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THE BAKESMBU) CALltfQltAN. , SETEMBBJtt ad. 1988 t" V 1 ", Delano Graduates Attend University Dl&ljANO, Sept. 30,—Oruduiitos ot the Delano .Tolnt Union lllgh School With tho claBH of load who uro lit- lending college Include, the MIHSCH Botly llamlln, I lat llo Griffith, Stndgo Tooloy, Anltn ClarK, TJorlfl Wood worth, Avii Marie \Veyckor, \Vllllrini Taylor, Jr., .lutm-H Hahn, Leroy Hrown. llorhorl l.asdtoy mid nichiirtl Schahvlt/. nil uf whom urn enrolled nt Hi'' Mnltrrwl'l.-lil .limlor Klvo urn iitipmllng iiiHlltutlniiK In KroHiiu. They nro Ml*" Hoh"coa OHliurin' who Ih onroll'-d nl Hi" 1'Yi'nnii Stale Toacln-rw' iVillrgn, Ihi> MIHHOH I'loni I in vie and Maplinc Phillips iii-'> at tli- (Vnlral <'allfornln. I'mnini-rrliil I'ollrgr anil III" Mlfi.sc-H KYodrlcka Mi'lliorl mid .lriMi>phliii< Atidii|> nrr enrolled nt n Iv-uiily cul- Uirc Ni'lmnl In I'Yomi". N'nlnn riurli IIIIH enrolled nt thr I'nlvi-i-Hllv of Southern i'iillfornlii. niul tlv MlNw-H Hetty Kehllt/. and \ r li-Kl!iln Knlillll ni" taking pout grml- Uiil'' work nt lht> Mcli'ifil. T'Ycderk'k MnlviTfl/idl »( tli«- Hani" of 1!'.')!!. IH unending tin- Culvei-idly of I'nlll'iiriila. llei-lii'lcy, hnvliiK "(in a iirholiit-Hhlp for ""' Idtfhi'Ht Hrhol n«llo rating In III" rliiHH of 111,'KI frfun the Hakei-HOld Junior ColU«gi'. Kornv-r graduati-n u lio nro alxo nt- tPlulliig I hut iinlvM-Hlt y in 1 " 1 III' 1 MlNtf'H III' 1 / (IcildlMK. Ili-rlllle Moi-rlH. I.llllnn ralilM! niul Itomild Dtinti IHO HXCAVATION .IOII i 'A l.l'l.X 1C", Hopl. M". <A. I'.} Thf Inut piece of exi'ii vnilon fur Itupi-r- In I V[I|]'',V'H nll-Aincrlrii.il I'linnl tcidny fiiund worknn n started nl removing 7fiO.OO(l r'tilili- ynrdu nf cnrlli uluiiK ii fi.iiir-nill< % Hti-"l'"h nniir Ihn Mi'Xl (Tin horder. ZANE GREY HERO AND HEROINE Programs Tonight KOO.KPO—Nitlonil Broideutlni C«m(i«n>—»u0»ll«« »r»ir«wi \t: KH, KEOA, KFSD, KOW, KKX, KOMO, KHO" KJR. KtfA. KOA. KOHL, KDYL, KOId, KTAR. KFRO-ORS-oDtit LN inrt ColumbU—SupSlUi prmrimi tot KHJ, K0», K0», KMJ, KOW, KCBK, KERN. KOL, KVI, K»L, K0l«. KEPV. KNX. ~-Kewlyweda; -7545, King Cowboy. • 8:00 to 8)30 p. m. K&RN s.tid nfttwork'—Wllllain tram, Spoahcr: 8:IC, Renfrew of th« : Xlountcd, NBC nelwork—'Atriori and Andy; X:1fl, t/um and Abner, •\V6XAT — Hollywood on Parade; K:in, ThatiK You, 8ttiKln. 6(00 to Bl30 p, m. KKflN and nutwork— Cavalcade of A morion, NBC network— One Man's Family. WOXAI—Crontlor Days neporter; H:»6, Holicrl Kent mill UoNiillinl Kttllli A nvKr Kol'l, NTi;HK, for a woman anil i' Ihn JMK«I><| ('nun HOI-MOM Miami slU'iil Hfiitlrii'l thf! wlldn, hlnhllKliI" 7,iiiin 'Inw'H "KliiK «f tho Hoynl Monnt'Tl," whli'h irornuii to Ilif ,N'll«i thi'iitnr tomorrow on a m % w ilonlilo fi'iilnri! |)i-oKniiri •.•H|i'"'lull.v iir- rangril for thu Frontlw l)ny« '•<•!" hrutlon. HiiHi'il on /.min Clr»-y'H Intnrna- tloinilly wyii'lli'iil'i'l tn'WHpiipiT iul- vntiirx Htrlp of III" mini" Illln, "KliiK of tho Hoynl Mountud" l.i a thrlll-pai'liml drama of Hpi'oliieular ii'-tlon iiunlriMl a ImcliKi oniifl of Hrcnlr Kriiiifli-nr ur'il hnrd-rldhig i-oinani'o itUonmllnx with flint HlioolliiB llirlllM. Hubert. Kent IH Htnrrml In tin- film, with ItoHiillml Kcllh and Alan Dlnchart heading till' fillHl. Tin) i'omp!i.nlon foaturo on the «ain» progi-mn IM "Ailventuro In MmiliniInn," co-HlarrlnK Juan Arthur and .loci M''"'r»i''. KNX— HroH<l(.-a*torH' Club; Maurlcn'B On.'hoMtra. B|30 to 8:00 p. m. KKTW— HttlvaMon Army Program ; 0:45, Wmnon'8 Newspaper of tho Air. NIK ', net work— CrosaeulB. WfiXAI— Iti-oorilliiKK. KNX— Joi'k Arnmtrong; fiMS, Or- lilmti A tinlo. 8:00 to 6 1. 10 fi, m. KKIIN and nnlwnrk— Andi'o Kos- ii'lanetv. Orcliculra. NUi' nnt work — l.oncly I,ano, W«XAI-Now« KlUMlii'H; 0:IS, fJltl- nnr f'oiir("rt In Bi46, KNX—Mutilfal; fi:iri, NrwM. 8)30 to 7;00 p. m. KliHlN and nqlwurk — Oome On, I.ot'n HIiiR. not work — Pinner Concert. Torilf Times. KNX— Mary Martin: 8MO, Singing Waltorw, 7iOO to 7:30 p, m, KRHN and notwork— (Jang BUBt- nrs. Nl«: net work -HII. Parade. WOXAI-- Homo Folks ; 7:10, World Danuec. KNX ••• ICInicr does Hollywood; 7:16, J'ornontt h'alr. 7:30 to 8:00 p. m. KPSriN— Uliytlinili! VarlntlcH; 7:45, Cloonn Cro«k J 'arson. NHC nfltwork— lilt Parade.. WOX A I— Quartette ; 7MG, Cocll and Hully, , . the TJuy; S:J5, m, -Hums and KNX-!~Offli!«r of Arthur Hcnlon. 8:30 to 9:00 p. KKIIN and network Allen. NHC network— -Winning the Wp«t, WOXA,I--^»I) Heportors; 8:45, lilts a nd Jlni'ornM. KNX—Tlomiuico and Hliythm; 8:45, Hurry IvniVd OrcheKtra, 9:00 to 9:30 p. m, KlortN and network — Di'iinm. NHC' network ..... Town Halt Tonight, WiJXAl — Nr-WJf nnphcHI ft:15, Out of the Paul to 0:40. . KNX--No\v«: »:16, Al Lyoim Or- cheHtra. •9:30 to 10:00 p, m. KTBKN—Hludebakor Champions; 9:45, ITurry l.ewlH Orchestra. NIlC network — Town Hall Tonight. WflXAI~tl:46, ftliythm and Ilo- mani!Q. KNX— CrookotlM. ' 10:00 to 10:30 p, m. KKHN— World In llovlew; 10:15, . NIJC network — N'oww Flashes; 10:15, Hotel St. Franclu Orchestra. WfiXAl — All Kwniest Program. 10:30 to 11:00 p. m. W6XAF — All H«quCNt. Program. "Absolute Quiet" Enclosed Pavilion Virginia Thriller! Ready for Opening Mystery in Texas Is Granada Fare Aniithor Peter H. Kyno udvenlnre Mlnry Mian Ing fharlen Ktarrell headii tho double bill Hhriwlng at Ihe (Iran- (idii thcntcr today only. II Is Colntn- bin's "Tho Mynli-rloiiH Avenger," n nirnanllo film of lovo under a Texns j inn nnd of Ihe iouxli rlilliiK UIIIIK- 1 RAMONA hi'll hfint for flKhllivK mid fun ' .loan Porry plavH tlin li'iiillng J foinlnliio ruin. The nc'-ond fmitiire, "Ftrldcn Ar' 1 !,ll«« Tlnil," In n hllnrloiiH roiiT'ily i drama. IIIIHIM! on tho nliiK') play, "Ap , pli'Hiiurn," hy llnrry l!onnt<rii. Anita' i mid Komi Aluxmiilcr head th«| t (,'UHt. Jane P. Powell Now Is Carol Lombard I .oi-i:l I a \ 01111)4 mid Don Amccho /Venn reined Wlrfl I .OH ANdl'Il.lOH, Hepl. [Ill, .Inne ilorH Powell, whr) In hlonrln, |n*el t y and bett'tr luimvti an ('arolit l.mn bard, nuked the Hupnrlor (.'iiurt to day If fill" ('(iiildn't line her Ncrcnn nninn legally. | In her petition the actrenn mild i Him entered Into eonlraclH iind buiil-I | riPHH dealn under bur profenHlonnl ' nairio nnd addod that II. would he 'convenient If tblH could bo her h'Kiil 1 name, i MI«M Lombard WIIH mnrrled to Wllllnni Powell In IHMI They were: dlyoreed In IUIIX I 10HIGHT! TUNE IN ~tlic highways KMJ 0: to p. in. TOMORROW "Qakeriflcld Frontier Dnys" HISTORICAL DRAMAS IN TIIL CAVALCADE o, AMERICA [EVERY WEDNESDAY! KERN 5 P. M. "P.r MB/MM DON VOORHEES 4ttd hh concert orchestra llellor, manager at the l'"n\ thonler, IIIIIIOUIICOM nn <'iip«- clnlly npproprlnto program for I'Yontli'r linyn ce|i<|irallon which will 1«« iilniHn MinrilnK Hnturduy, Octobor II. Ihe o|ienhiK day. In neeldiiK a pleinre with tho Hh>r\ ol 1 early i'iillt'ornla dayn, nolliliu: nion- n|ipi M|II lulu could have been found Iban "llanionn." Helen Hunt .lacliMoti'M «l"r|oiiii romance of u beautiful Indian maiden ami her Ill-filled lover. To add to the beailly of the Htory, It ban been Illineil In I'nll technicolor of na- lui'c'H niitural coloi-M. The mint In an follows: Lore!la VIIUIIK an Haniona, Don Ameeho nn Allcsnandro, Kent Taylor IIH l-'ellpn Moreno, Paullii" I'Yodrlok n« Honora Moreno, .liino liarvvoll MM Auul III, Kalherlno tin Mllle as MnrKiirlta, Victor l\llla.n nn Kiilhor (Innpnro, John ('arrndlno a.'i .Hm li'm-rar and other slurs ropreson!.- Ing Iho remainder of Ihe largo cast. Thn story WIIM written inoro than a half century ago and Is i'nlli'ornla'M motil celebrated lovo iilory, a dramatli 1 ronianen of llio wronnH of a peoplo mowed down by Ibe wave of Ainerlciins which invept Into Houthern < 'allfornlii to dlxpoMiieHH both Indian nnd Kpan- hinl. The progru.ni will "pen Saturday and continue through Tuemlny. New Radio Tribute Paid Frontier Days Packed with thrills, laugha und ! nation, Motro-doldwyn-Miiyor'H molo- idrnina, "Almolulo Qnlcl " opciiH at j tlio V'lrglnlii Ih'tatur today. i I fmiturliiK a cawt of notiibtcfi, In- j I cliidln« Monol Atwlll, Irc-no Horvoy, i Itaymond Walburn, Hliuirt Krwifi, , Ann l.orliiK. Wallace Ford nnd oth- ; f!>-H, Iho picture uontwrnn Iho adven- , lnroM of u flnandor who KOCH to his Montana ranch' for ahnnlnlo (|tlli?t, ! aftnr a heutlo IUIHIIIOHH earner In j which ho IIIIH rnthloHHly ruined poo- j pic, Aoclally and financially, i IIlM nionionlH i f pwacn arc Hhorl- | lived, for two cwcapfd klllorH make ! hlH ranch their lii-mhuiartor.H. Then ja trnnHconllncntnl airliner cranhuH i Into tho I'lyltiK flulil whleh adjolnM | Iho ranch. Tlio two pilot* aro killed, i hut Iho ronmlnlnK paHHonKoru, who I turn out. to bo tho t'lnanclor'H bitter ! riioniloH, Hiirvlvo the crumb. | (,'iimplelliiK tho double bill IH "The f'alllng of Dan Matthews," haunt! on i Harold Hell WrlKhl'H moHt funioim liuoU, \vllh Ittchai-d Arlon In tho ' tltlo riilo. Says Farmers Will Fight "Closed" Shop rf'ndrrl f'rrm l.fimrtl Wire) HAN FUANClflCO. Hopl. !IO.—t^ll- j fonila furiiRir.H will novnr submit "lo , hnpoHllinri i>f tho ckiHod flliop by fdrco," tin) Kan Frunr.lHco IniliiHtrlal AHHoclnllnn mi Id In a Htatotnnnl on | tho HullimH Hltuallon. i "ThlM mntliotl (force) ImH heon tried Hi>vi>ral tlnioH In tho i)iiMt and It haw alwayn failed, an It han fulled In Ha! Ilium," the Htiiloment continued. "Lot UH hope that Iho HallniiH Incident I will put an end to tho nllompl to ! ImpoNo tho cloHi'.d whop upon Calli furnlii farnierw." FRONTIER PJOl AT "nucli" Uucluitiun and Lloyd Nance announce .tlioy now have one of tho finest ballrooms In tho valley at their old Union avenuo location. ItH floor space IH 72 feet by 130 foot. The work wa« started only a few weekH ago, yo.t the hall will bo ready for dnncoM Friday and Saturday of thlu week. An official opening dato will bo not later. WcdneHday and Hatnrdays have boon KOI aaldo as regular datieo nlKhtH for every week. Al I^yons and liln bund will bo hero for thu unofficial opening Friday night. Buckanan IHIH built five different dance pavllloiiH In the lawt 20 yi-arH In Kern County, lie s;iyn that tho one ho and Nance have erected this time IH tho "lopn of them all". Tho flrHl orchestra engaged, that of Al Lyons, IH one of the be.st which could be procured, according to tho I'nlon avenue promoter. I.yoiiH and hl.s melody inorchantH formerly graced Cocoanut Drove. Future Fashions Revealed at Rex What Miss 2030 will wear Is revealed In "ThlngH to t!omo," II. O. I Wells' famous prediction of the next hundred yearn which opena tonight for a two-day run at the Rex theater on u dounle bill with Dick Foran, tho Hlriglng cowboy, who, with Paula Stone plays In "Treachery nides the Range." A world of interplanetary communication, mammoth innchlneH dt>- Ing all of tnan'M work, unlVorHally owned alrplniu-a and other marvels IH portrayed In Welln' prediction for the future. FOOLING WIFE HIS BIG AIM ld The ilalii-rHfl celeliralli'ii will r pilhllclly uvcr tln< liVonllor Dnyn cci-h e mldlllona.1 uvcr tln< Uomancn of th" PI-OKI nut which IM tielllK i;hi-n nver Kl-'lti' ill d •'.'•'•> \< n>-, and KM. I nl I'iHI p. m . Thiirnday. Then" pi-i'Ki'iiniH are Hpummrrd hy .in- I'aclflc ( h-eyhininil Linen and .ue lii'llIK », r l\eii hi Ihe hnpcH Of 111- ,-ieaHtnV thi< ullenditiice at tho Frolli lei- linyit ci-lehriitlon. Mention ol the celchrallon waH iiUn iniide on the Itoiumiro of tho HlKhwayii proKram la«t \VedneMday and Tllill-Hiluv- over i<litlliniM Kl.lt), KdiiK, Kl-'ltr mid K.M.I. For Any Size Kitchen Choose a GAFFERS & SATTLER Full Enamel GAS RANGE 69 Adolpli Mfiijou mid Mary Itolnnd S IIOYV1NO at Iho Vox Thurmlny mul IfrlJay only In (ho nouulnr ronirdy li-nin uf f'liurlln HlnrK-li'n nncl Mary Holuncl with Ailolpli Monjuti In "\VlvvH Ni'vor Know," M Mlnry of wliivl may IMI p.xpoi-lod to lui|)|ion when a linpplly tnnrrlod luiMbunil UoopH lil» wlfo'n ncrvoviB Hyulom Uryccl up ovor Jonl"U»y. Tin' Hcooml foul uro show lug is "MunliM- With IMrniroo," u Htury of u lintol nuinlor boInK nolved l>y Coward, ,.-_ , , Plays Under Biitlf (Annotated Pr'e»» Leated \Vlfe) BOURNEMOUTH, England, Sf»t, 30.—the corporation ot this' fashy lonablo southern, seaside redort*, to* day banned performances., of H6<H Coward's "Fumed Oak"-'and t). H. Lawrence's "My Son Is,My,Son."', , Dame Sybil Thorndltte wtut\to havft appeared In the (Joward play. ' "We certainly .,aro not narrow-, minded," said tho-''pavlllon rnanagdrt "but there' kre llnoa In tho play (Fumed Oak) which arc' completely undesirable for a lofial audience of fathers* and mothers who bring young daughters and dons." - , Uamo HybH retdrted: " 'Fumed OaU' represents pnly normal lhlnga k fldld evory day by the public." BANK ON BEING THERE TOMORROW NIGHT Scresn- I'nula Stono and Dlclt Foran A 8PKOIAL, Frontier Du.yu program Ija8 been booked at the Fox California starling tomorrow. .Two first-run major features and a nolor cartoon arc the principal Ingredjenta. Tho flrHt feature Is "Trallln 1 West," the fightingcHt wcBtern ever Heen, with Dick Foran, Paula Stone, Gordon laillotl, AddtHoti IllohanlH, Kobei-t Barrat and Joseph Cro- hu.n. Tho second feature IH "Hatan Mot a T^ady," In which the author of "The Thin Man" bringK you tho liveliest free-for-all of murder and mystery, gagH and guns ever made. Bettc Davis, Warren William, Alison Skipworth, Arthur Treacher, Win I Shaw, Marie Wilson, Porter Hall and Olln Rowland arc all In tho cast. Closing today at tho California are three attractions: Robert Taylor and Barbara Stanwyck In "His Brother's Wife"; Warner Oland In "Charlie Chan at the Race Track," and Mickey Mouse In his techni- color cartoon, "Mickey's Polo Singer Sues for $250,000m Balm (AstorMtcd I'rCKt T,r.atr,d Wire) IjOH ANOBU2.S, Kept. SO.—For the tranHformatlon of Carii Aldlnl's "naturally Blllcy golden tressoa" to a "col- orlesH ntraw Bluule," the opera singer demandod $250,000 damages in a suit on fllo today against tho manufacturer of a permanent, hair wave preparation. Tho diva alleged sho missed Hfivoral public appearances. Gala Fall Season Opening of the DANCE PAVILION Friday Evening, October 2 IN PERSON COOL ind COMFORTABLE TOMORROW CONTINUOUS AFTER 7 P. M. BANK ON 2 ACE HITS ROMANCE and MYSTERY! JEAN ARTHUR MANHATTAN" ALSO ADDED SPECIAL—^ . Bob Burns and Hl» Barooki ENDS TONIGHT G-MEN OF OUTDOORS! KING OF THE ROYAL MOUNTED THE GREAT ROBERT KENT MCA )'ri--.vnli \AND HIS Orchestra Two Nights Only Friday and Saturday CELEBRATE FRONTIER DAYS HERE Admission 55c FRED ASTAIRE QINQER ROGERS "SWING TIME" -ALSO Ray Walker—Evelyn Knapp "BULLDOO" EDITION" TICKETS NOW ON SALE FOR FRONTIER DAYS "MIDNIGHT JAMBOREE" Saturday, Oct. 3—Admission SOo A SPECIAL FRONTIER DAYS VIRGINIA Opan 12-11 p. m.—20c and 10o TODAY AND THURSDAY TWO BIQ FEATURES M-Q-M Star Cast in Fun, Thrills, Suspenea "ABSOLUTE QUIET" RICHARD ARLEN Harold Bell Wright's 'CALLING OF DAN MATTHEWS' Comedy, News and Novelty tho use of a moving picture camera. Tho cunt Inoludos l^pw Ayrt's, (bill Patrick, Paul Kc.lly und Honny HuUor. AH an added attraction. Huh Hunts with hl» Uir/.uoka will up- pour in "HooftopH i<f Munhatlau." Showing for the hint t linos todny Is Krod AMniro and (linger Ilogorn In "Hwlng Tlmo" and Ituy \Vnlkor and I'jvalyn Knapp In Kdltlon." THE LANTERN Starting Thursday, October 1, at 6 p. m., we will again serve our FAMOUS CHOW MEIN Cooked to Ordor. Come Try It. You'll Enjoy and It Oak and Brundaga Lana Phone IT02 I Today—'Two Big Attractions The Marvels of Tomorrow Before Your Eyes Todayl H. G. WELLS' "Things to Come" ' — AND — Give a Cheer! . . . He's Herel "Treachery •! Rides the Range 7 ' Starring DICK FORAN J JCOMEDY - CARTOON - NEWSt GRANADA TODAY ONLY Charles Starrett, Joan Perry "MYSTERIOUS AVENQER" Ross Alexander, Anita Louisa "BRIDES ARE LIKE THAT" Newsreel and Short Subjects iiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiauiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiaiimiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiia I BIG WHISKERINO DANCE B at the A Masterpiece in Design nml Convoicnccl Sec Them Now in Our Duwn.stuirs Store $5 Additional if Equipped With Light Enjoy the Advantages of: I. NON-CLOr, UOl.'Nl) 1UJKNKUS 2, AUTOMATIC: TOP IU.WNKK I.U'.HTEH :\. NKW TYPK (illAYSON HKAT CONTROL I. IW01LKH PAN WITH SLIDING DRAPER ."i. SPACIOUS UTENSIL COMPARTMENT I i 1 m** M 1| m Thursday, October 1 Pre-Frontier Day Dance Duncan Carlyle Johnson's La Granada Ballroom Orchestra BARN-TONIGHT CASH PRIZES <• Music by tho Southern Stars ADMISSION: OKNTS, 40c; LADIES,'We iiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiniaiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiQiiiiiniiiiaiiiiiiiniiiQiiiiuiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiianiiR mcKFORAN Sutunluy, Ojctobcr 3. iho only Official Daiicfl si»«>»"»rvd J>y tho Frontli-r Day's Ouiunilttoo. AdmUttlau 40c. Olvbrate FRONTIER DAYS at Ihe EL ADOBE Motor Hotel Eu(, Drink and Ue Merry HUINU YOVR HOItSlS— KKIfiK HAY AND 'WATBR 8ak«rtfl«ld'» Molt Untqua C«(a 1 BIQ ACTS-* SHOWS NIGHTLY CHOW MEIN . . CHOP SUEY . •''•: 6«rv«d From'- 9 p, m, to 9:30 p, m. Dally FREE COCKTAIL With Mo Chln«i» or Ord«r or Am»rlo«n Happy Harmony In Color "The OLD HOUSE" Endt Today Robert TAYLOR Barbara STANWYCK •'HIS BROTHEB'S WIFE" "CHARLIE OHAN AT THE RACE TRACK" "MIOKEY'8 TEAM" TWO.MORB . . «r«r " "SMIUN 1 Lett Wilson, Shti "PUBLIC Or«y vlWj

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