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Bakersfield, California
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12 THE BAKERSFIELD ^ALIFORNIAN, MONDAY, JANUARY 9,19&3 t • • i > t ji i j* N i "* ^ 7 4 ^ i ' * ^ $ , » , I* 5 /' i '? ifff ;tp¥ ' > ' ' >>-*,»' I ' ' 'i' u ?!> (1J* \ > ) ' ' . \ ' t 1 'i ' 'V , i, t ', ' ' -> ' ' * ? Special Announcements For Sale—Improved Property Radio, Musical Instruments Vanted to Buy "MisccllancoiM Legal Notices Professional Cards Legal Notices Legal Notices PLATES—BRIDGES REDUCED PRICES TEETH CLEANED, $1 DR. FLETCHER EAST BAKERSFIEUD 910 BAKER STREET m CAB*. I/>MA ACHES, e-nooM HOUSB mm 8AM3 WITH 800 tOUNO WlttTB LEOHOJIN CSICKBN8. 8KB H, P. BMITH. MIONK 118, 1755 CHE8TBR AVBNUR. ' 144 For Sale—Improved Farms SHEET MUSIC—All popular song hits. Largest stock of sheet music In (he city; Phillips Music• Company,- corner Twentieth and "Eye' r streets. 189 ANTED 9500 4 M 9-focl IMim HUM. Ltkirn JVrmi Co. Dion* 46U. Corner Union did Truitun ««nu«. P, O. B6i 187). / 141 J89 ^ Lggt—Found-—Strayed CHECK LOST Payment stopped on Bakersfleld Call- fornlan check No. 70, taken from restroom In The California building Saturday, January 7. 140 U>8T-Sp«r» wheel uid tin from Ford truck. Finder write A. P. Plnherlo, car* C«llfortil«n office. 140 140 ACRES of hlihly cultlriud linct, til under cultlnllon, four mllM from Arrtn. Ooort well tnd Edit Side cuil. F«ll home. Mort»i*e company tut Mil for 1(1 cer ure, Bur (armi. Itowtrd Nlcholi, Inc. 1500 MntteenUi. 1-T-tf XEW shipment of low-priced guitars just received, Really good Instrument's at unheard-of low prices. Phillips Music Company, corner Twentieth and "Bye" streets, ISO 'ANT to'buy lovirll cordl lound .dry oik wood, 4-toot. ]*rlct rltht, T. It. Denlo, 1TS» Ft- olfle. Btiutiflild. Phone Mfl». : or Exchange-—Miscellaneous PIANOS and radios traded for and ex- IIANCH of 760 icrei for Idle In South Fort illtr. Phono C. 0. MeCrur. 6T7-J. 14B changed. Don C. Preston, Togeler Building. Phone 966. Hotel 158 88 CHEVtlOLOT coupe, elan 1 , food .riinnlnc condition ind lorn* cUH, to trkdl for 1989 or 10<1 Modil "A" SWd or Cherrolet MUM. Or your equity In time. Plicne B«47. 141 For Exchange—Property For Sale—'Miscellaneous Legal Notices FOR 8AI.B OR TRADB—Fur lit* model light o«r. I h«Te ohole* of two plwei. Phone 2101-R. For Sale—Automobiles Personals TOTl BUSINESS uid loetil rtuoni, »• don't wont to eipo«» perioni »ho took ltdy'i fur cott from r«ico'ck Inn. New Tetri ere. Heturn lame, no quHtlnni Hiked. lit WANTED—NUHM nun, women, II to BO. wllhlnt itMdy future (onrnmtnt Jobi. Slut 1105.00 to 1175.00 month. Common educttlon uiuilly iuf- flclent. Van ptrtlcului with temple couhlnr PRBB. Apply todey. Addreii Bo* K-10, Th» Caltfomlin, Financial Immediate Service; No Red Tape FIXDYD DUNLAP 1E23 Twentieth Street. Phone 391. 16!) k. TREMENDOUS REDUCTION IN OUR 1983 CLEAN-UP DRIVE ' 1932 Chev. coach, like new, only $485. 1930 Chevrolet special sedan, perfect shape, $336. 1931 Chevrolet special coupe, |396. 1981 Chevrolet standard coupe, 1385. 1930 Chev, standard roadster, |186. 1929 Chevrolet coach, $250. 1930 Ford sport coupe. $225. ' 1021) Ford sport roadster, $135. 1980 Ford pickup, $285. 1929 Ford pickup, $135. 1927 Nnsh coupe, perfect, $150. 1926 Nash roadster, $75. 1924 Chevrolet sedan, $25. COMPANY CORNER TWENTIETH AND M- (CASH, AND CARRY ONLY) 100 Lbs., Recleaned, Highest Grade 100 LBS. HEN SCRATCH, $1.10. 100 Ibs. recleaned wheat, $1.00. 100 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bars), $1.86. 7G Ibs. ROLLED BARLEY, 60c. MANY MORE NOT ADVERTISED BAKERSFIELD GRAIN COMPANY Baker Street and Truxtun Avenue 10-38-tf NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINQ Notice Is hereby given that the tockholders' meeting of the Highland ark Mutual Water Company Will be eld at Wells' Memorial Half, oh Ar- In Street, Highland Park, Monday. 10 16th day of January, 1938, at 8 clotk P. M., for the purpose of elect- ng a Board of Directors and for such trier business as may properly come efore said meeting. BERTIE LANE, President. WARREN STOCKTON, Secretary. Jan, 7 and 14, . SALE OP OOOD8 HELD FOR STORAGE Notice -la hereby given to O. W. Collard, formerly of East Bakersfleld, and to Mrs. R. N. Russell, whose last known address was 2128 Main St., Uaker, Oregon, that goods held for storage by R. L, Qulney at 708 Hum- boidt St., East Bakersfleld, since July 8th, 1920 will be sold at public sale February 4, 1938. at 2000 Twentieth street, Bakorsfleld, for costs of storage and R ^ ^^ By Mrs. M. E. Qulncy, his agent Jan. 6 to 10, Inn, JOHN \V. CULLITON PUBUO ACCOUNTANT TAX BKnVICn, AUDITS, SYSTEMS Stilt*. 103, Piof«lilontl'Bulldln« Phmi 4801 eotlon 3-a, and to read as follows, o^wlt; '..-.''. '•• i '.' -.;• • -I- corporation shall wh*r6 •WlUi Section 8a). ., , o person, iirni o; required onstructi by for the «r«« DR. B. BUZAN Pilmer Oriduiti CBIItOPnACTOR Palnltii SriUm Cooipltt* Kltttrotheripj Strtle*. Pool Cornctloni Houn, 10 to 13 >. ra., i to 8. T to I p. ra. Uoomi lll-llJ-lU Moriin Bulldlni 1711 ChMttr Arenut . T«l«r)hofi» 6818 lady Attmdtnl Over n period of 82 years our reputation remains paramount. Prove for yourself thin assertion. We continue to sell feed for less than any advertised rtrlce. No limit to regular customers. No dealers, no trlcku, no phones. Business IH good. PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. 4-4-tf O. W WII'UNCinAM, houio mover. Office !!13 ChMter trtniie. Ilikorifleld. 141 HUt-PLY or dmii uid doctoti' Initriiminti for tilt, to clot* uttte. \Vrlte L. B. Hull, Me- Cnrland. 181 NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETINQ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 10 annual meeting of the stookhold- rs of Bakersfleld Mutual Building nd Loan Association will be held in .s office at 1509 Nineteenth street, Jakersfleld, Kern County, California, n January 11, 1983, at 7:30 P. M., for •ie purpose of electing a Board of Iroctors to serve for the ensuing year nd for the transaction of such other uslnoss as may properly come before he meeting. HOWARD NICHOLS, Secretary. ec. 30 to Jan. 10, inc. ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS, BAKERSFIKLD IN. VESTMENT, COMPANY. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Bakersfteld Investment Company will bo held in the of- flo* of Taylor & Taylor, 1680- Chester Avenue, City of Bakersfleld, County of Kern, State of California, on Tuesday, January 17, 1933, at 2 p. m.,' for the election of Directors, and such other business as may properly coma before •aid meeting. Dated January 1, 1933. B. L. SOLOMON, Secretary. Jan. 6 to 18, Incl. ' Business Cards SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINET BWMAT8 BBDUCINO Colonle Irritation INSTITUTE! Of BTDROTHXIUPt 0 ». m. to»p. m. Phone5041 LAUNDRY SERVICE Uundiy Service UneicelUd—Th«t Ii Out ai*na Ttn ^Different anrlcu tnd Zorlo Odorleii Dry Cleinlnf CITIZENS LAUNDRY Sixteenth tnd O Street! Phone III NOTICE OF MEETINQ The annual meeting of the stockholders of Caledonia Building Association will bo held on Tuesday, January 10, 1938, in Druids' Hall at 7:30 p. m., for the purpose of electing a board of directors and to transact such other business that may coma before the meeting. LELAND J. RUNYAN, Secretary. Jan. 4 to 10, ino. BOB WELCH RIDING ACADEMY County Botd I'trk. Phone S718-R-11 Well-trtlned ltddlehoriee, 76 nnti hour. Bpetlil offer— mek-dtri only, thle id ind 80 otnti , entitle! bearer to one hour'i ride. HOTIM bought tnd told $6.60 PER $100 FOR 1 TEAR (NO BROKERAGE— NO BONUS) Minimum Insurance at Board Rates Investigate and Be Convinced CONSUMERS CREDIT CO. A Reliable Const-Wide Institution 5 Haberfeldo Arcade Bldg. Phon,e 1063 IBn 1400 NEEDED by builder to build home. Flnt trait deed. 1 yetri. 8 per cent. P. O. Boot «8. Etit Btkenfleld. Phone 47T8. 140 Business Opportunities AOBNCT for funoui Tintnt Mlnertl Witer for Bikenfleld, Ttfl tnA rlclnlty now trtlltble. JJ30.00 to 1330.00 necentry for luppllef ind equipment. Good for 1175 month ind better, depending on efforti. Write or ctll 342 Mirhet tlreet. Ban Frmclico. Ctllf. 140 OABSSMAKER SHOP dotni good builneu. Muit tell it once. Cheip for cuh. 430 Kentucky or 1828 Stockton tlreet. 140 Help Wanted—Salesmen USED CARS FROM A DEPENDABLE DEALER 1932 DeSoto coupe, $200 down. 1931 Dodge 10-wheel truck, $800 down. 1930 Ford coupe, rumble seat, $100 down. 1931 De Soto sedan, $176 down. 1929 Dodge D. A. sedan, $126 down. 1931 De Soto 8 sedan, $125 down. BAKERSFIELD GARAGE USED CAR LOT Next to Fox Theater Twentieth at a. Phone 2286 158 30-INCU oik, 1.5,60 tier; Eucilyptui. I3.SO tier; cotton mad, $3.23 tier; block wood, 1.1.00 tier; 11-inch oik wood, 14.00 tier; cotton wood, 12.75 tier; block wood, li.75 tier. 470 WMhlnrton Menue. Olldtle. Phone 32(2. 141 CAPITAL OP VENEZUELA PIANO TUNING Ftctory Retlitered Tuner $3.50 Satlifutlon Qutrtnteed CARL A. BTHtt Phone 1309-M 930 Truitun Avenue 100 pounds mash, In cloth bags, $1.81. 100 pounds scratch, $1.10. 100 pounds cracked Indian corn, $1.30. QANN & ROSS. Olldale, Call/. lS-«-tf Legal Notices BAnoAIN on freeier cuei, iciln. run retlitert, mett illcer, reitiurint fliturw. Complete. New •nd uicd. dhowcile life. 100 Biker. ISO HEN WANTEI>—For lUwlellh city routee of 800 coniumen In tnd netr ettlei of Bikerifleld ind Sintt Ptult. Relltble huitler cin itirt etrnlnr 125 weekly ind Incrftie ripldly. Writ* Immedlttely. lUwlellh Co., Dipt. CA-4-V, Oiklind, Ctllf. Situations, Wanted—Male BOV winllnz education will eichinie work beforo ind tfter ichool houri in eichtni* for room tnd botnl. Telephone! 8427-M. 144 MAN tnd wife wint iwtertl rineh work. Good truck ind tnctor 'hind. Wife will cook for men. Rout* 1, Box 104, Delino, or Phone Delino 46. ' OIUNUCT, OBANOKS— Ltrfe iwett nttell. 11.25. Julea orincee, 90 centi. Double crite. De- llrered. Phone 'l«tl-\V. 13* WOOD—n«m«mber People's Wood Yird. .All klndi, dellrerad. honeit meiiure, $2.50 per tier ind up. 1720 Pulflo itreet. Phone 2366. I'l 1931 Ford coupe, $326. 1031 Ford coach, $336. 1030 Ford coupe, $286. 1929 Ford coupe, $176. 1929 Hubmoblle coupe, $260. 1930 Essex sport coupe, $276. 3929 Ford Ift-ton truck, $IS6. 1927 Ford 1-ton truck, $50. MANY OTHERS USED CAR LOT Sixteenth and Chester Phone IK (Opposite Courthouse) 168 PIHISFFER & KNAPP'S WASHING MACHINE SERVICE Service on all makes. New and used washers at big bargains. 1001 Nlles Btreet. Phone 4132-W. 168 OAK WOOD, all ilzei tnd Irnithi. for flreplirot fid itorei. Ouirinteod qulllty, ind prompt dellvjry. Metri' Ice Dellnrr. Phone 1808. m AUTO pilntlnrt 112.50 to |1B; body ind fender 'work. Prlcci rllht. Auto rcpitrlnj. Troni Pelnt end Repilr Shop. Cillfomlt ind Baker. Phone nd71-W. 15» on BALE—10,000 rooted vlnei. Thompson* am Rebleri. Good heilthT tlnei, priced rlEht. E. Booth. Waico. FOU SAI.R—Good plino for imall balance due Moit any termi. For Inipectlon prlrlleie write Jar); Miller, tdjuiter. 830 South Benton Way Loa Ancelee. 14< HORIZONTAL 1 In RussU, a council. 6 Map. 10 Gaiter. 14 Enthusiasm. 15 Rotating wheel. 16 Glazed clay- block. 17 Mutilated. 19 Capital of Venesuela. 21 Having toes turn Inward. 22 To go. 23 Bridle strap. 50 The kneepan. 25 Network. 54 sluggishness. 26 Forearm bone. 66 Remedy for 29 Pagoda. Jaundice. 31 Heavenly 5? Male of red body. deer. 35 Eggs of fishes. 5$ serf. Aiurwcr to Previous P«m«l« For Rent—Rooms NEWLY furnlahed room, hot and cold water. «t- trtctlre weekly rttei. Trelle, Cbrlitophertnn, proprietor. 1103 L ilreet. 199 KICB furnlihed room, nlth heat, telenhon*. conTeqlencei. Beaionable. 1102 I itreet. All 130 HOTEL LA TERN, undir new nantf tment, Koomi IS • week and up. Hot and cold wtter. 1721 H itreet. 140 TO tentlemin. Terr deilrtble room, with bith, prlrate entrance, uie of phone. Alio larne. Hull be teen to be appreciated. Call 8618-11. 141 For Rent—Rooms With Board BOOM and board. SS.50 per week. Comfortable roomi, pletiant inmundlnn. ' Free parktaf. Alio tranilent dlnneri. 50 cento. .SOU Nln»- 'leenth itreet. Telephone 087. l-J7-tf WANTED—Four* young women to oocupy two nice bedrooou, room and board. Home cocitorll. 2585 Elihteenth 128 ecu*. pet. 140 For Rent—Houses COMFORTABLE 2-rooro cottlfte for two. 19.00. week; llihti, water free. Three mllei nil m Edlion titthwaj. Batnbow Service Station. 14S FOR RENT UNFURNISHED C-room houses, clean and modern, at $25.00 per month. 4-room modern house, {20.00. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1813 Chester Avenue Phone 1298 1-B-tf »t)R RENT—Unfurnlihed 4-room houie at 400 K itreet. Apply 822 F itreet. Phone 1487-W. 140 1931 Chevrolet coach, new rubber, S425.00. 1929 Chevrolet coupe, late, 1210.00. 1925 Overland sedan, runs good, $27.50. 192B Chrysler coupe, 185.00. TOP PRICES PAID FOR AUTOS Chester at 24th. Phone C828. 158 1926 Nash standard sedan, J8ti. 1928 Essex coupe, new paint, rubber, 1126. 1929 Ford sport roadster, 6 wire wheels and trunk rack, 1175. Chrysler 62 sport coupe, $325. 19S1 De Soto do luxe coupe, $450. 1929 Ford coupe, $185. 1930 Nash coupe, $335. 1409 18th St. Phone 831. 15S CADILLAC SEISIN Brand new, factory guarantee, at tremendous discount. Chester at 22nd. Cadillac Agency, IBS JACK SEZ— • 1980 Ford sport coupe, an exceptional value, at<f225. Trucks—Trades—Terms PAT'S CAR MARKET Phone 1724 2316 Chester Avenue Jack Bundy, Manager 158 FOn BALE—1931 Ford de luxe rotditer. wheeli. Phone 4753. 4JO Bernard itreet. Air 149 DOUOLABH: BUT. 8BLL. TRADE CARS. 9105 I 10*7 Cherrolet coupe, A-l, buy 163. 10J5 Podfe ledin, 8 new Urei. only 170. For Sale—Furniture THREE-ROOM unfurnished house, $10 per month. Also 5-room unfurnished house, modern, reasonable. Phono 717. 140 FOR RENT—One 6-raom houie. lle.OO, »iter paid: one 4-room houie. 111.00. water paid. Apply 330 Bait Nineteenth itreet. Bakenfleld. 141 KEW 4-room collate In court In Bakenfleld. Orentulfed furniture, lutmnttlo heater, larife, Urge yard. Rent cheap. Phone 1517*W. VOR RENT— 5-room modern houie. Highland Park, $25; 5-room. modem houie. Green Acfef. room 250 ehtckeni, 920; 5-room modern houie, V itreet. 125. Phone 383. 1-0-tf SINOER sewing machine, $12.60. Studio couch, $13.75. Fiber baby crib, $5. IVAN L. HAMlt Phone 841 1100 18th St. 15S FOR 8AI.B—A witer tower to cool milk for dilry T will built It up to uie italn In food con dltlon. Reo dairyman. Towno ranch K mil louth of Vlnelind School. 14' FOR BALE—Radio. 4-tube, all electric, like new 115.00. 10 (auie double-barreled ihottun, Da maiicui barrela, I12.QO. Phone 3720. >NK 0-burner Wtittnihouie tutomttlo electrl range, one electric water better, complete, $51 Aridrril. Hoi 6S. Mtrlconi. Ctllf. 36CoL 37 Era. 38 Short 'letter. '40 Icy rain. 42 Tp goad. 43 Back of neck. 45 Caterpillar hair. . 47 Oily hydrocarbon. 60 Uncommon. 61 Stylish. 62 Small herring. IS Shelter, 20 To soak flu. 24 Grand. 25 Interprets. 2$ Coffee pot. 27 Card gam*. 28 Mesh of lac*. 30 Tiny. 32 Sailor. 33 Since. 34 Scarlet. 30 Pep; 40 Mixture produced in smelting. 41 Triplet. 4215aucerlike ' vessel. 44 Social insect. 46 Child. 47 Utensil chest. 48 Until. 49 Average. (variant). 3 To stammer. 4 Capital of . Turkey. 5 Opposed to debit 6 Mortar tray. 7 Preposition ot 61 Russian place. mountains. «3 ExcTamation of' « Mythical bird. 52 Italian coins, sorrow. 9 Merchant. 63 War flyers. ' W Stirrup bone 56 Very high AEK1U Alt o j u, e ^^ mountain. IHalf. 11 Size of type. 5$ Bugle plant ZTartaric type 12 Wing-like. 69 Measure ot of lancers 13 Examination. area. ORDINANCE No. 249 A.N ORDINANCE OP THE COUNTY OP KERN, STATE OP CALIFORNIA, AMENDING ORDINANCE No. 244 OP SAID COUNTY, BY AMENDING SECTIONS TWO AND FOUR THEREOF, RELATING TO THE NATURE OP INTERIM REGULATIONS ADOPTED BY SAID ORDINANCE AND TO PENALTIES FOR ANY VIOLATION OF THE PROVISIONS OP SAID ORDINANCE, AND BY ADDING FIVE NEW SECTIONS TO SAID ORDINANCE. TO BE DESIGNATED SECTIONS 3A, SB. 3C, 3D, AND 3E, RESPECTIVELY, ESTABLISHING INTERIM ZONE DISTRICT NUMBER ONE OP SAID COUNTY, PRESCRIBING THE CLASSES OP BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES AND THE USES THEREOF PERMITTED IN SAID INTERIM ZONE DISTRICT NUMBER ONE, REQUIRING CERTAIN BUILDING PERMITS THEREIN, SPECIFYING THE PROCEDURE THEREOF AND erenfter 'erect, construct, convert, Her, add to, .enlarge or move any ulldlng or structure nor use any land, Ulldtng or premises In Interim Zone Istrlct Number One, as hereinafter eslgnated, for any purpose other than Included in the following list of ermltted usos: (a). Designation of Interim Zone Hstrict Number One: 1. An area consisting; of all of that roperty which-lies within a distance f two hundred (200) feet from the ex- erlor boundaries of that rond or high- was commonly known as Golden Btate Highway and of Golden State 'JVvonue, elrtg California State Highway Route 'umber Four, as designated by the division of Highways, Department of ^ubllo Works, State of California, in- ludlng any changes hereafter made n the locations thereof and including 11 rights of way serving as moans of rafflfa Interchance with roads, streets r highways intersecting said Golden tate Highway and Golden State Ave- ue, as aforesaid, between the north oundary line of Sec. 10, T. 29 S., R, 7 B., M.D.M., and the northerly oundary of tho City of Bakersfleld s the same now exists or may here- fter be changed. b) Permitted uses: 1) One-family, two-family and mul- Ipfe dwellings. 2) Hotels and automobile camps. 3) Schools, libraries, parks, rounds and churches. ' 4) All agricultural uses except hog arms. 6) Stores, shops and offices for the onduct of any retail business. C) Uses which, in the opinion of the County Planning Commission, are ultable to the character of the dla- rlct and will not be Injurious to the ubllc- welfare. 7) Automobile service stations, pub- cr garages and automobile repair hops, but not including automobile vrecklng or the storage of used automobile' parts' or of Junk, and not tn- ludlng used car markets unless the amp are conducted in each case in it. building enclosed on all sides. to, enlarging,, moving, epalrlnr of any build- ^ or other Improvemenfc' 8) Extraction of lulldlng materials. minerals or. of 9) Accessory buildings incidental to any of tho above uses. 10) All other uses of land and bulld- nga now existing within said Interim Zone District Number One, to the ex- ent of such existing uses and no fur- h'er, except for repairs. 11) Outdoor advertising signs and structures if tho same are located only n any "business district" as defined n the California Vehicle Act; provided, however, that any permitted ilace of business may display adver- Islnff slcns for the advertising only of such business, none of which signs shall exceed twenty-four square feet n nrea, to ui total area for all signs n the aggregate displayed by any one place of business not exceeding the equivalent ft one square foot for each one foot of frontage actually occupied >y such business, Including the wldthn I THE DUTIES OF OF SUPERVISORS, Poultry and Livestock TEN head itddle horiei for itle. ISO tnd up HOHM rented by hour or diy. trenue, or ctll 098. BOO Cillfoml . 14 KERN COUNTY IIATIIUT HREKDEnS ASSN. lUiultr iciilon. Juiuiry 10, it A(. butldlni, Ker /Countr High'. Hchool. 7:30 p. m. Profllio U 3. Dinki will dlicun concentrtted feedi. 14 VOll THADB—110 ewei end limbi for (ood ho7iei or mulei. Kdur Coinbi. Arrtn. Cillf. FOR HATJV—Purebred Cheiler white hon, tw bred towi. $25 eich: eliht bred • Bllti, $1B eicli elzhteen weaned pUi. S3 etch. E. Booth. WtJCO. JERBKV cow for sale. Pint houta louth Sunti erTlre Htatlon, on Krtlion hUhwtr. FOR KAI.K—Thorouihbred Barred Bock hem in Tooiter. Phone 49SA. FOn SALE—Qood iiddle hone. Gentle. Cheep Call ifter R o'clock. No. 9 Harrli Lane, nea Jlotrdi!«y Roliool. Walter Leak. FOR BALE—15 do». Moil of them hire youn Alio 4 bucki. I. R. Hood, Rout* 1, Box 60 14 TOR SALE or trade, 80 head Koliteln twi. f whlte-ficed feederi or jounf rtnia cowi. Fran Ijouitilot. Route 3. BOT 77. 1! Wanted to Buy-Miscellaneou WANTED to buy, good second-ban Saddles, Paul Kornung, 1006 Nine t«>enth ntr«et. 14 PESCRIBING THE BOARD THE COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION AND THE COUNTY SU- VEYOR WITH RESPECT TO SUCH PERMITS. The Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State of California do ordain as follows: Section 1 Section 2 of Ordinance No. 244 of the County of Kern, State of California Is hereby amended to read as follows The said Board of Supervisors here by declares It to be Its Intention tt proceed with the consideration of the aforesaid tentative report or reports when the same shall have been made and to adopt n zoning or dlstrictlni plan for said County In the manne prescribed by law. Said Board of Su pervlsors hereby finds that, owing ti the great territorial extent of salt County and the necessity for carefu studies and thorough analyses of facti In the preparation of the aforesali zoning or districting plan, considerable time will necessarily elapse before nah plan or any substantial part theren will he before said Board for conslcl eratfon, and that certain regulation of an Interim nature, affecting the us of land, buildings and premises, th construction of buildings and othe structures, the height of buildings anr 1 other structures, the open spaces abou buildings and other structured an the location of certain buildings an other structures with respect to cer tain traffic thoroughfares, all In cer tain specified areas, are necessary t be adopted at this time In order t protect the public Interest, health comfort and' convenience and to pre serve the public peace, safety, morals order and welfare pending the prepa ration and adoption of the nforesnl zoning or districting plan. Sal regulations are. hereinafter In th ordinance set forth, and constitut Sections 3, 3a, 3b and certain othe sections thereof, each of which othe Bflrtlons In designated by the numera "3" followed by a letter of the alpha bet. Section 2 A new section Is hereby added said ordlnnnoA. to bo dpRlirnat*>r1 driveways directly appurtenant ihereto. Section 3 A new section la hereby added to said ordinance, ,to be designated as Section 3-b, and to read as follows, to-wit: Section 3-b Except as hereinafter provided, no butldlnjr, structure or other Improvement snail hereafter bo erected within a distance of thirty feet from the ex- :erlor boundaries of Golden State Highway and Oolden State Avenue, as nfnresnld, within said Interim Zone District Number One: provided, that the requirements of this section shall not apply to such ordinary front yard and farm fences and such irrigation and sprinkling structures and their nppurtenances as, In opinion of the County Planning Commission, will not unduly Interfere with the purposes of this section, namely, the provision aloner said highway of such space for traffic movement, pedestrian passage and for the protection of the safety of the same as may be ne.cessary for the use " " thereon. of the property abutting Section 4 A new,- section Is hereby added to cald ordinance, to bo designated as Section 3-c, and to read as follows, to-wlt: Section 3-c. No building, structure or other Improvement, except buildings, structures or other Improvements designated arid/or Intended to be used for aKHrnlturiil purposes, (shall be erected, constructed, converted, structurally altered, added to, enlarged, moved or relocated within sold Interim Zone District Number One, nor shall repairs In excess of Twenty-five (25) Dollnrs In value be madjs on any such build- Ing, structure or other Improvement, nor shall anv repairs which would change the character of the same be made, unless a permit for such erection, construction, conversion, alteration, addition, enlarging, moving, relocation or repairing shall first hove been secured from tho County Surveyor of cald County of Kern. No nermlt shall be Issued by said County Surveyor nor- shall any permit or license be Issu»d by any denartment, offlnlal or employee of the said County of K«rn vested with the duty or au- thorltv to Issu* nArmtfs nr H^TIRAB GASOLINE ALLEY The Hares and the Tortoise By KING For Rent—Apartments •TJKNIBHED iputminU. Nln«te«nth and D. Overitufftd fumlturi, Frtilditre. 6*r*om houi*. 1615 Oruift. Apply 3031 Nlnit>«»h itreat, tro- • ccrr itore. Phont 55J1-J. " 1(1 VOH RENT—Single ind doublt tptrtment. Orer- iluffed furniture. Continuum hot viler. Qn ind llfht pild. R«nt reduc»J. Pruuli Apmmtntt. M30 Crmler nmm. 138 SINGLE titd double ipirtment, with ilttplni porch. Clot* In. Now rentlnc for 118.00 ind $22.80. Tht Btmlind. 9230 O Phone S8J. US J"OR RENT—4-room fuwtnhed apartment, with garage. Inquire 2528 L street. 189 TWO ROOMS and ileeplnt porch. Ililh. Nwlr piiwrtd inj dtraritwl. 2831 Truitun ircnun. »1B. Inrluillni llnhtl. 140 On TtENT— Furnlihed iputaent. I!01) Seventeenth itreet. 115. Cill it 144 For Rent— Farm Land FOR TIKNT—40-acre Improved ranch. Plenty water. Some alfalfa now In. Phonn 5188-R. 2500 Park Way. 140 For Sale—Improved Property FOR SALE—5 acres, Improved, with D-room house, family orchard, rhlcken equipment, strawberries, good Wfsll and pump. All for ^25(10. Elmer K. ICarpe. Phone 210. 1G17 Eighteenth street. 1-B-tf KOR SALE—Furnlahed brick partment building, corner Twentieth and D, Uakersfleld. Eight units. Price Jl 7,500. Clear. Income, S240 per month. Don't disturb tenants. Frank Rowley, 280 South Ueno street, Los Angeles, 139 FOR SALE—Chicken ranrh with or without chickens, 2H ucres fine soil, 4-room house, free dltoh right. Price, S13&0. Terms, J200 rash; *U> monthly, Including luterent "%. KeUy &'Son, .1712 Chester avenue. Phone 003. 14f> /HERB'S [ WHERE I CAME OP \JNIS!P6. CE^TAINLN MADE xrr OF voo AND PET6, TWE OOP! WALT. SO TV41S IS HOW THE GHOSTS GOT IW AJOD THAT- TUNMBL TWBIR SHACK DIDN'T LEAVE ANS "TRACKS ]M TME SNOW HOW WOULD SOU PUMISH THEM FOR DOING VMHAT I THEN KNJEW TUBS SHOULDN'T DO? I THINK VOO TWO OUGHT TO PENALIZE VOURSELVES FOR BEINJG SO DUMB. lUf. l). S. Pit Of.: Cofjrifht, IM3, by Tm CkiCMn TrUMM. THE BUNGLE FAMILY Those Relative Blues By HARRY J. TUTHILL WHAT A SITUATION! PEGGY ALL ON EDGE BECAUSE A MILLIONAIRE REFUSED TO TAKE BACK A ma ENGAGEMENT , MN5 AT A TIME LIKE THIS WHEN THE ONLY W«f *_ CAN GET A LITTLE y PWVACY r l DON'T LIKE TO IMAGINE WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO CLARA AND DEKrVICK IF THEY LEAVE HERE. AND I'M AFRAID TO THINK WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO US ~ " F THEY .STAY. \VTtf THE ON ESCAPE. EVCKfr* TIME I EVEN 9NEEZC,! FIND CLARA OR. KLEOPATRA AT MY ELBOW AND BOTH OF THEM JU6T GALLOP TO THE DOOR TIME THE BELL RINGS. WHAT A CRUEL JOKE SANTA PLAYED ON US THIS YEAR. RELATIVES AS A CHRISTMAS PRESENT BOTH CLARA AND KLEO ] TALK. TO THAT NICE BOB GRUBBER AS THOUGH THEY'D KNOWN'HIM FOR, YEARS, AND EVEKf TIME HE COMES HERE KLEO PUTS ON THAT DYING-] DUCK LOOK FOR HIS BENEFIT. YOUNG GRUBBER. SHOULD MEET DERRICK AND HEAR SOME OF THOSE IDEAS ME GOT LISTENING RADIO SPEECHES. DURING THE CAMPAIGN. I DID MY BEST TO <EEP THEM ALL /"WAY ' FrVOM SO* GP.UBBE*. BECAUSE I REALIZE THAT UNTIL AFTEP. THE WEDDING, THE LESS HE SEES OF MY RELATIVES , AND YOURS &NR 5 KOOM AS'I> l>Ni: U-Jlimvf HOfJKKi ON I ACrtM TTUCTH. IN' C.AKA LflMA ACHKH. •USHV T-KUMS. HUE U. V. S.MITU, 1725 /.'IUI8TTSH AVKNUJS. I'JIONB 113. H4 WtLL I'M NOT , DISCOURAGED. , BUT I WILL ADMiT [ THAT TP.YING TO BE ' AN OPTIMIST AT A TIME LIKE THIS QIVE6 YOU THE t SAME FEELING YOU GET ~ RIDING BACKWARD TOO LON3 ON A MERRY, GO. ROUND. wuvrB j-QliUircu uy l«»vr, wi >*»u . *;* w«-. ,> tlon, construction, conversion, alt«ra-- v • tlon, addition to, enl—'-- •—-«»relocation or fepalrlni ing, structure or oth. or for the use of any land, building or premises In-any manner,contrary to the provisions of this ordinance. Any., such permit or license, if issued , In conflict with the provisions of this ordinance, shall bo null and void. Section 6 . A new section is hereby added to •aid ordinance, to be designated as Section 8d, and to read as follows, to-wit! Section 3-d. Every application for a permit, as reaulred by Section 8-8* of this ordinance, shall be accompanied by drawings or sketches showing the .front, side and rear elevations or the proposed building, structure, or other Improvement,'or of the building, structure or other Improvement tat the same will appear after the work for .which the permit Is sought has been completed, or, in lieu of such drawings or sketches, shall refer to any standard plans and upeclflcatlons of which certified copies have theretd- fore been filed with the County Surveyor. Upon being filed, a oopy of such application for permit, together with such drawings or sketches • or such reference to standard plans and specifications, shall forthwith be transmitted to the County Plannlnj Commission, which shall consider th_ same in an endeavor to provide that such buildings, structures and other Improvements shall be so designed and' constructed that they will not be of unsightly, undesirable or obnoxlotM appearance to the extent that they win hinder the orderly and harmonious de- • velopment of Kern County, Impair the desirability of residence. Investment, occupation or recreation in the County as appearing to travelers pasting through or traveling in the County, • limit the opportunity to attain the optimum use and value of land and improvements, and/or otherwise adversely affect the general prosperity ' and welfare. To this end, the County , Planning Commission shall suggest any changes In tho plans of such proposed buildings, structures or other Improvements as it may deem-necessary to accomplish the purposes of this section, and shall not approve • any such plans until It is satisfied that such purposes will be accoin- . pllshed thereby. In case the appl'cnnt Is not satisfied with the action of the County Planning Commission, he may, within thirty (30) days after such action, appeal in writing to the Board of Supervisors.' Said Board may hold a hearing on said appeal and in any case shall render its decision on said appeal within sixty (60) days after, the filing thereof. No permit, as pro-, vlded herein, shall be Issued unless the plans filed therewith as required In this section shall first have been approved by the County Planning Commission or by the Board of Supervisors. Upon- such approval the County Surveyor shall Issue such per- . mil, provided all other provislohs-«of law have been complied with. Every.- drawing or sketch filed under the provisions of this section shall become a part of the permanent records of the County Planning Commission. Section 6 A new section is hereby added to said ordinance, to be designated aa Section 3-e, and to read as follows, to-wit: Section 3-e. The County Planning Commission shall In its rules prescribe the form and scope of all applications and appeals provided for in this ordinance, together with accompanying data to be furnished so as to assure the fullest practicable presentation of facts for proper consideration of the mutter Involved In each case and for a permanent record. Section 7 • Section t of said Ordinance is hereby amended to read, as follows: Section 4. It shall be the .duty of the Sheriff of the County of Kern, State of California, and of all officers of said County herein and/or otherwise charged by law 'with the enforcement of this ordinance to enforce this ordinance and all the provisions of the same. Any person, firm or corporation, whether as principal, agent, employee or otherwise, violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon qonvlc- tlon thereof shall be punishable by a fine of not more than Three Hundred (300) Dollars or by Imprisonment In the County Jail of said County of Kern for a term not exceeding three (3) months or by both such fine and. Imprisonment. Such person, firm or corporation shall be .deemed to be guilty of a separate offense for each and every day during any portion of which any violation of this ordinance Is committed, continued or permitted by such person, firm or corporation, , and shall be punishable as herein pro- ' vlded. Any building, structure or thing set up, erected, constructed, converted, altered, added to, enlarged, cause to exist, repaired, relocated or moved contrary to the provisions of this ordinance and/or any use of any land, building or premises contrary to the provisions of thl* ordinance shall be and the same is hereby declared to be a public nuisance and the District Attorney of said County of Kern shall, upon order of the Board of Supervisors, Immediately commence action or proceedings for the abatement and removal or enjolnment thereof in the manner provided by law and shall take such otrtfer steps and shall apply to such court or courts as may have Jurisdiction to-grant such relief AS will abate and remove such building, or structure and restrain, and enjoin &ny person, firm or corporation from erecting, constructing, converting, altering, adding jo, enlarging, causing to exist, ropalrlxjg, repeating or moving any building, structure or thing contrary to the provisions of this ordinance or from using or maintaining any land, building or premises contrary to the provisions of this ordinance. The remedies provided for herein shall be cumulative and not exclusive. Section • This ordinance stall take effect and be in force thirty (30) days after Jhe date of Its passage and shall within fifteen (16) days from trwrdate of its passage ba published for one week, in» The Bakersfleld California!!, a newspaper of general circulation printed And published In the said Count'i of Kern. „ • , J. PERRY BIUTK, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, County of Kern, State of California.. ' , (SRAb) F. B. SMITH, County Clerk and ex-offlolo Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State of California. State of Callfornln, County of Kern, ss, • I. F. B. SMITH. County Clerk and ex-offlclo Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, do hereby certify that the foregoing Ordinance No. 249, was passed and adopted bv the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern and signed and approved by the Chairman of said Board at n regular meeting thereof held on Tuesday, January 3, ]833, and that the same was adopted by the following vote, to-wit: Ayes: Woollomes, Brlte, Abel, Wimmer. Noes: None. Absent: Hart, v (Seal) • F, n. SMITH. County Clerk and ex-offlclo Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. , Jan. 9 to IB, inol. * 1-9 •i4.utjwr.orr NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS OF BAKERSFIELD HOME BUILDING COM,PANY. Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the : stockholder! of the Bakersfleld Home Building Company will be held at the ofUoe of said corporation at 1936 Chester avenue, In the City of Bakersfleld, State of California, on Wednesday, January II, '••• 1083, at the hour of 3:80 p. m., for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction . of such other business as may properly oome before the meeting. U B. ROBINSON, Jan. ^ to 17, inc. Secretary.

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