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Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, September 23, 1936
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'.".''- • I •r . t*v ', S : ', I - F ^ ' Seconds and Thirds Also Garnered by Animals of Kern Farmers ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^F^^^^^^^^F^^^^ r ENTER SHEEP, HOGS Judging of Latter Class Under Way Today at Valley Contest OWEEPING through the junior * livestock division of the Tularo county fair to win nine firsts, five seconds and two thirds in the dairy cattle classes, agriculture students of Kern County Union High School today had won a^ total of $128 in iii j i f premium money and were on their way to further anticipated winnings In the hog and sheep classes. t peorge Dean of Bakorsfleld scored highest In tho first day's judging yesterday, winning two first prizes with hla purebred Guernseys and going on to win first place In dairy cattle showmanship. Enter Hogs, Sheep Korn County Union High School "Aggies" are showing 18 head of dairy cattle, 26 head of sheep and eight heart of hogs 'in tho Tularo county fair, with John L. Knight, member of the agriculture depurt- ment faculty, In charge of the entries. Judging of hogs and sheep in tlie junior division Is in progress today, First place winners in tho junior division will be entered in the open classes, where judging is scheduled to *bcgln tomorrow. Following is a summary of the 1C. C. U. H. S. winnings in both Future Farmer and ,4*H Club classes of the junior division: Senior, yearling heifer class, Loren Yaussy, first. Junior yearling class, George Dean, firsthand Kenneth Frick, second. Junior heifer calf, Kenneth Frick, first. Dairy cattle showmanship, George Dean, first. 'MI Club Awards »JIolstein heifer under one year, Louis Cross, second. Guernsey bull under one year, Bobby Dlckson, first. Guernsey junior yearling heifer, "Wayne Mosely, first, Buddy O'Hare, second, and Loren Yaussy, third. Guernsey heifer under one year, Bobby Dlckson, second and third. Future Farmers Guernsey bulls under one year, George Dean, first, and Richard Me- Clanahan, second. Retired Minister. Claimejlby Death * James Eoaton Claypool, 73, retired Presbyterian minister residing at 397 Decatur street, Oildale, died yesterday at a local hospital. He was a native of Walnut Grove, Mo., und had resided In California 14 years, the past 6 at Oildale. Mr, Claypool is survived by a widow, Mrs. MIllIo Claypool of Oildale, three sons, Emmett, of Orovllle, Perry, of Oildale, and J ames, of Bakersfleld, and five daughters, Mrs. William Young, Wyoming, Mre. May Petty, Corona, Calif., Mrs. Elizabeth Younker, Bloomlngton, Calif., Mrs. Gordlo Alleen. Orange, and Miss Kuby Claypool, of San Francisco, Funeral services will be conducted by the Reverend Mr. Hicks at Flick- Inger-Dlgier chapel at 2;30 o'clock Thursday afternoon, with interment following at Qreenlawn Memorial Park. Union k Cemetery te a NON-PnOFIT COKPO- FION, which means that all income goes Into the Cemetery treasury. U Is conducted for the benefit of the public and not Cor individual profit 40% of the sales of this Cemetery goes into the Perpetual Care Fund to insure f r Perpetual Care Office at the Cemeteri . r Telephone 223? ,W ' r . Stars Arrive Tomorrow It SSI .'-7 .-- -J *':• •• * i •\ Service Clubs Enlisted in Effort to Secure Mail Building CITE OTHER GRANTS -. '- - • > 3 ' m ifc i Montle Montana, western film Idol and three times world's champion roper, and Mrs. Montana, a rodeo queen In her own right, who will arrive here tomorrow from Hollywood to help make Bakersfleld Frontier Days a greater success than ever before. Planning to visit all of the city schools during his stay here and take part in a series of good will tours, Montle will bring his famous movie horse "Rex." Co-ordinating Council Will Resume Activities Thursday ELKS 10 AHENO BIG M. MEET 15 Members of Bakersfleld Lodge Leave Tonight for Oakland Parley Fifteen members of the Bakersflold Kika Lodge will leave tonight for Oakland, where tho annual convention of the California Elks' Association will be held Thursday to Saturday. The officers of the lodge, forming tho degree team, will bear the San Joaquln valley banner, competing as district champions against six other teams for the state title. Members of the team are Charles E. Wakefield, Jr., exalted ruler; A. C. Uhnan. esteemed leading knight; Fred Schwartz, loyal knight; Bert 12. Ream, lecturing knight; Russell Pet- Us, chaplain; Calvin H. Conron. Jr., esquire, and Otto Schilling, inner guard. Others attending the convention will be Howard W. Heskett. secretary; J. O. Reavis, chairman of tho ritualistic committee of the state association, anct the following delegates: N. J. Pickle, Sam Tobias, Dr. R. IS. Schcrb, Sim Dunham, Jr., L. E. Chenoweth and Philip F. Lon- gorlu. A N opportunity for citizens to * rx express their views on community needs and concentrate their energies in developing community welfare projects is afforded through the Bakersfield Co-ordinating Council, which will hold Its first fall dinner meeting of tho season Thursday evening. The dinner will be held at 6:45 o'clock at Hotel El Tejon in tho Spanish ballroom. Tho council, It is explained by* Paul Newell, president, IB mode up of representatives of civic and service clubs, church groups, P. T. A.s, welfare workers and individuals Interested In bettering community environment with nn idea of diminishing juvenile delinquency and promoting civlcally progressive movements, Active Group The local council since its inception a year ago has directed ita chief work to bettering recreational facilities in Bakerafield nnd is continuing its endeavors to obtain municipal plunges for Bakorafield. It lent support to tho Bakorsfiold Recreation Commission In obtaining a clty-wldo recreation program during tho Hummer months. Last Christmas it directed a welfare program that re* suited In the community giving of more than 600 Christmas boskets to needy fiimtlio.H. Further community welfare work will bo discussed at the dinner meet- Ing with a view to correlating the efforts of civic and service clubs, church groups, P. T. A.s and other organizations. Popular Plan Tho popularity of the co-ordinating council plan as a means of public expression and action on tho part of civic-minded groups and Individuate Is attested to by the spread of auch organizations throughout tho United States. Only recently a Kern _ clpal speaker"" a hu"ge"DomocraUc ount c °-° r <N™ l »ig Council has Present Office Center Congested Area City, Aver (Sptcial to The California*) rpAFT, Sept. 23.—Launching of n •'•campaign to have a post office building erected in Taft was voted by the city council at this week's meeting, and Mayor E. C. Emmona was appointed to ask the Kiwanis, Rotary and 30-30 Clubs, the Chamber of Commerce and other civic organizations for their support. The action follows successful culmination of efforts to obtain federal grants for reconstructing Taft Union High School and repair of the city | streets. Congressman Henry E. i Stubbs yesterday telegraphed that $115,000 has been allotted tho school, and $22.000 was reported available for the streets. How much will nc- j tually bo given the city for street work was not learned. L, The post office project comes as a result of crowded traffic conditions, it being difficult, to find parking places near tho present office on Center street. The city council hopes that If a building can bo obtained it will be situated In a less congested area. CITY mm PARKJPIG New Pump Is Purchased for Jastro; Circulation to Be Renovated Democratic Rally Planned^or Taft With Colonel W. B. Ev*ns, prominent Los Angeles attorney, OB prln- rally will be held at the-bincohi School auditorium I night, September nounced today. E. C. Kmmons, chairman of tho Kern County Democratic central committee, will prenldo at the event, which Is being held under Hponsorahip of the Young Democratic club of Tuft, A dinner In honor of Colonel Evans will be held In the Fox hotel at Taft at 6 o'clock Tuesday evo- nlng, immediately preceding tho rally Persona wishing to attend Ihls dinner session are oaked to make reservations by phoning Taft 62. Plaintiffs Beaten in Damage Action No damages for the plaintiff and Judgment favoring the defendant* was the order of Superior Judge H. B. Lambert late yesterday at the conclusion of the civil nutt of Rby* mond Broylen agalnttt B, P. Lee, Ethel Lee and others. Broylea aaked Judgment for $100,000 against th* defendants, alleging he had BUfferod Berious injuriea in an automobile collision near the Grapevine on the Golden State Highway May 3, 1935. Brlttan & Mack, in presenting the caac for the defense alleged contributory negligence on tho part of t|ie plaintiff, Thft trial woa before the court without a Jury, htwn formed to <>' general In Taft Tuesday l )roblemB ln the smaller communltlen 29 It was nn of tne count V- Raymond Cross, chairman of the county council, will be among the B pea kern at tho dinner meeting Thursday night. Uepro- «oniatIvoH will bo In attendance from the Taft Co-ordinating Council. John L. Compton. who directed the recreational program this summer, will present a report on tho results of the activities. Open to Public Anyone IntereBted in attending the dinner who ban not been previously contacted IH Invited to mako dinner reservation* before Thursday noon by telephoning any one of the following me inborn of the executive board of the local council: Mr. Newell, Mm. Minnie Symmes, Mr». 8. A. McC^rmac. Mm. L. B. Nourse, Mm. Ro«6 Armbruater, Mln« Mae Saundera, J. B. HaraUon, John Compton and Claude Johnson, Steamer With 400 Passengers Missing RMY SHIM COMINQ garoo stice isker DRIVER 1 SQUADRON U •ca oou n n n n roo for tu ot url u an huntln 1th n nnou n Stevens Arrcsled PLANNING Aflermalh Crasli Irman at Intersection mm n w CLAIM AUTOIST RAN nn they u thou urn n n warn u n n ose we m un n 1 m n exe <anj_ hose w tail he wea hi u urn Two Other Accidents Arc Reported to Headquarters WILL NAME SIX FDR KERN.H Four Judges Will Pick Slurs lo Represent County on "California's Hour" COUXTY airport will again be the home base for Army Air Corps planes this fall when almost fifty airplanes bolon^inp to the Seventeenth Attack Group onpago in range and bombing practice near I Muroc Dry lako from October 21 tn November IS. I TblH wna announced by Superintendent Cecil Meadows following a j trip south to confer with army chiefs at March Field. Meadows and ; tho Kern County Airport Commission aucceeded In inducing the official* i to renter tho activities of the group here instead of at Long Beach, I Santa Monica nnd t/os Angeles, as the plan was formerly outlined, i The Thirty-fourth Attack Squadron will arrive here for the maneuv- , pr.s, October !M, and Htay until Oc--$ tobor livS. Then It xvtll be replaced i by tho Seventy-third Attack Squad- i ron from October 2S to November : 4, and thin will bo replaced by the ( - Nlnety-fifth Attack Squadron from ; November 4 lo November 11. j Then till three Miuudrnna, com- j posing tho Scivptitiwitth AttnrU group, will return with their Com- ' Purchase of a new pump for a well already existing in J r astro Park, together with improvement of the park piping system to provide complete circulation of water, In scheduled this winter us an economy measure, City Manager Fred Nighbert said today, The present Jastro Park pump IB worn beyond repair arid tho city last month paid the California Water Service Corporation $67.14 for irrigation water. In contrast, tho bill for Beale Park, where a well IB In operation, was only $6.34 exclusive of $3.28 for drinking fountains, and at Central Park for all pur* posea was $18.08. Lowell Park cost $4.73, and Jefferson Park, $4.110. To Repay Costs It IB estimated the pump will cost lest) than $GOO and the plpo laying possibly several hundred dollars more. Eventually It will repay for itself, City Manager Xlghbcrt wild. A new double rest room has boon approved by tho city council for tho park and construction will ho undertaken during the year, provision being made to houso the pump. To Kffeet Having If city plungen are ever built, It is expected to effect a further wiv- Ing by lining the wawto water from Jefferson Park for tho parkways on Boalo avonue, which could bo lrrl» gated by gravity flow. Last month the city paid the California Water Service Corporation $84.88 for Irrigation of these parkways. Trinttun avenue parkways cost $138.91, Unit at Chester and ICighth $9.30 and those on California at D and H streets $21.82. Tho city's total park water bill last month was $380.59. Husky Texan Sent to Jail for Theft Ten ^outstanding Kern radio artists will broiidcaBt over state KlflUN between 9 and D:46'o'clock this ove- ' < and from their number nix will bo rhoson to play and Hing with the "California^ Hour" from Los Angeles next Monday night at 0:30 [ o'clock. Tho K!X winners will bo chosen by four local judges, announced tojlay us follows: Mayor flcorKO 13. Wilson; IT. J. Hurt, high Hchool music director and conductor of the Hakersfleld symphony Orchestra; Ralph K raiser, radio editor of The Bakersflold Call- fornlan; and Keith Collins, manager of radio KKRN. Tho judges will be at a radio away from the Htudlo, and tho broadcast will present the finalists by number only, names being withhold, to Insure impartial judging. Names of tho Hix winners will bo announced us noon OH tho judges reach u decision. . Tonight's 10 flnnllHtH have boon chosen by two "California's Hour" ncoutB from more than 300 Kern county musicians. Ringers, readers and pOBHcsHorH of other talentH who' have thronged tho radio station until late at night on Monday and Tuesday. Frontier Caravan Plans Kern Jaunt mnmlrr, Colonel Cnrlylo \Vash, to maneuver UN n group from November 11 to 18. Karli Hquadron will oonHist of Northrop attack phinew, 18 officers, 105 enlisted m*»n niul 17 motor trims- portM. Sevonil cnrlouds of bombs n ml 50,000 roundH of ammunltou will hero by train. i iWH Nit Id tho now army camp i at tho ulrport han l>oon comptatiMl I and IH roffunled n» tho moftt modern | of UN typo in th»> Htutr. ISvory facility hiiH boon nunlo avallablo for tho visitor* nt tho. airport. It \VIIH rognrdod ns highly probable today that tho pilots will n«- HlHt in tht* ArmlHtlot* day plans hero Novcinbor 11. f 5 man In being hold by Bakers- eld police on a charge of bit and run driving and three, persona aro recovering from injuries n» ro- HUlt of a sorlos of traffic accidents within Bukerafinld city limits during the past 24 hours. in Jail is Joe Stevens, -IS. of 2400 ICdlson highway, unserledly the driver of an automobile Involved in a roUlslai) nt iho intersection of Rumnor ntreet and l r nlon avenn* ut 9:45 o'clock hint night. AVIlHam t>ut- troll, of the Hamilton Motel, llnkem- field, wns driver of tho other mix- chlno. and Chostor Morris, 23, of ?0:> Kentucky street, a paHHontrer In hut- troll's rur, received a sovoroly Incor- ntod oar In tho mishap. Mo. was treated at Kern General Hospital. Report M Car Stolen Vollco avor that Ktovenn jumped from his our and ran from the scene of the accident, later reporting to pollro hendqimrterH that his car hnd boon "stolon." The miin was taken into custody by Miitorcyclo Of floor Stanley Newman. Kenneth Dndonhnff, 1119 Pacific' street, wan reported takon to San ' .Tonquln MoMpltal for treatment fol- i lowing a traffic accident on Golden ] Stale avenue between M and N streets at 7:41 p. m. Injured In OH Mi Mrs. Beatrice Ktovon, of Box 244, mt MlllH, suffered a log Injury in an intorpoctlon crash Involving- her automobile and another driven by Allen Haniey. of Route 3, Ilox 139-A, at tho corner of Twenty-fourth street nnd Chester a**nuo yosteniny. Tho accident wus InvoHtlffated by Motorcycle, Officer 1C. A. Walls. •^^^^^^l^A^^^BI^^^^ • '• " •^"^^^^^^'^^^•^P^F Radio Stations to -nLQVGriIS6 IvOQCOS The Korn Mountaineers, popular ——— ; hillbilly band regularly on radio InvltatloiiH to Join with Kern j K13HN. will broadcast a Frontier county In tho celebration of Bakers- I Hays program over KM.l in Fresno field Frontier Days will be broadcast ! a * 1:1G to 1:45 o'clock Thursday aft- throughout southern California over j ernoon. the program also coming four rudlo slatluiifl tornorruw after- 1 over noon. »HO radio Invitations, prepared by ICd McCMffroy, clmirman of Iho radio committee and fen luring the Southern Htiirs and Newsonsler Bill PERMITS SWAMP Dr. Prlco EdwunlH, of 11 Lnno, HukorHflold, today was ro portoci rooovorlnK at Gallup. Ne Mexico, from Injuries received in an ftutuniubito itcoldont thin wook. Hi» Imn IIWMI julntnl Ihoro by Mrs. I5d- wards. Residences Form Majority of Construction Requested During This Week rity Building Inspector Roy U. Hubluml wiped perspiration from hl8 brow today and settled down for it little rest after issuing permits for $35,945 worth of construction ; on Monday and Tuesday, two of the i busiest days thin year. The month- I end spurt augured well for H con- tinned high plane of building activity. Several Homes Dwelling* us usual formed the bulk of the construction. Permits wen« taken by C. \V. Crook for » $3000 house at 125 Pacific street, with M. T. f'urton. contractor: George C. "Wilbur, u $3000 house and fl'Oi) garngo nt 1330 Klrst street, with 1-Wont Brown, contractor; O. K. CMImon-. a $7500 dwnlHn^ and nn $SOO gantRo nnd bedroom at 2830 Twcnly-flrni street, with H. L.. Lav* ender. contnictor. Modonii M. Metcalf obtained a penult for tin $SOOO duplex dwelling and $375 Kimitft? at 3H-3U5 C street, to be built by Adolph HanMeii, and John Mador a permit for a $3900 hou*e and $280 garage nt 401 Tenth street. Other Projects Otlu»r const rue! ion will include alterations by the Hopper Machine Works nt n cost of $2900; u $370 2 Polico Chief Hob Powerd today announced appointment of Hurry V. (Jonlon an a now patrolman on tin- liukernfteld polioo forw. Mr. (?or- ; Baruue by Jo«eph BreRnon at 51 don i* a ffraduati* of tho local high ' JefferHon stn-^t. C. L. Stanley, con- ftchool. and ha« bad flvo yearn of ; tractor; nton> alterations at 716 anny training. Hak«r Htreot roHilnw $KO: a dwelling for W. J, Burk til 401 B street to cost $4350 and n garag* to cost. $350. built by J. M. ICggloHton: $600 addition* by A. J. Nicholson at 1733 Hue na Vista gtrvet. and a $200 garage foundation at 530 Olive, permit being obtained by John 13. Wood. i George Mahoney, superintendent of the Kern Ilivor Hcout Heserva- tlon, reports u pink climbing ro»u on tho lodge porch which ha* twigs with leaves growing from the heart* To invite all Kern county to attend tho Frontier Days celebration to bo held here October 3 and 4, the first of a Hcrle.H of caravans will leave the county chamber of commerce tomorrow noon to traverHo Old HI VIM*, But ton willow. Khafler, WaHco. McKnrland and Delano umiH. Chairman Norman llouxe will bo in charge of iho "flying Hquadron," whioh will Include, u band, f inter- n talnerfl. "spicier" nnd costumed Frontiersmen. AsHlBtlng Honap In the arrangements are r*eo Hchamblin, A. 11. Campbell. Billy Willis. Marry DHlnr. | Art Hill, Jack HhieHlH and Frank Wllkson. Gilbert N. Severson Is Taken by Death Stanford of Htatlon WQX.AI, will be., „ . . .. tl presented over KK1 at 1:15 p. m. and of moal of Uw blosaoniH. KIIJ at 4 p. in. in tho form of quarter-hour broadcasts. Similar broadcasts are scheduled for Htatlons KOKJ and KFOX. Following the broadcasts, the entire show cost will be taken to Mac- Oregor and SolW» studios in Holly. wood where tho program will be recorded for presentation to the Frontier Days Association. Suit Attacks City License Ordinance Contending iho city llcennn ordinance 391 new Herlow, affecting laundries operating planlM ouiMlde of! UakfTHflcU) IH unfair and dlMcrlm- Inatory, Un* Valley huutulry and Dry <*lounliig Company Is seeklnK an injunction to restrain city offl- TOd Murtlooh. A. (!, Armbruster and Dave Tbrcexvlt huv« returned from a hunting trip into tho mountains which yielded Home nice pana of trout but no deer. Governor A If Kiuulon. Republican presidential candidate, will speak over KKRN via thu Culumbju net work totnorroy evening »t 0:30, U \va8 announced today. * Frank S. Hoynolds I'oBt, American J-<f?pion, will m*»ot nl 8 o'clock Thursday evening at Legion hall. | Choir of Refreshments will follow, Filipino Is Facing Trial forMurder i ««0f fetal Preit beA*c4 Wire) OIBALTAH, Sept. 23.«-The Span- iah steamer Oenoveva. of 1800 tona registry and carrying 400 pawengem, haa been ml»slng ulnce September 2, when it left Sanlander for Valencia, it wa« learned today. The international Red Croim asked from Madrid that Inquiries bo made o >vh*tber she .had tkseh captured ln«urccnt». After pleading guilty to a charge of petty thefl, Bob Dale. M 6-foot-4" Toxan, today begun nerving a nix months' term In the county Jail, lie wan aentenced by Judge M. K. J*ar- iah yesterday following admitmion that he took 12 cheap watches, valued at approximately $2G tn all, from the 151k Hills Mercantile Company at Tupman. Bill How, G. C. Wallem and Albert William* .arrested by deputies of Sheriff Ed Champness a« Dale's asserted companions the night the burglary took place, were released. Beven of the 13 stolen watche« were reported recovered by Pputy Ach» ton Jensen of the sheriff's office. r PIGEON SAVES SELF A carrier pigeon which had apparently freed lUelf from the tar of a sump hole was found today by Mr. and Mrs. Charles James at their country home on Casa Ixjrpo. Drive. The pigeon wears a rubbef band on lt» right lt*g< bearing the number 994 and on qic left lesr a metal band marked AU36.LB2& rtllt „ , „ „„ , f>^»» enforcing the measure. Gilbert Nels heveraon, «6 f a nntlvo i Tbe suit for Injunctlvo. relief was of Iowa and a resident, of Hundsburg opened before Superior Jud«o H. B. for tho r»a«t four years, died ut his home yesterday. Mft IH survived by three sons, A M. Hovcnton of llands* burg. (J. N. and V. I. Severson of WiscoriMin, and throo d/uiKhtorn, Mrs. Sherman Piles, Mlmt 12dna Kovereon and Miss Martha Heverson, all of Duron, Win. Funeral services for Mr, Hevcrson were itchcduled for 4:30 o'clock this afternoon al Itundsburg, with Inter- intnt lo follow in Johannesburg cenv «t«ry. Arrangements were under direction of Douffhty-CalhounO'Meura c Impel. FranclMco Hlbon*esa t 25, A Fill plno, today was charged with mur derlng Sebastian Domingo. 27, an otJ»or Filipino, who wan shot or today, with Attorney w!! killed in a Delano caf« Saturday for the laundry n *Kbt. Tho complaint was signed by Gavlno I>omingo, brother of the Christopher Hinzo, RailwayJIan, Dies j Christopher Hinzo, 7C, of 822 Alpine street, former Hunt a. Fe employe and a resident of Bakersfleld for 23 yearn, died at his home thla morning. He waa a native of New Mexico. Surviving are a widow. Mm. Molly Hinzo, three daughters, Mm. Thamaalta Marques, Uak*rsfieM, Mrs. Dolores Peizarro, Vtsalla. and Wra. Janet Delgado, Bakersfleld, two sons, Seffie, and Ix)ula, both of Bakcrsflcld, and two slstor*. ono at Han Diego and one at Wimdow.'Aria.' The body is at Uoufihty-Culhoun-O'ituara chapel. I. Jarnos and Attornoys Kdward Went. Hay Uurmn and John Hhortridge n*pre* «entlnR the *Mty of HakorKfloUl. In the complaint tho laundry alleges tho city charges a llceime fee of $300 for oach of ttn delivery trucks operatliiff within tho, city. Retired Miner of Kern County Dies Lewis Muthnw Htevens, 65, of 387 Decatur street, Ulldak\ a retired miner and resident of K^n county for the past 26 yearn, died at a local hospital yesterday. He wa« a native of Buffalo, X. Y. Surviving relatives are a widow. Mrs. Haruh Jaws Btevens of Oildale, two sons, J. J. of Panama and Theodore Btevens of Oildale, and a daughter, Miss Eva May Stevens, Los Angel on. as welt an three grandchildren. Floyd Castro, stationed with the U. H. urrny force* at Honolulu; Mrs. Marjorie Crondall of and Mary Jaon Htevonu of OlMale. Kuneral services for Mr. Htcv will be conducted by th« Hev. William E. Patrick «t FIlcklngorDIgler chapel Kriuuy morning at 10 Group to Attend Political Session ArrangementB are bein^ nmde for a large delegation of Korn county Democrats to attend a huge Roose- veh-Uurner Democratic rally to be held at the Shrine auditorium in I-OB Angeles Monday evening. September 28. It wan announced today by J, J. McMillan, chairman of local Democratic headquarters. Senator William OlbbM McAdoo will give the principal address of the evening. Featured on the entertainment program, with Ken Frogley. Columbia-Don I^ee announcer as master of ceremonies, will be the Frleta. Shaw 30 voices; Eddie McGlll. Broadway winger who headlined Paramount theaters for five years; Dickie Jones, child movie star; Al Tremalne. NBC featured soloist; Jack Tenny. composer-pianist and Democratic candidate for the A«sembly: the popular Manhattan quartet and other acts which have not yet been announced. T Mlaln man. after a coroner's Jury hud returned the verdict that death of HebuMtan was caused by u bullet wound Inflicted by Klborcesa "wlih hnnilcldnl intent." Arraignment of IUI>orces»a on tho murder charge IH expected tomorrow. Although admitting ho fired the «hot that killed Domingo, HI- borceMHa told officers he did U In Be If defense. Tomio l»uto<>, 25, a nephew of Domingo, held as a material witness, was released yesterday afternoon. Harveys Are Back From Tragic Trip J. M. Harvey and family, of 611 t-incoln street, BakerHfield. and Mrs. Robert Edward*, of Alpaugh. r«* turned this morning from Yuma. ArU., where they wore called last week following a gasoline explosion and fire which resulted In the fatal burning of Mm, Clanmco M. Harvey there. They attended funeral service* for Mm, Harvey, which were conducted at 3 o'clock TuwwSay •afternoon at tho O. C. 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