The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 25, 1936 · Page 12
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J5S? ^.rfm - 1 s • 1 i r * - - ^mrn^^m^w^i^ ^^?^K^;^^:;v^;^-7''.' T 5l • \*."-": -..•.-,';• . f'; -<—•- - t .': V-.'V'V V : ' -, S\. * H" ! V - . •-,•; . ' ->'w ' >: • II. .. f f _ _ • L *•. 4 *1 -p * " - " h •• .'-,-''.'.-' , . • > * ' " ' 1 I . ' I & tj>^ Wl tt» r-i ^|"_^_ ' "'1. " .. -'-'—Jj_- ---^^^ NES SEEK GE PERMITS Offer to Pay Flat Price Run Busses lo Marin From San Francisco l: t. M? _.-. .* KQO-KPO—N»tlinil Bfo«H«Mllno 0*mpa«r~u0pMM »r«orim» Kit KFI, KlOA, KflW. KM, KOMO.KHflU KJ«, KOA, KOA, KOHL KOVL. KOIfl, KTAW, KFRC-CBR—D«n Lit *nrt OolufflbU—Su»»llH proa^Ml lot KHJ* KQ8, KDS, KMJ, KOW, KFBK, KERN, KOL. KVI, K8U KOIW, KIPY. SAN 25. /'rrM Lrawl IVIre; Kept. HUH UMCH, In* 1 ., today be pan preparing n. (leflnttn offor to pay n nut annual contrncl prlr.o to Ihr c.utn brhlgf* for thn rl«ht to hiiHPH over Ilio «PH»I fn»m to Miirln county. authorl/'Ml tln'lr flniincf roninilltccH to 6iOO to 6(30 p. m. KiatlN and notwork—Ifollywood Hotel, Nnr: nntwork—Jack Moakln. W6XAT— llotmrdli KNX—Maurlrro's 6:30 to 6100 n KWUN and nfltwork — m. Hollywood , NHC nntwork— To be announced I'rograrn K.VX-Piro 5:46, Juok ArniHiroiiK' 6:00 to 6:30 p. m. K10RN ftnd MftworU-- Andro KOB 1)ln- Him of tniflh draft u proposed ounlnirl UM M lo ovor tho Culifitriilii. rallrnrtd Blon. Hchodul'-d to n-opon h"arlMK« toiluy on lirlclgn Mutt MUCH' application for n. permit, iMimntlrno powl- poncd tho ciiKO until October 27, to give tho brlds" flint rin. und tho prlviilu compiiuy Hn« tlmn to worlt on an tigrooment. CarloB H. KreltnM, Wun Hafa«'l attorney for tho prlvut" him roiu pnny, propoNod tin- fl»t nimtml charK" InaU-ud of a hrldK" toll for p«r,li huf» trip. Ho HUgK'!Hted th«i NHC notvL'orlt -I-'Irnt WfiXAl NfWH Flnshffi; 0:15 nrr f'nnrfrt to HM5. KNX MuwU-nl: <»:tr. ( Nr-wr. 6:30 to 7iOO p. m. KKUN nnd itfturtrH --Mnn-h Tlinp; n:4f.. HlrnnKf n« It SCOITIH. NIK' nnlwork- Hftimtn lU'lllnl. \VdXAI --*t 45, Civic TiilkM. KNX John IJriM-n; fl:45, Dinner Diitinnnt. 7iOO to 7:30 p. rn. KftMN and network WIUlHin Hard; 7:ID. lU'iifrnw of (Iio Parwon; NRO ' network 8:16, Hollywood — l<Vod WrtXAI—HoHywood on Parade; 8:16, frank WaUimbo, KNX— Hboba Crawford; Voloo of Hollywood, 8(30 to 0:00 p. m, and tielwork— Calling 8:15, Human NHO network— Court UftlllllOIIH, WOXAI—Ciib UHporUrwi 8:46, and Miit'ornn. KNX— At l.yoriH' Orchfitttrtt; Townnorui t'lioi, 9iOO to 9t30 p, m. KI-UIN and nnlwork—JIrmny Uor 8:46, . N IKJ network ..... Oratid Tcrraco Cafe OroboHira. AVBXAI— NOWH IHawbcw; 0:15, n:lfi, llublnoff, 9i.10 to 10:00 p. m. KI5KN and nolwork— To b« an- HHtmoro Jill r- NIK' network • Amon nnd Andy; 7:lfi. [<nin and Abner - Moino Kolki; 7:15. World 9:46, . JCImer r»ni»M Hollywood 7:15. rnniona Knlr. 7i30 to 8:00 p. m, KICHN and n«lw»irk l»l<k Hlnbll f >relii»H(ra. NHC nnlwork— -JeHHn Crawford. "Jn«t for flr«t your $40,000 . oiiHly luid bun flnt would i, say, Jllfi.OOO th» i $:tO,Ofio th" Mccond, then The cnnipuny pmvl tnlkMl a ft') p*-r rent por toll, which H c»Mt|innlc»f| th'- brMK" $7fi,r»00 an and Hally. RNX--Newlywedf. 7:4!.. Kln« ( 'owlioy. B:00 to »:30 p. m. KIOIIN and niilwork- Moone Crcjek NHC nntwork— Hotel OrcboHtra. WOXAI— JJramaB of T.jlfoj Khylhrn niul Iloinanoe. KNX— Hlii and Wnnoren; Hotlywnod Lt'Klon l^ljfblH. 10:00 to 10)30 p. m. KKUN --World In Ho view; 10:10, HI I In Klmball (jrrbfiUru. NMC network- N<rWH » Klawbrn; 10:15, IloUO Kt. Kranclii Or- rlinKtra. WfiXAl All lU'fnieM rroKrutn. 10t30 to 11iOO p. m. KKItN and network -Harry l^owln Orr-hcNtra. NMC outwork — Mark Hopkins Hole| OrrlifMtra. W«XAI»- All UcdufHt 1'rotfram, Plans A Youth Holds World riually. TIr rllHcloHi'd Hrldtf'- HUH Inc.. IM owned by lh«» Morrln and H. H. rinldb'TK. who <irn f 'i"i ployliiK Hurry 11. Hp'-nn, n nnnntocU holder, to hi- Kencrnl y Church Women Air Nonst ^^P ^ _ ___ M L _ • • ,M ^ ^ NOWS ORIGIHA EPSI atw \VASCO, Hept. L'fi.- IManH wen- made by iiH-mhiTH of the ConwrnKa tlonul hiHlU'fi' Aid for a. Jllncy dinner to bo Hcrvcd rarly In Ontobcr, a runt Hnlo In November and an mil*- and dinner before tin- ChrlHlmiiH bnlldayn. at their regular nifotlnK ''eld yeMtcrday at the home of Mr«, tJcorK'1 HobcrtHon. MrH. Tip ton MuthowM pr*'«ldr-d over the Hen Nlnn. I'roKniniH and Hoctal entertain an» belriK i>l» lined for tin* KM HH W4»ll IIH th*i roK'ilur work. An ull-duy nuiltliiK will l>n held ul the home of Mra Maude Hrnnton ii« HOOM an the cooler weather ocrtirH. MrH. HobcrtHon WILH OHNlntiMl by MrH. T. II. Hatcllff IIH InmtMHR during thn Mortal hour when rtfrwdi- montH wore werved. ThoHn who altetided tlte meetlnK were MoNdnrueH Tlpton Mulhewn, T. II. Kutcllff. II. (1. Mull. <Jrant Knlf fen, 10. Montleth, 1-etand Urler, l**ruriU WllkHon, Maude "Irun on. I' 1 rod Smith, JIumphrey .lom*H, Jean et to Htonnr. UllOH Miller, P. II Moore, O. H, Oularte, .1. f). .letmlfer M. Ituud. J. «'. HoKern and M!MH M ttuud Wire) WKHTKIKIJJ. N. J., Hept. HH. ~ Hubert N. Muck, l!2-ymir-old pilot, held today the world notiHtop din- titnco record for IlKbt. ulrcruft the Hlxlh i»f hl« authenticated aviation M wan notified by thn N'utloiiul Aeronaut If, AMNocliitlon that the l-'etloratlon AeronautUiue Interna tlonale at 1'arlH had reKlHteml bin MiHH-rnllo ftlKbt from HtirlmnU, Calif.. to Coluinl>uH, Ohio, declaring U the official world'n record. ft wip- pltinltMl a murk of IHO(» mlle.H net by two Kronchmen In liillli. llnt'k'M "Hkyrlder." a Hhip HO foot j long and with a. wing Hprcud of J(i! feet, pownrod by u. UO-horHOpower motor, inadn the trip In 17 bourn and 50 mlnuteN. fluc'k Ntnrted mnldng recordH In MlliO, when he waH Irt. lie flew to LOM AngeleH from Newark In UK bourn and relurnhm In 1'H. Thene markH, which idlll Htaml, broke the Junior record held by Kddle Hchnel- Hold I for t Rites ilano M l ^a 1 T*. ^ b DEI.ANO. Hopt. !T». A rei|iilnin HH wan eelehrnted for I'hIIMp Frank Mennvltt. 7rt. hy Kalher J'hlllp Kennedy, Purlwh prlrwl <if HI. Mary'H <,'atho||<' fMuirch on Thuruilay morning nt it o'eloek at the chitreh. The Hervloo WILH utlondi'd by ploiu-er rettldentfl of the rntiimuiilty who had known Mr. MrUnvItt durliiK lb<» time of hlH long r»»Hhb«ni*o In thn dlntrtrt. Intermenl wan In Melano cemetery. I'allhearerH were Hugh I 1 ). Ilimitn of UlrliKfove, AmbroHe Vlllard. < 1 on- rtttibln 'rituman (Jnlnn. I'idward Hli-h- ardHnu. Jorry O'Hrlon, and Jtmepb i'unero. Mr Mel invll t wa« n nallvo <if I'))llad»lpltla. Ib' dropped d«ud Monday arternooii from a h*>ar1 attnek, Tot low Ing bin return from an overland trip to New .btrHMy. lie IH nur- vlvrd by hid nephew John I 1 . Me . Devltl living here, and m»vor»| nlecoM and nepliewn and grand nliM-et and nephew t tl\ Ing In Now .lerm-y, Poet Says Cured Agoraphobia HltOAD ClIANNKU N. Y.. Kept. 'U'i John HevvhiH Kern, nocretary of thf h*iiiK Inland I'ontH* AHHoctatl<)n and former iiiiiKa/.lnn ttdUor, an nounced today (hat he had been i nuri?d of Hwornphobfn, u inbrbtd dread of open HparcH that linn kept lit in within :!»o I'eet of hlH llttlo cottage here fr»r more than nix yenr». "I'euplo who haven't had agoraphobia," he Hiild ilnrlnK a daring walk fully a mile from hltj home, "will never Itnow what a Iftvely world thin IH, what a Klorloun llfo we j ran live." NOW Record Cargoes ooked for P AMERICA'S MOST COPIED RADIO Again A Year A SAN I'lMHtO. T\vn honliiMl to New Radio Adventures On STATION W6XAI 5:45 EVERY DAY Except Saturday and Sunday I Hop!. 'M nro UPUI Iv ItO.nnu (HUH of ln>t wron tiuw anil Mrp Imrbor luithinUtrn lu-n' fur Hut'h a n1nnM l>m l<ul nf tlini'. Tin 1 Aincrlciin I In \vnllnn i '(iinpiLiiy him tiuoUiMt 10 tuul lltr \\'llllnniM, Ulmontl 'u. luiM IxMiluMl nllir. c M STARTING hn MONDAY, S ER28 A brand-new aerie* of exciting adventured More fun, more thrill* than ever before (or Little Orphan Annie Haleneral Be sure to tune in Monday at 5:45 1'. M.I TWO GUESTS-OJNE PRICE •on S|iutilnh *'hil> nt tlm lil«li Mrliool ;m rnlluiMlnMll^ Tu«*r(lnK 'Pu*^Mlay nt (In- Mrluiol nrru)*Unn tu thn rlul* \\\\- vli*i»r, M!M»* Murlr t\ KnuriMi7.ii, (H mlt \ ui'MntM-r wlm \VUM pi \vHli t»htim for !hr Hi of offlrnrn \\\\\\ hi'UI, wltli I ,r-llil ItvirUliucluiUK junior MtU <t<Mi1, t-hnMi'ii an pr^MidtMM i n hi*r of IITf I*«MM'V JoiH'M rhylllH \VhlNlri-. M* \VuoUrtnv \Vlltnin, t ruum wiM'i 1 mini* 1 ftM' n \nir\\ to )M^ ln>M ut th tho rvniliiK ***' (MMoh*M* \ un<! i Nrhool ut FEATURES YOU NEVER S AW 0 R HEARD Bt FORE ON ANY RADIO THE MAYFLOWER HI-- planning Spanttth LOS ANCEUS 1ST moit c*ntr«lly loctttd downtown rec ^T rom from ATI! CUARANT McFarland Girl Is Feted on Hirthday Come into our *tor« and look * over thes« n«w Z«nith§. An unboilovabla number of Double 3SO CVKUT KOOM win or Doublt $2.50 $3.00 $3.5 NONK HIGH bmrtmln lib lOW NTIRIY Dlfnlflid * i Strict com KTAIL •(• • Imar MAYFLOWER HOTEL. 515 SOUTH GRAND AVI, ONE PRICE-TWO GUESTS Ht-itt Joan Ijohrn \\IIM fi>ti»«l at it • lilrthduy imrty 'runulay nt^lit hy u t>f her |III)H nt (tin llarlow IUMMP of NtlMH ilnriittUno (Jar M'll. riir group uttriiiliMl tho iil^-ht hull ittitl lain plu\ IM! ^aint>M ;\t Uu> Out rot t Itiinio. UrllKhttul hlrttnluy i I'lrcuhwoiitN urn- Morvotl with up polntntontH lit hluo ami whlto. At \ tontlhiK thr party with tho linm>i-oil j^KUoHt ami hoHloHH woro: MIMNOM Mm- Jorlo I'otorHon. Murlo UotilHo AHro Holloway, Mario Mi'HHri-H. Hhorty • Uohlnmm, ICat«Uln, \VUbur Hylton uiul Jim- lulu models to chooM wo how with y««r reputation for m»k 2500 radicM o*a do it Witham & B ,- J^HPHJ* ' LI 1 gffi^ ; ' •. -v ; '"r ;r^HW** A V^ ii^IEisfck ,-.;. v 'l V, I •;';::;*.--^,-- ; \ j Fix TfcuUr 1015 H Strot t P'ktiit 1114 4 I Our RMd«rltnotTAiiur«a Your /••tiff notion * . n . • -• ' • -j r -i l ,-r • > I-' V jj (' - S J - - *•«•$ "- M 4? l-.V L '!_ =' V'S, -' ^r i - **-** I X L'' -m i' % 'h" - -I.' f/."^.v ', ..••>_- • - -1 > •i- .1 --.. •*' * ' - t - /• *•'•* *:, ; -' .f. l ^ -A L" • •• ^- * I & ,?< •n : -V-: •.-I- 1 THT '-•l .' -A - - / -^ P'. n -. ".- > . 'I I •' 't- ,'- n ' J. •Ti- itf- 1 . -' gi- *a- Jk .,. -.-.!)'-•• i' ' * • •' :> .* .»-- • \ * - • , •••.-tv •,. '•. ' *t t s -i t.rfrl ^ «.' 7' i H i s i - f 1 « f/i. £' . #': 1. 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'- V • • ASSEMBLE A USE ABLE .L ' - ,J . i. • t Outfit t With Blou W Genuine / Y FROM SPOUTS -/DKPAttTMBNT V** ''- :"tt» . ombine Pair flf. -- •-" ?%fl/ ose _ _ L J Medium and Sheer Chiffon Vi T.'l' » Per Pair 3 Pair for $2.85 Leather Tan Ginger Smoke Mist Smoke Tone ties These ve ive appearance LTS TELO LVETS air OW OTS an Basem Priced From n esult partment appy expensiv ccesses utfi Frontier Days and Any Prac ces zes e\v em DAY SPECIALS OLLAR FANTS AND JUNIO ONY Km Each nALGONl TK15N SOL OLD LET YOU FOOL OATS ^^^^^^^^^^T ^^^^^^^^^^^H ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^ JAC Leath JACKET TEX IJASUMKNT DRASTIC CLEARANCE f His* Stvl SUMMER DRESSES Val H $16i75Now h 1 n J FORMALS are included in tliis group. Lovely feminine creations of chiffon, organdie and silk. \ j STREET, AFTERNOON, JACKET DRESSES of crepe, chiffon and print. WOOL DRESSES have long sleeves. though only a very few. They In Our Fashion Section on the Main Floor t for F tier D d Pract FOR MEN AND BOYS LEE COWBOY JEANS nk FOR LADIES LEVI'S Sanforized-Shrunk Don't let the men all the "jeans" wearing! Specially made for women ! v-^^ ^f -r — »— • i -^r $1.00 $1.75 Gay Cowboy SHIRTS With inner knee pads of leather. Sturdy aild $2.98 well $1.00 $1.65 JODHPURS COWBOY HATS $1.95 muummmm I L Men's and,Women's Genuine Whittentdn LANKET Smart and well made. Inner knee pads.,'». . * i $3.45 STORK i t * -,- . i BASEMENT DEFT j , f i Women s Novelty Specially Purchased lo'*Sell at Hi Many broken lines of Fall shoes reduced for Dollar Day! High and low heels . . , suedes, tents, kid leathers. Some sport oxfords. i Reg. $3.00 Values j Reduced for Jacquurds and Plain Colors Dollar Day Full Fashioned-Pure Silk HOSIERY. 2 Pairs for Satin and Velvet ' - . ' ' • ' L^ _ I House Slipper MKN rr Knee high nnd regular lengths, service and chiffon Avcignts, wanted new fall shades. NE • r b ^ rij KA8EMKNT n In both All the STOCK! Mules and Solid leather soles; low and cuban heels; Sp^aliO*;.iwr pair - , . H^'; .-•• • 4. t- • ,_\ : TT f • m r *JM I fj i y I -'' -' ^ I r +4

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