The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 28, 1936 · Page 6
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 6

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Monday, September 28, 1936
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' THG DAY'S NGWS IN PIGTUReS HF SAW THE PARADE -And DEATH STALKS IN SPAIN—Prior to the dynamiting of historic from a hlch point too It's Just Alcazar fortress, near Toledo, Spain, snipers played an important ,i human fly who climbed up tho part In the long selge as loyalists attempted to rout rebels holding SWIMMING LESSON BY PAPA—The papa in this case; being George Burns, one-half of the radio and screen team of Burns, and „,.!..».. ..j "..v, ,....„., ,. ...... ........ .... . , -.--:-(- — Allen. Georgie-Porgie is teaching his two adopted children, Sandra idr of a downtown building In Uio fort. Loyalists anlpnrH arc pictured nere moving up to an an- GOVERNOR LANDON IN DES MOINES—Gov. Alfred M. Landpn, Repubjlcan presidential nominee, is Jcan and Ronald John, the correct and incorrect way Ho- paddle. I ;icvcland to see 1114-hour Arncrl- vanccd pout near tho Alcazar. Even after tiifs dynamiting or tne Jn D Molnes, where he pledged farmers cash benefit and conservation payments and presented' Locale Is the comedian's.private swimming pool in;Hollywood. _ . . f S»M! HAM« f it A »M>\MlB 1 ti«l /•! A nrinflmirtfl frt rlAlfl AIT tff\ I/A I*T1 tTiAli I rrtfP.PS. .. * *-*T . i. '..»•—•..'•«__._,^-«_ • •* • '• 'V f • » ( Cleveland can Legion parade. fortress, the rebels inside continued to hold off government forces. hlg farm program before a large audience at the fair grounds race track. * ONE UNIT IN 11 H-HOUR-LONG LEGION PAUAD1S—Thla girls' hand, from Indiana, led by a hlgh- otcpplng baton wicldcr, drew applause as It marched In ll'i-hour-long American Legion parade In Cleveland. Fashions of the Fashionable <$>- CMOO-CHOO, HERE WE COME!—And this contraption from South Ucnd, Ind., came a-chugglng—In 11 Vi-hour-long American Legion parade In Cleveland. HER STUNT BACKFIRED—It was alt right for dinniM girls In Now York to get themselves a little publicity by ntaglng a tug-o'-war in the (Jay While Way, but Sylvia Marsh made n mlslaUc In starting the war off by llrlng a pistol. It seems that there's a law In Now York nbout pistol waving, so Miss Marsh finds herself in the hands of the law. Kylvla can be scon In ornlrr with pistol. PERFORM DELICATE OPERATION ON MALFORMED CHILD— Surgeons in Chicago performed a delicate operation to save the life of this baby, Julian Tafel, Jr., who is seen above with his mother. The parents disagreed over whether to permit an operation or let the baby clio a "mercy death". They later agreed and the operation was performed. The mother had, Urged the operation. THE CAMPBELLS ARRIVE IN HOLLYWOQD—Alan Campbell and hll wile, the fornw Dorothy Parker, both \\1dely.Jtnown writer*. ROYAL BLUE .FROCK—Carol Hughes of the films wears this unusual frock of royal blue fabric and rhlnestones. The dress has a' high-fitted waistline and gathered bodice, while the short-sleeved tunic coat is spattered with rhinestones^ Rhinestone clasps close the neck .opening. NEW NAZI FIELD GUN—Interest of world powers Is focused on German army maneuver*, New gun«, appear to b» having trouble coaxing Uwlr pel coochr.dog Into their AT LEAST YOtJ CAN S&E THB HANDSl-—TW% hug* wrt«t watch similar to the one piolurea, play an Important port. According to rumors, thii fte^d pleo« IB UnK«d wlU» ««w,ljbUy\vood»home foUowing their arrival from New York. The t« 18 times Us normal sUo. n la worn by Virginia Geisel as part ol the new Nazi .myaiery gun ..which is said to ha more noworful than the French v "»ove«ty.flve»" ol coup)?, who Went to Hollywood to AVorK on a »cr*en play, finally con* the display at a Jewel«ra' convention in Chlewr . Worw war famt v ' • - ' v,H}§s4, U]« anlm»l He fJjould move Into the new quwUw^ Central Prow Aaaoclatlorw IWB * " GB?TS , eral Nogues, who becaqta a national hero ifi Stipincp through ' against the tribal i« French'; high,

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