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an ordinance similar to ours." •* A *T*t1 n in VMI r«t w\f±r+r* fr* n *A^* 4- * i , ^^ * (The Sakgrrftflfr (Ealtfnrnfem » Tuesday, February 17,1948 21 ^^^^—^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^••••^^^•^^•^^^^^Md^^^^^H^m^g&^&^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Q^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^g^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Kf^H^^m^^K^^^^^^^^^^^^^^k^^^^^^ ^^*^^*^^^^^^* ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^^^^^^P^B^^^^^^^^BP^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^P^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^* GROUP REQUESTS REPEAL OF STORE CLOSING LAW wait and see Continued From Page Thirteen * the county -adopts ager Carl Thornton reported that t 1 ing satisfactorily. Thornton's report inspired C-onn- commented. Attorney Gill said tie merchants he represented would support the restrictions if they were made county-wide. Fred J. Crease, 1710 California avenue, warned that trouble may be expected from rats unless the city the city's refuse collection system A man in business hates to see j has been organized and is function- his customers go across the street, into • county territory,** Vanderlei cilman Siemon to ask for an investigation investigation of the possible effect upon the city's sewer system of home garbage grinding devices. The task was assigned to the city manager. Commissioner Named Louis Brandt was re-appointed to the city planning commission and eradicates their nesting places by i B. Willis Weefces was named to snc- trimmJug the pa ha trees in the vi-] ceed Otto Kamprath, who, recently cinity of Bakersfield High School I resigned after 20 years on the com- 11 mission. Payroll deductions were author* and College. Cats Are Afraid "These rats are big fellows, twice i ? ed for alters of the fire de- as large bs the old-tamers," he said.) P artment wishing to become mem- "The^re so big that the cats are! ber ?. of prmip insu ^nce plans for afraid of them. They were first a t-! medlcal and hos P ital service. The tracted by food scraps scattered atl£ remen ' act:ordu »g to City Manager California avenue and a street by[^ hornton ' wiph to si ? n «P for the students. They are multiplying so ! 5 ue ^ tro s ; s hospital plan and the rapidly that they .have already! f lue shield ****ical service plan, spread as far as Truxtun avenue." 1 " WQS made clear that acceptance He recalled that the citv had once i of an - T « rou P in »urance plan is not had a great deal of trouble con- mand atory. a n <* that members of trolling a scourge of rats. any other city department desiring The rat menace was turned over j s " l \ P roteotion are at * ib erty to ro the city manager for investiga-! sel f ct an - r plan the ? wish - tj on , i An emergency ordinance amend- An emergency ordinance was ' in ^/ he cir ^' s taxation ordinance to adopted regulating the construction j COBforra to recen t state legislation. of privies at building projects. The ! ordinance also sets tip regulations | for such facilities provided by "car-! nivate. circuses and revivals/' and requires that a 30-day permit be obtained from the health depart- nient The maximum penalty for failure to comply with the ordi- naace * s a fine <* 3^00 or a sii- month jail sentence. Business Opportuniiy Mayor Vanderlei remarked that was approved. Bus Resolution Adopted Mrs. Eihel Gamble, 51t> Ray street, appeared before the council and urged the adoption pf a resolution resolution supporting state legislation whk-h she said would make it mandatory mandatory for all vehicles to stop for a si-hool bus loading or discharging passengers, whether in Incorporated territory or on the open highway. The council adonred the resolution, resolution, copies of which will be sent the ordinance may provide an op-j portunity for a Chic Sale "special-i to State Senator J. R. Dorser, ist" to go into business. "He could \ sor of the measure, and to other build Uiem and rent them out." The council approved In a^ree- ment terminating the city's garbage legislators. Mrs. Gamble declared she acting independently in seeking sup•collection sup•collection contract with Cronin and ! port for the school bus measure and Johnston, operators of the Bakers- j only in the interest of the safety of field Sanitation Serrice. City Man- 1 children.