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fv ^ "-''V,"'"' 'i if ; ?"*"'" ;, ;> f' v > ,-•**%<?*' EDIT.p RIALS this Section contains editorials, latest local hews, world sports, a thrilling serial and news of general Interest. LOCAL SECTION WANT ADS Classified Advertising columns of The Bakersfield Callfornian close promptly at 11 o'clock every morning. Phone 3). BAKERSFIELD. CfLlFdHKtA. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1936 PAGES 13 TO 20 MAN FACES MURDER TRIAL IF VICTIM DIES ;* , & ft * *•;• ; :*• ; * •".*•# * * • # •# # # Second Kettleman Hills Field Revealed in Shell Old River Test • —-OLD RIVER FIELD urn m IN Cbres at Greater Depth Have Characteristics of NorUi Dome BOTTOM UNTOUCHED Operators Say 10 Section Properly May Prove World's Greatest /"VPENINO of a second "Kettleman Hills" oil field In Bakersfleld's back yard tvas Indicated today as Shell Oil,Company operators, who took in only 80 feet of oil sand in their discovery well west of Old Hlyer, announced they have already cored 380 teet of productive formation in their second project and have not yet hit "bottom." Core Hiunples show that the oil, wlrlch at top of the zone is. almost pure gasoline, becomes heavier as greater dejkh is attained, this a.lso being a characteristic of the great Kettleman North Dome field. ^^^ 1000 Feet Southwest The new project is Shell's Stevens A-6C well, located 1000 feet southwest of the producer which opened up the new Ten Section field west of Old River. After striking the top of the oil- bearing formation 50 feet higher than In the discovery well, Stevens A-B6 this morning had been drilled to a total depth of 8142 feet, with the end of the productive sand not yet In night. The zone already uncovered is said to be comparable in thickness to the prolific Wagonwhoel zone of the North Belrldgo field. During the water shut-off test on casing cemented at 7760 .feet,* it Is reported, pressure was so S^eat tljat' the well began to flowland had to bs shut in. '' . /;••:•" . ;.;. ; Many Prospects' ! Geologically, It Is asserted, possibilities opened by the well' are staggering, since the oil zone occurs In the upper Miocene or Santa Margarita formation, which lies above many formations that arc productive at various fields in the valley, such as the Temblor zone at Mt. Poso, Round Mountain and Kettleman Hills fields and the Eocene'at North Belrldge. ,Hliould these deeper formations be found productive, and at depths attainable by present drilling equip- mgnt, the Ten Section field may evolve into one of the greatest producing areas in the world, it is pointed out. •»• Negro Sentenced to County Bastile Al Boyce Brown, a young Negro, was ordered to the county, jail for one year und put on probation for a three-year period by Presiding Judge Erwin W. Owen today. Brown had pleaded guilty to having possessed and transported Indian hemp. After sentence had been passed Attorney Morris Chain-, representing the defendant, asked the court to reconsider the sentence pn a basis of the good record of the defendant prior to the offense. "I want it understood that there will be no 30 days' sentences for crimes of this sort when T am on the bench," Judge Owen said. "If wo don't stop this sort of thing they will bo scattering their poison all over America." The court refused to reconsider the case at the request of Mr. Chain. Union Cemetery la a NON-PROFIT CORPORATION, which means that all income coes into the Cemetery treaaury. , It la conducted for the benefit of the public and not for Individual profit. •s 40% of the sales of this Cemetery goes into thp Per- petual'Care Fund to Insure Perpetual Care Office <tt the Cemetery Telephone 2237 Chihuahuas Beware! Bastile to Be Built for Whiskerless Ones B IG Whisker Fred Nlghbert in a survey of Bakersfield today made a startling discovery. Fully half the male populace Is flouting his September 1 edict that they must grow beards or else. The Big Whisker began the survey by looking In the mirror and realizing that he had shaved his own muttonchops off In a moment of absent-mindedness. So the chief Whlskerino today Issued his second edict of the. current fiscal year: Every Chihuahua caught on the streets of Bakersfield after September 28' will be subject to Immediate ar- rest and Imprisonment In a cage to be constructed for the purpose, and must pay such fine for his release as the kangaroo court shall decide. "And," threatened the Big Whisker, "that goes double for Mayor George E. Wilson." Officers of the East Bakersfield kangaroo court have already been appointed. They are Judge Al Heltzman and Sheriff Jim Shurley. Big Whisker Nlgh- bert Is now conducting a search for the two biggest and brawniest Whlskerlnos In Bakersfield to serve in similar positions on the west side of the city. Nine Police Officers Take Lieutenancy Examinations OF TAJLCALLED Peter F. Duff, One of First West Side Merchants, Is Victim of Operation (Special to The CaHJornian) TAFT, Sept. ID.—Peter F. Duff, ono of Taft's first merchants and former mayor of this city, passed away last night at Santa Barbara Hospital following an operation performer last Wednesday. Duff had resided and had been employed at Santa Barbara for tho past several months. Mr. Duff, born September 30, 1875. at Warsaw, 111.; canio to Taft'in tho early • days' and operated a men's store for a, lopg period of years, Surviving Mr. 'Duff are his widow, Mrs. Maud Duff of Santa Barbara; ono daughter, Mrs.:,Nadlno Peak of Santa Barbara; a'grandchild at Santa Barbara; two brothers, John and Sydney Duff, both of San Francisco, and four sisters. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Charles T. Holland funeral home, Santa Barbara, with Interment in tho Santa Barbara cemetery. 4 • * Republicans Will Meet in New York (Amoelatfd Prest Lcaicd Wire.} NEW YORK, Sept. 15.—With the announced purpose, of capitalizing upon the Maine victory, Republican leaders from 17 eastern states will meet at the eastern division headquarters hero Thursday to preparo plans for closing weeks of the campaign. The conference was called by Representative Joseph W. Martin, Jr., eastern dlvisioVi campaign manager, who said tho Republican victory in Maine "points the way over which a majority of tho states will follow on November 3." National eommltteeman and com- mltteewomen and state chairmen from Maine to Florida will participate In tho conference. State Warrant to Go Three Per Cent (A»»ociated Prcm I,ea»vri V'trc) SACRAMENTO, Sept. 15.—The era of the 3 per cent Htato warrant has arrived, Controller Ray L. Rlloy announced today. A year ago California had to pay C per cent to sell Its paper. Tho controllrr will offer for Halo September 22, $130,000 of 3 per cent warrants for Yuba river flood control and debris dam project. The Interest Is 1 nor cent lews than was required to market the last regi«- tered warrant Issue only a few weeks ago. GETS LIKK TEKM LOS ANGELES, Sept. 15. (A.-T.) Superior Judge Charles W. Fricko sentenced Nathan Relcln and Leo Sampson today to life Imprisonment In Han Quentln on their pleas of guilty to murdering Isiulore Horllck, a grocer, In a holdup April 21. 4 « * BABY "ONK IX A THOUSAND" BELLEVILLE, Kan., Sept. 16. ttJ. P.)—When Murcla Ann Bowling,/the Infant daughter of Mr. and <Slrs. Clarence M. Bowling, was born aha became "one baby in a thousand." Baby Jiarcla Ann was born with two lower teeth—an occurence which doctors say happens one* in a thousand births. SERVICES FOB BADS' Graveside service* for Baby Sweeten,,Infant son of Mr. and Mre. liar- old *ir; Sweetsn,; Bakorsfield. wcro conducted at Union cemetery at 11 o'clock this morning. The infant dlod yesterday at a.- local hospital. Hopson mortuary was in charge of arrangements " TpLBVEN Bakersfleld police officers this afternoon were taking civil service examinations designed to provide an eligibility list for a newly created lieutenancy in the police' department. Officers seeking to qualify for appointment are Inspectors Tom Hlldreth, H. V. Grayson, J. H. Brady and Robert Knight, Motorcycle Officers Ed Walls, Bill Johnson and Phil Flck- ert, Sergeant W. C. Young and Patrolman C. W. Reed. Three to Qualify The three officers finishing highest in tho examinations will be certified by tho civil service commission to Police Chief Bob Powers for appointment. Consisting of both written and oral ^questions concerning police practice and procedure and criminal law, the examinations were begun at 1 o'clock this afternoon. The quiz was being conducted under tho direction of George F. Hughes, T. K. Klipstein and C. L. Gibson, members of tho police department civil service commission. Results of the examination will bo known tomorrow. It was Indicated. Expect Early Action Immediate appointment ot tho new lieutenant from among the top ranking candidates is anticipated, although the chief of police is not necessarily obliged to make the appointment. Police Chief Powers haa yet to announce the duties of tho new officer. Today's examinations were open only to those who have served on tho police department for three years or more, *« • Court to Rule on Landon Opponents (Attociatcd Prcim Lcaicd Wire) TOPKKA, ICas., Sept. IB.—Tho Kansas Supreme Court weighed today tho question whether Governor Alf M. Landon is to havo only two or possibly six rivals for the nine presidential electoral votes of his borne state. The Republican candidate's only rivals now arc President Roosevelt and Norman Thonmfc, Socialist nominee, but three others have been denied places on the general election ballot by Secretary of Slate Frank J. Ryan. Electors pledged to two of them— Representative William Lcmko, of North Dakota, Union party nominee —asked the court to order their names inserted on the ballot. On tho court's ruling will depend the fate of electors pledged to another Kansan, Earl Browder, Communist party candidate, and possibly those favoring IJr. U. Leigh Oolvln and John W. Alken. Prohibition and So- clallst-Labur party candidates, respectively. 4 « • Miss Anabel Hulme Entertains Clubmen Miss Anabel Hulme, talented Bak- crsfleld flutist who is to leave Monday for New York to enter the well- known Julllard School of Music, gave a recital of four selections for the entertainment of the Bakersfield Exchange Club at luncheon today in El Tejon hotel. Mlsa Hulme was Introduced by her father, the Reverend Charles Hulme, and waa accompanied by Mrs. Pearl Smith. She played "Schoen Rosmarln" (Krelsler), "Andalouse" (Pessard), tho sprightly "Tambourine" (Uo*sec) and Friml's "Indian Love Call" from Rose Marie, exhibiting finished technique In her mastery of the instrument. Miss Hulme ha« spent the •ummer studying In the south. OREGON VOLCANOES BEND, Ore., Sept. IB. (U. P.)— Evidence of more volcanic activity la found near hero In tho upper Doschutes river country and th» lava cast forest in the Paulina foot' hills than In any oth*r part .of th« world, thinks John K. Do*rr, Jr.. Crater Lak* National Park SHOOTINQ CA8E- Co-q.rdinating Council to Open Consideration of Plunge Projects PLAN OTHER TOPICS Civic and Service Groups to Hear Reports Anent Recreation Plans OPONSOHED by tho Bakersfleld ^ Co-ordinating Council, a dinner meeting will be held Thursday evening, September 24 In th« Spanish ballroom of Hotel El Tejon. To give further attention to the matter of procurrlng municipal plunges for Bakersflold and to consider other mattors concerned with a comprehensive city-wide recreational program will be objectives of tho meeting. Paul Newell, president of tho council, who has called the meeting today invited representatives of all civic and service clubs, churches, P. T. A. groups find other organizations interested in community welfare to attend. John L. Compton, director of the city-wide summer recreation program will present a report, and Raymond L. Cross, chairman of tho Kern County Co-ordinating Council will speak on the new plans for recreation activities throughout the county. Anyone Interested In attending the dinner is aflkcd to telephone the R. .T. Symmes Office, or Mr. Newell at 858. Disintegration Is j Narrowly Avoided | V IRGIL ANDREWS, 35, today could give thinks he was all In one place, even though he was looking out from behind the bars of Kern county jail and facing a charge of drunk driving. He collided with a truck on Cottonwood road late yesterday afternoon. It was n Shell Oil Company geophysical research truck—loaded with dynamite. LEATN S CONDITION IS GRAVE; QUIZ REVEALS ASSAILANT SNOT ARM FIRING AT BARTENDER j TF HOWARD LKATH, 60-year-old TafJ bartender, dies of the shotgun TC ni?I?I?I>1>E<n i wounrt in llls 8lomncl1 - Mrs - Margaret McClintock, 50. will be named lo UCjf KiKKCtU las his murderer. Such was the pronovincement todny of District At- j torney Tom Scott, who yesterday niudc n complete Investigation of the CITY AGAIN LEADS IN 9IBVOUIME Bakersfleld Listed for Third Time us One of Only Five U. S. "High Spots" For tho third successive time, Bakersfleld Is listed by Korbe« Magazine as one of the best places In the United Htates for concentrating sales efforts, for collections, and other aggressive operations of business. Bakersflold Is a sales high-spot, the magazine saya, or rather, an important part of one of tho five outstanding sales-spots In the United States today. Neighboring cities which are included in tho same "spot" are Los Angeles, Calif., Fresno, Calif., Phoenix, Ariz,, Han Bernardino, Calif., Santa Barbara. Calif., Tucson, Ariz., and Grand Junction, Col. The four other high-spots center around Chicago, Detroit, Indianapolis and Buffalo. All of these districts are chosen for special mention by Forbes because in them business is farther ahead of last year than in any other territories containing 1,000,000 or more population. For the territory which IncludesjHakersfield, th n median gain over loal year Is 28.5 -per cent. High School Boys and Girls Cup t uru Many .Awards in Variety of (Events Kern county high school students maintained their long string of victories at tho California state fair. aa student draftsmen received first sweepstakes, seven first places, and five second places In the architectural and machine drawing compc- I tltion, it wns learned today. In tho j home economics department, Bakers- 1 field students also scored heavily, ' with four first places and nine second places. Tho Htudonts and their Individual ratings nre: Arko Mochizukl, first, j and Dwight Anderson and Kllsworth j Dungan, second, In tho iirchltectural drawing section; and In the machine drawing section Hugh Fife.. Irving Combs, Kenneth Adams, Roosevelt Pollock and Hnssell Mlatt received ' firsts, wbllo Klmer Klsbey, Mllford Morales and also Hugh Fife and Russell Illatt received seconds. In tho sowing division tho follow- i Ing girls scored: Katherlne Atkins, I Virginia Cutland, llosemiirlo Ollll, j Dalsey Ajlck, firsts; and Anna Landes, Angelena Leyva, ISdna Done), Loretta Thompson, Fusae Take- niura, Juno Kofahl, Mnry Amano, Gall Pathe and Jean Hench, seconds. « • » Transport Lines Fete Tejith Year (Attoe(atrd I'rem LrntrA Wire > LOH AN010LKS, Hept. 15. ..... The tenth anniversary of Pacific coast transport aviation was celebrated today. United Air Lines operated a special commemorative trip from Han Diego to Beattle, carrying an air mall cachet noting th>> occ.uslon. Pacific Air Transport, which later became a unit of United Air Lines. started operations Heptmnber 15, with an air mall contract to link California, Oregon and Washington. It had five single-motored secondhand airplanes to fly a route without Intermediate landing fields. Pilots were their own weather observers, meeting conditions of each flight as they were encountered. WPA Head Asks RCV1VH1 ! shooting Sunday night In the Pioneer buffet at Toft. Loath is still in .. T1 . . . ,-, 1 B critical condition nt Wnst Sldo Hospital, his abdomen torn bv a charge Ot rrojOCl IO t.OVer |ob bird shot flriMl at point blanks — range with a .410 gauge "pistol type" .shotgun. A N ORDINA7irir~n8lnhH(ihlnir ai Mrs ' M^llntook. hlH alleged , , . establishing n; n88a || lmt , n lao IB remaining at the code of fair competition in tho ; , IOB ,, Un ,. although her wounds are not considered serious. Mrs. Mo- Cllntock is said to have wounded East Side Canal dry cleaning business was presented tn'tlio city council last night with a petition signed by SO per cent of tho. local cleaners, who asked adoption of the code. Action was deferred one week to permit the city attorney to study the proposal. Tho threatened competition of n Low Angina concern which Intends to solicit denning and takn It south,' wher*» wngi's are depressed by severe jcumpptltion, was given orally ns the reason for the cleaners movo. They would establish a maximum 48-hour w«M>h, hire PPI-HOIIS over 10 only, guarantee- employes tho right to or- Kunlzo. HP! minimum wugus from »za to $3. r > In the- tlirr.Tont clusslflcn- Uons, cstabllKh buslnons hours from 6:30 n. m. to S p. m.. and codify standard rntrs for (Moaning. Canal Covering [ Fred L. tlribblp. Kern county ! ON GRAVE herself In shooting Leath, part of" the charge having grazed her left arm. Loath, witnesses said, took i Moil Illld Woman FtlCC Count HIP RUIV away from the woman and r . . .. nit clubbed nor to ihp floor ol Assisting Hob Long i „ , I>(> '"', M " (|V(>1 , v ' After Bank Holdup Investigators HUrtbultnl tho shoot- ' 1 : Virgle A lion nnd Loath Is doolatvcl to have told nll «'Kodly .-uislntod Bob Long. Marl authorities bo louiuvl his autnmobtlit copa bank robbery suspoot, In c« to II|H daughter Siimlay aftornnon, raping from authorities at Sn!lnfi< and that Mrs. Mrl'Unlock borumu . today " Infurlittod with him boeuuw> of tills. Sho witlkod Into Ilio bur whoivi woro nrrnlKiiod boforo Kiowarl Mntjoo. on oburgoo of ald- Ix?nth waa employed Sunday evening, tho small Khotguu conepalotl between ihe pugen ol u nmKiir.lno. ' \vllnenHe» declared. She ordered u "Coca I'oln highball." It WHS reported, and UN l.eutb prepared the drink, leaned UCI-OHH the bur uitd fired at oliiHo rntiKo. The charge of -•* •» A , . '»»!>-*. «»v ln.r-.' lllllf^C. I 111- A\I'A director, revived lh« delayo,! , , pfttl „„.„ „ m nf ,„„ r.™JT!l,..^^. r "^!l n A,'^..- H ' d «l«n.l B ™««l her arm betor iro entering Camil whore It crosses Unker street. ]. r(lU , „ body.'<ie,.«rdlng"to "inve'riu- <>"""M>tod Marloopn ban 1 he project hud prevlovisly been galO rK. Federal officers nrc here, reportedly City Defendant in LicenseJPee Suit The Valley Laundry & Dry Clean- Ing Company bos filed a complaint against the City of Bakersfleld seeking to restrain tho city from collect- Ing a $300 license fen under ordinance 891, new series. Tho complaint, prepared for the plaintiff by Attorney W. E. James, alleges' tho ordinance is discrimination and utilizes class legislation. Thn plaintiff soeks a temporary restraining order against the city and asks that It bo made permanent after tho hearing. Recently another license ordinance of the city was held unconstitutional after a lost in tho Appellate Court, where the cane was taken by Brlttim & Mack, representing a local client. postponed because of a shortage ot carpenters on VVJ'A rolls, but Mr. (Jrlbble mild other projects now nehr- Ing completion will rolcnso the nnc- essiiry labor. The city engineer and city innnugi'r wcro Instructed by tho council to confer with tho WPA engineer and report next week on coBt estimates und Nlruetural di-tnllH. OrdlimnccH t'pheld Reversing his stand of last week. Councilman Alfred Slemnn moved 1 for tho repeal of ordlnnnc<> 482. gov- e.rnlnii lh« l!cennlnjj of entorlnln- mont, and tho paNmige of a subHtl- tuto ordinance prohibiting permits for diiiu-lng where, liquor Is noId. Councilman Walter J. Knmlnski also I reversed himself when be voted no, the measure losing with tin? no votes of Councilman Kainlntikl, Hrnlth, Sollers und Wilson. Mr. Ulst joined Mr. Hlcmon. Heavy Rains Fall in Central Texas Oil Man Arrested for Grand Theft Robert Campbell, Lost Hills oil worker, today wiis held by Bilkers- field police on a charge of grand theft ftfter he allegedly picked the pocket of a fellow worker to the extent, of $9" in currency. James A. Heaven, of Shell Oil Company's "40" camp at Lost Hills, charged Campbell with picking bis pocket at the Silver Moon bar hero last night. II. C. Wilde, another oil worker, nssertodly witnessed the thefl. Tho arrest wiis mude by Patrolmen J, H. J^ousbury and F. X. Herons of ItHkcrsfleld police department. * « » Worker Recovering After Losing Hands Fnxactno Jonquil). 112, employe of tho Joe Volordo ranch on Kern Island road, today wax reported recovering at Kern Ocncrnl Hospital from Injuries received when bo fell Into a mowing machine yesterday and suffered amputation of both 1 hands. I'rm l,ranc<t \\'(r«) DALLAS. Texas, Sept. 15.— Torrential ruins swept a large nection of central Texas last nlghi und today with every regular TCXIIH weather reporting station except two recording some precipitation. Deluges at Hnn Angela and Hock Springs of nearly 12 Inches sent tho Concha and Nueceii rivers on ram| pages. Snn Angelo's rnln was the heaviest in more thiin 40 yearn. Water blocked highways and canceled rail schedule. An unofficial report of U) Inchr.s at- Chrlstoval augmented fenrs of a noiith Concho flood. I' put ream from ITvaldo tho Nuoces river rose Hi feel. IIIK and nlMMUng a criminal. Their preliminary examination WUK sot for (H-tolvr :' nt 10 o'clock, and they were remanded to custody of Sheriff F.d f'biinipne.Ms In HI.-U of ball, fixed nl J5000 each. rnderwheriff Roa I'ylf said no new d^vi'lopinentM have m Ison In tl-.<- sheriff* office Investigation '"' HSHcrtnd cnnni;cll<.>n with th.- bank holdup gators. Mrs. Falls- to Tnlli Mct'llnloch has mudo no statement concerning the .shooting, officers waId. A Tuft police officer Bald Mrs. McCllntock sow I^rilb for u moment lifter both hnd been taken to Went Side Honpltiil for treatment. "Aren't you dead yet. yon —?" she Is declared to have linked. Loath, according to hospital i»t- tnches. spent u fairly rest fill night, but the outcome of blK wound will not bo known for myvi-rol dnyx. 4 « » , .studying the man's pnsslbla connec- | lion with the previous tnnll robbery ut Tupinnn. City Personals Bits of News Stockmen to Hear U.S. Grazing Head F. R. Carpenter, United Suites director of grazing, will be in Uakers- field next .Monday. September 21. to moet with cattlemen and sheepmen of Kern county und the southern pnrl of the valley. It was announced todny by Art Alexander of Onyx. president of the Kern County Cattlemen's Association The tlmo and place of the meeting have not yet been arranged, but will be announced Inter this week. Mr. Alexander urged thiit all sheep and cattle raisers of the county, und particularly all eommllteemen, IK- present. Kxtenslon of the soil conservation program of the federal government to the slock raising industry was announced last week by Secretary of the Interior Harold L. Ickes and its application is expected to 1«> the sub, ject of Mr. Carpenter In his visit ihere from Washington. I). C. ' Mr. Alexander him also called a Hakorsflold Lions In their lunch- oon meeting tomorrow will honr Frank Horpkohl. Uakersfield chorn- 1st nnd i\ gradunlc of tho .Stanford University department of chemixlry, «pouk on "Clunnlstry and how It af- •fools tho Hnn Joaquln valley." Les-, „_,,,.„ ,, , . , c'haLan" 11 " 1 ^_^ 1 - ''-^-l^'^'MV^rp^eV' Minn Xudlo Saeckor, socrotur)" to. City Manager Fred Nlghberi. ban I nicftlng of the calf uiiotlun commit returned fmni bor vacation, spent tWMnc> " rro1 " lll ° * lx tll*'H«-ts of the vlHltlnK rolntlvcH In Hunlii Cruz, i lfern County iVutlonimrs Assocla- visiting relatives In Simla Htockton and Sacramento. High School and Junior College Enrollment Double Decade Ago rXACTLY doubling enrollment t- figures of 10 yean ago *nd topping flrrt-day registration of last year by 228 students, the Kern County Union High School and Junior College boasted a total student population of 3709 today, Of this number, 3260 are enrolled In tht high school as compared to 3032 'the first day last year; and the junior college has enrolled 639 students as compared to 660 a year ago. The slight decrease In Junior college registration will probably be overcome by next week, ft Is reported. H. A. Splndt, principal of the Iocs I high school, estimated today that there probably will bo a total enrollment of 3400 high school students and 600 Junior college students by October 1. Seek Identity of Abandoned Infant HtKicinttil I'mm l.rntfd \\'lrt> OAKLAND, Hept. 15.—Identity of a newly horn'girl, found undor a clump of Implies, was sought by police here today. Inspector P. W. Jewell, who said tho luiby was apparently born and abandoned at the sp<it utraut eight hours before being discovered, reported no clue in the search for the mother. IJr. I5ol>crt F. Thnyer, dentist, called police after lieu ring ft-oble, kitten-like cries coming from the bushes !ienr the backyard of hla home. They discovered tho 7-pound baby i wrapped In a tijwi'l and paper sack. { Physicians at Wit- Children's Hospital ! »ald tho buby was normal und will ; live di-splto the lack of care during : Its first lew hours of life. '' tlon, to IK> bold at 2 o'clock Wednesday aftornoon In Itooin 1, Profcs- RenldcntN of the county that havn slonal building. not roglstorod or that have cbnnged . •* • • 'nddrecocH Nlnco la^t rcgtMtomd, • Tvf«n« T i • f Hhould rfglstor for tbo grneral oloo-1 Wl I lip lATlKlTlC! 1C tl,m on November 3, Ueglstratlon i TT 1U1C JC1HV1I1& 1& will be cloned on September 24. Thono ' that voted nt the primary election ; and thiit have not changed addressed \ neo.d not ror<?glBlcr. | An urgent request to locate Willie „. ,, _ , ~ ' Jenkins. Ix-lteved to bo In this city. Chnrllo nrlckley, fnmoiiB Harvard j was received at police headquarter* football rapiain of 20 yearn ago, was j today. A telegram, signed bv Jena BakornfleM vUItor y«nt«rday. call- j kins' undo, Jlrn Jpnkims. stated that tho iioverend William IS. Pat-1 wililo Jenkins' fathor is sorlously 111 '"' ' ' " at 1125 Kast Washington. Los Ange- Sought; Father 111 rlc.k. llrlcklev Is motoring from tho cunt with his two stalwart sous, Charles, Jr., and Bud. Oklahoma Services Slated for Matron The body of Mrs. Ruth Baker, 3d, who died September 11 at a local hospital, was sent yeaterday evening to Hapulpu, Okla., for funeral service*. 8he wits a native of Uoonvllle. Mo., and had redded in Bakersfleld only a month. Khc is survived by j her himband. John Baker; her par-; |*>ntn, Mr. and Mm. A. J. Sheldon of i Oklahoma; and m-vrrtil brothera und nlnterH In tho middle we*t. nickln- Ker-Blgipr rhapej xva« in charge of urnuigi'moritB. Meehan Drops Out j of Assembly Racej (Vnittd I'rm htaurd Wire I \ OAKLAND, sepi. ir>.—n«nry p. j M<-»han, an*emblyinan from thu j •eventconth dlntrlct, today hnd withdrawn hU candidacy for ppincw^ratlc i Htato chairman In favor of Clifford j C. Angllm. louder of tho Roosevelt- , Garner campaign In California. Me«-1 ban Mold he hud noted "an effort ' won being made to place our party ' organization In California under Republican dominance." "Under such clrcumntancen," lu> | aald, "I do not bqllevo then) BluiuM bi- a division among Llh«tmi and: Progressive Democrats Hgulntit the commun foe. Accordingly t utn withdrawing in favor of a devotwl' Demucrut, a truu Liberal and a real Progressive, Clifford C. Angllm," i Jteporta here vald that Domocrata opposed to the Senator William Me- : , Adoo wing of the |>arty w«re rally les. The telegram added that th« father recently arrived In txis Angeles from Barnum, Texas. behind Sheriff Daniel Murphy of \ San Francisco to beat Angtlni, a McAUoo follower. ; WOM/1N FALLS' 1»K<\O VENICE, Sept. 15. (A. P,)~Mr». Ixum Click, 72, fell. dead today 'as she wus wading in tho ocean. Her friend, Mr*. .Roao Mieklcr, drags**! her out of the water. SALE OF MONUMENTS Sept. 1 to Sept. 15 SOME AT LESS 'THAN WHOLESALE All Greatly Reduced MANY DESIGN'S TO CHOOSE FROM ED. HELM Monument* EIGHTH ANU BAKER l'bou« 130

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