Bakersfield Californian Newspaper Archives Jun 23 1930, Page 1

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Bakersfield, California Last edition last edition the great newspaper of the Southern san Joaquin Valley vol. A 16 pages monday june 23, Rah 16 pages no. 280asx Colorado water injunction amp amp St Loudoun to pro roup angry mob threatens violence at Juarez As citizens Mexico officers fear for i. S. Man who slew Saloon Wailer Leader of labor Union intervenes Federal soldiers guard1 i ii where prisoner is confined opening gun in rum War to be fired United pres leased wire Washington june 23.�?prep, rations for the most extensive Effort of the last decade to obtain effective prohibition enforcement were virtually Complete today. Only approval by attorney Gen eral Mitchell of regulations cover. Ing Industrial alcohol permits the re division of the country s prohibition districts and a few other administrative changes remained before Transfer of enforcement from the Treasury to the Justice department on july 1. Selection of the Justice depart ment prohibition director was understood today to have narrowed to less than half dozen names including Howard Jones special assistant attorney general. Attorney Mitchell is expected to announce names of the new director and his personnel this week. It is believed he also will make Public the new alcohol regulations and other innovations. Vote stands 16 to 4 after several weeks of bitter conflicts n. I. Maniac re be soon Melville Post famous writer deaths victim youngster will receive name of flying acc or Grandfather pick Birthplace of Anne Morrow United press leased wire to a rez. Mexico. June 23.�?mex-�?� lean Federal troops today kept close guard Over j. I. A Jeff Quot moors. A american held in Tho Juarez jail on the charge of slaying Antonio Viacom ten. A Walter in a Juarez Saloon. Precautions to protect Meers against possible mob violence were increased after several Hundred residents of Juarez participated in a demonstration sunday demanding the death penalty for the american. Roque Romero a Juarez labor Union Leader averted violence when he pleaded with tile mob which was led by Acnes of the to it. It. M., a labor organization to let the Law take its course. Police and Romero restrained the parades from marching to the american consulate and to the Home of Miguel Garza a lawyer defending i errs. Banners condemning Garza were borne by the crowd. Meers shot Al Contin Iii a Juarez Saloon when he mistook the waiter for Antonio Villereal refugee in Juarez Moo 1923, when he was indicted for sin ing Meers father in an Al paso Liny Roll Holdup. Prince of Wales is 36 years olo my to tinted press wire Konx j x. June 23.�?Tho Prince of Wales Britain s Bachelor heir celebrated his thirty sixth birthday quietly. Ile spent the morning at his country residence. Fort Belvedere and in the afternoon he drove to Buckingham Palace to meet King George and Queen Mary who arrived from Windsor to Canvey their congratulations with those of other members of Tho Royal family. A steady Stream of messages and telegrams of congratulation arrived at York House from All parts of Tho Empire and Many foreign countries the Prince spending a Long time perusing them. In connection with the Princess birthday it was announced that he is acquiring a new air plane which is described As a real limousine of the air. I it is a pc Haviland fuss Moth with a totally enclosed Cabin which will enable his Royal highness to travel with j out wearing a flying kit. Hitherto the Prince has used Only open air planes and was obliged to Don other clothes when arriving at an Ai drome for some function often in full View of hundreds of people. In the new machine he will be Able to travel if necessary in morning clothes. Baseball results unofficial weight Given As seven and three quarters pounds National league a tit ago Jun. 22.�?the cubs enjoyed a hitting Field Day at the expense of Philadelphia today banging out 24 Safe blows to win the series Ope Ner 21 to 8. Hack Wilson hit his Twenty second Home run of the season in the first inning. At Chicago r. H. E. Philadelphia. 8 12 8 Chicago .21 24 0 batteries Willoughby Speece and Davis Bush and Hartnett. Pittsburg june 23.�?-Twenty eight lists ring off the Robins hats today As Brooklyn Defeated the Pittsburg pirates 19 to 6. At Pittsburgh it. Ii. E. Brooklyn .19 28 i Pittsburg. Ii to 2 batteries Elliott and Kopez Pici Nich mein. Chagnon and Hemsley. Cincinnati. June 23.�?Bill Walker kept Cincinnati a six hits Well scattered and the giants Defeated the reds 3 to 0. At Cincinnati r. La. E. New York. 3 7 0 Cincinnati. 0 6 i batteries Walker and Hogan Kolp sixty and Sukeforth. American league associated press leased wire Washington june 23.�?the senators took the first game of today a double header with the indians by hitting when hits meant runs. Tho score was 9 to a. First game at Washington it. La. E. Cleveland. 5 12 i Washington. 9 13 1 batteries Miller Beane and Matt Crowder and Spencer. Second game at Washington Roll. 13. Cleveland. 2 7 0 Washington. 3 9 2 batteries Laudlin and Myatt mar Berry and Ruel. I United 1�?~ress leased wire Tanglewood. N. A. June 23.�? Tho world s most famous baby 1 weighs seven and three Quarter pounds has Blue eyes Cury hair and. As yet Only one name Lindbergh. The son who was born yesterday afternoon to col. And mrs. Charles a. Lindbergh May get two mer6 names today. When the christening is Over he is Likely to be known to the world either As Charles Augustus la Debergh jr., or Dwight Morrow Lindbergh the latter in Honor of his Grandfather. Mrs. Anne Morrow Lindbergh gave birth to the child at 3 15 p. In. Yesterday her Twenty fourth birthday in the Morrow Home Here a White House on a Hill where she herself was born. One Wing of the mansion had been converted into a Hospital where the nurse a and two specialists who attended mrs. Lindbergh found every facility available. A doing nicely today mrs. Lindbergh and the child were reported to be a doing Seldom has the birth of a child been surrounded by such secrecy. Reporters who waited at the Gate of the Morrow Home were unaware of the arrival of the boy until More than two hours after the event. Inside the Home however the news was being broadcast. A Quot Friend of the family called the United Presa and gave the news refusing however to Supply anything except the fact that the child was a boy that it had been born at .7 15 p. In., and that it weighed something More than seven pounds. Dwight w. Morrow mrs. Lind Bergh s father who went through his successful Campaign for the item Hubli i nit re press leased wire Clarksburg w. Va., june 23.�? Melville Davison Post Well known writer of fiction died in Clarksburg Hospital today after an illness of two weeks. He was 59 years old. Post who by profession wa3 a lawyer wrote a the strange schemes of Randolph Mason a his first full length Book in 1896. Most of his work were crime mystery stories. Four killed As late bulletin Washington june 23. A. Pm the London naval treaty was Laid before the Senate today by chairman Borah of the foreign relations committee. Interrupting i debate on the veterans Relief measure the idahoans submitted i the pact merely with the notice i that he was reporting a Resolution from the committee. United press leased wire Washington. June 23. A the a London naval treaty moved a step nearer ratification today when the Senate foreign relations committee voted a favourable report on the document. The vote was i to to 4 for the treaty. Today a vote ended a six weeks fight by a handful of committee opponents who sought to forestall favourable action. The treaty now May be formally reported to the Senate at any time to await the extra session at which it will be considered. Senator Johnson. California Moses new Hampshire and Robinson. Indiana All republicans and shop Stead. Farmer labor Minnesota voted i against the favourable report. To report action i thai smart Borah announced he expected to report the committees action to the Senate today in the form of a Resolution in favor of ratification. Associated press wire to said there would be two or per 1 Absecon n. A. June 23.�?mayor map More minority reports explain in few Days a numerical slavery out to kill possessor of document Smith plans afro uni . Vol Dull flight soon saturday is set As murder Date mayor of Atlantic City and three others victims of fast express police redouble Effort to capture unknown gun wielder continued on Page ten gasoline Price War Anthony m. Ruffu jr., of Atlantic City and hire1 other persons were killed today when an automobile was struck by a Shore bound Philadelphia Atlantic City express on a Grade crossing Here. Ruffu who was 52, was identified by papers in his pocket. The other dead Are John Wiley 52, his wife Lillian 40, of Ventnor and Margaret c. Siracusa 37, of Ventnor. The automobile. Mayor Ruffu s car was struck Aqua rely in the Center by the South bound Pennsylvania Railroad train. The wreckage was strewn Over the tracks for More than too Yards and the bodies so mangled that identification was almost impossible. So terrific was the crash that the engine of the flyer was disabled and it was necessary to Send another engine from Atlantic City to draw tile train into tile station. Assemblyman Anthony j. Siracusa of Atlantic City Nephew of mayor Ruffuss whose sister in Law died in the crash was at first believed one of the victims. Mayor Ruffu reputed to be extremely wealthy was a powerful figure at the Shore resort where there have been several efforts to oust him. He had just finished a Short rest he took after being acquitted by the Atlantic county Petiti jury recently of charges of illegal practices in connection with the placing of the municipal insurance. Hits Homer new York june 23. U. Pm i babe Ruth hit his Twenty fourth Home run of the season in the second inning of the first game of today a double header Between Tho tit. Louis Browns and the new York Yankees. The weather \ shoe Inlet press eased wire san Francisco Bay Region fair and mild with fog tonight and tuesday. Moderate Westerly winds. Northern California a fair tonight and tuesday with fog along the coast Normal temperature. Moderate Northwest winds on the coast. Sierra Nevada fair and mild tonight and tuesday. Gentle variable winds. Sacramento and san Joaquin valleys fair and mild tonight and tuesday. Gentle variable winds. Santa Clara valleys fair and mild tonight and tuesday with fog tonight. Moderate Northwest winds. Southern California a fair tonight and tuesday with fog near the coast tonight Normal temperature. Moderate West winds on the coast. Philadelphia. June 23.�?the Philadelphia athletics took both games of the double header with the Chi Cago White sox today. The a a won the first game 2 to i and the second i it to 9. Jolley and Simmons hit two Home runs each in the second game while Foxx Cochrane and Haas had one apiece. First game at Philadelphia r. Ii. E. Chicago. 1 5 1 Philadelphia. 2 8 0 batteries Faber and Berg Grove and Cochrane. Second game at Philadelphia Chicago. Philadelphia. Batteries Henry Thomas Welland and Tate Mahaffey and Cochrane. R. H. In. 9 to 0 .17 20 2 new York june 23.�?the new York Yankees pounded out a 15-to-0 Victory Over Hie St. Louis Browns in the first same of today a double header. Johnson held the Browns to four hits while babe Ruth connected with his Twenty fourth Home run of the season. First game at new York r. Ii. E. St. Louis. 0 4 0 new York .13 is 3 batteries Kimsey Stiles and Man Ion Johnson and Dickey. I nit ii press leased wire san Francisco june 23.�?motorists could buy gasoline in san fran Eiso and the Bay area today for a variety of prices. Approximately half the deals in Standard brands were holding As Best they could to the 17 cent Price established some Days ago when a a War suddenly broke out and resulted in the disappearance of the 20 Cern signs which were uniform throughout the i City. In the Mission District of the City however the prevailing Price was 15 cents for ail brands. Some dealers in this area were Selling for 14 cents and one garage went j to 13 cents. Filling station operators generally agreed that the City wide level would probably Tumble to 15 cents because1 of the land office business being done in the Mission due to that districts Price differential. Tho unusual variation in prices on til part of tile retailers has the Sanction of the Oil companies themselves some filling station men said. Last minute news United press leased wire Yew York june 23 a while Polico were investigating several reports that �?o3x,�?� the maniac murderer had been seen the self styled a Man behind the gun map geared to have selected another victim today and the mass of clues at hand became More confused than Ever. The third Man a marked a unless he returned an Quot important document a Meyer Newmark of 1115 East thirteenth Street Brooklyn received a letter warning him. Making the score to Date two murders and nine letters. If the latest missive actually is from the same Man who wrote the others he changed his murder plans Over the week end after checking his list of Quot important International reprieves several saturday �?T�?T3x�?� informed the newspapers in a a a final note that the two murders he had committed and tile warnings published had put fear into the hearts of those a holding out on him. Allowing him to a a reprieve the persons marked for death. He said lie had nothing left to do but mount his speedy monoplane and take off on a nonstop flight for the russian Headquarters of Tho red Diamond society of which he was the avenging hand. Now it seems Newmark has document a a. J. 4-3-44.�?� and head better return it any morning Between now # and saturday or suffer the Conse Hurt in n. Y. Park a a a a a a a it a a a in a meanwhile police received several reports that the murderer of Noel Sowley and Joseph Myzinski had been seen. Slayer seen dispatches from Lancaster pa., said that a Man giving his name As Dewey be told police if that City that he had bunked in a Culvert near Coatesville with a Man who said he was a the 3-x Mark b. Brown told of being accosted by a woman while picnicking near Jamaica i. I., and of seeing ing that All senators voting against the treaty reserved the right to submit their views. Johnson said his minority report was not ready. It will be directed against the treaty As a whole. Ship Stead explained he has prepared a minority report objecting to consideration of the treaty until president Hoover permits the Senate to have All the related papers. Action incomplete. Borah said the question of some of the secret documents was not closed. He referred to the papers supplied the committee by Secretary of state Stimson which the Secretary said in a letter saturday could not be made Public. Borah said the committee might decide to make those papers Public. A i hardly think it would to practicable a he declared Quot to consider the treaty at this session but it makes no difference to to because i must be Here whether we consider it now Olin a special with the treaty properly disposed of Borah said the committee would meet later to decide whether to publish documents in his Possession he said no reservations to the treaty were offered today. Issue rated press wire Dublin june 23.�?captain Charles Kingsford Smith the australian aviator plans to take off from the port Marnock runway for his flight to the United states about 5 of clock tomorrow morning Midnight monday e. S. To. Captain Kingsford Smith has been waiting Here for More than two weeks but has postponed his attempt repeatedly because of bad weather somewhere Over the Atlantic Ocean. At first he planned to take off from Curranh where there is a Long runway but later he chose port Marnock for its even longer runway and considered that he thus could take a greater Load of fuel and be assured of getting off the ground. The australian arranged to take the Southern Cross to port Marnock before darkness fell. When the Start is made civic guards and soldiers will line the Long runway. The Irish wireless society has arranged to listen in through the flight and will Issue bulletins of the Progress of the Southern Cross. Suspect hunted in Lingle probe Ian Henchman branded As a potential murderer Quot is being sought Aid Ciu of i. A. Aimed dispute suit filed in District court by group of Arizona units carrying out of contracts scored action outgrowth of big Battle against plan for Boulder dam Ruth elder Camp is new York. June 23.�?mrs. Ruth elder Gamp was injured when she was thrown from a horse in Central Park it was revealed today. The girl who flew part Way across the Atlantic and subsequently appeared in motion pictures suffered injuries to her Back and hand. She is the wife of Walter Camp or. Akron Ohio. June 23. U. Pm an explosion at the Hudson fireworks company near Here this afternoon killed one Man and destroyed three buildings of the Plant. The victim was James simile. Kent. Alhambra Calif. June 23. A. Pm two children died today a third was critically ill. And the Mother of All. Mrs. Louise Proctor. To of san Gabriel was in a serious condition As the result of an unidentified poisoning. Oslo. Norway june 23. U. Pm the norwegian sealer William Booth was wrecked with a loss of l l lives off the coast of Greenland advices today said. The ship was a total loss in the ice. Jacksonville fla., june 23. U. Pm Harman Warr a dry informer who killed j. R. Sandegren alleged Bootlegger Here last week Mas freed by a Coroner s jury today on a plea of self defense. I trousers under the a a woman so dress. The 2000 policemen searching for the murderer were consequently notified he might be disguised As a woman. Jury selected for l. A. Murder trial United press leased wire los Angeles june 23.�?selection of a jury began in Superior judge Marshall Mccombs court today to try j and $200 Tine for carrying guns. United press leased wire Chicago june 23.�?the combined agencies of Law enforcement hunted a suspect today in the assassination of Alfred j. I Ingle Chicago Tribune reporter on trails that led toward the powerful liquor gang of George a a bugs Moran and Joe Aiello two of the a big four in Chicago racketeering. The suspect hunted was James a a red Forsythe Henchman of the North Side gang leaders and branded a a potential murderer by a circuit judge when he was arrested last year. Forsythe a name As the Central figure of the investigation that has aroused Chicago to a new High pitch in the last two weeks was Given out by tile a Clearing House of agencies delving into tie murder after it had been printed in the sunday newspapers. Motive lacking convinced that Forsythe was the actual murderer of the reporter the authorities seemed hesitant about advancing a motive. Reports that Lingle had refused to ask favors from a former police administration for the Moran gang were discounted that Forsythe was the gunman who walked through a pedestrian subway with the reporter and shot him in the head from behind. The Trail that led to Forsythe Dis Gressed by the Way of Frank Foster tight lipped gangster who deserted the morans to throw his fortunes with the gangsters headed by Quot scar face Al Capone. The snub nosed pistol with which Lingle was shot was traced to Foster. Police surmised that perhaps Foster left the gun with the morans when he deserted and the murderer used it and threw it Down in the subway to cast suspicion toward the Quot Capone mob always bitter enemies of the Moran Aiellos although on the surface relations were peaceful enough. Seek two others two others. Simon Gorman and Frank Noonan who were arrested last year with Forsythe also were sought. Gorman is a trucking contractor who has held City contracts and Noonan is a labor racketeer. The three were arrested a year ago and judge John la sentenced them to a year in jail w associated press wire Armington june 23�?application for an injunction to restrain Secretary Wilbur the City of los Angeles and the metropolitan water District of California from carrying out agreements for the diversion of water of the Colorado River was filed today in the United states District court. Tim suit is an outgrowth of the Long fight Arizona has made to prevent construction of the Gigantic Power irrigation and flood control project at Boulder Canyon on Tho Colorado River. The application was filed by Fred t. Colter of Phoenix ariz., Tho Arizona High line reclamation association and the Glenn Bridge High line irrigation and Power District. A dispute has raged Over the project since its inception and during the Quot past few Days attempts were made to Block the appropriation in the second deficiency Bill of $10,600,000 to begin the project. Second deficiency measure reported Washington june 23. A. Pm the appropriations committee communicated to the Senate today its decision to give the Hoover Law enforcement commission Only $50,000 instead of $250,000 next year with the stipulation that it must be used Enfin by for a study of prohibition enforcement. Reporting the second deficiency Bill the committee recorded its approval of the $10,660,000 appropriation for starting work on Boulder Canyon dam. Senator Hayden Democrat Arizona submitted a minority report asking for elimination of this item. Senator Glass democrat., Virginia sponsored the funds for the prohibition inquiry. President Hoover had asked another $250,000 but this fund was ruled out of the Bill in the House. Chairman Jones of the appropriations committee was the Only member voting against the Glass amendment. Ile wanted a larger appropriation. The Bill will be taken up in the Senate tomorrow with fights on the Law enforcement fund and the Boulder Canyon dam appropriation threatening to delay action. Huge Suh is filed Boston june 23.�?mael�?Tuyden held Detroit to three singles Here today and Boston won a pitchers Battle from the tigers 2 to 0. Ai Bostons ii. It. To. Letroit. 0 3 0 a Quot ton. 2 t c Jacob Der Man trial continued june to United press leased wire los Angeles june 23. A the trial of Jacob Berman former Julian executive and others accused on counts Orf jury bribing arising from the 1928 Julian conspiracy trial was continued today until june 30. The delay was granted by Superior 1 judge Emmet Wilson because Borman s counsel was engaged in another Berlin june 23. U. Pm the startling assertion that there is enough Energy in a drop of water to furnish 200 horsepower for a year was made to the world Power conference today by the noted British astronomer. Sir Arthur s. Eddington of Cambridge University. Daniel f. Bazinau Leas Banos contractor. Charged with fatally shooting i 20-year-old Guy Whitson whom he is i said to have suspected of ii Clandestine affair with his wife. Martha Linkman. 26. A panel Iff five men and seven women was tentatively selected. Young Whitson was shot to death near Burbank last february 25 while sitting in ail automobile with Harold Stukey a Friend. Stukey said a car crowded them to the Side of the Road Aud that Bateman leaped out and began accusing Whitson of an affair i with mrs. Linkman. A huh go to hell Quot Whitson is said to have replied. Banian reached for a Shotgun and shot Wadtson through the heart Stukey said. Since judge Lyle said several politicians have exerted every Effort to have the sentence vacated. A this friends Forsythe a among the politicians almost ran me to death to continued an Page Hee negro Slayer Dies in electric chair United press leased wire Bellefonte a. June 23.-�?a policeman s Slayer John Pierce 31, negro was electrocuted at Roe View Penitentiary it 7 06 a. In. Today. The Negru shot and killed a policeman at Cheater pa., december 16 when the officer attempted to quell a disturbance. New York june 23. A. Pm a member of the household of col. And mrs. Charles a. Lindbergh said today that it had been definitely decided that the Lindbergh heirs first name would he Charles. As to a Middle name it was said the family had not decided whether to Call the child Charles Dwight or Charles Augustus or. Urges abandonment Washington Juno 23. Ilk pm i. Abandonment of the new Mexico amp approves yacht Harbor Arizona and the Southern Pacific rail Washington june 22. It to. Pay Way companies of a portion of a rail i the War department approved iou in Road extending 12 Miles from a Point the application of Alameda Airport near flux to Cal bits friz., was inc., Alameda for permission to con room mended in a report presented to struck a yacht Harbor in san fran the in a Erst it a Commerce commission i Cisco a near the Quot outer end it it of Alibi examiner m s. Jameson United press leased wire los Angeles. June 23.�?congo pictures limited today filed in Federal court a $3,365,000 damage unit charging that a concerted attempt had been made to ruin its production Ingangi. Famed Gorilla film. Named As defendants in Tho action were the motion picture producers and distributors and certain of its officers. Including will Hays and Carl Milliken and the National better business Bureau and others. The action claimed $365,000 for asserted damage done to Date and $3.-090,000 for exemplary or punitive damages. The suit contended that the motion picture producers and distributors organization had in effect banned the picture a by agreement Quot although the association publicly denied any such ban. It further claimed that the National better business Bureau inc., issued statements denouncing Ngugi As a fake. The complaint held up that Ingangi Quot is entitled to the appellation a an authentic record of african because approximately no More than 15 per cent of the Quot film is studio in i mole. A made

Search all Bakersfield, California newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for June 23, 1930

Browse