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10 Tllli BAKERSFIELD CALLFORN1AN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25,1933 ,OW |7OR convenience of patrons A 1 The TinkersflcUl Callfornlan nzenttt listed below will receive classified advertising and subscriptions at the regular rates: Olldale Pharmacy ]£. ARVIN Dawson Store TA.FT Cigar nnd News Co. MARICOPA Unto City Pharmncy JMoKITTRICK Toinpleton Drue Co. FTT;T., T ,OWS Waggoner News Dealer 8HAKT1BR Shaftcr Drue Co. WASCO W. C. Thomas News Stand MoFART.ANT> August Chandler The Callfornlan Carrier DELANO Mitchell Bakery TUHACHAP! Tchacliapi News Stand GRAPEVINE McLarty's Store LEBEC Lcbec Coffee Shop REWARD C. Christian TUPMAN Elk Hills Mercantile Co. CLASSIFIED COLUMNS CLOSE II A. M. The Callfornlan will not be responsible for errors In Classified Advertisements taken over telephone unless correction Is made Immediately after first Insertion. TELEPHONE 31 FOfl CITY SERVICE Help Wanted—Salesmen MKN irentml for Hanldsh rouloa of 800 conium- tra In Hid near rlly of Uakoiaflolfl, counties cf U«sl Kern, Inyo nnd parta of Santa n«r- bnra, Ilellohlp hiuller ran itart turning $25 «o«kly and inercn.io ovory month. Write Immediately. ItanlclRh Company, TJopartmcnl rA-4-s, Oakland. Calif. For Sale—Automobiles For Rent—Houses PTVB-KOOM and tlMUlni porch, nmilshed hoiiae. clnjf In. $3;i. Klvo-room, modern. Lot. 80»i!90. Oroenaorei, J20. info-room, modern. Highland Park. Place for chlckcna. »25. Water paid. Phono 3R3 l-23-lf FOR HUNT—FVur-room liouie. Nicely furnished. Sin.0(1. OKI, Unlit. Inrlutlnl. 10M I itreot. Two-room apartment. JI'J.tM. 2115 O atrect. 155 roil nBNT— l-rooin slum). Strictly modern. Hardwood floors, sleeping liorch. atatlonary tub. Near schools and Jleilo 1'ark, 310 V street. Inquire 19,11 Kord town soclaii, Ji39B. 10111 Voi'rt standard coupe, $350. ins I Ford do luxo roadster, $t!95. 11K10 Ford sport coupo, J2CB. 1029 Ford sport coupo, $175. 1931 Ford IfiV-ln. 2-ton truck, J476. SKVKUAlj C11KAP CARS $25 TO $100 USED CAJl LOT Sixteenth ami Chotster. .Phone 110 (Opposite Courthou.so)" 158 _ FOR HUNT — Furnished house, 2007 Twenty-second .street. l''our rooms. (iaritpe. $25 month. Apply 1420 Seventeenth street. Telephone 1172. _ 154 niUH-UOOM imfurnlahed home. CJarain. OO.'I K slrctt; 1-roorn furnished house. 31011 B street. Apply 20Q.'i TVmily-ierond street. 1'liono 3'Ml-W. RENTAL — Five rooms and sleeping porch, unfurnished, $25. Six rooms, T/agumi Square, nlcply furnished, $45. Six rooniH, unfurnished, East BaKors- flcld, $35. Elinor F. Knrpe. Phone 210. 1517 IQIghteonth street. _ 1-25-tf For Sale—Miscellaneous (CABH AND CARRY ONLY) 100 l,bs., Rccleaned, Highest Oradt 100 IjBS. HEN SCRATCH, $1.10. JOO Ibs. redefined wheat, $1.00. 100 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bags), $1.85. 75 Ibs. ncn.MOD BARLEY, 60o. MANY MORIS NOT ADVERTTaiBD DAKERSFTELD GRAIN COMPANT Baker Street and Truxtun Avenue 10-28-tf For Sale—Miscellaneous Fort SAIiK—Pulrertied ihcep manure, 33 cents • tack, delivered. Phone 4471-W. 100 20-INCH oak, 15,00 Her: Eucalyptus, 15.00 tier: cotton wood, 13.25 tier; block wood, ta.OO tier: Ill-Inch oak wood, 14.00 tier: cotton wood, 12.711 tier: block wood. 12.7.1 tier. 470 Washlniton avenue, Olldale. Phone 8292. 155 Tails • UNFURNISHED HOUSKS Clean B-room house with water paid, $25 per month. Four-room hpURC partly furnished, $17.50 per month. Five-room modern hnnsr with water paid, J22.GO per month. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1S13 Chester Avenue. Phono 11!!IS 1-IS-lf Unfurnished five rooms, modern. 2220 Oregon street. $22.00. Water pnld. Phone 626. Henry Elaslcr. 1-1!)-tf USED CARS FROM A DEPENDABLE DEALER 1932 Plymouth coupe, $150 down. 19,'H Chevrolet sedan, $125 down. 1931 Dodgo 10-whccl truck, $300 down. 1930 Ford coupe, rumble seat, .$100 down. 1931 Ford sedan, $125 down. 1931 Do Solo S sedan, $125 down. BAKERSKIELD OARAGE USED CAR LOT Next lu Fox Theater Twentieth nt Q. Phone 2286 153 MODERN 5-room cottage, $22, water pnld. 2220 Oregon street. Phone 1929 Sport. Ford roadster, $126. 1929 Chevrolet coupo, $195. 192S Essex Sport coupe, $95. I!i2.7 Chevrolet roadster, $65. 1929 Ford sedan, $195. 1U2!) Packard deluxe sedan, $69u. 1931 67 Bulck sedan, like new, $795. 1409 Eighteenth street. Phone S31 Over u period of 82 years our reputation remains paramount. Prove for yourself this assertion. Wo contlnua to sell feed for less than any advertised price. No limit to regular customers. No dealers, no tricks, no phonos. Business Is good. PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. 4-4-tf WOOD, llcmemher Peoples' Wood Yartl. for dry. sound unxl. Honest measure. Prompt dallr* nry. Prices right. Phono 2088, 170 PIANO for sale. Small size, modern, mahogany case. Uas good tone, and Is In Kood condition. Will sell cheap and accept almost any terms from responsible people. For particulars, write Fred Uutchcr, 802 li\iUon street, Fresno, Calif. 15S SPKCIAb—Mattresses renovated-and rebuilt, $2.011. l.nn call for this season at this price. Phono 4175. AUTO GLASS SPECfATj Any size. Door glass installed, $2.00. Franklin Glass Company, 1404 Eighteenth street. Phone 844. — 156 PULVERIZED dairy fertilizer, luc sack, $2.50 per load, delivered. Phone 4807-W. 154 Ui KINDS of well rooted berry plants; artichoke) and asparagus roots. Hhruba at apodal prices. Telephone 8701-J-ll. John Denlo, FruHrale. ITS 100 pounds mash, In cloth bags, $1.35. ... h bags, 100 pounds scratch, $1.1 V. 100 pounds cracked Indian corn, 11.20. QANN & ROSS, Olldale, Calif. 12-l-tf AUTO painting, 112.50 to 125; body and tender work. Prices right. Auto repairing. Trone Paint and Repair Shop, California and Ilaker. Phone 38;i-W. 1SI FOR SALE—A-l baled dairy nay. Call E. Souzu, 2626 L street, Phone 2853-.W. 167 OAR WOOD, all str.es and lengths, tot fireplaces) and atores. Guaranteed quality, and prompt delivery. Hears' Ice Dellrery. Phone 1801. HI FORDSON tractors and parts; row crop tractors; Oliver and Mollne Implements and parts. Bargains. At Uerchtold's, 330 East Nineteenth street. 1GB MUST HKtiL. Show cases, scales, cash registers, moat sllcen, air machines, freeur cases. Meat market, store, restaurant equipment. 809 Raker. 178 FOIt SALiU—Clark-Jewnl gas range. Uiraln regu lator. |18, or trade for u-ood range. First houso west IT street, on Terrnco Way. Wanted—Miscellaneous Poultry and Livestock TWO Jerieys, T. B. tested, from heity nroduclnt herd, one springing heiry second calf, $70.00; one Just freah, tint calf, gentle, 3 gallons per day, $80.00; como milk her. Also new cultivator, $30; new 2-row cotton planter, $30; good harrow, $10.00; dlac, $10.00; alt 12-Inch walking plows, $2.50 to 110.00 own; Vtordson radiator, $5.00; harness, $2.30; set 8-gaflg 13-Inch new, $75,00. Bichango for cattle, heavy hens. C. A. Beaten, half-mile north, quarter mile woat Itosodale School. Business Cards PROBE ASKED OF LA., 3BI18BY bull, tentlc. T. B. tested. Can be ret Istored. 2«, . years old. Price »85. Hervlce Station, Iloaedale. Urauf 15 i BABY TURKS, parent stock range raised, disease free. Mammoth bronie, blg-bono stock. Order now: don't delay, for oarly birds. Also oil and electric Incubators, eltctrto brooders, breeding Tumi, custom hatching. Yatos Turkey llanch and Rather, fihaftor. Calif. 154 niVKIlVIBW HATC1IE1W. Baby chicks. Best always. All breeds, from blood-tested stock. 200 0 weeks' old llncks at utonlihlnK price. Belle avenue, North Cheater. Phone 4158-J. 150 BABBITS for sale. 20 young doea and bucka. Hods and whites New Zealand. This stock li going «t a vary low price. Phone 4288-11, Illvervlew, • 154 HATiniT fryers, bucks and docs for sale. Seventh streat. Phono 2053-J. 525 155 Wanted to Buy-Miscellaneous WANT to buy, scales, cash registers, meat sllcert. adding machines, typewriter, showcun, rofrlg- eralora. atore, office and restaurant equipment, butchers' supplies, second hand furniture. Valley Store Fixture Company. 800 Baker. Phone 2130. 153 WILL PAY cash for a lifrht car. Roadster or delivery only. Must be priced right. What have you? Address P. O. Box 939. Bakcraflold. 155 \VOUIJ) like to keep piano for itoraco. 1429 O street. U2G. Henry TSlH.-Or-r. 1-Hl-tf SpecialAnnouncements CLEARANCE ON ALL KOIl IU4NT— 5-room furnished house, lawn, fruit trees, esrazr. Water nald. 308 II street. Key at 302 U street. F1VB-BOOM house, furnlshcil. J20.00 month. Water paid. 721 1'nclflc street. Kast Bahers- flelil. ' Phono 4607-.T after 5 p. m. FIVB-BOOM furnished house. $25. Near urara- mar end hlch schools, 1809 Orange stroct. Phono 271-M. 134 THE MARVEL SHOPPE 156 6Pi:CIAl> reduced rates. Learn jar.r. piano. 12 lessons. No scales or czerclses. Waterman Piano School, I860 Cheater avenue, room 10J. IDS For Rent—Apartments SKB atuactlTe grocery store room and location. 1)44 Baker street, right In the center of th« Kast Bakersfleld business district. 154 FHUIT, shade and ornamental trees and shrubberies. Rose and house plants at reduced prices. BAKERSPIELD NURSERY flat Slsth Street. Phone 326. 156 Lost—Found—Strayed and double apartment, with sleeping porch. Close In. Now renting; for $18.00 and J22.50. The Hharland. 5230 O street. Phone r,:i2. 16a FUBNINIIKO apartments. Nineteenth and 1). OTer- ituf'ed furniture. 1'rlRldalrn. 5-room house, 2000 Orange. Apply 2031 Nineteenth street, gro eery store. T'hone 5524-.1. 173 RH this desirable nicely furnished modern apartment, screen porch. Garage. Wnlcr paid. Close In. Only $12. 1105 Seventeenth street. lr>4 TWELVE BLACKS 1931 Chevrolet do luxo sedan, li wire wheels, $475. 1930 Buick sport coupo, $435. 1929 Chrysler 75 sport coupe, $295. 929 Chrysler 72 sport roadster, $295. 19: POP PRICES PAID FOR AUTOS Chester at 24th Phone 5828 158 DIICULAMS: BUY. 8KIJ,, TllADH CAH8. 2105 1 11)25 Oodgo acdan; new paint; A-l. Down $30. 1023 Pontlac coupe; A-l; low mileage. $115. 102(1 Oakland roadster; runs, looks good. $65. WILL TUADE 1927 Chevrolet and cash for light car. 1030 or newer. Must bo good buy. Call 4408-M. - 104 1929 Pontiac coupe, good condition, terms. F. .1. Gleeson, phone 3382-AV. 153 POU SAt,B—Old Ford truck, street. $6.00. 1420 U Automotive Service on nEJTT—rurnlshed apartment. $15. 2100 Reventeonth street. Call 136 LOST—Collie, shepherd dog. name Laddie, "ard. Notify Boi 62, Tlie CallfornJan. Ite- NICEIjY furnished apartment., clean: gas, lights, telephone and continuous hot water. Call at 030 Truitun avenue. LOST, Saturday night, front bumper off Hudson automobile. Finder please call 5732. 153 Personals FOH HENT cheap. 2-room furnished apartment. 112!) U mrtet. Wanted to Rent-Miscellaneous ITJj not ba responsible for any bills contracted i by anyone other than myself. (Blgned) J. V. Achln. 153 i WANT to lease or rent, small rare In good locution. Mutt be equipped and easy terms. Post Offlco Hoi 38. Dflano. 15r, IlADIATOll REPAIIIH: XEW CORES Prices at llock Iloltom. All Work Guaranteed. C. N. JOHNSTON SHOPS 18TU AND O. PHONE 636 15S For Sale—Furniture For Sale—Improved Properly CLARK-JEWEL gas range, full porcelain, largo size, $29.76. Heavy Axmlnster rugs, 9x12, $22.50. Inner spring mattresses, $8.25. Dsesscrs, $4.75. IVAN L. HAMM Phone 341. 1100 Eighteenth St. 158 Financial 1 FIVE-ROOM modern house. Tile sink. liit 80 by 300. Tlardwond floors. Chti'ken house for Radio, Musical Instruments $6.50 PER $100 FOR 1 TEAR iNO BROKERAGE—NO BONUS) Minimum Insurance at Board Rates Investigate and Be Convinced CONSUMERS CREDIT CO. A Reliable Coast-Wide Institution i Haberfelde Arcade Bldg. Phone 1053 158 FLOYD DUNLAP 1023 20th Street. Phone 891. about uOO rhlrkens. Cnw bsrn. Mil shade trees. Ten minutes from town. Mortgage company says to sell for $2050. Terms. 1150 down, balance j raiy payment*. Howard Nichols. Inc.. l.'iO.* j Nineteenth street. SHEET MUSIC—Largest stock of pop- ulur and classical music in tho city. All popular hits, old-time favorltea, piano nnd vocal solos, teaching methods, manuscript paper, etc. 1'hllllps Music Company store, across the street from the Pioneer Mercantile Company, at the corner of -— ,,—, | Twentieth nnd "Eye" streets. 153 K ?aV c&n^Che'aTV E N?nS! OUITAUS. banjos, ukuleles, piano ac- teonth street. 154 | HORIZONTAL 1 Gene Sarazen is a star? 5 To prepare for publication. fl Wattle tree. 10 Male tennis champion. 12 To ridicule. 13 Related on the mother's side. IB Policeman's token of. office. 16 Native. 18 Verb. 19 Trees. 22 Foretoken. 24 Minor note. 25 To care for. 27 Opposed to dead. 2D To bark shrilly. 31 Work of fiction. 32 To carry on as war. 36 To gaze fixedly. Answer to Previous Funle 42 Tissue. 44 Measure of area. 45 Projecting member for a mortise joint, 47 To diminish. 49 To nullify. 62 Feminine tennis champion. 54 To become exhausted. 55 Musical 36 Theater, stall, 5 drama. 39 Standard type 56 Gun lock measure. 57 Scatters as 40 Dregs. hay. VERTlCAIy 1 Glutted. 2 Recessed window 3 Guided. 4 Lawyer's charge. 5 Night before. « Noise. T Void ot sense. S Disease similar to tetanus. 9 Cot. 11 To perch. 12 Elderly matron. 14 To summon. 15 Baseball club. 17 To drink dog- fashion. 20 Residence of an ecclesiastic. 21 Coin apertures. 22 Apparent. 23 Skirmish. 26 To scold constantly. 2S Bugle plant. Self. 32 Moist. 33 Last word ot a prayer. 34 Funeral orations. 36 Works. 37 Artificial channels. 35 Before. 41 Growing out. 43 Intertwined, 46 Cluster of wool fiber knots. 4S Striped fabric. 50 Afternoon meal. 51 To make a mistake. 52 Iota. 53 Monkey. OU BALK OR REST—Three-room modern I houso In nomccrest. Inquire 312 Lincoln are- ! nue. Olldale. 134 | BACItlKICE Haheralleld home, tlve rooma. fur- j nlshed or unfurnished. Write Hoi 120. The ! Callfomlan. 153 MONET TO IX>AN—We hare an unlimited amount of rooner to loan on farm property, tans term loana, OH per cent Interaat. Our Oreenleaf. sec- reUrr. No. 558 Jeffcnon atrwt. Phone 4115-W. 1T_6 J600, 11000 or T2000, 3 years, 8 per cent, to loan on good Bakersfield homes. First trust deed. Elmer F. Karpc. Phone 210. 1617 Eighteenth street. Business Opportunities SALE—Six acre.s and house, close : in. Snap. Apply 3"0 East Nineteenth i street. 155 I For Exchange—Property WANTMD to eichange. monej -making chicken lanch In Bakersfield for clear I'Vcano property. T'hone 2813-.I after 0 p. m. 1.14 For Sale—Automobiles cordlons, flutes, i-larlnets, trumpets, trombones, saxophones. All kinds of musical Instruments sold at exceptionally low prices and on easy terms. Our store is the musical bar- Kaln center of Bakersfield. Phillips Musical Company, corner Twentieth rind "Eye" streets, one block from the Fox Theater on Twentieth street. 158 LATEST 1933 Gllfillan super hetro- dyno broadcast and short-wave police revolver. Special this week i ' only, $24.50. Terms. Don C. Preston^ ] Nineteenth and H. UOU> MINE In Kern county. Elpertenced rain- Ini men want one or more pertona to Infest i $12.000 to put gold mine and present ulll In , operation and to increase mill capacity. I'rop . trtlM consist of several patented Halms a '!'<• ton modem complete cyanldlnj plant, leady to | operate. Several thousand tons of >U ore blocked out. Thousands of tons more available by cross- ( cutting lo»-er drifts Very low milling rost«. due i 10 lartre ore bodies. Plenty of water for mill A leal mining prolecl. Tour money back first and » 40 per cent Interest In project. Tills project n-lll stand the most rial'! eiamlnallon. Will pay ! Mpenscs of your engineer If »hat we ill li j not true. Principals only. Boi K-ll. The i California^. 1^3 ; 'SERVICE station operator wanted to lease station. AVill take $400 to i handle. For information, call 3011 ! after 6 p. m. 153 ; OPPORTUNITY for a live auto me- ' chanic and electric-tan with small capital. 1605 Twentieth street. 1&4 ! CAMPanOUND and service station • for rent. See Claude Richardson, ! MeFarland. Calif. 154 I Help Wanted—Male WANTED—Neat apupearlng. honeit and reliable < man. residents of Kern county, ace 21 to Ul. Industrious and willing to work full or [tail • time. In Bakersfleld. Taft. Delano and Wasro. Rasy. pleasant and profitable work. AmblliouK men i*an earn $.5.00 ty J10.00 per day. Unusual i opportunity for advancement to men who proi-e < their efficiency and «bllltj. Tteferomeh rt nulred. Applicants must apply In person, bo- ; iween 1 and 3. 7:30-8:30 p. m.. at 2-124 Suniet. ' Balcersfleld. Calif. 13* ' MAN, high character anil physically fit, not over 40, desiring to enter 1 government service. For information and personal Interview write II. M. Biilrd, Box B-'J, The CHllfurnhui. 1.'i3 HINOI.K man. with light car. free to travel, to ilo special adrertUIng work for Ijrac casern organ! . nation. Can ritrn from )5 tn *8 dally, ulth chance ot advancement for rtfht man. Kee Mr. : lloppel. 103* Seventeenth ttn-et, from 7 In ! \ p. in. U* Help Wanted—Female JACK SEZ: 1!!29 Ford truck, now paint, $195. 1930 Huick coupe, like now, JMti. 102!) Ford pickup, J125. J.ots of Others. New law Prices. PAT'S CAP. MARKET Phone 1724. 2310 Chester Avenue Jack Hundy, Manager 1CS 1932 Plymouth coupe, low mileage, A-1 condition. Will take trudi>, can iir- ratiKe terms. Can bo HOCII at 32S Oregon street, or phono 11709-M. ir>3 1H3'J TADIJi model Atwater Kent superheterodyne radio with automatic volume control. Cost last full S73.50; and General Electric end table phonograph attachment, cost $02.90. Ilolh like ncM*. Must hn seen to bo appreciated. $30.00 takes tlirm. I'hnne 4ID7. 1(3 For Sale—Miscellaneous TUMA valley alfalfa seed, highest purity and germination. Heo this seed before you buy. llmnc D88. K,8 rt'lli: mountain honey, five gallons or 00 pounds for M..10. Call at I'.TI Il.'«lo avenuo. DR. W. TOM POLLOCK A Palmer Chiropractor ttto iriduate of other Amorlcan Injtltutlona of dnigleai heallm. lilt' him help you. One month'! aerrlee for 118. . Orer Hughes Drug 'Store Nineteenth and Chetttr Phone 1119-J PIANO TUNING Factory Neilttered Tuner 13.00 Satisfaction Guaranteed CARL A. BTItD rtiono 1000-M 630 Truitun Atenui SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINET SWEATS RUDUCINO Colonlo Irrigation INSTITUTE OP HTDnbTHEIUPT 1112 V Street 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Ptwne 30U LAUNDRY SERVICE Laundry Benin Unexcelled—That It Our Bloili Ten Different Hervlces and Zorle Odorless Dry Cleaning CITIZENS LAUNDRY Rlsteenth and O StrooU Pliont CM Professional Cards JOHN W. CULLITON PUBMC ACCOUNTANT tNCOMB TAX SERVICE, AUDITS. SYSTEMS Suite 103, Professional Building . Phono 4501 Legal Notices STATEMENT OF MINUTES BOARb OF SUPERVISORS FOR THE MEETING HELD MONDAY, JANUARY 16. 1933. DR. B. BUZAN Palmer Graduate cmrtoprtACTon Painless System Complete Electrotherapy Serrlce, Foot Correetlorii Hours, 10 to 12 a. m.. 2 to S, 7 to 8 p. m. Booms 11M12-.13 Morgan Building 1711 Cheater Arcnue Telephone 051» • I-ady Attendant Board mot In regular session at 10 o'clock A. M., with all members except Supervisor Abel, present. Claims ugalnat the County were allowed. Supervisor "Woollomcs was authorized to sell 25 tiers of wood no longer needed by the County. The sale of 25 tiers of wood for the gum of $69.DO was confirmed and money deposited In the County Treasury. Requisitions were approved. Lewis A. Burtch was reappolnted Agricultural Commissioner for a term of four years. Affidavit of Publication of Ordinance No. 249 was accepted. Petition of Hlchficld Oil Company for refund of taxes for year 1930-31, In the Bum of $14,005.66, and of Pan- American Petroleum Company for refund of taxes in the sum of J14.200.01, were referred to the District Attorney. The following applications for business licenses were granted, viz: Melissa S. Jones, Bakersfield. Alma Partridge, Shafter. B. \V. Fraysler, Bakersfield. M. B. Melton, Kernvlllo. C. L. Lindsay, Bakersfield, C. H. Taylor, Glennvllle. S. E. Frost, Bakersfield. W. L. Guilders, Shafter. M. A. Mundell, Bakerfflold. Reports of County Officials were received and filed. Minutes of the Board for the meet- Ing held January fl, 1933, were approved, and Statement of Minutes of said meeting approved and ordered printed. Hearing was held on Viewers Report on proposed Road No. 759, Cauzza Williams et al, in Section 11-29-29, and said road declared a public highway. Bids, will be received until 2 o'clock P. M., Monday, January 30. 1933. for bonds In the matter of Acquisition and I Improvement District No. 3, this being the time heretofore set for said sale, but no bids having been received. Board took a recess until 2 o'clock P. M., Friday, January 20, 1933. Friday, January 20, 1933. Board met pursuant to recess of January 16, 1933, with all members except Supervisors Hart and Abel present. Claims against the County wero allowed. Board adjourned until Monday. January 23, 1933, at 10 o'clock A. M. F. E. SMITH, Jan. 25. Clerk of the Board. Legal Notices Councilman Hyde Declares, Criminals Prelected by Some Officers (United Pren Looted Wire) LOS ANGELES, Jan. 25.—A request that tlie state Senate Investigate crime conditions in Los Angeles and Hollywood, just as the Seabury committee did. In New York City, haw been rjade In a resolution proaorfted to City Council by Councilman James M. Hyde. .. Hyde charged that intimate relations existed between criminals,, peace officers and "unscrupulous .politicians" In this city. Only a drastic step can save the city from a rapidly Increasing gang-i ster menace which threatens to "turn Los Angeles Into a second Chicago, 1 : Hyde charged. AVhen the federal government took a hand In cleaning up Chicago, Hyde charged, gangsters moved Into Los Angeles, "particularly Into Hollywood," the councilman said. Uo pointed out recent bold gem robberies, none of which -were solved by police, which, ho said, savored of t Chicago tactics. In the past few months,, Harpo Marx, Betty Compsbn and others have been, robbed of gems which later either were returned through Insurance, companies or In round-about* methods, usually after rewards were quietly paid. BOARD OF STUDENTS LESS THAN IN 1862 NOTICE OF THE 'HEARING RE. PORT OF VIEWERS ON PROPOSED ROAD No. 842. (Associated I'rcts Leased Wtre) IOWA CITY, Iowa, Jan. 25.—Seven- Office of the Clerk of the Board of ty years ago the University of Iowa Supervisors of the County of Kern, Stale of California: To All Non-Consenting Owners of the Hereinafter Described Lands Take Notice: That the report of viewers heretofore appointed by the above-named Board to view and lay out proposed County Road No. 842, commencing at tho northeast corner of Villa Lot No. 26, according to the map of "Drury'H Addition of Kern City, Sec. 21, T, 29 S., R. 28 E., M. D. B. & M.," filed for record on March 18th, 1907, on page 101 of Book 1 of Maps, and running thence southerly and along east boundary Of said Villa Lot No. 26, to the southeast corner thereof, has been set down for hearing by tho said Board of Supervisors at their rooms In the County Courthouse In the City of Bakersfield, .said County and State, for January 30, 1933, at 11 o'clock A. M., where any and all interested therein may appear nnd make objection thereto If deemed proper. Tho said road will pass over, I through and upon the lands owned by: Sarah J. Tltmus. Villa Txjt No. 26, Drury's Addition of Kern City. By order of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State of California, made January 9, 1933. F. E. Smith. County Clerk and ex-Offlcio Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. Jan. 12 to 26, inc. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING announced In Its catalogue that "the price of board varies from $2 to $3 « week." During the current school year 23 men are receiving three meals a day on the same campus at an average weekly cost of $1.52. The new "low" in weekly board bills is tho accomplishment of Kellogg House, a co-operative dormitory whoso occupants claim to have met an all-time record for group success in reducing the cost of higher education. Members of Kellogg Houso have leagued that a dollar can be made to go a long way in these days—but tho joker In some cases was that tho boy's did not have the dollar. Their parents, however, had an abundance of food materials, and as a result thu system of barter was applied. DIFFERENT TREATMENT IN TAX CASES UPHELD (Ujiitcd I'rcta Leased Wire) MERCED, Jan. 25.—Policies of tin- Merced Irrigation District taking title- to some lands for delinquent taxen Notice Is hereby given that the An- land in allowing other parcels to re NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS OF 'KERN COUNTY FINANCE COMPANY. Notice-Is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Kern County Flnanco Company will be held at the office of ^Md corporation at 1923 Chester Avenue In the City of Bakersfield, State of California, on Thursday, January 26, 193'j. at the hour of 3 p. m., for the pur- I poso of electing directors for the en, suing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly i come before the mooting. , M. A. WBATinSRWAX. Jan. 12 to 26. Secretary. nual Meeting of stockholders of the Parafftno Oil Company will o« held at the office of the company, H20 Seventeenth street. Bakersfield, California, on Tuesday, the 31st day of January, 1933, at tho hour of 3 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors and transacting such other business as may come before the meeting. CHAS. A. HARE, SoiM-ctnry, Parafflne Oil Jonipuny. Dated January 12, 1333. Jim. 12 to 27, inc. YOUTH'S BODY FOUND LYNN, Mass., Jan. 25. (A. P.)- -The body of Edward Mulllnckrodt, 111, 20, of St. Louis, Mo., Harvard freshman and son of one of the country's largest chemical manufacturers, was recovered from the ocean off Nahant today. Mallinckrodt and a companion met death when their airplane fell into tho water December 29. main in the hands of original owners, today had the approval of the county Grand Jury. Tho Jury investigated tho district following receipt of charges that the directors of the district wero "Inconsistent" In their dealings with holder's of delinquent properties. ' t Tho directors said in several instances they had allowed original owners to remain on delinquent properties because the land could not be sold for sufficient to pay county taxes, and because the holders "were dolivp; the best they could." The district already owns 10,492 acres and can take title to 700 more, the report said. $300,000 FIRE AT S. f. SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 25. (A. P.)— Flames which swept through the canvas and awning plant of the .1. L. Stuart Manufacturing Company in downtown Sun Francisco last, night caused damage estimated at nearly ?300,000 by owners and fire department officials today. GASOLINE ALLEY Who Laughs Last Laughs Longest Bv KING 1587 Typewriters in One Order New Mark (Anxnciatcd Pros Leaned Wire) CHICAGO, Jan. 25. — A typewriter company has received an order for 1587 typewriters from tho Now York City Board of Education, described by tho company us "the largest Individual order ever placed In the Industry." BOVS VOU'RE >VOU WON'T DO WELCOME TO JAKH HARM WITH THE OLD BARQE. /THAT CAMAL BOAT. ^^ SOMEBODfS GOT TO STEER. GEE THANKS FOR IT OOT. We WEED HORSEPOWER DON'T CARE ABOOT STICKING TO THE ROAD. LOOK, SKEEZIX. THAT'S WHN IT WOULDN'T RON. WALT IT'S A WONDER -VOU WOOLDM'T CBT OUT AND PUSH OKJLV TWO BLOCKS MORE Hu. U. i. hi Of.. U»/in«v, 194 !tf Tht Chiuio Tiibuiu. Soviet Army Equals U. S. and European (United Prat Leaned Wire) MOSCOW. Jan. 25.— The lied army threw off the heritages of the czurlst regime and was built up during ithe five-year plan to compare In staff and equipment with tho war machines of Kurope nnd the United States. Minister of War Klemcntl Voroshi- loff told the Moscow garrison today. The minister of war emphasised that the Soviet Union could not exist without a well trained and equipped fighting force. WOMAN NAMED SHERIFF . TULIA, Texas. Jan. 25. (A. P.)Mrs. J. C. Mosoloy, wife of tho sheriff of Swlsher county, slain here Monday by a man he attempted to question. ' todny accepted appointment as sheriff to fill the unexplrcd term ot her husband. * THE BUNGLE FAMILY Consolation By MARRY J. TUTHILL WANTED—A houaekocper. Aptrtment No. S. Twentieth itreet. 153 woman to taaltt with liouaework ilutltb In for board, room arid KmaJI aalary. At tractive, comfortable eurrountilnss. Ilione . 334JJ-H. _ Situations Wanted— -Female 5IIDDLU-AGED lad)', eood cook, an; Job. ranch preferred. Will take diaj-»o of liome (Jo anywhere. Call 1731 Bet IB avtnue. _ WANTED— Work by Hie day or hour, anytime. 2515 O itrael. __ 1M ! WANTED — Younu woman aa houaekeeuer and prar- i tleal nurae. Or.ly two In family, lilve aEt. \ experience, uactrt. etc. P. O. Boi 471. Ualieu- ftcld. 154 LADY — White, housekeeper. Two adult t. Iloarti. room and ainall u-ace. Give ate. where you ran : be Interviewed. Addrna P. 0. Boi 214, Dflano For Rent— Rooms With i Board HOCM vd board. 19.50 per week. Couifortabit loom*, pleaaant aurroundliifa. Free ptLrut>i( Alto tnnaleiit ulnncrt. r,o icnta. Wlit Mn* fln«t. XclrpUout V37, ».2(-.l , I KNEW SOMETHING LIKE THIS WOULD APPCN. WHEN I WAPsNED PEGGY ABOUT THE WAY KLEO SWIZZLED HER EYES AT HIM EVERY TIME PEGGY MADE IT OH GEORGE BUNGLE HAVE ENOUGH ON MY MIND WITHOUT HEAWNQ YOU GIVE ONE OF THOSE SUNSHINE LECTURES. THE REALLY WORST PART OF THIS AFFAIR IS THE CHEERFUL WAY PEGGV TO THINK HOW LONG PLANNED THINGS. NO THEN TO HAVE THEM TURN OUT HIS WAY. AND EGGY IS JUST MUCH TO BLAME AS KLEO THE IDEA! I'VE FELT AS IF I W/VS WHIRLING AP.OUND IN SPACE EVER SINCE KLEO SO CALMLY ADMITTED SHE ELOPED WITH THAT WISHY-WASHY BOB GRUBBER. ANYHOW JO, YOU GET OVER WORRYING ABOUT A TRICK FIANCE BUT WORRYING ABOUT A DIZZY -IN-LAW A LIFE WORK. PROSPECTIVE SON-IN-LAWS WHO CHANGE THEIR MINDS TOO QUICKLY ARE NO BARGAIN ANY PRICE. FIANCES WITH FLAT-TIRED MEMORIES DON'T GET OVER IT JUST BY BECOMING A HUSBAND WELL JO, EVERYTHING HAS A BP.IGHT SIDE TO IT. MRS. GRUBBER. FLAPPER FANNY SAYS= The only heat some radiator* bring Is.the hot word* to the fur. nace man,

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