The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 18, 1936 · Page 21
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 21

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Friday, September 18, 1936
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-s. *• .1 L - , , - \ • I. ,. I I / . m ses of in Autumn Fashion Parade mm * F'> Tapestry evening wrap for formal wear. metallised silk with laco mantilla. Red velvet with black lace mantilla. Black broadcloth dinner mitt. b r I , - I . . F I ' • 1 ff m ml 11 » — - - - — — — — — I • • H • —^•—^^•-• m SUCCESS STORY—Virtually unknown two years ago, Lum and Abner of radio fame, Join the ranks of highly-paid entertainers as they sign a two-year contract which will pay them $355,000. Present upon the signing of the contract In Now York, are, left to right, A. D, Lasker, advertising company official; Norris Goff (Abner); Chester Lauck (Lum), and William Horlick, 91-year-old sponsor. PUSH KIDNAP SEARCH—Fear that 20-month-old Harry Browe of Detroit might have been mur- dcr?d led officials to search alleys and rubbish piles for the body of. the baby who disappeared while in the care of His two brothers, Edward and Charles, above, while they had him out* EIGHtY MILES TO THE GALLON J-Deslgned to sell for approximately WOO, a new low-priced car seen beside a standard model, makes its debut in London, The cur is eight feet long, tLc feet six inches wide, has a two-and-one-half horsepower engine and is capable of I speed of 40 miles ^ hour Gas consumption is said to be 80 miles to the gallon. HB WILL SUCCEED TALMADGE—Final vote count in Georgia primary shows Speaker H. D. Rivera, above, of the state house of rep- resentatlves, a two-to-one victor for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination over his chief opponent, Charles Redwine, supported by Gov. Eugene Talmadge. Talmadge. himself, persistent critic of the New Deal, was defeated for the senatorial nomination by Senator Richard B, Russell, Jr., in approximately the same ratio* ft:.': •AV. f •- -•>* ' -' \ :•*,'• HER TOE STEPPED ON—During the annual Miss America contest at Atlantic City, someone stepped on "Miss Cincinnati's" toe. Infection followed and the .beauty, Miss Dorothy Duncan, [above, was taken to a hospital but she remained in the contest. ^^^^ r ft * • K •• • A • — i : L __ kmwj?' *!',*V m IB mm $£&**&£$ J .'••- "PARAMOUR" AND "EVERYMAN"~Portrayed In the ancient mor allty drama "Everyman" by Leone Sousa and George Huston at per formanccs in Hollywood Bowl. Th 10-lon German flying boat, blazing a trail across the Is pictured arriving at Port Washington, N, Y.. following u s, where it wa« catapulted from the deck of the ateamship Schwaben* by a Gorman concern, Deutsche Lufthansa, in co-operation with Pan* can Airwavs. British TmnoHut Airwnv. «n/i AI« BRAKP|pl>?-^R«p6rted by witnesses to have been branded end tortured by }ur huabi^d whom ah« i« alleged to ha,ve stubbed to death, Mr** Edna Smith testifies at an inquest in Chicago. WIN TUB PART BUT--John Howwd l»ayne, brunette film actress, pic- ere In an active moment on a Hollywood studio lot, admit a romance The two m«t when Payne WA* utted f or A role opposite MJM Leeds, which demanded they kiss freely for several hundred feet of mm. He didn't get the pfwt—but he seems to have rotten tUc girl* • NEW HOME ^ OF KAWON8 palace oC the Here to an excellent exterior view of the newly-completed - o* NAUona At Geneva 8wtU«rlAnd^ MOTHER MISSING AND FATHER IN JAIL—With their fAther In jail And Uiolr mother missing after leaving a note saying. "Life hoida nothing for me And I'm through*" these ftve youngsters face a dismal future. They are the children of Elmer and Bernice Pace of Chicago and range in age from three'to. ten. Central Frew Awoci *?'. ¥P *.v*\*Ci •V .' - J' _ i i -'! 1 L _ - " f l f ; r ' ^ I • - • , • . 4- - , - ^ » ,^ *. r \ -. m ~ J - "• r • TX>-«" J 7 — i •' *- -'. . - •. ^ -ni v , V/x-'i ' • ' \ L M f - • 1, - I •- X V r- , . - ' * * , -- • - . . •_ - \' , • • • . . h - -^ ' .1 ' • - :•• ,- ' • " " •'' .-\ •' - ^ . -. - - • . . •"' \

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