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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Bakersfield, California Ref Fri californian last edition vol. Xiv Complete associated press leased wire 12 pages the leading newspaper of the Southern san Joaquin Vallet Bakersfield California. Saturday july 18, 1936 f Lill and exclusive United pee two sections no. 303spanish Morocco in armed revolt amp it in Prospect of settlement immediately dimmed by decision 4,000,000 affected no ice water sewage accumulating Over wide area Fly John p. Mcknight f a associated press letter wire a Mexico City july is. Fear or disease flood and food shortage Hung Over the capital today after the Federal conciliation Board held a a legals an electric Power company strike which has darkened Central Mexico for two Days. The Bourd s ruling destroyed any prospects that the strike might be ended immediately health endangered three thousand employees of the to reign controlled mexican Hight and Flower company and its subsidiaries who quit work at noon thursday cheered the decision upholding their right to strike. Four million persons live in the Federal District and five adjacent states affected by the walkout. Public health was endangered. The sanitation department said in a warning to Consumers by thase strike results there was no ire nor electrical. Refrigeration to keep fruits vegetables and other perishable foodstuffs from spoiling. Milk could not be pasteurized. Water Aas lacking completely in 20 City suburbs and Mireh of the time in 14 other suburbs with consequent no disposal of sewage. No refrigerated serums Aud medicines were rapidly spoiling adding to the danger to an epidemic. The potential danger of flood. Cosmo Hinojosa chief of the Federal District pointed out. Lay in the fact that pumps which help rid the poorly drained City of heavy rainfall had no current to operate them. Food shortage was noticeable on every Side. Corn Mills could grind no meal for tortillas. Food shortage wholesalers estimated the flour Supply on hand at three Days and Lack of refrigeration curtailed other foodstuffs. Merchants headed by j. Flores Garduno informed Congress j the food shortage would be Quot serious within 24 hours. With 3200 factories and shops paralysed 60,000 men thrown out of work and daily loss to business in the millions of pesos the National chamber of Commerce wired president Cardenas at Saltillo Coahuila. That the situation was a desperate and urged his intervention. Landon. Mccarl Confer Topeka kan., july 18. A. John r. Mccarl former controller general who favors putting a the bract so on Federal spending arrived today for a conference with governor Alf m. I Andon. Death summons general Feland r 4 scoria try press j ratted wire Columbus. Ohio. July 18-major general Logan Feland. U. S. Marine corps retired and a member of general John j. Pershing a staff during the world War died last night after a heart attack. He was 67. General Feland was the commanding officer of the second brigade of the u. S. Marine corps at san Domingo in 1919 and 1920, and of the american Shore forces in Nicaragua from 1927 to 1929. Panish revolt Norman Thomas booed and cheered by Harp delegates fringes of Corn Belt Iii South Minnesota and Iowa Benefit deaths exceed 1500 further help predicted High temperatures still obtain shop easy on tuesday in mondays californian see local store specials 31 Adi Ermers hid you w Elcome Ash Ai Ash. Apex termite company. Jimmy Dunn. Drink of link Dewar s. Fragers Ferguson paint shop. Gundl amp re plumbing. Globe drug Harry Hake Harrison a. Kendall Jones. Johnson amp Isaacs. Kidd Brothers. Kern poultry Kew pleas Coffee shop Karpe implement. Krutter Nursery mrs. Keller a cafe Ben fur shop Mintier Max Ault a or. And mrs. T ate. Sam Moss. Nora Beauty shop Pope furniture Kex change Peggy Beauty Salon ram Snodgrass. Wicker Sham jeweler. Vav bite spot Market. To White furniture. Claim was figured for $25,000 a a Cut by Kidnap Bing a nodules press idea ted wire St. Paul. July 18.�?a confessed Kinda per a declaration that former police chief Tom Brown was figured by gangsters for a $2 >.000 a a Cut in proceeds of the j100,000 William Hamm kidnapping was met with silence by the accused Man today As safety commissioner jus la Russ announced he would follow Browne a suspension from the department with a full investigation. Brown silent a i have nothing to was Browne a reply to the accusation made yesterday by Byron Bolton government witness in the trial of John p. Pelter former St. Paul night club owner charged with participating in the kidnapping. Barf Tissy statement said la Russ Quot when the trial is concluded Brown will be Given an Opportunity to explain. If Mussier investigation shows he had any association with the kidnappers or kidnapping not proper for a police officer he will be discharged and All information which he gathers and which the Federal government has obtained will be used in half an hour after Ballon a witness stand declaration. Barf uss suspended Brown from his Post As head of the police automobile theft department a without prejudice pending further inquiry. Mayor Mark Gehan said Brown was the Center of an investigation two months ago after the mayor received reports associating the police officers name with persons figuring in the kidnapping. Mayor Gehan said there was insufficient evidence to warrant any action. Brown became a patrolman 22 years ago and in five years was appointed As r detective. In 1926 he was indicted in a liquor conspiracy Case involving 122 a a persons in Many cities und was suspended from the Force a but reinstated when the charges were dropped. Italian soldiers crush uprisings copyright lose by i nit pre Addis Ababa july 18. Italian soldiers arc ruthlessly crushing Small infrequent uprisings of Othlo plan warriors. These uprisings have recently caused the More timid foreign residents to seek Refuge at the legation of their countries. Disorders Are attributed to drunk 1 enness among natives which is regarded As inevitable during the present mins that turn the soil into thick must a almost of the consistency of glue and make impossible Normal activities. The situation seems improving Day by Day. There Are no organized ethiopian soldiers in the Vicinity of Addis Ababa. Foreign reports that marshal to i Dolfo Graziani. Quot Viceroy a has been wounded Are untrue. To Are reports the italians burned alive rebel i natives at Ollega Ollega has not even been occupied . P. Would like help of Al Smith a hoc Tat re press leaned wire Boston july 18.--John d. M. Hamilton chairman of the Republican National committee completed his swing through new England today expressing Hope that Alfred would give Active support to the Landon Knox ticket. Quot someone asked me the other Hamilton told a Massachusetts rally last night a if Al Smith was going to join us. Quot i Hope so. We Are going to have some very reputable and respectable democrats with us in this a Aster ated press leased wire / Chicago july is. Scattered 1 Rains along Northern fringes of the drought baked Corn Belt served Only to outline More sharply today the suns destructive efforts elsewhere in the Middle West where scant Hope of Relief was offered by flip raptors. In half a dozen Northern Iowa cities and in Southern Minnesota precipitation last night bore out meteorologists prediction of showers and cooler weather in northerly sections of the North Central states. Death list 1500 heat inroads on human life were lessened but the nations total of deaths attributable to weather exceeded 4500. Further Relief was predicted for the same areas and generally in the Northern Region Over the week end but in sweltering Nebraska. Missouri South Dakota. Ohio Kansas. Oklahoma Illinois most of Michigan Indiana. Wisconsin and Minnesota no alleviation was sighted. Terse reports typical were the following terse reports from the Corn hog Belt Lincoln. Neb. A no sign of any possible break in intense heat wave in Nebraska now. Forecast fair weather. weather in Prospect with continuation of too degree temperatures Likely Over most of state. Scattered thundershowers in Prospect for North portion of state today. Columbus rain in sight h. C. Ramsower director of it it Hio state University agricultural Extension predicts 50-75 per cent Corn crop loss. St. Lands no Relief sighted in mis j Souri. Yesterday was fourteenth Day of 100-Dtgiec heat for state. Crops continued on Page two Oil worker kills Kin wounds self t a associated press leased wire los Angeles july 18. Sam Stafford unemployed Ventura Oil Field worker Lay in the general Hospital today with two Bullet wounds in his shoulder which police said he inflicted on himself after killing his Young brother in Law. Clifford Ratliff in Sawtelle yester i Day. Police Captain truce Clark said Stafford was crazed with drink and remorse Over his broken marriage t his wife Olive left him in Ventura last saturday. He came to a House in Sawtelle where she was with her sister and i Eila Ratliff and brother. The staf j Fords quarrelled violently police said and the wife und sister asked Stafford to leave. He got a .22 Rifle out of his automobile and threatened to kill his wife the officer reported. She grappled with him and ran outside where her brother was repairing a tire. Quot done to do it Sam a Ratliff remonstrated. Stafford cursed Ratliff and shot him through the head police reported he then shot himself in the shoulder. Bank a deposits i show increase United press leased wire san Francisco july 18�? the Federal Reserve Bank of san Francisco today reported total resources of $794,496,000 As of july 15, compared with $782,-892,000 a week earlier. Total deposits were listed As $417,972,000 compared with $402 422,000, and ratio of total reserves to Deposit and Federal Reserve note liabilities combined was 73.2 per cent compared with 73. Hull defends reciprocity and says its enemies distort facts United press i eased wire Public Hall. Cleveland july 18. Socialist presidential candidate Norman Mattoon Thomas to Day reaped repeated choruses of a a boost from delegates to the Townsend clubs second Amia convention when he appeared on their platform and bluntly told them their $200-a month pension plan would not work. Hut he was Given an ovation when he finished. Smashes at Coughlin Thomas smashed at father Charles e. Coughlin and protested Larue the priests bitter reference Here to president Roosevelt As a a i know How to make speeches you would Thomas shouted As Quot boost or Stony silence demonstrated disagreement Between himself arid his audience Quot but i am not going to Ilo Ile spoke in the final session of the Townsend convention after a hysterical outburst of generosity had brought scores of old and Young scrambling to the platform to donate their Nickels dimes and dollars to defense of the Townsend cause. Says plan wont work a i do not believe your plan will the tall socialist said As he stood sweating and often smiling before the crowd. There were thousands in the Hall. A i believe it will not work a he continued a for these reasons i. Your two per cent tax wont raise the hurled his words Back at boy. I. L. K. Sin it ii his Oklahoma namesake Bury Hatchet fund raised Lucy i. Long a disciple makes speech thai brings peace late i 1.1.eti\ pm Hall Cleveland july 18. I. Pm tile second National convention of Townsend clubs adjourned sine die today at 5 17 p. In. Danzig organic Law set aside a associated press eased wire tree City of Danzig. July 18.�?dr. Arthur Kart Greiter president of the Danzig Senate. By a series of administrative decrees today virtually set aside the free City a Constitution. In keeping with his threat of july 6 to crush opposition to the Danzig nazi party government without Infra Ting the letter of the Constitution he nevertheless practically set it aside today. Diplomatic circles were concerned Over the attitude to be taken by Sean Lester High commissioner for the league of nations and whether Poland will object. The sweeping decrees calculated to crush opposition to the Danzig nazi party were published by the government of the free City. F a associated press leased to ire Washington july 18�?secretary of state Hull in a statement published today said critics of the administrations reciprocal Trade program Quot maliciously distorted the facts. The Cabinet member Champion and director of the new Deal s trades pact plan denounced opponents As a an agricultural wrecking Crew which boasted of their leadership during the years prior to 1933 but pushed the Fanner into bankruptcy and left him there Quot the plan he defended involves an Effort to lower tariffs and other let carriers through reciprocal agreements with other nations after a pact is signed with one country the concessions Are extended to All others with which the United states has most favored nation treaties defends program a the program is essentially eco nomic created by National necessity. And it has been so treated by Mort than two thirds of the american press and by outstanding statesmen regardless of party a he asserted. A nevertheless today those Small hut powerful groups which foisted Smoot Haw Ley ism upon the country whose economic leadership bankrupted agriculture Are again making a bid for Eon tool. A during political campaigns they always appear in their professional role As guardians and Savior of american agriculture. The real purpose of a majority of them however is to retain or secure Smoot Hawley embargo benefits for certain Large Industrial interests As when the Smoot Hawley Tariff measure was enacted in 1930.�?� strategy described describing the strategy of the critics As an Effort Quot til discredit the present National program Iti the eyes of the Fanner Quot Hull asserted a they find themselves confronted with the fact that in 1935 Farmers were getting 81 cents a Bushel for wheat As compared with 35 cents in 1932 61 cents a Bushel for Corn As against 21 cents in 1932 9 cents a Pound for hogs As against 3 cents in 1932.&Quot farm income As a whole he said was two thirds greater last y ear than three years la fore. A a boost him. A order order a shouted chairman Arbuckle. Thomas continued �?o2. If your tax fails to raise Hie Motif Anil the pension is paid there would he inflation and the $200-a-M�mth would not be Worth More than $20.�?� More Boos were hurled. Energy misdirected Thomas concluded. �?�1 think that you Are mis directing your magnificent Energy which could be devoted to your real Thomas had delegates with him at the outset lost them Midway with a proposal to Amend the Constitution and with his criticism of their plan. But when he concluded a Large majority of those present gave the socialist a big and enthusiastic hand. Baseball results american league first York game e. I at new York to. H. St. Louis. 7 11 Newyl Ork 9 2 2 batteries Hogsett and Giuliani Murphy Brown and Glenn. Second game at new York r. H. E. St. Louis. 4 8 to Newyl Ork .15 15 i batteries Mahaffey Van Atta i Ebhardt and and Dickey. I Mullani Peanut first game at Philadelphia Chicago. Philadelphia. Batteries Lyons and Ley and Hayes. It. H. I 7 12 4 to Sewell a at Bostons Detroit a a a it Boston. Batteries a Liker Hayworth Ost Eranui Ferrell. E. It. Ii 6 11 i 5 to 2 Lawson and Lier Wilson and woman mutilated in mystery manner t National league at Pittsburgh r. In e. Brooklyn. 6 17 3 Burgh. 5 7 i att Erlos Frank House Jeffcoat Snow shed burned in Sierra Summit United Prest leased Wirt soda Springs. Calif., july 18.�? full train service of Southern Pacific trains Over the Sierra Nevada Summit was resumed Early today when 150 workmen constructed a single track through the area 4 Miles West of soda Springs where 660 feet of double track Snow shed burned last night. The westbound mall train and two sections of the Overland limited held up in Truckee All night by the fire and damage to the Road proceeded West at 6 a. In. Over the temporary track the eastbound Overland was delayed nearly three hours. Forest Lookout Hirt Alturas july 18 a a John Berg Forest service Lookout was in county Hospital today with injuries received in the plunge of his truck Over an embankment United pres leased wire Louisville. Ky., july 18�?a woman who told police she was Kunu Morris 33, of u Cincinnati suburb was found dazed in a churchyard Here today her Throat Cut from cur to ear and the wound sewed with common Black thread. White shirt buttons were sewed to the flesh Long the wound. The woman was unable to give a satisfactory account of her plight she was taken to a Hospital where physicians discovered the crude surgery. She told officers she had been injured in an automobile Accident three Days ago she said some men in the ear dressed the wound Irater she said she was forced from the car. Surgeons said the wound was not More than 38 hours old. The wound was not deep enough to reach a vital spot it extended from the right Temple around to the left car lobe. Six buttons were stitched to the flesh As Bough to Cid in holding the cd of Tho wound together. Clark and Berre Phelps Brown Swift and Padden. Lucas at Cincinnati h. La. E. New York to 19 0 Cincinnati. 2 7 i batteries Schumacher cabler and Malleus Frey. Hal Wuhan Stine Nelson and Lomi Tardi. At Chicago Philadelphia Chicago. La. 9 12 e. Mrs. Minnie Behn claimed by death f ,4 associated press i Carid la Trey los Angeles july 18.�?mrs. Minnie Behm 66, granddaughter of Captain Jesse Hunter who came to California during the Gold Rush of 1849, died today following a major operation. She was the Mother of mrs Lei land Atherton Irish who has been largely responsible for the sponsoring of the a Psi Mph Onieh under the stars in the Hollywood bowl United press i based wire Public Hall Cleveland july 1 18. The Rev. Gerald i. K. Smit ii h sweating spellbinder of simple we ords and homely stories today whipped the second Townsend club National convention into a fury of enthusiasm Aud generosity which sent scores of old Young and Middle aged pension seekers prancing Down ii the Center aisle waving Bills of Many denominations for defense of tile cause. A a Here a a $50 Hill a shouted an unidentified Delegate from Illinois. It was tossed into the not rally to Atis the delegates were rallying to defend doctor Townsend and their organization against insurrection its a i urn going to show that there is something solid behind your enthusiasm a whooped the big Louisiana preacher. Quot the newspaper boys have been telling me that this crowd is crazy that it cheered me the other Day when i blasted president Roosevelt and then it cheered Comer Smith when he defended him. A i am going to show them i am going to make an Experiment. I Ain going to ask you to show what is behind All this the hunger of 100,000,-ooo poor people. I urn going to ask you to go Down in your pockets and contribute to the Townsend injunction fund. Roaring to the roof Rose the chorus of assent. The reverend Smith was collecting Money to keep the pension plan going while its funds arc tied up by the injunction which is expected to to granted shortly to insurgents who have bolted or. Townsend and Harp. Tho occasion was a Camp meeting love feast and fund raising All in one. Smiths Bury Hatchet the Rev. Smith and Comer Smith National Vic president of the pension plan have i it Een battling in pub-11 and private. Two Days ago the part Indian Comer stood on this platform and barged that the preach r had sabotaged his Bena i trial Campaign in Oklahoma. That feud was swept away today i a the preacher orator made their Lier continued an Page two three perish in meat associated press leased w ire i Jas Angeles july is. Southern California counted three deaths today while the weather Matt forecast no Relief from blazing heat. Splintered Pines in Cleveland a Iona Forest showed the Marksman ship of lightning which drove Ranger lookouts from their towers yesterday during Thunder showers. Brush lands in three canyons were blackened by fire. Highway and tel a phone Crews were repairing damage done by wind and dust storms in los rial Valley i of Angeles temperature of 95 yesterday was the highest of the i year. Suburb own Glendale had 102, at Imperial county Points 116 was registered. I it ruths attributed to the Lieut were Herbert a. Wilson 41, Riverside Gustaf Miedike 83, Santa Barbara and j. La. Witmer Altadena Man kills wife son wounds self United press leased Wirt i Erie a. July 18.�?samuel c. Weed 40, a heat crazed clerk at the Erie works of the general electric company hammered his wife Irene and son i it a id. 4. To death today and inflicted critical wounds on his other son. Charles 2. Weed a sunday school superin tend it was apprehended on Lite inf i a to Road after two unsuccessful attempts to kill himself by diving beneath the wheels of trucks. I nit re press i Iii re Dayton it Hilo july 18.�?peter Duna. Transcontinental flyer seek Long a Cross country Light plane record arrived Here at Io-50 a. In. Today. He took off five minutes later. He reported his plane functioning smoothly. A a a a i no Immi ure at Napa Napa july is. A the auditorium and several classrooms of Napa Union High school were destroyed As fir of unknown origin swept the Structure. Police to mated the loss at More than $100,000. A a a. \ la tim identified Pasadena july 18. A. In identity of the seventy sixth suicide victim from la Colorado Street Bridge was established today by police As Albert Rafferty 3s. Nine nations authorize Straits fortification new Oil vent Ion i sited press wire Monthei a a Vul. July 18. A protocol authorizing Turkey to fortify the Dardanelles Straits immediately was presented to the none i Power conference today together with a new Straits convention. Powers represented at the conference were great Britain. France Japan Russia Yugoslavia Greece Turkey Bulgaria and Rumania. All tentatively accepted the agreement at thursday s plenary session. They Are exile ted to sign it late today or monday. The convention gives Turkey full authority to govern traffic through tile Straits abolishing the International commission established for i that purpose it provides however that commercial vessels will enjoy Complete Freedom of transit in peacetime and when Turkey is a Neutral in event of War. Black sea Powers including rub Sis. Rumania and Bulgaria w ill in allowed to sen submarines and heavy battleships through the Straits whereas other Powers May Send through Only Light surface Craft. Mayor la Cardia and g. 0. P. In Row a associated press i eased wire new York july 18 mayor Fiorello in guard la elected by the fusion of republicans and independents broke openly today with the Republican county leaders when he submitted the name of Adolph a. I Berk jr., one of the original members of the new Deal Quot brain Trust Quot for Tho office of president of the Board of aldermen although the mayor had an nuanced several Days ago to would make known hts Choice today the Republican county leaders yesterday selected Alderman a. Newbold Morris As their nominee. Nevertheless the mayor today handed this announcement out a i submit for the consideration of Independent groups republicans and All interested in Good municipal government the name of Adolph a Berk or. For the office of president of the Board of Berle now is City Chamberlain. An authority on corporations he was one of the earliest members of president Roosevelt a group of advisors. A we a coasts Oast flyer leaves Dayton Ohio uprising spreads Madrid it leg ii be however is confident censorship strict communists prepare to fight for red regime now at Helm late i i i Eti is Fana i s a n 1a, pre or it for Orro july in. Ii a yid us Nyall of Spanish Morocco was in the hands of military rebels tonight native runners from the Riff country. Between Ceuta and Mel Lila reported Here. Madrid. July 18. La. undersecretary of Interior revealed tonight that rebel troops in Spanish Morocco have been bombarded from the air. Tangier Morocco july 18. In. In a rebellious troops in Span Isle Morocco including the foreign legion total approximately 18,00 1 Well armed equipped men Rufu gees from the danger zone estimated tonight. M by i Ester Zie Eken 7f<iipvrifm. Lava. Of United pres Adru july 18. Rebel army units rising against the left Wing government held important army centers of Spanish Morocco today. The rebellion started last night in Mel Lila chief Garrison town and spread to other bases. The United press correspondent at Perpignan French Spanish Frontier reported the revolt broke pre. Maturely and was to have been a National one throughout Spain proper. Ile reported a Brief minor revolt at Barcelona capital of Catalonia quickly Aupp reared the United i Rees correspondent at Tilar rits on the Frontier asserted there had to Een a heavy movement of contraband arms to Spain for three or four Days strict in enso Shiu a strict censorship one of the most severe Ever imposed blanketed the entire country. Tho government was confident it dominated the situation it was prepared to attack the rebels by land sea and air if necessary. After the revolt broke at Melillo it was indicated for a time that Spanish foreign legion troops retook the town but later it appeared the foreign legion men joined the Reb Els. They Are a crack Well disciplined Force which has been brought to Spain in past times to suppress disorders. New. Withheld after withholding the news from the Public for Many hours the government announced some army units had revolted in Morocco but asserted most of the army remained Loyal there As in Spain proper and expressed Confidence of the Early end of the movement. Mel Lila seemed to Ive the Center. It was known that martial Law he been declared there that the government seems to lie proceeding with the utmost Energy against the rebels in fear that the revolt might t continued on Page two Index to advertisers re a. A. A a. 3a a m a t cd m boxing. Ambassador club annexation announcement Ash s Ash Auston Beauty school balance sock resort. Harn the a baseball # Beardsley 0 a acc Central California ice company 5 club Oasis it Fox California to Fox theater fresh air inn. 6 Granada theater b Greenlawn ? Hoenshell Bros. 1 Hogle a co j. A la Huff John r j Johnsons Firestone tires i Kern county printers Assn. 2 Kimball a Stone j lantern the. A mandarin. The. S my p 2 Nile theater. S Noodle bowl. I Pekin Herr co 2 Phillips music company. 2 Pioneer Auto. I Preston. 00n a. 3 radio Oen Rex theater. S Rialto theater s san Joaquin Grain company4 so a of Grove i Sun Kong Herb co. S Union Avenue plunge. T Union come Terv i Virginia theater. A Wickersham s jewelry co. I Witham a Booth f

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