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Bakersfield, California
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A. Holmes, Calina A, Holmes, his wife and others as defendants In the action. Claims Discovery The plaintiff alleges in his complaint that he participated Jn the dramatic discovery of the rich mine, now said to be controlled by English interents. Ho shared, according to- his complaint, in the finding of life original piece of "float" ore and In. the ultimate discovery of the main body of ore or the place from \vhlch the stray piece of "float" had tta emanation. As a matter of fact the plaintiff makes the claim in his complaint thiit he erected thewdlscovery monument. After the. aiscovery of the mine he agreed to let the defendants reregister the claim with the understanding that he was to Bharo in the enterprise, he asserts. Asks Accounting For royalties totaling $400,000, tho plaintiff,asks an accounting. He asserts in his complaint that $40,000 should bo deducted from this sum for service of the defendants. Minard, according to 'his complaint, claimed he first learned of tho sale of the mine through the newspapers. The signature of the attorney preparing tho civil - complaint for Minard was Illegible. ; ern Scouts Will Attend Jamboree «* Decision to sponsor a troop of 32 boys' representing Kern county at the 1937 Washington, D, - C., national Boy. Scout Jamboree was made by the county council Jamboree committee today. A preliminary program has already been received from the national off Ice' for the great gathering next year, when ap- •proximately 30,000 boys are expected to converge on the capital. Tho jamboree replaces that to have been held In 193G,vwhtch President Roosevelt canceled because of nn outbreak of infantile paralysis. The Kern county committee is composed of "W. S. Allen of Delano. Ed Murdoch, Sheriff Ed Champness, C. M. Johnson,'chairman; J. Bruce £*ayne, Forrest Cassady, R. C. Patterson of Taft and W. W. Merrall. They will meet again Monday to prepare the first bulletin regarding plans for scoutmasters. Man Is Jailed f< Inyokern Burgl r y Charged with stealing: chlckenw, clothing and other articles from tho Seabanthal ranch near Inyokern, Virgil Carp today wan held by deputies of Sheriff' Ed Champness on a charge of first degree burglary. The complaint against Barp was signed by Arthur C. Seely and Issued by Judge Fred Wagner of Randsburg. Tho man was arrested by Deputy Donald Brink. r Union Cemetery Is a NON-PROFIT CORPORATION, which means that all income g-oes Into the Cemetery ti It Is conducted for the benefit of the public and not Cor individual profit. 40% the salea this i Cemetery goea into the Perpetual Care Fund to inaure • ^ r f tual Care i Office a! the Cemtterg Telephone 2237 .1. '•/ >*• - -. .11 * - ' - 1 i. amagea Heavy Trucks Banned From Bridge Damaged by Flames BASEBALL TEAM HERAT FETE Walter Binger Gives Dinner for Champion Bull Team at His Residence Members of the Binder Athletic Club champion baseball team wero guests of honor last night at a dinner party given by Walter Binger. manager of the club, at his home, 231 Seventeenth street. In reciprocation, Mr. Binger was presented with a handsome brief case as a gift from the boys. Tho team won the city championship In both tho senior and industrial leagues. Plans were formulated by tho group to organize a basketball team and winter sports were discussed. A trip to Yosemlto for skiing, skating and tobogganing is cm the schedule for this winter. The club "is composed of boys who have won school honors In athletics and swimming, baseball, basketball, tennis, swimming and winter sports are included in their annual schedule. The club now has 42 members. The guests at the dinner were: Milton Long, Homer Smith, Ray ton Cunningham, Warren Cotas, Harold Urner, Pete Contratto, Pete Cantl- eny, Norman Cady, Bill Heard, Leslie Carter, Herbert Harris, Earl Edgar, Bud Bowen and Harry Jabes, Jr. TTEAVV trucks were banned from •*- J -Fru!tvale bridge today ae a result of fire last evening which damaged tho understructure to such an extent that, replacement qf the entire bridge may be found necessary. Automobiles only were being permitted to cross pending an examination. A state forestry service suppression crew extinguished the blaze only after about 60 feet of the 150- foot bridge had been damaged. The fire, occurring underneath, was believed due to the carelessness of some transient. Another fire yesterday burned a house belonging to John Martin and occupied by the family of Lee Bunch, on Fairfax Road near Lamont. The house was valued at $2F>00 and tho furniture none of which was saved, at $1600. There was no insurance. An exploding oil stove caused tho blazo in mldafter- noon. State Lead Sp t Meeting Theta g Style Show Plans are complete for the showing of Harry Coffee's sportswear by Delta Theta Tau sorority Friday evening at the Woman's Club hall. Of especial interest is the fact that men's and boy's wear as well as women's sportswear will be shown. The following sorority girls will model women's wear; Mrs. Harold Taber, Mrs. Klmer Goetz, Misses Betty Brauch. Hazle Johnson, Louise Hall, Peggy Smith, Margaret Shaf- frath. Martha Ellen Broomfield, Mary Lysoh and Mrs. Phil Hickox. The men's and boy's wear will be shown under the direction of John Boston. Fall shoo styles are furnished by Ricard's Bootery. Merle Roberts Dance Studio and music by the Payne And Son electric organ will provide entertainment. As. the highlight of the evening, Mrs. Randall Sylvester Is planning a short showing of old-fashioned costumes and costumes worn In well- known pictures. Refreshments will bo served at the close of the evening. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Harold Taber or Mrs. Chester James. Taft Teacher Asks Lieutenant-Governor George J. Hatfleld and A. E. Stockberger, state director of finance, will be guests of the Bakersfield Ho tar y Club at luncheon In El Tejon next Thursday, Leslie Jeffries, president, announced at today's meeting. 'Mr. Stockbergor will be the speaker of the day. Mr. Jeffries also announced a 6:30 o'clock dinner in Padre hotel that evening for all chairmen and directors of the club. Miss Kathryn Ronan, manager of Furnace Creek Inn, Death Valley, delivered a lecture, illustrated with colored slides, on tho geology, history and scenic beauty of the valley. With an area of 1,600,000 acres, it is the largest national monument In the United States, and Its 4GO miles of roads exceed even Yellowstone's 360 miles. Geologists declare tho valley was once even lower than at present, for pure salt has been cored at a depth of 1000 foet, she said. Erosion by cloudbursts gives tho valley fantastic beauty, while mineral oxide colors the formations. The Death Valley tourist season is from November to May. George R. Bliss of Carpenteria, Republican candidate for Congress was a guest. Among other guests WRH John Gish, Stroudsburg, Pa., banker. ^ • ^ Joe Herpel H )St pof M n ment Jay Schumacher is petitioning Superior Judge R. B. Lambert for an order requiring tho Taft Union High School District to reinstate him as a teacher at $204 a month. His petition Is being presented in court today by Claflln & Borsey while Siemon and Claflln are representing tho respondents of the school board. Joe Herpel, an expert frog spearer, was host to 16 friends at a stag frog dinner in the Pyrenees Cafe, Kast Bakersfield, lost night. ' Guests * who enjoyed the Kern county delicacy were H. B. Wood, Charles Depew, Frank Noriega, J. P. Johnson. Judge Allen B.'Campbell, A. B. Cook, James Bowen. Hoy Oalyen, «Fred W. Welsh, Eddie Bauni, Bill Tylor, Charles Ughtner. Ed Helm, A. C. Armbruster and Roland Curran. Naomi Circle Will tf tluck — .. S i Ste htf 'Is Fath Henry B, Steele. of Wharton, Ark.. haa written to Bakersfield police seeking information concerning hla son, Maurice Steele. 22, believed to be picking cotton on a ranch a few milea aouth of Bakersfield. Anyone knowing of his whereabouts la aaked to communicate with police head* quartern or Steele hlmeeJf. S ENJOINED LOS ANGEbES, Sept. 24. ( Picketing of the Smith Metropolitan Market Company by the International Union of Bakery and Confectionery "Workers was restrained today by a temporary order Issued In Superior Court. Trial la set for Oc- tuber Naomi Circle of First Christian Church will meet Friday at 10 o'clock for a potluck luncheon at the homo of Mrs, C. F. Martin. 1524 Beale avenue. Mrs. Blanche Jones of IX>B Angeles, representative of "White King Soap Company* will present a demonstration. The arrangements committee will provide rolls, butter, coffee and venison. U. S. W. V. S win b Meets Frid Membera of U, S, W. V. Sewing Club will meet- F$day noon for a potluck luncheon at the home of Mrs. 8. M. If ass on In Falrhaven. The business session wit] begin at 10:30 o'clock and there will be sewing on hospital articles. Persona needing transportation are requested to telephone Mrs. a full at Leila K. Ferrell, Officers aro asking tendance. *.- - "1 Youthful Farmers Annex 23 Firsts and Other Awards, Tulare •^^^Mfr-AvMM** -f -*- —* CASH WON MIKE" EXPERT Junior Division Experts Seeking Honors Today in Open Classes A F.TER highest honors in virtually monopolizing the Junior livestock division by winning 23 first prizes, 13 seconds and eight thirds, «aa well as $266 in premium money, agriculture students of Kern County Union High School today laid siege to the open claswes In the Tulare County Fair. All first place winners in tlio junior division nro automatically transferred to tho open classes, into competition with stock produced by veteran farmers throughout the southern San Joaquln. and Indications point toward still further triumphs for the 1C. C. U. H. S. agriculture department purebreds. Hop, Sheep Awards Kclipsing oven their brilliant record in dairy cattle judging: on the first day of the fnlr, the Kern "RB- fflen" yesterday went on to win 12 firsts, 8 seconds and 0 thirds In tho Junior hog and sheep clnsspH. Premium money earned by hog entries! totaled $48, and by sheep entries, $80. Milton PusRell of Bakernfleld won first place In the senior boar pl« class and first In tho senior BOW pig TOTAK UN cm PARTI PLANN Selected Big Radio Show Represent Kern j "DEPRESENTIXG one of the greatest arrays of musicians ever featured In a western parade, approximately 700 members of nine bands and drum and bugle corps will participate In the October 3 parade of the third annual Bakersftold Frontier Days. Already famous aa one of the greatest pioneer parades of the nation, this year's Frontier event will far surpass those of 1934 and 1935. according to Lonnie Davis, parade BROADCAST MONDAY JcMi-man of the Frontier Days .... aociatlon. j Standard OH Company and An nouncer ICxtraordlnnry Bud Bent ley will Saturday 3 and Frontier progress grounds. Veep things moving and Sunday, October 4, while BaUorRfioUl V)ayH rodoes aro lit at Kern county fair- Realising that Frontier DayH have taken their plaoft n« one of tho nation's prefttest western »howR, Standard hiui arranged to provide a complete broadcasting system for calling riders and ropers and announcing rowults and has flRsIgned Itentley, one of the most popular rodou announcers of the west, to preside at the i Local Talent Picked Contest From Large Group of Artists outstanding radio acts wore chosen last night by judges In the "California's Hour" radio tournament to represent Kern county In u salute to HakersfioliI and Korn Intermingled with the 12 rltvt- alons of silver mounted horsemen, stage coachea, ox carts, pony express riders and other reminders of the frontier ora will be the nine famous musical aggregations. Nino Groups Listed Among the bancta which today wero definitely igged to appear in tho parade aro tho famous Rose ' Bowl Imnd of Pasadena, nakorHflcld county next Monday evening from h<K>\" l '\>'>«' and junior ooUogo band., tho high school find junior college! hand nf Tnft nnd Vlsalla high srliool an<I junior college* band. Local posin CAPTURE WHISKER PRIZES Eight Winners Aro Named in AID TO DISABLED PLANNED KERN LOB Angeles. A piano duot team, n tenor, soprano and baritone, a yodollng guitar player and a hillbilly band wero named. They will help publicise Frontier Dayn October 3 and 4 In a statewide, hroadcnwt with < "on rad Naffol, Donald Novla and David Brooktnan'M orchoBtra. l*ocal Winner* The winners aro OH follows: Max Haylosa, Jr., -1606 Alia Vtata j drive, and Robert l.oo. 1109 Vnoifle Htreot, piano duet. "Witches Frolic." Donald S. Jonen. BOB Philippine wtroet. Taft. popular tenor, "Did I Remember?" .Hetty O'Brien, 2028 Seventeenth Btrcot, soprano: "Tho Uttlo Dam- T of I ho American legion and Vet Kolintfc Event of HaktMvsfield Aerie Kight mem tiers of Rnkersfteld Aerie of lOngleM ntv stroking their whisker* today with « touch 01' \v«»1] -deserved _„ %** •«* <-.-'.»»»^ * . . V • » ** v^riKit v/l VI T- U -^i*7»^l * W TJ\* ffratia of V orelgn \\ai-H will outer 1>r | (! o for they won prlzen at the Paul VnnclorKikc Chosen us Rehabilitation Olllciul in Local District their crack drum and bugle nnd tho high schools of Tularo ford and Oelnno will outer bunds. Piu-HoV rhalrmnn Pa vis urgo« Him all persons planning to enter tho parade Imniotltntoly communicate with parade hwidqimrtorw. ICIght- oonth Htroot and ('hosier avenue, telephone HS3, as only thono on tries bearing official numbers will bo considered in the judging. Colorful Kntrics ontry among urnros already flic In that of Camp, Wont and Lowe, of Sim f tor. which will owes—Bruce Eugene AV11- lambs—Hruco Morrla Wright, another K. C. U. H. S. Future Farmer, won flrat nnd second prizes for Poland China barrows, third for junior boar plga and third for Junior HOW pig*. The Kern hog: entries were fitted for exhibition under the supervision of G. A. Hutchlnga, member of tho agriculture department faculty in charge of hog raising. Winners Listed Winnings of the K. C. U. H. S. students In the sheen classes are summarized as follows: Hampshire ram lambs-— Eugene Wllloughby, first, and Bruce llanna, third. Aged Hampshire Ponton, first, and loughby, second. Hampshire ewe Ponton, first; Arthur McLean, second, and Eugene Wllloughby. third. ttamboulUet ram lambs—Verio Frost, first, and Carl Lewis, ?cond. HambouHlct yearling ewes—Curl Lewis, first. Hamboulllet e%ve lambs—Verle Front, first and second; Carl Lewla, third. First and Second Hamboulllet fat wethers—Arthur McLean, first and second, and Bruce Ponton, third. Pens of three fat wethers—Arthur McLean, first, and Bruce Ponton, second. Sheep showmanship—Bruce Ponton, first, and Carl Lewis, second. A group of the Kern students, accompanied by H. K. Dlckson, head of the agriculture department, will go to Tularft tomorrow afternoon to participate In a stock parade which will bring the fair to a climax. q ! Fine Tho HolcH'tlons of tho .bulges in- Huro for Kern county n representation worthy of n. state-wide broad* coat. Max Dayloss. Jr. and Robert Le<». well known local nnislclana. exhibited groat skill in u piano selection which demanded perfect timing and modulation. I.innnld S. Jones, instructor of music In tho Tnft schools. IB u former state winner of an At water Kent audition. Minn O'Brlon, In n mnr.go- soprano voice, sang a dlfflrult selection well, exhibiting ronnldernblt) training. Hubert HtoOdard. a Stanford Vnlverslty alumnus, sang with i the university mon*N K!M« dub and ! Crowds Line Up in Registration Rus Doforrlng rRgistratton to vote until tho last day, a long lino of citizens crowded the corridors to the office of K. 13. Smith, county cl*>rk t throughout today. Ueglstratlon closes under law today at 5 p. in. for the November general election. Mr. Smith said that on* of his down-town registration df>putloH had, during a five-day period, negligible 1 ni nine KB registering voters. On tho last day, however, then* was a Jam at the clerk's office in the courthouse. Mr. Smith said he needed more room for the registration actlvlU In the courthouse. w. c. T. u. Add Paul YnndorKIUo. anslHtnnt district superintendent of Kern County Union High School, has boon appointed by tho State Department of KducfUton as coordinator for the Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation. He will devoto Mondays and as much time, ait necessary to conferences and visitations with persons of this high school district who aro eligible for the service. Up to tho present time, \V. E. Elliott, representative from , the Los Angeles office, has rehubllt- i tatod 35 or 40 disabled porsons. Until j recently this territory WUH In Elliott's i district. j "I hope to bo of eomc service to j the disabled of this community, 1 ' VandorlCIke remarked when Interviewed, i Itellef Unwanted "There are, probably, ninny who could, with a llttlo help from the state, become Helf-Hualalning and self-respecting citizens. Most of them do not want to be on relief but ask for help only until they can help themselves." "The rehabilitation work," ho continued, "began In 1920 when tho fed- oral government made appropriations for the rehabilitation of war veterans. Thai work was found to, be HO Manufactory that an appropria- j *<> 1»« Angeles Sunday for two days lion WUH made to extend It to other) of rehearsal with tho "CtUlfornln'H disabled persons who could be taught Hour" staff, all expenses being paid, a new trade or In Home other way be started on the road to makn their own living. This appropriation was divided among the several stales according to population and on condition that tho states match this with a like appropriation dollar for dol- HoheH Stoddard, 1X23 Myrtle avenue, barltuiin; "Tho Lonesome Hoad." I-loyd Combs rUtllv Mac"), Hi. l.|"° riders In tho sllvor-mounteil di- Hox S. Hakrrsflehl. tenor with guitar: "Dour Old Uaddy." Tho Kern Mountaineers. 2<U1 Seventeenth street, hill-billy qulnlnl comprised of Hill Perry man. JOBS Duke. Huck Heesp. AVMllani Karl Poole. C'eoll ('Jarre n: "I'm (loin 1 «llvrr vision. Already, six old-time coaches with four or more aro entered and hix famous mounted KI*OUI»H hii ve beon They are the NlmrlffH pOMse AnKf*l«*». tin* Ullouire outfit, IVtroUnim, !»* Uunchoros doron. Kern County Kanwrti und the Car)ip -\Vost-l «owo «;>'oup. To- KOther. the nix KnnipH oonHtlluto an assemblage of mun* than 100 silver j mountod riders. All ontranu. Chalrnmn Davis an- nonncnd, must he at tho north end of Baker street not later than 9 a. m. October .1, Tho parade, led by a group of beautiful feminine standard bearorR (Jresned In white satin shirts. I entertainment white hntN and chaps, will begin Its ' ...'.....' march promptly at 9:30 o'clock. corps | Whlskerlno coturst conducted last Man- l night at the lodge where china were their i stuck out for expert Inspection. Henry Plpor came off with first prUe for a full beard and Howard Finch was second In the same classification. Neatest Van Dyke N. C. Wilson won first for hi* neatly-trimmed Van Dyke lw*urd and Kidney Harriet* WH» judged second best In thl« division. Walter Frewort tonU first prize for his sldoburns nnd Monte Monk was rated K«-coml No less proud \vero G. Campbell and (toorgf (loot?, who won first and HOCOIH! prlxes, respectively for rain- Ing « showing of whiskers despite Multe a Hcattorlng of alkaline spots that put them almoHt In the Chihuahua clasH. Hodt'o Kntrv The ICtigloH aro barking Uet*y Bur- luiultt. i-xj>eri htirsewoman of Kern vlllo UH Uu'lr ontry in tho various rodeo contosiH during Frontier Days. A rlaAM of liT candidate.** wae initiated at tlu? meeting which was largely intended. John t'rncr. chairman of the entertainment committee, reported a fre«j dance will be given Wednesday night next week an the Aerie's ladles' night of !oiu*ral Vintui- 1ho "Cardinal Quartet" for throe years nnd studied on a scholarship under A. Caslllgla of Sun Francisco during his university days. .ft.*-...4^1 _ Vfefl Diintnliipers M In Mac" Combs IH a well- known local entertainer. Tho Kern Mountaineers nro u Iocs I radio band declared by tho "Callfornla'H Hour" tajonl Hcotils In bo among tho bo«t they have hoard In tho. Htato. Prizes won luwl night rangod from $40 to $100. All the winners will 1 Witham and B Expands Sei th S d Frid Mrs. W. H. Llebendofer will speak on motion pictures Friday afternoon at 3:45 o'clock over radio station KERN for 16 minutes. Tho talk Is one of several sponsored by the Woman's Christian Temperance Union. All are now slated for Friday afternoon* at 3;4G o'clock. KL.VBK KILLED NORFOLK. Va., Sept. 24. (A. R) Aviation machinist mate P. McKIroy was killed and pilot H. S. Banker, at* tached to the St. Helena baa*, wa* critically injured near here today In the crash of a navy utility plane* BOYCOTT "HOT LETTUCE" LOS ANGELES, So|it, 24. (A. Worker* In the central who market section were warned a*aln«t handling *'hot" lettuce from the Salinas atrlke none In handbill* di*trii>- | uted by men who wiia thoy wero So* ! Jinoa ulrikcm. lar. "California's share of the first appropriation was $70.000 which our legislators matched by a like amount. School Project "Later, however, when tho federal amounts were Increased, tho Legislature did not full in line and do likewise, so the plan of asking local communities to help through tho schools was put into effect. Heretofore, Mr. KIIIou m«H tho trainees ut the office of the county superintendent but from now on, they will come to the high school or Mr. VntidorlCtkc will cull upon them if necessary. Only (hose dim* him! persons whose disability does not constitute u vocational handicap nro eligible. "Hut you would b* surprised to wee many with apparent vocational handlcapn who nr« supporting 1 themselves and In noini*, families, 1 am thinking of u young man who lout ht« right hand while driving a tractor. H« wo a r«»hublli- tated UK a bookkeeper itnU Incidentally became* u very efficient typist. I^HWM Trade "A truck driver who lost hl» right hand in a Fourth of July celebration wanted to learn plastering, a vocation that H <-<M nod (o offer insurmountable difficulties. He designed his own mortar board and went lit It and is now supporting himself, "A young man of this vicinity with a congenital deformity has become an efficient bee-keeper and A young lady with an injured leg was placed in the- high school to be trained as a. secretary. Many with arrested tuberculosis are exoollent prospects for the training if the'phy* alclans advise they may proceed. "Thw work is probably not all aunahtne. I am not aware of any that is, but It doea offer an excellent opportunity for service." find after tholr featured appearance between 9:30 find 10:30 o'clock Monday nljrht ovor (he (Columbia-Don Lee network, a atntnwldi* mall vote* will retain one of the Korn county nrtlsts. enabling him to compete nguiJiHt winners from other cities for prizes ran Ring U|> to $500. Approximately 70 local cltlxena rep- rcflentative of civic am! service Krouim aro cxpetMed to attend tho first fall dinner meeting of the HakerHfU'Ul »'o-ordinal Ing; Council ihlH evening ut 0:45 o'clock at 151 Tejon Motel. Tho dinner will \w held In tho Spanish ballroom. I'uul Newell, president. will bo loaatmasler. Duncan Monroe i» suing August Hchovormann, Mrs. Schevornmnn. Carroll Allen and other defendants to quiet lltlo to land In section 34, 31I-34, according to a civil action pre- by llarvoy. Johnston & (taker. i Wisconsin Man I MlHH KM her Well* and Miws IV Jackson will leave Hunday for Columbia I'nlvernlty, whore they will study for degree** In norlHl Horviee work, Holh huve been connected with the Corn welfare department. Arrangements w»»re complete today for the opening Kriday of tho Witham & Booth cnlurgt*d radio and electrical appliance Htim* which will occupy all of the store .spares in the Vox Theater building which fronts on H MtrtHtt. Oepurtlns from their former pol- Iry. \Vltham & I tooth are now handling all types oi nli'ctrlciil appliances, Including refrigerator*. Ironers, washers nnd other equipment. ThU, however, does not affect ihelr efficient radio wtlea and ser\- loo department. HandUtiK /-enlth and Ueuerul Electric radius In all mod ern models, tho company Is maintaining its technical advisory and household repair service, it wua announced today. Man Gravely H When Aut Ow fB Harry Jahen. Sr.. formerly of Win- ronnln. has purchased the buMnett of the California Creditors AH»OO!U- tlon. formerly operated by Waller j Hlng^r »t 1712 Chanter uvemu*. Mr. Jnb<»s If* unlng the mime nfflpo. He- Dr. H. IS. Hehrrh, who was to huv* been a dologaln to tho Hlato IClks convention at Oakland, was unable .) nttrnfJ becuum* of professional dullen. Other delegates loft yesterday. Mrs. Porter Turner, president of tho Hakorsfleld Soroptlmlst Club, foro coming to Hakoi^fiold, h** WUH i will attend the Installation dinner HHsoi.'tated with l«r«i* wholosale. j meeting of the Beverly Hills Club on house* in both* l ho east and west aw ! Saturda credit nmnagor and in thoroughly j i fam Illd r with the work uf credit He IH u World \\'nr veteran und a irutiHpori pilot. H*« \VBH ar- rt d to Hakeraflpld by Mrs. . thrlr (JauKhtrr Helen, and Harry Jalies, Jr. W tron I Carlos Hiking. 27, Arvin Filipino, In a gravi* condition at Kern Qen- ornl Hospital today as ft'*suU of tn- Jurlos nH?<*ived when the car in which he was riding was Involved in a collision with another automobile at the Intersection of l^amont and Vlnoland roads. H miles southeast of Bakerafleld. last night. He is suffering from facial lacerations and lK>Hsibln internal injuries. Itltong was riding In an automobile driven by Zorolkeo U. Malto. 33. of Box 175, Arvin The other car Involved In tho collision was piloted by Joe Espitalller, 59, of 1319 Oregon street. Claimed by R r i rn Realtors Att d Big Meet Mrs, Huwana Klnator, 82. wife of John 1'. Kinnter of Fellows and well known on the West Hide, died at hop home this morning following an illness of several months. She was a native of Huntln#U>n. Indiana und had resided at Fellows for 11 years. In addition to her husband, Mrs. Flnnter is survived by four sons. Jes^e Joseph of Fellows. Fred Allen of Avenal. Frank 13dward of Mln- r \ \ \ \ MONUMENTS l I 3 i SHIP BXBCUTIVK KILLKD HOUT CH|5»T?5n;N. V., 80p|, 24. (A, P.)—Frank C/ Munaon, 60 f prwii* dent of the Mun-on StemmahJp Line, died today In United HoapUkl of Internal Injuries, HU car cnwhcd into a polo iu Uye yc*ti •I' 'I h - Ll. - ' h . I - ""* - ff" - ' " AI leiUf t u score of Ha,kort* realtors will ftttcnd the annual utulo convention of California Heal KB tutu Association, scheduled for October 7, i tone. AVa//an«rjohn T^icla^Finiitet 8, 9 and 10 in Los Angeles. ; of Porl j^vaca. Texas, and three daughters, Mrs. Ida Hell U lay lock of Alabama, Mm. Ho Me Ha Seay of Pel- JOWH and Mm. Anubelle MoUunUMs \ of Livingston, Calif., aa well aa 50 grandchildren. Kunerul »ervlc«s for Mrs. Firmer will JMJ conducted at Klicklnger- Dig lor chapel in Bakersfield at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon. i \ uAsion of plans for attending tho convention and nomination of state anHoclutlon officers occupied inembvr* of BaHert»nolil Uealty Board yesterday tu the group ixsaurned iu fall «es«lon« following a uummer "vacation." President Hen Holloway wa« non>i< nated a« a state director and W. F. Bray was nominated by the board as a candidate for the office of vice president of C, K, K. A. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^i ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^P^^^^^^W^^^^^^^^^^^^BPB PLANS SCHOOL CARAVAN LONG .BEACH, Hept 24. (A. P Will French, superintendent of public schools, announced plans for u motor caravan of ago ' of dlftoovery built \ I SALE EXTENDED Until October 1 Final Opportunity to Buy at WHOLESALE OR LESS * I I t I I I l * I I I I * * * t DB on a to Inapect slnco ilia new 1933 . ^1 l' -U Young Lad in Unusus njured Accident \ \ MANY DESIGNS TO CHOOSE FROM *, Mary Goodman. 38. of today waM under treatment at Kern. General Hospital for a fnictur*d leg. Hospital attachoa quoted the young woman aa saying »h* m-a* altUng on, th« sidewalk at Arvin when sho foil < ovor and injured horaolf, . j \ ED. HELM EIGHTH AND ^ Phono 430 JCIOR I I I * j * -it •*: ••&• IV * i < -i "•. • - /Iv. ' • « n I - I-

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