr. IjUindcllff officiating, and Interment wll be in Grecnlawn Memorial Park. than for a good ninny -»• Oscar Staemtfli Dies atjlospital The body of Oscar W. Ktaemtfll. 60, former employe at the Grapevine restaurant, who died at u local hospital yt-slttrduy. In losing «ont to the T he North Dakotu representative j Donncy-Watson funeml parlors In planned to Invade San Francisco and Scuttle. Wash., for funeral services. ro«» l.ratrd iflrn/ I/>S ANGELES. Bept. ll.--.Con. greHHtnan William lx?mko arrived by sir liner In >-Los Angeles today to make a presidential carnpalgii od- dresfl tonight under the auspices of the National Union for Social Justice. the Pacific northwest before returning to Chicago to Join his Union party running mate, Thomas C. O'Brien, Boston attorney. Release Trio After Turned Death Quiz Qlen Howard, Alfred Fleming and Zeno Williams, Negroes held for investigation following tho death of Miss Ixniise Turner. 24, a' Negress who was killed when sho owtertedly juinped from * car driven by Howard Supdjy marginY, m&rtW was n* leased from Kern qtWta'-#11. Their release was ordered, yrfter. the coroner's inquest rwulttd in a verdict of Accidental -OBI Mr. Htaerntfll was a native of San Francisco and Is survived by a slater, MIsa Altc« StoemUll of Seattle. Flick- Inger-Dlgier chapel was In charge of arrangements. DRIVER, BEWARE! B OTH SatitrtUy and Sunday tho highways will be crowded With motorists. Op your part; drive thouflhtfvlly, aanaly; at- aj»t In kesplny Death's Record In Monday's Callfornlan to a minimum. , , F. J. CodfllnRton, dlroctor of tho! Italiino Farm <>nl<»r. uniiounceH a meeting for Monday ••veiling, Sop. j tmnber 14, at bis home, at 7 o'clock. T. M. Martin. secn>u»,ry of the Farm Bureau, and l{. T. Strong. nn»lslunt I farm advisor, will b<> among tho! • peakors. Mr*. Matco Smith Irft recently for ! Walla Walla, Wash., accompanying ', her mother, Mrs. T. L. Khlnall, who j is III, and Mr. Shtnall. In tho group i also was Mrs. Ueorgo Crease, Mrs. ! Shltmll's nurse. j One of the largest electrical con- i trading permits of the year was is-; sued yesterday to n. M. Robinson for j the wiring of the remodeled high I school gymnasium. The permit is for a J3000 Job. j A small grass fire sent Bakersfield i fire department's equipment roaring! out Eighteenth street at ::15 o'clock i this afternoon. The flames caused j no property damage, It was re- j ported. • | HUN ON HOSPITALS ! FORT WORTH, Texa*. SepU U,-! (U. !'.>—Citizens of Fort Worth j either are getting cautious or their I resistance to Illness is lower, ro- j ports from local hospitals indicate. SALE OF MONUMENTS Sept. 1 lo Sept. 15 SOME AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE All Greatly Reduced MANY DESIGNS TO CHOOSE FROM ED. HELM Monument* EIGHTH AND BAKER Phone ISO ' , I * - ^ \ " *s ' " V '* > * ' * » *t **i l f'''' V f*

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