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12 I ' * ' rt ' ' / , % / - h * , THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFOtfSlAN, WEDNESDAY, JANtJARY 11,1933 Special Announcements^ H. B. WADMAN doln( a grocery builneii at 1 'Oleander tttnue, hai told same and will not bo roiponilblt (or any bills contracted on or after January 0. 1033. 1 W1LI/ not b» 141 reioonilble for «ny debti contracted by uny ono but myielf. Signed M". Dora M. HOSR. 141 IF YOU CA1IB for a morning paper, why not the L. A. Illustrated Nowi. 45 centi per month by carrier. I'lmne 1048 or drop card to Halt- enflold hotel. Owen llcnnlst, n«ent. JANUAJIY clearance. A few lorely December (Irenes and lulti, very much reduced In price. Call after 1:80. Bunjalo Dreii Shop, 1809 Second street. Lost—Found—Strayed LOST—Mlaclt and white Collie, II raonthi' old. Chltd'a pet. Finder return to S220 Park Way, or phone IRld-M. JUwnrrt. 148 LOUT. Monday mornlnit, In Bakenfleld, man's Ele-ln wrlit watch. 1013 Oreion «treet. rhone lOliS-W. Reward. 1** Financial S8.50 PER J100 FOR 1 YEAR (NO BROKERAOE-"-NO BONUS) Minimum Insurance at Board Rates Investlsnto find Be Convinced .. CONSUMERS CREDIT CO. A Rellnblo Coast-Wide Institution C Habcrfeldo Arcade Bids. Phone 106S 158 For Sale—Improved Farma IUNCH. of 760 acrei for leiio In South ralley. rhone C. 0. McCray, C77-J. Pork 145 SMALL, farm for sale, with new house, good water well and pumping equipment and free water rights. Phone 767-R. 142 12/1.00 WEEKLY salary during 1033 loci with 1.1 acrei. fronting Oak itreet. Garden toll, cheap water. Ideal far tiomeill*. Chlckeni and farm product!. 1600.00, $950 down. Bee contractor, Moronet hotel, For Exchange—Property^ KANSAS CITY residence, best location. Bight rooms, entirely modern. Modern garage, close In, very desirable. Will exchange for California clear property, vacant preferred. WTlto Mrs, Alberta Davis, 104 Wood street, Tart. Calif. 146 FOJl SALE or trade, for lit* model lltht car. I hare eholoe of two placet. Phone 8101-K. Ha For Sale—Automobiles S 1623 FLOYD DUNLAP 20th Street. Phono 391. 158 Business Opportunities HAVE a good opportunity for automotive electrician and mechanic, capital required. 1005 Twentieth street. 141 WANTBD—Lady partner In well paying, growlnj Duilncii. J1SOO "111 handle a real opportunity. Aridreii Hoi 007. The Callfomlan. Help Wanted—Salesmen NVAOTBD for ItawleUh routei of 800 con- lumert In and near city of nakenfleld, countlei of Bail Kern. Inyo and parti of Santa Barbara, tellable huitler can itart earning »23 weekly and increase every month. Write Immediately. IlawlcUh Company, Department CA-l-S, Oakland, Calif. ————=== Situations Wanted—Male 1832 Chev, coupe, 7000 miles, $495. 1831 Chev. coach, new rubber, $395. 1929 Chev, coupes, ready to go, $185. 1932 Plymouth sedan, 0 w. w., $405. 1930 Oakl'd spt. coupe, 6 w. w., $395. 1930 Bulck standard coupe, $435. 1929 Chrysler 76 sport coupe, $295. 1931 Ford do luxe roadster, $295. For Sale—Furniture SINOER sewing machine, $12.50. Studio couch, $12.75. Fiber baby crib, $6. IVAN I* HAMM Phono 341 HOOlSthSt. 153 2-PIKCB Valour ororituKdil t»t, like new, $8.11 2-nleco tapeilry let, $82.50; 8-plem reed let, $!.'>. Itlnh-oren gai range, $7.00. Datli Furnl- turn Kschante, 3105 Cheiter aronue. 144 SHI; US for bargalni In coll iprlngi, mattreiiei, bedi, nlanoi, dining lultei; bedroom lullci and OToniuffed furniture. We have them. Claude D. Mlrmer, 1111 Nineteenth. 143 Radio, Musical Instruments PIANOS find radios traded for and exchanged. Don C. Preston, Hotel Tegeler Building. Phone 966. 158 For Sale—Miscellaneous (CASH AND CARRY ONLY) 100 Lbs., Recleaned, Highest Grade 100 LBS. HEN SCRATCH, $1.10. 100 Ibs. recleuned wheat. $1.00. 100 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bags), $1,85. 76 Ibs. ROLLED BARLEY, 80c, MANY MORE NOT ADVERTISED BAKERSFIELD GRAIN COMPANY Baker Street and Truxtun Avenue 10-28-tf TOP PRICES PAID FOR AUTOS Chester at 24th. Phone 6828 158 Over n period of 82 years our reputation remains paramount. Prove for yourself this assertion. We continue to sell feed for less than any advertised price. No limit to regular customers. No dealers, no tricks, no phones. Business Is good. PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. 0. W wlLUNOHAM, houie morer. Office 2819 Cheater a>emie. Bakerifleld, H> Wanted to Buy-Miscellaneous WANTED to buy, good second-hand saddles. Paul Hornung, 1606 Nine- teonth street. . 144 WANTED—Good family cow. eaih, lloute 3, Bon 589, lluit tat cheap for 141 WANT to buy caih rediter, italei, meat illceri, ihowoaiei, itore, office, reitaurant equipment, adding machlnei and typewrlteri. 109 Baker ilreet. llione 3180. 144 WANTED. 2300 4 or 6-foot gripe itakei. Lakern Farmi Co. Phone 461S. , Corner Union and Truitun arenne. 1*. O. Box 1871. 141 For Exchange—Miscellaneous IBM CU.KVnol.ET coupe, clear, good running condition and lome caih, to trade for 1(10 or 1081 Model "A" S\jrd or Cherrolot ooupe. Or your equity In tame. Phone 6647. 141 Legal Notices BOY wanting education will exchange work beforo and after ichool houra In exchange for room and board. Telephone 8437-M. 144 Situations Wanted—Female HOUSEKEBt'IXO, nurilng or motherleai borne to care for. Xeat and clean, unlncumbered middle- aged widow. Qo anywhere. Addreia B. M., lloute 2. DOT 45-B, or South B and ' Beil* Tcrrare. MS USED CARS FROM A DEPENDABLE DEALER 1982 DeSoto coupe, $200 down. 1931 Dodge 10-wheel truck, $300 down. 1930 Ford coupe, rumble seat, $100 down. 1981 De goto sedan, $175 down. 1929 Dodge D. A. sedan, $125 down. 1931 De goto 8 sedan, $125 down. BAKERSFIELD OARAGE USED CAR LOT Next to Fox Theater Twentieth nt O. Phono 2286 168 20-INCH oak. 15.00 tier; Kucalyptui. IS.SO tier; cotton wood, 13.25 tier; block wood. (3.00 tier; 12-Inch oak wood, 14.00 tier; cotton wood. 13,75 tier; block wood, 12.70 tier. 479 Waihlngton arenue, Olldale. Phone 8303. 141 ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OP THE BAKERSFIILD MASONIC TEMPLE ASSOCIATION. Notice la hereby given that the annual meeting of tho stockholders of the Bakersfleld Masonic Temple Association will bo held In the Masonic Temple, 1920 Eighteenth Street, Bak- ersflold, County of Kern, State of California, on January 11, 1933, at 7:80 o'clock p. m., for, the purpose of electing a board of directors to serve for the ensuing year and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting; WALTER MOHTENSEN, Secretary. Bakersfleld, Calif., Dec. 28. 1932. Dec. 28 to Jan. 11, Inol. Legal Notices NOTICE JNVITINO SEALED PRO- P08AL8 FOR ROAO OIL TO BE USED ON CITY STREETS OUR. INQ THE CALENDAR YEAR 1933. PURSUANT to an 6rtlef of th«, Council of the City of Bakersfleld Cl- reotlnrthU notice, nald Council hera- bV Invites sealed proposals or bids for the furnishing of road oil to the City of Bakersfle'd during the calehdsu' year ending December 81, 1938, for use on city 8t*teets, In accordance with specifications on file In the offloa of the City Engineer of said City. All proposals or bids shall be delivered to the City Clerk on or before B o'clock P. M., Monday, the 16th day of January, 1938, the same to be opened at a regular meeting of tho City Council at 8 o'clock^?. M. of the Bald day. Th* Council reserves the right t6 reject any or all .proposals or plds, Dat.^ January iff, m3. nIpBRi City Clerk and Bx-Offlclo CI«rk of the Council of the City of Bak- ersfleld. Jan. 11 to 16, Inc. Professional Cards JOHN W. CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 1NCOHB TAX SERVICE, AUDITS, SYSTEMS Bulls 103, Profenlonil Building Plione 4881 DR. B. BUZAN Ptlro«r Graduate CHmOPBAOTOH PalnlMl Syitero Complete Electrotherapy Sertlce, Poot Correction! Houri, 10 to li a. in., 3 to 6, 7 to 8 p. n. Room. 111-113-118 Mown Buildlni - 1711 Chuti'r Arcnui Telephone 6518 Udy Attendant Business Cards Legal Notices NOTICB 6f ANNUAL MEETING OP STOCKHOLDERS OF •AKRR8- FICtD HOME BUILDING COMPANY. _• Notice Is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Baker-field Homo Building Company will be held at the office of aatd corporation at 1926 Chester avenue, In the City ot Bakersfleld, SUte of California, on Wednesday. January 18, 1983, at the hour of 8:80 p. m., for tho purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as »nay prop- eriy come before ^eetjn^ Jan. 4 to 17, inc. Secretary. SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINET SWEATS ' KEDTJCINO Colonle Irrliatloo INSTITUTE Off HtDnorHlHUrr 1818 r Street 8 a. u. to » p. m. ' Hion« MM sections thereof, each of which other sections Is designated by the numeral "3" followed by a letter of the alphabet, , Seotlen 2 ' , A new section la hereby added to- said ordinance, to bo designated as Section 3-a, and to read as follows, to-wlt: Section 8a).. . , . . No person, firm or corporation shall hereafter erect, construct, convert, after, ndd to, enlarge or move any building or structure nor use any land, building or premises in Interim Zone District Number One, as hereinafter designated, for any purpose other than Is Included In tho following list of permitted uses) • (a). Designation of Interim Zone District Number One: • .„.,... 1. An area consisting of .all of that property which lies within a distance of two hundred (200) feet from tho exterior boundaries of that road or high- was commonly known as Golden State " ' iy\ind of Golden State Avenue, Legal Notices LAUNDRY SERVICE Laundry Serrlce Cnettelled—That Ii Out Blot in Ten Different Service! and Zorle Oilorleii Dry Cleaning CITIZENS LAUNDBY Sixteenth and o Streeti Mont 45» FOUNDER OF LAW BOB WELCH RIDING ACADEMY County Head Park. Phone 8713-B-ll Well-trained laddlohortee, 78 cent! hour. Special offer—week-dayi only, thli ad and CO oenta tntltlei boaror to ono hour'i ride. • • Horsei bought and told 100 pounds mash. In cloth bags, $1.36. 100 pounds scratch, $1.10. 100 pounds cracked Indian corn, $1.20. GANN & ROSS, Olldale, Calif. 12-6-tf BAIU1AIN on freecer caiei, icalei, caih reglileri, meat tllcer, reitiurant fliturei. Complote. New and uied. Showcaie late. 800 Baker. 190 WOOD—Remember People'i Wood Yard. All klnrti, delltered, honeit meaiure, (3.50 per tier and up. 1730 Pulflo itreet. Phone 2388. I'l W1DDLF.-AOEI) woman winta houietrork by hour, day. Iteferonrn. Telephone 3078. 14t WHITE »omin want! work, 35 centa 1-hone 1438-n. per hour. 143 YOUNG women with one child, wanti houiework In motlierlfii home. Capable of liking full charge. Can glv» reference!. Call 6085-1. For Rent—Rooms 1981 Ford coupe, $325. 1931 Ford sedan, 1375. 1931 Essex coupe, J270. 1981 Ford truck, |89G. 1932 Ford pickup delivery, |49E. Three Fords, your choice, for $25. USED CAR LOT Sixteenth and Chester Phone 116 (Opposite Courthouse) 158 TO gentleman. Very deilrable room, with bath, private entrance, uie of phone. Alto caraie. Mutt be teen to be appreciated. Call 3613-11. For Rent—Rooms With Board 1929 De Soto de luxe roadster, $295. 1929 Chevrolet roadster, $175. 1926 Nash standard sedan, $85. 1928 Essex coupe, new paint, $125. 1929 Ford sport roadster, G wire wheels and trunk rack, $175. 1931 Do Soto de luxe coupe, $460. 1930 Nash coupe, $335. 1409 18th St. Phone 831. 158 PKIEFPER & KNAPP'S WASHING MACHINE SERVICE Service on all makes. New and used washers nt big bargains. 1001 NIlOR Rtroet. Phone 4132-W. 168 OAK WOOD, all iltei and lengthi, for flreplacei and itorei. Guaranteed quality, and prompt delliery. Meari' Ice DeltTery. Phono 1808. 181 AUTO painting, $12.50 to 125; body and fender work. Prlcci right. Auto repairing. Trona Taint and Ilepalr Shop, California and Baker, rhone 3871-W. 1«9 FOn SAI.B—flood piano for imall balance due. Moil any termi. Kor Inipectlon prlrllene write lark Miller, adjuiter, 330 South Ilonton Way. Loi Ancelei. 144 .HORIZONTAL 1 Anxiety. 6 Founder of English and American law. 13 Egg-shaped. 14 Three-toed • •loth. 15 Unctuous. 16 Each (nbbr.). 17 Limb. 18 War flyers. 20 Back ot the ' neck. 22 Either. 23 Griddle cakes. 42 Hooked pro- Answer t* Previous Pusle -THroEm-Slft 1-lBDIulHHa: U'llll [•Itfft SHBHHHH SJEK1WMUB anna BWHara HWSH 21HH SnW 5-THB BOOM and board, $9.50 per week. Comfortable foomi. plemnt lurroundtngi. Fre* parking. Alio tranilent dlnneri. CO centi. 20U Nlnr- teenth ilreet. Telephone 937. 8-»7-lt WANTED—Four young women to occupy two nlc« bedroomi, room and board. $!5 each. Borne corn- fortl. 5885 Eighteenth itreel. 144 BOARD and room. In comfortable home, reuonablo rate. 2512 Eighteenth itreet. 142 For Rent—Houses COMFORTABLE 2-room eottagei for two. tt.OO. $1.50 week; llghti. nater free. Three rallei eait an Edlion highway. Rainbow Service Station. 149 FOR RENT UNFURNISHED G-room houses, clean and modern, at $25.00 per month. 4-room modern house, J20.00. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1818 Cheater Avenue Phone 1298 1-o-ti ton. HUNT— One 6-room houie, $16.00. water paid: one 4-room houie. $11.00. water paid. Apply 330 Eail Nineteenth itreet. Bakwifield. JACK SEZ: 1929 Plymouth sedan Extra clean, karl keen Trunk, a bargain, $250.00 Lots of others; compare our prlcea PAT'S CAR MARKET FOn SALE—A water tower to cool milk for dairy. I will built It up to uie again In good condition. Bee dalrymin, Towno ranch M mile louth of Vlneland School. 141 ALFALFA leed. 88 per cent pure. Bllghtly dli- colored by September rain, othemrlie tint elm iced. lOo pound. Cerro, Boute 3, Wlble Road, llftkerlfleld. IBS JOHN DBEIIB traetor, plow, (11 ic and icraper, $2000.00 worth of machinery for $150.00 caih. Alio ipan of 4 and S-yeir-old mulei with hir- neii. $250.00. Bee them at work. Addreti P. O. Box 1871, Bakenfleld. 14B Phone 1724 2318 Chester Avenuo Jack Bundy, Manager IBS MUST sacrifice my 1930 Chevrolet sedan. Will accept small car and some cash. Make me an offer. Telephone 8213-J, or see at 730 Qulncy. CADILLAC SEDAN Brand now, factory guarantee, at tremendous discount. Cadillac Agency, Chester at 22nd. IBS FOR HA1£—1931 Ford de luxe roaditw. wheeli. Phone 4753. 430 Bernard itreet. Air 143 1930 ESSEX coupe, late model, mechanically perfect. Must sell. Phone 116 botween a and 7 p. m. 142 iron BALB-Pord, 1980, 3-door iedan. Good mechanical condition. Good rubber. Private tale. Phone 3007. 143 100 TONS geod alfalfa hay In itack, JO.OO per ton; 18 toni biled oat hny, $9.00 per ton. Inquire Pliley IJroi., Waioo. H3 FOH SALE—Pulrerlzed iheep manure, 29 centi a nek, dellrered. Phone 4471-W. FOn SAtE—A-l baled dairy hay. 1128 X, itreet. Phone 23.13-W. Call B. Souza. 108 1XMI BALB—Buy Waiher. with dryer. it larrlflce. Call 111 Nlloi. Selling 143 JANUABY clearance. A few lovely December drenei and tulti, rery much reduoed In price. Call after 1:30, Bungalo Dren Shop, 1809 Second itreet. Fruits and Vegetables FANCY mountain potatoes, $1.36 a sack, at Berchtold's, 330 East Nineteenth Ktreet. Poultry and Livestock DOTJOkABB: BUY. BElt,. TRADE, CAKS. 8105 I 1630 Ford rouliter; curtains; A-l. Buy, 1100. 183T Wlllyi-Knlght touring: curtalni. Down $30. 1829 Dodge "6" coune; 6-ply tlrei. Buy, >100. SOB KENT—5-room modern houie. Highland Park, »!3: 5-room modern houie. Green Acrei, loom 390 chlckeni, >!0; S-ronm modern houie, V itreot, $39. 5-room fumlihed houie, Cherry atreet. 125.50. Water pild. 1-10-tt POUll-KOOM houie, 2114 O itreet. Call during day. H8 HIGHLrAND PARK modern 6-room cottage, basement, fireplace, double garage. $27.00. 447 Ray street. Phone C26. Henry Elssler. 1-10-tf NICELY furnished cottage, three rooms and bnth, car space. $20.00 per month. Water paid. 919 Pacific street. 142 FIVE-BOOM wtll-furnUhed home. »22.00. Water paid. 1320 Kern itreet. Phone 2700. CLOSE IN—Nlrely furnlihed I!-roorn houie, arranged tor boarder: or apartmenti. Very cheap rent. Phone 3879-W FOR ItEKT— Rmill (urnllhed houie. ttK n. FIVE-BOOM houie, nicely furnlihed. at 2009 Orange itreet. Cill 2115 Twenty-flrit itroet, or phone 5524-J. •_ 1*4 FTJBNIBHKD cabin, gai and llghti. for bachelor. $8.00 per month. 110 But Eighth. 142 For RenJ^Apartmenta SINGLE and double apartment, with.ileeplng porch. Cloie In. Now rentln* for JIB.00 and $22.50. The Rhirlincl, 2230 Ci itreet. Phone 532. 103 1929 Willys-Knight 70-B coupe, fender woll, good rubber and A-l condition. Will sell for less than wholesale value. 239 Qulncy street. Phone 4482-M. 143 C1IBVBOI.ET, 1020, phoeton. My equity, $77. bil- ance $48. Quick tale. Uko new. Bee Hlrap- *on, Hotel 8U Jamei, 1017 Nineteenth. Telephone 5331. 1929 Dulck 2-door sedan, $295. Terms. TEN held laddie horiei for nil. $30 and up. Ilonea rented by hour or day. 900 California arenue. or call 908. 141 FOB SALE—150 Phone lil-P-12. White Leghorn laying hem. 141 A \VJ<ajr,-I)«OKB gentle pinto nUJle hone for tale. Phone 1098-W. 145 NOW booking orderi for mammoth bronie baby turkeyi. Do not delay. Place your orden now for early poulli. Alio tome oil burning Incuba- tori. electric brooderi and breeding Tomi for inle. Yatei Turkey Banch. Shatter, Calif. 145 25 Photographic powder. 27 Epidermis. 28 Kettle. 30 Lair of A beast. 31 To eschew. 33 Claw of a bird of prey. 34 Inlet. 36 Destruction. 37 Green. 3 8 Transparent Ice flakes. 39 Opposite'of in. 40 Prepared lettuce. > • 41 Airplane. jection on salmon. 44 Tennls*'fence. 45 Face of a clock. 45 Equals. 48 Embroidery. 60 Preposition. 61 To shower. 03 Cupola of a building. 64 Tree. 55 Sun god. 57 Paragraph in a newspaper. 69 Second note. CO To run away. 61 Exhales. 62 Axillary. VERTICAL lln what rirer 11 Northeast. 12 Nobleman. 18 Sour. 19 Divided. 21 Everlasting. 23 To ccud. 24 Compact. 29 Strong vegetable. 27 Darker. 29 Thick' shrub. 32 Halberllke weapon. 33 Clay blocki. 35 Opposed to alee. 87 Truck. 38 Scoria ot metal. is the gigantic 41 TO languish. Hoover Dam? 43 Where Is th» cerebrt^m? 2 To affirm. 3 Tatter. 4 Deity. 6 and eggs? € Legal claim. 7 Company. 8 Kinsfolk. 9 Winning all the tricks In bridge. 10 Produced a copy of. 41 Ten cent* 46 Portion. 47 Perches. 49 Had on. 50 Toward sea. 52 Fiber knott. 64 Every. 66 Measure ot area. 68 Third note. CO Fourth note. PIANO TUNING Factory Keglitered Tuner $8.90 SatUfactlon Guaranteed • CAUL A. BYItD Phone 1809-J1 930 Truxtun Atenue Ighway ilng Ca DR. W. TOM POLLOCK A Palmer Chiropractor tayi: "Tou can be well." Lei'hlffl help you. One month'i ulTlce for 113 Over Hughes Drug Store Nineteenth and Cheiter Phone 1110-7 Legal Notices HI'AN of muln or linnoi for lale. Phone 8300. FOH SAL17—Thnroujhhred Barred Hock hem and one rooiler. Alio hen houio and poultry wire. ORDINANCE No. 249 AN ORDINANCE OP THE COUNTY OP KERN, STATE OP CALIFORNIA. AMENDING ORDINANCE No. 344 OF SAID COUNTY, BY AMENDING SECTIONS TWO AND POUR THEREOF, RELATING TO THE NATURE OF INTERIM REGULATIONS ADOPTED BY SAID ORDINANCE AND TO PENALTIES FOR ANY VIOLATION OF THE PROVISIONS OF SAID ORDINANCE, AND BY ADDING FIVE NEW SECTIONS TO SAID ORDINANCE, TO BE DESIGNATED SECTIONS 3A. SB, 3C, 3D. AND BE, RESPECTIVELY, ESTABLISHING INTERIM ZONE DISTRICT NUMBER ONE OF SAID COUNTY, PRESCRIBING THE CLASSES OF 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 PESCRIBING THE DUTIES OF THE BOARD OP SUPERVISORS, 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 snld Board of Supervisors hereby declares it to be Its intention to proceed with the consideration of the aforesaid tentative report or reports, when the same shall have been made, and to adopt a zoning or districting plan for said County In the manner -prescribed by law. Said Board of Supervisors hereby finds that, owing to the great territorial extent of said County and the necessity for careful studies and thorough analyses of facts In the preparation of the aforesaid zoning or districting plan, considerable time will necessarily elapse before salrt plan or any substantial part thereof will be before said Board for consideration, and that certain regulations of an Interim nature, affecting the use of land, buildings and premises, tho construction of buildings and other structures, the height of buildings and other structures, tho open spaces about buildings and other structures iinrl the .location of certain buildings and other-structures with respect to certain traffic thoroughfares, all In certain specified areas, are necessary to bo adopted at this time In order to protect the public Interest, health, comfort and convenience and to preserve tho public peace, safety, moralu, order and welfare pending the preparation and adoption of tho aforesaid zoning or districting plan. Said regulations ore hereinafter In this ordinance set forth, and constitute Spotlnna 3. 3n. 3h nnd rftrtqln other befng California State Highway Route Number Pour, as designated by the Division of Highways, Department of Public Works, State of California, Including any changes hereafter made In the locations, thereof and Including all rights of way serving as means of traffic Interchange with r6ads, streets or highways Intersecting said Golden State Highway and Golden State Avenue, as aforesaid, between the north boundary line of > Sec. 10, T. 29 S., R. 27 E., M.D.M., and tho northerly boundary of tho City of Bakorsfleld as the same now exists or may hereafter bo changed, b) Permitted uses: 1) One-family, two-family and multiple dwellings. 2) Hotels and automobile camps, 3) Schools, libraries, parks, playgrounds and. churches, 4) All agricultural uses except hog 5) Stores, shops and offices (or 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 the public welfare. 7) Automobile service stations, public garages and automobile repair shops, 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 case in a building enclosed on all sides. 8) Extraction of minerals or of building materials. permit shall be Issued by Bald County, Surveyor nor shall any permit or license be Issued by any department, official or employee of the said County • of Kern vested with the duty or authority to Issue permits or licenses where required by law, for the erection, construction, conversion, alteration, addition to, enlarging, moving-, relocation or repairing of any building, structure or other improvement 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. It Issued In conflict with the provisions of this ordinance, shall be null and void. Section 5 *• A new section Is hereby added to said ordinance, to be designated as Section 3d, and. to read as follows, to-wlt: Section 3-d. Every application for a permit, as required by Section 3A! of this ordinance, shall be accompanied by drawings or sketches showing the-front, side and rear elevations of tho proposed building, structure or other Improvement, or of the building, structure or other Improvement as the same will appear after the w6rk for which the permit is sought • has been completed, or, In lieu of such refer to drawings or sketches, shall ._ any standard plans and specifications of which certified copies have thereto' n filed with the County Sur- Upon being filed, a copy or fore'been veyor. TJ, ...... such application for per: with such drawings or mlt sit I , together ketches or sLAccessory buildings Incidental to any of the above uses. 10) All other uses of land and buildings now existing within said Interim Zone District Number One, to the extant of such existing usoa and no further, except for repairs. 11) Outdoor advertising slgng and structures If tho same are located only in any "business district" as defined In the California Vehicle Act; provided, however, that any permitted place of business may display advertising signs for the advertising only of such business, none of which signs shall exceed twenty-four square feet In area, to a total area for all signs In the aggregate displayed by nny ono place of business not exceeding tho equivalent of one square foot for each one foot of frontage actually occupied by such business, Including the wldthn of driveways dlrocrtly appurtenant thereto. Section 3 A new section Is hereby added to said ordinance, to be designated as Section 3-b. and to read aa follows, to-wlt: Section 8-b Except as hereinafter provided, no building, structure or other Improvement shall hereafter bo erected within a distance of thirty feet from the exterior boundaries of Golden State Highway and Golden State Avenue, as aforesaid, 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 nppurtermnces as, in opinion of the County Planning Commission, will not unduly Interfere with the purposes of thin section, namely, the provision along said highway of such space for traffic movement, pedestrian passage and for the protection of the safety of the same as may bo necessary for the use of the property abutting thereon. Section 4 A new section Is hereby added to said ordinance, to bo designated as Section 3-c, and to read as follows, such reference to standard plans and specifications, shall forthwith be. transmitted to tho County Planntnr Commission, which shall consider tlie same In nn 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 obnoxious appearance to tho extent that they will hinder the orderly and harmonious development of Kern County, Impair the desirability of residence. Investment, occupation or recreation In the County as appearing to travelers passing 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 the. plans of sucH pro- . posed 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 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, appeal In writing to the Board of Supervisors. Said Board may hold a hearing on said appeal and in any case shall render Us decision on said appeal within sixty (60) days after tho filing thereof. No permit, as pror- vldcd herein, shall be issued unless the'plans filed therewith as required In this section shall tlrsti have been approved by the County Planning Commission or by the Board of Supervisors. Upon such approval the County Surveyor shall Issue such permit, provided all other provisions* of law havo been complied with. Every drawing or sketch filed under the provisions of this 1 section shall become a part of the permanent records of tho 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 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 matter involved In each case and for a permanent record. Section 7 Section 4 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 tnls ordinance to enforce this to-wit: Section S-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, structurally altered, added to, enlarged, moved or relocated within said Interim Zone District Number One, nor shall repairs In excess.of Twenty-five (25) Dollars In value 'be made on any such building, structure or other improvement, nor shall any 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 have been secured from the County Sur- vevnr nf »nM Cnnntv of. TOrn. No GASOLINE ALLEY Nuts and Bolts From the Blue By KING FOR RENT—Furnlihed apartment. 2100 ReTrnteenth iln>et. $19. Call at 144 THBKE-ROOM FIIIlNlSIlF.n APARTMENT. OA8. WATKtt AND (1A1U1AOK PAID. $18 PBR MONTH. SOU B S'fltKET. 141 HEUE It IB, a clean, cozy, convenient apartment. three rooms, bnth, Kcreen porch, and garage. Number 1525 Thirteenth Ktreet. 144 FUHNIKHED aparlmcnti for rent, fery clielp. Cabins. $2.50 per \veok. £207 H struct. FOIt RENT—-2-room ainrtractit, $12 a month. \Vatfr. Unlit ami ea« paid. 1028 Pii-IMr ttrwt. GOLLS, DO. SOO MEA,Nl AT? I WOULDN'T TOUCH THAT OLD CAM AGA.IM FOR A M1U-ION BOCKS. IF VOO KIDS WAMT IT— HELP >TOURSELP! GEE, HIS STEERING GEAR IS OUT PF KILTER! WOULD SOU LOOK AT THAT CAR WOBBLE OOWM STREET; .IUf.US.Pat.q«.iCop]rrlrt ly Tb< OilCafO Ttlbuu For Rent—Farm Land RENT—10-acre ranch near town. Plenty water piped on land. Enrly tomato and potato ground. Call 714 Flower street. 141 For Sale—Improved Property IN CA8A LOMA ACRKH. 5-BOOM HOUSE FOR SALE WITH Ml) Y011NCI WHITB LEGHORN CHICKEN'S. KICK II F. RM1TTI. P1IOXE 118. 17M CHKKTKll AVBNt'K. ONE 5-KOO.M ANH ONK ll-UOOM HOUBK ON ACHE TRA(!TH. IN CABA LOMA ACHED. KASV TKHMH. KKB H. F. SMITH. 172.1 CHESTER AVENTIK. I'HONB 118. W ordinance and all the provisions of the same. Any person, firm or corporation, whether as principal, agent, emplojteo or otherwise, violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punishable by «• fine of not more than Three Hundred (300) Dollars or by Imprisonment In tho County Jail of said County of Kern for a term not exceeding three (8) months or by both such fine and , Imprisonment. Such person, firm or corporation shall be deemed to bo» 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 bo punishable as heroin provided. Any building, atructuro 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 thu provisions of this 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 ot Supervisors, Immediately commence action or proceedings for the abatement and removal or enjolnment thereof In s the manner provided by law and shall take such other steps and shall apply to such court or courts as may have Jur- iRdlctlon to grant such relief as will abate and remove such building or structure and restrain and enjoin any person, firm or corporation from erect- Ing, constructing, converting, altering, adding to, enlarging, causing to exist, repairing, relocating 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 tho provisions of this ordinance. • The remedies provided for herein shall be cumulative and not exclusive. Section 8 • This ordinance shall take effect and be In force thirty (30) days after tho date of Its passage and shall within fifteen (15) days from the date of Itn passage be published for one week, in The' Bakersfleld California!!", a Jiews-j paper of general circulation printed and published In tho said County of Kern. , J. PERHT BRITE. Chairman of tho Board of Supervisors, County of Kern, State of California. (SEAL) F. E. SMITH. County Clerk and ex-offlcio Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State of California. THE BUNGLE FAMILY Advice By HARRY J. TUTHILL BEAUTIFUL D-room houir. Hardwood (loon, tllo link. IUU-»rre eround. Cheap witer. Chicken houie and luni for 230 rhlckeni. Cow barn. Mortfige eornpiny ityi lell for S2630. Eny itrmi. Howard Nichols, Ini., 1508 Nineteenth. 1-10-tf FOR SALE—5 Ht-res, Improved, with 3-room houne, family orchard, chicken equipment, strawberries, good well nnd pump. All for J2500. Elmer J<\ Kurpc. Phono 210. 1617 Eighteenth street. 1-D-U PESGY DEAR I'M , GLAD TO SEE YOU I WEARING YOUR ENCASEMENT RINX3 AGAIN. AND I FEEL GOOD TO KNOW YOU HAVE SENSIBLY STRAIGHTENED | .THINGS OUT \ WITH BOB V GRUBBER. WELL MOTHER 1 DON"n FEEL SO GOOD ABOUT IT. I'M SURE FROM THE WAY BOB * ACTED THAT HIS FOLKS ARE NOT EXACTLY WILD ABOUT ME. FOH 1U2NT—Clilckei^ ranch do luxe, four acrei of fat'it lull In Kern county. 0-room modern hoqie, tmn uumplttg plant, tand all eoncrete-pipeu. LAtuit mortel chicken houiei to houie 1000 chick- ! Mil. Juit (julfiile city limit a. $80. by thii j mmith. or f?r> <xi ycftr leuE4. liowaid Nlchnlu. loo., 1(08 NlneWonUi. 1-11-U I WHY PEGGY BUNGLE, WHAT A NOTION. NATURALLY OF COURSE, HIS FOLKS ARE A LITTLE BIT...WELL. MIFFED, BUT THAT'S BECAUSE: BOB WAS SO....BASHFUL rr. ABOUT UTELLINQ Y THEM ( HE WAS V ENGAGED. THAT PART OF IT, TOO, GOT ON MY NERVES. HE SEEMS SO.... AFRAID OF THEM. OH I WOULDN T EXACTLY SAY HE WAS AFRAID OF THEM, PEGGY. HE'S JUST....ANYHOW IT/' WILL BE EASY TO CHANGE ALL THAT LATER ON.. ALL MEN, SORT OF HAVE A WEAKNESS FOR LISTENING TO.... WELL, OTHERS, BEFORE THEY'RE MARRIED. THE WHOLE AFFAIR. MAKES ME FEEL AS THOUGH , THE GrVUBBERS WELL PEGGY. UNTIL AFTEP. SHE'fc MARRIED, A GlrVL JUST HAS TO BE PATIENT WITH RELATIVES -IN-LAW. I WENT THROUGH A LOT OF THAT WITH YOUR FATHER'S PEOPLE. SO I KNOW HOW EASY] IT IS TO IRON OUT THOSE, AFFAIRS... AFTER THE, WEDDINS, WELL MAYBE THINGS WILL TURN OUT ALL RIGHT. ANYHOW I HOPE SQ. BECAUSE WELL, I KNOW HOW YOU HAVE MIND SET ON....ON ' .EVERYTHING Udngfttt ayntueu, Ian, if. yl State of California, County of Kern, as. I. F. B. SMITH, County Cleric and ex-officlo Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of • the County of Kern, do hereby certify that the foregoing Ordinance No. 249, was passed and adopted by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern nnd signed and approved by thu'Chairman of said Board ut u regular meeting thereof held on TueBday, January 8, 1933, and that tho same was adopted by the following vote, to-wlt: Ayes: Woollomes, Brlte, Abel, Trimmer. Noes: None. ' Absent: Hart. (Seal) F. IS. SMITH, County Clerk and ex-officlo Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. Jan. 9 to 14, Incl. . NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING, KERN COUNTY MUTUAL BUILD- , INQ AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, T ,1'»e regular annual meeting of the Kern County Mutual Building and Irfmn Association will be held Tues- ilny, January 24th, 1SI33, at 8 o'clock ft I"" 1 i 3 °#'?.S at 803 Baker street, Bnkersfleld, California, for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors to nerve for the ensuing year, nnd the transaction of such other business an • may come regularly before the meet* '"?• I.. „ ARTHUR S. CRITBS Jan. 10 to 21, Inol. Secretary. f il

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