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THE BAKERSF1ELD CALIFORN1AN, MONDAY, FEBRUARY'6. Special Announcementg^ For Rent—Houses rot'H-UOOM roltauo In court. Ktul nihenflnlil. Ormliifrod furniture, automatic healer, R«r«tn: valor palil. Phone 1M7-W. 5300 Arlington street For Rent—Apartments See attractive stenm-hciitod corner SUlto oC office rooms. FIRST NATIONAL liAN'K BLDQ. East Hakersfleld P.IO FI10LP LITTLE COMPETITION Dentist's Plumbing Work Installed 1 61 (SPECIAL reduced rules. Learn jszz piano. 12 lessons. No icafes or cicrrlncs. Waterman Pltno School. 1600 Chciler ivcnup. room 10r>. 16S VOU cnn snvo money by ronsulttnjr our Advisory Department lioforo "lakinR funeral nrrniifremonts. Phono 603. FtltlNIHHKn apartments. NliwteonUi and I). Oter- ituffed furniture. Krlxldiltr. 6-room house. 2000 Ormiio. Apply 20.11 Nineteenth itreel, urn- corr llcirc. Phono M24-.1. 178 FOft HUNT — Well furnished apart • ment nl The Kelly. Three mourn and Imth. Garage. Clone In. Adults only. or 340. Inc. . Bakersfleld Memorial Park. " . HeiiHonnble rent. Call Mlioio 4003 or 3B3. 1305 I street. 164 ___ _____ _ Al'AHTMKNT. throo rooms, completely furnish*!. licit «at«r. Clos« bi. $23. Also front tiedrouni. J10. l.ltn II itreiil. Phono 3371. 194 _ Personals _ ^_ *105-»350 MONTH— OotenimMit 11(0 lobl. Mini future »aranr.lr-». Mm. n-nmcn. IS-.lo. Steady work. Mil Jobs: jamnlc roarlilnn ind full particular! HIKE. Apply Immediately— today sur«. Unit K-IO. The Callfonilun. _ COMBINATION card mid tea cup reading. Temper's ranch, II sttoet, _ blocks south of Brnndage I.anc. Til) anartmonls. 14 and IS » week. Oai, Ililhts. water and RurbagD Included. 2511 Nineteenth street. Two ami R room npts. water, Unfits, e«s palil; Jlrt and »1S month. Single room, adjoining bath. Sin month. Slil.'i K slreel. 165 FtTRNlHHKD apartment, for rent In I'liynlcr court, coiner Palm and tl streets. Inquire 1801 1'alm street. For Sale—Automobiles liOL'OLAS: CASH PAID FOtt CAIW, 3105 I La I a 1028 Dodio "8" coupe; good ihipe. Buy, {175. 1023 Dmlac Sedan; new mint, > third down $30. Tluyi: Mam-ell Sedan MO! 30 Ford louring $20. ' US13D CAR BAnOAINS 1932 Plymouth sedan, run 2000 miles. 1D31 Auburn sedan, 1931 Olds sedan utid 1932 Ford town sedan. All In flno condition nnd priced for quick ' Halo. BHOWN-BOYD MOTOR COMPANY 2S22 Chester Ave. Phono 3955. 165 JACK 81355: Look Everywhere, Then See Our Stock. Lowest Prices In California. Ucmeniber, Wo Handle Our Own R) ' PAT'S CAR MARKET Phone 1724 2310 Chester Avenue Jack Bundy. Manager 182 Automotive Service HADIAT011 RDPAinS; NBW CORES Prices al llock llottom. All Work Guaranteed. C. N. JOHNSTON SHOPS Eighteenth and O. Phono 058. 18i For Rent—Farm Land Fof Sale—Furniture Financial FOR HUNT—Two-acre chicken ranch. Vista Pnrk tniol, T20. Will sell or trade. Phone 020. Henry Utaslor. 1-30-tf •=ti.;0 PF,R $100 FOR 1 YEA It (NO nilOKKRAGE—NO T1ONUH) Minimum Insurance at Hoard Rates Investigate atul Tip Cnnvlnpod CONSl'MER.S CREDIT CO. FOR RTCNT—SO acres, about 12 miles southwest. Canal water, pumping plant, about SO uerep has been In alfalfa. One-fourth i-rop roiiUtl or $400 rash. Kolly & Son, 1712 Cho.s- t'pr. Telephone 303. ' 163 FOR JIBNT—Flio acres, with 4 -room house. Plmno For Salc^mproved Property ' CIITCKI'TN RANCH—About 2-.'l acre, nmul throe- 3-Pleoe bedroom set (bed, chest and vanity), *9.DO. 5-Plece walnut dining sot, J15.00. Overstuffed chairs, $3.00. fl by 9 runs, $3.00. IVAN L. HAMM Phono 341 1100 F.lghtccnth St. 1S2 KIMllALL PIANO— $17. DO. now electric washer JJ1.00, foldllll srreeng $3, $3. .00 and $4. DO; bed, Poultry and Livestock PAT frying rabbits, any size, 819 Thirtieth street. II. n. Itewh. llione 1232-W. 163 Business Cards BAB\' TURKBY8 rrom (urge bone, Tieary trpe mammoth bronto stock. Electric, gaa, oil Incubators; custom httchlng. Yttea Turke; nnneh and Italchcr, Bhafter. rallf. 163 1'OR SALB—Twenty plgi, 3 months' old. W. F. Patterson, l»i mllei south of Weed Pitch store. 184 roil HALE—.Strong gentln mule or will trade I Tor \voaned pigs. Tlrown'a ranch, Lerdo. 104 ; Foil BALIS Oil TnADB—Cash or tertnn, 10 brood sows, f!0 fpederp and one hundred wcMicd pigs. Will trade- fur haj-. rnllk stock, teams of mules, smnll bouse or what have ytni, ,1. 1>. Darroli. 2 mile* south of Arvln. Ilox 101. 103 Wanted to Buy-Miscellaneous WANT TO BUY—Wilk-1n butcher bm; caah roglater, scales, typewriter, adding machine, atora, office and restaurant equipment. 809 llakcr street. Phone 5130. » 165 Legal Notices DR. \Y. TOM POLLOCK / A 1'aJmer Chiropractor Says noadaehe Is easy. Let him help you. ONE MONTH'S SEBV1CB FOR $10 Oter Hughei Drug Store Nineteenth and Chester Phone 1110-J PIANQ TUNING Fictory lleglstered fffhtr $8.30 1 Satisfaction' Guaranteed CABL A, BYtlD Pbon* 1809-M 830 Truitun AIUID SWEDISH MASSAGE CA1I1NKT SWBAXS UliDUCINt) Colonle Irrigation INSTITUTE OP HVD11OTHEBAPT 1IU V Street 9 i. m. to D p. m. Phone 90SI Professional Cards DR. B. BUZAN Palmer Clraduite vanity and spring $9.50. 1111 Nlnelwnlh street. Claudo B. Mtnner, 105 4-PIKCH bedroom set, Tanlty. bench, boil and I'tiMt-of-drawors, complete with coll springs and Inner-spring mattress. $38.50. Davis Furnlturo 2105 Chester avenue. 1U8 FI.OVD DUXLAP 1523 2Uth Street. Phone i 191 182 JIONKT TO l.O.\N Wr lure an unlimited imcr.mt , of tnontr to lo«n on. firm property. Ixing term j losnt. 5'i per cent Interest. Our Orccnlrif. i«. :et«ry. Nc. 128 Jcftcrson Jtrcet. Plione 4153-W. 170 S:r,0 down. $27.50 monthly. What nn opportunity: Howard Nichols. Inc.. 1309 Nineteenth slrenl. I'linne 38:1. »-fl-tf HIGHWAY frontage, 120 feet, rloso to Chester, on new Htiite highway. tcrmo. Elmer F. Karpc. Phone 210. iri17 Eighteenth utrpnl. 2-3-tf For Sale—City Lots Business Opportunities , -~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~- '-'-_-i-r-rL------- --'-' -' HAVE bonding house full of pirlns tucsH. On •rnxint of health 1 am forced to leay. WHn tranti to take OTPT my business? Writ*! Box, ».-.. The California!!. !£_' i Contractors and Builders REDUCED price for two lots, North 1C street, near chamber of commerce, each 25x122 feet. Price J3.10.00 each. Terms, $1.00 down and $1.00 weekly en Hi. Kelly &. Chester. Telephone 3B3. Son, 1712 103 For Sale or Lease—Oil Land GOOD CAnl'K.NTna. painter and panerlmijor. Very reasonable. Day or contract. Anywhere. ! Phone 560-W. i LEASE—13.55 acres, Fruitvale oil field, ! near good producing wells, one-sixth S royalty $5000.00 bonus In oil, 90-day drilling. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester. 167 Telpphnne 363. 163 , PAPERBANOINO. painting, tlnttnf. Done lo suit. By contract or hour. Intimates cheerfully gl'en. Scott. 905 Eighth street. Phone 018-W. 185 WANTED—Painting, paper hanging and tlntlnc. tint-class «ork. Phone S76-W. IPS Help Wanted—Male WANTKD—Near, appearing, honwt and rellshlo men. residents of Kern county, age 21 to 40. industrious and trilling to work full or part time, in BalicrsfleUI. Tnft. Delano and Waaco. I'asy. | pleasant an-,1 profitable work. Ambitious men j >-an csrn J5.00 to J10.00 per day. Unusual oppor- ', lunltr (or advancement to mm wlio prove tlielr : efficiency ami ability. Jlefercnces required. Ap- : For Exchange—Property Radio, Musical Instruments BEAUTIFUL burl walnut Brunswick Panalrope radio-phonograph combination. An Instrument of quality, taken in as part payment on grand piano. Will sell for allowance made, $78, with new sol guarantee. Terms. ..Don C. Preston, Hotel Tegeler building. 182 Fruits and Vegetables SEBD POTATOES, M BerclltolU's. 330 Eait Nineteenth street 163 OUANGES and urapefrult, $1.10 boi. Olenn Bert- Ice Station, 1503 Kajl Truxtun. ered. Phono 4012 or 8731-J-13. Orders deliv _ 188 For Sale—Miscellaneous Calif. ! WE FURNISH the store, rent, lights, i etc., with full line of standard mer- ] chandise and give you one-third of the profits. Men with fair education able to meet the public, will be taught the business. .See Mr. Clary at 2015 Chester avenue, mornings. 16S Help Wanted—Female J IjADY—White. housek»p«r. Two adults. Board, room and small wage. O!T« age and address Address P. O. Boi 214. Delano. Calif. 185 EXCHANGE—Building, arranged for restaurant, apartments, hotel, dance hall, on Golden State highway at Tenth street, outside city limits. Value, $lfi,000. Want home near high school, or acreage. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester. Telephone 36". EXCHANGE—On main highway, auto camp, bungalow, restaurant, with all furniture nnd equipment. $7">00.00 mortgage, $4500. Want bungalow, southwest. Will assume. Kelly & Son. 1712 Chester. Phono 30;!. 163 For iSale—-ynimproycd Laivd FOR SATjE—I'i-acro, edge of city, southwest. Finest of noils, excellent water conditions. $950.00. Terms, $25.00 cash and $2.50 per week. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester. Telephone 363. (CASH AND CARR7 ONLY) 100 Lbs., Recleaned, Highest Qradt 100 LBS. HEN SCRATCH, $1.10. 100 Ibs. reclcaned wheat, $1.00. 100 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bags), $1.35. 76 Ibs. ROLLED BARLETV 80c. MANY MORE NOT ADVERTISED BAKERSPIELD GRAIN COMPANY Baker Street and Truxtun Avenue 10-28-tf For Sale—Automobiles Over a period of 32 years our reputation remains paramount. Prove for yourself this assertion. Wo continue to sell feed for less than any adver- , Used price. I No limit to rerular customers. No dealers, no trlcus, no phonea. Business Is good. PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. 4-4-tf NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROP. ERTY AT PRIVATE SALE No. 124,808 IN THE supEmon COURT OF' THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES. In the Matter of tho Estate of G. M. Jones, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given thai, under and pursuant to the law made and provided, the undersigned, Ollvo B. Jones, Ruth Jones Wright and Olive Jones Peplow, the duly appointed, qualified and acting executrlces of the estate of O. M. Jones, deceased, will sell at private sale, to tho highest and best bidder, subject to confirmation of said Superior Court, on or after tho 18th day of February. 1833, at the law offices of We.ber & Kldder, Room 1200 Bay Cities Building. 221 Santa Monica Boulevard, In tho City of Santa Monica, county of Los Angeles, state of California, all of tho right, title and Interest of said deceased at tho time of his death, and all of the right, title and Interest that the estate of said deceased has acquired by operation of law or otherwise, other than in addition to that of G. M. Jones, deceased, at the time of his death, In and to alt that certain parcel of real property, situate In?-tho county of Kern, state of California, and particularly described as follows, to-wlt: Tho NWU of Section 10, township 26 south, range 25 cast, S. B. B. M. Terms of sale, cash. In lawful money of the United States on confirmation of sale, or part cash and balance evidenced by notes secured by mortgage on the property so sold. Ten per cent of tho amount of tho bid to be deposited with the bid. Bids or offers to bo in writing and will bo received at the aforesaid office at any time after tho first publication hereof and before dale of sale. Dated January 26, 1333. OLIVE B. JONES, RUTH JONES WRIGHT, OLIVE JONES PEPLOW, Executrlces of tho Estate of G. M. Jones, Deceased. Weber & Kldder, W. E. Byrne. 1200 Bay Cities Bldg., Santa Monica, Calif., Attorneys for Executrlces. Jan. 28 to Feb. 8, Inc.. LAUNDRY SERVICE Laundiy Sertlce l)nejc«ll«d—That II Out Sloial Ten Different Scrvlcn and Zorlc Oilorlei! Dry Cleaning CITIZENS LAUNDRY •litctnth and O Street! Phoni Ml STOlfk MATERNITY HOME (Formerly Palms Mitcrntly Home) N*E\V • ' 1-niEPnoOP MODERN Ulensod Graduate Nuriea In Attendance • t>xi (Hemline) Denhatn, Proprietor 721 El Kin h Street Phone 0162 Valnlei! System Ctniplele Eleetrolherapy Sertlce, Fool CorrMtlaiw Houra, 10 to 1! «. m.. B to 6, T to 8 p. m. Rooms 111-113-113 Morgan Building 1711 Chester Avenue Telephone B616 _ Mn> Attending Legal Notices Japan Was Best U.S. Customer,'32 in Airship Parts Professional Cards JOHN W. CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX SEUV1UK. AUDITS. SVSTBMS Bull. 103, Professional Building Phone 4961 Legal Notices Order and Notice of Order appointing Time and 'Place for Proving Will and Hearing Application for Letters Testamentary Thereon. In the Superior Court of the State of California In and for the County of Kern. In the Matter of the Estate of Amos Clinton Collins, Deceased. Julia Collins, having filed a petition for Probate of Will nnd praying for Letters Testamentary of the estate of Amos Clinton Collins, deceased. THEREFORE, In accordance "with Section 327 of the Probate Code, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, that Tuesday, February 14, 1933, nt 10 o'clock a. m. of that day, and the Court Room of Department No. 2 of the Superior Court, at the Court House, In the CHy of Bakersfleld, County of Kern, bo and the same Is hereby appointed as the time and place for proving the Will of said deceased and for hearing the application of the petitioner for the Is- ORDJNANCE No. 250 The Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern do ordain as follows: Section I, It shall bo unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to mutilate, destroy, collect, wr remove any of the following named plants, to-wlt: Desert Holly (Atrlplex hymcnely- tra); all species and varieties of Cacti: Snow Plant (garcodes san- guinea): Tucoa (Hesperoyucea whlp- plei), also known as Spanish Bayonet; Joshua Tree (Yucca moluivensls), also known as Yucca brevifolla; Tiger Lily (Lilian parvum); Kern County Cypress (Cu.pre88.us ncvadensis); Purpus Larkspur (Delphinium purpusll); Mountain Dogwood (Cornus nuttallll); Adobe Lily (Frltlllarln pluraflora); Bitter-root (Lewlsla rcdivla); all species and varieties of Marlposa Lilies (Calochortus); Clarkla (Clarkla xan- llana); Itcd Bud (Cercis occldciHalia), also known as Judaa Tree; nnd Fre- montla (Fretnontodendron ciillforni- cum), also known us slippery elm, wild quince and leathcrwood, or to pick, or to cut any branches, fruits or blossoms therefrom, or to dig up or remove any underground parta thereof, whether growing on public or private land In the County uf Kern, without a permit Issued by tho Agricultural Commissioner of said County, or except In the case of private land, the owner gives his consent thereto. Section II. Permits may be Issued by tho County Agricultural Commissioner to tho duly accredited repre- i sentatlves of any public library, museum, herbarium, or educational Institution, or to herbarium collectors to take such plants or parts of plants for educational or scientific purposes. Section III. It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to destroy wantonly the wild flowers of Kern County, by using said wild flowers in the decoration of automobiles, except in' the case of public displays, under a permit so to do, issued by the County Agricultural Commissioner. Section IV. Any person, firm, or corporation violating any of the provisions of this Ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall be punishable by a fine not exceeding $50.00 or by imprisonment In the County Jail for a' term not exceeding 30 days, or by both such fine and Imprisonment. Section V. This Ordinance shall be in force and take effect thirty (30) days from and after the adoption (Amiootfitet Press Leased Wire) WASHINGTON, Feb. 6,—Japan was the leading customer for airplane parts from the United States In 1932. Statistics of the commerce department today showed Japan purchased 9346,4995 worth of parts In the year as compared with $116,106 In 1931.. China ranked ninth, takine only $58,760 worth of parts as compared with purchases of $163,946 the previous year. Brazil ranked second, taking $286,489 worth as compared with $1£4,600 In 1931, and Argentina was third with $191,850 as compared with $48,413. Canada took $89,019 worth of parts and Bel- glum fifth in rank took $60,320. The 'total exports of airplane parts were valued at $1,756,421, against $1,521,828 In 1931. LEAPJ DEATH Quarrels With Her \yealtliy Young Escoft; Jumps From 33rd Story ; 22 MEET MIC DEATHJEEK-END Motor Car Accidents, Suicides and Shootings Take Toll in State suanco to said petitioner of Letters Testamentary thereon, when and where any person Interested may appear and contest the same. And it is further ordered that notice thereof be published In Tho Bakersfleld Call- . . . - fornlan for the time required by law. tjon printed and published l.n the Dated January 30, 1933. F. E. SMITH. . . . County Clerk and ex-Offlcio Clerk of Superior Court. Jan. 31 to Feb. 10, Inc. thereof, and prior to the expiration of Fifteen (15) days from the passage thereof shall be published for at len.st one week in The Bakersfield Califor- nlan, a newspaper of general, circulation printed and published l.n the County of Kern, State of California, together with the names of tho members of the Board of Supervisors voting for and against the same. Tlje foregoing ordinance was passed (Continued} (Untied Press Leased Wire) CHICAGO, Fob. fl.—Albert. Russol TJJrsklno, Jr., 24, son of tho mlllloimira automobile manufacturer, was summoned today for an Inquest Into tho death of a pretty blondo who leaped from the thirty-third floor of a hotel after a cabaret party to which Ersklne took her. v Ersklne and the girl, Miss Vera Hoy- burn, 25, quarreled at the night club because sho believed he was too attentive to other women, police were told. She left the party, went to tho t exclusive Medlna.li Athletic Club, where Ersklne lives, and leaped from a window near his room. Eight-Story Plunge Her body plunged to a setbnclt on ' tho twenty-fifth floor. It lay thcro eight hours In the near zero weather until discovered by a maid who peered from tho open window. Tho club where Ersklne has lived two months, faces on Michigan avenue boulevard; Ersklno told police that he and Minn Heyburn were accompanied to tho party by F. Ward Just, son of n. Waiikegan publisher. A. O. Atwater, brother-in-law of Phillip TC. Wrigley. and Miss Gladys Stewart. After tholr quarrel, Ersklno said, he gave Miss* Heyburn taxi faro and went to spend tho night with Atwater. He did not learn of tho suicide until yesterday afternoon. Ersklne said he frequently stayed with Atwater. Police said they were thoroughly' satisfied with lOrsklne's story. Police Theory They 'believed that Miss Heyburn ently had committed suicide, police reported. Five persons were killed when an automobile and truck trailer loaded with steel collided near Banning. Tho , victims, all of Banning, wore Edward i went Jo «.e a^Wotl^olub toj,nU for Downs, 40; his wife, Mrs. Thelma | Downs, 34; Norman Hclnelmrdt, 35, and the Downs' two children, Robert, 7, and Leslie. 14, Miss Elsie Schnt-11, 21, of San Diego, was killed when her car struck another machine at high speed. Two Slain Andrew N. Holcman. 35, cx-convlct, and Sterling M. Smith, 25, robber, were slain when they "shot it out" with police. Holeman was wanted for the killing of a detective. - Babe White, so-called "human fly," plunged to his death from tho third story of a building In Santa Monica. Mrs. E. A. Nelson, 72, was run down by a motorist as she attempted to cross a street. The body of J. C, Peterson, 3o, was found in the Hollywood hills, a bullet, wound in the head, a possible victim of a robbery or gang war, police said. Ill health and financial worries were given by deputy sheriffs as tho motive for the suicide of Arthur R. Kirby, of I Hynes, who shot himself with a pistol, j Film Editor Killed j Georgio Marks. 32, film editor, was; a result of their quarrel. Hayden, elevator operator, said sho wax "nervous" when she asked to jro to Ursklne's suite. Her body was Identified by Miss Irene Gerz, a former roommate. Miss Heyburn was unemployed, but formerly was a stenographer In a broker's office. Krsklne Is the only son of the president of the 1 Studebaker Corporation at South Bend, Ind., and president of the Fierce-Arrow Motor Car Company. He Is employed In a local advertising agency. HIDDEN PROVERB and adopted by said Board of Super- | killed when his automobile turned over Help Wanted—Salesmen -was $675; |1D32 Ford standard coupe ! sale price, $565. """ ! 1932 Ford town sedan — was $725; sale MEN WANTED for Hawlelgh city routes of 800 i price, $625. cwmim«rs In cltle« of Bakersfleld and saiita j 1932 Chevrolet coupe — was $575; sale Paula. .Hellabl" hustler can start earnlna- $25 price, $485. , «ceklf and Increase rapidly. Write Immediately. ! 5 g;n Ford coupe — was $395; sale price, Rawlelgh Company. Department CA-4-V, Oak- i J325. land. Calif. I 1931 Ford town sedan — was $450; sale - 1 price, $395. Help Wanted— Agents ! 19n0ri ce 0r »2r n scdan - wns *= 95; 8al ° ' " ~ -------- ~- ' Ford de luxe roadster — was $395; OF RECONDITIONED FARM MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT Approximately 140 pieces to be sold to highest bidders—corn and cotton planters, rakes, harrows, plows, cultivators, tractors, trucks, trailers, horses, harness, etc., etc. SALE STARTS AT 9:15 A. M. Sandwiches and Coffee at Lunch. COL. O. S. GRANT, AUCTIONEER 615 E. 19TH ST.. BAKERSFIELD SALESPEOPLE now making $4 to $fi j K .,] o pr | ce , $325. day. Need 5 more. D. J. Dolly, 171Gj day. Eighteenth street. 1929 Hupmobile spt. coupe—was $295; sale price, {225. 192S Chrysler 72 sport roadster—was S350; sale price $295. 1930 Essex coupe—was $325; sale price, UTTNB raked by power machine. Cheaper and ' ?2G5. Latter than hand "or*. Tree and fine pruning. 11929 Ford pickup—was $195; sale price, frea estimation. Phone IIG.VJ. 163 j $150. Situations Wanted—Male New and used tractors and implements. Let us quote you prices. Berchtold's, 330 East Nineteenth St. 163 64 I'IKCl; glass dinner set service for 8, regular Jfi.I'r,. this week only at $3.45. Davll furniture Kichange. 3105 Chwter arenue. Situations Wanted—Female I.ADY desires 5191-J. hour work or Mi one 18S EXPERIENCED saleslady. on« capsble or tsklnF charge of small business, \vlshes position. Writ* i noi 83-n. Ttie Callfornlsn, _ IM ] WANTBD— Horn* laundry. Work rarffullv done, j Also housework by day or hour. Mable- Jadwin. | 1955 Blanrha street. Phon» 311CT-J. : MANY OTHER VALUES USED CAR LOT Sixteenth and Chester. Phone 116 (Opposite Courthouse) MUNT MKLU Show rases, scales, cash registers, meat sllcira, adding machines, rrxzer cases. Meat mazket. store, restaurant equipment. 800 Dakar 179 i PU1.VBH17.BD dairy fertilizer. 15 cents • or J2.50 load. Phone 4807-W. a saH HOKIZONTAL 1 Alacrity. 6 Not many. 9 Manufactures. 14 Pulpit block. 15 Constellation, 16 Opposed to dead. 17 Balance. IS Light brown. 19 Thin metal plate. 20 To carry one's self saucily, f 21 Prodigality. 23 To fracture. 24 Annoys. 26 Tidier. 80 Resembling epic poetry. 34 To crimp. 85 Nuptial ceremony. 36 Drooping. 38 Required. 40 Distinct. 43 Sailors. Answer to Previous Fuizle JIPIOl SI E DHG&r»} ft laos HHIIW aaaa ana iL.miL.ii-1 •iSOne of two equal parts. 51 To combine. £3 To make a type of lace. 54 Fine line ot a letter. 55 Stream. 56 To piece out. 57 Oily keytone. 5S Fragrant oleoresin. VERTICAL ITo chance. 2 Herb. 3 Bustle. 4 Stint. 5 Before. 6 Deadly. 7 Rubber, pencil 46 Stalk. 13 Silk fabric. 21 Woolen fabric. 22 Everlasting. 24 Resources. 25 Play (slang). 27 Small shield 28 Work of genius. 29 Beverage popular in England. 31 Small fish. 32 Low, vulgar fellow. 33 Beer. 36 Essential character. 37 To recapture. 39 To disagree. 41 Suffragist. 4 2 Valued. 44 Source of indigo. 46 To split. visors of the County of Kern, State of California, this 30th day of January, 1933, by the following vote: Ayes: TVoollomes, Brite, Hart, Abel, Wimmer. Noes: None. Absent: None. (Seal) J, PERRY BRITE, 1 Chairman of the Board of Supervisors. ATTEST: F. E. SMITH. County Clerk and ex-officio Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. Feb. 4-18, tncl. NEW TYPE, WEATHER I Member of Old California Fumily; Architect und World Traveler near Azusa. Mrs. Lola Moore, 3S, Baldwin Park,. was killed when the cur In which .slid was riding overturned and caught fire. Injuries received in previous act I- ; dents caused the deaths of William' H. Allen, 70, Los Angeles, and Mrs. Nora M. Duncan, 70, Glendale. , .. Mrs. Mary Byrnes, CO, Los Angeles. j uhi, died of .a heart .-ittack at his died from burns suffered last January villa here yesterday. He had -been 28 when a water heater exploded ii (AfWlntrtt I'ITKH I,CH*r<l Wire) PALM BliACH, Kin., Ken. 6.—Addl- son Mizner, (J9, world traveler and architect who developed n distinctive Spanish, type of architecture In Flor- her homo. 47 Pertaining to 59 Scarlet. a dot. 60 Might. end. S Dearths. 9 Chart. 10 Axillary. 11 Sky toy. 12 To level. 48 Valiant man. 49 In line. 50 Mark. 52 Silkworm. 54 To drink slowly. (United I'fcsn Leased Wire) LOS ANGELES, Feb. 6.—Installation' | of a new typo of weather forecasting service for citrus growers in five southern California counties was In prospect today after a group of growers had conferred with County Agricultural Commissioner H. J. Ryan. Ryan said a teletype service has beeh agreed upon tentatively to aid growers in tholr battle against Insects. i Their attempts to control tho prob- em frequently are defeated because of lack of information on weather conditions. Growers In the five counties which would bo included In the sen-ice spend $3,000,000 annually for spraying and fumigating purposes, the 163 182 ItELIABLB WOMAN prartlral nurse, will Pacific street. ivants neutral so anywlieic. __ iiousemrk. Call 1404 For Rent — Rooms nOOMS Von llKNT-Mce. rlcan an.l warm. Hot and cold water In efich room. $2..*>0 per week. Also 2-room apartment with private uath. Krery- thtns furnished }?Q. 18?n Truxtun avenue. I»hon» 2CS3. 165 USED CARS FROM A DEPENDABLE DEALER 1932 Plymouth coupe, ?1i>0 down. 1031 (MiPvrolot sodan, jl"fp down. IICIO Chevrolet sedan, J100 down. l!i;iO Ford coupe, r. H., J100 down. 1!)31 Ford sedan, 5125 down. FOIl BALK, nuriery nock. Bargain prlcei. One mllo louth McKarlind. Look for lUn. Addreia Boi 881. McPuland. A. H. Newlty. 1G4 NOTICK To close tlia eitatn of James G. llalter, for sale, fhiysler coupe "72." Can be. lean at Pat'l Uteri Car 1/ot. Mall bids to Henry Mack, attorney. Haberfelde bulldlnt. llids must be In by Tuci- itti; noon. 163 KOK SALE—A-l baled dairy nay. Call 1C. Souza, 2526 L street. Phon« COOU and beard, )9.^0 per Keek. Comfortab'-e rooms, pleasant surroundings. Frea parktiif. ' Also transient dinners. 00 cents. 2028 Ntnr : lasnUi strut. Telephon. 037. _ 8-27-tl BOARD AND 11UOM at restnnsblo rule: iperlsl rsta for tuo. Free parking. 2212 Klichtccntli street. W j MODERN 5-room cottage. Double- enrage with cement flnor. L'Ol C street. _Phone 626. Henry Ulsslcr. 2-2-tf MCI])i;U.N furnished bungalc/v. Parking 'liar*. 3- rooin apartment. ,Hent very reuonablt. ltir<3 I) itreet. / l'!u BEAUTIFUL bungalow^ five rooms. ' New and modern. Double garage. Close in, near <;ar and school! 1 . $-'!>.00 monthly rental, tenant pays walrr. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester. Trlephnnn 363. 163 roil HUNT, furnished. 5-room modem. Reale Park dlstriet, $28.00; five rooms and sleeping liorrh. M-alklng dlstanre. $31.00. Howard Nlchnl". Inc.. 1503 Nineteenth sti«el. 1'hotie 38S. S-'-'-lf 1CKI.LABTONE boupe for rent, seseli rooms, sleeping porch, breakfast nook, tile sink. Harduoifl floors throughout. }:',<>. Water paid, lli-0 Palm Drlra. r-hone r,S!)8-W. IQ'l UNFURNISHED HOUSE , 3-bedroom house, with floor furnace, j in Sunset Park. Clean unil modern, i $40.00 per month. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO, ! 1813 Chester Avenue. Phone 1298 j 2-4-tf | TOU RKNT-—-0-rooro unfurnished house. Garage, ; at SOU 1" street. Inquire ISlti Tu«itj--flrii ! street. 1«4 i FOUR-ROOM furnished house Overstuffed set. j Two bedrooms. Garage. 1'713 I. Telephone t 478-W. »« IFOR IlENT—House with chioke-n runs at 608 Espee street. Inquire at Cow- ' ard'a Grocery, 2400 I' street. _Ku FOR RENT—A 8-rooio house, close in. Suitable tor ruomert and boarders. Partly furnished if do- tired. Cheati t» reliable party. I'hunu SO:; or 8281. . MS FOR RENT—Furnished cottage, three rooms and bath, water paid; adults. J17.00. 91!) Pacific, street. 1C;. S ZA BAKERSFIELD OARAGE USED CAR LOT TYT Ji (0) rr^ iisifl dfe ibnifirsoi 1030 Nash roupo, $295. 1!) 29 Chevrolet roupo, $195. !!)28 F.ssex sport coupe, $95. 1029 Ford sodan, $195. li>2'.i Packard deluxe sedan, $C9,~i. Phone S31 14011 IKth St. 182 At Biker's I'.i-T Star fl coupe, $05. l'.i"7 Star ti coach, $55. 1928 Chrysler "72" roadster, (i w w., Tr'fp'pRICES PAID FOR AUTOS 2h.-ntPf at 24th Phiine r>S2S 1S2 Ai:TO PAIST1NO. "DUCO." J12.50 TO 125.00. HODT AND FENT,)i:il HHPAIR, I'EERURflS PAINT SHOP. PHONK 278. 2319 "EYE" BT11F.KT. 1U roil HALR Oat bar 30 cents a hale Seren miles south on state highway. K<1 I,lcb. 163 WOOD. Remember Peoples' WooU Yard, for dry. sound fond. Honest measure. Prompt dellv- erj. Prices right. Phone 5368. Ill FOH HALi:- 1'ulTerlr.ed sheep manure. -3 cents a sai-b. delivered. Phono 4471-W. 1G9 AIJ. KINDS or welt rooted berry plants: artichoke! and asparagus, roots. Shrubs. Red setting eggs. Teleiilione 6T01-J-11. John Delllo, Prutt'sle. AUTO GI^ASS SPECIAL Franklin Glass Company, 1404 Eighteenth street. Phone 844. 1-30-tf BROODERS, Incubators and poultry supplies. Now shipment just ro- ueived. Also a few flower bulbs left at reduced prices. M. P. Fllckinger, 930 Eighteenth street. Phone 100. 182 ib LssaW 5? «a is te a\\ zT^ as, f 'W ^ U vy Pii ws 29 f 4O *! — w i IB VI P a 3fo 09 s>>X sv 3*r i 35 ^ 4« Jo 36 . ^ 5-f .V6 ~ XV 81 1 4e jj;\ a«i ^ 49 •Vs^s! Oi> w <J (Untied Press Leased Wire) MEXICO CITY, Feb. 6.— ^The Mexican government has notified the will permit 10 000 colonists from the sect to settle on Mexican soil. The government set forth several conditions and regulations that must be observed, but did not make public gration may take place. MANGE CURE NEAR FATAL DENAIR, Fob. 6. (U. P.)— F. G. Mendonhall's homo remedy for mango today left him convalescing from par- old rancher, boiled tobacco to cure his horse of mange. Inhalation of the nicotine fumes affected him almost fatally. i-.ii fc»fie» iron game here Saturday. Herber was a vital factor In each of tho three successful drives tho pro- f lrt« la vtnrv A 1 t»,ir,lll»l,^ ,,,-» tllntt* proved the undoing of Plnckert's men. One of the Packers' scores was made by Red Grange, making what he said was his last appearance as a team into scoring position, Grange went over. PIONEER WOMAN DIES, AIjHAMBUA, Feb. 0. (U. P.>— Funeral services will bo hold tomorrow for Mrs. Mary A. Franck, a pioneer resident of California, who died Saturday night. Sho was born In S:m in southern California for 04 years. n,, TTAIIRV T 'rnTTtiT T i commissioner said. According to tentative STATE'S EMPLOYES WILL LOW 0-RILEY (United Pram Lcaaeil Wire! > SACRAMENTO, Fob. 6.— .State em- ! ployes have no cause to worry about ; receiving their pay, despite the flnun- I clal condition of tho state, State Con- i troller Ray L. Illley said today. "There will be -no need lo rcRister warrants before July 1. The genrral fvmd then can borrow at least $10,000,000 from special funds, which is more than the most discouraging estimates In 111 health for .some time but It was only recently that his condition been me critical. Structures typical of his work include the Evoi-Rladcs Club, the Cloister at Boca Raton, and various Palm lirach matwions. He was a brother of Wilson JIlz- lle was the son of Lansing Bond Mf/.tier of California, an attorney, who saw diplomatic service lit Central America. »-«-# Smith and Boeseke Star in Polo Tilt (Ijintrd 1'rcfn Leaned \\irc) '• LOS ANGELES, Feb. 6.—Cecil Smith and Elmer Boeseke, Jr., paced a hand- of tho probable deficit by next sum- plans, the teletype service would be available to growers in Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura and Orniigo counties. The cost would be approximately $60 a month. The service would be In charge of a superintendent. Any profits from the enterprise would be split by the county and city, under the plan. picked quartet of Texas polo stara to victory over Eric Pedley's Midwick mer," Rlley said. 'riders here yesterday, 14 to 10. This means, Rlley explained, that : Sn)Rn ., nine-goal player, and the state employes will continue to , Bocskc \ vho rllt( , a lin eight-goal .stand- draw their pay checks. jj registered 10 of the winners' "Even if the Legislature does noth- i Kco ;. ca between them. In scoring seven ng to bring about a solution of the • ... state's fiscal affairs," ho added, "it A-ill be early In September before ac- .ual distress occurs." Mexico Will Adroit 1,000 Doukhobors Arnold Herber Is of them himself, Boeseko twlco galloped the length of the field to counter. Smith escaped injury when his mount fell. He was only dav.ed and able to continue playing. Hero of Pro Tilt; Stover Setters Are Dog Race Winners (C'nitcd l'rri<8 Lcnafd Wire) LOS ANGELES, Feb. 6.—Arnold Herber, former Regis football star, ran, passed and klolted the Green Bay (United Prens Leased WircJ MT HOOD, Ore., Fob. 6.—Roy Sto- Packers to victory over Erny Plnck- | yer of jj c cull, Idaho, won tho firsl art's hand-picked aggregation of j unmml pacific Northwest Dog Derby ! here yesterday with a team of mixed- setters. Handicapped by snow made soft by rainfall, Stover's dogs circled the I t 1-C-mlle course nltia times In 1 hour, ; 10 minutes, 37 4-5 seconds. Stover ! was closely followed by Mrs. Thula 1 i Geelan, also of MoCall. Tom Geelan, McCall, finished third; ' : Dr. W. C. Hurd, Cascade, Idaho. THE BUNGLE FAMILY Sib3 r l Again OH ARC YOU HOME:? WHAT TIME-IS IT? I WENT TO THE. BP.IDGE CLUB TODAY AND FOUND OUT MOB.E THINSS...DO YOU KNOW WHO'S BACK IN CIRCULATION A WIDOW? LET ME THINK.? WELL.. YOUR OLD....AND OLD 18 RIGHT, TOO...QIrVL FRIEND. SIBYL DARDANELLAl THAT MAN SHE MArVWED GOT TIRED OF THE WAY SHE SLATHERED MONEY AROUND. 6O SHE SAID HE WAS CRUEL AND GOT A DIVOB.CE \ WHAT WA6 HIS V, NAME?... 7 SPONDULICS-. OR LET ME V THINK..* v —T WAMPUM! HEP, HAirV is A SOrVT OF CAH.P.OT COLOP. NOW AND SHE ACTS EVEN GIDDIER. THAN SHE DID WHEN SHE FIB.9T MADE SUCH A WONDERFUL IMPRESSION ON YOU. HA! HOWj WELL THOSE VAMPS SET ALONG. HE OWNS A LOT OF PROPERTY. I SUPPOSE HC AR.GUED AT HOME SO HE'D BE IN GOOD FORM TO TALK •TURKEY WITH HIS .TENANTS. FROM WHAT HE TOLD ME. I KNOW HE IS JUST A NATURAL BOP.N OPTIMIST ABOUT MARRIAGE THIS IS ABOUT THE SIXTH TIME HE WAS THROWN OUT C THE GARDEN OF LOVE. A WOMAN AT THE CLUB 16 OMiC OP SIBYL'S BEST FfMEMDS AND SPENT ALL AFTERNOON TELLING US THINSS. ONE OF THEM 16 THAT SIBYL GOT -7 TWO OR. THREE MILLION DOLLARS ALIMONY. IMAGINE! RACE PILOT BUR13ANK, Feb. 6. DIES (U. P.)— John McCrocken, 22, automobilo ruce driver, died in an emergency hospital hori' late yesterday after his back hud been broken In u spill at a local truck. Attempting to avoid striking a cur which had broken an axlo, McCroclion swerved too sharply and hit) machine overturned. LEWIS VS. MEYERS NEW YORK, Feb. 0. (U. P.)— Ifld "Strangler" Lewis defends his world heavyweight wrestling championship* tunlght against Doctor Fred Meyers of Indiana in a scheduled finish match at Madison Hiiuaro Garden; Another fin- Inh event brings together Ous Bonneii-, berg and Earl aMoCrcady. - «> « » RAILWAY OFFICIAL DIES CHICAGO, Feb. «. (A. P.) — John Davis Caldwcll, 611, vice-president und secretary of tho Chicago und North- 1, western railway, died of heart disease yesterday. Ho entcre'd tho railroad business as a telegrapher In 1880. BIKE RACE NEW YORK, Feb. 6. (U. Audy, popular blond Montreal rider, will be among the starters In the six- clay bicycle race In Madison Kquarn csardcn, February 26, Manager John Chapman announced. Ho in 18, youngest rider in tho big time. Uy injecting a certain serum into eggs, various colored i:lilckeun have) produced.

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