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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Bakersfield, California Wmk Bakersfield californian saturday. July is. 1916 diesel car is shown Here Wallace speech to be broadcast a a Csir Secretary will address baby Hick association on july 22 i i a std press i eased k ire i Kansas City to. July the add is of Secretary of agr Cul Tun a Fiir a. Wallace la for the 400o a a to Tho International Ila by a Hll k association Bere july us will i broadcast nationally it he announced lode or. Reese v Hucka. National Secretary of the Assoc to finn. Said Wallace had informed him that a Reju Ort of Hie findings in the Dnn ought Atrul it Ken Northwest which the Secretary will Plait before the and Irene Here would let a included. The Andreea a Lii be in Kansas City s it municipal auditorium and the Public will be admitted. The National broadcasting company will j carry the add raw from is to it Law. P. In. Lither ape Accra on the convention in Gram include Robert k Freer of la Federal Trade commission. Cheater ii. Gray Wash Langton represents j Ive of the american farm Bureau federation and j c Kotlier were Ary of the Kansas state Hoard of agriculture. Farnsworth skin plans his defense Washington july i. Kelt Olvea of John 8. Farnworth today Danne Ltd do Fence of the former Navy lieutenant commander facing charges of Helling important naval Barret to a a i Ieese agents. Federal officials meanwhile were silent concerning possibility of grand jury ind let tit against the onetime naval air expert. Tentative plans called for no grand jury Ai Tion to be bought until two or three Days before july jul the preliminary hearing Date aet by i noted hta Tea comm Galoner need Ham c. Turns when Farnworth a arraigned tuesday. An announcement concerning Choice of defense counsel and Deal note plans wan expected shortly from Farnsworth or relatives who were aiding him in his fight for Freedom no defense counsel has been named. In hts cell in the District jail infirmary where he is timing held in default of $10,000 Bond Farnworth reiterated his innocence. A a a James a. Talbot is claimed by reaper san Francisco july in strictest privacy funeral services were held her today for James a. Talbot. 6$, once a powerful Fairure in tile Petroleum Industry As head of Richfield of who died yesterday in St i Uke Hospital following a sudden heart attack thursday night. Only members of his immediate family and a few close friends were present. The Are vices were held in the Chapel of a funeral parlor. The Rev. John a. Collin episcopal min a inter officiated the body was sent to Isis Angeles for burial. Private funeral for Orville Knapp Hoston july private funeral service were held at noon today for Orville Knapp la hand Leader killed in an air plane crash Al Beverly thursday. Mis. Knapp the former Gloria Grafton of the adage production medium of the Knapp stand which was playing at hotel hit Carlton her and Willard ale Ander and Manning France of new York representing the music corporation of America attended the Eer Valcee held in Waterman chattel set new record Rodeo attendance is largest for event cowboys and girls win prizes scattered rain in Corn Belt areas continued from Page one e soon is Likely of rain at several Ralph Hemphill and Herman harm inspecting the brat Pacific Coset owned diesel powered car to be exhibited in Bakersfield next week at Pioneer Auto company Buick dealer at 2112 Cheater. I j Erald i no a new a anger Cai travel la powered car recently Hemphill in Pren Lornt of the Hemphill i it la he schools at 2121 san Fernando Road i of Angeles. While in Bakersfield monday coast. It la a conventional car with Itu Araday and wednesday the car will in a Dies. I treated on the its gasoline engine removed and in a place a six Cylinder full diesel engine of a new Type just placed on the Market Ralph Hemphill. Ixia Angeles owner of the car. Recently stated that he obtains 30 Miles to a a gallon of fuel with the fuel mating is Ort display from 9 a in. To 9 p. In. At the Pioneer Auto company Buick dealer. 2112 Chester Avenue. On wednesday evening at the hotel Al Tejon the motion picture Quot diesels on Parade Quot will he shown at 8 p. In. Arrangements to have this picture United pre leased wire Salinas july 1$.�?with existing attendance records already broken the annual Salinas Rodeo Northern California s greatest Cowboy show moved into the second Day of its wild and woolly schedule with roping. Racing and buckaroo Long exhibitions planned for the thousands of vial Ora who Are jamming this Ley town. The stadium was filled to capacity with the greatest crowd in the his tory of the Rodeo. Eddie Woods Emmett Idaho won i the Bull Riding contest and single roping Honor went to g. F. Williamson King City and first place in steer Dero rating to John d. Mendes Visalia. Doff Abr Sheridan wyo., proved Aldern a milk Price increase in bal Best in Bronco Riding and the com timbre. Bina Tion of m. W. Del Rey and Willie Clay of Visalia in team roping. John Bowman Hillside ari., won the calf roping prix. John Malloy Lakeport won three prizes in the relay race the half mile race and the Pony express contest. C. Greenwood won the feature Rodeo Handicap race. Donna Cowman carried off Premier honors among the cowgirls winning the half mile women s race for Santa Rosa. Florence of Burbank won til cowgirl relay race. I Ghan. _. Value of in All but few places becoming progressively worse. Oklahoma City weekend Ruth i weather prospects show no Indica i Mon of drought let up. of 100-de i Grec temperatures in Eastern Montana Over week end held Likely. Sun j making deeper inroad on crops. Fob Washington july 18.�?an in Bible local showers were predicted in crease in the Price of Many foods eggs cheese cattle Ziglier Grade to re effected Iowa today after Points last night. Rains predicted forecaster j. R. Lloyd predicted week end Rains and coed breezes for the Chicago area but was doubtful Relief would extend to the withering Corn Fields of Central Illinois where such Teni a Kratur s As 107 at Kewa Nee were recorded yesterday. Show ers were forecast for lower Michigan. Wisconsin expected Only thundershowers. A worst pasture conditions in to years Quot with no rain in sight were seen in Maryland As dairymen con armed revolt in Spanish Morocco continued from Page one spread through Spain that general Miguel Nunez de Prado director general of aeronautics has been urgently appointed inspector general of All troops in Morocco. General Gomez Morato com Mander in chief in Spanish Morocco left Ceuta 130 Miles East of Mel Lila on the coast to take charge for the government. A portentous electric atmosphere May be delay in a government Hopes to track Down ramifications in Farnsworth Case Madrid itself is quiet of alarm one of the stages prelim partly As a result of the drought was predicted today by the Bureau of tension was noticeable. Of agricultural economics of the agriculture department. Commodities named by the Bureau As Likely to increase in Price in the near future included Huller cheese eggs Aud higher grades of cattle. The agricultural experts predicted a reduction in the Cost of potatoes local hogs. Low Grade cattle lambs pout i try and Wool. Copert ghz 136, by unite pre Washington. July 18.--Hope of being Able to track Down unrevealed ramifications of the espionage Case against John s. Farnsworth has the state caufiled the ju8t, department to de Lay seeking an indictment against Narv to martial Law was extended was issued today. The former Navy lieutenant com for 30 Days throughout the country wednesday. Next Day raids were started by the on fascists. All leaves of policemen and storm guards in the country were cancelled and men on vacation were recalled. Today personal Telephone Calls to the provinces and abroad were pro mrs. Tom Meighan made beneficiary heat prices it was predicted habited. Newspaper Calls must be will remain about As High As the made from the Central Telephone Liverpool prices of the last three Headquarters from material written years when american production of out an approved in Advance by gov some varieties was less than Domestic Ern ment censors requirements. Members of the Well organized in wheat figures both in Liverpool off Cal socialist and communist and Waterbury probably vol aver mall la in import of he govern age slightly higher than last year ment were ready t0 fight for the because of a prospective world Short age it was said. The july i world carryover of wheat was estimated at about 22,000.-000 bushels less than on the Corre the Amert associated pre leased wire Mineola. N. A. July 18.�?the will of Thomas Meghan motion pie spending Date in 1935. Tore Star filed in surrogate court today leaves a major part of his estate to his widow. Frances ring 4s cents per gallon on a round shown were made by leading bake ship from Ixia Angeles to Nan Diego Field concerns. All interested in a distance of 285 Miles the fuel diesel engines for ars air planes coat waa 64 cents which is about j trucks Marine and Industrial serv one tenth of the usual Cost. The trip ice Are invited to see this picture from Fjola Angeles to Bakersfield was Sud also the see the Dies powered made on 22 cents Worth of fuel. Or. Passenger car Mysore maharajah visitor to England t Ondon july in go maharajah of i Nitro pre leaned wire ills highness but he primers m sore a it be today on his private floor of the Jio Cheater hotel took a drink of water which he brought in barrels with him from India ate a breakfast prepared by his private chef from his Supply of food also brought from India and retired to his private Temple in on of the Morns of bus suite. There he sat Crosa legged in silent contemplation for to minutes As usual St the feet of his private family goddess a Small Golden image called Charnon Dewarl. Afterwards he Atu led the possibilities of giving in London entertainment on the scale to which he la accustomed in India where at hts Palace he maintains a Fleet of 80 automobiles fur the use of Bis guests. The maharajah sir Krishnaraj Wadlar Bahadur a British Knight a is one of exotic India s Moat exotic figures. He is one of the world s richest men with a personal for tune of $400,000,000, revenues of $12,600,000 a year from the $,600,000 people he rules and owner of Gold mines Granite quarries and Coal in addition to lands and palaces. He la the first ruler of Mysore Ever to leave India he is a member of the Kshatriya. Or military caste Ilia religion forbids him to eat any kind of meat la eggs no flab no fowl. La almost entirely on vegetables and he brought those from India for hts 2vi months stay. He drinks no water hut that of the sacred Ganges so he brought hts water 8000 Miles to in Mann. Ile must have his food prepared by ii Brahman it he in in approved Kitchen to he brought the chef and fitted out the Kitchen Here. Ile neither smokes nor drinks hut he is a Host of renown he must attend Many functions in Ida Honor Here to entertain other i people in his great Palace it Madras i where King Edward then Prince of i Wales has been a guest he astonishes his guests with his hospitality. His banquet table has a miniature railway running round it an electric engine pulls a train Load of delicacies to which the guests brought in his 80 guest automobiles help themselves As the train glides silently up mail order House heavy purchaser Montgomery Ward spent approximately $11,000,000 in the three West roast states. Oregon Washington and California last year for merchandise purchases alone it was announced Here today by h. H. De Latch. Ward store manager who just received the information from the company s Chicago offices. Quot Wear proud a said or. Delacy Quot to he Able to show to what an extent Montgomery Ward is a West coast institution. A company sell-1 lug a wide variety of Mere hand to Over a w Ide area must also make j purchases Over a comparable area and a Large amount of these purest no chases Center on the West subsists or. De i atry pointed out that the merchandise thus purchased is sold by the company la oth in its 600 re i tall stores located in 47 states and through the 8 mall order houses. He also stated that the huge sums of1 Money attend by the company on the coast helped to keep thousands of local persons employed in various1 manufacturing enterprises in addition to the 9000 persons employed directly by Montgomery Ward in the three coast states dissension ended in Harp meeting continued from Page one annal reconciliation the keynote of his emotional Appeal to the crowd. He continued Quot when Gomer Ann i sat Down inst night to drink a Glass of milk together Quot the crowd Sere smed its approval of this fluid peace pipe a i told tinier he had called my followers in in us Sauna a lot of Bull frogs. Most of the morning session was devoted to the report of the resolutions committee. Resolutions resolutions adopted in Brief 1. Condemnation of House of representatives committee which investigated the Townsend organization. 2. Classification of All convention political speeches As opinions of Quot individuals not the 3. Refusal to endorse any candidates for president or vice president. 4. Authorization of directors to Campaign for amendment to i noted states Constitution writing Townsend plan into country a organic Law. 5. Approval of placing women on Hoard of directors Quot As soon As 6. Decision to concentrate on election of congressional candidates who have endorsed Townsend plan. 7. Authorization of Hoard of directors at request of one or More members to Dis visa withdrawal of support of any congressional candidate Ami to take any action it desired Quot by and with the consent of our great Leader or. Townsend Quot 8. Approval of intensive organization of Young men and women into Townsend clubs. The estate was set. At 1 Quot More than $50,000.�?� mrs. Meghan was bequeathed a four fifths interest in a Trust fund of which the other fifth was left to Mary Meghan a sister of the actor. Meghan a personal jewelry was bequeathed to his three Brothers James John and William the actor died july 8 at his Home in great neck Long Island. Glendale resident killed near Tucson associated pres leased wire j Tucson adz., july . M. Mallet Glendale calif., was killed Early today when his smashed into a Bridge and overturned on the Nogales Highway 25 Miles South of Here. Investigating officers said Mallet had been dead several hours when found. They gave his address As Post office Box 457, Glendale. The left and right wings in politics fascism communism nazism socialism hardening growing More bitter every Day. September i set for Citrus Case can d of Nestle carryover was said to on Inary people in Europe Between be about 125,000,000 bushels. Zen feed Grain prices the experts said have risen recently As a result of the threatened damage to Corn and Short crops of Oats and Barley. Weather was expected to exercise a dominant effect on future fluctuations in the prices of cereals particularly Corn. Tremor destroys colombian town associated pres leased wire j Tuque res Colombia july 18. J a disastrous earthquake virtually destroyed this town today. Thousands were homeless. The casualties so far were unknown prevent Brock from enforcing pro Unander charged with Selling vital left Wing government j Navy information to japanese agents la leaves of policemen reiterated in District jail his assertions of innocence. Hearing july 29 he is scheduled to appear at a hearing before United states com Mission Needham c. Turnage on july 29. When the government must show it has sufficient evidence to warrant the commissioner remand Long him for grand jury action. The decision not to present the Farnsworth Case to the grand jury immediately was made because Justice department officials feel additional arrests May be made if current investigations bring out anticipated evidence. Warning May be Given High officials were said to feel that of the Farnsworth Case is presented to the grand jury immediately it might result in revelation of evidence which the department Hopes to keep secret until he inquiries into the Farnsworth Case ramifications Are completed. However the grand jury now in session May be asked to indict the former naval officer a Day or two before the scheduled commissioner s hearing. Such a move would obviate the necessity of much Legal red tape. Several conferences have been held Between state Navy and Justice department officials Over the Farnsworth Case and its possible ramifications. Both in the Field of diplomatic relations and Domestic follow ups. Regime. Throughout Europe interest in the situation grew More intense with Tho hours. It was the latest drama in the fight too Young to he history that affects hundreds of millions of i tilted press leased wire Nan franc i co july 18.�?the state supreme ourt today set september i for hearing on an alternative writ of prohibition granted a. A. Brock suite director of agriculture against the los Angeles Superior court which had granted six Citrus shippers a temporary injunction to but it was feared Many had per Automo Llo j shed. Panicky inhabitants Crown ded the outskirts of the town while the shocks continued. The main Shock lasting 2 minutes was Felt at noon. Telegraph operators were sending dispatches from temporary circuits rigged up in the streets. Visions of the state s aaa of 1935. Representatives of the shippers were to be in court that Date to show Rause Why the writ should not be made permanent. The Case has aroused widespread interest because it is a direct test of californians a Little which the shippers charge is a unduly three new projects begun in areas near mount Poso or California and k Street i lemonade being served during the demonstration of m. C. P. Products Mitchells and at the same time. Monday and tuesday woman shut May die Man detained Indio Lull 18 mrs e. D. Martin 35, Bride of a week was near death from a Bullet wound in her Back at Coachella Valley Hospital today. Fred Hart. 43, of san Bernardino who Deputy sheriff Benl get Creve Coeur said shot in. Martin was held on an assault and Battery charge pending the outcome of her fight for life approval of two resolutions was blocked by doctor Townsend embodied hts offer to turn control of the clubs Over to citizens Maxim a state leaders and change the name to Townsend recovery plan inc. The other provided Townsend endorsement of congressional candidates of other parties in states where the Townsend movement is weak. Era of Good feeling the Era of Good feeling had fallen finally Over this has been ripped b the Small producing areas cling it. Peso Field on the Southeast North and West respectively called the Dorsey area Dominion area and Mcvan area. Are each getting a new Well. Alphonse e. Bell corporation of los Angeles will Drill Fitshugh no. I on the South Edge of the Mcvan area at a location 220 feet North and 660 West of the South Quarter Corner of Section 14, 27-27. Ring Oil company of Long Beach one w Jim Drill Knapp no. I in the Dominion area. 500 feet South and 150 feet East of the Northwest Corner of tin East half of the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 28, 28-28. On the South Edge of the Dorsey area Section 35, 27-29, Frank Goldman will Drill Glide no. 2 at a Point 350 feet South and 300 West of the North Quarter Corner of the Northeast Quarter. West of this group n vent Ion which reportedly will Drill a dissension caused North Quarter Corner by the efforts of the preacher and father Charles e. Coughlin to Stampede the delegates to support will Warren due 11 Wildcat at the of Section 28, 27-27. Which lies Northeast of Premier Field. Several Wells drilled on this Section struck Oil but did not tam Lemke. Union party presidential establish commercial production candidate. 1 the delegates cheered the re Ltd porters. Quot now for those $5 the Rev. Gerald shouted Oregon broke in with a $100 state contribution. Michigan contributed mining locations Sequoia company planning offset to 1800-barrel Well # a a a cd quota Oil company a a newly formed company of Long Beach oilmen will Start monday to erect a Rig offsetting c. By m. Out phenomenal Hoo barrel pumper in the Hills Hack of Taft. Rufus e. Fader is president of the company. And will be in charge of drilling. The location is on Section 22. 32-23. 250 feet East of the big Well. Production Here is obtained at 2000 feet on a new Structure which lies outside the former proven urea and apparently runs parallel to the Spellacy Anticline. There Are two Sands the upper yielding 50-barrel Wells of heavier Gravity from about 1500 feet. Not much is known yet about the extent of the Structure in breadth or length. The rocks Are supposed to be steeply folded. Five Mohawk Oil strings Are Busy Mohaw k ii company s drilling department is busier this year than it was last year when developing proven acreage at Mountain View Field and now is second Only to Shell Oil company in amount of new work undertaken. Five strings of tools Are occupied in the Valley. In Fresno county the company has a wll Cut on Section 30. 16-15. At the Bakersfield Airport a Crew is drilling Sci. 11-1. South of this in Fruitvale Field tvo Crewe Are at work on Kol 23-1 and Rel 23-2, in Section 23. At the company s Earl fruit no. I Wildcat North of Arvin Section to 31-29, Oil stained Sand reportedly cored from 5395-5418, has let Een reflected on the san Francisco Stock Exchange by a jump in the quotations of Digiorgio farms which owns the land. Depth now is 5907 feet. Oil agreements ii Young America. $500 in la Ore hew you con Moke Tsway. Hooktdv1, old Foa towed lemonade without ony Evn or him at Lea Tho Tho Cox of other beverage by using canned Lemon juice we ume Lemon Aid Quot y it fou a. Luke Sita Ukini. Standard gasoline a unsurpassed a upwards of $16,000 probably was pledged and it considerable aum in Cash before the burst of generosity ended sergeants at arms circulated Iii the Hall with boxes into which delegates could drop their Bills or checks. Tear an hour with the Coneen ton sitting far into its lunch be i it so the mood to give began to pass and delegates Begall Loving out of the Hall. They Wen hungry. Webster upholds Secretary Lekes i eased u ire 1 july 18 score a $2 word Quot Ilia he used in a new a Zenith a general flee tric a Atwater Kent i Hilco and Arvin Auto radios $39.95 and in installed $29.95 to $750.00 Witham amp Booth 2915 la Drc l of theater building. 2881 school musicians or Rte re la Headquarters for Hool band instruments get our new for a. Oat Ion study. Phillips i sic comp 1512 nineteenth Street chinese herbs relieve chronic ailments of All kind Mal and female troubles. $1.00 per Box Pekin Herb co. 20 years in Bakersfield j17 twentieth Street. Upstate 4 Tori fed pre Washington tary Lekes defined quest Ion a which speech. A Ain t you got no education Quot he playfully demanded in a memo to those who questioned his usage. A i would swear by the Bones of Noah Webster that of there la any aut h word it Means ensnare ment or entrapment. A Dang Good word. I Calls it. Especially if it stumped All you near Phi Beta Kappa Quot Noah Webster big dictionary i Rote Secretary Lek i right though it say the word to to pm Iii in Sot St Nevada City july 18. A in Monte and Merritt Newman pleaded innocent in Suju error court Here to charges of murdering Christian Meyer in u Holdup last january. Trial a aet for september 14. I. K. I Duff it Pioneer District same a. A of a a in Keyes District. A it speck Elizabeth m. In old Black Mountain District. A cum the Johnson it a1 Johnson no. I in Billa Lake District. B. L Mullen it Al Golden Princess in Soledad District. J. A i Luma Independence in Greenhorn District. Kihei m. Standard it a1�?little Johnny. In Southwest Quarter Section r.2. 26-40, Olga e. James it Al Independence in Ila Vita h District. G. A Conroy it Al Jean a in Kev est Iii District. U c. Jones Carolyn and Carolyn Extension. In Rosamond District. Mamie i. Sale Indian no. I Randsburg Fred a. L a Fern Apex nos. I and 2. In Landsburg District. Rolf i. Metier defense no. 2. 3 and 4. In Goler District. R w. Cranston it a1--Bear trap. In unknown District John sales Berv it a1--Butte. Butte nos. 1.28. And Mojave in Soledad District. Evelyn r. Simpson it a1�?radio Metal Detector in Green Mountain District. David h. Boyd it a1�?King David nos. I and 2, in Havilah District. Charles to Ludeler it Al director Extension in Northwest Quarter Section a. B-15 Frederic Nielsen zeus in Mojave 1 Comanche signal ready for production test signal Oil company a shut off has been Okeed by the Oil and Gila at Shennan no. To on Maricopa Flut Section 8. 11-23 and the Well soon will it ready for a production test of approximately too feet of the signal zone of the Brown shale. Top of the Oil was hit at 3243 and 8k Inch casing was cemented. Then the Oil Sand was drilled to 3345 feet. Coming up from los Angeles to watch the Progress of this Well is Harry Godde. The company s chief Petroleum Engineer who formerly was Deputy supervisor for the Stute division of Oil and Gas at Taft and author of several state bulletins. Use Valley wildcats in volcanic formation the Ridge big Al District. Charles Larbig it a1 red Rock it Street. William m. Means it Gold. In Mojave District. Oscar f. La Pelt it a1�?th# Trinity claim in Black Mountain District. Annall. Malkin a three grand in a a Quot eng. Section 23, 32-29, has been diagnosed r our in As a volcanic Rock similar to Diorite. Howard the bit has passed through this according to Field reports and now is drilling in sedimentary Rock con hard Sand and shale at piste Distri Troy Owens enters Oil lease business it Hish Firo do Ith Troy Tun n formerly of the no 1.08 Angeles. July is a. tonal Oil company i now conduct ten year old Jack Edwin James lug a general leasing business Here. Tried to jump aboard a truck for a he is interested in the Pacific be ride he missed his footing the t role urn company undertaking on wheels of the heavy vehicle crushed Section i 2 8-27. As he holds in him to death mediately adjacent acreage. 2452 feet. Farther South on Section 26. 11-19, Ohio of company s Wildcat title insurance no. I is drilling in Basalt at 4550 feet. Operators Are drilling ahead to investigate whether the Rock is a layer underlain with Sand or shale or whether it is basement Rock. Back of this location in the Foothills at the Southeast end of the Valley the outcrops consist of sedimentary Rooks which Are inter lain with flows of Basalt poured out from Soine ancient Volcano. Herman w. Ii. Grau and Francis v. Keesling. Executors of the estate of j. F. Bertha Grau deceased Francis v. Keesling it us. O. K. Grau it us and Anna n. To Lite and Frank a Fth Stulljr trustee file notice of lease to National Oil company of Northwest Quarter of Northeast Quarter Section la 28-27. From tim Standard of company quit claims same. Kendall Thomson company to Willis Anderson a 30-250 of i per cent Oil etc., from Wood Callahan Cowan no. I Well on portion Northeast Quarter Section 30, 30-29, and Wood Callahan Kern county no. I 2 and 3 Wells on portion Northwest Quarter Section 30, 30-29. Cora c. Myers and Gabriel la. State division of Renshaw to same assignment of 15-260 of i per cent same a above. Willis Anderson to Cora c. Myers and Gabrieli la. Renshawe assignment of 9-260 of i per cent same As above. J. D. Ratslaff it us to c. E. dated june 25, 1936 one eighth Royalty a year drilling clause Southeast Quarter of Southwest Quarter Section 32. 29-26. Marguerite Patterson a r buggies it us Frances l. Irwin. Harold ii. Wold Tux to the Mitchell company limited i ease dated june 16. 1936. One eighth royally. 3-year drilling clause South half of Northeast Quarter of Southeast Quarter Section 17. 29-24. Olcese Kramer Flora j. Williams trustee of Dwin la. Williams. Mildred. I. Powers and Florence i. Brown raft i Ify and confirm Oil lease to Shell of j company covering South half of Southwest Quarter Section 27. 2-29, r. L. Peeler it us to William Haz Lett and Edna cd Plummer assign j ment Oil lease As to tort sort Southeast i Quarter Section 17. 25-19, Harold m. Ward to Harold m. Ward it Uxa assignment of 15-260 of i per cent in Wood Callahan Cowan so. I j Well on portion Northeast Quarter Section 3929, and Wood Callahan Kern county Wells Nob. I 2 and 3 on it Ortizi Northwest Quarter Section 30. 30-29. Kendall Thompson company to i Florence a. Yam Ber to assignment 3 95 of i per cent interest in canal j Bloemer no. I Well on portion North West Quarter Section 30. 30-29. Same to Della Matthews same As Alcove As to 2-83 of i per cent. Margaret j. Her tikk to William Wakefield assignment i per cent Oil i Etc from Southwest Quarter of South i West Quarter Section 27 Southeast Quarter South half of Northeast Quarter. East half of Southwest Quarter 1 Southeast Quarter of Northwest Quad j ter. Section 28 East half Southeast j Quarter of Southwest Quarter North half of Southwest Quarter Section 29 i Section 32 South half Northeast quark ter East half of Northwest Quarter j Section 33 West half West half of Southeast Quarter Section 34. Ail in i 11-24. A senator Glass is critical of f. D. R. Associated press leased wire Ashland va., july is. A. P it Carter Glass Virginia 78-year-old democratic senator brought the Patrick Henry Bicentennial Celebration to a Climax with a declare ton that the present administration is a government of privilege and speaking at a gathering on the Campus of historic Randolph Macon College senator Ola a said the pres ent government is such a government As Henry denounced in Virginia s House of burgesses. Henry he said held it to be a improper to take Money of taxpayers of Virginia and appropriate it to pay off mortgages that had been made by Thrift less and unwise Indle a that is just what we Are doing in this country today a Glass said a whether it be due to the mismanagement of Hank managers insurance company managers or the mis managers of businesses or railroads the government s nose is in All sorts of bal Ncnees insane fugitive spreads terror i Niter press leased h ire Sudbury ont., july 18.�?an insane entailed convict wanted for murder spread terror throughout the Northern Ontario Timber coun try today while a posse beat through blazing Forest fires set by the fleeing criminal to cover his path. Provincial Itoline organized one of the Moat extensive manhunt in Canadian history to find John Gra. Who escaped front the Burwash Industrial farm and allegedly murdered Marshall Johnson another escaped convict. Hundreds of other volunteers fought to extinguish the fires Una aet. Police said Grey was aimed and insane. They warned the posse not to take chances. Las Market steady los Angeles july 18. A. the retail gasoline Market in metropolitan los Angeles remained firm during the past 30 Days Only 195 out of 2340 stations having one or More uncoated pumps a Survey showed today. Stations inspected were those handling Only a single wholesalers products. Unmixed Blue shale in Tejon Oil company s Wildcat at Point South of Arvin. Johnson s Firestone Auto Supply and service stores inc. Chester at Twenty fourth Street phone 4060 buy your printing a at Home Quot ii Kern county printers association

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