The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 21, 1936 · Page 15
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 15

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, September 21, 1936
Page 15
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THG DAY'S News PICTURGS • c>;^v:> r.xx, HUNGARIAN NAZI LEADER— This recent photo, taken during a hunt on his vast estate, shows Count Alexander Festetlch. leader of the National Socialist party of Hungary. The count, one of the wealthiest land owners in central Europe, Is a member of the Hungarian parliament and presumably is favorable to the Nazi regime in Germany MONARCHS AT MUFTI—An informal snapshot of King Edward VIII. left, of Great Britain and King Boris of Bulgaria shows them touring Sofia, Bulgarian capital, during the British monarch's recent visit. BIG POTATO CROP I—Growers on this 60-acre potato tract near Welser, Idaho, are harvesting 12,000 sacks of the spuds. This has been a profitable year for potato growers in California and farther cast. BACK TO TOPEKA—Goes Gov. Alfred M. Landon. Republican presidential nominee, after trip to Maine. He is seen shaking hand* with Bill Ellis, engineer who piloted his special train from Chicago toward the Kansas capital. HERR HITLER CALLS THIS HOME—When he isn't busy with Germany's problems, Adolf Hitler, Nazi dictator, relaxes in this home of his on a hill overlooking the village of Oberaalzberg, Bavaria. How TV A Power Is Made A QUEEN AND HER COURT—FOR A COUNTY FAIR—This county fair, however, happens to be for rich Los Angeles county—held at Pomona, Cal. The queen is Angela Ficker. She is surrounded by her court. GRIM TtE FOR YOUTH IN SPAIN- International Youth day In beleaguorjMl Madrid UHe* on a grim nppewanee this year M the top picture shows, youth ia armed with all sorts of weapons for the de- JteiMjC of the Spanish capital In th» lower photo rebel troops are seen resting by the roadside in Be- hoblc. Observe tlie contraa* belweeii tlieae well-arinail seasoned troops and published photon of govern* * ' ENGLAND'S YOET LAUREATE ARRIVES—Mr. and Mm. John Maseflcld are pictured arriving at New York to attend the Harvard triccntennlal celebration at Cambridge, Maw. Mr. Maaefleld, poet laureate of England, has written versed on John Harvard, founder of the university, for the occasion. Cculml I'reas iUtoclttUon, 1936,, D D D 0 D D D D D D D 0 D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D 0 D D D D D D D D Q D D D D D D D D D D D D D 0 D a 0 a D D D D a D a o D 0 D Q a D 0 0 0 Control room at Wlliton dam power houne at Muscle ShoaU, Ala., on the Tonneitace river. Power IK relayed to cusiumcrH throughout Bcvernl Mate* for n» low BH BO cents a month. Huge generators at WlUon dam which produce the TV A power being used for a rural electrification program on which similar development* may be needed. 5-, • > « « ' i' j f -. , It* <***,-"' ' Ploture«(|ue view of 8plllwayH at AVll*on dam which i» one of » neriet of dams In the Tenne*»e« bAHln designed to prevent erosion and provide rural power. D D D D a D D D 0 D D D D D D 0 D D D D D D a a D D D a D a D D D Q D D D D Q D D D D D a a a D D D D a! D D a a a o o a a a D a Fashions of the Fashionable CORONATION MOTIF — Influ- encc of the forthcoming coronation of King Edward Vin of Great Britain, is apparent in this wrap shown at a fur fashion exhibition in London. The Elizabethan collar Is of mtnerva and crimson velvet, beautifully embroidered in gold to represent the national emblems, the rose, thistle and shamrock. PROUD OF MOTHER-While hi* ocean-Hying mother wa*« being feted in the United State* aft*r her successful east-west solo Right across the Atlantic, seven-' year-olU GftraJd, $&rkham. eon of Mrs. ' Beryl Markham, proudly, awaited her return to Lomton,

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