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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - July 23, 1938, Bakersfield, California The weather san Joaorg in Valley fair tonight and sunday Little Chance in temperature variable wind. Southern California generally fair tonight and sunday but morning fog near coast. Complete report on Tare 8 vol. Xlvi1 12 pages Bakersfield California saturday july 23, 1938 two sections no. 306 a protests a a purge Mem Pill Uvalle one of the greatest passenger transportation Price wars in history of the san Joaquin Valley loomed today when the Santa be Railroad tiled a Strong protest against another rate slash by the Southern Pacific. Posted with the state Railroad commission in Sacramento the protest was against a new $5 rate Between los Angeles and san Francisco with a round trip fare of whether Bakersfield would Ben a fit by the proposed Cut from the present prices of is one Way Anil 1 f i Pound trip was undetermined. The Santa be charged Pacific greyhound bus lines with attempting to Quot initiate a destructive rate War in seeking to reduce fares Between los Angeles and san Francis o. Only three Wek Airn the Santa be wrested Victory Over its rival i when a hard fought two year struggle culminated in establishing a new rail and bos service Between California s two main cities with Bak-.1 As the huh. The big guns of both sides battled of years in before Santa be won and hacked the rate Over $3. Grey j mind bus lines usually aligned with in Southern Pacific declared the tes were too Low to make a profit but suddenly last thursday the Imp any flied its application for the xxx rates. Further fuel xxx Shear de i the Barms by its request for an Igen it Quot ruling a a that the cd. If granted would take effect new incident intensifies russian japanese crisis 14 drown As floods ravage if comes sen. Walter f. George the new heal does t like him new Deal Pires poems a a Friend _ i in it re press leased wire senator George of Georgia can Saha i exas. July 23. C. . O a emergency flood Relief committee today appealed to opponent of court Hill hares a politics Ersyl travel booming the next move la up to the rail a j commission. Santa be refused o answer a query of it planned to indecent the Southern Pacific Price. Nit it was assumed that the a t it s. F. Would meet the situation at a a i us a Anta alter f whom Ratlae i the Hon has a Yea r. Protea Cocke form nut to Jaiem he a is Lien. X Catel a Day in a ire for the Pendl Ture co no in Imp the a Fet i in i a i Friend in to Chara cd. To. Graph s Cocke de a or a ecu the do erne k Rency cd of is treated to a. July 23 or the a Rati d it Pun i. Merely Octal who him. Had a he Nan and said a teat to locators n 1st t a a this Erie of the had in exit Ion de g that the guided states army and to the coast guard to take charge of earing for refugees in the worst flood in the history of the san Saba Valley. At least 14 persons were believed already to have been drowned by the sweeping Advance of the normally Placid stocks spin upward to new highs \ san Iha River. 14 persons. Been n lies of it n had inn led the he had veil in Dich River i Aln to have the night. He town i City water the re was believed to have co mexican Fame age atop a barn a said was almost swept away Dur and pm water 1 to the put to listed the aides de Bakersfield booming the increase to the ii in Wasi Blan i it Hiest Ion George la a candidate flt lion in the >emocrat1c temper 14. In the last joined with Sena tto med Smith of nary. Tress i. I. And senator Millard k when the application was made the Santa d company immediately filed a protest with the commission. Officials said that arguments presented by Gre it hound in protesting a slash in fare made by the Santa a with the inauguration of rail bus transportation Between the two cities would be used to fight the urn nun e. Of that time Tho greyhound carried its protest to the state supreme court declaring that the present rate a of one and one half cents j or mile not univ would make it impossible to make n profit but would be confiscatory. Forcing the company into rec Tivet ship. Two near f ight this latest move on the part of the greyhound follow Quot closely after the a ginning of the Rall bus service on thi Santa be lines permission for which was granted by the Railroad commission Only after a bitter two year fight. Thea service began july l before the service was inaugurated the Santa be had no in from Bakersfield to la Angeles the service reduced their fare from Bakersfield to san Francisco from a 1 it to i a for round trip and from $6.09 to it 32 for one Way the greyhound bus rates were Cut at the same time to the one and one it half cent level which made the f ire from Bakersfield to los Angeles Fis one Way and ?l05 round trip. This was compared to the old rate of $2 no one Way and ?3 to round trip. Near on rates observer a agreed that the filing of the latest application for lower rates was the second phase of i to rate War which was predicted when tin Santa be won its two year fight for the through service at the new one and one half cent rate. Women of Pacific defer labor fight Angeles july 23.�?-direr, tors of the women of Ute Pacific today postponed until 1940 an attempt to put on the ballot an initiative measure for state supervision of labor unions. My pre d. Ii Filiti the Carolina. Tydings of i in phase Eft lid. Ail much to of life and property of fired a he said Hope virtually had it Een a an <1 on cd for the it landed Mea Ani Ruer still rising a Cern run Leat tons hire sex rpt a exp Mort Chabr the re mall veil s program s charge brought in Ness from the Cam re committee. A d. Sheppard. Said the commit Mon As invisible i n. Smittee had sent Ane questionnaire ask i buttons and expend Itu pain and whether ther a Phi in i Texas. To evidence r in the a be George Cej Ved Cor a pent 11 4 Quot i cite eral office moved or use a dlr trip a f Fede by. I that he ions of Jin id Remarke one a Jiff Georgia has a out his any nil m. W its Pich the gift Rel trussed i checking j that it w or in a a p r the in h to had been n asked the the Appeal of army and to Iblis her who it Rise in the advancing at our and that gain would where 3000 i. Quot sometime Hoover to Challenge Roosevelt s proposals Bohemian Grove alif., july 23. U. Pm former president Hoo Lver told the United press today that he would make three or four Republican Campaign addresses this fall to Challenge some of president r Roosevelt a a recent statements and proposals. A in response to requests from More than 600 organizations and or. Hoover said a i have agreed to discuss National problems in three or four addresses during the fall. Quot i shall Challenge some of or. Roosevelt s recent statements and proposals. Begin in fall a the address will begin at Kansas City in september. Other cities have not vet been or. Hoover Here attending the Bohemian club world famous annual Encampment said the requests had reached him in increasing numbers during the last two months from Kepu Lioan organizations. Particularly Young menus organizations and civic groups All Over tile country. The former presidents statement followed disclosure yesterday that he contemplated a series of speeches starting september at the invitation of rank and file Republican groups anxious to unify and strengthen the party a congressional election fight. Visit Montana or. Hoover also disclosed he had been invited by Montana Republican leaders to Confer with them at West Yellowstone August 6 and that he had accepted. A i was going to Yellowstone a or Hoover said. Quot Montana Republican leaders heard of the trip and asked if i would meet with them. I told them i would be de i lighted a a a us of la tee of or. Hoover said his Kansas City speech would be in response to a joint invitation by a group of Republican clubs in Kansas and Missouri. Associates also said that while the addresses Mav be defies japanese had had Tely 3 i ight a a dutch la a the n be ret that he prop amplify ing George said Llu f of Earle it National emerge Assumption of Irlvy Ite s his i had a a eke. By r the it a of or. C in i woman formerly largest in the a Tat Ion Kwh x blk. July 23. I. Pay the Stock Market Rose to a new High since october 7. 1937, in the Industrial average in a rousing last half hour spurt. Trading picked up sharply on the Rise until tickers fell far behind. The last quote appeared la minutes after the closing Gong had sounded. Sale in the first hour were Light at 780.sh# shares against 330,imm shares in the corresponding period last saturday. The spurt raised the second hour total to Nho too against 300,000 shares last saturday in the second \ big demand for motor shares turned on the Green Light for the Forward push. A ulcerations from Trade Force the country May face a new ear shortage late in the year if rec ent sales improvement continues seemed to excite speculation in automobile stocks. General motors in heat trading was whirled up nearly St to $43.50. The highest quoted tins year. Chrysler spurted $1.37 to $73.75. Expectations of a further Rise in steel production next week helped the Industry a stocks fall in line on the Ach Anre. I. S. Steel jumped Sam to $67.37, duplicating the pre Xinu Peak of the summer Hull Market and Bethlehem closed $1.75 higher at $65.1?. Many other Sti Clos were up $1 to $3 at the finish after a slow Start which prolonged the Uncertain move ment of the preceding two sessions. Kampha sizing the recover it urge in the Market place was a further Advance in Railroad Bonds the storm Center of the Early Spring Selling. Leading business barometers so far in july line recorded the sharpest gains since Industry hit the decline late last summer following a Long expansion from the 1937 1933 Depths United of is leased wire pot m Enay b. Cd a july 23. L four Hundred residents of Hevan prepared to evacuate of today As authorities warned v that a Forest fire which already had burned through 130 Square Miles of Timberland would reach the town within is hours. The towns of Courtenay and Cumberland also were in the path of the fire. A train of empty freight cars was sent to Bevan to carry out the residents and their belongings. Fire fighters escorted 50 families to safety from the Community of Black Creek. Driven by a High wind the flames swept Down on farm buildings and residences in this area leaving a Black Trail of ruin in its Wake. Camp three of the Comax lumber company was abandoned to the fire j Crews prix in bark the fire. Which Forest officers said was the worst Ever known had de strayed millions of dollars Worth of standing and Cut Timber and farm and town property. More than 1000 men were engaged in fighting it. But the Crews were driven Back constantly As the flames leaped fire i Trines and Quot crowned burning i through the tops of Trees racing j ahead faster than men could run. The Roar of the flames was heard j four Miles ahead of the fire and sounded like a great Waterfall. Fire fighters on two fronts Shan to Lee Maxim Litvinov the russian Bear is winning i see adjoining column is discovered Safe regarded As an Independent Montri done.1 direct fighting and moved hut Ion by the former president to ahead wetting Down fishing and log off reman was a Coo food no Page firm must Aid a a fired workers Norb vyv Ashi Noton. July �?T3 the National 1-Al.r it Hoard in a precede ing held today thai discharging worker activities was liable a. R it ution Bing rub company in Union a no i pm it said it for la. Alisma. Let other place. They i lense which Thev i Vork in Call Wisiana and incurred sex would not they incurred in Hunting new Ork. The ruling was made in an order against the Crossett lumber co. Crosett. Ark the order directed the company to reinstate with Back pay 34 workers who the Liard said Wert discharged for Union activity some As Dong ago As april. 1935. The order called for the payment of Back pay less net earnings. During the period of discharge Quot Many discharged workers falling to find work at Crossett or nearby Quot the Board non ounce Havo had if they had continued to work for the Crossett com Parn and had not been forced by unfair labor practices to leave their Homes. Quot to the extent that these expenses diminished the employ yes earnings the Board ruled that such earnings shall not be deducted in computing the loss of the Liard reported that espionage blacklisting an unsuccessful strike and discharge of Union members reduced both Tho morale and membership of Tho Crossett local of the United brotherhood of carpenters a f of la eight months after it was chartered in my. Index to advertisers a How i till co. I a it in it Kim cd Chi. Am a tit to Honing. A clix the Vuu i Stix it i to St Hooi. Baki ref i i la ii Xuy it Xuy i Hsi til ii Mimori i. Pm Bah Kham. Ill x it ii in ii xxi Moo in it i t it r eth xxx. I xxx is ii it x or t Hilt of. 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It set aside a National labor relations Board order finding the fan steel corporation guilty of unfair labor practices and directing the reinstatement of 92 men discharged february 17, 1937. When they occupied the company a North Chicago Plant. Relief xxx a expressed in informed Washington Quarter that Lite Hoard would Appeal. Charles Calix general counsel for the Nike. Commented Quot the reasoning of the Board was Correct that of the majority of the court was Leonard c. A Jock regional director of Tho Board also took Issue with the court s findings. Van a. Bittner regional director of Tho Tori workers organizing committee said he expected the government Quot will amply take euro of the situation Quot the workers status at the time they occupied the Plant As strikers was the principal Issue. The court majority judges will m Sparks and Walter. Lindl held the worker lost their status As employees when tin company discharged them and lie Nee Quot there was no longer a majority of petitioners employees who xxx Ere members of the Union which sought collective bargaining rights. A it is urged by the Board that the commission of a crime by strikers does not preclude their right to lit gain with Petitioner a the majority opinion said Quot this we admit provided they still Nee employees and represent a majority of nil. Quot what we held is that there was just cause for discharge it was exercised and who have not hem Are not employees and were not at the time of tile findings and order of the in a dissenting opinion judge w liter e. Trenton contended the strikers remained employees for the duration of the strike. He also said illegal acts by employees did not give the a right to Gunlaw full Del file Aker Board. The courts majority said Quot it cannot be denied that an employer is warranted in discharging i employees. And severing that relationship when they take and retain exclusive Possession of his property against his xviii a Gehm Vns Drw \ Quot i of Al in july 23, v Ivy a Germany today earned the right to meet Yugoslavia in the final round of european zone Dux is cup Competition As i Tenner Henkel and Georg von Meta a whipped the French doubles team of a von Beira and Jean Lesueur. 4-6. 6-1. 7-6, 10-s. 61. The Victory game Cor Manx a 3-9 Lead xxx till unix two singles left to play. Ned or m Al Klosk Winner he ago. Jill 23. To Bana ibis Sharpe Kilmer a Ned Ayr Xmas a Surprise Winner of the 630.-000 added Arlington classic defeating the highly rated stagehand and ii Nowat Arlington bark today. Calumet farms Bull Lea finished second with t. It. Martins ural at thin. Stagehand the favorite Iii the eight horse Field of 3-year-Olds, failed to reach Contention in the mile and a Quarter test until the final Furlong where he closed fast and finished fourth. I Gosi. A i a a ins Uri . Belgium. July 23. I bad Hugo slam in rounded out a clean sweep of its european zone Semi final Davis cup Tennis series against Belgium today. Yugoslavia which clinched the series 3-0 yesterday rounded out a shutout x in tory in today concluding singles. Era to to bungee Defeated Amire Lacroix. 6 1. 6 1, 6 2, and Josip Ballad. Defeated Jacques Van Den exude 6-3, 63, 6-1. Yugoslavia meets Germany Iii the zone finals. M a tag riot feared Nena ton. Iowa. July 23. A a tile Iona National guard doubled its military patrols on Nexton streets and placed machine guns at the Corner of the closed Maytag xxx Ashing machine Plant today. Major a Ilia re j Alite declared hoax Ever. That the guard had Quot simply altered its plans Quot Soi Nexhat after surveying the situation during the last three Days Ami is Quot not anticipating Quot any move to Rush the Plant. Iti ree by ors Khz i de Bragi a Reeh Slovakia. July 23. I a. Bad three army air planes collided Oxer Slovakia today. Tun pilots Yvere killed and the third is called by Parachute. Another army plane crashed in flame in Bohemia and the Pilot was killed. The Republican Campaign they fitted in with the general Republican Strat friends said or Hoover might select up state new York or connect i Cut for i Soond address the Middle West for the third and California for a possible fourth and final one. Analysis of new Deal air. His ver announced he intention of participating in the Republican congressional Campaign some months ago. Ile made his first address when he entered into the Cam i pain in i Home District. At a san Jose. Calif., meeting inaugurating the Campaign of John z. Anderson san Juan rancher and Republican Leader or. Hoover urged the defeat of new Deal rubber Stamps. Republican leaders said they expected or. Hoover forthcoming addresses xviii follow the general pattern of the Republican Campaign and will continue his analysis of new Ileal economic policies and politics. A. V. L. Group wants v. D. R. To run again i Niff j press l eased wire Daytona Beach. Fla. July 23 the Central Libor Union representing 900 american federation of lax a r members today started a Campaign among fellow members to urge president xxv Rovelt to run for a third term. The Union approved the Resolution unanimously lust nigh was to first enlist ail too fed Era Tion me in tier in Florida and then All Central labor councils in the country. A Resolution in the form of a petition requesting or. Roosevelt to seek re election xviii be signed by Union members and copies will lie sent to the president and the National democratic executive committee Pearl White illness in France alarming new Mexico state policeman finds lost three in lava country Ging Camp buildings in an attempt to save them. Towns in fiery Bath Courtenay residents were warned to be ready to leave their Homes. The Coal mining towns of be Van and Cumberland Lay in the path of the advancing flames. Headquarter of Comax lumber company were deserted As the fire licked Well into 40.900.000 feet of Cut i is valued at More than $200,000. The logs Lay along Caribou Creek directly ahead of the fire was an other 30."o too f. It of felled and bucked Timber which officials said there was no Hope of saving. The fire split at the Headquarters one Branch moving toward Courtenay and another toward the forbidden plateau Scenic country frequented by vacation lists. It had been closed to campers and tourist. Pilot. 2 passengers killed in air crash ass ousted pres leased wire Woodbridge. Conn. July 23 a United states Navy bombing plane fix Blind in a driving rainstorm crashed Here today killing the Pilot and two passengers. Officials at Floyd Bennett Field n. A. Whore the ship took off at i. P. In. Identified the men As lieutenant j. F. Mcdonough of Boston. Mass. Nor Grade w. J. J Rester mass j. Batch of bos .4f�ockitfd of Ess leased Vav irs Grants n. A. July 23.�?three Kentucky women tourists missing since tuesday in the rugged lava badlands Southwest of Grants were found alive and apparently Well shortly before noon today. Word of the discovery was brought by state policeman Kenneth Mccullough. Xxx to sped to the tiny lumber Camp of Paxton sprints to Telephone the news As soon As searchers sighted the women. The three were miss Irene pied Lue 45. Home demonstration agent for Clark county. Ken. Her sister. Miss Laura Piedalue 47, new York welfare worker and miss Marie Antoinette. Del floret French instructor of the University of Kentucky. Mccullough said the three were found Only about 3 Miles West tit the perpetual ice caves where their automobile had been aban died since tuesday. They had wandered away into the desolate lava country surrounding the Cates and had become lost. Mccullough said the fact they travelled Only 3 Miles in four Days Moscow july 23.�?a new a Border incident Between soviet Russia and Manchukuo j was reported today in dispatches from Khabarovsk Siberia. Tile dispatches said six Manchu Kuan soldiers violated the Frontier and landed on the soviet Island of Fain nov from two motor boats firing on a passing soviet Cutter. All six were captured and two wounded. A Light machine gun five japanese rifles a Mauser pistol Mer than 1000 cartridges and other Arm were seized the dispatches said. Meanwhile trouble arose in the West when Russia protested to Boland against Quot intolerable police repression of russian embassy and diplomatic official at Warsaw. The protesting note asserted that embassy employees in those possessing diplomatic passport were kept under police surveillance and that some were taken to police stations and required to sign depositions. Shadow russian embassy employees a Ere shadowed visitors to the embassy and servant were arrested it was asserted and i mail and newspaper deliveries to the representative of the official tass 1 news Agency were forbidden. It was indicated that the government Xmas becoming increasingly resentful of what it believed to be unauthorized interference with russian diplomatic envoy abroad. Foreign commissar Maxim Litvinov in rejecting a demand by japanese ambassador Mamoru Shige Mitsu that russian troops evacuate i a disputed Hill on the Kiberu Manchukuo Korea Frontier took occasion i to protest against police inactivity i w Hen japanese demonstrators tried to invade the embassy at Tokio. Litvinov charged that on july 19 japanese Quot invaded the Tokio embassy and distributed pre vocational hand Bills. Cite new Alap a although usually no person can enter the embassy Xvi Hout being stopped by the considerable police j Force on duty there a Litvinov said Quot the latter made no attempt to prevent the incursion of the band into the As regards the Frontier incident russian authorities made it known that they had found new maps of the disputed area. Russia had cited maps attached to a treaty of 1569 in support of its claim to the disputed Hill. Now it was said a copy had been found of an i so map which Japan herself cited. This map. It Vaa asserted. Showed the Hill to be even i farther inside Siberia than did the 1869 map. Hence it was argued. Russia made some concessions in the 1869 treaty but the Hill still was i plainly russian. Japan Al armed by russian concentration Tokio july 23. U. P a a newspapers reported today that Russia Xmas indicated they had kept their Heads continually increasing its forces in and had not exhausted themselves by fruitless struggling through the Needle Sharp lava formation. He said go i shape 1. Tenant the plan Drumtra of aviation c i. U. S. N the neighbourhood of the Hill on the Siberia Munch Yukuo Korea Frontier which has caused the latest Dan hey appeared to be in Cerous japanese russian incident. Some dispatches expressed the j opinion that the russians might withdraw within a few Days asja sports flashes pan Demark pessimistic part it of j. Associated press Tsviri Baris. July 2 3�?pearl White blonde daredevil Star of the old eight silent movie serials Vaa reported to members Day in an alarming condition at the american Hospital. Physicians to the 49-year-old actress gravely ill of a liver ailment said she had taken a turn for the worse overnight. They said she showed increasing signs of weakness and fatigue. In retirement from films. Miss White has lived in recent years at her town House Here and her country chateau at Gazer an near Rambouillet outside Baris. Man convicted of renting to Gambler Nard press leased Xiv or Long reach. July 23 eld j. Amar president of the los Angeles Harbor commission was convicted of the felony charge of renting his san Pedro building for gambling purposes in a verdict returned by a Superior court jury Early today. Sentence was set for wednesday morning. Amur s counsel said lie xviii ask probation. The defense had branded the prosecution in an attempt to Embarrass mayor Shaw s administration. 2 yanks 12 others die in air crash it niff3 press leased Tret Warsaw july 23�?the lot air company said today that two american physicians were killed yesterday in the crash of a lot company air liner near St ill Pica. Houma Ilia one of the americans was described is Lemuel Caro of new Rochells n. Y. And the other one As Guys address unknown ther passengers and four if the Crew were killed. A Onmi let morn on snort race boxing to it Talent it is stricken with pneumonia and fight is cancelled. Will Rivers end phenomenal winning Streak of Mac key hero baseball six teams meet in county league games sunday. Exhibition tilts Are set for night Diamond. It a entitling k raws a s two new a world records at Santa Barbara meet. Night Ball y trim xxx Ltd a time game Here before 2009 fans. Pipe Ful a Bass in Kern River i Kje eau on a a a it but others were mom particularly because a inese and Manchu Kuan in us Dot to Page two to in tre the morning summer specials on the la. S. Gunboat imperilled As Japan bombards Kiu Kiang local store Page next monday Cha Noh at july 23. U pm s american Navy auth t its Learned today that the United y hah s gun boat Mono Cacy crowded wit i h Navy men and american Civ hum s. Had been in acute danger do ing a Jap a air plane bombardment or pm Kung on the Yangtze re or. Japanese troops and Blue tickets Are driving up the Yang t be toward Kiu Kiang in face of a so inborn Cili Nese defense. Farther up the River not Xvi action is impossible because of the mines which the chinese have sir own to Block japanese warships. Japanese planes raided Kluk lung. Just above their advanced i Unes yesterday. Crowded aboard tile Moi Mcacy. In addition to it Ere xxx of about by officers and men xxx Ere a number of american civilians xxx to had sought the Protection of the american Flag there rather than ashore at Hie Standard Oil of Manx Plant xxx Here others xxx Ere staying. During the japanese raid bombs began falling perilously close to the gunboat. At that moment the ship radio failed. It Xmas impossible to communicate xxx do japanese authorities to xxx Arn them of the danger to the gunboat. The failure was similar to the it of the radio on the United states gunboat i a Panay when japanese air planes Sank it last ivc Ember Between banking and Kiu Kiang. Americans in the Standard of Plant it was Learned have gathered cows and pigs because a food shortage is feared. There Are numerous chickens aboard the Mono Cacy. Japan s attack on Kiu Kiang was intensifying dispatches showed but 25 advertisers him be were n Lins stoutly

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