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10 THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORN1AN , WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1933 Special Announcements For Rent—Houses For Sale—Automobiles TELEPHONE SB31-W FOR PRTCWS DR. FLETCHER 022 KKNTUCKY STREET (Next to Granada Theater) I l"0n RRNT—Unfutnlihcd fire room, modern, South i 1L J2J1.00; B-room modern. Hlihlind Park. J25.00, : water nald: 5-room modern, s i-»cro. $20.00; flto , rooms, IMi acrei, $20.00: G-room modem, Bunk I i itrwt, I30.00. Howard Nichols, Inc. Phone .18:1. I 8-7-tf FOUU-nOOM rurnlilied duplex. Oara*e. Nice yard. 168 SPECIAL, ri'tluml rilei. u>arn jut piano, 12 Iciiom, No scales or eierclses. Waterman Pltno School. 1660 Chester atenue. room lor>. ^ JM YOU cnn SHVP money by consulting our Advisory Department before making funeral nrrunsements. Phone 6032 or 340. Bakersfleld Memorial Park, Inc. . 182 NOTICE of salo for piuluro charic*,NoUce Is hereby slven to all concerned them will be low it public nuctlon on Saturday. IMmiiry Is. 1(38, two Jersey yenrllni heifers. Sale «lll bo lifld it my farm, 4 mll« snulh of Kern I,»ltc ninth, to «»tli<fy pasture- charge*. (Slintd) S. P. 'Orfene. ny P. J. Orefne. 17•! Lost—Found—Strayed I/OST— last week. pair ladles' tlasscs In cltj of Bakersflcld. I'lease dellter to 11)19 Orange lit? street and reward. IjOST—A pair of horn-shell rim glansea. In tan i*M«. on GaJter street, between Rumner and nuraboldt. Howard. Return to The Cillfornlan office. 167 POUND— Tm horses.4QHI Jewell l.ane. Personals N'OTICE—T will not bo responsible for any debts contracted by any ono but myself from thl» date. Wbruary 8. 1033. Peter Oeorgl. lilT l!0« BAKER STREET. Phone SlllR. Consulla- tlon dally. Also meetings Sunday. Tuesday and Thursday evenings. TU**erencl Josephine Fxht'ardK. Financial •16.50 PER $100 FOR 1 TEAR (NO BROKERAGE—NO BONUS) Minimum Insurance at Board Rates Investigate and Be Convinced CONSUMERS CREDIT CO. A Reliable Coast-Wide Institution 5 Haberfelde Arcade Bldp. Phone IOCS 182 Local Companies Quick Service Keep Your Money In Bukersfleld. TLOTD DUNLAP, 1523 20TH ST. 182 MONEY TO LOAN—We hare an unlimited amoun'i el money to loan on farm property. Ix>nj tern loins, 5*4 per cent Interest. Guy Oreenleaf, s«e- rttiry. No. 2SS Jefferson street. Phone 4155-W. 171 }:o. Water paid. 2120-W. 1400 Third street. Phone 168 VURNIHUKD 4-room house; ajarago. 1017 Elotenth street, $13.50. DllI't.HX, four rooms; garage. "J7 K. $17.DO. E. 11. Wlilte. 1831 Cheater. Phone 1IIO-W. WO KOK TIBNT—3-room furnished house, water paid, )2:.,'iC. Mleoplng pcrcli. 1200 California aronue. 10,') NJCl-ilA" furnished five roomi, with garage. IVo blocks from high ami grammar schools, Orange street. 1010 POH ilKNT~0-room furnished houso, 1217 Oregon street, $30 montli. Water paid. T*hone 412. Key at E*st Dakersfleld branch Hank of America. 167 SU1JUR1MN house for ront, four rooms and bath. Oarage, and hair-wn*. $12 month, Phono 1817-.I, FOUIl-ROOM coltago for rolll. $12.50. Newly painted. 1027 lluona. Vista. 8e« Mr. Ergo, at Tleale Park Grocery. 167 FOH HUNT— li-room practically new unfurnished house, OOB Union arcnue. Phone 5729-J. 1932 Ford standard coupe— was $875; Halo price, $505. 1932 Ford town sedan — was $726; sale price, $825. 1032 Chevrolet coupe — was $B7B; sale prlco, $495. 1931 Ford coupe — was $396; sale price, $325. 1931 Ford town sedan — was $450; salo prlco, $395. 1930 Ford town sedan — was $395; sale price, $325. 1981. Ford do luxo roadster — was $396; . wile prlco, $325. 1929 Hiipinobllo spt. coupe — sale price, $226. $295; roUIl-nooM furnished house, with oierstuffe-l set. 1014 Nlles street. " IB" FURN1SHKD nOTISR TOR RENT. CTVM ROOMS sLRKi'iNa POUCH, OARAGK. NBAR Hciront. A.vn MARKKT. moo pun MONTH. 210 KL'RKICA STREET OR PHONE 1325. 160 FOR RKNT—C-rooni house, J12; duplex, $12. Water pnld. Apply 1130 East. Nineteenth Btreut. IjSfl FOR RENT. In Alia. Vista, beautifully furnished 7-room house. Automatic heat. G. K. refrlgera- tor. 10.1. Tlol 32, The Callfornlan. 1H7 MODERN 4-room house, with breakfast nook. Overstuffed furniture. I,argo yard. Usraco. Ilwit $22.50. Tall I8I2-M. 1!)2S Chrysler 72 sport roadster — was $350; sale price $296. 1930 Essex coupe — was $325; sale prlco, $20fi. 1020 Ford pickup— was $196; sale price, $150. MANY OTH13R VALUES •y USED CAR I<OT Sixteenth and Chester. Phono 118 _ (Opposite Courthouse) _ 182 Radio, Musical Instruments TIANO for tile, Small «l«e, modem, mihoBtny lase. Mas good tent, and It In food condition. Will sell cheap and accept almost any t*rmi from responsible people. Wor particulars, write Fred Outcher, 802 XMlton street, Fresno, Calif. For Sale—Miscellaneous FOR HALE— Balm of ailo«d trees for ihade, 25 and GO cents «ach. Also cantur sinter and caio. $8.00. Call at 2128 Q alreet. Phone 5076-W. us FOR 8AU5--Good rooted tines, Thompsons and niblcrs. $20 por thousand In field. Edwin noodi. Wisco. Phone 5. KUAUTBR NURSERY (Nothlnir but the Best) Bxporleiiced and practical free landscape •service. Complete, large and quality stock Brown In Kern county. Ask about free .planting service. Largo complete descriptive catalogue on request. Freo deliver}' In HiikerHfleld and Taft. 601 Eighteenth Street, Bakfersflcld 106 FOR SAT..T&—A-l bnled dairy nay. Cull 1C. Souza, 2628 L street, Phone 8863-W. 167 H-1NCH lllack & Decker electric' drill, one bond) rise, Hall cylinder hone, Ames cylinder gauio. Roll-a-car tarage Jack, Weaver tiro changer, battery changer, transmission hoist. Tlaj-gnln prlciw. 001 Thlrly-flrtt streot. T1)ono 574S-\V. roL'H-nooM unfumlshpd house. Large screened porehet. Oarage. r>nc«fl yard. (OOU It street. Also 4-room furnlpheil houso. Phone D641-W. For Rent—Apartments Business Opportunities FOR KENT or leue. guollne station and lunch room on Taft hllhwaj. Apply J519 Oregon rtreet, East Bakerifleld. 166 PURNINHKD apartments. Nineteenth and 1). Overstuffed furniture. I'rlgWalrf. D-room house. 2UOO Orange. Apply 20:11 Nlntteanth itreet. grocery store. Phono 5524-J. 178 USED CARS FROM A DBPENDABI.T5 DKALER 1932 Plymouth coupe, $150 down. 1931 Chevrolet. H*(Jnn, $125 down. 1930 Chevrolet sedtiii, $100 down. 1930 Ford coupe, r. s., $100 down, 1931 Ford sodun, $125 down. 1981 De Soto S sedan, $125 down. BAKERSFIELD OARAGE USED CAR LOT Next to Fox Theater Twentieth lit. C!. Phone 2288 182 FOR BALE—Cash register, >2S 00: new Royal Signet typewriter portable, $25.00. meiuie. 1040 Chester 166 PLANT your trees and shrubherlps now. Full line of choice nursery stock. Very low prices. Choice roses, 15 fonts, while they last. Bakersfield Nursery, 631 Sixth street. Tele- plionc 3!iU. ]GS PI'LVBRI/KD dairy fertilizer, is cents > s»ck. or J2.50 for 1-ton truckload, delivered. Phone 4807-W. ice For Sale—Miscellaneous (CASH AND CARRt ONLY) 100 Lbs., Recleaned, Highest Qrad* 190 LBS. HEN SCRATCH, fUO. ' JOO IbB. recleaned wheat. $1.00. 100 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bags), $1.35. 76 Ibs. ROLLED BARLEY, 80c. . MANY MORE NOT ADVERTISED BAKERSFIELD GRAIN COMPANY Baker Street and Truxtun Avenu* •10-28-tf Over a period of 32 years our reputation remains paramount. Prove for yourself this assertion. We continue to sell feed for lean than any advertised price. No limit to regular customers. No dealers, no tricks, no phonos. Business Is good. PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. 4-4-tf GJ-IMKCK glass dinner sot service for 8. regular ?0.1!S, this week only at S3.15. Dnrli furniture Kxchnngo. 2105 Chester avenue. 1U8 FOR SAblv—Two good h«y wagons, $20; one Poland China sow and seven pigs, $10: ono 'J-gane plow. In good condition, $7.60. Ono mllo west Hlo Ilravo cotton gin. 105 For Sale—Miscellaneous WOOD. Remember Peoples' Wood Tatd, for dry, sound wood. Honest measure. Prompt dtltt- «rr. Prlcen right. Phone 2366. • IT* ALL KINDS nf well rooted berry planti; arttchokei and asparagus root). Shrubs. Red setting eggs. Telephone 8701-J-ll. John Denlo, Vrulttale. AUTO GLASS SPECIAL Any size. Door glass Installed, $2,00. Franklin Cllusti Company, H04 Eighteenth street. Phone 844. 1-80-tC BROODERS, Incubators and poultry supplies. New shipment just received. Also a few flower bulbs left at reduced prices. M. P. Fllcklnger, 930 Eighteenth street.; Phono 100. 1.82 BBOIKNER'B t^lln, cheap. Phono 8J3. FOR SALIC—Pulverized sheep mnnure, a melt, delivered. Plmno 4471-W. cents 100 KOR SALIi—BnimelMl I.. *. tt. clcctrio range, first class condition: also electric water healer. Very reasonable. 1703 Oregon street. . Poultry and Livestock Business Cards DR. W. TOM POLLOCK A Palmer Chiropractor Sari ' Headache ta easy. 1*1 him help you. . ONB MONTH'S SERVICE FOR 113 ; Orer Huthn Drtit Store Nineteenth, and Cheater x Phone 1116-J PIANO TUNING Kwlory Registered Tun«/ $3,80 Satisfaction Guaranteed CAttL •A. BVDD E Phone 180B-M i Trustun Avenga SWEDJSH MASSAGE CABINET SWEATS ItUUUCINO / Colonle Irrigation INSTITUTE W HVDROTHERAPT 111: V street 0 a. m. to 0 p. m. Phone ION LAUNDRY SERVICE FOR. SALBAOIt TRADR-Cash or terms, brood BOWS,' CO fncdorp and ono hundred wei 50 weaned pigs. Will trado for hay, milk stork, teams of mules, jiniill houso or what have you. .1. I). l)»rroh. 2 miles south of Arvln. Box 101. IBS 60.000 SQIJARB FEBT of good used corrugated i J galvanl/.ml Iron, nil sizes, for sale cheap, United Iron and Metal Company, 2810 Chester avenue. 2-7-tf UNIO DM :U\VAt« separator, trado for hens, baby chlck», dunks. W. It. Jlallby, Arps addition, Sycamore drlvo. third house on left. west. Ohio Judge Admits Man ai* Citizen Despite Stand on Bearing Arms (Aieoolated Press Leased Wtre) LIMA, Ohio, Feb. 8.—A challenge to the United States Supreme Court decision In the famous Mclntosh and Bland citizenship cases came today from Judge B. 13. Everett of the Allotr. County Pleas Court. Over the protest Of Edward J.' Kennedy, a federal naturalization Inspector, trudge Everett granted United Stages citizenship to John P. Klassen, 46, desrflto his refusal to swear that he would boar arma, If necessary, In . defense of the constitution, Klassen, a Russian who cnmo to tho United States In 1924 and now la professor of arts at Bluffton College, said that portion of the oath of allegiance • i would violate .his religious principles. Laundry Service f neicelled—That Is Out Dlogaa Ten plfferont Services and . Zorl« Odorless Dry Cleaning CITIZENS LAUNUUY aitteenth and o Btroeta rhon. i»» Judge Everett then permitted him to A1TTO PAINTING. "DfCO." *12.jO TO I'JS.OO. HODY AND KKNDKR IlKI'AlIt. PKKRU3SS VAINT SHOP. PUONI! 270. 5010 "BYE" STtlEBT. 1S8 1JU YOU want some fine largo baby turkeys, Mammoth Dronm, hlg.hono, well fleshed typo? Custom hutching. Tale; Tlal.-her, Shaftcr. 1117 TIAIIY CHICKS.-Reels. Hocks, Ughorns. Itatchlnu ccua, custom hatching. Priest Poultry Ranch. FOR SAI.B. nursery slock. Rargaln prices. One I mile lioutll Sfcf'arlond. fxwlc for sign. Address Roi 281. Mcrarland. A. It. Neuby. 105 MUST SKLJ,. Show cusi-s. scales, cush registers, meal jljccrs, adding machines, freezer ctses. Mea> market, store, restaurant equipment. 80S Baker. 179 IIIVKRVIBW 1LVTPIIKRV—Baby chicks, nil breeds, blood-tested, llavo 200 AXA Hanson leghorns, 2 weeks' old. See these. Missouri Reds and JorncV Giant hotchlng eggs, also duck eggs. Belle avenue and North Chester. 195 TURKU-ROOM furnished apartment, lights, gas and Kitcr nsM. 190.00 per aonth. York Apartments. 1114 Raker street. 100 TltH]!E-ROO.M nTRNISIfBD. MODERN' APART- MfLVT. SIiKBPINll PORCH. GAS, WATKH AND OARBAOK DIU< PAID. J18.00 PKR MONTH. 2014 E STREBT. IBS Chrysler "70" roadster, $140. 1930 Chevrolet coupe. $'-'95' 192D Chevrolet coupe, $1DG. 1U28 Essex sport coupe, J9G. 1929 Ford sedan, J195. 1929 Packard deluxe sedan, $69i< 1931 67 Bulck sedan, like new, $795. Phono 831 H09 18th St. 182 LEAGUE OF NATIONS Wanted to Buy—Farmi Land WANT13D TO BUT—Two to five acres with .smiill house, edge of city. Kelly & S'on, 1712 Chester. Phone 3C3. ; 1G7 STORK MATERNITY HOME (Ktarmorly Palms Maternity Homo) N'KW FIREPROOF MODF41N Lllcnseri Graduate, Nurses In Attendance- I.ou (Hemline) Beuham, Proprietor 721 Eighth Street Phone 5462 Professional Cards JOHN W. CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX BERVICB. AUDITS. SISTKMJ eulte 103, Professional Bulldlil Pbone 4081 swear that he would defend the constitution "by rendering , any sorvlco other than actually bearing arms." Klassen said he willingly would serve In a noncombatant capacity In the event of war. He served In tno Ked Cross with the Russian army In tho "NVorld War and participated as a noncombatant in tho Russian revolution. Wanted to Buy-Miscellaneous CLOSB IN. nlro 2-room apartment. Everything furnished. Cheap rent. Phone 4175. 1724 Twenty-second street. POR RI1NT—3-room furnished apartment. Lights. gas and ivatw. UIM Tlilrteenth street. Adults only. Inquire For Rent—Farm Land FOH RENT—Two-acre chicken ranch. Vista. Park tract, $20. will sell or trade. Phone 62tf. Henry Elsslcr. 1-30-tf LOCAL, man wants partner with small capital WANTED to rent, by Holland Dutch dalry- for manufacturing machine, patents pending, Ready market. Investigate, tills. Reference*. Boi 68. The Callfornlan. 100 FOR SALK—Grocery store and service station with living quarters. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester. Phono 363. 167 Contractors and Builders ma», 60 tfTfn or more alfalfa. Must have plenty of water and good buildings, equipped for.grado-A milk. Address: Farmer. P. O. Rox 1. Tlpton, California. 1B6 For Sale—Improved Property GOOD CARPHNTER. painter and paperhanger, i Very reasonable. Day or contract. Anywhere. Phone MO-W. 18T PAPERHANGING. painting, tinting. Done to suit. By contract or hour. Katlmates cheerfully given. Scott. S05 Eighth street. Phone 018-W. 185 WANTED—Palut.ng, paper hinging and tinting. Ftm-cltsa work. Phone 876-SV. 1fl& Help Wanted—Male CHICKEN KANCH-About 2-3 acre, good three- bedroom house; equipped for chickens. Owner wants to leavp right now. Will sell for »2flOO. $250 down. $27.50 monthly. What an opportunity! Howard Nichols. Inc.. 1509 Nineteenth ittreet. Vhone !-8-tf HIGHWAY frontage, 120 feet, close to Chester, on new state highway. Torinn. Elmer V. Karpe. Phone 210. 1517 Klehteenth street. " 2-3-tf ONE aero, good houso, close In, $900.00.. 330 Eoat Nineteenth street. 100 WE FURNISH the store, rent, lights, etc., with full line of standard merchandise and give you one-third of the profits. Men with fair education, able to meet tho public, will be taught the business. See Mr. Clary at 2015 Chester avenue, inorn- Ings. 16S i WANTKI>—Neat appearing men and women. In- ] duttrlous and willing to work full or part time. I Ambitious tnen and women can earn $5 to $10 ; per dal. Unusual opportunity for advancement j to those irho prove their efficiency and ability. | Applicants must apply In person, between 1 and I 3, 7:30-8:30 p. m.. u 2121 Sunset. Bakeri'ield, ; Calif. • ^ Help Wanted—Fern ale | UADT—White, housekeeper. Two adulU. Board. 1 room and small wage. Give age- and addrop. j Address P. O. Boi !!14, Delano. Calif. 1135 | WANTKD—An elderly lady for cook, for widower. YOUR OPPORTUNITY to invest for a homo or for future profits. On Truxtun avenue, near Mercy Hospital. Good 4-room house and giirnge. Paved streets, back yard fenced. Price $2750. Don't 1930 Ford tudor sedan, $28t>. 1931 Chevrolet, sedan, 445. 1930 Bulck sport coupe, $460. TOP PRICES PAID FOH AUTOS Chester at 24th. Phone 5828 182 USED CAR BARGAINS 1032 Plymouth sedan, run 2000 miles. 1931 Auburn sedan, 1931 Olds sedan and 1932 Ford town sedan. All in fine condition and priced for quick sale. BROWN-BOYD MOTOR COMPANY '222 Chester Ave. Phone 3055. 165 DOUGUArW: BUV. HKU* TllADB CARS. 2105 I Ford delivery. $32; Willys-Knight louring. 130. 1028 Essei roadster: curtains. Bargain. $69. Automotive Service lUDIATOH 1U5PAIRS; NEW COBB8 Prices at Hock Bottom. All Work Guaranteed. C. N. JOHNSTON SlIOl'B Eighteenth and O. Phono 656. 188 For Sale—Furniture HORIZONTAL 1 Region in northern ,_.._ „ . . _ .^. Africa next te.l9fcfLL|Ofcil Egypt. 7 Atrocious. 13 Coalition. 14 Female sheep. 16 Stripe or grain. 17 Concludes. 18 To plunder. 19 Fresh-water flsh, 20 Born. 21 Dangers. 23 Minor note. 24 Domestic bovine quadruped. 25 Concedes. Answer to Previous Puzzle l/y | | J| || mh i i [ L3II3 aura asra man m affla a HHH s i 37 I^aughter sound. 38 Northeast. 39 Foot levers. 26 Jewel weight. 40 To cut off. 28 Flat surfaces. 41 To make a VERTICAL 1 Aires, 10 Paddle. 11 To wall. 12 Decorous. 15 Written documents. 18 Baser. 21 Chattered. 22 Salty. 25 Slid. 26 Lids. 27 Uncouth. 28 Throe. 29 Ferrule. 30 One who bets. 31 Disfigured. 32 Where does the League of Nations meet? WANT TO nUT—WaJk-ln butcher boi: cash register, scales, typewriter, adding machine, store, office and restaurant cciuipment. 809 Jlsker itreet. Phone 2130. 105 WANTBD—Used overstuffed Chesterfield set 1m-. mediately. Must be cheap. Phono ossr be- fnro I p. m. ' 108 WANTED, poultry, at 2805 Chester avenue. 167 WIM. Bill" cciulfy In late model Font or Chevrolet truck. Phone No. !!05'.'-W. etcnlnga, WANTBD—The best light roadster $100.00 cash ulll buy. What hare you? The CallfornUn.. Write Boi S2-B. 197 For Exchange—Miscellaneous HAVE beautiful dinner ring. 13 diamonds, want large open car. Hate 10 new miniature bowling alleys, slot-operated. Want small business. Jack Brarketl. 614 Jackson street. 167 Legal Notices city of Argen- 33 Auto body. 3-Plece bedroom set (bed, chest and vanity), $9.00. 5-Plece walnut dining set, $15.00. Overstuffed chairs, 13.00. 6 by 9 rugs, $3.00. IVAN L. HAMM Phono 341 1100 Eighteenth St. 182 29 Whorl of a spiral shell. 30 Postponed. 31 To separate. 32 Male goose. 33 Calm. 35 Incited. 36 Earlier. mistake. 43 Consolation. 44 Bee's home. 45 Lode. 47 Mark. 48 Stream. 49 Excites. 50 Hangings. Una? 2 Subsidiary building. 3 Drive. 4 Genus of cattle. 5 Form of "a". 6 Longed. 7 Cures. 8 Celtic deity. 9 Northwest. 34 Table linen. 36 Genus of trees. 37 To flit. ' 39 Measuring stick. 40 To dwell. 42 River. 44 Side bone. 46 Chaos. 48 Sun god. KIMRALL riANO— J17.50, new electric wuher IM.OO, folding screens 13, S3.M) and 94.50: bed. vanity and spring $9.SO. Claudo B. Mlnner. !J11 Nineteenth street. 165 4-PIKCB b»droom set. ranlty, bench, bed and che«t-of-dra»ers. complete with coll springs and Inner-spring matlreis. 538.30. Dafls Furniture Kzchange, 2105 Chester avenue. 183 NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE No. 124,808 " IN* THE SUPEUfOK COURT OP . THK -STATE OF CALIFORNIA, IN j AND KOFI THK COUNTY OP LOS : ANGELES. In the Matter of the Estate of G. 1 SI. Jones, Deceased. ' Notice is hereby given that under and pursuant to the law made and , provided, the undersignod, Olive B. i .Tones, Jlutli Jones Wright and Olive Jones Peplow, the duly appointed, [qualified and acting executrices of the OHtate of Q. M. Jones, deceased, will sell at private sale, to the highest and best bidder, subject to confirmation of said Superior Court, on or after the J3th day of February. 1933, at tho law offices of AVeber & TCidder, Room 1200 Bay Cities Building, 2!il Santa Monica Boulevard, in the City of Santa Monica, county of Los Angeles, state of California, all of the right, title and Interest of said deceased at the time of his death, and ull of the right, title and Interest thai the estate of said DR. B. BUZAN Palmer Graduate CHltlOPtlACTOR I'alnlns Sj-itom Cwipltte Electrotherapy Service, root Corrective* Houra, 10 to 12 a. ro.. S to 0, 7 to b n. Ba, Uooms 111.112-113 Morgan Building 1711 Chester Arcnur Telephone 5516 Lad7 Attefldta. Legal Notices PROBATE No. E283. Order and Xotice 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 Kstate of Amos Clinton Collins, Deceased. Julia Collins, having filed a petition for Probate of Will and 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, at 10 o'clock a. m. of that day, and the Court Room of Department Xo. 2 of the Superior Court, at the Court House. In the City of Bakersfleld. County o f Kern, bo and the. same Is hereby appointed as the time and placre for proving the Will of .said deceased and for hearing the ap- '• plication of tho petitioner for the Is- i suance 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 The Bakorsfield Call- fornlan for the time required by law. Dated January 30, 1933. F. TJ. SMITH. CouHty Clerk nnd ex-Offlcio Clerk of Superior Court. Jan. 31 to Feb. 10, Inc. Press Leased Wire) MOSCOW, Feb. 8. —Thousands of Communists, granted unusual disciplinary powers, were ordered transferred from cities to the "agricultural front" today to supervise tho crucial spring grain sowing campaign. It was another step In tho Soviet government's drastic and dramatic drive to overcome apathy and discontent In agrarian regions. Intense class warfare prevailed In tho most important grain regions. Thousands of Communists, among them boy and girl members of the Communist Touth Society, were.mobi- lized to assume leadership in hundreds of villages. The Communist ' supervisors were concentrated at collective farms and villages where discontent has been most evident. ORDINANCE No. 250 The Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern do ordain as follows' Section I. It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to mutilate, destroy, collect, or remove any of the following named plants, to-wtt: Desert Holly (Atriplcx hymenely- tra); all species and varieties of Poet-Philatelist Is Accused by Spouse (United Press Leased Wire) FRESNO, Feb. 8. — M. Robin Lampson, Berkeley philatelist and poet, today was sued for divorce in Superior Court here by Mrs. Bertha T. Lampson, a teacher In a Fresno High School. She charged cruelty. A group of Lampson'a sonnets, "To English Poetry," recently were published In the Poetry Review of London, England. . The couple' married at San Francisco June 18, 1921, and separated November 23, Mrs. Lamson's > complaint recited. ' Two In family. Box 323, Mcrarland. 181 t Help Wanted~Salesincn SALESPEOPLE wanted to «cll JIM coupon book tor }1; 50 per cent commission. Rest yet. Mr. Dolly. 1715 KluhtCOTth. apartment 1. mis MEN WANTED for Rawlelgh routes of 800 con- ! aumers In city of Bakersfleld, counties of KHSI , Kern, Inyo and parts of Santa Barbara. Reliable hustler can itart earning S25 uetkly and Increase even month. Write Immediately, Ra«'- lelgh Company, Department CA-4-S, Oakland, Calif. SALESMEN"—Are you making money? If not, see Floyd Dunlap. Best proposition in town. 1023 Twentieth street. 168 Situations Wanted—Male & Son. Phone 433. 166 FOR SAT^E — On new proposed highway, 107x122 feel; corner, two new buildings; present Income J38 month. .-abins. Kelly & Son, 1712 Chester. Phono 5C3. 167 For Exchange — Property tVAVTWI 11 h change for fine lemon orchard, or apartment, flol 0-3. rallfornlan. 187 For Sale — Automobiles JACK STW: C'LOSINO OUT PRESENT STOCK Homo RI'JAL Bargains Terms Trades PAT'H CAR .MARKET Phone 1724 231 C Chester Avenue Jack Bundy, Manager 182 193L' 1'LVMOUTH L'-door widen, privately owned. Flouting power und freo wheeling. Very low mlleuge. P-in. The rallfornlan. \\Hin; rotary treadle sewing machine, eicellent condition, 11.',. 3 -piece wicker living room sal. <I5. Wicker dining • set, J13. Humpr? gas healer, 15. 21H Second street. 165 FOB BALK or trade. Electric sewing machine, gu. oil and gaiollne stoves, nil kinds of furniture, cheap. 2100 Wilson hlghwav. Ittt Fruits and Vegetables eretl. Thane 4012 or 87S1-J-13. Id mas. Delicious, Spltxenherg. Jonathan and King's, thirty-fire cents water bucket, elghty- and Tnlnn avenue. 16T Radio, Musical Instruments Pnnutrope radlo-phonoeraph combination. An instrument of quality. taken in as purl payment on grand piano. Will sell for allowance made, $78, with new set guarantee. Terms. 182 i.4- n saajajj " 95 30 41 4b 4y ^ 50 ^ S\s 28 ^ 42 ss 25 ^ Sv! 4to •Ok^C 4d ^ SiOi^ i 39 47 ^o! ^ 36 I . . | ^ st ,0 ^ flN as s^ Stt Ss ab ^ PSS 46 ^ 44 8S 1? ^ 4b 333 ^ 37 ••• 5T a deceased hits acquired l>v 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 ull that certain parcel of real properly, situate In the county of Kern, state of California, and particularly described :is follows to-wlt: Tho XWVi of Section 10, township 26 south, range 25 east, S. B. B. M. Terms of Rale, 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 MO sold. Ten per cent of tho amount of the hid to be deposited with the bid. Bids or offers ut the aforesaid office at any time after the firs', publication hereof and before date of sale. Dated Januarv 26. 1333. OLIV15 B. JONES, RTTM .TON'KS WRIGHT, Or.JVE JONES PKPLOW, Weber & Kldder, W. K. Byrne, 1200 Bay OHIos Bldg., Snatu. Monica, Calif., Attorneys for Exeoutrtcea. L;HCH; snow j-Mant tsarcodes sail- guinea); Yuccn (Hexperoyucea whlp- pleH, also known as Spanish Bayonet; Joshua Tree rvui-ca mohavensls), also known as Tucca brnvlfolla; Tiger Lily press (Cupressuw nevadensls); Purpus Larkspur (Delphinium purpusll); Mountain Dogwood (Cornus nuttalllO; Adobe Lily fKrltillarla plurafloral ; Bitter-root (Leivlsia rcdlvln); all spe- cipn and varieties of Murliiosa Lilies (Calochortusl; Clarkla (Clurkla .xan- tiana): Red Bud fCercls occidentulls), montla (Fremontodendroii callfornl- cum), also known an slippery elm, pick, oi' to cirt any branches, fruits or blossoms tlirrefrom, or to dig up or remove any underground parts thereof, whether growing on public or private land In tho County -of Kern, without a permit Issued by tho Agricultural Commissioner of said County, or ex- Section 11. Permits may be Issued by the County Agricultural Commissioner to tho duly accredited repre- Would Prevent All Delaware Divorces f Associated Prett Leased Wire) DOVER, Del., Feb. 8.— Represetota- tlve E. P. T. Jones today Introduced a bill In the Legislature to repeal all the existing state laws on divorce and which, If enacted, would make It • impossible to obtain a divorce in Delaware. Legal Notices GASOLINE ALLEY Must Be Tough to Be So Old By KING HIOB SCHOOL boy «anu uork for room and board while attending high school. Uefcrenrei. Phone 148. V7» Situations Wanted—Female I YOUNG Inly wishes nork. an; kind, hotistknper preferred. An; plara. Drives car. Boi 8. Sta- tlon A. Balitrsfleld. 165 WOMAN wants «utk of any kind by the (lay •or hour. Plione 3SCW-J. , I I«ADY wants lunch room work or houseke«ulni. i 1516 Blllenth slrff.t. Phone Its:. j For Rent—Rooms j ROOMB FOIl BJSNT—Klre. rlfan and warm. Hot | and cold water In eerh room. $2.50 per wrek. | Also 2-rootn apartment nlth prlrate bath. F.Tfry- . thlnu furnished 1-0. 181:0 Truxtun arenue. i Phono tMSS. Iti5 | KOIl UliNT—Slnslo room. »To a monlh. ST.', j K street. 16Ij ' For^ Rent—Rpoms With Board j HOOM and board. ,?B.50 tur week. Comfortable I rooms, pleasant 'aurrounUlnlls. !>BO pirklne. Also Irancirnt dinners, JO cents. 2028 NIMK- taenth street. Tcleiiluxje I<3". 8-27-tf I CAN'T FEEL DOESN'T COMMOW SEMSE TELL- YOU IT'S ALL. FOpLlSHMESS? NOME OF VOU ARE -OLD EWOOCH TO ROM IT, VOU HAVeM'T MOMEV TO BOS GASOLlfvJS AMD HAVE MO LICBMSe TAG. OOSH, SPUD, OOM'T KMOVW WHAT COMMON sesise (S. aee, OMCLS WALT, THAT WAS A PRETTV GOOD CAR. ^ IT WAS STOLEM, SKEEZ/VC./ BOT WE IT KEPT VOOR CLOTHES. I WERE HAVIN' A LOT OF FON, AUNTIE BLOSSOfvl. seura, horbarlum, or educational instl- '* tutlon, or to herbarium collectors to tako 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 flow- ors In the decoration of automobiles, except In the ease 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 thin 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 thereof, and prior to the expiration of Fifteen (15) days from the passage thereof shall be published for at leant' one week In The BaketvMcld Callfor- nlan, a newspaper of general circulation printed and published In the County of Kern, State of California, together with the names of the mem-, bers of the Board of Supervisors voting- for and against the same. The foregoing ordinance was passed and adopted by said Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State of California, this 80th day of January, 1933, by tho following vote: Ayes: Woollonies. Brlte, Hart, Abel, Wlmrner. • Noes: None. Absent: None. (Seal) J. PERRY BRITE, Chairman of the Board of Supervisor!) ATTEST: K. B. SMITH, County Clerk and ex-offlclo Clork of the Hoard of SupervlsorH. . Feb. 4-18, Incl. RAPPER FANNY SAYS : uttv u.». MT. err. For Rent—Houses MODERN 6-roorn cottage. Double garage with cement floor. 201 C Btreel. Phone B26. Henry IJMsHler. 2-2-tf THE BUNGLE FAMILY Millions By HARRY J. TUTHILL UNFURXISlfED HOUSE 5-bedroorn house, wllh floor furnace, in 8unset Park. Clean and modern. J40.00 per montli. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 181S Chester Avenue. Phone 1298 ! l'-4-tf | FOR RENT—House with c-htcken runs I at 608 Espee street. Inquire ut Coward's Grocery, 2400 P street. 1U5 j *Xm RENT—A 9-room house, dcse In. Suitable for roomers and boarders. Partly furnltheu It tie I llred. Cheap to reliable party. 1'lumo 803 or 8221. 103 l''On RENT—KurniHhed cottage, three rooms and bath, water paid; udulth. ! $17.50. 919 Pacific street. HJ3 TOM BENT— l*urnlshed 5-room house, large yard and garage. 1406 Oreiui street- IMicme 2249-n. , IliS I liWl RENT, fumlihed, 4-rooa ne«- modern duplex, | ullll carafe, Also 4-room duplet. J15.00. Call i , 7!!6 riower. Phone 624. 180 j rOUTl-ROOM house. In I'ourt. t'Ml Iluker>rlel<l. ' OiersturfcU furnliurn, mjlofui.U<; licalt-f. Uaiajtv paid. 2300 Arllnitou. Phone 151T-1V. WHAT. MY RED-H< COUSIN ALFRED ' BUNGLE HER.C TO SEC ME? YES, HC LOOKS VEB.Y IMPORTANT AND SAYS IT'S A MATTE* OF BUSINESS, SO YOU KNOW HE'S GOING TO TP.Y AND TALK. YOU INTO LCNDINQ HIM SOME: MOH.C MONEY. WELL WELL WELL. THE OLD KID HIMSELF! HAVE A GOOD DIME CIGAR. GEOP.GE, AND WHILE YOU'RE LIGHTING IT LET ME ASK If YOU'D BE INTERESTED IN PUTTING YOUR HOOKS ON ONE 7 MILLION,-T) LISTEN ALFRED, f THINGS ARE 'VERY TOUGH RIGHT NOW. IF THIS IS A CHECK. YOU WANT ME TO CASH I'LL SAY... OH DON'T WORRY ABOUT THAT, GEORGE. THIS IS REAL BIG BUSINESS. A CHANCE . TO GRAB AT LEAST^ ONE OR MAYBE TWO MILLION! LISTEN ALFRED,) IF THIS IS A SMALL LOAN, / SAY TWO OR/ THREE ( DOLLARS AT THE MOST... % I DON'T WANT ONC PENNY OF YOUR MONEY GEORGE. ALL I NEED IS A LITTLE HELP ASIDE FROM MONEY. THIS IS BIG STUFF. ONC MILLION SMACKS! I'M IN TOO BIG A HURRY NOW TO EXPLAIN THINGS, BUT WILL YOU HAVE HUNCH WITH ME TOMORROW? YES 1 . YOU MEAN •GETWTHIS REALLY ISN'T'A TOUCH? YOU'RE SURE ABOUT THAT POINT? POSITIVE? A LpAD OF rms COAT, i GEORGIE! An untidy dr««i«r generally It • lost and found bureau. \

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