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Bakersfield, California
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.' "'K- ^ 7*' " ''' to THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFOANIAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1933 Special Announcements For Rent—Houses No. ?. no»r Southern I'oclfl- 11'OH nENT—S-room fontDlot»lr furnished hmi«». ch»an runt to rliht uartj'. 429 II street. 14T 1-RENCU depot. Special Sunday dinner, roast turkey or chicken, with trimmings; In dining room, To oenls; on counter, (13 cents. Single orders, M cents. Combination breakfast, 5 m 11. 2 cents up. Special luncheon and dinner from 10 a. in. to 1 p. m., Mi cents. All 3:,.rent entreel Include drink, on counter. Telephone 4773. PARTY going to Winter Snorts at. Yosemlle orcr week-end; want one or morn rmiplc* share tt- p«nse. Conlracl liirough Wedge's Travel Bureau. phonn 681. AUTOMOUIU3 PAIXTIXII AM) KUNDUll BOD1 womc He lure gel our prices. All work guaranteed. Bin? nibbon Oarage. Tlansom Hrother». 1916 Nine tefflth itrer-t. 14,' SPECIAL reduced rat«s. I«am Jam plane. 1 = ' lesiona. No scales or Mortises. Waterman School, inn Nineteenth street T'lione 114 for appointment. J^ s METROPOLITAN Coffee Shop offers extra special, Saturday nnd Sunday, T-bone steak, 25 cents: complete chlclton dinner, Sunday, 3fi conts. VBWEST. dir-apcstand mom thorough cletnlr.u of furnlturo. carpels and NIRS. llu«s. Oil 2. »».00; carpets In proportion. Coll "Mute Clutii- •ra." Phone P57S. Lost—Found—Strayed LOST— Between Los Angeles and Fresno, January 11, brown leather hat box. black suitcase. For reward communicate with Mnry V. Benson, 149 North Fulton street, Fresno, or phone 3S67B. U4 iX>ST— A police ilog. t.1.00 reward. Call El Teltm hotel laundry departmenl. I'l 1 LOST— Female dog. part police. Name "Patty Lou." lleward. 140(1 Monterey. HI Personals STAGE, radio, screen talent, strictly amateur, In joint UtU» Theater increment hranch cbaptei. now forming here. Tf Interested In Joining thin raovrmerit. phono Mr. Kron. Southern hotel, for appointment. Friday. Saturday and Sunday. 144 WANTED—Narnea men-women. 18-50, ivlshlnc steady future romnment jobs. Start Jin.'.OO- M75.00 month. Common education sufficient. Pull particulars with sample coaching—FIIHE. Appljr today. Address Hot K-10, The Callfor- ntan. Financial 'on nEXT—Unfurnished (l-room house, modern, Nice yard. Oarage, nent reasonable. Thona 1041. 144 For Exchange—Property KANSAS CITY residence, best location. Eight rooms, entirely modern. Modern garage. Close In, vefy desirable, will exchange for California clear property, vacant preferred. Write Mrs. Alberta Davis, 104 Wood street. Taft. Calif. 146 FOn nENT—H\irnl§hed 4-room house. Call at 810 "Eye" streel. 144 I WIMi TnADB my I1S75.00 equity For Sale—Furniture a-PlBCB Valour orentuffed act, Ilk* new, 195: 3-plece tapestry let, J22.BO: 8-DleM reed let. US, High-oven gas range, 17.00. Datls Furnl- tura Richang*. 9109 Chester arenua. 144 FOK RENT—Furnished modern 4-room house, hardwood floors throughout. 1420 Nlles street. Rent $25. Phone 762. 144 FOU RENT— 5-room unfurnished house. 511 a month. Water paid. Call 511 King slrett. Phone 1438-R, 144 FOR RENT, furnished, new 5-room cottage, new furniture. Writer paid. $40.00. Call at 280B Potts nvenuo, Descanso Park. 144 FOB RENT—Furnished 4-room house. Water paid. Call 112.1 Truxtun atenuo. 144 Nl*W, modern furnished stucco bungalow, four rooms, electric refrigerator and overstuffed furniture. 21S1 Dracena street. 144 FURNISHED HOUSE Five-room modern homo In Sunset Park, with water, paid, $40.00 per month. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1813 Chester Avenue Phone 1298 1-13-tf FOB BUNT—0-room unfurnished house, near school, I14.n0. Inquire C14 King street, or phone 143S-H. FIVE-ROOM furnished house. Oarage. Prult trees, lawn. At 80S H 18-F-II. itrert. $25 per month. Phone FOB BENT--Furnish*! houses and apartments. Prices $17.60 to $2(i.OO per month. If you wish close-In locations, SQO mo at 1210 Hlxtpcnth street. Also have some furnished front rooms adjoining bath. Reasonable. In small ! chicken ranch for good used ear. Com or team • pu 0 tiA 141 of horses. Wrlt« Dot 385, Tho Clllfornlan. I * rllu "" "* ' NEW 40-pound mattresses, $8.46. Oak dressers as low as $4.76. Hardwood kitchen chairs, 36c. IVAN L, HA MM For Sale—Miscellaneous AUTO painting, $13.60 to $25; body and fender work. Prices right Auto repairing. Trone Paint and Repair Shop, California and Baker. Phone 8871-W. MO FOR SALE— Oood piano for small balance due. For Inspection privilege write Most any termi. Jack Miller, adjuster, Los Angeles. 880 South Benton Way, 144 1100 Eighteenth Street IBS FOB SALE or trade, $1500 equity In 28 acres at Duttonwlllow. Will trade for town property or smaller farm nearer town. Write Box 03. The California!). WANTED to trade, my beautiful modern home en Seventeenth atreet, for acreage on highway. Call at 00(1 Twenty-fifth itreet. For Sale or Lease—Oil Land FOR BALE—80 acre* prospective oil land, section 88, 82s-35e. Kern county. Mri. C. Hoyt, 688 Van Nest avenue South, San Francisco, Calif. > 145 For Sale—Automobiles NEW 4-room cottage In court. Kut Bakersfleld. Overstuffed furniture, automatic heater. Garage. Water paid. Phone IS17-W. FOB RI3NT—fl-room unfurnished house. $17 month. 814 Chester avenue. Phono 3580-W. FOft RENT—Nicely furnished house, four rooms, sleeping porrh. Big yard. J25. 220 A street. Another flvo rooms, $18. Apply 038 Beech street. FT11NICHED l-ronm house. 1(117 F.leventh, SI.VOO. DNF-URNISHED 4-room duplex, 727 K. S20.00. B. H. White. 1831 Chester. Phone 1110-W. 140 FOR BENT, cheap, partly furnished S-ronm house, good shape. Shade and garage. Close In. nione owner, 24.1-W. In Used Cars and a Guarantee That Counts. LOOK at these before you buy elsewhere. 1!)32 Chevrolet coach, like new, $496. 1D31 Chevrolet coupe, G wire wheels, $395. 1931 Chevrolet standard coupe, $375. 1931 Chevrolet sport roadster, like new, $3CO. 1930 Chevrolet standard roadster, $185. 1930 Chevrolet special sedan, 6 wire wheels, $335. 1929 Chevrolet coach, perfect, $250. 1927 Bulck sedan, clean, $175. 192G Chrysler roadster, $75.. 1929 Nash sedan, perfect, $250. 1930 Chevrolet IH-ton truck, $285. 1927 Chevrolet ton truck, $100. COMPANY CORNER TWENTIETH AND M 145 Radio, Musical Instruments PIANOS, radios, electric refrigerators, bought, sold, rented and exchanged. Don C. Preston, Nineteenth and H. 158 For Sale—Miscellaneous (CASH AND CARRY ONLY) 100 Lbs., Recleaned, Highest Grade — —a-Q ,— • 100 LBS. HEN SCRATCH, $1.19. 100 Ibs. recleaned wheat. $1.00, 100 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bags), $1,35. 75 Ibs. ROLLED BARLEY, 60c. MANY MORE NOT ADVERTISED BAKERSPIELD GRAIN COMPANY Baker Street and Truxtun Avenue n 10-28-tf ALFALFA seed. 98 per cent pure. Slightly discolored by September rain, otherwise first clan seed. 10c pound. Cerro, Route 8, Wlble Road, Bakersfleld. 185 SALE—A-l baled dairy hay. Call E. Sou7,a, 2520 L street. Phone 2358-W. 167 ALL KINDS of well rooted and healthy berry plants. Phone 8701-J-ll before 8 a. m. and after 4 p. m. ,Tohn Denlo, Frultvale. 144 FOR SALE—Hotpolnt electric range, also laying hens. Third house on left side of Oak street, »outh of Rrundago Lane. I 145 DENIO. wood fuol dealer, oldest In town. All kinds. Remember phono S702-.T-1. Prlcei right, honest measure, Also trucking and moving, 145 FOR SALE—ONE 2-STORY FRAME BUILDING and THREE FRAME COTTAGES LOCATED AT 2020-2024 ORANGE STREET, BAKERSFIELD. PURCHASER MUST REMOVE BUILDINGS AND CLEAN UP PREMISES AT HIS OWN EXPENSE. FOR PARTICULARS, CALL AT TRUST DEPARTMENT, BANK OF AMERICA,' BAKERS- FIBLD, CALIFORNIA. 149 Poultry and. Livestock FRESH elean cows, large team borses, 2-year-old pinto stud. Truck, tractor or team work done. Brewer's,Dairy, Phone evenings M88-W. 144 Wanted to Buy—Farm Land WANTED—Small ureato with house and barn for few mm. Alfalfa deilrable. J. S. Nicholson, noulo 2, Hoi 1D7-A. Bakerafleld. 146 Wanted to Buy-Miscellaneous WANTED to buyi good second-hand saddles. Paul Hornung, 1606 Nineteenth street, 144 WANT to buy cash register, scales, meat sllcers, showcases, (tore, office, restaurant equipment, adding machines and typewriters, 809 Baker atreet. Phone 2189. 144 Professional Cards JOHN W. CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT INCOME) TAX SERVICE. AUDITS, SYSTEMS Bulte 108. Professional Building Phone 4561 $6.60 PER J100 FOR 1 YEAR (NO BROKERAGE—NO BONUS) Minimum Insurance at Board Rates Investigate and Be Convinced CONSUMERS CREDIT CO. A Reliable Coast-Wide Institution I Haberfelde Arcade Bldg. Phono 1053 158 KOTV BF1XT—fl-room house. Green Acres. 1M 80x290, $20; 5-room modem house. HlRhland | Park. Placo for chickens. $25.00. Water paid. ' Phono 3S3. 1-14-tf | ITHNISHKD 4-room cottage, $14; 2-room cottage. , $10. Also 2-acro chicken ranch. Apply 1920 I 0 street. . ! Port RENT—Nicely furnished modern C-ioom house. Also half duplex, In Alta Vista. Call 521 I street. Over it period of 32 years our reputation remains paramount. Prove for yourself this assertlonr. Wo continue to sell feed for less than any advertised price. No limit to regular customers, No dealers, no tricks, no phones. Business Is good. P1ONEEU MERCANTILE CO. 4-4-tf O. W WILMNOHAM. house inorer. Office S813 Chester avenue, Bakerifleld. 148 TO CLOSB the estate of James 13. Baker, for sale, farm Implements at Baker ranch, one mllo cast Panama. Taft highway. Mall bids to Henry Mack, attorney, naborfclde building. 140 100 pounds mash, In cloth bags, $1.36. 100 pounds scratch, $1.10. 100 pounds cracked Indian corn, $1.20. QANN & ROSS, Olldale, Calif. 12-6-tf BAHOAIN on freezer cuei. scales, cash register!, meat allcer, restaurant fixtures. Complete. New and used. Showcase safe. 600 Baker. 109 USED FARM: MACHINERY. TRACTORS. PLOWS. DISC HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, COTTON PLANTBIIS, OR ANYTHING ELSE YOU MIGHT NEED IN FARM EQUIPMENT. TERMS IF DESIRED. A. H. KARPE. • 14? NEW, unfurnished hungalrrw. four rooms and breakfast nook. Rent $30. 2013 King street. POUB-ROOM house, 2114 O day. itrret. Call during 140 FLOYD DUNLAP 3523 20th Street. Phone 3fll. 15S J400 NEEDED by builder to build Imme. First trust deed. 2 years, 8 per c«it. P. O. Box «3. E»st BaXenMeld. Phone 477B. Help Wanted—Male \VAKTED—District manager, also salesmen end salesladlea. .No Investment, Ulghly remunere- tlre. Call laturday. 0 till 4; Sunday 9 to 12. Motel, apartment 28. 141 DENTAL, WORK in exchange for painting, papering and eurpontcrlnfr, j in remodeling new dental pffiee to be i opened In Bakersfleld. See Mr. Rob- j bins at Hotel Padre. For Rcnt^Apartmcntjg SINOLE and double apartment, tvlth sleeping porch. Close In. Now renting for $18.00 and $22.30. The Sharland, 2230 G street. Phone 532. 103 1982 Chev. coupe, 7000 miles, $495. 1931 Chev. conch, new rubber, $395. 1029 Chev. coupes, ready to go, $185. 1932 Plymouth sedan, 6 w. w., $495. 1930 OaKl'd spt. coupe, 6 w. w., $395. 1930 Bulck standard coupe, $435. 1929 Chrysler 75 sport coupe, $295. 1931 Ford de luxe roadster, $296. i FOR RENT—Furnished apartment. 2109 Seventeenth street. $15. Call at 144 Pricest FOR SALE—3-horsepower motor, 2-Inch Dump direct connected, automatic shutoff. suction pipe. In A-l condition. $80.00. Phone 254(1-It. 20-INCH oalr. $5.00 tier: Kucalyptus. $5.00 tier; cotton wood. $3.23 tier; block wood. $3.00 tier; 12-Inch oak wood, $4.00 tier; cotton wood, $2.78 tier; block wood. $2.79 tier. 470 Washington avenue. Olldale. Phone 3202. 148 TOP PRICES PAID FOR AUTOS Chester at 24tfc. Phone 5828 158 FOR SALE or trade, one new 12-A Remington, 22 rifle, high class binoculars, 20 power high crado snntlng scope, L. C. Smith 12 double- barrel shotgun, Winchester pump, 20 gauga. Some fine Tvrags, rebuilt stork or otherwise; 80-30 Winchester. Special on Krag ammunition. New Gilbert electric clock or regular mantel clock. Inquire Trader Horn, 1000 Flower street. Phone 2006-J. PFIEFFER & KNAPP'S WASHING MACHINE SERVICE Service on all maltes. Now and used washers at big bargains. 1001 Nlles street, Phone 4132-W. 158 OAK WOOD, all iltes and lengths, for fireplaces and stores. Guaranteed quality, and prompt delivery. Mean' Ice Delivery. Phono 1808. 161 Poultry and Livestock A WELL-BIlOftE gentle pinto saddle horse for sale. Phono 1008-W. 145 NOW booking orders for mammoth bronze baby turkeys. Do not delay. Place your orders now for early poults. Also lorne oil burning Incubators, electric brooders and breeding Toms for sale. Yates Turkey Ranch, Shifter. Calif. 14S HANSON strain Leghorn roosters, White Rocks and Rhode Island Reda for sale. Call 8738-R-2. 144 COLORED hens. 22 cents a pound; colored fryers, 22 cents a pound; white hens, two for 95 cents; Mallard ducks, 65 cents each. Dressed, drawn and delivered free. Phone 4630. 3005 K street. 144 FOR SALE—SeVon good work mules with harness. Price right. Perrel- Arvln Ranches, Route 1, Box 106, Arvln. Phone Arvtn 41-.T-12. 144 DR. B, BUZAN Palmer Graduate CHIROPRACTOR Palnleu System Complete Electrotherapy Service, Foot Corrections Hours. 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5. 7 to 8 p. m. Rooms 111-113-113 Morgan Building 1711 Chester Avenue Telephone 6510 Lady Attendant Legal Notices building or premises In Interim Zone District Number One, as hereinafter designated, for any purpose other than Is Included -In the following list of permitted usqs: (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 the exterior boundaries of that rotid or hlgh<- was commonly known as Golden State Highway and of Golden State Avenue, lioinc California State Highway Route Number Four, 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 roads, streets or highways Intersecting said Golden State Highway and Golden State Avo- nue, as aforesaid, between the north boundary line of Sec. 10, TV 29 S., R. 27 E., M.D.M., and the northerly boundary of the City of Bakersfleld as the sam6 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, grounds and churches. parks, play- Lcgal Notices Business Cards SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINET SWEATS REDUCING Colonic Irrigation INSTITUTE OF HYDROTHERAPT 1812 F Street 8a.m. to 8 p.m. Phone JOtl LAUNDRY SERVICE laundry Service Unexcelled—That Is Our aloian Ten Different Services and Zorlc Odorless Dry Cleaning CITIZENS LAUNDHT Sixteenth and O Streeta Phone 231 BOB WELCH RIDING ACADEMY County Road Park. Phono 8T13-R-11 Well-trained saddle horses. 75 cents hour. Special offer—week-days only, this ad and 50 cent! entitles bearer to one hour's ride. Horses bought and sold FOR HALK—:t> Holsteln heifers, some fresh soon. ! Registered Holsteln bull. Dairy equipment. > cheap. Baled hay. Routo 4, Box 443. Rosa A. , Morgan. 146 ! FOR KALE—White If shorn hens, good layers, •108 Ray street. Highland Park. FOR 8ALK—15 fresh and springing cows and heifers, Jerseys and Holstelns. Price from $40 to $75. Will sell on terms to responsible par- tic'. Underwood's. Phone 448. 1520 Tenth street. 146 NICELY furnished 2-room apartments, with private baths, $20 and $22.SO month; JO.00 week Light. cai, water, linen*, electric washing machine furnished. Oarage if required. The Woodrovr. Baker and .larknou streets. Help Wanted—Female NU'KLY furnished apartment In modern bungalow j court. Overstuffed furniture. Hot Water. Oarage, i Close In. 1302 M street. \ TllllKE-UOOM fmnhhed apartment, three slceplne porches. Gas. water anil garbage paid. $18.00 pur month. 20M K itreet. 140 FTRNISHKD apartment. $4.00 and M.OO P" Avcek. (las, lights, water Included. 25H Nineteenth street. WANTED—Housekeeper. In motherless home. One- third mile cut of Wasco. Route 1. Ilni 283. BOOST your Incomes-make money selling Davis Fine Custom Tailored Clothes. ScnsHtlonal Insurance polio* covers year's wear 1 owl accidental damage. tow prices—Irberal commissions ami bonus. Cimplete equipment furnished. Kzperi- tnce not essential. P. II. Davis Tailoring Company. Department 3T. Cincinnati. Ohio. FOTl RENT—Unfurnished, clean, modern, attractive apartment. 1717 California avenue. USED CARS FROM A DEPENDABLE DEALER 1932 De Soto coupe, $200 down. 1931 Dodge 10-wheel truck, $300 down. 1930 Ford coupe, rumble seat, $100 down. 1931 De Soto sedan, $175 down. 1931 Ford sedan, $125 down. 1931 De Soto 8 sedan, $125 down. BAKERSFIELD GARAGE USED CAR LOT Next to Fox Theater Twentieth at U. Phone 2286 158 PREMIER QUESTION PIANO TUNING > Factory Registered Tunef $3.50 Satisfaction Guaranteed CARL A. BY11D Phone 130B-M 830 Truxtun Avenue 4) All agricultural uses except hog faring. 6)'Stores, shops and offices for the conduct of any retail business. 6) Uses which, In the opinion of the County Planning Commission, are sullable to the character of the district and will not bo 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. 5) Extraction of minerals or of building materials. 9) Accessory 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 extent of such existing uses and no further, except for repairs. 11) Outdoor advertising signs and structures if the same are located only any the "business district" as defined California Vehicle Act; provided, however, that any permitted through or traveling In the County, limit the opportunity to attain the optimum use and value of land and Improvements, and/or otherwise ad-* versely affect the general prosperity and welfare. To this end; the County Planning Commission' shall suggest: any changes In the plans of such proposed buildings, structures or other Improvements as It. may deem neces- , spry to accomplish the purposes of this section," and shall not approv* any such plans until It Is satisfied that such purposes will bo accomplished thereby. In case the applicant- Is not satisfied with the action of the County Planning Commission, he may, within thirty (80) days after sura action, appeal In writing to the Board of Supervisors. Salrl 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 pre- 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 permit, provided all other provisions 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 now section is hereby addnd lo said ordinance, to bo designated as Section 3-e, and to read as follows, to-wlt: Section 3-e. The County Planning Commission shall in Its rules prescrrb* the form and scope of all applications and appeals ^provided for In this ordinance, together with accompanying data to bo 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 this ordinance to enforce this ordinance and all the provisions of the same. Any . . whether as principal, agent, employee place of business may display tislng signs for the advertisli adver- „ „ . . ng 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 one place of business not exceeding the equivalent of one square foot for each one foot of frontage actually occupied such business, including the wlathH driveways directly appurtenant by of thereto. Stctlon 3 A new section la hereby DR. W. TOM POLLOCK A Palmer Chiropractor says: "You can be well." Lot him help you. One month's service for $18 Over Hughes Drug Store Nineteenth and Chester Phone 1118-J Legal Notices WOMEN—Your own hosiery fre* and up to $20 weekly to start. Write for amazing opportunity to demonstrate newest Snag-l*roofed floclrry which doubles wear. No money or eipcrlence needed. Samples hosiery tree. Amerlciiu Hosiery -Mills. Department 2710. Indlanpoll*. fjPKCIAL WORK for housewives who need $14 weekly at once. No canvassing, experience or Investment. Give dro?s size. Mayfalr Styles, Department 2014. Cincinnati. WANTED—Unlncumbered elderly lady for good Uome and small '.race? In exchange housework. Inferences. Call Monday from 11 a. m. to 2 O. m . 1811 Lake street. VERV MODERN flat, large living j room with In-a-door double bed, | kitchen, dlnettn, bedroom, bnth, two | porches. All hnrdwoorl floors nnd lots of closet rnom. Furnished. On- ! rage. New rental rates. Close In. I For Inspection, 1529 Thirteenth j street, The Moore. 145 , ITnSISRKn Ihreo rooms. $12.00 per month; four room(. $18.00. Water paid. Call at 2128 Q strtM. rbone ."iOTB-W. 14r> i Toil IICNT—:i-room- fumlsheil apartment, with bath, silver, linen, gas and lights Included. Car i space. 2007 Twentieth street. i . I For Rent—Farm Land Help Wanted—Agents AGENT WANTED—Excellent opportunity to establish yourself In business, comfortable living from Mart. Future success assured. Wn help you establish your business. Article staple. All-year kcller. Absolute necessity, big reorder line, no risk, fully guaranteed By manufacturer. Dln- irlbutor requires 3250.00 to stock merchandise for district consumption. Overhead almost nil. Holm * Ktvllle. 1000 Bush street, San Fran'•ISCO. Situations Wanted—Male POIl HBNT—Slity a.-res. two good wells, large , bouse, dairy barn, 40 acres alfalfa. Route 4, j Ilux 443 Hoi i A. Morgan. 149 Wanted to Rent—Houses WANTED—House, three bedrooms. Kood location, reasonable rent. w. L. Landsborough, care Civic Commercial Association, Bakorsfleld, Calif. 146 For Sale—Improved Property A'A LUES 19S1 Ford Town sedan, $395. 1!>31 Ford Sport coupe, $325. 1930 Ford Sport roadster, $195. 1930 Essex Sport coupe, J275. * 1928 Chrysler 72 roadster, $350. See us about auto loans. We will arrange to finance your car at lowest rates—any make. USED CAR LOT Sixteenth and Chester. Phone 116 i (Opposite Courthouse) 158' | 1929 De Soto de luxe roadster, $296. 1929 Chevrolet roadster, $175. 192R Nash standard sedan, $85. 1928 Essex coupe, new paint, $125. 1929 Ford sport roadster, 6 wire wheels and trunk rack, $175. 1931 De Soto de luxe coupe, $450. 1930 Nash coupe, $335. 1409 18th St. Phone 831. 158 IN CASA LOMA ACnES. 5-IIOOM HOUSE KOII I BALK WITH 600 TOUNO WHITR LEOIIOHN Phone 1724 CHICKENS. HEB II. V. SMITH. US. 17115 CHESTER AVBNUE. PIIOXI: JACK SEZ—COMPARE OUR PRICES 1931 Ford de luxe roadster, motor, wheels, trunk rack, $265. 1930 Ford sport coupe, a bargain, $225. Lots of others. See our bargains. PAT'S CAR MARKET i 2316 Chester Avenue j HORIZONTAL 1 What premier was ousted recently over" war debt policy? 7 Misconduct. 13 Stranger. 14 To arouse. 16 South America (abbr.). 17 Part of plant below ground. 18 Dark red color. 19 Sun. 20 Ready. 21 Holy. 22 Single-edged knife. 23 Southeast. 24 Razor straps.' 25 Common gannet. 26 To accent. 27 Units of weight, 28 Indolent. 29 Sovereign's residence. 30 Reproves. 31 To give. 33 Silk net. 34 Remodeled. Answer fo Previous Puzsla s wn-iHra 1^ HHHD a EH HDHIIH ESS1GIS HS 3Hft a Hfflllfl ISILIELIDIGlElsriBII IRIEITFTIAf 35 Masculine pronoun. 36 Beers. 37 Braided quirts. 38 Quoits target. 39 Baking dish. 40 Mlrth-provok- eagles. 15 Opposed to woof (pi.}. 18 To fondle. 19 Comfort. 21 Stepped over. 22 Salt of boric acid. 24 Quiets. 25 Prepared lettuce dishes. 26*Embezzled. 27 Artificial streams. 28 One skilled in treating the eyes. 29 Masses of mashed apples. ORDINANCE No. 249 and marry. 3 Tumultuous disturbance. 4 To soak flax, ing portion of 5'Within. a newspaper. 6 Pertaining to talc. 7 Challenges. 8 Pieced out. 9 Encountered. 10 Half an em. 11 To separate . from others. 12 Claws of 41 Young salmon. 42 You and me. 43 To change., 44 Lost to view. 4 5 To become steep. 4 6 To make spruce. VEKTICAJj 1 To plague. 2 To run away 30 Position of affairs. 31 To abdicate. 32 President of Prance. 34 Pertaining to Rome. 35 Swarm. 37 Memorized role. 38 Stag. 40 Mug. 41 By. 43 Myself. 44 Father. B «dT. U "S,±? l rZrr l !n'^'h n .' l .' fi e WO f r o k r "roc'ra '' WANTED-We have clients wishing ,nrt hi rH T^lnhZ ^27 M lU ! fUl'tU.shcd ami UllfUl'lllshed hOUSBS and board. Telephone 3427-M. Ill „_,, „„„_»_,__»„ T let ,,«.,^ nrnn ortlo» icphi TOUNO married man must hnve work. Anything Local references. Telephone 2204-H. H5 TOUNO, refined woman, with buy. wants housekeeping In motherlMS home or for couple em- uloyed. Capable of taking full charge. Can give references. Call 5005-J. Situations Wanted—Female ICXPKJIIENCKD bookkeeper uants small sets of books work. Phone 36S1-J. . and itcnographer tu keep or offlro 144 HOt'BBKEBPKB. full charge. nty or country. B. 8.. Box 102. Teharhapl. Calif. 143 and apartments. List your wllli us for quielc rnntuls. II. B. lliiko, 1523 Twentieth street. Phone y.n. 144 ONK .',-IIOOM AND OXK 6-HOOM HOUSK ON ACHE 'nUCTS, IX CAHA LOMA ACKES. KASY TKIIMR. SEE II. F. SMITH. MM 1'IIKBTKIl AVBXTIK. PHONE 118. 144 FOrt SAL.E—G acres, Improved, with 8-i'oom house, fiiinlly orchard, chicken equipment, Btfawberrles, good well and purnp. All for ?2600. Klmer I 1 '. Karpn. Phono 210. 1617 Eighteenth street. 1-5-tf oil SALK or trade, my equity In 6-room house. Xo reasonable offer refused. 2303 Qulncy Drive. FOR HBXT—Room with private entrance, ronnact- Ing bath, hot wat«r. Vie of phone. Oarage. 2A29 Nineteenth itreet. 114 TO GENTLEMAN—Very deilrahle room, reason • abto. with bath, private entrance, use of phoniv Alio garage. Muit be left) to bo appreciated. Call sei3-!tf. H5 For Sale—Improved Farms RANCH of 780 acrei for leaie In South Fork valley. Phone C. C. Mi-Cray. 077-J. 148 ACRES, good land, with pumping plant, west of Rlvcrvlew, for sals :it bargain price. Ask to spe It. ' K. Hake, 1523 Twentieth btreot. MODEMS' fumlihed ouUlde room,, rontlnuoui hot uat«r. Also ,1-rutn Very reasonable. lOfifi 1) ntrert. »lth heat. Pliono !I91. 144 X1CBLV furnllhed. heated room of telephone. All conveniences. 110'-' I street. apartment i UUFORB you buy that farm, «ee our llittngl of ,,- ( '.'0 arrei up to 230. Mortgage company '.\ •«):, mil for tint, mortgaie. on ea«y Urmi. easonahle. l;«o | ][„„.„,,! Mrholl, Inc.. 1509 Nineteenth. 1-13-tf OH HKNT—Two front doubles roomn. desired. In private hom». Phone 4017. L itreet. -IPIVK ACIIKS, all or part, 5-room houie. chicken Hoard If hituies. pumping plant, free dttrll water, for cnuh. Jack Bundy, Manager 158 ItARGAIN In used trucks, Kortl coupe, with pickup body; one Reo truck, 2-ton; one 3-ton Dodco; ono IMs-ton Dodge; one 1%-ton Chevrolet truck; one Itg-lon International; one 2'»ton Morclund; one L'-ton Moreland; 1931 Ford with Dolly attachment, A. II. Kurpc. Phone !>15. 147 CADILLAC SEDAN Brand new, factory guarantee, at tremendous discount. Cadillac Agency, Chester at 22nd. 158 MUST KELT, at once. 1930 Chryiler "06" A-l shape. No reasonable offer refused. 3n.*>0-M. No dealers need apply. sedan. [X Phone 144 1928 Pontlau brougham, Rood rubber, mechanically perfect. The best In low -priced transportation. Phono , 1881-J or call at 621 K street after 0 p. m. 144 roil KALK-Ono Cadillac, sedan, for storiga bill, t4. r i.OO. Hee An, Blue Ribbon Garagn. 144 1931 Ford town sedan, new tires, A-l mechanical condition. Will sacrifice for quick sale. Phono 4482-M or call nt 259 Qulncy street 144 T>OIiOI.AR8' lX>W-PniCBD CARS. 5105 1030 FUrd roadster; curtains; A-l. SI 110. 19'JO Dix1c« "U" coups: d-ply tiros. flOO. "KTB" 145 Automotive Service J'ltirth houie south of Itrundago on Oak. 4930-J. M.inroe. 144 WANT high speed worm and soar for 1930 ton and ono-hulf Ford truck, will trade or sell low speed worm and gear mime model. McMahan'u Furniture Co. Phono 581. 144 AN ORDINANCE OF THE COUNTY OF KERN, STATE OF CALIFORNIA. AMENDING ORDINANCE No. 244 OF SAID COUNTY, BY AMENDING SECTIONS TWO AND FOUR 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 3E, 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 OF SUPERVISORS, THE COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION AND THE COUNTY SU- VEYOR WITH RESPECT TO SUCH PERMITS. Tho 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, IB hereby amended to read as follows: Tho said 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 I plan for said' County in the manner prescribed by law. Said Board of Supervisors hereby finds that, owing to the great territorial extent of sale County and the necessity for carefu studies and thorough analyses of fact! in the preparation of the aforesalc zoning or districting plan, considerable time will necessarily elapse before sale plan or any substantial part thereo will be before said Board for consld eratlon, and that certain regulations of an Interim nature, affecting the use of land, buildings and premises, the construction of buildings and other structures, the. height of buildings ant other structures, the open spaces abou buildings and other structures ant the location of certain buildings am other structures with respect to cer tain traffic thoroughfares, all In cer tain specified areas, are necessary ti bo adopted at this time in order ti protect tho public Interest, health comfort and convenience and to pro serve the public peace, safety, morals order and welfare pending the prepa ration and adoption of the aforesali zoning or districting plan. Sail regulations are hereinafter in thl ordinance set forth, and . constltut Sections 3, 3a, 3b and certain othe sections thereof, each of which othe sections Is designated by the numera ","!" followed by a letter of the alpha bet. Section 2 A now section IK hereby added' t said ordinance, to bo designated a Section 3-a, and to road as follows to-wlt: Section 3a). No person, firm or corporation sha hereafter erect, construct, convert alter, add to, enlarge or move an building or Htrurture nor use any lain aid ordinance, lo be designated as ectlon 3-b, and to read as follows, o-wlt: Section 3-b Except as hereinafter provided, no uildlng, structure or oth"er improvement shall hereafter be erected within distance of thirty feet from the cx- erior boundaries of Golden State Ilghway and Golden State Avenue, s aforesaid, within said Interim Zone ilstrlct Number One; provided, that is requirements of this section shall ot apply to such ordinary front yard nd farm fences 'and such Irrigation nd sprinkling structures and their ppurtenances as, in opinion of the bounty Planning Commission, will not nduly Interfere wjth the purposes of his section, namely, the provision lone said highway of such space for added to person, firm or corporation.* ng ^ raffle movement,"pedestrian passage nd for the protection of the safety if the same as may be necessary for of the property abutting Section 4 A new section Is hereby added to aid ordinance, to be designated as Section 3-c, and to read aa follows, ho use heroon. o-wlt: Section 3-c. .Ion, addition, enlarging, r ocatlon or repairing shall No building, structure or other 1m- irovement, except buildings, ntrne- ures or other Improvements desig- mted and /or Intended to be used for igricultural purposes, shall be erected, constructed, converted, structurally altered, added to, enlarged, -moved or •elocated within said Interim Zone district Number One, nor shall repairs n excess of Twenty-five (25) Dollars n value be made on any such bulld- ng, 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, altera- moving, re.. ... 1 first have jeen secured from the County Surveyor of said County of Kern. No permit shall be Issued by said County Sprvoyor nor shall any permit or Icense bo 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 build- Ins, 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, if Issuedvin conflict with the* provisions of this ordinance, shall be null and void. Section S 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 3-c of this ordinance, shall be accompanied by drawings or sketches showing the front, sldo and rear elevations of the proposed building, structure or other Improvement, or of tho building, structure or other Improvement as tho same will appear after the work for which the permit is sought hay been completed, or, In lieu of such drawings or sketches, shall refer to any standard plans and specifications of which certified copies have theretofore been filed with the County Surveyor. Upon being filed, a copy of such application for permit, together with such drawings or sketches or such reference to standard plans and specifications, shall forthwith bo transmitted to the County Planning Commission, which shall consider the name In an endeavor to provide that such buildings, Htructures and other Improvements shall be so designed and constructed that they will not be of unsightly, undesirable or obnoxious appearance to tho extent that llir<s' will hinder tho orderly and harmonious development of Korn County, impair tlio desirability of residence. Investment, occupation or recreation in the County as appearing to travelers imnnlnc; or otherwise, violating any of the pro visions of this ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction 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 heroin provided. Any building, structure or thing set up, erected, constructed, converted, altered, added to, enlarged, .cause to exist, repaired, relocated or mowed contrary to the provisions of this ordinance and/or any use of any land, building or premises contrary to the 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 of Supervisors, Immediately commence action or proceedings for tho abatement and removal or enjoinment thereof In the manner provided by law and shall take such other 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 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 tire provisions of this ordinance or from using or maintaining any land, building or premises contrary to the provisions of this ordinance. Tho 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 the date of Its passage and shall within fifteen (15) days from the date of .Its passage be published for one week, In The Bakorsfleld Callfornlan, a newspaper of general circulation printed and published in the said County of Kern. » J. PERRY BRITE, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors. County of Kern, State of California. (SEAL) F. E. SMITH. County Clerk and ex-offlclo Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of tho County of Kern, State of California. State of California, County of Kern, sa. I. F. E. 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 by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern and signed and ap- ' proved by the Chairman of said Board at a regular meeting thereof held on Tuesday, January 3, 1933. and that the same was adopted by the following vote, to-wit: Ayes: Woollomcs, Brltc, ,Abel, 'Wlm- mer. Noes: None. Absent: Hart. (Seal) F. E. SMJTH. County Clerk and ex-officio Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. Jan.. 9 to 14,, inch NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 5161. For RenU-Rpoms With Board THE BUNGLE FAMILY Oh, Kleopatra By HARRY J. TUTHILL ROOM and board, $0.r>0 per \\eek. Comforts!)'* rooms, pleasant surroundings. J'reti l,arkl,ic Also transient dlnr.eri. f.o rents. U028 Mn> leinth strett. Telephone 1)37 S ?T ;!, WANTED — Pour young women to occupy two nl<-o bedrooms, room and board. 32-"> rai-ll. Home comforts. 122', Eighteenth street. 144 UOATID, room, laundry, men bludenls, $21.00 per ( monUi. Home privileges. Xesr high school. • BIO Oleander. BOARD and room In comfortable home, $B per w««ll. Free parking. 2512 Klghltenlh street, i UNFURNISHED HOUSES Comfortable, clean, 5-room home, gooO ] location, $25.00 per month. Four-room house, partly furnished, at > J17.BO per month. BRANDT INVESTMENT Cft ' 3818 Chester Avenue Phone 129$ _ _ 1-13-tf I COMFORTABLE 2-rooui collates for tno. 72 00 IZ-tO wiek; llchls. wain free. Three nillei e»! «D Edlion highway. Italnbow Service Button __ U! PTTB-ROOM house, nicely furnlihed, at 'JOOli * Orange itreet. Call 2110 Twenty-first street, or i phoo« 8M4-J. _ 144 I VtUf Of houie. completely furnished. Clean, net- | Msitfcl* rant. Walking distance Uarago. 929 K j at ml Phone OC3-J. ] OH IT'S MR. GFUJBBErV. NO, PEGGY IS OUT WITH HER. MOTHER AND I DON'T THINK. THEY'LL.. fES, MR. GUNNER V'AS N HIGH FINANCE FOP. A. WHILE AND BEFOrVE THAT HE WAS IN THE REAL ESTATE BUSINESS AND BEFORE THAT.... fES, I LOVE BOOKS. ELEVATING-BOOKS. I'D LOVE TO'WRITE, TOO. ABOUT LIFE. REAL PERSONS I'VE —vSEEN WHILE / TRAVELING WITH DAD AND MOTHER. WHAT SORT OF READING OH ANY GOOD BOOK. NOT TOO DEER OF COUP.SE. I LIKE BOOKS THAT ARE... WELL, INTERESTING. OH I'M CURE THEY'LL BE BACK REAL SOON.... BOB WON'T YOU STEP IN AND WAIT? PLEASE. MOTHER DEAR I KNOW YOU'RE JUST AS ANXIOUS AS CAN BE TO GET BACK TO THAT DRESS YOU'RE MAKING. -WELL ALL RIGHT. I'M SURE BOB WILL EXCUSE YOU. IS PEGGY HOME? I LOVE BOOKS LIKE THAT TOO. EVEN WHEN I WAS A TEENY WEENY GIRL I'D SIT TOR HOURS IN DAD'S LIBRARY READING INTERESTING BOOKS. I MISS OUR. LIBRARY SO MUCH. PEQQY SAID YOUR. DAD HAS A WONDERFULi COLLECTION, OF BOOKS.! YES, 'BOOKS OF ALL SORTS. RED, GREEN. BLUE....EVERY COLOR. I KNOW YOU'D ENJOY SEEING THEM. I'LL RUN YOU UP ) THE HOUSE SOME DAY SOON. MAYBE TOMORROW, -• KLEO? IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KERN. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF EDWARD R. BARKU5Y, Deceased. • NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned Administrator of tho estate of Edward R. Barkley, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against tho estate of Lhe snld Edward R. Barkley, deceased, to exhibit said claims with tho necessary vouchers within six months from the date of first publication of this Notice, at Ihe office of Borton & Petrlnl, 304 Professional Building, Bakersfleld, Kern County, California, tho stuno being tho place selected Si- said Administrator for thr> transaction of till business pertaining to said estate, or to present and fllo said claims with the necessary vouchers with tho County Clerk of the County of Korn, State of California, within six monthp from tho date of tho first publication of this Notice. Dated: and first published this 14th day of January, 1933. NORMAN C. HOUZE, Administrator of tho Estate of Edward R. Barkley, deceased. BORTON & PETRINI, Attorneys for Administrator. Jan. 14-21-28; Feb. 4, 11. DELINQUENT SALE OF STOCK Farmers' Mutual Telephone Association, location of principal place of business, Bakersfleld, Calif. Notice is hereby given that there is delinquent upon the following Issued stock of the Farmers' Mutual Telephone Association, a corporation, on account of assessment No. 26, levlecl. thereon the 2Bth day of April, 1932, the several amounts set opposite th« names of the respective shareholders an follows: • Cert. No. Amt. 13. E. Pyle (old stock) '50 $6.00 , W. M. Destofanr 120 B.OO Alex Fish 130 5:00 And In accordance with the law and un order of the Board of Directors of bald association, so many shares of such stock as may be necessary will be sold at public auction at tho Panama schoolhouHo, on the 2Srd day of January, 1983, at 2 o'clock p. m., to p»y the delinquent assessment thereon, to- BOthor wltli the cost of advertising and cxpoiibos of l.ho mile. (Signud) MRS. n. E. ASHD, Jan. H to 21, inc. Secretary.

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