The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 1, 1936 · Page 2
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Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, October 1, 1936
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^ m , • : ; ;?v * 1 -i '.w-.^.f* * f*\ *)AC«*>"t t-i j ^t 'U P-V I 1 " «OiijL^ilteM4tiw» ^***<V ' o/* Interest Among Amendments Topic for Taft Chamber TATO, Oct. l.—Tho Taft Chamber of Cohimerco met Tuesday noon In the Fox hotel banquet room with J?re81d«nt Henry names officiating. Th,e first of a series of discussions of various slate amendments to bo submitted to tho electorate in No- Yohibfcr took place. 13, C. ISmmons, mayor ot.tho city of Taft, spoko on and in favor of Amendment No. 3, the lltjuor control ncty whllo Htanloy Abel, siijifirvlsor, dismissed favorably the Kanolttin (ax amendment, No. 10. A. W. Brink, deputy probation officer in charge of tho Wrst Hlrtn, explained tho alms and objects of tho Kern county probation officer, stating progress of a gratifying nature has been recorded during the pnst few years. C. A. Williams, secretary-manager of thu Kern County 1Ior«o Show Association, reported a rheek-up ro- vwilecl the hoi-no show hold horo over tho week end wan a financial sue<* » * Fellows Class in Church Box Social ' r-'WU-iOWS, Oct. 1.— Mnmhers of ihoM.Vo.ung Married Peopln'H class of tlin WpHtmlnMter Presbyterian Church of Ffillowd cnjoyml a box Boclnl Tuesday night at tho church. Aftnr partaking of thp supper, tho evening wus spont In pluylnif gnmos. Those, prnsnnl wi-ro MrwurH, und Mnsdames T, .Mrondbonl, liny Col- fnx, Wcndoll Hnoddy, I,. M. Hnrton, Theron BnrtiDs, Houco Hriicie, W. N. lined, Charles HlmoiiH, und thn Hev- crnnd and MrN, Wiidn II. Uarnes, and Mrs. I.i. MnfiiJiinl of Tuft. - «~»-» TODAY'S 1IAHI) f.t'(.!l( STOHV JUl.TfMOltl';, Got. I. (A. 1'.)— Aaron Hoffman's pitntn wcro mlsfl- IIIR today, but. thiit wasn't thucuiiHr! of hlH woe: In lh« puckot WHO |I!H tlnkcl, to tho worlit nurl'-H. T (off man pot out of bed laul night to annwor tlm door bell und spied a imin with tlin trousers In !I|M hiind. Tho In- •irud(»r osnipcd (hrotiKh a wliulou-. West Side Democrats Hear Evans Review U. S. Politics 'TUFT, Oct. 1,—West Bide Uemo- A cratM mnt Tuesday livening for a splendid rally In ih« Lincoln Hchool auditorium with Colonel William tfivans of Los Angelas as thn speaker of the ovcnlntr Colonel Bvans Is considered onn nf th« finest BpsakPrs on this J'aclflc coast, as ho spondN a (front ilenl of llnm In Washington. Ifn i« thn originator of tlm Civilian C'oiiKcrvatlon <.'«r|is and tho Kwleral .'Housing Administration. A dlnnnr WHH hold at fliflO u'clock In tho banquet room of tho fox Hotel with 8li presenl. followfid liv tho rally In thn audlt'orlum of Uu- sehodl wllh a largo number of Tart- lans and roHldmitu of Bakorsflcld and other filtlOM lit Dm county prod- on 1. 10. C. lOtnmoim, mayor of Tnft, was mastoi* of ce.romonlno ut tho dinner and chairman of'ihn mooting, Intodudng tho npctukerH. Hill Rl|)pie, vice-president of Young Demo- of tho state of California was among thn evening's speakers. Colonel Kvans spoko for moro than nn hour and a half nnd held thn Interest of his large audience. During his evening's address ho reviewed tho political career In the United fltatCH from tho beginning of politics In tho United Hlates to tho present limn, Ho also explained rnnny Interesting features of the CCO and tho FIJA, Among those, on tho platform were Mr. and Mrs. Bon fkrlckler, MIBH Okie Varner, Phil Hudtmovlch, Nolan Oxford, Herbert Iflvans, Louie Bmnimn, E. C. TSmmons, Charles Dlffording, Bill Klnple and Colonel fSvant of r.os Angnles, Mr, Perry, well known radio speaker, was also present. OfflcorM of the local Young Democratic Club aro Herbert ; ISvans, pre.sldont; Miss Okie Varnor, vice- president;'Mm, B*n Strlckler, see- rniary; Nolan Oxford, treanurer, Clever Program Presented to Eastern Star Audience TAFT, Oct. ].- ulul lo Thn fJatt/orninn) -Onu of thn clover- School, acted tin director and mas- n«t and inoNt entertaining programs of recent: months wan prosnntort at tho MiiHoiilc. tfinplo linforn nn op- proi-lallvo n.ufllniico of niombnrs and KII(!«IH of Faith Ohaplpr No. BH, Fasl.nrn Star. Tbti iirottriini WIIH R«- Nonllally a liiko-off of an amateur broadcast, with a studio uniting and a iiulillr! addniMM syntnin adding to tho rMiMiy oC iho pnmcntall'in. Thn ainatoiii'M won- inrmliars of tlm Hrotlmrhood and gtii-HlH, and a Niirprl«lng iimmint of potential tat- mil WIIH mu'ovcrixl. Thnlr HlUKlng, playing. hnllatloiiH, dniirliiK, rciul- ItigN, itii|j''i'«nmii IOIIH and giiK'H n roused tho oudlcncn to much mirth and langhltM 1 . Clarlyn nasliam, Hoclal Httidlos tcnohnr at Hi* Taft Union High Icr of coi-'MiumloB and wrote tho script and ruol in lions for Ihn parly. Mr. Bfinhntn IH a rn«ont graduate of Hunta Hafbarn. fitato College whurn b«j was proHldpnt of tho Associated HttidontM in bin senior year. Tho program given was an follows: Adolph Hrmdnr, soprano, Jnko the Plunibor; Frank UiiHsoll, Imitation; .Ilimnlc IfiiKkrll, pianist, roadlngs ntid Hong; Ocrry HiiKhum, When Did Yon U'avo lloavon"'/"; Andy Andnr- won, ri'tullttg; Harry tleuder, Impersonation; Fred KIIOSH, hafrnonlciii Clarlyn Baslium, announcer, Adolph Reader was chairman of thu I'lili-rtiilnnionl committee and wa« assisted liy iho Urothcrs of the t'hapli'i', Taft lodge Mtis • Meeting Tuesday TATT, Oct. t*~Taft Chapter No, 337, Eastern Star, wilt hold A regular stated mcellnij? at tho Masonic temple Tuesday everting. It will bo thn last initiation conducted by ttto present officers and, as the Job's Daughters aro to exemplify some of tho work at the clone, the mooting wlU begin at 7:30 o'clock, Thoso whose birthdays fall in October may bo seated at thp birthday table, Those wishing to donate white elcplmnlH to La ISstrella Club's bazaar, ploasp glvo thorn wrapped to I ho club president, Mario Uulnn on that' nlghi. AH mcmbors aro cordially invited to attend. •**» -FELLOWS , Out. ].—Mr. and Mrs. Frod Formwny and daughter, Winifred, have returned homo after a ihrno-woPkH 1 vacation p^ent In southern Utah and Arizona. They enjoyed a sight Noolng trip to 551pn National Park, Cadar JUrnaks, and Bryco Canyon National Park In Utah, and Grand Canyon, PuIntod' Desert find tho'Petrified Forest In Arizona. J5n route they visited Bouldnr Dam. Mm. J. F. Kavanagh loft Tuesday for Hayward who,ro «ho will vUlt hor niece. Miss Frances Cooper, who IH III In a Hoyward honpltal. After a fow driys' visit wll Wilson Park's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Drawbaugh of Santa Paula., Mr. and Mrs; Wilson Parker have returned homo. Charlos Black of Fellows and Afr. 'Moniker of Taft havo ro turned aflor a few days' hunting trip In Modoe County. Mr. Black returned with a door. Mr. and Mrs. Horaoo UoberlH on! Ipavlrig thn last of " Ih'h wr.ek for Marlcopa wh«-ro they will tpako their hornr. Mr. RobartH han bcnn IrahH- forrwl by tho McDonald OH Company. D. I.yotiK of Hull v wood hao or- rlvpd In Fellows where ho IK now employed an barber In tho Canton Barber Shop. Mosfirs, and Mosdnmcs Then Fllnr arid K. I 1 ). StnvHCr rottinipcl Hundav aftor a three days' hunting trip In Froir Meadows, *&yi***iA''i['5i 4H» Bowen returned during the weeti from a two-week*' vacation 1 at .thjij home of'her son and family, Mr, arid • Mrs, lUy Bpwen of SotHhgftte," ' 1 Mr. and'Mm. John .Gwlind an* inon Cecil, motored to BdtfldW'itom* on Thursday and mftdo & sightseeing trip around; tho darn, rtfturrimg to th4lr home here fifttuJ*d», „, ' i Mr*. Ma« Oanfleld and fief mother, of San Diego, and Mr*. .Richard Weaver and children of BaHerafleld, visited relatives in Marlcopa over the week end. ' Mrs, Lyle Casey and Mrs. L'uclle Brlnnr-gar, returned durlnjf, the wfeek from Texas where they attended tha Ontennlel celebration and visited relatives. They were away about six weokrt. •Mrs. 0. T3, Varley motored to Bak> ersfleld Saturday -where Mho passed tho day on business, Mrs, Charles Cheesebrough and non Buddlo visited at the hdmo of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kane of Olldale, on Saturday. Mr, and Mrs, Kane are former residents of Marlcopit ' Attorney B. C, Gall and son. Bom Jr., of Brlgham City. Utah, and Oran Rosvqtll, president of the L. E>. & .Mission of Bakersfleld, Visited at the home of Mr. Call's cousin, "Mrs, Mil- Wbelh Balr and Clarence Jones on Saturday. Tho young, Mr. Call Is ft. L. D. 8, missionary, and was .trans- forced from Bakersfteld to the Arizona Mission. The elder call was summoned lo California by tho death of a sister. Miss .fane Brandon, who is a student of tho Paramount Beauty Hchool, In I/OB Angeles, Is visiting at tho home of her parents; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Brandon on the Anchor ICUHP. Miss Thelpm TnKraliam who" Is a student of the Austin Beauty School In Hakf-rsflold passed the wcok end nt Iho home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cleorgo InKRflni, Mr. ami Mrs. James Laeey motored to Ventura Saturday where they passed tho week end With relatives. 4 I » ' LIGHTING' LAW VALID HAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 1. (U. P.) Two Los Angeles city ordinances, requiring property owners to pay tho cost of Hti'pot lighting Installed on their property, werd held wnlld by the State Supl'erno Court In a rUl- Ingr lato yesterday. Reside at Taft , bet, li— Me, and Mj% Campbell of the Standard Caroline Company .have VeturJtcd < to Tail ffter tttflTtottfriage. in Portland and 4 *B6r£<in'otor tip- .Ms. Campbell M» th« fomet Jane -Dolph, daughter of " 'df.MW. jwmtam Vah4erbllt orporiland, Oregon, a«d Mr, -ell IB tHa «on of Mr. arid Mrs. Jofth 3. Campbell, also of Portland., >• ., ' , , * ' The wedding ceremony waa performed by tha Reverend Dr. William O. EversOn Of the Fist Baptist Chqroh in Portland on September 24 and was followed by a reception at tha home of the bride's parents on Park avenue. Mr. and MI-H. Campbell aro now at their home on 160 Fifth avenue In Taft ttolghts. - - «~Mi Wedding Shower Is Held for Taftians , Got 1.—Mr*. "W". Robortion of Taft and Mrs. Pauline Fuikelt of Bakersfleld entertained with "a wod ding shower recently at tho Robert sOn hohio at 219 HI street, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ballon Robertson. Mrs. Robertson was formerly Miss Ireno Bullman. Dafton Robertson played a number of piano selections. Many gifts were presented to tho young people. ' ' Taking .part were Messrs, and Mesdames Jamet) Heaps, 8r.,, Jess Morris. Wjlllam Almon. Al ICerr, John Bullman, Calvin Allen, W, M. Robertson; Mefcdames J. O, Schmidt,. It. O. 'Jleaps, Pocook, Collier, Blacklock, II. s. Prultl, Cdsparlsj tho M luges Dpi area Heaps and Virginia Morris; Messrs. Cathy Biacklook Jacky Heaps and Howard Prultt. Out of town guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Jamas Heaps, Jr., of Roso station; Mrs. A. IB, Ccrlo and children, Arnold James and Darrell Eugene, of McFarland; Mr. and Mrs. Alvn, Norman, Mrs. Blanche Check, Mrs. Paulino Puckett; Mrs. Kalhor- Ino Smith and Dayton Norman, all of Bakersfleld. Those sending gifts but unablo to attend were Mrs; Joo Rust and Mrs. Sam Qulmby af Taft and Mrs, Jack ICcmper of Arroyo Grande. -whether or not you inhale! The joy you'll find in a light smoke doesn't depend one bit upon the kind of smoker you are ... how often you smoke or how many Luckies you smoke. The gentleness of a light smoke, and the blissful throat-ease offered by that' exclusive Lucky Strike process known as "It's Toasted" — they are simply bound to please you. And so will the taste of Luckies, for they are made from the highest-priced leaves of the whole tobacco plant — the tender center leaves. A light smoke of fragrant richness. A light smoke kind to your throat. SWEEPSTAKES PUSH! Picks Winners ""Husband Forgets to Mail Entry TAKE A HINT FROM THOSE WHO INHALE To true imoke lovari-* thoia who Inhole ragutorl/ —lh«gantlen«nofallght imoke holdi a ipeclal at* traction, But «ven though you are |uit an occailonal • will flnd w«U com* throot profactlon In a light imok«.>«A Lucky I ; *;TT^w^W.fe S Mm. Joe D.Pridgen, Jr., of Durhun, fcJ« C, w«i « happy perjon when the longs the 'picked were winner* io Your Lucky Strike "Sweepstakei." But as »he writes; "Now I'm plenty mad at my husband, who for* got to mail my •winning entry. He's not very popular at home right now." Have you entered yet? H»v« you won >OMrdeliciou$ Lucky Strike»?There'gtnu»ic on the air. Tune in "Your Hit Parade"— Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Listen, judge, and compare the tunes— then try Your LuckyStrike"Sweep»takes." And If you're not already smoking Luckies, buy a pack today and try them, too. Maybe you've been missing something. You'll appreciate the advantages of Luckies— A Light Smoke of rich, ripe-bodied tobacco. -,, c.. t >n. . McNear of S B n Rafael figured must ( hftVc Had .horaiBshoes and bit^ ffe^t gatore 8%?rduftdlng hlni when his autohioblld loaded vHth dyttamltfe ahd:-'detonating caps collided with a freight truck attd he escaped with cuts and bruises. , McNear >Vafe hurled through the windshield of his car, Dynamite and caps we're strewn over tho highway. Traffic was halted while he explosives were cleared from ,he road. Officials pointed out that there Were enough explosives, in Me- Near's car to blow him and his vehicle to bits. Re was en route to a mine In tassen county when the accident occurred. Pope Pius'Envoy Is Coming to U. S. (United Prest Leaecd VATICAN cm', Sept. 30.—Cardnal Pacelll, papal secretary of late, sailed for the United Stales n the liner Conte Dl Savota today, t was, Understood. The Cardinal held a long conference with Pope Plus at Costal dan- dolfo yesterday. Eugenia, Cardinal Pacelll, Is CO. Is post of secretary of stato Is tho rtost Important under the Popo. H6 s a diplomatist of noto. It "was said the Cardinal would examine "unofficially" tho situation of the Roman' Catholic Church In he United States ahd : Would confer vlth American ecclesiastical author- ties' on major problems. It was added, lie would discuss the activities of tho Kev. Charles K. Coiighlln nnd talk to Bishop Michael J. Gallagher of Detroit. It was said the Cardinal's visit would bo strictly private. His visit will bb the first of a mpal secrelai-y of state to the United States. „ ,.+ « » First Bay Bridge "Suicide^Is Hoax (United Press Leased Vfire) SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 1.—Tho 'Irst bay bridge "suicide" was re- lorted today. .Fireman' Oscar Wotllla, crack swimmer stationed on tho flro boat Dennis T. Sullivan, which answered he call, leaped Into the bay In mil 'orm. .Ho.struggled and churned the vatcrs to reach a body being swept out to sea by a heavy tldo. Tho "body" was a dummy, cleverly dressed to resemble a man. J'ollco checked laundry marks on he dummy's clothing In an effort to .race, the prankster. Awards Contract in Fresno County (United Press Leased SACRAMENTO. Oct. l.--*3ontracts T road projects In Fresno and San Mateo counties woro -«w»^rtfld[ today by tho stato division; ways. Tho Union Paving-- ooitipany ol San Francisco won both awards, to widen the Clolden Stato highway between Blola Junction and Horndoh In Fresno county, for $196,576, anc to grade and surface a road between Menlo Country Club and 'Woodslde connecting tho Peninsula highway and Skyline Boulevard, In San Mateo county, for $G4,869. NEW MAYOR CULVER CITY, Oct. k l. (A. P.}— Arthur It. Segrell, for throe years a city councilman of. Culver City, was elevated to mayor , MADISON,"'WISi,, Oc£.''li States Senator Robert La'"Wisconsin progressive,ana pw«--— of president Roosevelt, eonttndltlitb- day'that Governor Alf "Ml , iandtfnr ha4'been "mislea" intS "gia'rtrii A statements" In expounding his social security views. ' • ,-& La Folletto, chairman of the Pro-,;,! gressive national committee, asserteia ' n a'"prepared 1 statement yesterday 1 , .hat in Milwaukee laat Saturday the,' Republican presidential nominee tyas • 'extremely vague" in disoussihg hl«fr;, own program. , vl l ' ^, V^, Belated, Asserts , /' k' -^ 'Only since 1 he was T nominated-'for,' he preslaenby," La Follette deolaWd* 'has Governor Landon gotten 1 around t to old-ag6 pension legislation -irivhlfe own state, ana then he recbmmStiilBd. < lot the enaotrne^it of such a lawjibut :• the submission to the people 6t anh amendment to the state constitution', to find out whether they 1 want old- age pensions. , ,< ' ' Misled, Alleges '-' "Tho governor was misled by" his' unnamed advisers in protesting 1 S vehemently, 'The RopbllcVi parL,«i- will have nothing to do with any 'yl plan which "Involves prying lnto r 'the' r| personal working records of 26 mil-. • .Ion people,' while at tho same',,time ' he advocted pensions which atft^tp. bo reduced by the Inoomq ol 'the ap- r pllcant from other sources. t> '""" "The prying Into tho personal working records in the social, semi-. rlty act Involves only the reporting, by employers of the * wages which. they pay their employes." »*» Razor Clam Meat' Makes Tasty Razor clam meat Is whtto, > tender and Juicy. Prepared byrthe Plonoer Canneries of Washington J and Alaska, all the dark spots aref removed and tho white meats, are packed In their original, • delicious juices. Simple as it sounds, the packing of razor .clam Is' an aft.'. The processing, or cooking In tho "J sealed tin, must bo timed almost: to a second to kdep tho meat tend6ru and -white. Another thing learned' early In tho packing of clams isj that tho cannery and all equipment'' must bo kept spotlessly clean,- So* canners are as fastidious as a houee-i wife and razor 'clams are hafidlM*] with tho same caro and dispatch as- condcnscrlcs handle milk. The many delightful, tasty dlf^ps^ that may be prepared from ml razor clams will make ono'slt and dream of ^Pacific beaches, and -1 clean, white, sands Just try thqm«j on your family and hear^ them/] clamor for more! "Minced ^sea cJam*,f aro a saviour for meatless.- meals' and will give any man A kindlier disposition. 4 • » John F. O'Connell, Publicity Man, (Associated Press Leased Wire) Tl'LBR. Texas, Oct. 1.—John'. Francis O'Connell, about 60, advanco'J man for Rlngltng Brothers and Bar num & Bailey circus, died in ari ambulance yesterday after"a heart ] attack. , Attaches of tho circus said O'Connoll's death was the show business'^ greatest loss - since P. T. Barnur died. • , They said his show careen 1 'began In his early twenties when-ho toured Europe with Buffalo Bill.' Later he was connected with Bar?l num A Bailey and then went with Sells I'loto before joining the com| blned show. 1_ >. SPEEDWAY SI/RE OWP V1 Pulls your o^ir track through anything— without ^ ! eh«iiul 80 »THE*'RF.OPLE'S CHOICE FOR PRESIDENT BARNETT TIRE

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