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: ' ''' '" •'' v -' '"' •' ' ' ;s fa', tfirltHnj Mid*«*** . W.UVMt .'**£.»&£«, - . - WANT ADS Classified Advertising column* of The Bakersfield Callfornfan close promptly at 11 O'clock every morning. Phone 31. .BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1936 PAGES 9 TO 18 Monthly Stipend of $31 .Received by County , .Roll Members LAW MOJflE^LIBERAL Stale Distributes Aid to 47,954 Aged Who (Vntti-d Pret* Leaned \Cire) CAORAMENTO,, Sept. 28.— Under ^ terms of the liberalized old-age pension act, a total of 605 needy .aged In Korii county received ah average of $81.00 'last month, the state department of social welfare reported. , : . -In a general report covering the state as u 'whole, the department said: - ' ' "During the month of August, 47,954 aged persons In tho state of California received $1,508,428 as old age assistance. The -change In tho law effected at the recent special Session of the Legislature has been tho chief factor In increasing the average -payment', throughout tho state to $31,4(1 per aged person." * Records of the department show a substantial increase In the average allowance under the act in recent months. ' . Allowance .Boosted 'In June, a total of 43,020 persons received $1,0114,700 for an average of »24.0(i per case. The following month the number on the aged rolls increased to 44,905 andUlje average allowance went up. to' i 131.40. Liast month, 47,854 aged persons wqrc Included on the list and the average payment incroased ip $31.46, The increase was attributed mainly to the new law which,' 'reduced minimum payment at f 85 a month, certain other sources of income being ddductablo. The now law provides that, in cooperation with 'the national social security act, $15 shall be paid by the federal government. $10 by the state and $10 by 'the county of residence in each case. A,'; 'study of the various allowances made in the counties shows a wide variety of averages. Alpine county is the only one to show no old ttge -beneficiaries. , ..;.'".:/ Payments Vary ' In the other /counties, payments rurigo'from it, low of $S6.63 m San TSehlto county to a high of $33.60 In Amr.dor county. ' Los, Angeles county* with its huge population, leads the state in total payments for the month with $646,104. San Francisco Is second with $129.643. « t * Former Resident Called in Fresno . Funeral services wero conducted Saturday- at 2:30 o'clock In a Fresno chapel -for Mrs. 'Arthur II, Swain, who^, passed away, Friday In Fresno, following a long illness. A prominent'* local matron for many years. .Mrs. Swain; tho former 'Miss Jessie Oreeley, came to this community with her parents, Mr. and >lrs. C. 13. Clreeley, In tho early '80s, Her death is a matter. of sorrow to hundreds. of .friends throughout the county. *T - ; — « . » East Bakersfield Plans Mock Court Those in Kaat Bakersfleld business district who have no costumes or whiskers will have reason to regret it tonight, according to Ed Benedict, civic leader, who disclosed today 'the Kangaroo Court will go Into session tonight at 7 o'clock. There will be Justice but no mercy> Benedict warned. The whole proceedings will be serenaded by tho Southern Stars, W8XAI radio artists, C FATALITIES REACH 1OO MARK Horses Will Have Right-of-Way for Celebration Week IA/ITH hundred* of horses, old••time sUge coaches and wagons,on the'strets of Bakersfield this week because of the Frontier pay's celebration, this city's old law giving horses and horse- drawn vehicles the right-of-way over automobiles will be Invoked. Cltyt Manager Fred Nlghbert today requested police officers to enforce the ordinance and urged all motorists to be cautious In passing horses and horse-drawn vehicles In order to avoid accidents and runaways which would mar the gay spirit of th? Frontier celebration. Union Cemetery I* a NON-PROFIT CORPORATION, which mean* that all Income ROM into the Cemetery treasury,. J ; ' It la conducted tor the benefit of the publlo and not for individual profit. t 4| 40 f of the, aal«a of thli • '-' C«metery goe» into the Per; _• petual Care Fund to Insure , Perpetual Care Of fin a( the Cemelen Telephone SOT SHORTAGE TOLD Employment Bureau Manager Tells Need of Workers During Celebration A shortage of domestic help, with waitresses in particular demand for the coming Frontier Days week end, was reported today by Mrs. Doris Tucker, manager of the women's division of tho California state free employment service, 1300 Eighteenth street. Nearly 40 orders remain unfilled. Jlany housewives have asked for domestic help by the hour, and there are also places for women by tho month, either with room In the home or without. All women interested in-the work are asked to apply at thcj employment service. * AVlllard Marsh, the local agency manager, said work te available for agricultural hands, including grape cutters'and cotton pickers. This office also needs a better class of applicants for office positions on flic, h<? said, so that when persons sunk- Ing better jobs-than they now have may be reached when opportunity .arises. Warning of Fires Issuedln County Wllli more than TOO fires, some of devastating" proportions, burning throughout northern California, Ben Cooper, chief dispatcher of the state forestry service here, today issued a warning to "Kern residents that humidity Is below ndrnml locally and that a slight further drop may lead to tinderbox conditions such as caused the northern conflagrations. Extreme care with fire is needed to prevent disasters here, he paid. Ranger Harold P. Bowhay, Assistant Ranger Ed Outowski and Fred Stewart were summoned north Saturday to assist in direction of flro fighting activities there and today Mr. Cooper received word from Santa Cruz that he piay expect a requisition for men to help suppress tho redwood forest flro there. The only week end activity of tho. forestry service was occasioned by fbur grass fires set by Someone on tho Qosford Road, -which burned about ao acres. Smoke from Back canyOn, lib m lies east of Moraine, was reported to Mr. Cooper by the fire lookout* on both Pluto and Breckeifrldgo mountains at noon today. ISImo • Freear, assistant ranger, and CO men were dispatched. Tho fire Itself was npt visible but apparently was quite largo and is burning In heavy brush on the «lopo of Plute, Mr. Cooper reported. . • ' 4 i > , / ' Many Plan to Ride Aboard Aged Wagon Sixteen youngsters and adults already haye made reservations to occupy tue big old-time wagon which \V, C. Chamberlain of 1014 Ntles street will enter In the gay Frontier Days parade next Saturday. Fourteen more can bo accomodatod. Mr, Chamberlain, a pioneer of Kern county, annually em pipy es «, teamster, wagon and team of horses .for tho Frontier parade, and charges teach occupant,an amount sufficient to cover the expense.* Ilenervattona for youngsters ore 30 conta and for adults CO cents. •*« > Rosedale Grangers Will Meet Tonight Rosedale Grange will meet at 8 o'clock tonight In the Orange hall near Rosedale school to plan a potluck dinner'and booster's night program for Wednesday evening, also to be held In the hall, it waa announced today t»y Dallas Hayes, master. Additional piano will be made for dedication of the hall on October 10 at a public meeting. All Grangers and their friends are invited to attend boosters' night Wednesday. ' « « » . BEER LA\VS CONFLICT ST. LOUIS, Sept. 88, (0. p,^ Bothersome U> St. Louis brewers are conflict* In f^Jeral and local beer la- bollng regulations, i!^deraj requirements am that «4>» alcoholic content of beer not to.b^» carried on tho label .tfwp Mat beer. A local vide* that the alcoholic California's Hour Salute to County Scheduled on Radio Tonight NOVIS IS FEATURED Local Stars and Famous Tenor to "Appear" on Special Program "CALIFORNIA'S HOUR" will Issue a state-wide Invitation to participate In the Bakersfield Frontier Days celebration In Us salute to Kern county tonight from Lou Angeles. A section of 250 scats has been set aside In the theater studio for the gaily clad group of Whlskerlnos and th«lr wives who will go south for the program, starting at 0:30 o'clock over K1IJ and KERN. A now star for the hour, Donald Novls. Pasadena boy who went ca.rt in 1932 und made good, will be Introduced. The widely-acclaimed tenor will begin his reign on "California's Hour" by fing.'iiK Joyce Kilmer's "Trees," which ho helped to make famous on many coast-to-coost net- Body-Bruising "Ride" on Inside of Cement Mixer Is Experienced DECOVERING from Injuries re• celved when he was "taken for a ride" In • cement mixer, Ot Trantham, 43, Bakersfield cement worker, today was In a position to tell the "Inside" story of the construction racket. Trantham, employed In construction of the new Shell Oil Company pump station north of Kern County Airport, was Instructed to clean up a large cement mixer early yesterday afternoon. He crawled bodily Into the hopper and went to work. A moment later the operator of the machine, unaware of Trantham's presence, pressed a but- ton that set the mixer In motion. Around and around the hopper churned, the terrlfkd worker Inside screaming to attract attention. At last hearing the man's cries above the roar of the machinery, the operator turned off the motor. Trantham was taken from the mixer, bruised and shaken, covered with cement and suffering from severe shock as result of the experience. He was rushed by Hopsor, ambulance to Mercy Hospital for treatment. He was subsequently discharged from the hospital when It became known he had not suffered serious Injury. vork broadcasts. Interspersed with Novls' singing and a 1000-word tribute to Bakersfield and Kern County read by Conrad Nagcl will be the'number of 11 local artists. These Include Betty O'Brien, Bakersfield soprana, Donald S. Jones of Taft. tenor: Robert Stoddard of Bakcrsfiold, baritone; Kern Mountaineers, Bakersfield radio hillbillies, Wax Baylesn, Jr.. and Robert Lee. a piano duel team, and Lloyd Combs, yodellng tonor. A great caravan of Kern residents will leave from in front of the otty hall hero this evening ut 5:30 o'clock to attend the California's hour pro- granv-in the.southland. Tickets for everyone who wishes to attend will be available for 6vcry"6no who gathers in front of tlio city hall. There will l)e no charge, but those participating are requested Frontier Days costumes. to wear Willie P. Davis, 15, Is Taken by Death Willie Prentis Davis, 15, son of Lyle II. Davis of 330 Cooper street, Olldale, died at a local hospital this morning following a short illness. He was a native of Klmira, Ark., and had resided hero five years. In addition to his father, he leaves a brother, James Hubert Davis of Oildale, and a sister, Mrs. Annie Smith of Ijong Beach. . > Funeral services will be conducted at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at Doughty • Calhoun • O'Meara ctmpol, with Interment following at Greenlawn Memorial Park. Henry A.Borrman of Arvin Is Taken Henry A. Borrman, 74, of Arvin, died at a local hospital yesterday. A native of Now Vork, Mr. Borrman came to California with his father when ho was only one year of age. The Borrman family first established residence at Fresno, farming 40 acres there, and later moved to San Francisco, where they operated a grocery store until tho earthquake and fire of 1908. Henry Borrman then returned to Fresno and established residence With John Kovacevlch. well known grape rancher and winery operator. Ho was residing with the Kovacevlch family at Arvin at tho time he was taken 111 late Saturday afternoon. Kern Man Jailed, Deer Theft Count Harry Brown, assistant manager of a trucking convert! operating here, today faced trial on a petty theft charge arising from alleged theft of a deer shot by W. M. Trl- vett, of Taft. The deer, ono of tho largest taken out of the JackJflanch district this season, was taken from Trlvett's car,while It wan parked on a Bakersfield street Saturday night, police reported. Brown won arrested by Inspector Bob Knight and nub- sequently released under flOO bond. The deer, which has not been rfe- covered, weighed 162 pounds dressed, according to T/rlvett. Greater Use of Electrical Apparatus Holds Dangers City Personals * * Bits of News James Carter, graduate, of Kern County High School and resident of Bakersfield, has enrolled as a freshman at Whlttler College, Whlttler. Carter entered AVhltlier College with high recommendations from tho faculty of Kern County High School. Carter Is now itppcarlng on tho campus In the frosh traditional uniform of blue Jeans and knobby green cap. Three.sharp earth shocks which caused windows In Bakersfield homojj to rattle and chandeliers to swing, were foil at 6:46 p. m. Saturday. The earthquake resulted In numerous Inquiries as to whether or not there had been an explosion In this vicinity. Tho shocks, It Is reported, wore limited to this district. The drum and bugle corps of Private Harold Brown Post No. 14 68 will meet for practice Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the Kern Rlvef bluffs parade grounds, It was announced today. The Mrs. Edna Stevenson, stenographer In radio station KISRN, has resigned her position and was succeeded this morning by Miss Frances Swarthout, formerly an employe In the office of Welll's Department Store. As a Frontier Days concession, Frank Wllkson, county treasurer, and Superior Judge It. B. Lambert are wearing mustaches. Superior Judge Allan B. Campbell has more luxuriant facial foliage. Achton Jensen, chief criminal deputy of Kern county sheriff's office, spent Saturday and Sunday treking through the underbrush of Greenhorn mountain, get his deer- He failed to S. A. Woody, county auditor, appeared today wearing a green Hhlrt, red bandana handkerchief about his neolc and a growing beard of conspicuous proportions. Tho big swimming pool at ICorn River Park will bo closed on Wednesday evening for tho rest of tho season, Merrill Stoopes, park superintendent, announced today. Dr. C. F. Clampltt, recently op- orated on for appendicitis, is now convalescent and is receiving friends at tho Mercy Hospital. Frank Davis' spare time. \» being absorbed by a new daughter, Perl Ann. Mrs. Davis Is receiving friends at the Mercy Hospital. 55 Educators on Enjoyable Outing Fifty-five schoolmasters from the three high schools of the Kern County High Hchool District and the county office enjoyed an outing nt Portuguese Meadow* during Saturday and Sunday.' Special guests were M Bckman of Khufter, president of the K«rn rounty Y. M. C. A., and Bob Ford, secretary of tho T, M. C. A. The annual affair waa upon- sored this year by the men of tho science department. A special feature of the outing was tho campflro i Saturday night, at wlUch F. F. l-atia I florin of Shafter.talked on-MM recent trip I vmuu use of electrical up^ pllances In recent years nan Increased tho danger of overloading wiring not Intended for such heavy use, C. R. Molkel, city electrical Inspector, said today, advising householders to chock their electrical equipment against the possibility of Are, inefficient lighting, and ex-' pensive repairs. In his Inspections, Mr. Moikel said, he frequently finds Improper and dangerous electrical condition)). " A house wired a few years ago for lighting only may bo In constant danger today from radio, electric refrigerator, clocks, fans, healer*, many portable lumps, an ironing mangle, vacuum cleaner und other appliances, tlio Inspector pointed out. Tho least Unit rain happen 1» Inefficient lighting, the lumps full- Ing to got tho current they need. When sueh an overload burns out fuses, nald Mr. MelUol. nil too often ho finds that people have Dimply ro- ne wod the circuit by IIHO of u penny or n metal strip. Thin defeats tho protective purpose *of tho fuse. Another frequent cause of accident* In Uio wearing of lamp, radio and extension cords, tho wires becoming exposed and' lending to short circuits. Serious Injury und death often results, especially to children, he mild. (f new . the wpoctor enforces the i.. visions of the building rodo to'insure safety and convenience. People building outstdo tho city should employ a reliable electrical contractor to protect their Investment in the house, he said. Albert Fialu, Bakersfield, Looted of $78.50 by Armed Robbers MOTOR CAR IS USED Victim Reports Cnsh Was Practically All of Month's Wages "DAKERSFIKLD polico today •*•* sought two Negroes, one armod with n nickel-plated revolver, 'who hold up and rohlwd Albert Flala, 2212 N street, near the Intersection ] of Twenty-first and N streets as i Flnla waa walking homo shortly before midnight Saturday. The holdup victim said tho bandits obtained $78.60, tho greater part of a month's wages. Search for tho robbers was delayed owing to failure or Klula lo report ! tho holdup until 2:30 o'clock Sunday )' afternoon. It wan reported nt police Frontier Tickets Are Moving Fast, Salesmen Report MORTHWEST corner of Nine'" teenth street and Chester •venue was a busy place today as reserved tickets for Bakersfield Frontier Days, October 3 and 4, went on sale In the gaily decorated booth. With celebrities from all sections of the west planning to attend the celebration and with the greatest riding and roping stars of the nation signed for the two-day rodeo, Indications are that the "standing room only" sign will be posted long before Arena Director Hugh Strickland fires his six-shooter to mark the opening event. Charles Mosier Is 100th to Appear on Death's Record of County MOTORCYCLIST HURT Eight Other Persons Are Hurt in Crashes Here During Week End headquarters. Tho holdup men drove tip behind Klnla, one man jumping nut of the rnr ntul covering him with tho gun while (ho other went through hlN pockets, it was reported. j pHAULES MOSIER, 44, Pomona ^ truck driver, today was on "Death's Record" as the one-hundredth fatality to result from Kern • traffic accidents in a period of 10 i days lees than a year. He died at a local hospital last night of Injuries received when his truck crashed Into a tree beside Golden Present I nndino Field Tnni State n| s hw «y 13 miles south of ursciu canning t icm i oo , Rnkersfleld laat FrWn} . XIn<s other persona wore Injured, one critically, In othor truffle mishaps of the past week end. Cyclist Injured Wilbur Urndy, 37, of Bakersflold, suffered a possible skull fracture when his motorcycle skidded and Close lo City; Planes Must Fly Too Low Residents of Mojavo wish an airport further out of town than tho county-owned one now In use, Chair- inn n Hoy Woollomen of tho Board of Supervisors suld today. Tho reason for this), Mr. Woollomes said, IB , caused In part by tho dlrootlon of . «...«* ttW _ tno Xo .F°_"' lth lnp j">o prevailing wind. Planes leaving other j (h,. fluid f|y, o f necessity, low over r tho j tho roofs of the houses and other InilUllntfH and some residents have fears for their safety hi a plane should full. May Convert Klnld ResidontH of tho district, working gun wore a greon suit. wns it heavy sot man. Aftc robbery, tho two men drove i UK? intril holdup In n |><<rlod of approximately two months In the sumo general pnrl of the, oily. Farmer Arraigned on Knifing Charge •\Vllllnm \V. Uorrln, 33 Pununin rancher who ullcgpdly knifed thren i ! rom «ii> overturned on North Baker street yesterday afternoon. It was his second bad accident on a motorcycle In less thun two months. fnconselous und bleeding from tlie rui-u, the young man was taken by Hopann ambulance to Kern General Hospital, where his condition IN reported "grave, Fred Smith. 43, and Elmer Davidson, 46, both of Bakersfield, are under treatment ut Kern General Hospital for severe lacerations received with Supervisor George Parish, iux> ""hen their automobile turned over now working on H plan to buy the j "" Ooldon State Highway, one mite county airport and convert It into n i H0 "th of Greenfield, at 4 a. m. Sun- recreation park. With lh« money ?* y ',. T h«-'.v \ven> picked up by thus obtained the county could buy another site for un airport farther immediate uivu. of the his wife, and brother-ln-taw, during un nltoroullon j Friday night, toduy was arraigned In Sixth township Justice Court on ft charge of assault with u deadly mainly one mllo out of town IB now under consideration. Home le.vnllng of the proposed field and tho transfer of a "wind sock" ! Indicate to Ober ,0 hi. „„„„„„„, hearing for, and remanded ! J"jJJ,' •"" « the prisoner lo custody of tho sheriff In lle.ii of $5000 bond. Herrln la alleged to have Hlnnhed S.F. Dock Strife 8ubject_at Meet l^abor strife such us Is hindering San Francisco business will bo carried to Uakersfleld and other Inland j cities by agitators unless thulr pros- Harry Holmes and Herbert Andor- use. it was wild. Transfer KuntU In connection with their routlno Mrs. Herrln; his brother-in-law, Joss business tho board has ordered thu C. Hartllne. und u thlni person, Joa- transfer of $0000 from Iho county fund to the Mtandard school district fund to be used for construction pur- Hcttencourt, in a quarrel which began over whether or not Mrs. Her- rln should have a permanent wave. I IMJUBS under tin- I-'WA grunt for tho school auditorium. Frank Wllkuon, county treumirer, «ald the. transfer could be made under crdur of tho supervisors. Landscaping Study Will Begin Tonight ent progress Is halted, Charles K Victor of Ban Francisco, western manager of tho Yawnwn-Krbo Manufacturing Company, told Klwanluns at luncheon In 131 Tojon hotel today. Relating personal experiences and Information which he said convinced him that tho workers arc being terrorized by a few paid agitators, Mr. Victor traced the spear of the agitation from tho dock workers to warehouses, hardware and drug wholesalers and even retail stores. "Tho ultimate purpose of tho International longshoremen's Association,", ho said, "is control of the handling of all merchandise In California." Tho union demands In every Industry they enter are "vicious," Mr. Victor said, among them being thu demand for a contract making tho employer responsible, although unions have no legal, financial or mor»l 198 Prisoners Are Held at Kern Jail son of tho high school OKrlnultural department faculty will begin a i study course In landscaping at tho | fall's first meeting of tho llakersfleld j Oimlon Club at 8 o'clock tonight In j Tho number of prisoners In Korn room 117, Junior Coll«g«.- building, county Jail today mood at 198, a now The course will continue throughout i "high," following a heavy wave of th«i year und thn club, which also plans garden socials on alternate Sunday aftcrnoonn, welcomes new member*. responsibility: demand for a hiring hall controlled by tho worker*, so that an employer must accept whatever men are sent to him; and for a closed Mhop with a seniority clause that prevents an employer from discharging an employo of long service and keeping a more efficient worker of lewi seniority. James Mooro was Introduced by Prenldent Cjlenn Htanfleld HH a now member. U. Y. Burutn, Klwanls din(riot lieutenant-governor, reported that approximately a dozen members will attend th« Btato convention In Hiverstde'H Mission Inn October a to 10. Most of tho Klwuiiians wero dud in Frontier Day* cogtumu and those that weren't woro fined. St. Andrew's Church LOS ANGEUSS. Sept. 28.— Dedicated by tho Most Reverend Archbishop John J. Cantwn.ll, tho first Russian Cat hole church in America received worshippers todny, Known as Hi. Andrews' Catholic Church, It, differs from tho many orthodox Russian churches In this country In that It recognises iho authority of Home. Tho Itoverend Michael Nedtotsohln. once of the Russian aristocracy. Is rector of the new parish. trip to Mexico, and William White, also of Shatter, who discussed his trip to Europe this summer. DEATH'S RECORD Dated troqt October S, J9U On Monday of each week The Californian wfll publish the record of Kern county deaths resulting from traffic accidents. Watch Death's Record and beware I Dead this week , , , i Dead previously reported ,,.... 99 Tola! on Death's Record by Death, Oildale James Charles Clanu. Infant son of Mr. and Mrs, Woodrow Earl Clann of Olldale, died at a local hospital this morning. The baby was just four days old. Funeral services will be conducted at PlIclclnger.Dlgier chapel at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning and Interment will be In CJreenlawn Memorial Park, —'' " '.,* ' * .. " ' Claude Parker, 2?, Passes at Hospital Claud* Parker, 88, of Bakemfteld, died at a local hospital ywnUwday M- lowing a short Illness. The remains wwe »*nt today to Oregon City, Or*., whfcf* Mr. Parker i« kUH'lved. by two by and hl» mother. Doughty '' In Local Store Page Specials Attracting Tuesday Shoppers I OCAU STORE SPECIALS, the «- r«(jul«r Monday advertltlng feature In The CtllfornUn, It highlighted today by new sport- son of the p*g« *nd merchin- dice to use and wear for Frontier O«y». The new sponsor* •re the Phillips Muslo Company and the Davis Furniture Company, the former, announcing th* opening of • new department and the latter, new stylew Ip furniture. Thirty-two business houses and stores, representing a total of 25 lines of different businesses are represented on the page this week, offering exceptional tpeolals In scores of different merchandise. Men and womtn will do wall by following the advertisement* on thi« rogulsr feature "regularly," say these 32 merchant! who stnd to the shopper the message, "Shop as you please, do It wilii *•*•, buv Tuesday.". nrre«U by ].taki*rHfl«ld police nnd tin- office over tho past week end. I'ollco rcKlBtorcd a total of 43 ar- rewts, chiefly on vagrant and drunk the Doughty-Ciilhoun-o'Moara ambulance. Two Cars Crash Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Saks, of 4410 Hiutinin avenue, Los Angeles, wero taken to San Joaquln Hospital for treatment yesterday afternoon following u collision Involving two automobiles 2.B miles north of Grapevine. According to California Highway Patrol officials, Saks was attempting to pass another . car when his automobile was Involved In u side-swipe collision with a car driven by Dr. Felix 15. Walthal. of Uakersfleld. The Saks were treated for severe cuts and bruises. Pablo Cota, Lento cotton picker, was held on a charge of reckless driving following an accident In which two were Injured on Golden State highway. 12 miles north of Bakersfield. at 7:15 o'clock last night. Driving out from a service station. Cola's automobile struck broadside an automobile driven by Mrs. Lawrence Pregln of Route 1. Box 86, Vlsnlla. It was reported. J. S. Hell- Ing, 6f>. of 71H South Church street. VlHaJln. and his wife, Margaret, 66. were slightly Injured In the accident but wero ablo to go to their home after flrst-uld treatment. Auto Overturns Miss Lula Hedrlck. 2y. and Robert Wasaon, 8i'. both, of Doiano. were treated at Delano Hospital at 2:45 o'clock Sunday afternoon for Injuries received when their car turned over on the Pond road. Miss Hed- rlck hud a deep cut on the left side •hargon. Klnco tho three attack* on ! of hpr lu ' H<1 tt » d Mr. Wusson suf- lUikerBflcld women u week ago. city I ere " a cut over llllf left «'y*- Both patrolmen nro oiieratlng und«r or- 1 NV( ' ro ubl " to leHVC tho hospital after deru lo pick up all persons nwh on I having thHr Injuries dreiuted. city Htreotn "ut Into and unusual i Mr> a lo»'<;r, thf truck accident vie- ttm, !x Burvlvod by a widow, Mrs. Opul Mcwier, two tmns, Wayne and Charles, and u. daughter, Nortna Jean MoHler, all of Pomona. Tho body will b« sont to Pomona tonight, for funeral eorvlcea and Interment. DouKhty-CiUhoun-O'Meura chapel la In chargo of hours" or otherwise fitting tho do- Bcrlptlon of a "vagrant." Deputies of Hht-riff ICd Champnciw arreHied 11 men for drunkonncHM In a rnld on Iho Barn, Htlno llond e«- tabllHhmcnl, Saturday night. * « » • Townsend Group to Plan for Barbecue Reports of committee* on a bar-" becun October 11 at Kern Hlver Park will be made, when Townsend Club No. 1 mectii Tuesday evening at Emerson school at 7:30 o'clock. Dr. A. Ober now of liakersfleld. formerly of ModoHlo will bo the! speiikur Tuesday evening. i Plan* will bo furthered for tho glv^' Ing away of a quilt at the barbecue, f 4 . «. , ; $40,000 in Damage ! in Van Nuys Blaze j f.ittottaled I'rrtt Lratri Wirt) i LOS ANQKLKS, Sept. 2S.—One life and HO.OOO damage was the toll today of a fire which swept a Van Nuyn ranch Sunday. Mrs. Cora M. Kygar, 40, wife of a caretaker, waa , burned to death and her hiutband. { , Harry. 62, was serloudy Injured .In j attempting to rescue her frum their cottage. *»• Hollywood Matron Mother of Triplets (Attoeiated Prett Leate<t Win) HOLl/TVVOOD. Sept. 88.—Thr«« v baby girla, brought into the world by a Caeaarian operation, slept cosily in their crib* today, not far from the hoiipltal room of their mother, Mrs. Mylea 15. Andrews. 30. The triplet*. Mm. Andrews' firstborn, weighed a, total of 14 pound*, 13V4 puncea. Kon« will need the old of an incubator, nurwa said. AKIIIAL, HONKYMOON BEVEKL.Y H1UU3, Sept. 2S (A. P.>— Dewey C. Hickenbucker. brother of-America'8 wartime ace of uceH. waa on an airplane honeymoon to Detroit and New York today with his bride, the former Eva May Bayley of Vancouver. B. C. MONUMENTS SALE EXTENDED Until October I Final Opportunity to Buy at WHOLESALE OR LESS MANT DESIGNS TO CHOOSE: FROM ED. H Montane***

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