The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 22, 1936 · Page 17
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 17

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Tuesday, September 22, 1936
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^$^$3.^-*^ V6m^ '> •;'. :^/K?3J!^ • J ."" j • . ^ ?— ' - .- ,-•-"• ,--•..; J- V ,>•/!''. V.JJ - - " ..•-''.:-' i . -.' -- - ii v* v- - . . , J . .- , • ' - ' • • * i TJ*« . i • L •. AS FORMER QUEEN VISITED ILL $ON—-Victoria Eugenie, for mer queen of Spain, is snapped arriving at hospital in New York to visit her son, Count Covadortga. suffering from haemophilia (a bleeding disease) The former queen is separated from former King Alfonso AS GAS GRENADES AND SHELLS L being routed in the town's streets by a OF LETTUCE PICKERS—Strikers in lettuce fields near Salinas, Cal., are seen e of gas grenades and shells. One man was shot, others wounded during the clash; American Legion men were called to join sheriffs deputies. HENRY FORD IN farm in an exhibit 5 AN "INDOORS" FARM—Henry Ford, arrow pointing, inspects the Firestone building at tho Great Lakes exposition, Cleveland. Mrs. Ford, in black, and Mrs. John Rumney, at extreme right, of Detroit accompanied Mr, Ford. i?®?;^3' : TOKWP ^ISSSSSS n^ <n->v .^*L _ _ »Vi i ,s'.x<"*v •' mm i- tM^m x _^^^H h • 4 | i - ^ ri •' : A*--Va: .--.t --w* REBEL LEADER GIVES RING TO CAUSE-As members of his staff look on, General Cabanellas £ u? ca /' d ! t P/ OVIslonal President of the Spanish rebel organization, donates a ring to a collection of ( gold objects to be converted into money for the rebel movement Tho scene U at rebel headquarters in Burgos, Spain. t^ii-'-^''''^ 1 .^ 1 * •'-. : 'v r?W7M-:;_•>» ^-n>-'^:5 y A v: '*v&> ^ ; ^:% fc- ,'T * S'.v'v ^' \- •:-. *'V --J !-v-T '^ >",.% : ^^^^^i'^iy^^j 3 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 playmates by throwing herself into the path of their sled at a grade crossing as a train approached. A ^STRIKE" FOR GEORGIA'S GOVERNOR-ELECT—Assisted by Ida Simmons, world champion woman bowler. E. D. Rivera, victorious Democratic candidate for governor of Georgia officiates at the opening of the bowling season In Atlanta by rolling a "strike" with his first ball. ^af^ip './>„*!' ^•tovi'^'>'.r.ii' T >E*rv.*, &ws&»r y&&tift»Sv PPP llii w^e^'? in K$@A&&& wM'^wsSR* tlwii^ ife^^^j; ii^^K ^ >ri^« »»•- • i 1^ im wTFi 1 -?: 1 i^-^ BID «are ago/when he naiii Butler Gutnneia, LoeJ Guinness makes a new bid GOT A JMILWON OF THEM, SENATOR! 1 ^ That's what Jimmy PUninte^ aUfilnd scrten comedian, seems to be saying aa he poun cup of tea for U.S. Senator Royal 8. Copland of New York on bofird thlp a* they returned to the United States. Senator Oope* returned from ft tour of Palestine. the Lady Isabel Manners xnent in Londox take lh« urtn t , 19S Fashions Fashionable IDEAL FOR AUTUMN — The" charm of this neat frock worn by Marie Wilson, featured film player, is its extreme simplicity. It is of soft green wool, with a bow" of leopard skin at the neckline. The belt buckle also is cove with skin. Accessories are brown. CARUST PRETENDER WHO AIDS REBELS—Alfonso Carloe de Bourbon de Austrta-Est, bet* ter known as Don Carlos de Bourbon, pretender to the Spanisji throne (when there is one), has ordered his followers to Job revolutionary movement to overthrow Uie f Carlos, who now international attention in l^W^ W^FT! W^^^T ^^^ ^w^^p^^^w ^^W T ^v^"^ p "l^^^'^T^^T L • ^^^i when he led a Carliat army to the i '*-. --J #:* ': ."-;• '•\- '?' 't< . ! ^M

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