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THE BAKER8FIEU) CALIFORNIA!*, TUESDAY, 8Eft»MfiEfe 15, 1936 Horton Comedy on Fine Jlialto Bill "Xobody'H Fool," n fiiHi-niovfng, fulMeiiRlli coim-ily stnrrhiR TOchviml ICverctt Morton. nml "I Conquer Ino .Sen,' 'a talc of (ho Newfoundland whaling country with KtolTI Mnnii, form t1u« cloublo Mil MtnrlliiK » three- day run todriy m tlu- Klnlfo theater. 'i'lin Jforlon ri.'inotly \a I ho wrll- known «tn.r'n firm Ontiin- pictures for Universal and rums lilni in n typleiil role. MlntaUiMi Identity, Ran ff stern nnd oonslrlnrnlili* minimi'" tin 1 In the plctiiri!. Ulr-mlii Kill-fell lltiH Ilif rftniinll' 1 hfiirt Intr-rr-nl inirl OPHI- lioiii'-pi. \\nrrrti llyiner. H»r. <!!<«• nobertu nnd l-'.il I.IIIKUM »!''' n th» rust. (,'))ls of "1 I'uiKiUM' the Urn" Ill-r nr'tlinl H-i'tl< M l"f CMn-rim-ll lull piiunlni; n "link nnd hrhiKlnK II I" The l:if'l> i.- n hnrd nil" Jind iiliniinds In (In III". There Is nl.-u n MIOMK liiVf 1 flellli 1)1 111 111' Pllll'V MAN KXA.MINKK i .(is A .MM-; i. us. .sept, i.'i i A r ) Three pH.vrhliitrlntH held rourl up- linlnlnient loilny In rxninlnn ll»> liumd Johnson, reHlinirnnl rnnU, wlm p|(-/ulrd liuifieenl nnd Innon-m- hv rcnmin (if liiHiinltv \<> chnmeM he nitinlered hl.i forni'-r .Inpitiifw s\ve(t heart, Midi TukoiiUn. ilnneer. JnluiHon'H trlnl WIIH net for U'-lo brr 20. ' olli< ENDS TONIGHT William Powell, Cnrnlc l.ombnrd "My Man'Godfrey" AND FlflBftf Pryor tti "Alttlno on (tin Moon' 1 Tin Mtrch of limn TODAY | TOMORROW inn HITS Jciut MAKI.OW iTiiiiilinl TdNi: Cnry (IK ANT "SUZY" I'm 0'IIIUI-N Margaret LINDSAY Robert AKMSTKONO PUBLIC ENEMY'S WIFE !'•!• K i.i 11 in Ulilu tMlnlt" COOL All Tlili Wf»k ON Tllli STAllli IN I'HHSON DR. "X" Sn«rl«l Lidlri' Milln*i Thnriil«> —I .IK) In .':OU I'. M. VIRGINIA LAST TIMER TODAY W.rn.r IIAXTm. IMlirln BIUAII1 "PRISONEn 01' SHARK ISLAND" • nil IIOII HTfr.li: W.ll.ni "THE LAW HIDES" Comedy, News anil Cartoon IN DRAMA OF HOLLYWOOD LIFE Contest for Dolls Ends (^Saturday ' Only flvo morn days are left for boyn nnd glrtn hotwncn the ugOH of JO and 12 to Hiilmilt oHBfiy» of DO j wordn or IOH« In tho T..OH AngdlcB county fair Shlrlny Temple doll con- i test for llio bent rcasonx "Why I 1 would llko lo KO to tnn 1/os Angeles nounly fitlr." All r-nnti.VH tiro lo ho triknii to the Fox, Nllo nrul California Iheulorw, whom tho ramjet 1 dolls nro on (JlHplay, und ensityH urn to I.MJ sub' nilHnd not latnr than Hiii.urday, Hep- lembor If, when tho contest nlosion. i I'^BBHyn will bo Judged on two potnl.K only, first, the bnut reason, • and necond, iientiu'.MM. Throe awards ; will ho nindo Haturdiiy niornlnj?, Hop' loniljor 29, nt '(hn meeting of the Fox Mickey Mouse T'luh, nnd two other Hhlrley Temple dollH will ulso be awdrdod In other boys and KlrlH for I-OII.HOIIH whlr;h will be stated at i the Mldtny Atousn tn EXCITING bRAMA OF ORIENT, FOX Longshoremen Gain i Aid of Coast Union BANK ON BEING THERE TOMOflOOW NIGHT MR. DEEDS GOES TO TOWN , For the Best LooklnQ Gal In China GARY COOPER MwfoMne CARROLL IffiGENERNL MED ALSO Kobcrl Vounn—Plorcnce Kite "SWORN" ENEMY" A TOl.'H nliniK one (if I hi; in'mt famoim nlreeln In III" wurld Is liilcn by pcrHonn finning "lldlly- wriod Honlevard," n. picture of pliiees nnd pernCMinKCM In the life iif MdVlelnrnl npenlng nt the Nile Tlii-alni InnlKhl '»> n new ilonhle foul urc lu-iiKi'iun with Warn-n Wlllliim In "The. CIIHC nf the \'e|. vel Cliiw«." nn Krlc Hlnnley (liird- Tier inyMery hrhl B«-||er. Night N|i(ilH win-re Ilie Kereen HlnrH pllty. their lunneM nnd lln> heach reMorlM, nre Khown III "llul lywiind lldiilevnrd," n ilrnmii »l* n former filar \*hn iiuikeii n. come- back In pictures Ihrutigh the publicity he recelven from sflllng |I|H love nffulfH t(i n fun inuicii/.lne. 'I'he xlelliir eiiHl IncludeH, beNldeH .John llallldiiy, Mni-Hhn llnnl. Ituh- (•rt l'uniiiiliiKM. lOnllier UnlHinn und C. Henry (Inrdon In (hn principal ruled, Hie fulliiwtnt; rnvnrltcH (if M few yearn punt; KranrlH X. lliiHlitnnn, Chnrleii Hay, Mnurlce Mae Mlll-Hll, Hetty \\llllnm DeNinund, Hoy rlK 1 !-! ItawlliiHon, .lime l'rc*t Lcatfd Wire) SAN KUANCIHC'O, H«pt. 10.— Another I'd.elflo count inn rll line! union toilny jnlniMl IniiKHhnrcMiiPii In , roimlderliii; wnlerfront employers' blnnkdt urbllrntlon plans on work- 1 IriK riKroeineiilH explrlnj.; Hoptcin- : ber 30. ' The Mnrlne Cooks and Htownrds, in. unit of the International Koamon's j I'nlon, plnriii'Ml n. memb"rHhlp vnto 'on tho arbitration fiuosllnn itflor its ' iiKreonient prupusal.H were flatly re- J( i-led. Gary Cooper und Miltlclelno Carroll (',,Mil-Ill.. i 'iiiii|iin)n. irAn-y. I N'uviiU, llrynnl Miilhnll. I'Viuili SUZY O PKNINO at the Fox. for four days starting Wednesday is "Tho Ocncral Ulod at Uuwii," star- rlntf Gary Cooper of "Mr. Deeds" farno, Madeleine Carroll, William Krawlny and others In tho most ex- eltlng; drama to come out of China slnro "Hhanghal I3xpre«s." Tho Heroritl Important feature showing Is "Sworn ISne'tny," star- rlnjf Hobort Voiinff, Kloronoo Ttloe, T.nwlH Htonn and Nat 1'endlolon In a story of two honest city boys who aro trapped In tho clutches.of powerful gangsters, A Popoyo cartoon, "Never Kick a Woman," and Metrotono News complete this program. .Showing for the last times tonight Is "My Man Godfrey," with William Powell and Carole Tjom- bard and "Hitting on tho Moon," with Hogor I'ryor and draco Brad- .ley. \\'iiHhl)iirn. JiirU Miiyn. i 'ri-lwhldii Mule, iilnl I'nl ll'.Mnlley, ninny others. Radio Programs Tonight KOO.KrO—Nullonll nromlMllInQ Compuny—Sunpllfl nmgrmiu In. KFI. KKCA. KC80, KflW. KCX, KOMO. KMO. Kill. KOA. KOA, KOMI. KOYL. IU1II1. KTAH KrilC;.l;llH—Unn l.f« unit Oollimbln- gupplln progrnmi In: Kill. KUS. KDS, KMI, KI1W KTIIK, KtRN. KOL. KVI. KSL. KHIH KFJ'Y r>lOO to 6:30 p. 111. KI1HN -Hnynl T'-MIIIII. NIK' liKlWurh Mi-ll llrrlll'i'H l.mlf,. \Vi!XAI-Iti-'i.nlliiKii; fi:H,, .Mac Klnmelf. 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' Ml I «..! I. \\ ll. i, I '..I l-l I Illll... \\ l,\ \l !l. I... IMn linn nnil lln- inmii i- 10:00 to 10:30 p. in. : Kl-;ii\ \\ l ni|il lu Ili-ii.-ii 10:10. ; .Ihiiiny I ini-.ii.) i n i-h'-Mni. : \lli' iifluni-k N'I-WS WiiVAl All It'-ip i I'l-nuniin. I0:-10 to 11:00 p. m. i Wi'.XAl All It,-,, | IVi.xrmn. j I'KDItl. SM4)OTIN(i 1.1 is ANilKI.KS, Si.|il. l.'i. l A. I'.) i Tin' fiiinl HhiMitluK nf Corn Miirlo ' SiiM'ir, :il. In n l..«ti|{ Il"iu-Ii .Miinlrl- IHI| Alriinri liiinui'i- l''rlda.v nlwht, 1 u-lll in- IIIM MI li'iiiril liy n c'lironi'r'H i Jur\- liiiiiiinii\\. ; I I|HNII||M|.II-||IIII of lln' ileml wo-' iiiiurN ninilii-r. MI-M Mnry Kimor, \vllll III" imllri- Ilii-nry "f HIlU'llI" l'iv Kitltc'l In n ill hnrll |I<H rnllliiit iin In- HUi-Hl. sin- Htilil nil" lii-llrveil hi-r iliiui:hl'-i- ill'-,I ni-i'liliMiliilli-. Predict Mayans to Vanish From Earth in Fifty Years l^Ol'Il innjor nttniolluni mnUo up -I. the prnKi'iini plnyliiK todny and tomorrow nl the. Knx t 'nlll'ornln. thenler. ,lenn Iliirlow, Jfranchot Tune, Cnry (Irani, l^iwln Hlono nnd Holier! ArinHtrniiK nnd (Jcnar Hnineru nre the pi'lndpnl inemberfi (if Ihe ( nMt In Ihe IhrlllliiK '! ni.'in Ktory. "I'nlille I'lnrmy'H Wife." I'eti 1 Smllh IIIIH cu.'il(JinerH InilKh- Ini; nil over Ihe plan- In "Tnhlo TcnnlH." "I'r. X," nppoarliiK nil HI|H week on the HtiiBO at the Cnlirornlii, In iitna/.lnx pntrnnH with the iienrney with which he nil- HWem Ihe inoHl illffli'till i|ui>Kllorm. KnlcHt Hewn evenlH coinploto tho proffrnn). | CAN PJ5DUO, Sept. 15.—Tho only ! ^ known puro-bloodod dcNcciulaiits I of tho undent Mayan will vanish from tho earth within f>0 ycarH. two Kronrh NcIentlntH returning from OuiilC'inala. said todny. Francoln Geoffrey Do Chauino, art- l«t, nnd Hcrnard Do Colmonl, ex- lilorcr, wore pitBHrtngorn on tho Graeo Ihmr Sn.ritu 1'aula. They arc from tho UnlvrrBlty of farls. They have ht-en slndyhiK La Candon tribesmen who live In the JuriRlo near tho SlexMco-Oiintemala horclor and are considered by t'tlmolojjlHtti to ho tho lant doRcendantH of tho Mayo*. inyHterloiiH Contral Amerleun nu:e. SelentlHlH believe tho Mayan elvlll/.ntlon, which eorrcNpontlx to that of anlcent Hgypt. was one of tho most advanced In llio world. Tho sclentints said only 200 t,a Candons aro sllll alive and aro rap- Idly dying out from tho ravages of. tuberculosis. "Once a year they still gather In the ruins of the temple of Yaohltla," Do Ohaumo said, "und sacrifice to tho sun god. Apparently their ceremonies are tho samo that wore practiced by tho Mayas thousands of years ago." Men outnumber tho women lu tho tribe, HIP Hay-ants suld, yet polygamy la prae'leed. "They fight fiercely over the women. Tho strongest men hnve several wives, the weaker havo II 11C." He Chaumo made phonograph roc- ordH of prayers, songs and speech of the I,a Cundons, ho said. Bolshevism Gain Defied by Leader f.lsioctatcd Pfe»» Leaned "Wire) NURNBERO, Oermany, Sept. 15. Tho Hprcad of JBolahevlsm in Kurope, Adolf Hitler believes, will plunge the continent into a "sea of blood." "I watch with fearful anxiety tho developments In Europe," tho German chancellor declared In the closing speech of tho annual National Socialist convention last night. "I have seen this danger clearly but I do not belong to those who faint at the sight of It," the Fuehrer told thousands of applauding Ndf.ls. "We are entering a great period of history—a period In which hot tho Wiseacres but tho brave will come out on top." Garner's Role ift , Campaignls Topic (Anoclatcd t'rcii Lett ted Wire) . N ( EW YOnK, Sept. 15.—Vico-lPrcsi.* denl John N. darner's part in the Democratic campaign will be dls- cuBsod tomorrow when darner arrives from Texas for a conference with members of the national committee uticT other party leaders. Chairman Jumen A. Farley and.' other party loaders dcwlro the vice-* proMldent to make a campaign tour across the 'country In the last few weeks before the election, but ao for Gnrncr haa not arranged any . addressoN, at least not through the speakers' bureau at the Democratic national committee. SPECIAL SALE! Rebuilt Cleaners All slnnclard mokes including Royal, Hoover, Eureka, Eleclrolux, Reginu, Premiers and General Electrics'. Priced now from— $7.50 to $17.50 All Guaranteed Easy Terms Authorized Factory Branch for the Two Best and Most Popular Vacuum Cleaners The HOOVER-—-The ROYAL With Factory Service and Parts Complete Stock of All Models * Vacuum Cleaner Department in Basement t fi ffi $£ IB ffi flj ' COUNT HOW MANY FULL SIZE CLOWNS GET OUT OF A STUDEBAKER COUPE M«agher-Morris Co. 2311 Cheater Avcnu* BAKERSFIELD FRI. in SEPT. 10 TULARE AND KENTUCKY STREETS ALLNEW THISfEAR! 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