The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 14, 1936 · Page 11
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LOCAL SECTION BAKERSF1ELD, CALIFORNIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1936 PAGES 11 TO 18 * -v i- -r Taft Man Plunges Down Mountainside While f Fishing in Sierra LINE WORKER HURT JBakersfield Boy Knocked Off Tower Charge of Electricity persons were recovering in Bakersfield today from in- b juries suffered in falls, one of them, f Henry Romero, 9, of 215 bake street, also having first and second degree electricity burns. Most seriously injured-.waa A. B. Clouser, 216 Fillmore street, Taft, who suffered a fractured lumbar vertabrum and Internal Injuries while fishing in'the high Sierra. Earl H. Kueh- ncrt, cable splicer in the employ of the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company, is at hlH home, 1118 Tjln- coln street, with a broken loft arm as an aftermath of Tulare's $100,000 fire Saturday. Knocked Off Tower i The Romero boy Saturday evening wtis playing about the steam plant of the San Joaquin J-Ight and Power Corporation at Twenty-fourth nml Kentucky strectw and had climbed n 15-foot tower, when he came in con- ti^ct with a high tension wire. Ho was burned on the right arm and hand and the shock threw him to the ground. Ho Incurred a fractured arm and lacerations. He is In Kern General Hospital. Mr. Clouser, an employe of tho Standard Oil Company at Taft. fell 30 feet down a stoep hill whllo returning from a fishing trip. Nino CCC men wore eight hours in curry- Ing him out on a stretcher five miles through the rough mountains to tho road. . He was resting easily today at Kern aeneraUHospltal. -With-hlm on the trip were his father and A. 13. Lynch of Taft. Kails 17 Feet Mr. Kuehnert plunged 17 feet from a telephone pole at Tularo while repairing a wire molted in the fire which destroyed a half block of tho city's business section Saturday. He foil upon pavement, suffering a badly bruised right heel as well as the broken arm. Tho accident occurred at 12:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon. As he lost his balance Mr. Kuehnert grasped the messenger wire, a safety line, but a splice made at some previous time slipped and the wire failed to save him. Coast City Seeks Appraisal System * ^••M^^rita^HfBH^^H^^BdB4t^Bfr The successful appraisal system developed by City Assessor Dean R. Hurley for tho reappraisal of all BaUersflelcl property in '1930 has drawn the attention of Santa Barbara officials, who are considering a reappraisal there. W. AV. Smith, city assessor of Santa Barbara, came to Bakersfield Saturday to confer with Mr. Hurley on details of the plan used hero. The local system how practically eliminated tax assessment complaints since 1930. In appraising buildings Mr. Hurley makes a complete examination, listing every feature from dimension and construction lo the number of electrical outlets. A mathematical factor is then employed In determining the final appraisal value. 1UTKS FOR 11ABY Funeral services for Jhon Cosy I Dooley, 4-nionths-old son of Mrs. Dorathy Dooley. of Arvln, were conducted at Doughty-Calhoun-O'Meara chapel this afternoon, interment following at Greenlawn Memorial Park. The child died yesterday at a local hospital. l Union Cemetery la a NONPROFIT COKPO- RATION. which means that all Income goes Into the Cemetery treasury. It la conducted for the ben- eflt of the public and not for individual profit. 40% of the sales of this r Cemetery ffoea into tho Perpetual Care Fund to inaure r Perpetual Care !• Office at the Cemetery ' -• .1 *.~ r Telephone l • —^m—^f—^^— • • • —•—^ rmm • •! I I I • • — ^ — ^ ^— ^ ^— — — — - - — - - — ^ — - ^^ — ^^^^— - - - ^^— ^ - - J ^ -• To Seek Parade Award Again ^i^ Great Increase Totals Indicated Early Attendance , •!• "li •- * 'Hfc-rt^. ROCKPILE IS CLOSED Latter Is Reported Only School Kern Not wev wou HOSPITAL TANTLY SUCCUM ANT TO INJURY Dfck Dlckson and his palomino mare Qoldie who walked off with the first prize In the Best Silver Mounted Outfit event In last year's Frontier Days parade. Dlckson and Goldle will be seen again In this year's parade and they will be trying to duplicate last year's feat. Competition will be much keener this year, however, with the entry list mounting high, all competing for the coveted miniature silver mounted saddle, which will signify that the owner had the best silver mounted outfit In the Frontier Days parade. Wasco to Vote Tuesday on . Sewage System Bond Issue Now Operating CCUOOL doors In Korn county ^ swung open this morning to more than 22,000 children who began their concerted assault on the knotty problems of education in 83 districts under the tutelage of energetic teachers refreshed by mmi- mer months of recreation, study and travel. Early reports today reaching the office of Herbert I*. Healy. county Hupcrtntcndcnt of HohoolB, brought a horde of .children to clnsseH who nrc entering Kprn schools for tho first timo, not only in tho kindergartens and first grades, but in all elementary C!IU<HCS nnd high schools as well. This proHHges u largo incroaso in population throughout tho county, tho county superintendent snid. Opens Next Week Thn Hoclcpllc Ornmmnr School was tho only one in the county report od not open this morning as this district has Bchcdul^d tho rfsump- Complaints that vulunblo time. lion of classpH for Septomber 'Jl loHt when flro flghtprw Hcok to find whc'M now rooms will bo ready for county rpHldpnci»» nnd other bulUl- tho expected increase in enrollment! Ings situated outnldo of, munlrlpall- t-hero. Mexican Independence Will Observed at Ceremony TT'ERN county's week ond traffic toll today stood at two dead, on« -*-*- critically injured, and six loss seriously hurl. Albert Maddux, S;S, Kern General Hospital orderly, was killed when his automobile plungod off a mountain road and down a stoop embankment near Woody yesterday afternoon, white Joyce UayfieM. 3-yoar-old daughter of Robert Rayfield, of Los Angeles, dlod at a local hospital onrly yesterday of injuries 1 reooivod in the arcldont which on Saturday claimed the life of her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Hayneld. 2S.-> CritieiiUy injured U Roland Her : traml. 2S, of Kong Reach, whose , automobile turned over on tho Kdl- ! sou highway nt 4:15 o'clock yoster- i dny afternoon. Ho l« urulor tront- 1 mont for pOHHlhlo skull fnuHuro ami oth»M- Injuries at Kern Uenorul 1 pllal. ; Two Kscnpo Death JOHN HUGHES COUNTRY HOIS MAY BE IRKED Numbers nnd Homl Names in Rural Arons Requested lo Assist Firemen i 1 * BAKER TO HEAD LEGI01C0UNCIL Officers Arc Elected During Meeting of Kern Group at Tchuchapi Herbert H. Baker of Tchaohnpl post. American Leg-Ion, was elected ycHterday afternoon as commander of the Kern county council, nt tho annual meotlnj? held in Tehnchapl. Other officers? elected with him were as follows: First vico commander, Bruco Tjlttle of WaBCo; Bccond vice commander, C. B. Hunted of Follows, and chaplain, the Reverend \Vm. K. Patrick of Bakcrfifleld, William to The CaUJnrnian) TjmvSCO, Sept. 14.—Voters of " Wasco will ballot tomorrow on the issuance of bonds for $90,000 for the construction of a sanitary sewer system. The entire cost of the sewer system baa been estimated at $151,363, n P\VA grant of 45 per cent of tho total already having been approved. Polls will be open from 1 o'clock to 0 o'clock In *tho afternoon at tho office of the Wasco Utility District, 809 Seventh street. A two-thirds vote is required for passage, of the bond . K. Chpiioweth, city superintendent, today reported a record first-day enrollment for the city HchoolK, the Rrand total bring 51 HO, as compared to 4847 on the open- In B day last year, an increase of 293 pupils. The need of a sanitary sewer system in Wasco has been termed Imperative In endorsements paused by the WIIHCO Business Men's Association, (he K.xchaiiffo Club, tho American legion and oilier local organizations. Many of the larger property own- Bradshaw of Bnkerafield. A past i ers nnd tho owners of warehouBOB commander of the council, installed are also said to be supporting the tho now officers. Commander Baker bond issue. reappolnted U. I*. Patrick as adjutant. Committee Named A committee was appointed to arrange with county schools for tho proper observance of National Kdu- cation Week and Armistice Day. This committee will consists of Jack AV. Byfleld, Bakersfiekl, as chairman, with Bruce Little of Wasco, A. W. Brink of Taft. Harry 1'aulden of Delano and Herbert H. Baker of Te- hachapf. Committees will be appointed shortly by the new commander to stimulate interest in Boy Scouts and Junior baseball. Auxiliary Officers For tho auxiliary. Mrs. Bruco Little Installed the following officers: President. Mrs. Clara Isaac of Bnk- crsflcld; first vIce-proHiclont. Mrs. Midge Richardson of Delano; second vice-president, Mrs. Ann Doyle of Taft; flergreant-at-armp, Mrs. Anna Bell Henderson of Shatter; chaplain. Mrs. Margaret Watts of Tehaelmpi. The auxiliary challenges the Legion to a membership contest to end December 31, the losing side to provide a chicken dinner for the winners. To Meet at Wasco Tho next meeting of the council will bo In Wasco on October 11. Following tho Installation ceremonies, Tehnchapl post ami Auxiliary served a buffet lunch. Thoso present from UakcrsfleUl were Mr. and Mm. T^eonard C. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne P. Nelson. Mr*. Florence Powell and Messrs. Thoma« nilsenan, Albert K. Burton, Willlam L. Bradshaw, Ralph L. Patrick, 55. V. Hoskins. Jack W. Byfield and Bernard L. Miller. Loses Both Hands f in Mowing Device • ^ ' Amputation of both hand« above the wrist was suffered by Faxaclno Joaquin, 32, Kern ranch -worker, when he fell In the path of a mowing machine shortly before noon. lie Was rushed to Korn General Hospital, where his condition late this afternoon was reported as only "fair." Joaquin was employed as a worker on -j, the Joe VoJardo ranch on Kern Island road. Bounced from the a^at of the m^Win/niiachtne* the man fell, hands or the T.J-za^irinC mower blade. Duo to tho fine organization and plans carefully laid .during the-summer months, books were, actually in the hands of pupils by 10 o*c)ock and lessons were begun throughout tho city. The schools will continue to open at 9 o'clock every morning this week on the regular schedule. The only minimum day of the week will bo "circus day" on Friday, when Classen will begin at 8 o'rlork and will bo dismissed at J2:20. Huge Inrrenso As an indication that many families that would normally bo residing within Hakcrafleld elty limits havrt found homes In the Highland Park and Olldalc districts, the Standard school reported an enrollment of ti'J4 pupils this morning, a total of 107 more than were registered tho first day of school last fall. N, 11. Farn- hum, district superintendent, said that this figure will Inorcnso during tho entire first weel< and some of the classes aro already crowded. H. A. Splndt, principal of the local high school, re.port.od a record attendance for the secondary ctasHtw. the total registered to dale? bring 3148 of which number 4fifi are junior college students. Registrations continued throughout the day. and the school anticipates an increase of 200 or more students as compared to last year. Lender* on Duty County superintendent Healy reported all supervisors of special nub* jects back on duly today with the exception of Miss Anna Maudn Anderson, supervisor of art. who is in charge of the county rural school exhibit at the state fair. The supervisors include.: J. Harl Tenor, assistant superintendent. IX T. Dawe. formerly principal nt Ollg now tin? retail automobile business for a supervisor of child guidance and re- period of 18 years in Uukersflold, I search; Miss Gertrude Oonxnnhuber. where he was born and raised- •! supervisor of music; Miss Uhoda "1 am anxious 10 serve and pleaso \Vldmer, director of physical rduoa- nveryono and will endeavor to obtain tlon, formerly a member of the. newer and more select cars for their C'haffoy high school faculty; Miss approval," Mr. Hnnd stated. Ann Holgerson. supervisor of eta tieis may result in country homos ! l>nlng numbered and road* idontlfled ! In a more conspicuous manner, Thin Hiiggostlon was broached to the supervisors today in the form «f a letter from the chamber <»f commerce. Hiffleull TnHli The puggostion bad Us Inception In tho complaint of Hen Cooper, dispatcher for the Htato ranger'n office* here, who reported that fire fighting forces of tho dopartmont often lose valuable time In trying to find country homes. Many county roads are obscure and few country homos are numbered or Identlflod In such a manner nsMo make It rosy lo find them In a hurry from brief direction w. 3HKPAH1NU for observance of (ho hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary of Mexican Independence, local members of the Mexican Honorary Com mission will gather at Union Avenue, dance pavilion to-1 morrow nigbi. when rity Manager; Fred \V. Nlghljert will crown M!HH ' Consu-do ARiillar, 1411 I-aki> street. as fioHtn queen. More than 6000 Mox leans from K»»rn county nnd bos Angt'1«*H are opectod to uttnnd. Korn County ltiing**rs will take part in a partid** AVednosilay morn- Ing, 'starting from .lacUnon and Halter Htreein nml proceeding to went Hakoi-Hflold. A yrmup of local nnd I.OH Angelop n viators will por- form air maniMivrrn folio win B Hie ptiradc. i ho show hHnp undi'r tbo illrnctlon <if Snlvaditr Kodrlgm*?.. II*' will fly from !,<»» AnKt*U»H »H OHCOIM to two othi-i- pin imp. OM»» of them heariiiK M|HH IteatrlK Hamlro7, pnra- chutn Jumper. MlRH I join Knowb-H. till* 11 tori local ex\»nn"iit of Spiinlnh <lnnr«<H. u 111 entertain duriiiK thi- Mi-Ma, which will rnd with u l»in fn-o dance nt the I'nion avonuu pavilion, unmlc being provide*! hy the 10-pioco orchestra of Jose. IMnelra of l»o« Angeles, who was ono of the I'Vontier Days tutor- talnors h* i re last y«M»r. Maddux, with Mr. nnd Mrs. K. V. of lOftfi Monterey Hirer I as t'H. wns returning from n dny Iti the htllw yeMerdny when hl« machine hit n m.»ft road shoulder iLiid wont off the grade ul u point 1.3 miles northeast of Woody. The hoHpltal orderly was Instantly killed, while bin piiHscngerH, thrown from the trwrhino, cHi*upf*d with minor nnd bruises. Tbo body In ut hty-**nlhoun'O'Meum chapel. Joo MrKlvfuiey. 25, of \Va«co, an employe of Snn Jonquln TJght ami Power Corporation, and Cecil MOSH, •M. of Station !», Hox 1MI, wufferml painful Imok injuries wh<»n tlio mi- tomobll* 1 In \\hli-h they were riding overturned on Kdlmui highway, half 11 mlli' north of Italnbow station, at 9:30-oVlock Saturday nlifht. Moth were brought to Merry Hospital in I'«T t rrai IIH The system planned would In- .elude newer mains, outfall sower and a modern sowoffo disposal plant, the bonds also providing for the purchase of thrc necessary land. C. H. Molly, Viiuilia engineer, pro- pared tho plans. Used Car Market at New Location After four years in tho used car business at 1409 Eighteenth atrect, Ted Hand haa moved his Used Car Market to a new, modern and larger location at 2629 (theater avenue at the corner of Twenty-seventh street. Mr. Hand hatj been identified with The supervisors have already accepted a H.vMein worked out by J. It. Thornton, county engineer, for (he Identification of county highway*, but no method of numbering homcm ha* yet been adopted. Tho whole matter won referred to prrvlHor Jay llimtmii, who. with the iiARlHtnncR of Mr. Thornton, will attack the problem. Two AliHentCPM Today the board convened for a routine RI?HH|OII with three .m^mborM prencnt. SupervlHor Stanley Abel occupied the chair an temporary chairman during the nlmonco of rimlnium Hoy \Voollo'iYH>H. Super vlnor Charlen Wlmtnor al«o was absent. Personals Bfts News i Two Women Hurt wn Houthrrn *"(illforiil had ;t narrow rnenpe from dnath Sun du> rvi'iiliiR ai s o'clock wluMi thelr (Ujtoinuhll.- wrnt off the K«M'ti Hivrc canyon roail Mrn. ( Jlad> H Furrar. 41, nf tl':to North <*umm1ii|tM Htrci-i. Iyon AnK*'lcr*. and hor rompnnlon in thr car. Sarnh < Jelnler. 2.'.. lif I«OIIK Heach. were unhurt except for a few cum ami bruim-w. Hawn, -if>, of 2T2 hake ^rl a frncture of ihn rlphl leu when he WHH ntrurk by an automobile at tho Ininrnoetlun of Kentucky Htn>ct ami Alia Vlnla Drive Saturday nlKbt at !> ir» o'clock. The umn WHH riiNlirt! to Kern * Sen- eral llonpiia) In a llopBou ainbu- lanco. .larvyH Murlch. train! whi-n tj»c turned. Huff* i re»l Early Dny Kern Oil Man Is Credited With Founding Oildnlc Communitv *r John Martin Hughe*, who died in his home nt I«OTIR Heaeh lost week, is credited with having founded the community of Olldnle, according to a report received bore. Mr. Hughes, who was born 10 miles east of Stockton in ISSO. cnmo to Baker*- flf'ltl dnriiif? tho OrM oil boom of lb«» Krrn Ulver Field and settlM at. what In now Oildulo and lived there 20 years. I'onrleon yours a»?o Mr, Uiigbon moved to l.onj? Honeb wbrro h* on- trapod In oil business In iho Stgnnl 11111 dlHtrirt. • Ho iw Him'lvocl by a widow. Clnm. .sons Uny M. lIiiRheft. Jack Hughes nnd Havld A. 11 tighos all ot l.onu: uro Mrs. l*auni Kell, both Stirvlvlni; ollor and Mrs. of Stockton. Pioneer Allen ta^ Erect New Plant ^Ith Her latt* i r'H ear ov«»r f acini 1aef*iiitt(»nH Former reNlilmilH uf MlHnourl will ltl u plcnlr in the umbrella KTOYO ni KoocilriK I'urU, KreKim, nn Sunday. Kepifinber liO. it wuw unnouiu'ed today In an open invitation to Kern rcHlileiitn. "lirlnK y»ur own lunehes, ooffee will l»o Hi-rvf-d froe," tho invitation road. The proKnim IH nchert- front y a. m. to 6 p, m. lie WHH trcaltnl at K'M-n <i« i nenil HOH- pital and NubHequently S. r. Ward- MI-H. A. r. Kolt'y of Loma Park. who haw IHM-II III at » loe«l honpltal, IH now c'onvali'KeinK nt her home. i u t City Officials Are Back From Parley i 29 Given "Rides" on /'aj?r Fifteen) Jean |j. Vlncenr., city engineer and commisHlouer of public workH of KroHiio, won named preMldont of the I^nffiic of California Municipalities al HIM annual convention in Santa Monica, which he- ended Saturday. It waH reported today by City Manager K. W. NlKbbnrl. Mr, Nl|fhb«*rt wan elected H^rretary of the city mannger'K noction of the league for the coming year, with Walter H, Mogul), manager of Stockton, an prenldent. San .lone was chosen IIH next convonilon city. Other* at- l ho Simla Monlen nip"tlng from HakornfleUI wero Council men FrerJ s. BfKlen nnd Waller Kumlnffkl. and Hay \\'. Durum, asnlfltanl city attorney. H. B. Dnun. prcws roprenentntivo for the *'ul»> Hrothorn-t Myde IJealty clrc.iiH. which will wbow hero next Friday, exiicctH to come hero tomorrow. I lo IH now with tho clrcUM in Fresno. • Find Baby's Body in Pile of Trash Police* today Nought the parent* of! n a prenmturo baby boy whew boily ] wan found Jn a pllo of traHh ul the ; city «iunip Haturdny afternoon, The body wan d Inwove rod by ard IlernHiHlej*., ItO, and Vlvliin Herrent. 13, who live near tho city properly. Tho Infant had l*»cn two or three tiny*. authorillcB ported, find upparendy wan of white K I TWO AUK IN ('All ( OMJSION DKl.ANO. Hopt. 14. low nml bin brother. A. J. \Vardlo\v, of Texan, were iivat»*it al the ho»- pltul at 1 1 o'clock Saturday night for Injurlen received on tbn Golden Stain Highway 6 mtliw north of town, when their car collided with another car. They were 'travelling: Koulh when the accident occurred, 8. O. Wardlow had a novere cut on bin HOBO which required ncvoral A permit to err-ot an SSOOO build Inu on the Kouthea.*it corner of Klg h t «»on t h a ml I. st nv* t H , was i.« • MUM! tt> the Plon«*nr Allen Company. dry cle«n»-n». thl« morn lot; by City HulKlIng Inspector Hoy H. UubbarcS. Tho butMIng will IM» 66 by 40 feel in rllim'tiMon. »mi> story high und of roiuforoo^l concrete construction. Virgil Young IM th«» contractor. This ropm^entH a further expansion of the Pioneer Allen Company, which already ban thr»H> I^akersfleld ptantfi. Ht fiOO I'ia/n Kinnti»enth street, lioi Nineteenth street, and at Truxtun uvenuo and F Bakersfield Youth Killed in Accident 4 Woodroo Wilson Malone. 22. noil of Mr. and Mr**. J. A. Malone of 1325 Qulncy street, was fatally injured Saturday night near Dallas, HtitchcH to clowe, mid hla brother j Oregon, when tho front tire of his Buffered body brulne*. Uoth were | motorcycle exploded, hurling him to i the pavement and fracturing KU skull. The linkernfleM youth died at a Dalian hospital. In uildtlion to his pa rot us, young Molon* leaves three brothers, Andy, Kmmertt ami Oo>U. a sister, l«la Mae, and wvonil uncle* and aunus. all rcFtUlentss of ltftkerHfl«*M. able lo leave tho hoHpttul after several hourH rout and treatment. J. M ace of M c Fa rlaml wan treated at tho honplUil at « o'clock fur a badly lue.enUed right hand. John Robinson, 13, Is Taken by Death Cattlemen Invited is. : to Meet Wednesday The rt*iiifilnin arc at HopHon mor tuary. wh*'i-*» « pout mortem exam ination IK in 1«» i Flute Soloist Will in Patrnl Worrnn irlUte OOlOlSt Will si ^ ^ U 7:il in mrol Wagon Entertajn Clubmen i Gem Expert Will Speak at Meeting Twenty-nine porBons, mostly "drunkfl," initiated Halccmfield police department^ Hhlny now putrol cur Into service ilurliiK the piust week end. They rode to Jail in fine style, the now cnr being wtreanilined and having bright, chromium plated hand mtlp—(lino a Hpnctal lock (o make sure the prJnonerR did not tako leave of their royally flninhod equipage. The new patrol car replace* an ancient "Rlack Maria'* that bos been In conHtant nervice for almost a decade. Mti«8 Anabel Hulmo. daughter of the Uevorend Chnrlcn liulme of the First CbrlBtian-Xaiurcli und ii^ en ted flutiat, will Rive n brief dial for members of the HakcrH- field Kxchnngn Club at their lutirb- eon meeting tomorrow. Tho Jlev. erend Mr. Miilmo In chaplain of tho club. Miftii Ilulme. who ban biren studying the flute In the Hniith, will leavo on He$>tcmber 20 to enter the Julllard Hchool of Music In New York. I". • -• -«, r- t - I October 19M Dated from iforn week al each ian ubl ish the record Krn deaths Record resul ting: traffi fro accid atch ents eath beware ead week Dead usly reported previ To Death Recor of the K«rn «'ounty Alln- > crul Hocioty, ifathnrlnff for tb'-ir flrHl i moiling of i bo full Kcnnon nt R ; o'clock tonlRbt in tho high *u*hool K<*ionro bulldlnff will br-ur.MrH. t'lnr- trudo McMtillon of tho HouMtw*»Ht M«»m t*oin|)«ny of KOH Anfif**loH, who will wldi'fHH I IIP Boeloly upon lb(« cuihjcct of ffomM. I'lanH will alno b*» eonnH^r^U for tbo annual convention of thft Htftte federation of mineral noctetie*. to which the Kern chapter will Ix* hoMt January, Everyone intervnted in tho study of minerals IH Invited by President Paul VanderKlUe to attend tonight > $300 Fire Destroys arn, 20 Tons Hay Fire of unknown origin dentroyed a l>arn worth flOO und JSO Ion* of ba4ed bay worth 1200 on the ranch of Ij. O, Yi*p0 near the ttuenn Hchool lat« Htinday afternoon. The ]o«ta M-a* cov«ir»d by the «tAtu mUkhou*** wagon with a total ranee. * fl wived a and hay- o( about iponior rware John L. (.lack) Hobinson. Jr., 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. John K. Hob- iiiNon. 1S15 Twenty-first street, died Ht a local bospltul ycMtcrday following a long il by his pnrents and ilnvo staters. Mrs. George H. Coke.r. Jr, of Florida, Mm. Uoor Art AloxHndrr of Onyx, president ; of tlv Kern County Cattlemen's , Awiorlatlon. ha« called a meeting of Jle in survived ! tll ° " lx distrlrt calf aurtion com' inlito*»m<*n for 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in Room 1. Professional , building. KiiUprHfield. The committee (Mil, of Hukernfield. ! will arningc detnlla of the calf auo- O f|tion, which will provfdo funds for ,,.,.,, „ , i support of tho national association. Unk^rHfield. UH well ftK nn undo. M. ., , , J^nn l'\*rnando. will \* c chiipcl TiirHrlay uftrr- »t 3 o'clock, with tho lU»vor- Mr. Murdoch officlatlnK n.nd Ulchard Sklnnor -a« VOCH! nolo- Intonn**nt will IM- in Urron- and MUn Nadoyne Robinson. nf Funeral at Hopnon noon etui with Int. Memtu'ial Park William HroMlmupt. Jack (i^orKe McNcurn HarktnH, Marlon \Varc ivnd Ilrlnk. 80-Year-Old Matron * lawn will of Bakersfield Dies r«. IxMilea A. Middle ton, 80. of Route I', lk>x 415. a resident of llak erufteld for the past five year**, died | at her borne yesterday. She was u I native of Indiana, and was tho widow of the latt* Dr. K. A. Middleton. Surviving relatives un> a dauKh- j tcr, Mr*. I'each I* Uber. of l^oa An- ; geles, two sons. Dean MUKlU-lon. of j Bakersfield, and John Smith, also of ; Uaki»r«fl«Ui. two brothen*. Vernon and Dan Hmlih, of Btehop. and 20 grand children. Funeral services for Mm. Middle ton will bo conducted by tho oren<J Charles H. Hulmo afternoon nt 4 o'elock» at I*ayn» ft t^on chapel. Iniornwnt. will Uts.ln Ureenlawn Memorial Park. ONUMENTS Scpl. t lo Sept SOME AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE \11 Greatlv Reduced TO MANY DES1G CHOOSE 1 NS ROM ED. HELM Monument* EIGHTH AND BAKER Phone ISO {\ .: .1 • _ i .1 - t . \ 1- • F . . . ... ..*, ,^^ ,/ "* 'V

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