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THE BAKERS^IELD CALIFORNIAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11,1933 11. Legal Notices '' NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE No. 376 WHEREAS, default has been made Ifi tho payment of the Indebtedness ••cured by, and In the performance of tho covenants contained in, that certain Deed of Trust dated July 7, 1080, made, executed and delivered by Alfred Conn, one of the heirs and devisees of Charles Colin, deceased, as trustor, to BANK OF AMERICA OF*" CALIFORNIA, a corporation, as trustee for San Joaqutn Valley Securities Company, a corporation organized under the laws of the State of California, beneficiary, which Deed of Trust Was recorded in the office of the County Recorder of Kern County, State of California, on July 7. 1930, in Book 353, of Official Records, at Pago 349, Kern County Records; and WHEREAS, BANK OP AMERICA NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, a National Banking Association, Is successor to BANK OF AMERICA OP CALIFORNIA, a corporation; and WHEREAS, the lawful owner and -(holder of said. Deed of Trust nnd the debt thereby secured has applied to and directed the trustee under said Deed of Trust, In writing, to execute the trust by said Deed of Trust created, and to make sale pursuant thero- • to; and WHEREAS, notice of breach of the obligations of the trustor has been recorded as Is provided for by law, and more than three months have elapsed since tho said recordatlon, and said trustee deems It best to sell said premises and estate as a whole now remaining subject to said Deed of Trust, or such parts as may be necessary to fulfill the purposes thereof. NOAV, THEREFORE, notice Is hereby given that on Thursday, the 23d i day of February, 1933, at the hour of 11 o'clock A. M. thereof, at the west front entrance of the Kern County Court House, situated In the City of .Bakersfield, State of California, the BANK OF AMERICA NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, successor to BANK OF AMERICA OP CALIFORNIA, as trustee, .will, under and pursuant to the aforesaid Deed of Trust, sell, at public auction to the highest bidder for cash In United States gold coin, the following described property, mentioned In pnld Deed of Trust, being all that property In the Estate of Charles Cohn, De- censed, Probate No. 3883, Superior Court, County of Kern, State of California, and more particularly described as follows, to wit: All of the interest of the said Trustor In and to the properties of said estate real, personal and mixed, and acquired by the trustor either as heir, devise*, or by compromise agreement, with the other heirs and devisees of said decedent, thfi Interest of the Trustor in snld properties being "an undivided I /7th of an undivided 55% of all properties In said estate available for distribution therein. Said sale will be made without cov- onnnt or warranty, express or Implied, regarding title, possession or • encumbrances. Dated at Bakersfleld, California, January 28. 1933. BANK OF AMERICA NATIONAL TRUST AND HAVINGS ASSOCIATION, ns Trustee. J3y A. C. Dlmon. A'Ice-Presldent. By Ulysses A. Gribble, Assistant Trust Officer. Dates of Publication: Jan. 28; Feb. 4, 11 and 18, 1933. TRUSTEE'S SALE No. 377 Dun, Bradstrect Note Sharp Improvement in Retail and Wholesale WHEREAS, default has been made in i.ho payment of the Indebtedness secured by, and In the performance of ihe covenants contained In, that certain Deed of Trust dated October 10, 1930, made, executed and delivered by Alfred Cohn, one of the heirs and devisees of Charles Cohn, deceased, as Trustor, to BANK OF AMERICA OF CALIFORNIA, a corporation, as trustee, for San Joaqutn Valley Securities Company, a corporation, beneficiary, which Deed of Trust was recorded/ in the office of the County Recorder of Kern County, State of California, on October 17, 1930, In Book 378, of Official Records, at Page S75, Kern County RecordH; and WHEREAS, BANK OF AMERICA NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, a National Banking Association, Is successor to BANK OP AMERICA OF CALIFORNIA, a corporation; and WHEREAS, the lawful owner and lioldcr of said Deed of Trust and the debt thereby secured has applied to ' and directed tho trustee under said Deed of Trust, In writing to execute the trust by said Deed of Trust created, and to mak« sale pursuant thereto: and WHEREAS, notice of breach of the obligations of tho trustor has been recorded as Is provided for by law, and more than three months have elapsed since the said recordatlon, nnd said trustee deems It best to sell said premises and estate as a whole now remaining subject to said Deed of Trust, or such parts us may be necessary to fulfill the purposes thereof: NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that on Thursday, the 23rd day of February, 1933. at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. thereof, at the west front entrance of the Kern County Courthouse, situated in tho City of Bakersfleld, State of California, the BANK OF AMERICA NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, successor to BANK OF AMERICA OF CALIFORNIA, as trustee, will, under and pursuant to the aforesaid Deed of Trust,,sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash In United States gold coin, the following described property, mentioned in said Deed of Trust, being all that property In the Estate of Charles Cohn, Deceased, Probate No. 3883, Superior Court, County of Kern, State of California, and more particularly described 'as follows, to wit: All of tho interest of the i?ald Trustnr in nnd to the properties of Bald estate real, personal and mixed, nnd acquired by the trus- , tor either as heir, devisee, or by compromise agreement with tho other heirs and devisees of said decedent, the Interest of the Trus- tor In said properties being an undivided 1 /7th of an undivided t>5% of all properties In- said estate available for distribution therein. . Said sale will be made without covenant or warranty, express or implied, regarding title, possession or encumbrances. Dated at Bnkersfleld, California, January 28. 1933. . BANK OF AMERICA NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, as Trustee, By A. C. Dlmon, VIce-Presldent. By Ulysses A. Gribble, Assistant Trust Officer. Jan. 28; Feb. 4, 11, 18, 1933. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 0181. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STRTB OF CALIFORNIA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OP KERN. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF EDWARD R. BARKLEV. T>cceased. NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN by the undersigned Administrator of the estate of Edward R. Barkley, deceased, to the creditors of, and al) person) having claims against ihe estate ol the said Edward R. Barkley, deceased, to exhibit said claims with the necessary vouchers within six months from the date of first publication of this Notice, at the office of Borton & Petrlnl, 804 Professional Building Bakersfleld, Kern County, California tho same being the place selected by said Administrator for tho transactloi of all business pertaining to said estate, or to present and file said claims '• with the necessary vouchers with the County Clerk of the County of Kern, State of California, within six months from the date of the first publication of this Notice. Dated: and first published this 14th t day of January, 1933. NORMAN C. HOUZE, Administrator of tho Estate of Ed' ward R. Barkley, deceased. MORTON ft PETRINI, Attorneys for Administrator. Jan. 14-21-28; Feb. 4. 11. (Associated Frets Leased Wire) NEW YORK, Feb. 11.—A sharp Improvement In retail trade and larger activity In principal wholesale markets were reported today by tho mercantile reviews. While both Dun's and Bradstreet's found the heavier Industries still mov- ng sluggishly, they wore In agreement :hat cold weather had materially aided many lines of winter business. Dun's said new buying would probably clear out most of the winter stocks. "Retail trade In seasonal merchandise picked up sharply this week, th« colder weather increasing sales of nearly all classes of heavy wearing apparel, which attracted more atten- ion than tho special clearance events," said this review. "In many nstances, planned displays of spring merchandise were withheld, following the Heavy demand for winter good* when the blltzard swept tho middle west and northwest early In the week and the drop to freezing temperatures occurred In eastern states a few days later." Increased buying was reported to lave extended "even to men's cloth- rig, which has been making the poorest showing In the retail division, and ho movement of suits, sweaters and overcoats wan large.'* Other divisions which recorded an improvement were home furnishings and furniture, women's wear, shoe manufacturing, housewares and millinery. • Bradstreet's listed among the more encouraging factors a firmer tone in wholesale food prices, a drop in business failures and a gain In the daily commodity price index. *-•-• Noted Man Treated as Amnesia Victim (United Press Leased Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 11.—P. L. Van Buren Bell, former trade commissioner for the United States department of commerce, was confined :o the hospital here today as an amnesia victim. Bell walked into the office of Dr. A. O. Shankey at Daly City, a suburb, ast night and said he believed he was suffering from amnesia. He was unable to remember his present address or occupation. Dr. Shankey notified police who took him to the hospital. Bell was wearing a leather jacket, riding ireechoK. boots and a sombrero. Legal Notices ORDINANCE No. 250 The Board of Supervisors of the ounty of Kerp 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-wlt: Desert Holly (Atriplex hymenely- tra); all species and varieties of Cacti; Snow Plant (Barcodes Ban- guinea); Yucca (Hesperoyucea whlp- plel), also known as Spanish Bayonet; Joshua Tree (Yucca mohavensls), also known as Yucca brevlfolla: Tiger Lily TLIllan parvum); Kern County Cypress (Cupressus nevadensis); Purpus Larkspur (Delphinium purpusll); Mountain Dogwood (Cornus nuttallll); Adobe Lily (Frltlllarla pluraflora); Bitter-root (Lewlsla redlvla); all species and varieties of Mariposa Lilies (Calochortus); Clarkia (Clarkla xan- ttana); Red Bud (Cercls occldontalts), also known as Judas Tree; and Fre- montla (Fremontodendron caltfornl- cum), also known ns slippery elm, wild quince and leatherwood, or to pick, or to cut any branches, fruits or blossoms therefrom, or to dig up or remove any underground parts thereof, whether growing on public or private land 'In the County of Kern, without a permit Issued by the 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 the County Agricultural Commissioner to the duly accredited representatives 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 wHd flowers In the decoration of automobiles, except In the case of public displays, under a permit so to do. Issued by tho 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 $50.00 or by Imprisonment -in tho County Jail for a term not exceeding SO days, or by both such fine and imprisonment. Section V. .This Ordinance shall be In force and take effect thirty (30) days from and after the adoption thereof, and prior to the expiration of Fifteen (15) days from the passage thereof shall bo published for at least one week in The Bakersfleld Callfor- nian, a newspaper of general circulation printed and published In the County of Kern, State of California, together with the names of the members of the Board of Supervisors voting for and against the same. The foregoing ordinance was passed and adopted by said Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State of California, this 30th day of January, 1933, by tho following vote: Ayes: Woollomes, Brlte, Hart, Abel, Wlrmner. Noes: None. Absent: None. (Beat) j. PERRY: B«ITE, Chairman of Hie Board of Supervisors. ATTEST: P. E. SMITH, County Clerk and ex-offlclo Clerk of tho Board of Supervisors. Feb. 4-18, Incl. HENRY I IS GUEST OF HOOVER (Antedated Press Leased VPirt) WASHINGTON, Feb. 11.—Henry M. Robinson, LOR Angeles banker and chairman of tho central committee of the 12 'business and. Industrial committees conferred ' with President Hoover and Secretary Mills today at >reakfast. Robinson, a close friend of tho President and frequently a "White House ruost, haii been away for some weeks, 36 will resume his residence In the White House. White House aides declined to discuss the meeting. <$>- Edouard Daladler, Minuter of War In the outgoing cabinet of Senator Joseph Paul-Benoour, has bMft ohoien next premier of France. Baffin's Sale Will Continue Next Week With bargain prices offered on the entire line of women's wearing apparel, Ballln's Fashion Shop sale today drew large crowds to the establishment located at 1804 Chester avenue. The big sale will continue Monday and to every customer who purchases a dress or a coat between the hours of 9 and 10 a. m. a dainty wash frock will be given free of charge. - * » » MASONIC PARTY TONIGHT WASCO, Feb. 11.— A pleasant evening Is anticipated by members and friends of the Masonic Lodge and the Eastern Star this evening at the Masonic temple when a card party and dancing party is to be held by committees from both lodges. The affair is to raise funds for decorating th6 banquet rooms, Prizes are to be given for cards. Good music has been secured for dancing. Tho committees Include J. L. Fldler, Earl Terry, Earl Hittson, Mesdames Margaret Moore, Hannah Miller and J. L. Fldler. Refreshments are to be served at the close of the evening. Shuler's Church in Plea for Rehearing: (Associated Press Leased Win) WASHINGTON, Feb. 11.—Tho Trln- ty Methodist Church, South, of Los dngeles, Calif., Which operated Radio Station KQEF over which Reverend Robert P. Shuler broadcast, 'today asked the Supreme Court to reconsider its recent refusal to review the radio commission's decision not to renew its license. Asserting the court had acted under a misapprehension of the nature and mportnnce of the questions presented, :he petition said tho government's brief opposing the review was highly naccurate and prejudicial. »-•-# •— Three Persons Given Positions by Rolph (Associated Press Leased Wire) SACRAMENTO, Feb. 11.—Dr. Raymond C. Foy of Santa Barbara was appointed today by Governor Rolph to be a member of the state board of chiropractic examiners, vice Dr. S. J. Howell, whoso term expired yesterday. Thomas C. Angltm of Napa was named to be a member of the state civil service commission, vice'Wallace I* Ware, who resigned. Harry B. Goodman of Los Angeles was reap- polnted a member of the state board of optometry. CONDUCTS STORY HOUR Orvllle Grave, late of the University of Redlands, told stories from the life of Robin Hood, in the playroom of* Rosenthal's Family Shoe Store to 60 children today, V. C. Behnke spoke of the FIJI Islands and displayed pictures. Legal Notices COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE OF SALE No. 25434 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, 'IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KERN. MATTIE F. O'REILLY, Plaintiff, vs. IDA G. GARCIA, as Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Jesus Garcia, Deceased; BANK OF AMERICA NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, successor in interest to Bank of Italy, a corporation, as Trustees under the terms of a certain Deed of Trust; IDA GARCIA; WESTERN BOND AND SECURITIES COMPANY, a corporation; SOUTHWEST FINANCE COMPANY, a corporation; JOHN DOE COMPANY, a corporation; RICHARD ROE; HENRY POE, AND MARY ROE, Defendants. Under and by virtue of a Decree of Foreclosure issued out of tho above named Court In the above entitled action, on the 18th day of January, 1933, and an Order of Sale Issued on tho 8th day of February. 1933, In said case, wherein MATTIE F. O'REILLY, the Plaintiff, recovered a Judgment and Decree of Foreclosure and Sale against IDA G. GARCIA, as Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Jesus Garcia, deceased; Et Als, Defendants, for the sum of J2400.0C principal and 1850.00 Interest; $17.6( expense searching title and J250.0C Attorney Fee, milking a total of $3517.50, together with Interest upon said latter sum from the date of this Decree at the rate of 7% per annum, which said Judgment and Decree was on the 25th day of January, 1033, Recorded in Judgment Book 43 of said Court at page 492. By tho terms of said Decree Marguerite Follansbee was appointed Commissioner and In an Order of Sale dated February 8th, 1933, was commanded to sell at Public Auction the land and premises situated In the County of Kern, State of California, and described as follows, to-wlt: All of the Southeast Quarter (SEU) of Section 18, Township 28 S., Range 22 E., M. D. B. & M., containing 160 acres, together with - all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenanfios thereto belonging. Public notice Is hereby given that on Tuesday, . the 7th day of March, 1933, at 11 o'clock A. M. of that day at the front entrance of the County Courthouse in the City of Bakersfield, County of Kern, State of California, I will, In obedience to Raid Order of Sale and Decree of Foreclosure, sell said property, or so much thereof as will be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with Interest and costs of sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash in lawful money. Dated at Bakersfleld, California, this 10th' day of February, 1933. MARGUERITE FOLLANSBEE, Commissioner, appointed by said Court. ^ Feb. 11-18-25 (Associated Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK, Fob. 11.— Beechnut Packing Company today declared a egular quarterly dividend of 75 cents on the common stock, payable April to shares of record March 13. MISS MACKLIN CONVALESCING Miss Mae Macklin, 629 H street, who recently underwent a serious operation In Los Angeles Hospital, Is convalescing satisfactorily, It Is reported. She Is expected home tonight, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. S. a. Macklin. The young woman Is head of Miss Macklln's Secretarial School of this city. •» » . RADIO MEETING A "radio meeting" will be held Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock by the Senior Epworth League of First Methodist Church. Robert Moon .will act as announcer. James Anderson will present a xylophone solo. All young people are being Invited. KERN—1200 K. 6 — Chesterfield, Blng Crosby, Leonard Hay ton's orchestra. 6:15—Boswell Sisters. , 6:30—Art Jarrett orchestra. 7—Morton Downey. 7:16—Tarzan of the 1 Apes. 7:30—Columbia Public Affairs. 7:46—Gertrude Nlesen. 8—Guy Lombardo, Koyal Canadians. 8:30—Harold Stern orchestra. 9—Joe Haymes' orchestra. 9:30—Ted FloRIto's orchestra. 10—"All-Request Hour." 10:40—Ted FioRIto's orchestra. 11—Dancing with the Stars. 11:30—Danco orchestra. 2SB.6 M.—KNX—1050 K. 6—News. 6:15—Bill, Mac and Jimmy. 6:30—SI and Elmer. 6:46—Currier's Sertnaders. ' 7—Prank Watanabe and Archie. 7:16—Guardsman, male quartet. 7:30—KNX Ensemble. 7:45—Happy Chappies. 8—KNX Varieties. , 9—News. ' 9:16—Crockett Mountaineers. —9:30—KNX Playlet. 10—Dance Band. 10:30—Organ Recital. 333.1 M—KHJ—MO K. 5:45—CBS programs to 6:30. 6:30—Jimmy Blttlok's orchestra. 7—Morton Downey. 7:15—Frank Greenough's orchestra. 7:30—Chandu, the Magician. 7:45—Gertrude Niessen. 8—Guy Lombardo's orchestra. 8:30—Raymond Paige's orchestra. 9—Joe Hayme's orchestra, 8:80—Ted Flo-Rite's orchestra. 10—News Items. 10:10—Ted Flo-RUo's orchestra. 11—Dancing with the Stars. 12 to 1 a. in,—Marshall Grant, organ. 468.5 M.—KFI—640 K. 6—Blue Danube. 6:30—Oldsmoblle program. 7—Lucky Strike Dance hour. g—Caswell's Coffee concert. 8:15—Golden State Family Robln- Bon. 8:45—Bal Tnbnrln orchestra. 0—Associated Spotlight. 10:30—Phil Harris 1 orchestra. 11:30 to 12 midnight —Gus Arn- helm's orchestra. STOCKS AND DIVIDENDS IRREGULAR HEM) 10 S, EARNINGS (Associated Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK, Feb. 11.— American Express Company reports 1932 net In- some of 11,086,802 equal, to (6.04 a share, against $1,100,942 or share in 1931. $6.12 a New York Central Railroad had a net loss of $18,256,400 in 1982 after axes and charges, compared with net ncome of $2,430,101 In 1931. Decem- >er net loss was $1,104,411 against oss of $286,465 a year ago. LE8S COTTONSEED CRUSHED WASHINGTON, Feb. 11. (A, P.)— Cottonseed cnished In tho six month period, August 1 to January 31, was •eportod today by the census bureau to have totalled- 3,009,117 tons, compared with 8,540,727 tons for the cor- •espondng period a year ago, and cot- unseed on hand a,t mills January 1 .otaled 1,211,440 tons compared with 1,190,059 tons a year ago. TREASURY REPORT WASHINGTON, Feb. 11. (A. P.)— Treasury receipts for February 9 wore 16,574,577.66; expenditures, $13,199,150.44; balance, $365,240,866,62. Customs duties for nine days of February were $6,621,292.29. CAR LOADINGS WASHINGTON, Feb. 11. (U. P.)— Tho American Railway Association today announced that car loadings for tho week of February 4 amounted to 483,192 oars, an Increase of 11,104 cars over the 'preceding week. * « » Seven Stocks Advance; Nine Steady; Six Decline; Volume Light (Associated Press Leased Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Fob. 11.—Mar- e'B for stocks were Irregular In quiet radlng today. Tho stock exchange ecorded seven gains, nine steady and Ix down, while the curb had one gain, five even and two down. On tho stock exchange, Los Ange- os Gas 6s made tho best gain, going up one. Improvements of U point or ess Included Coast Counties Gas 6s, 'aclflo Gas 6s, North American OH, United Aircraft, Alaska Juneau and Anglo-California National Bank. Transamerlca, with 180.0 shares sold, Inlshod off H at 6 rtnd Emporium dropped %, Southern Pacific nnd Fa- Iflc Lighting % and Caterpillar and Magnavox H. On tho curb American Telephone gained H and General Motors and daho Minos settled slightly. Los Angeles Hay •t (Associated Press Leased Wire) LOS ANGELES, Feb. 11.—Hay, per ton, f, o. b. Los Angeles: v Choice barley, $12.60(3)13.60. Choice oat, .$13,60(3)14.60. Alfalfa, delivered (Hynes or EH Monte): U. 8. No. 1, $12@13. U. S. No. 2 leafy, $11.60@12.00. U. S. No. 2, $10.50®)!!.50. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO. Feb. 11. (A. P.)-—Hogs- Receipts, 23,000; 10-lEc lowe>; packing sows In dull demand, weak; good to choice 170-210-lb., $3.70(^3.75; top, $3.70: 220-250-lb., $3.65®3.70; 260-320- lb., $3.40(^3.65; 140-160-lb., $3.50@3.70; few pigs, $3.60 downward. Cattle—Receipts, 100; compared with week ago: Long yearlings and light steers strong to 25c higher. Heifers and mixed yearlings, 25-40c up; extreme top long yearlings, $7.10; besl heifers, $6.76; bulk light steers and yearlings, $4.60; closing mostly 60c under week's high time. Choice heavies early in week, $6.26; comparable kinds late, $6.60; all cows steady to Strong; bulls, firm; vealers, $2.41 hlirher; closing at $8@9.50 mostly. Sheep — Receipts, 7000; nominal most killing classes closed steady closing bulks follow: Good to oholce native lambs, $0®5.75; few, $r>.85 week's top, $6.15: well finished Colorado nnd Nebraska lambs scaling SOSO ih.. $5f.n»B.Rfi; aged wethers, $3 fat ewes, $2<g>2.76. RECALL IN "STATUS «UO" SACRAMENTO, Feb. 11. (A. P.)— The movement of the California State Grange to recall Governor Rolph Is In "status quo" said George Sehl- meyer, master of the grange, on his return % to his office here today. MILLER WILL RESIGN WASHINGTON, Feb. 11. (A. P.)— Charles A. Miller disclosed In an Interview this afternoon that he plans to give up his position as president o: the Reconstruction Corporation with the advent of the Roosevelt administration. CAPITALIST DIES RIVERSIDE, Feb. 11. (U. P.)— Frederick Howard, eastern capitalist and -chairman of the board of directors of tho Home National Bank, Brock ton, Mass., died hero today after a brief illness. -*An X-ray machine which shbws or gans of the body In three dimension; has been developed at the University of California. Death Comes to Hermit Who Lived in Hanf ord Tree (United Press Leased Wire) HANFORD, Feb. 11. — Old Humpy, Hanford'i trie.dwelling htrmlt, died lait night. ' Tho ag«d man, who livid for »«vin years In a shack ha built In a trio mar the city, was taken to the county hospital Thunday after he aufferid a paralytic itroki. His rial name was Sherman Hutchlnion. Hi had no known relative*. (United Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK.—Cotton consumed by lomostlc mills In January was estimated by the cotton exchange at 480,00 bales, against 440,000 bales In De- ember and 435,000 bales In January, 932. PHILADELPHIA. — New orders re- elvod by the Baldwin Locomotive Works and affiliates In January amounted to $517,000, against $468,000 n December, it was reported. S. F. Stocks (Associated Praia Leased Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 11.— Stock— Bid Alaska Junouu ............. 12% Atlas Impl "A" ............ 2 Byron Jackson ............ 1% California Ink "A" ....... 14«s California Pack ........... .. 9(4 Caterpillar Tractor ........ 6% Conad. Chem. "A" Crown Zel c-om. Crown 55ol prcf. Crown Zel pref. Fireman's Fund Ins I'/u 81k 7% Golden State ............... 4 Honolulu Oil ............... 9 Leslie-Calif. Salt .......... 13% L. A. G. & E. pfd ........ 98 Magnavox Magnln com Magntn pfd Mnrchant com North American.... ....... 4% P. G. & K. com ........... 28 P. G. & E. 6% 1st pfd ..... 25 P. G. & E. 514% 1st pfd.. 22 Pac. Light, com ........... 36Vi Ask lift 1% 20 !tt IB',* I* y 43 1 4 2* 14 . , Pac. Light. $0 dlv. pfd.. Pac. Pub. Svo. new com Pac. Pub. Svc. 1st pfd.. Pacific Tel. & Tel. c-om.. Pacific Tel. & Tel. pid.. Parafflno com Plg'n Whls. pfd Rlchfleld-Callf., com Rlchfleld-Caltf. pfd Roos com .................. 2 SJ L&P 7% pr. pfd ....... 76 93 4 ioT' % SJ L&P 6% pr. pfd. "A". Schlesgr "A" com.... Schlcsgr pfd Shell Union com Southern Pacific S. P. Golden Gate "A' S. P. Golden Gate "B' Standard Oil of Calif. Tidewater com Tidewater pfd Transamerlca Union Oil of Calif Western Pipe com... 4 78 108 M, 1 5 8li 85 r. 17% 614 2% 24 3Vi 43V: ft 10 6% 5'i, 18!» 5<S( 6 A 24 4l 46 /! B> 10* L. A. Stocks Bid 11% 3 6>,i 26 (United Press Leased Wire) LOS ANGELES, Feb. 11.— Industrials Stock- Byron Jackson Claude Neon Elec.... Douglas Aircraft Emsco Derrick com... Globe G. & M. com. Goodyear T. & R, pfd Taylor Milling Van do ICamp Western Pipe Banki Citizens Nat. Bank 36 Sec. First Nat. Bank 42 »i Miscellaneous L. A. Invest. Co 1% Pacific Finance Co 6 • Pac. Mutual Life 26 Trunsumerlca 6V4 Western Air Express 13^4 Public Utilities L. A. G. & El. pfd 97',4 P. G. & E. com 28^a P, G. & E. 1st pfd 27% Pac. Lighting com 36»4 S. JOB. L. & P. 6% pfd 70 So. Calif. EdISon com 24» So. Calif. Edison 7% pfd.. 27'. So. Calif. Kdlson 6% pfd.. So. Calif. Edison 5Va% pfd. si-* si; So. Calif. Gas 6% pfd 24Vi 24V Southern Pacific 17% lal Oil* Barnsdall 3% Rolifa Chlca... 1 . 1% Pacific Western 3U Republic pete 1«4 Richfield Oil 1; Richfield Oil pfd H Standard Oil of Calif 24U Union Oil of Calif 10 Ask 2 7, 12'J 3>4 10 27H 5 43 2 5V 27 6 14 <? 981, 29 \ 25V 36H 247 27? 249 24' 10V CHICAGO GRAIN CHICAGO. Feb. 11. (A. P.)— Whea values strengthened Into today nwlni largely to Winnipeg Indications of bot ter demand overseas for shipment from Canada. Cables from Paris telling of u for mal proposal by tho Argentine ITOV eminent to have tho four leadln. wheat export countries reduce when acreage wero construed HS bullish, No tlce was also taken of Washington ad vices that tho Senate iigrlculture com rnltteo had voted to restrict the domes tic allotment bill to wheat and cotton Wheat closed firm, BRIGHT SPOTS IN BUSINESS TREND TO ATN.Y. Many Issues Record Gains of Fractions to Point; Trading Dull NEW YORK.—For tho first time tlnco August, 1931, automobile output hroughout the country exceeded tho corresponding month of a year ago, otallng 115,915 units, a gain of 33 per cent over December nnd G per cent over January, 1932, according to the National Automobile Chamber of Commerce. Weekly Citrus LOS ANGELES, Feb. 11.—California oranges wore slightly hlKher and onions slightly lower at eastern and nlddlo western auction centers this week. Orange sales decreased from 270 to 228 cars nnd lemons from 100 to 94, duo partly to cold weather. Mew York will not sell Monday because of :he holiday, but other centers plan to sell as usual. A gradual advance was mndo by oranges during tho week, training 7 cents a box for tho period to nn nver- tgo of $2.67. They brought $2.91 a KIX In tho similar period last year and F3.Z2 two years ago. Lemons declined from $3.42 to $3.28 a box. They sold for $3.65 at this time In 1932 and for $4.12 In tho like week of 1931. Cotton Futures (Asiociatcd Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK, Feb. 11. — Cotton reacted today after reaching new high prices for the week. May contracts sold up to $6.30 or 9 points net higher on. a spurt of buying following wortl that tho Smith notion rellof bill had been favorably reported to the Son- ate, but thlH bulge met heavy pro- holiday realizing and Increased southern selling and there were reactions In tho late trading. May closed nt $6.15, or 15 points off from tho best. Tho general market finished 4 to polnta lower. (A fsnciatr.il Prrss Leaned Wire) NEW YORK, Fob. II.—Short cover- ng In the recently depressed tobacco ssues gave an upward twist to the lock market In an apathetic weekend session today. A. number of 1s- lues closed fractions to more than a lolnt. Transfers approximated 350,000 ihares. The stock market, as measured by irlco averages, has closed a little ilgher every day this week, save yes- erday, when Thursday's rather brisk upturn attracted profit-taking. The action of the market this week has clearly made bears uneasy. Bullish activity cropped out today In some of the sugars, notably South r"orto Rico, which was bid up a point :o a new high for 1932-33. Tho sugars md been creeping up earlier In the week, as tho raw sugar market stif- 'cnnd. Shdrt covering camo Into the tobaccos, as bears who had sold In anticipation of today's announcement that American Tobacco had cut cigarette prices, took their profits. Coca-Cola, which was given a whirl In what looked like a move against tho shorts earlier In the week, again jumped forward, gaining nearly 3 points. Somo activity again cropped out In the gold Issues, with Home- Ktako, a traditionally wide mover gaining 3 points. Rnlls, leaders In recent sessions, settled hack somewhat, as traders learned thnt tho national transportation committee planned to make its report public next week, probably on Wednesday. Losses In these shares, however, were fractional. American Telephone was again firm, as Wall Street has turned to an almost unanimous opinion that directors will order the regular dividend next week. It gained about a point. Allied Chemical advanced as much. NEW YORK, Feb. 11. (A. P.)— Cotton futures cloned barely steady, 4-8 lower. March Jfi.02(?Cfi.Cl; "" $6.1C@6.17; July $6.29; October $11 6.46; December JO.ri71T6.6S; January $6.63. Spot quiet; middling $6.10. Maj ••42 W NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 11. (A. P.) Spot cotton closed steady 3 points down. Sales 1730; middling $6.00. COTTONSEED OIL DALLAS, Feb. 11. (U. P.)—Crud cottonseed oil, 2'X-ff2 r ;'«c. L. A. BUTTER. EGOS, POULTRY LOS ANGELES, Feb. 11. (U. P.)— Butter Prime, 18c. Prime firsts, 17c. Standards, ICc. Firsts, 15c. Epos Large—Clean extras 16e; light dlrtj extras IS',40.; clean standards ICc; Ugh dirty standards 10c; checks 13c. Medium—Clean extras 14Uc; Ugh dirty extras 14c; clean standards 14c light dirty standards Me; chocks lac. Small—Clean He; llRht dirty 14c. Poultry and Rabbits Hens, Leghorns, 2>i to ;t'i Ins., 9c. Hens, Leghorns, 3'i Ibs. up, 9c. Hens, Leghorns, 4 Ibs. and up. 9c. Hens, colored, 8« to 4 Ibs., I3c-. Hens, colored, 4 IDS. and up, 15o. Roasters, soft bone, 3H Ibs. up, 17c StaRK, 13c;,old roosters, 8c. Ducklings, Pekln, 4 Ibs. nnd up, 11c Othor than I'eltln 4 Ibs. and up, lOc Old ducks, lOo. Geese, 12c. Young torn turkeys, 13 Ibs. up, 13c. Young toms, dressed, 12 Ibs. up, 16c Hen turkeys, 9 His. and up, 18c. Hen turkeys, dressed, 8 Ibs. up, 16c Old torn turkeys, 12c; dressed, 15c. Squabs, under 11 Ibs. dozen, 15o. Squabs, 11 Ibs. dozen and up, 20c. Capons, live, under 7 Ibs., IHi:. Capons, live, 7 Ibs. nnd up, 20c. Capons, dressed, under U Ibs., 23c. Capons, dressed, <°> Ibs. and up 23c Rabbits, No. I white, 3 to -1 lbn., 9c llabhlts, No. 2 white. 3 to 4 Iba.. 6c No. 1, mixed colors, 3 to 4 Iba., Be. Rabbits, No. 1, old. Cc. GOVERNMENT BONDS NEW YORK, Fob. 11. (A. P.) — Liberty bonds closed today: 3Ms 32-47 $103.14. 1st 4'is 32-47 $102.25. 4th 4<4n 33-38 $103.13. Treasuries: 4lis 47-52 $110.10. 4s 44-M $106.12. 3&H 46-56 $104.18. 3»4s 40-43 June $102.18. 31is 43-47 $102.12. 3%s 46-49 $9(1.21. 3s 51-65 $98.03. abov yesterday's flnlnsh, corn unchanged to Uc higher, oats unchanged to a shade advance, and provisions unchanged. CHICAGO, Feb. 11. (A. P.)— Wheat, No. 2 red, 43H<" corn, No. 3 yellow, 24®24',4c; No. 3 whlto, 24c: oats, No. 4 white, S6(g'36c-. , , . rye, no sales; barley FOREIGN EXCHANGE NEW YORK, Feb. 11. (A. P.)—For elgn exchaiiKO steady; CJroat Britain In dollars, others In cents. Great Britain, demand, 3.42T»; ra bles, 3.43; 60-day liills, U.-I21-16 Franco, demand, 3.909-16; cnfoles 3.90H: Italy, 5.11H; cables, 5.11<?ii. Demands, Beleium, 13.91U; Germany, 23.77H; Holland, 40.15M:: To- klo, 21.12',(.; SlmnKhla, 28.00; Home Kong, 21.90; Montreal, 83.25; Mexico (Mty (silver peso), L'8.90. New York Close (United Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK, Feb. 1!.— Railroads Alchlson ......................... 45 Baltimore & Ohio ................ 12 Chesapeake & Ohio .............. uo Erie .............................. 6 Illinois Central Missouri Pacific New York Central Northern Pacific ................ 16 Pennsylvania ................. ... 18'1» Southern Pacific ................ 18 Union Pacific .................... 76 Great Northern pfd .............. 10 Industrials American Can ................... 68',i Tel ............. 103''2 211* 14«4 3U 191,, 143! 52Ai 54! l£ * s 14 , 251,, 20>< 4*; 74i 7% 27 D2V- D4»l D BUCK ROGERS, 2433 A. D. Captives Stolen By PHIL NOWLAN and LIEUTENANT DICK CALKINS OoC KILLER AWDARDALA, UP, HAD terr THEM VJAEM W2 MAOG OUR DISCOVERY MVSTPRIOOS t|K)V MEN- owe SBSJJSffT' /iocs*AMDescAP*-*** COPYHIOHT JOHN F. DILUE CO. RIO u O.PAT. orr. DRA66EP TMROG6H •me SHOW/ - see twese urrn.6 fUe TRAIL DID INDEED IBAO TO iwe CAMP or TWE TIU* SWEU WAVE To oo SOMETHING/— It WAS AW ASTOUNDING SCEKJE/ American Tel. & Borden Cities Service ... Columbia Gus ... Consolidated Gas Corn Products ... Curllss-Wrlghl .. Famous Players General Electric . <Jonoral Fdoos (i<ild Dust.v ......'......,. m Uoodyenr Tiro nnd Rubber 13 International Harvester m International Tel. &-. Tel 6* Montgomery Ward North American Pacific Gas Electric Radio Corporation Safeway .Stores SearB-Roebuck iTjji Union Carhlde & Carbon ! °"* f United Aircraft Warner Brothers Western Union Westlnghouso Electric Woolworth J. C. Penney Trnnsamerica 6$ First National Stores 60 Johns-Manvllla 20 1 ,g Caterpillar 7' Metals American Smelting Anaconda Bethlehem Steel International Nickel Kcnnecott Copper U. S. Steel Republic Steel Tobacco and Sugar American Su^ar American Tobacco "A" American Tobacco "B" American Sumatra Great Western Sugar R. J. Reynolds "B" 29ii Oils Mexican Seaboard 17'; Phillips Pete S% Richfield a s Shell Union 6i| Sinclair R Standard of Calif. Standard of N. J. Standard of N. Y. Texas Company ISMi Tidewater Ass'n new 3% Motors Auburn Chrysler > General Motors Packard Motors 2Vi Studcbaker 4' Tlmken Roller Bearing 16»a Equipments Ainer. Car Foundry 8 General Tank 1774 SAN FRANCISCO LIVESTOCK SOUTH SAN FKANCIf-ro, Feb. 11. (A. P.)—Hogs—For <v»«k 5100; butchers active, fully I",-to higher. Closing top $4.15 on 1 "/'-218-pound C'ulifornlus, early pen!: J1.25. Colorados $4.00, parking MOWS strong to 25 higher $:.50<if3.00 today 175: steady to shade higher, 153-lDS-pound Call- fornlaH 51.15. Cattle—For five days 1125 steers steady. Fairly good S75-950 pound top $4.7r>. Bulk '.112-1029 pound largely medium $-1.154/4.25: common to medium $1.00'(|4.10; common $3.00(3)3.75. 1217-pound steers J-t.n.",. bulk 1100- 1K>2 pound medium and good $4.00® 4.!!5; common and medium $3.50® 3.75. Gooil cows scarro, steady, good 1073-pound rows $3.50, medium to fairly guml $;.80'i/3.2fi. Cutter medium $2.fir>tf3.00, bulls $!!,50 down. Today: 100; calves part load uneven wejght common quality "dairy" type Sheep—For five days 2300; lambs alow, Heady to J5 higher. 75-81- pound medium and good $6.00; 90-98 pound at $R.oO'a6.oO; 75-S7-pound local fode $5.sOijii.OO, matured classes higher, f«w yearlings $4.50, medium 102-pound I-WHS J2.00. Today: None. LOS ANGELES LIVESTOCK LOS ANGKLBS, Feb. 11. (A. P.)—• Hogs—Receipts for week. 200; steady to strong: truck-ins $3.25^4.10. rattle—Receipts 3fiOO; steady to 25o higher; best light steers and year- liiiKw $-l.6!M7>5.00; bulk $4.00@4.60; heifers JO.UO down; cows mostly $3.00 down. Calves — Receipts 650; strong to higher; bulk $4.75(05.25. Sheep—Rocelptd BOO; fully steady. bulk lambs $5.50®5.00. COFFEE MARKET NEW YORK. Feb. 11. (U. P.)—Coffeo—Rip 7s on spot 8>i; Santos 4s 24% 267i ]2fjt 12% BAR SILVER NEW YORK. Fob. 11. A. P.)—Bar silver bfircly steady, ii lower at 25H-

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