The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 10, 1933 · Page 12
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Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, January 10, 1933
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f . * +• i i "iP i , i?&A\ •V. m THE BAKEKSFIfcLD , TUESDAY, JA5WARY 10, 1033 Special[ Annguncements H. K. WADMAN ttoliig K jrfwcry buntmiM nt 1 OlcwHlor avenue, IIM sold Rime nnd will not be responsible for any bllli contracted on or after 0. 1P33. 141 not bo rospotitlblo for any debts can* truoted by any ono but myself. Binned Mr*. pott M. BOM. 141 3Lost--Foun d—Straed X/)ST—Spare wheel and tiro from Fnrd truck. Kinder wrttfl A. F. llnherlo, cure CalifornUn fifftrc, l^p STOLEN /rom my home. Ninth and Kern strf-fU. S. P. n. K. annual puna, 1C. A. 871TO. HndiT return to Southern I^tclflo Com- tinny. Bakoriflcld. or Ullbort Olson. 1231 P«- rlfio street. LOST—Blnck and irhlla Collie. C fflontht 1 old. Child's pet. Finder return to 2220 Park Wny. or phono ISlfl-M. Reward. 148 IXWT—Man's tan tllk trtrf. SiimJay erenlnf, «t theater. Finder pltuo phone 1337-J. FQr^le^lmprpy^Pnpe^ IN CABA T-O-MA ACflBS. ff-BOOtt TTOTWfS FOR HAMS WITH 500 YOUNU WHTTB UWinOHN CHICXKKfl. SB» II. F. BMITH. FIIONK 118. 172B CTtEBTBn ATBN13TS. H4 ivj3 r-nooM AVI? ONE o-nooM: HOUSE ON ACHE TRACTS, IN CASA LOMA ACBK8. KABY TKRMB, HKS H. F. SMITH* 1725 AVJ3NTJB. FItONB 118. 144 ft -room house, Harrtnwxl floon, tile link. * JUir-aore trounO. Cheap waior. Ch1ck«n house and tutii for fiCO chickens. Coir born. Mortgage company ssj-s aell for $2flSO, Kany lor mi. Howard Nlcholi, Ini., IB 09 Nineteenth. MO-tf Financial FOB SALE — C acres, Improved, with 8-room house, family orchard, chicken equipment, strawberries, good well &nd pump. All for (2500. Elmer F. Karpe. Phone 210. 1517 Eighteenth gtrect, _ 1-5-tf FDR SALiK— Chicken ranch with or without chickens, 2% acres fine soil, 4-room house, free ditch right. Price, S1850. Terms, $200 cash; |1B monthly, Including interest 7%. Kelly & Son, 1712 Cheater avenue. Phone 368, 340 5G.60 PKR S100 FOR 1 YEAR (NO BROKERAGE—NO BONUS) Minimum Insurance at Board Rateu Investigate nnd Be Convinced CONSUMERS CREDIT CO. A Reliable Connt-Wldo Institution 0 Haberfeldo Arcade Bldg. Phone 1053 1C8 FoxSale—ImprovcdFarms VANCE of 760 acrei for leas* 1n South Fork valley, Phon* C. C. McCrty, C77-J. 145 SMALL farm for sale, -with new house, good water well and pumping equipment and free water right*. Phono 757-11, 142 XV 'I" U FLOYD DUNLAP 1523 20th Street. Phono Sfcl. IBS 4400 NKJ-JDED by builder to build tmmc. Flrit UUBL iteixl, 2 JL-WE, 8 per rent. P. O. Box 63, EMI Pfckmfteld. Phono 1T7S. 140 Business Opportumties AGENCY for turnout Twrint Mlneril Waler for BakonfleUI, Ttft and vicinity now available. 1250.00 to $350.00 ncceifAry for tuppllei *nd •qulptnent. Good for $178 month and better, depending on efforti. Wrltft or call 342 Market Htcet. San Franclico, Calif. MO DRESSMAKKK 8HOP doing pood biulnwi, Must fell at once. Cheap for caih. 480 Kentucky or 1228 Stockton ttreftt. 140 HAVE a pood opportunity for automotive electrician and mechanic. Small capital required. 1G05 Twentieth street. 341 Contractors and Builders $35 J*ER ACRE, 10 to 80, foreclosure, bolo\» original truit dflod, g mllM mnt. Cheapest water, beat loll. Experti (tochnocrata) report unemployment to continue, drift to farm, declining California water lublei generally, and an immetttftt* effort to tfmk dwUnlnf pricei l»- clieaponlnr the currency a* all Import in t na- tlom have done. Reductnc oath raluM and doubling prices, J. J. Fa* an, Taylor Arcade. For Sale—Automobiles USED CARS FROM A DEPENDABLE DEALER 1(132 DeSoto coupe, $200 down. 1981 Dodge 10-wheol truck, $300 clown. 1930 Ford coupe, rumble Beat, $100 down. 19.81 De Boto sed&n, $175 down. 1928 Dodgo D. A. sedan, $125 down. 1981 De Soto 8 sedan. $125 down. BAKERSFIT2LD GARAGE USED CAR LOT Next to Fox Theater Twentieth at Q, Phone 228ff 158 —Piano in exchange for carpenter or cabinet work* Fast and good worker. Phone fi!74-J. Sii tuatic»ne[_ Wani ted---Male :BOr wan tine education will exchange work before and after school hours In exchange for rbom and board. Tclflnhono S427-M. 144 YOUNG MAN", marriwl, w»ntB ranch or any work. S303 Cailfomi* atcnug. Phone 8478-W. Situations; Wantcd^-Femajc HOUSEKEEPING, nurtlnt or mXherlesi homo to care for. Neat and clean, unlncuoabered wW41e- accd widow. Go anywhere. Addreii £, M., Jtouto 2, Box 45-B, or South B and Beale Terrace. 142 WANTED—JTo work part time durlnc dayi and evenings. Attending builneii ichool during day only. Reference! furnished. Phone Radio/Musical Instrument* 4^^k^4k^^Lj^^^B^^^^^^^H^^^^^^^^Bk^^ H ^^^^^b«^^^^^^^^^^^^fefc^^b^^_^^^^L^^k^^h^^ h _^K — _—- _J 1 * * ^^^^^^^^-^^ v • ^^^^••^^^•^^^'-^^^•^^•r^i^^i^^i^^i^m^^mB^^f^w^iii^i^i^iifl^mi^fp PIANOH and radios traded for and ex- Don C. Preston, Hotel Phone Ofltf. 3 $8 ••**• •^^MB For. Sale—Miscellaneous (CASH AND CARKY ONLY) Redcaned, Highest Grade o 100 liBS. HBNT SCRATCH. $1.10. 100 Ibs, Tcclenncd wheat, $1:00. 100 Ibw. hiy mnah (cotton i)ae'a)» $1.85. 76 Ib». ROLLED BARLKY, 60c. MANY MORE NOT ADVERTISED BAKKRHFIELD GRAIN COMPANY Baker St2*«ot and Trwxtun Avenue 10-2S-tf Over a period of 32 years our reputa* tlon remains paramount. Prove for yourself this aBsertlon. We continue to sell feed for less than any advertised price. No limit to regular customers. No dealers, no tricks, no phones. Business la good. PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. 4-4-tf O. W WIU'TNGHAM, bouiie taorar. Ofric* 2«3 ChMUr Mtnue, Bikyiflald. _ U» SO- INCH oiJc. IR.OD tier; Kiicilyptui. "16.50 tier; cotton wood, 18.25 tier; block wood, $3.00 tier; 31! -Inch oafc wood. $4.00 tier; cotton wood, $9.75 it or; block *ood. $2.rfl tier. 470 WasAtncton Olid tic. IMione 8 20 2. 100 pounds mash, in cloth bags, 100 pounds Bcrutch, $1.10. 100 pounda cracked Indian corn QANN & ROSS. Oildale, in $1.85. $1.20. 12-6-tf Ford coupe, $325. ll»3i Ford sedan, $376. 1931 EJsnex coupe. $27E. 1931 Ford truck, $395. 1932 Ford pickup (delivery, .1495. Three Fords, your choice, for $25. CAR LOT Sixteenth and Chester Phone (Opposite Courthouse) J58 WANTED— Woman between IT and 25. Boom, board and amall wage. Phone B407-W. MIDDLE-AGED woman w«nu houuwork by hour, day. Keferencea. Telephone 2970. _ 141 WANTED— Laundry work. Carefully done. Alio homework, by day or Jiour. Mable Jadwln, 2420 Q itrcet. Phone 2T98-IU _ For Rent~Roomfl HOTEL I*A $3 a week H atieet. ^ ^ — — ^ — ^^ ^^^— 1929 Chrysler 65 sport coupe, $280. 1928 Chrysler "72* de luxe roadster, 6 -wire \rtieels, $295. 1927 Chrysler 60 sport roadster, $150. 1928 Bulck standard coupe,- $235. TOP PRICES PAID FOH AUTOS Chester at 24th. Phone B82t. 158 , under new management. Boomi and up. Hot and cold water. 1721 KO TO ccenlleman. Very dealrable room, wttb bath, prlrate entrance, uie of phone. Alto ffarag*. Mull be ieen to be appreciated. Call 381S-M. _ 141 31E\VI*Y furnlihcd rooms. Hot and cold water. Attract Ire weekly ratn. TreHa Chrl ttopberion. proprietor. 2103 !• street. Manila Iloiel. _ For Ren t— Rooms With Board ttOOM and board, (9.50 per week. Comfortable rooms, pleasant surroundings. EYea parkin r. Alia iraoiltat dtnaeri. 00 eeatt. SOU leenth ttwt. Telephone P87. WANTED— Four young women ' to occupy two nice bedrooms, room and board. f25 etch. Homo romforti. 2225 Klghteenth itrcet. 140 ^ JF or Re nt— fl o uses COMFORTABLE 2 -room cottacei for two. 12.00. $2,50 week; Ilghti, water free. Three rallei emt w EcUion hi ill-* ay. Ualnbow Service Station. _ 143 FOR RENT UNFURNISHED G.-room houses, clean nnd modern, * at $25.00 per month. 4-room modern house, 520.00. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1813 Chester Avenuo Phone 1295 _ 1-5-tf KOH KENT^-rnfurn Jibed 4-room house at 400 1C meet. Apply 322 F itreet. Phone 1437-W. _ 140 THREE-ROOM unfurnished house, $10 per month. Also 5-room unfurnished house, modern, reasonable. Phono 717. _ 140 FOR RENT—One 6 -room houie, flfl.OO. water paid; one 4-room haute, (11.00. waler piAU. Apply 330 Eiu Nineteenth itreet, Bakerifleld. _ 141 FOR RENT— 5-room modern houie. Highland Park, {23; 5 -room modern house, Ore en Acres, room 250 chickens, $20; S-room modem house, V strcpt. t25. Phono 383. _ 1-0-tf 1XTVELY furnished four, five and nine roomH with garages. Two blocks from high and grammar schools. 1019 Orange Rtreet. _ KK\V 4-room collage in court In Kut Bakers- fleld. Oven luffed furniture, automatic heater. Qarace. Large yard. Rent rhcap. Phone 151T-W. FIVE-ROOM imfumiihed houso, $15; 4-room fur- nliherl house, $18; 3 -room furnished. 110.00, Apply 20U5 'JVtmy-gcroml itreet. Ilione 3(Ul-\V. FIVE-IIOOM well furnished house. J32.00. Water paid, laao Kern street. Phone 2700. 11)29 De Soto de luxe roadster, ¥295. 1929 Chevrolet roadster, $175. 1926 Nash standard sedan, $85. 1928 Essex coupe, new paint, $126. 1929 Ford sport roadster, 8 wire wheel* nnd trunk rack, $175. 1931 De Boto de luxe coupe, $460. 1930 Nash coupe, $386. 1409 ISth St. _ Phone 831. _ 158 CADILLAC SEDAN Brand now, factory guarantee, at tremendous discount. Cadillac Agency, Chester at 22nd. _ 158 JACK SKZ— 1930 Ford sport coupe, an exceptional value, at $225. Trucks— Trades — Terms PAT'S CAR MARKET Phono 1724 2316 Chester Avenue _ Jack Bundy, Manager _ 168 FOR HALE-- 10 31 Ford de luxe roadster. Air wheeU. Phone 4752. 420 Bernard street. 148 JKIUGbASB' DKPENDABI>K CHEAP CARS. 2103 I 1936 Ford rlellTery. $23: 1827 Star coach, S80. Ltte 1937 Hudson roach; A-l shape: has had best of care. Five U. B. Royal tires. $178. For Sale— Furniture 'SINGER sewSnff machine, $12:fcO. Studio couch. $12.75. * Fiber baby crib, $5. IVAN L. HAMM Phone 841 1100 18th St. 1&S 3-PIECK Valour oven luffed set. UKe new. 2-i.leco tapestry set, $23.50; 3-pleco reed set, (15. Ill ih- oven RU ratine. (7.00. Dull Furniture Kxchanf(». 2105 Chester avenue. 144 BAIIGAIN on tntttr t'lien, icalei, caih meat *llccr, rpitourant fixture*. Complete. New and ustJ. fthowcaie safe. 800 Baker. 160 WOO7>—R em«mberr«opl«'fWood Yard. . A?l kinds, delivered, h on fit measure. 13.60 .par tier wit! up. 1729 Pacific ilroat. X'hoiiB 2306. 1*1 PFIEFFEIt & KNAPP'S WASHING MACHINE SERVICE Service on all makes. New nnd used wash firs at blfr bargains. 1001 NJles street. Phone 4132-VV. 158 OAK WOOD, all iltu tod length*, for flreplncw and etovei. Guaranteed quality, and prompt tfollTtry. Mews' Ice DettTeiy. Phono 1808. 161 AUTO painting, $12.50 to $26; body and fender work. Prires right. Auto repairing. Trent Paint and Hepalr Shop, California tod Baker. Phone 367I-W. 159 FOH BALE—Good piano for small balance due. Moat any tor mi. For Inspection privilege writ* Jack Miller, adjuster, 330 South Benton Way, FOU WALK—A water tower to cool milk for dairy, I will built It up to use again In good condition. Ree dairyman, Tow no ranch % mllo south of Vliiflund School. 3<1 ALFALFA wtd. 08 per cent pure. Slightly discolored by September raJn, otherwise first elm urad. lOo pound. Cerro. lioute 3. Wlble Boad, KakerafleJd. ^^ 185 JO1TN DKEKE tractor, plow, disc and scraper. $1*000.00 worth of machinery for $530.00 cosh. , Also inan of 4 and 5-yoar-oM mules with bar$250.00. See them at work. Addresa P. O. KAIJJ—Medium sized water tank w>iJ (ower. Also nvvriluffftd suite. 8-piere; two VlrUoUs and records. Uulck touring car. 1025. 100-pound Ice 435 Heard i Toy irenup, Rival-view. Legal Notices NOTICE Or THE HEAftINO ftCPOftT OF VIEWERS ON PftOPOtKD ROAD No. 7ft9. r F •*•* . Office of the Clerk of th* Board of Supervisors of the County ot K«rjn, State of California. To All Non-Consenting- Owner* of the Hereinafter Described Lands, T»k« Notice; That the report of viewer* heretofore appointed by the, above-named Hoard to view and lay out proposed County Konfl No, 7C9 commencing at a point in the northwest quarter of Section Eleven (11),.Township Twenty** nine (29) South, Banga Twenty-nine <2») Bant, M. D, M., from which point the northeast corner of Section Two (2) of Bald Township and ti&ntfe, bears N. 29* 64' 30" E., a dlaUuice of 7290.47 feet, and running thence B. 43* £6' 30" J3., a distance of 168,86 feet, thence on and'along u circular curve of 500 ft* radius, concave to the southwest, a distance of 386.69 feet, thence 8. 0* 21' 30" W.. a distance of .827.01 feet, thence on and along « cJrcular curve of 3200 ft. radius, concave to the northeast, A distance of 592.71 feet, thence S. 27• G6' SO" E., a distance of 1821.41 feet, to Station "A," thence on and along a circular curve of 280 ft. radius, concave to the northeast, a distance of 407.49 feet to Intersect the California Stute Highway. Also, beginning at-.Station **A," and running thence S. 27* 56* 30" E., a distance of 2.40 feet, thence on and along a circular <:urve of 220 ft. radius, concave to the northwest a distance of 370.8& feet to Intersect the California State Highway, has been set down for hearing by the said Board of Supervisors nt their rooms In the County Court House in the City oC Baiters- said County and State for Jan- 16, 1938, at 11 o'clock A. M Legal Notices ai(^^^^^B^as^^s^^sf^^^^i^^B*^sP^^^i§^'i^^>i^^jp^( where Any .and a3J Interested therein may apear and make objection thereto Jf deemed proper. The said road will pass ovur, through and upon lands owned by: Estate of Louis Olceee. By order .of the Board of Supervisors -of tbe County of Kern, State of California, made December 27, 1982. V. B. SMITH. County Clerk and ex-Offtdo Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. JJfi Professional Cards ^^t^^^j^-^^^^^^^^j^^^^^p^^^^^^^^^^^^^j^^j^^^^-^^^^j^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^F^^^^^^^^^^^f JOHN W. CULLItON PUBMC ACCOUNTANT IKCOMB TAX BEBVlOfl, AUDITS, Bu1U 108, JPzoToistonil Building 4561 . Legal Notices Legal Notices r ^^^^^^^ _ ^& _K _^K ^K - __^K _^^B_ _^^B_ ^^H_ DR. B. BUZAN Piltner Ortdutto CHI&OPBACTQtt oc. Jan. 12, incl- field, uary .. SALE OF GOODS HELD FO* STORAGE \ Notice is hereby given to G. W. Collard, formerly of East Bakersfleld, .and to Mrs. R. N. Russell, whose last Known address was 2128 Main St., Baker, Oregon, that goods held for storage by R. L, Qutacy at 708 Humboldt St., Baat Baxersfieldj since July 8th, 1620, will be aold at public sale February 4, 1088. at 2000 Twentieth street, Bafcersfield, for costs of etomge and Advertising. , R. X*. QUXNCY, By Mrs. M. C. Qulncy, his agent Jan. 6 to 10, Ino, * ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS, SAKERSFIELO INVESTMENT COMPANY. V The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Bakersneld Investment Company wlH be held In the.of- &G9 ot Taylor & TfljOor, 1600 Chester Avenue, City of BakersfJelfl, 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 come before said meeting. Dated January 1, 1933. E, U SOLOMON. Secretary. Jan. 6 to 1«, jncl. Cwnplcto Electrotherapj Service. Foot Correct loni Uouri, 30 to 19 t. m. ( 2 lo B. T to B p. m. Aoomi 111-119-110 Morjwi Bulldlnf 1711 Ch«t«r Avonnt T«l«plKm« CB16 Lady Business Cards SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINET SWEATS BKDUCIKO Colon » c XrrlvatJon INSTITUTE OF HYDnOTHftEUPX 1812 F Street 0 a, m. to B p. m. Phone »0« t LAUNDRY SERVICE I*undv B«Tic8 Unexcelled—That Is Our Blofao Ten Different Services and Zoric OdorlBH Drr<<Qle«nlnv CITIZENS LAUNDRY Blitfrcntb and O Street! • F&on* 251 • "' " ' • — . . / i •. i. ... __t, BOB WELCH RIDING ACADEMY . County Road Park. Phone 8713-11-11 Well-trained saddle horses, 75 cents hour, offer—week-dayi only, this ad and CO cents entitles bearer to one hour's ride. Roraofl boufht and QUESTIONS ON INDIA Poultry and Livestock ^f^^^g^^^fj^^^^^^f^^f^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^j^^^^^^^^^^^^^*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^*^^^^ p ^ r ^^ f ^^f^'^^^^ r ^^^^^f^^^ r ^^ f ^^f^^f^^^^^^ f ^r^^r^^r^^f^^^^^^^^f^^^^^^^^f^^f^^^^^f^^^^^^^^f^^ head saddle horses for aale, f30 and up. JI crew rented by hour or day. BOO California avenue, or call 998. HI KKllN COUNTY HAD JUT ASSN, sestion, January 10, at A*, building, Kern County Hlgli Bcbool, 7 :30 p. m. Professor J. Hanks will rtliruu concentrated feeds. 140 KOH HALE — 15 doe Most of them have young. Alio 4 bucks. J. R. Hood, Boute 1. Box 60. _ no FOR SAU2— 130 ^*bfte Leghorn- laying hens. Phone Sl-P-lg. _ m A WKLL-RROKK Brntlo pinto aaddlo horie for sale. Phono IQPB-W. _ 146 FOU HAI«K~-On» gentle saddle hr>rie. cheap. Ko. j^ llorr]! Lane, near Peardsley jchgol^ KOAV booking orders for nmSmoth brnDxe baby turkfys. J>o not delay. 1*1 ace your order* QOW for early Mm It 5. Alio tome oil btirnlnr Incuba- tori, rlcctrlti brooders and breeding Tomi for sole, Yates Turkey Ranch. Shaffer, Calif. 145 HORIZONTAL ITo impel. 6 Capital of Indian Empire 10 Paper mulberry. 14 P»Tt of a Udder, 15 Genue of •lugs. 16 Burden. 17 Poisonous ptomaine. 19 Who controls India? 21 Silkworm. 22 English* coin. 23 Female host. 27 Little oak trees. 3,1 Calamities. 32 Hidden treasure. 34 Coin Kilt. 36 Born. 36 Cover. 37 Unit. 38 To eat sparingly. 40 Grows weary. 42 Gaiter. 43 Not paved. 46 Brooks. 47 Male. Answer !• Paid* acsas 48 Pastry. 49 Set cf drawers. 63 To conciliate. 57 Last word of a prayer. 58 Name of a book. 60 A real. 61 To value, 6 2 Craftier. 63 Slender. VERTICAL 1 Pitcher. 2 To regret 1 exceed! ugly. African ante* lope. 4 Various herons. Language of the Danes. Before. 7 Chinese meat* ure. 5 Quoit target. 9 Invasion, 10 Sums. 11 Blackbird of the cuckoo- family. 12 Matter from a sore. IS Tree having tough wood. 18 Wrath. ^ 20 To annoy. 23 What people arc the majority to India? 24 Liquid part of fat. 26 To slumber. 26 Compact. 27 Public quiet. 28 To run away. 29 Pertaining to tone. 30 Lets it stand. 93 Atmosphere. 39 Worsted cloth 40 Dogmas. 41 Evening 42 Scoffs. 44 Mover's truck 4 6 Frost bite. 49 Vehicle. 60 Eucharist sel. 51 Wager. 62 Sesame. 63 Beer. 64 To be ill. 65 Capuchin key. 56 Tree, genus Ulmus. 69 Seventh note. PIANO TUNING Factory Registered Tuner $8.50 Satisfaction Guaranteed CAUL A. UYHD Phon* 130S-M 980 Truxtun A*>nu« ^^— —•—____^_ _ — .__— — .. — — • w—•—^•^^••^^rw^ • • I • ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^~ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^P^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 1 DR. W. TOM POLLOCK A Palmar Chiropractor ujn: "You can be well." Letjilm help you. On* raontb'i seryieo for $13 Over Hughes Drug Store Nlnttetnth and Chetter Phone Legal Notices ORDINANCE No. 249 mtth res- ttOEf Wanted to Buy-Miscellaneous TVANTfcD to buy, good second-hand saddles. Paul Hornung, 1C06 Kine- teonth street. _ 144 WANTED— Oooil family cow. Must be cheap (ot Kcute 3. BOK 530. WANT to buy cub rtfbitr, iralei, meat illcrn. ihowcaici. etoro, office, reitiunnt equipment, adding michtntB and typewriter!. 808 Baker •treat. Phone 2130. __ 144 WANTED 2500 4 or 0-foot trips itaket. L*kern Pwrni Co, Phrna 4316. Corner XJnlon wirt Truxtun »Ttmi». P. O. HQK »T1. 141 For Exchange— Miscellaneous 1928 CHEVROLET coupe, clear, good runnlnc condition nnd .lomn ctih, to trade for 1030 or 1931 Model "A" Ford or Chevrolet coup«. Or your equity In nme. Phone fitHT. 141 trade itood horso for good muls. Difference in fiih. Miko Glmlnlanl. 1*4. nll«i vr«it of Orcenfifhl on T»ft hlihwar. AN ORDINANCE OP THE COUNTY OP KERN, STATE OF CALIFOU- NIA, AMENDING ORDINANCE No. 31J OP SAID COUNTY, BY AMENDING SECTIONS TWO Al^D FOUR THEREOF, RELATING TO THE NATURE OF INTERIM REGULATIONS ADOPTED BY SAID ORDINANCE AND TO PENALTIES FOR ANY VIOLATION OK THE PROVISIONS OF SAID ORDINANCE, AND BY ADDING FIVE NEW SECTIONS TO SAID ORDINANCE, TO BE DESIGNATED SECTIONS 8A, 3fc. 3C. 3D, AND 3E. RESPECTIVELY, ESTABLISHING INTERIM ZONK DISTRICT NUMBER ONE OF SAID COUNTY. PRESCRIBING THE CLASSES OP BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES AND THE USES THEREOF PKU- MITT1SD IN SAID INTERIM ZONE DISTRICT NUMBER ONE, REQUIRING CERTAIN BUILDING PERMITS THEREIN, SPECIFYING THE PROCEDURE THEREOF AND PESCUTBJXG THE DUTIES OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. THE COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION AND THE COUNTY S1T- 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 hereby declares !t to be its Intention to proceed -with the consideration of the aforesaid tentative report or reports, when the same shall have been rnnde t and .to adopt a zoning or districting plan for said County In the manner prescribed by law. Said Board of Supervisors hereby ffnds that, owing to the great territorial extent of eaid County and the necessity for careful studies and thorough analyses of facts in the 'preparation of the aforesaid eoningr or districting plan, considerable time will necessarily elapse before said plan or any substantial part thereof will be before said Board for consideration, and that cert.iln regulations of an Interim nature, affectlnpr the use of land, buildings nnd prenn>es, the construction of buildings and other structures, the height of buildings and other structures, the open spaces about buildings and other structures and the location of certain buildings and other structures with respect to certain traffic thoroughfares, all In certain specified areas, are necessary to ba adopted at this time in order to protect the public Interest, health, comfort and convenience and to preserve the public peace* safety, morals, order and welfare pending the preparation and adoption of the aforesaid zoning or districting plan. Said ropulatlons are hereinafter In this nrdlnnnrp Fet fnrth. nnd constitute .Sections 3,. So., 3b and certain other «octlons thereof, cadh of -which other 'Ions. Is designated by the numeral folio-wed by a letter of the alphabet. , • section 2 A no\v section is hereby added to eald ordinance., to be doslcnatftd as Section a-a, and lo read a» follows, to-SK/lt: . Section 3a). No person, firm or corporation ahal) hereafter erect, construct, , convert, ft Her, add to, enlarge or move any or structure nor use *ny ianfl, _ or premises In Interim Zone (strict Number One, a« hereinafter designated, .for any purpose other than is included In .the following 1 itet of permitted uses; . (a). Designation of Interim .Zone District Number One; 1. An area consisting- of all of that property which lies witmn'a, distance ot two hundred (200) feet from the exterior boundaries of that road or was commonly known as Golden Highway and of -Golden State Avenue, beGir California State Highway Route K umber ataur, as designated by tho Division of Highways, Department of Public Works, State of California, including any changes hereafter made In the locations thereof and including *U1 rights ol way cervine as means ot traffic interchange wfth roads, streets or hijphtvays intersecting said Oolden State Highway and Golden State Avo- nuo, as aforesaid, between tbe north boundary lino of Sec. 10, T. 29 S., K. ,27 B. f M.D.M.. and the northerly boundary of the City -of Bokerafleld as the Baine now exists or may hereafter be changed. b) Permitted uses: 1) One-family, two-family and multiple dwellings. . 2) Hotels and automobile camps. 3) Schools, libraries, parks, play* grounds and churches. 4) All agricultural uses except hog farms. 5) Stores, shops and offices for the conduct of any retail business. 6) Uses which, in the opinion of the County Planning Commission, are suitable to tho .character of the district and will not be injurious to tho public welfare. 7) Automobile service -stations,, public garages and automobile repair ahopn, but not including automobile wrecking or the storage of used automobile parts or of Junk, and not Including used car markets unless the same are conducted In each caso In a building: enclosed on all sides. S) Kxtraction of minerals or of building: materials. 9) Accessory buildings incidental to any 'of the above uses. * 10) All other uses of land and build- Ings now existing within said Interim Zone District Number One, to tho extent of such existing uses and no further, except for repairs. 11) Outdoor advertising 1 signs and structures If the same nre located only in any "business district" as defined In tho California Vehicle Act; provided, however, that any permitted place of business may display advertising signs for tho advertising only of such business, none of which sign* shall exceed twenty-four square feet Jn area, to a total area for all signs in the aggregate displayed by any ono jilaoe of business not exceeding the equivalent of one square foot for ench one foot of frontage actually occupied by such business, including the widths of driveways directly appurtenant thereto. Section 3 A new section is hereby added to said ordinance, to be designated as Section 3-b, and to read as follows, to-wlt: Section 3-b Except UB hereinafter provided, no building, structure or other Improvement shall hereafter be erected wlthjn a distance of thirty feet from the exterior boundaries of Golden State Highway and Golden State Avenue, tie aforesaid, within eald Interim 55one District Number One; provided, that the requirements of this section shall not apply to such ordinary front yard and farm fences and such Irrigation nnrt sprinkling structures and their rtppurtenancea as, In opinion of the County Planning Commission, will not unduly interfere with tho purposes of this section, namely, the provision along snld highway of such space for traffic movement, pedestrian pnfiflnge and for the protection of the safety of the same as may be neces.sary for the use of tho property abutting thereon. Section 4 A new section la hereby added to said ordinance, to be designated as Section 3-c, and to read ap follows, to-wlt: Section 3-c. No building, structure or other Improvement, except buildings, structures or other Improvements designated and/or intended to be used for agricultural purposes, shall be erected, constructed, converted, structunvlly altered, added to, enlarged, moved or relocated within said Interim Zone District Number One, nor shall repairs In excess of Twenty-five (35) JDollnrs In value be mado on any such building, structure or other improvement, nor shall any repairs which would change tho character of tho same be made, unless a permit for such -erection, construction, conversion, altera* tton. attention, enlarging, moving, re- InrnHnn or rpnnlrlne r-nnll first hnve Wo GASOLINE ALLEY And That Makes It Difficult By KING POUIMIOOM house, 1!1H O slrocl. Call during day. _ 146 HIGHliAND PARK modern 8-room bneement, fireplace, dmibte $27.00. 447 Ray Htruet. Phone C2C. Honry Klfmlar. 1-10-tf For Ren t— A pa YJrne n is THE BUNGLE FAMILY Apartments, Nineteenth and D. OverituffvJ furniture, rrlftldalre. 5-roora house, :i»l!i or^iKc. Apply 2031 Xlnelttmn »ueet. ETO- «i-ry store. Phone 5524-J. _ 146 SINGLE &nu double Hpurtuient, with Merplne porrli, in. Now rentlnrf for JVt.OO and *l!i!.flO. Kltarland. 2230 (; ilreet. IMwne 5H2. 1 Parental Worries TWO KOOMS luul natH'fc^ aiul dccoratml. JU. tnrludlng llglits. porch. II nth. Newly 23 21 Truxtun avenuo. 140 TOR KENT— Furnished flpartmant. $15. Cill at 21 QD Seventeenth tln-pl. 144 THTlKB-ltOOM FrnKTBirc A1»A11TMKNT. OAR. WATTR AKD OAnnAnf; PAID, fia I'KR MOxni. SOU K BTI1BKT. HI 2-rwm with prlrata $20 ana $22.50 rnnnlh. $6.00 week. KBJ, water, llnwii, ole^trlo wsihlng ma- furnished. Garagf* If rwiulred. Ttie' Woodrw. Baker and Jarkton Ureets. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^•^^^P^W^pWW^^^^p^'^^^WP^^^^^^^^^BP' THCRCl ANOTHER EXPENSIVE BIG LIMOUSINE ALMOST KAN OVER US. DERRICK THAT REMINDS ME THAT AS YOU KNOW I'VE NEVER ENVIED MY SISTER JOSIE BUT IT MAKES MY HEAD SWIM TO THINK WE STILL HAVE KLEO ON OUR HANDS AND PEGGY 18 GOING TO MAPAY A MILLIONAIRE. WELL BABE, MONEY ISN'T EVERYTHING I'VE ALWAYS FELT THAT HONESTY IS.... OH DERRICK DON'T GET Is WOUND UP ON THOSE iv/i POLITICAL THEORIES AGAIN. KLEO IS YOUNGER THAN PEGGY AND CAN TALK FOR HOURS ABOUT ART AND BOOKS AND THAT NEW ttlSCOVERY IN WRITING,,. WHAT 16 IT AGAIN? IT STARTS W(TH A •** *••» PSYCHOLOGY 1 . IT'S... WELL, LIKE ASTRONOMX AND EXPLAINS WHY PEOPLE ARE AFRAID TO FALL DOWNSTAIRS IN TH5* DARK ,ND THINGS LIKE THAT. TWO-KOOM ipirtmwit. Water, llxhti. icu paid. T'KO of phona. __lift.Off month. SSli! K street. 14Q For'.Rent-^Farm Land KOH 1YKNT--40-arro Unproved ranch. Plenty water. Home alfalfa now In, Hhone M88-R. 2500 Park Way. 140 KOU J'tttNT—JOiacro ranch near town. . Plenty water piped on land. JJarly tomftto and potato ground. Call 714 Flower street. 141 • 1 U.B. 1-10 ONE OF THE REASONS WE CAME HERE IS BECAUSE I WANTED TO &REAK UP THAT AFFAIR BETWEEN KLEO AND THAT CURLY HAIRED YOUNG MAN WHO RAN THE HAMBUROCR STAND ftACK HOME. HE HAS NOTHING, YOU MEAN. JERRY* WELL BABE HE'S A GOOD HARD WORKER AND HE'S NOT A FANATIC ON THAT NEW PAY- ME- RIGHT- NOW MOVEMENT, EITHER. JERRY'S PEOPLE ARE POOR, BUT THEY STAND FOUR SQUARE TO EVERY WIND AND ' —7 By HARRY J. TUTHILL I DON'T WANT MY DAUGHTER STANDING IN ANY WINDS, TOUR. SCOW: OTHERWISE. KLEO IS,.., THEP.E.GOES ANOTHER BI3 CAR.. THINK. OF PC6GY BEING A MILLIONAIRE AND KLEO CLEAN MAD ABOUT THAT iURGEA MAN, v ^^ •F I NO, rve NOU 7HG : TO NOPR SHACK WHICH HAS &EBKJ PADLOCKS FOR. so LOMG; BBCAUSB ITS MO FOM GOINIG IN A DOOR WHSN VCUVe GOT A SWELL- TUNMEL. aee BUT we DONJ'T WAM' ANS VOU DON'T? WHV WOT I GUESS AGAIKJ. AW ru- A WOOD SAW A SKIOW SHOVEL. WHAT IS POMS! , in), R«C, U. S. Pat. Off. ; by The Ghlca|o rfbunc. been secured from, the Comrty veyor of wtia County «f Kfem, t ettntt idhfill be Issu«a by .said C _ umyor nor* shall any permit or. license b« Issued toy any 4epartmftnt, official -or employe* ,of tho snlfl County of Kern -vested wrltSi the duty or Authority to issue permits or JVwnBes wh«re -required by law, tor th* erection, oonetruction, .conyoralon, Alteration, addition to, enlarging, jmovinir, relocation or repairing oT any l3Uim- inv, structure or other Improvement .or for the -use at any U*nd, bun dang or premises in any manner contrary to the provisions of this ordinance. Any permit or license. If ordinance, shall ba null, and void, Section 6 A no\y, section is hereby added to said ordinance, to be ,-deslKnated aa Section 3d, and to read as follows, to-wlt: V Section t-d. Every sippllcatlon for permit, aa rea-uired by Section S-Q or this ordinance, •shall bo accompanied toy drawto«« or sketches abowhw the front,- side and Tear elevations or tho oropoued building, structure ear other Improvement, or of the bulldinr, structure or other Improvement MM the same will appear After the work for which tho permit is sought ban been completed, or, In lieu sof such drawings* or sketches, shall refer ito any standard clans and Bpoclflcattons of which certified copies have theretofore been filed with the County Sur- reyor. Upon being: filed, a -copy --of eucii application for permit, together with such drawings or Rketches or such reference lo standard plans and ., specifications, shall forthwith be " transmitted- -to -the County Planning Commission, which shall consider the same In an endeavor to provide that such buildings, structures and .other Improvements .snail be BO designed and constructed that they will nbt be of unsightly, undesirable or 'obnoxious a-ppearance to the extent that they -will hinder .the orderly and harmonious development of Kern County, impair the desirability of residence. Investment, occupation or recreation in the Count# as appearing- to travelers pasnlnc 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 tho general prosperity and welfare. To this end, the County, Planning Commission shall suggest any chances in the plans of such proposed buildings, structure* or other Improvements as it jnay deem necessity to accomplish the purposes of this section, and ahall not approve any sjuch plans until It is satisfied that «uch purposes will be accomplished thereby. In case the applicant is not satisfied with the action of the County Planning Commission, he may, within thirty (30) days after such action, nppeal in writing to the Board of Supervisors. Said Board may hold a heu£in*t on isaid appeal and in any case sTiaH render its decision on said appeal within sixty (60) days after the filing thereof. No permit, as provided herein, shall be issued unless the plans filed therewith ns required in thle flection shell first have been approved by the County Planning Commission or by the Board of-.flu- pervlsorn. Upon such approval 'the County Surveyor shall Issue such permit, provided all other provisions of law have been compiled with. Every drnwlng 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 as Section 3-e, and to read as follows, to-wlt: Section 8-e. The County Planning Commission ft ha 11 In its rules prescribe the form nnd econe 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 matter Involved In each case and for a permanent "record. . Section 7 Section 4 of said Ordinance is hereby amended to rend as follows: Section 4. It shall be the duty of tho Sheriff of the County of Kern, Statd of California, and"of all officers of said County herein and /or otherwise chare fed by IHW 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 nnv of the pro- vjslons of this ordinance snail be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punishable by a fine of not more than Three Hunared (300) Dollars or by Imprisonment In the County Jail of said County of Kern for a term not exceeding thro a (3) months or by both such fine ana imprisonment. Such person,* firm or corporation shall be deemed to be guilty of a separate offense for each and every day during uny portion of which any violation of this ordinance ia committed, continued or permitted by Huch person, firm or corporation, and shall be punishable us herein provided. Any building, structure' or thing set up, erected, constructed, converted, altered, added to, enlarged, cauae to exist, repaired, relocated or moved contrary to the provisions ot this ordinance and/or any use of any land, building or premises contrary to^tlie provisions or this ordinance shall bo and the same Is hereby declared to bo a public nuisance and tho District Attorney of eald County of Kern shall, upon order of the Board of Supervisors, Immediately commence actitfh or •proceedings for the abatement nnd removal or enjolnment thereof in the manner provided by law and shall take such other steps and shall apply to such court or courts as may havejur- iHrtlctlon to grant such relief as will nbnto and remove such building or structure and restrain and enjoin any person, firm or corporation from erect- ine, constructing, converting, altering, adding to,'enlarging, causing to exist, repairing, relocating or moving any building, structure or thing contrary to tho provisions of thja ordtnanraa 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 B This ordinance shall take effect and be in force thirty (30) days after tho M! fl of JJ? Passage and shall within fifteen (15) days from the date of Its* pasHUKo be published for one -week, In The BakersfleUl Californlan, a newa- paper of general circulation printed nnd published in the said County of «u , * **. J- PHJRHY BIUTE, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, c '°,4, l lft»°/ Kern. State of California. (S73AL) P. E. SMITH. County Clerk nnd ex-offlclo Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of the i County of Kern, State of California, Slate of California, County of Kern, BH. I. P. B. SMITH, County Clerk and fex-offlclo Clork 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 nnd approved by tho chairman of said Board at'a-regular meeting thereof held on Tuesday, January 3, 1933, and that tha same was adopted by the following vote, to-wlt: » Ayes; Woollomes, Brite, Abel. Wim- nier. , Noes: None. Absent: Hart. (Seal) 7. B. BMXTH. County Clark and ex-officlo Clerk of tho Board of Supervisors. 9 to 15, incl. Jan. NOTICE OF MEETING • annual meeting of the stock K««.^ «• it f—' —,°f electing: a board of directors and to transact such other business that may oomi before the meeting, LBUAND Jan. 4 to 10, inc. J. 11UNYAN, Secretary. • .:•--'. -* 1 L ' i f-*.

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