The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 1, 1936 · Page 20
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".w ,w N f»y f? >' w\^v&%M y >. 9 " ,-.«.. * '" 1 HG DAY'S NeWS "LADY OF PEACH" RETURNS — Miss J Vcrft Vincent, the "Lady of Peace", return/? to New York from Europe where she recently wan a delegate of the United Mothers of the World to the International Peace conference Miss FARMERS TURN OUT FOR LANDON-Typlcal of the turnout of farmer* and townsfolk tot back-platform appearances by Gov. Alfred Vincent a nome is in California M. Landon Is this one snapped at Excelsior Springs. Mo. The Republican presidential nominee la seen on the back platform of his train. SCENES AS THIS TO BE RE-ENACTED IN CHitfA?—With the landing of a large force of Japanese marines In Shanghai, China, as a reprisal measure for the slaying of a Japanese and wounding of two others, scenes as this one, taken several years ago, again may be re-enacted, Photo shows Japanese forces landing at Shanghai. -<*> Fashions of the Fashionable A BIG "WADDING"? AND MOW!—It Is a big woddlng-along ltnc« of avolnlupoln. Two elephants of the circus are united in matrimony in Los Angelcfl, probably the first elephantine wedding In circus history. Jumbo II. center, an African pachyderm, ami Burma Rangoona, loft, a Burmese, are the altar participants. Another elephant is the minister, with trainer Kdillo Allen lending a hand. -- -_ ._ fer^r >\ - <>•',• ^.^ : j *£> *,,*,*. Kt,, M s » /Jl,. , * A WOMAN STATE TROOPED? —Well, not yet, but Mary Payne, stenographer in the headquarters of the Missouri state highway patrol at Jefferson, hopes to be; Not content with ordinary secretarial work, Miss Payne began studying fingerprints as a pastime. She now is a fingerprint experti A MODERN TEPEE—When grandpa and grandma were trekking the plains, the tepee was a symbol of danger. Now it's a gas service station—at least it is at the foot of Pike's Peak.'Manltou, Colo. THE GLAMOR OF LAME—Picturesque, glamorous may be applied to thlH cape of peach-colored lame worn by Ginger Rogers. The cape, which falls to the floor, fastens at the throat with two crystalline buttons of peach, edged In pearls. > CmC M >8 /' AIUJ10 « T0AMI1I »»'AN-AmcrU-aH largest amphibian plane, an experimental .,l,|]> is hauled from the fat-lory lU Simla Monica. Oil., nml niiulo irmly for launchlnu Tito plum' will ,-, rrv ..2 jHwaengws. plu. n crew of four It ,„ ,wo .locked, the upper one housing ,l,ot fl . radio equipment , d baggage. The plant- has a cruising speed of 100 miles per hour 22£*l3f I 5d SL^ifiK 8 ™!!? 1 ^ W v «»TiaATION -Senator Robert La Fo.lelto of Wls- P » i ,, senator Klbert Ihoman of Utah, moinbrn, of iho U a. sonato pommltteo investlttatlne ^£^A*^K v tf ! -rn 11 r;r" r liivrt sluiwiii « -*«•»»S"! ^KiS S8RSB tOttJ Operators in Iho years lD,nl-30 lhi« lollnwot tin- Ifntimtmy of A H Allua vice ni-eHldenl of it chnm. iceJ company In Cleveland, of large -ales of „,« , 0 op«rator» luVlv, "Ltlcg .mne'«'• out of the « ™- BIRDS OF A FKATHBR-Clyde Tangbofn, who, with Hugh Herndon, new around the world a. few yeart ago, la pictured.in a New \orU night club svlth Otck Merrill, \yho recently made & two-way flight acroos the Atlantic with Harry Richmwi, Broadway crooner- Pwigbom has a commission to:fty a plane across the''Atlantic tar delivery to a London purchaser. 4 f T,T: "•'„;*-£ OAY WHITB W4¥"-Th,H townpmw coura i applied to a 47-mile section of highway out of Schenectadv. N. Y ... ,-. • - f-• "•—«•—r—• «• V fa illuininatea with new type goiden-gloW soOlum JampsV . l ?* ^Wf 1 celebration waa on Central Pre« AMoTtaUon, l*f* ™ ' ^ «^^y*Z»WS** DISMISSED STUDENT PICKETS—Dismissed ' from Columbia university as being the leader of the demonstration protesting Columbia's participation in the Heidelberg celebration In Germany. Robert Burke, president-elect of the junior class, pickets In front of the Alma Mater statue on the Columbia campus In New York. Members of the American student Union held a mass demonstration in an effort to force Burke's reln- cniitri statement. The protest against w?um the university's participation in further Naai propaganda , - ' - ". 1 ,t, ' v* -~ ? • . ' ' -fcl^^

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