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; EDITORIAL^ Thlii. section contains the latest ,loe»l news, world snorts, editorials, 'a big,, thrilling serial, .and-news of general Interest. • PHONE 31 WANT ADS Classified Advertising Columns of Tho Hlaltersfleld Callfornlnn close promptly ut 11 o'clock a. in. ovory day. LOCAL SECTION BAKERSF1ELD, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 28,1933 PAGES 7 TO 12 SNOW IN KERN MOUNTAINS SETS NEW RECORD READY FOR SPEED BATTLES Congress of Daredevils to Give Spectacular Show ( at Fairgrounds CYCLE KINGS \VlLL RACE Track in Perfect Condition . for Daring Program Set for. Tomorrow W ITH newsreel cameramen al ready in the city and announcement by officials that rain "right up to the time of the show" would not Impair the track, Bakersfleld speedway is in readiness .for the greatest'throng In its history, expected Sunday afternoon when the International Congress of Daredevils opens the 1933 sports season at the world-famous automotive playground. Old-fashioned admission prices, thrills never before seen In this sec- tion'of the southern San Joaquin valley, comic sports events and professional motorcycle races are the factors expect';;! to establish a now attendance marlc at the fairgrounds. Thrilling Program Highlights of the sports event will include: Head-on collision of a Cadillac coupe and a Studebaker touring car traveling at more than 40 •11 iles an hour. Overturning of an automobile while traveling at 50 miles an hour in front of the grandstand, Lieutenant Lloyd Hastings driving. 'Speedy Babbs rising a motorcycle at 70 miles an hour through a solid, double-board wall. Six motorcycle races, two of them open to Kern county riders only. Auto polo match between the American and Canadian teams. "Ash can derby" open to automobiles valued at $50 or Itss; ' rules and details of race to b« secret until time of event. BaTiooii bursting contest with 10 local motorcycle riders competing. The show will begin at 2:30 o'clock. Hughes Patterson and Earl Williams will pilot the automobiles participating in the head-on collision, B. Ward Beam, show director, announced. John Balllngcr has been named alternate dViver. To Crash Head-On The. daredevils, seeking automatic membership In the Suicide Club, will clrclo the mllo track at a speed of 41) ndles an hour before crashing directly in front of tho stands. It la this stunt that brought the newsreel men to the i. city. Speedy Babbs announced today that hu 'plans to add to the thrill of his drive through a board wall on a motorcycle by uettlng fire to the wall . just before tho event. Qualifying race trials will bo held at the track during tho morning, beginning at 11 o'clock, and persons wishing to attend and leave for lunch may do so on tho one admission price, those In charge announced. Shell Company Is Victim of Holdup; ,1515 Taken From Cash Register NEW EPIDEMIC FEARED Memorial Park Development Is DEER FLEE INTO Forecast by Finance Campaign LOW AREAS 1 ARE .. - - . . -- _ ' -A - - — --....-• ' . _ _ | 7 Description of Bandit With Red Beard Obtained by -Lone Attendant T3 •*•*- \Varnlng that Impostors are visiting sheepmen of this district, claiming to be representatives of the California Wool Growers' Association and Kern County Wool Growers' Association, and* attempting to collect dues, was issued today from offices of the Kern organization. Payments to both associations are sent directly to headquarters here or in San Francisco. Neither association employs colectors to visit Its members, officials said. CARD OF THANKS ' Wo wish to thank those who wero so sympathetic to IIH In our recent be- _reavement in the death of James 12. "Clark. Particularly would we acknowledge the kindness of Bakersfleld T<odgo No. 2CU, B. P. O. E., and the Calli'urnla Highway Patrol. » MISS HOSIO CORDONI, Sill. AND MRS. WILL VOLL.METI, MHS. JOYCE KNOX. A , Today* Almanac January 2ffg 1*47— btcomec railroad, train, as i oes 474mil*s ov«r Panama T?.R. |Q3}-ThOtuaiidf cheer railroad stocks as ouf>^ of point onvi&iist. With Jess Flfer an outstanding favorite, more than a dozen of the west's greatest riders are ent«r«d In the professional' motorcycle races which will be one of the big features of tomorrow's international congress of daredevils at Baktrsfitld speedway. LAD IS SHOT TO DEATH WITH BVIVAL of Bakersfleld's epidemic of banditry which last month terrorized small shopkeepers and service station operators over a period of three weeks, was feared today as police sought a red-bearded gunman who last evening held up and robbed u Shell Oil Company service station at Fourteenth street and Chester uve- nuo and escaped with $15 in cash. Attendant Arthur Hulls was tho lone bandit's victim, a detailed report of tho crime at police headquarters said. | He was standing Inside the station shortly after !> o'clock last evening when the bandit drove up, parked Ilia automobile with careful deliberative In an alley adjoining the .service, station property on the south, and walked up to r?ie attendant. Butts' first Intimation of the desperado's mission wa.s a pistol shoved against bin body. Ordered to "hand over the money In the cash register," the attendant compiled and then wa.s marched by the gunman to the men's rest room at „., , . ,, , . : the station where he wa.s shoved in- Sharp and Immediate, insurance rate H |,j c Increases were promised Bakersfleld Cost of Protection Will Be Increased if Fire Force in City Is Reduced Jimmy Hackney Is Wounded Accidental^'by Pal; Dies at Hospital Jlmml<! Hackney, 12-year-old student of the Horace Mann Grammar School, and a son of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Hackney of Route 5, was killed late today when shot In the chest accidentally by his playmate, Mestmaker, also 12. Buddy The youngsters were hunting birds about a mile from the Hackney home. The young Mestmaker boy rushed Into the home of the S. C. Dennlsons, nearby, and cried, "Jtmmle's shot!" Mrs. Dennlson hurried to the wounded boy's side, rushed him to Kern (general Hospital, but bo expired as he was laid on an operating table. His chest bad been punctured by a. small caliber bullet. When the boys left the Hackney home one of them carried a .22 calibre rifle and the other a "B-B" gun. Surgeons believed that a bullet from tho .22 calibre rifle killed the youngster. The victim's 1 father Is a contractor. In addition to the parents, the boy leaves five brothers and sisters, all of whom reside at the family home on Route 6, Box 73. Horace Dupes, Investigator for District Attorney Ray Bailey, and Deputy Sheriff Al Welch were dispatched to the scene of the tragedy to Investigate. today, by officials of the Board of Fire Underwriters of tbe Pacific, if tbe Bakersfleld City Council cuts the personnel of the fire department In its avowed economy program. Mayor Harry Headen. leader of the council minority faction opposing slashes In personnel as the proper avenue for the reduction of municipal expenses, received the following letter rrom L. S. Bush, chief engineer for the fire underwriting board: "The proposed plan of the Taxpayers' Protective League to reduce the personnel of tho fire department has recently been called to our attention. Issues Warning "We feel that the results of such a move should be brought to your attention. This reduction In man power would weaken the fire department to such an extent that It would bo necessary for us to Increase rates from a to 8 per cent on all property. We feel that this would be a backward step and would like to go on record as being opposed to such a move. Wo fully realize the necessity of curtailing expenses but It should be remembered that fires are more frequent and losses higher during times of depression especially if the fire defense system Is weakened. A serious fire directly affects every citizen, not only through the Increased Insurance rates, but also through depleted buying Eleven Bakersfield Students at U. S. C. Eleven Bakersfleld students. Ernest I,. Ulekerdlke, X. Randolph Booth, Madeleine Cravath, Vivian L. Crawford. Joe H. Huskey, Prod S. Jasper, Evelyn C. Marshall, Elizabeth Yvonne Rltchey, Bertha Rudnlck, Howard Scott, Jr., and J. Warren Wright, are included among students registered at the University of Southern California, which begins its ]'J33 spring Nunteslor February 1. Announcement was made recently by U. S. C. that, high school graduates may now begin college work In tho spring term and summer session as well an In the fall semester, and can complete the four-year college program in three calendar years of full-time attendance. power. Protection Vital "It should be borne In mind also that the fundamental purpose of city organization Is for the protection of tho citizens. The fire and police departments perform these fundamental functions and It would seem reasonable that these departments should be the last to be curtailed. "We trust that the city officials will see fit to maintain the fire department at its present high standard." Don't come out for 5 minutes and don't notify the cops," the bandit said as he slammtd .the door of the restroom and ran for his automobile. As It roared away Butts came out and sounded the alarm. The bandit was described as a man about 30 years old with several days' growth of red beard on his face, G feet, 7 or 8 Inches In height, weighing about 140 pounds and wearing a gray hat and . gray .coat.. . : .-, Complete Service Will Be Given for Care of Departed at Beautiful Buildings to He Built "C'ARLY construction of additional •*-' units at Bakerafteld "Memorial Park, at a cost of approximately |125,000-«-w'hlch will provide much- needed work for many of tho city's unemployed—was Indicated today when officials of the concern outlined plana for a financing campaign. A beautiful mausoleum, which harbors the remains of many of the city's prominent dead, already graces the "million dollar home of memories," but officials of the organization are preparing to construct a crematory, a cemetery, mortuary, chapel, and a columbarium, In order that "complete service." may be obtained at one time. Ambulance service also will be Inaugurated under the com- i plele service plan, Ihe official* re- porled. Complete Service " "With the construction of tbe additional units, Bakersfleld will stand out among other cities of the nation for the careful mtyiner In which citizens cure for their dead," Manager J. K. McAlplne reported, "for this city will be the first to Inaugurate Ihe complele service phin, where proper care of tho departed ones, with funeral services, entombment, cremation Inurnment or Interment may be completed almost under one roof, and permit tbe duty of the living lo the dead to be carried out In a modern, permanent and less expensive manner."' k The complete service plan, accord- Ing to Manager McAlplne, lias received approval throughout the nation and In being copied elsewhere, and "will provide a sweeping change from tbe antiquated methods, reuniting In the reduction of costs, convenience to the bereaved, and Insure proper consideration In providing a final refiling place for departed ones." Local' Leaders More than 200 prominent citizens are sponsoring the movement here, officials reported, and the organization's board of directors boast such leading citizens as ti. S. Robinson, Malcolm Brock, Louis Banduccl, Ca W. Robin HOME OF MEMORIES PLANNED Wt *AKCR,JFIE.Lp < COMriyNITY j MAUvSOLt The above architect'! drawing of proposed structures on the property of Bakersfleld Memorial Park shows, In the center foreground, the beautiful mausoleum, which already has been constructed, together with the projected columbarium, chapel and crematory. C. C. A. Writes Views to New Congressman D IR1CCTORS of tiie Bakersfleld Civic I corn without giving others an Commercial Association, the city's | portunlty to bid on the service "chamber of commerce," today ills- , "'rector ''- >• '"mean led in* pro- patched a letter to Congressman ",' sl - UwlU cost the government Henry K. "Pat" Stubb.s of tile Tenth,' 11 ""! 1 f.°« 0 <""> '.'' .»» I"' 1 '"congressional dislrlcl. advising hint of| Htlvk ' ( '' , h .° 1S . 11 ' I V n " ltM ".'" 11IU1 '" the legislative assistance sought by ' 11 " I1IC »'' )Ul if . th<! <;"»»"»>'' >* If'lng resldenls of Bakerafleld and Kern l ° V-' KlVtM1 ' «" x " n >' l "K "'>' ''''nccniM egislative residents of Dakersflcld county. Adequate tariffs on Imported petroleum and copper, federal assistance for (lie state-wide water program and to be given, taxpaylng air concerns of Kern county who arc eligible t carry mall sliouhl be given an opportunity to opter their bid." Kern County Chamber of I Vicious Wild Animals Prey Upon Herds Driven From Blanketed Districts 12 FAMILIES SNOWBOUND Weather Bureau Shows Now Storm Brewing Alonji dull' ol' Alaska S NO\V so heavy It ia driving herds of tlet.T down from the •noun- tains to IIH slaughtered !>:•' Utilise' 1 '- cra/.eil wic'iis of coyotun lias provided Kern county iiunintuiii ureas with the heaviest blanket of tho water-supplying fhiki'U within tho memories nf old-time residents. ». survey rcunpU'letl tothiy liy Tho i nukersfield Culiforiihin wrulliiM' bureau reveals. On the peak of Crccnhorn and thu Kern river v.'uli-r .-.bed there is a pack j of Hiniv 7 feet deep. I In the Jack Kanch af.'ii the snow ranges from 10 to Si! hi'-ii-.-i In ilopth. Severn I feot in" MIIOW .Mill cover llio Toliiichnpl and Hldgc route district.-. Tragedy Enacted Stark Iragony of the \vllds f.-i be- in;,' i.'irieted iii the i Irceniiorn sectiun j where hcriM of deer, bewildered by | the blanket 1 thai has covi-ruil their i teed and •<bacl;li-d their leg.-i. migrate toward ch lll;:;tilo;i only to he cut down • l.y coyule,- 1 . Inspired lo ilic ferocity ol' timber weives !>y I'iclr hunger. Kiom Honcri liea-.'d. government, iforcsti.-r al I'nhoii .-•tatlmi on tlrecti- • 'ion*, i broil;;!) K. I.. S 1 nccr nionnl.'iiii cm ilciiiin of till desperate pllglll One herd, lie r.1,1. si 111 til- yhtil of III.-. I 1 :. i There b liin-c I'ecl m' ground al that point. ut-Uton. ;>io- . i-aine word oi die deer, iijjhl .--heltci- n^i-r slation. -miw on the sin'ficicnl to ill.- iiiiiin:,!.-. and n [>uel; of cann- almost in hi:i doorstep me of tin.. ile< i as tbe Stockton deep water canal, and! ><;»'"iiliig of the proposed •'hand out." reduced luxes are Hie most Important |' 1ll , r '' l ' le ' 1 tlln following message to leg-Mo slaughter needs of the lower end of the Sun .Ion- ' '"'alors representing thin district. That' they floiindeivd helplessly, unable to riuln valley, the C. C. A. letter to t | le ! message r ''"' I: national legislator slated. Congressman Slubbs, about to de- son and AmoriBo 1'lerrucci. Manager I "art for Washington, has asked varl- R. G. DOOLEY PASSES AWAY INJM GITY Word was received here by Mrs. H. P. Bender, 2015 I street, telling of the death of her son-in-law, R. C!. Dooley, Who passed away In Ventura last night after a several days', lllpe.sa of Influenza. Mrs, Dooley Is the former Miss Clophine Bender, who is principal of the Washington School at. Ventura. Mrs. T. H. Beaty of Bakersfield left last night to join her bereaved sister, and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. ! Ryan left this morning for the south. Mrs. Ryan is also a sister of the widow. Mr. Dooley was well-known In Bak- ersfleld and more especially In Taft, where ho was the proprietor of a clothing store for a number of years. He Is survived by -four brothers and three sisters, most of whom are residing In the south. No funeral arrangements have as yet been made. MiAlplnojte directing-AotLvltles, an- I OU8 representative organizations of silted'by Tern. Owen, the service dl-I'' ltiOB '" II|H '""'riot for Information rector, J. M. Sturglll as park super- I °" their Immediate needs, u.ul forll- intendent and Henry 13. Schmidt as tho legal guide. The "million dollar home of memories," when completed, will be a veritable garden, combining the austere with the beautiful, and construction of tho additional units will glvo men of many crafts an opportunity to work, those In charge of the financing movement declared. Folks and Facts + * * + * + Bits of Hotel Gossip * * * * * * Local Brevities A. G. Wlshon and H. "W. Watson, of the San Joaquin Light and Power Corporation, came to Bukersfleld from the headquarters offico at Fresno, yesterday, and while hero were guests of IJotel 151 Tejon *-»-» Court Calendar Is in Good Condition Despite a period of economic depression, which, according to sociologists usually results In a mounting "crime curve," few criminal etises are on the dockets of the district attorney's office for trial in the Superior Court, There is the usual routine number of Justice Court cases, but there are only a few major felony cases scheduled for trial during the next month Sea Scouts of Taf t Entertain on Craft TAPT, Jan. 28.— The Sea Scouts of Taft have scoured the decks of their ship which Is In dry dock at St. Andrews Episcopal building ut Fifth and Warren streets, and entertained guotils Friday night. Tho guests mounted to Ilio gangplank and found themselves suitable places at one of the many card tables scattered around tbe deck at the mlsulon hull, whgro bridge was enjoyed, Pilot C. R. Bowman, Copilot Herb Kraft and Hostess s Clara. Johnson, United Air Lines crew, were Hotel Padre guests last night, held over at Kern Airport by bad flying weather. "\Veyerhauser Sales Company, of I/oa \ngeles, is represented In Bakersfleld today by AY. II. Morrison, who, with Mrs. Morrison, Is a guest at Hotel lil Tejtn. Among Los Angeles business men stopping at'the Vadro are T. J. Redmond, cattleman: George Uro«g of sk Tire Company and B. B. BoggM of Chemical Processes Company. C. II. Mead, Miller & Lux executive, Is a visitor here from his San Fran- ulsco headquarters. Hu Is registered at the Padro. RIFLEMEN TO SHOOT FOR FlpOPHIES T\vo beautiful trophies will be shot for tomorrow morning by Kern county riflemen meeting at the Baker^fleld Rifle Club range on the bluffs. Sheriff ~!Rf, Walser's perpetual trophy will be up for contest as well as the Wickersham trophy.' These big silver symbols are expected to attract thc«flnest riflemen of the county here tomorrow > morning as tbe shoot Is open to any one desiring to enter. A nominal entry fee is charged. • The Wulser trophy will go to tho marksman making the highest aggregate score over the 200, 1100 and GOO yard courses. This shoot Is a real test of big bore marksmanship, according to Dick Barnes, president of the rlflo club. At each range, 10 shots arc fired. For the AVickorsham trophy, one of the finest available at tho club, the course will be over 600 yards. The 10 shots fired In concluding the Walaer trophy shoot and 10 additional shots at tiOU yards wll) make up the score for the WlcUorshom trophy. When permanent possession of a trbphy has been won by any marksman, the club replaces the trophy, '.bus Ihe cups and emblems are per- pelual and will bo club fixtures as long.as shoots are conducted • hero by the rifle club. Kpeotutors and tnarkxtnun are always welcomed at the club by Fred Todd, chief greeter for the organization. J. P. Kalrlmnk of the state department of agriculture, Davis, is a guest at the Padre while In Kern county. II. B. Rellly and Thomas S. Jacob- jc.n. of Standard Brands, Inc., Fresno, are guests at Hotel El Tejon, >"i rman Lars'in, of the Curtis Wright Corporation, Is a guest at Ho- ttl 151 Tejon while In Bakersfleld on business for his t!rm. FILES SUIT George T. AVhltnioro l.s suing Leon M. Goodman and F. U. Halloran asking Judgment in the Superior Court for JUDD.IO alleging injuries suffered In an automobile collision on December t, 1982. Ho is represented by Slemon & Claflln. Announce Change of Snow "Picnic" Date Postponement of tho "snow picnic," planned for tomorrow at Prarler Mountain Park, was announced today by commltteetnen In charge of arrangements fur the affair for the Bakersfleld chapter of the American Institute of Banking. "Many of those who want to attend the picnic find themselves with previous engagements on hand, and have requested the postponement, NO the picnic will bo held at a later dale," Tony Blanehetll, one of the commlt- loemen, announced. Olhern on the committee are Walter Thornton and nollln Voorhles. ABBIEC.MILLISON IS TAKENBY DEATH Mrs. Abble C. Mllllson. S4. died at a local hospital last, night after a heart attack. She was tbe mother of Mrs. Charles II. Hulnio, of liUOl Sunset uvoiiue. In addition to the daughter hero, she also IH survived by l\vo others. flrr] by the knowledge- Rained In that manner, will base bl.s legislative activities In the national capital. Civic Committee Dlreclor Frank Harrison heads tho C. C. A. committee which outlined tho needs of the .lower end of tho valley, and other members of the group are C. V. Anderson. It. I. Tupman, Ray A'. Durum and James I'el- rinl. Tho directors, at their Friday HOH- slon. also considered a .protest against the plan of Postmaster General Brown to "hand out" a daylight air mail contract, between San Fran- Answer Requested "II IniH conic to the attention of the aviation commltle and the directors of the Kern County Chamber of Com- a do/.-i repel the vicious onslaught. Families Marooned The .lack Ranch Is under a crush- Ing burden of snow. with more than incrcij that tile matter of day air male contract between l.os Angeles and San Kriindsco, vln Hakers- fleld and Fresno, Is now being considered by the poBtinasler-general. If so, we, In the Interests of locally owned and operated lines, and taxpayers. Insist that this matter should he opened to competitive bidding MO that those qualified may have the Maine opportunity. W« wish a definite report I J 1 ,"",!, 1 , 1 , on this, as local taxpayers Insist lhat i 'I'liere iiiv local Inleresls be protecled." .Senators Hiram Johnson and Samuel ShortrldK", Si'tiutur-eleit \Vllliam (ilblm AlcAdoo, Representative; 15. Harbour and Henry 10. resident families, unable to got mil. It Is believed, however, th« road will lie oneii as far aw the resort by tomorrow*. , Jack Itiineb dunce hall lias been smashed flii't by the snow and many locally | cabin.-, arc down. also. Tin' mall stage has been carrying mall as fur as the foot of lied grade where It i.' met by horses and sledn and Its cm-go transferred. lOveryono district tra\els on snowshoes. .some residents, the report said. who wen- away when* tho storm started and they have not l)6en able to return home, because of tho terrific fall. Henry "I'm" Cisco and Ixw Angeles, to an air con- | messilgo. Stubbs, and Postmaster - General Brown each received a copy of that Bulls Victim Believed to Be Brotherof Kern Woman "S. I. K. ai'ITCHBLb of 21181 Walton, It Is believed, came heru Kighle.enlh Hlreet, one of Bak-'from Merced. He went to work for Mrs. Robert Owens of New York t'lly, | ersfleld's best-known matron*, lias | I'etcr Krause al Koscdah- •ibotu to Mrs. C. H. Clark of Ijong Beach and a son, D wight Mllllson of New York City, and a husband, Joseph Mini- son of St. Cloud, Fla. Mrs. Mllllson was a native of LIGHT SHOWERS HIT BAKERSFIELD AREA Italn which Ml In Halicrsfleld and vlcjnli.i during the nlglit amounted U) .Oti of an Inch, bringing tbe total for the season lo .1.1]- inches. T6tnl at tliid date last year, weather records shov, , was ii.lfi. Oilier sections reported ruin us I'ollows: Ilin-na Vista, l.aliesldo nnil Stockdnli. .11", of an.lni'h each; KOMO- dale, .01 'of an Inch. NEW STORM SLATED Pennsylvania and had resided in Cal- Ifyrnla for the past IS years, making r home with Mrs. Hulme during tho last six years of her life. Funeral rites will be conducted Monday at 10 a. in., at tbe I'ayno & Son chapel with the Reverend John Murdoclc officiating;. expressed the belief that Joseph Wai- | weeks ago. Several days ago when ! FOR NORTH AREAS ton. fi4, who wa.s gored to death by a ' -- • - ' ' bull this week, may bo her long-lost brother. th-.i Krause family returned home from j SAN KIlANCISCu. Jan. :'6. i A. I 1 .1 Fiaiii'rsfleld. Ibey found Walton'M loan- i Still another storm was on U.-: v.-ay in body lying In the corral, ami a I the I'acii'Ie coast today from ihe (lulf The matron lias no definite descrlp- "lad bull learlng up farm Implements i "f Abislin, v/hlle the tall end of ono lion of ihe lost brother, for Bhe has "»d the earth. ' " ' not seen him In 40 years, but tho name of the missing brother and the man who died at the point of a mad bull's horns are the same, and If j officials believe, and tli« Invesllgail of th<- sex'tral prect-dinu dlsturlianco.'* iif tin. last two wee!;:: -./us passing sesned credentials bidden in a Merced j Into the plateau regions of Idaho, Nt- or a, Hakersfleld safety deposit box, j vadn and I'ti'li Tho animal's victim may have pos- search names reveals that are identical, their middle then she Is MUST BE FILED Farmers requiring Irrigation water from canals this year must file, their applications before February 1, It was) announced today. In accordance with the rules and regulations of tho state railroad commission, "primary" applications for water to be used for irrigation from canals must be filed at the office of the canal company, In the Kern County Land Company building, bo- fore February 1. If these application* arc not filed by that date thu applicants will only bo entitled to "secondary" water, thus serlouuly Impairing the opportunity to receive water at regular interval:) throughout the year, It was reported. Washington School Defeats St. Francis Waslilngton School defeated the .St. FrancUs School team, It! to u, In a basketball game played un the AVash- liiBton court. (Jordan Moore, Washington forward, who scored 12 points, proved to be the star of the game. The St. Franc' IK lineup Included David Fanucohl, Raymond Daly, Richard Mohr. Robert Novak and AVIIllam Jlefferniui. The starting team for \YaNhlnKton Included Ueorge. Marantos, Uordou Moore, KrclH ScenleH, Jack Klrchner, and Ralph Iteddlg. Substitutes weru John MackeHsy, Luther Goodwin, Norman Cady and George Galland. SPEAKS TO CLUBMEN Members of tho Halccrsfleld 20-30 Club yesterday heard Ocorijo Carpenter Ingclow, well-known • Huoakor on economics and liiHlriietur at tbu Huk- ersfleld Junior College and tho Kern County Union High Hclyiol, dlscusi, the war diibt situation. willing to accept the remains as those of her almost forgotten relative. Coroner N. C. llouze, preparatory to conducting an Inquest, is carrying out an extensive Investigation Into the victim's past, In tbe hope that some light may be shed upon his former associations. at the present time In being conducted along that angle. The body Is at the Payne & Him mortuary. rp«'ii the middle nainn of Hie victim, however, rests the possible solution .o tho inytitery which lia.s been woven about HIM llakersfleld mat run's long- mlssiiig brother. The credentials, If located, probably will bear tho middle name of the victim. i '. Count!-, weather t'oreer.sUr. said tin new sii.rin was depositing; more ."now In tnv-ton ami Washington Fruit Evaporation Process Originator Is Kern Visitor A-: V. SPAWN, Oakland's noted U]year-old scientist and horticulturist whose experiments In dehydration of fruits and vegetables have gained him national recognition, Is In Bakersfleld visiting grandchildren and other relatives, and may spend a con- Hlderable length of time In Oils area In continuation of his experiments, It was learned today. H Is 37 years slnco Mr. Spawn Invented tb« fruit evaporation method with which Ills name -lias been Identified, lie Is recognl/.ed In tbn United Statep as the falber of dehydration, arid his experiments with Kern county fruits during llio forthcoming months will be watched with inlercst throughout the country, according to east of the Ci.sc.-iile mountains, anU would extend Into northern California, tonight or lomoriMiv. bringing moni rain and smuv, but nut in such volunia as the preceding disturbance. He said, the storm |iosslhly '.votild extend into southern Callforni:. Sunday night ur Monday. New Service Given by Railway Concern C. I-:. WykcK. traveling freight ug- ent for tile Southern Pacific Compaijy, today announced that his firm hag In~ aiiguralfd a new typo of mercluiu- dlroc.led a letter to .Mr. Spawn com- ' disc transportation s-ervlce which will mending him for his continued efforts. "I want to commend you In your efforts to promote a greater line of de- prove a boon to merchants of Uakera- fleld. "Murchaiidl.se now is being loaded hydratlon of fruits and vegetables ! on baggage cars at l.os Angeles at among tho farmers of this country," ! P- '"•. he reported, "and the buggngo tbe communication stated. "Kcoiio- ! l ''"' ls hauled lo Bal;er.sfleld with u. inles of all kinds are most desirable at j passenger train, arriving hero ut t this time, even with warehouses full | "; .'";• "'I 1 ' '."i 1 "'' 1 .", 1 "!? servk "° t( J >»er- of food, people are hungry. Your project would promote thrift on the farm and would provide a clean wholo- Komo food product." •Active and still lolling ut bis chosen Ilfe'B work, Mr. Spawn In no way Indicates bis advanced age, and his es- perlncHB In tbe methods of d>'h} drilling frulls and vegetables sllll Is chants considerably." Any type of merchandise may be shipped from tbe southern metropolis to Kuk»'\sfield In thai manlier, sava he suld. fruit experts. T. O. Morrison, .Hnlzed In all parts of Ihe world, county :.Kent In ihreo times he has circled the globe. Aiameda county for the United Stales ; introducing his process In many for- iJepartmeiit of Agriculture, this month eign countries. Hospital Experts to Stockdale Golfers Attend State Meet to Play Kern River Mechanical Man to Visit Theater Here "Kp.ss," the mechanical man, is creating much Interest In the varlourt theaters on the coast, and will make an appearance In the foyer of the Kox Monday. Management Us offering freo tickets to the Kox to anyone who oun make this "frozen face" smllu. Ur. L. \,. Iiavls, and MiKH Clethui Stockdulo golfers' aro DAUGHTER BORN Lfirtli of a, duughler. Mttrjorie June meeting! Currier, was announced today by Sir. staff will bo ainong Ibosc who will ut- I Country Club In an interclub tuurna- tend the twenty-fifth convention of j mont tomorrow morning at tho Kern tbo College of Dentistry, of the Unl-iIUver courBe. vorslty of Southern California on Jan- Slockdale players who parllclpato uiiry uO, HI, and Kebruary 1. | aro a.slied to be on time for tho loo- lioctor Davis l.s the dontlHi al Ihe; off ut H:SO tomorrow moruliij,'. county hospital and Mba MoCollough | A return match will be played later 1 r McCollougb, of the eounly hospital' mushle swingers of tbe Kern i;lvvr|and Mrs. i'. 1. Currier, of 1023 I rl \uis greutci] by a The father Is un ern- la a denial liygionlot. ' on tho Stockdale cuurbo. street. The $ small brother, ployt of the titate. DANCE POSTPONED Tbf dance to have been held this evening by tlie .Swiss Club, at tho Swiss hall lias been postponed Indefinitely, It wus unnouuuod today.

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