The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 22, 1936 · Page 15
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 15

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Tuesday, September 22, 1936
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AS FORMER QUEEN VISITED JLL SON—Victoria Eugenie, for mer queen of Spain, is snapped arriving at hospital in New York to visit her son, Count Covadonga, Buffering from haemophilia (a bleeding disease) The former queen is separated from former King Alfonso AS GAS GRENADES AND SHELLS ROUTED CROWD OF LETTUCE PICKERS—Strikers in lettuce fields near Salinas, Ca being routed in the town's streets by a barrage of gas grenades and shells. One man was shot, others wounded during the clash; Legion men were called to join sheriffs deputies. HENRY FORD INSPECTS AN "INDOORS" FARM—Henry Ford, arrow pointing, inspects the Fire farm in an exhibit building at the Great Lakes exposition, Cleveland. Mrs. Ford, in black, and John Rumney, at extreme right, of Detroit, accompanied Mr. Ford. Mr; F*^^*Tv<5»^iW*j*w ****^3tf ! 9$ry + •, h -. raemberi of hls 8tftff 16ok u of the Spanish rebel organization, donates a ring to a collection of .gold objects to be converted into money for the rebel movement The scene la at rebel headquarters in Burgos, Spain. YOUNG HEROINE GOES "ON AIR"—Visiting in New York. Kathryn Van Horn, 12-year-old heroine of White Cottage, O., is introduced to the radio audience by Kate Smith, widely-known singer and entertainer. Kathryn, left received national acclaim last winter >vhen she saved the lives of two playntates by throwing herself Into the path of their sled at a grade crossing as a train approached. NEWWDFOR vorce case several years ago/ when ^B ^ ^ ' n. '-.'.., * , . -. - '* j .» ^^f . •" \ as Guinness, Manner*, ment in London i - - t - - .-•-. or •- - ,' '*->-. |l^|;|fi0li^ of a sensational dl, All lOian, son of a In his suit against Joan-Yardley. member of the Brittsh parliament, .'••'^^lii^irt'.''^!!! 1 his flinch the Announcement of their engage- i * _• S*.'-. ' k --, ^ t --" > ^ _ _ J% ^^ .^ . W" • $ tli| Duke sn4 background. His ft fortune In Piti I. ^ •^^•••**-4>:^^^ A W STRIKE M FOR GEORGIA'S GOVERNOR^ELECT—Assisted by Ida Simmons, world champion woman bowler. E. D, Rlv«r» f victorious Democratic candidate for governor of Georgia officiates at the opening of the bowling season in Atlanta by rolling: a "strike* 1 with his first ball, §^^.^^^^«''-^r.%-w.«:-:. ; :^,>.^:V • >; IDEAL FOR AUTUMN — The charm of this neat frock worn by Marie Wilson, featured film play-! cr, is Its extreme simplicity. It is of soft green wool, with a bow of leopard skin at the neckline. The belt buckle also is covered with skin* Accessories are of brown. w»r -irt', •'•wi.4 •.'•-•;!.'•; •>*.•• ! ••!..:*~?.:-..-.-. •--. •-.-.-....^^. ...•i^ A JWIU4QN OF THEM, SENATOR!"-That's what Jimmy * •^4\wd tcraen comedian, seems to 'be saying u he pours a cop of tea for U. 8. Senator Royal S. Copeland of New York on ship as they returnee! to the United States, Senator Cop* J, left, returned from a tour of Palestine* '••'-''. p . . Central Press Association, 193* ^ + s - H * - , CARLIST PRETENDER WHO AIDS REBELS—Alfonso Carlo* de Bourbon de Austria-IDs t, better Known as Don Carlos de BOUT- ban, pretender to the Sp&ni$! throne (when there is one K has ordered his followers to Join the revolutionary movement to over* throw, the present government Don Carlos, who now te ST* international Attention in Car list army to the • p' t. - -> - V - .t ,••!•. 1 I , ' " - >;• 'i* f L .1 " '-•- i '.V..*- VV .^/vA'fV •':• .4 ••-. -•;. i- .s.-.J:*. -~ -'- t * **&•'+* I -f * rLv.t.-.y.-vV.^'^^f.-S'-'.i'v-, -.-• '-•-•• •; • *,?,•',&*.;•• •.-.•:' .'••• ^^-.-".••-.^.(l^iWW'^.'.-i-.X . =...^-.,.v.v V^t-'O "v: 1 . ' -'

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