The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on July 26, 1937 · Page 11
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San Bernardino, California
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SAN BERNARDINO DAILY SUN, MONDAY, JULY 26, 1937 PAGE ELEVEN Classified REAL ESTATE 61 Houses TM PriT.Tnw enr.n .."E1V"-' nm,s a',nie repair. 11250 twin riuMi etc A ii. , ' ".., imi. !pi,i jiiu. r, w. h, jwsu u. fn. 4.3-44. FOR RRTTOti rirrai'a No. end, aale or rent, also money to loan 6. 6V4 4 G straight or W. B. SWATZl,ANrnmp 899 E St. Ph. 561-17 nr M..M 51 nun Ownnr nut r.f i. ...... ........ n u, .... 0(ljB ami ins home, north end. good location, 5 rms., needs Home work, $1600, terms. F. W. f ICIH'll .IMAM I. I-I1 Good 3-bedrooiit home on E St. ..$3500. ' nouses on one lot close to oaseune $3000 .. THOMAS P MODTOM 424 Highland Ave. Fli. 651-62 5-RM. nice home nr. Base Line &E7 mrcei worK pa., price 53100. Only $200 dwn., bill, like rent. C. S. FrPnrh 1040 Kaaa T.ina T-i, noiOii SEAUTIFUL new stucco home, lg. liv. mi., uining rm., z lg. Bedrooms, tile roof, stall shower and tub, both tile, double gar.. $4200, tms. Geo. Shields, 774 "D." In Base Line Gardens. Wiw 6 and b room houses In north end. Convenient terms. FRANK L. WHITELOCK 806 R St. Ph. 4769 NEW BUNGALOW 2-bedroom stucco, good location. See HOWSON, 533 E. REAL BARGAIN 5 acres, 2-story frame, 3-bdrm. home, just outside city limits. House needs repair, good land, sac. for only $2750. Terms. G. W. French, 1080 G. Ph. 423-44. OWNER leaving city, offers 3-bed. moa. stucco nome, rsase L,inc uar-dens, $3500, $1000 cash. Can use Hi ton trdck, flat bed. 157 wheel base. m Goo. Shields. Phone 433-58. 774 D. NEAR BASE LINE & WATERMAN 5-rm. house, "i acre. Fruit, lawn, Shade, ckn. eq. $2000, $250 dn. $25 mo. YAXDELL REALTY, 409 4th. BY owner, 6-rm. home nr. hi-school, $30110. Terms. Ph. 3S3-02 or call 2142 Mt. View. NORTH E St. duplex. Good investment. Will sacrifice for cash. 888 Third St. Ph. 441-43. S 4-RJI. (2-bedroom) houses on paved street near 3rd. Income $50 mo. Price $3200. YANDKLL REALTY, 4G9 4th. NEW 7-rm. stucco, tile bath, furnace, close to J. C. Will take clear lot as part payment. Ph. 552-21. BEAUTIFUL home. Strictly mod. Moderately priced. Reus, terms. 1656 G. 64a Houses Wanted 2 OR 3-bdrm. house. $50 down, $15 month. Sun. Enx 42. 65 Income I'ruperty E St. Income For sale, lease or build to suit. Shaw or Freeman Ph. 302-74 or 2X1-35 INCOME PROPERTY AT A BARGAIN. PH. 411-39. 66 Lots " Good North End lots near fine school, gas, water, electricity. TOTAL PRICE $195 $25 Down, $7.50 Per Month SILAS S. STANLEY 21R8 Arrowhead Ph. 413-88 4S0CLEAR lots, $2000 contract, pays 20 months 6, will trade, submit. Goldman Realty Co. 423 Court St. Ph. 571-44. GOOD lot on "F" at 25th St. Imp. nil in & paid. Worth $1,000. Will take $650. Mackie. 443 4th St. BY Owner, lot on Valencia Ave., 2nd So. of 29th. Call 879 Mayficld Ave. 8 LOTS in N. W. part of city, $60 each, or all for $100. Ph. 223-60. 2 LOTS within 2K blks. of Hi school for $250 each, all imp. pd. Ph. 223-60. 68 Ranches BELL or trade, all or part, fi acres walnuts, interact other fruit, new house, city water, elec, gas. fine location, near everything. Owner, A. L. Rear. Yuraipa. 6!) f 1 roves B-ACRE Orange Grove. Foothill Subdivision. Built up neighborhood, terms or trade. 8SS 3rd St., Ph. 411-43. VITAL RECORDS WEDDING RINGS AT VONDEYS DIED HOSKING In Sawtelle, California, July 21, 1937, James E. Husking ,60. native of California and resident of Redlands more than 50 years. Funeral arrangements in charge of F. Arthur Cortner mortuary. Reilinnds. REINFELDT In Redlands, California, July 24. Mrs. Adelaide Reinfeldt. 81. native of Michigan and resident of Redlands 12 years. Funeral arrangements in charge of the F. Arthur Corlner mortuary, Redlands. FUNERAL DIRECTORS J. W. WOODHOUSE & CO. "Attention to Every Detail" 1354 Mt. Vernon Phono 441-01 Stephens & Bobbitt Funeral Home 'Information Without Obligation" 1156 F Street Phone 371-72 MARK li. SHAW CO. Mortuary Distinctive Service 468 6th St. Ph. 2131 EMMERSON'S MORTUARY Redlands, Calif. 703 Brookside Ave. Phone Main 207 I. M. Knopsnyder & Son Mortuary Expense A Matter of Your Own Desire Colton Phone 44-J IN THE SHADOWS JAMES E. KOSKiNG James E. Hosking, resident of Redlands for more than 50 years, died Saturday at the veterans' hospital in Sawtelle. He was 60 years old. A native of Eureka Mills, California, Mr. Hosking arrived in Red-lands In the late 1880's, and engaged successively in the fruit business and in real estate. He resided at 538 Alvarado street. During the Spanish-American war, he served as duty sergeant on Company G, Seventh California Infantry. Surviving arc the widow, one son, James Jr., a daughter, Harriet, and two sisters, Ada and Nettie Hos-king, all of Redlands. Funeral arrangements are in charge of the F. Arthur Cortner mortuary, of Redlands. ADELAIDE REINFELDT Mrs. Adrlaide Reinfeldt, 81 years of age, died suddenly yesterday at her home at 1108 Alta street in Red-lands. A native of Detroit, Mich., she came to California in 1011, and resided In Redlands since 1925. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Clara Lawson and Mis. Millie cmiih hnivi nf Redlands, and two sons, Ernest Reinfeldt of Los Ange-1 H 'AIRLINE' ROAD FAVORED (Continued from Page Three) should build this road from Rice straight west to Twenty-Nine faints, where it will connect the pavement which ends at this point. Better yot, we believe, the state should take into their secondary system the entire proposed route from the eastern part of the county where traffic enters California, and continue on through here to con nect with the state's secondary road which they ended near the San Bernardino-Rivo -' 'o county line in the Morongo valley. Ihe local of commerce road officials, more familiar with the lay of the land possibly than anyone now sees the feasibility of establishing not only a shorter route to San Bernardino, but if the highway from the east should be built through here it would afford the only entrance into Southern California through a big-timber country. The route now as Twenty-Nine Palms sees it should be built over the mountain at a point near the famous Onyx mine, which would necessitate the building of but a few miles of mountain road to con nect with a first-class highway system already established in the resort areas of the San Bernardino national forest, which highways, in turn, load directly into San Bernardino and Redlands. If the business men and county officials of San Bernardino get behind the movement initiated by Twenty-Nine Palms, we believe the state can be induced to build this highway, which would be a "bullet ine" from Parker through Twenty- Nine Palms and the desert resort arras and then but a few minutes' drive into the big timber and moun tain resort country and straight into San Bernardino and metropolitan Los Angeles. The distance from Twenty-Nine Palms to San Bernardino would be less than 70 miles. WASHINGTON Merry-Co-Round (Continued from Page Three) Republican economic royalist, and has a profound horror of flies. When Hoover transferred him from Sweden to be minister to Uruguay, he sulked, and finally resigned because the milk and the flies were bad in Montevideo, Hoover accepted his resignation with enthusiasm. He is now going to Switzerland to replace Hugh Wilson as minister. Joshua Butler Wright made himself famous during the Coolidge-Kollogg days with his top hat, stick and spats, which appeared punctiliously at the Un ion station to meet every visiting dignitary. From this job he got himself promoted to be minister to Hungary. Wright is a good soldier, goes where he is ordered, tries to carry out orders, and has been made ambassador to Cuba in order to carry out Washington's orders regarding the Batista dictatorship. Hugh Gibson has charm, a winsome personality and belongs to the old school of diplomacy which believes that there is little to be gained by telling the truth. He was among the little clique which promoted itself up the ladder during the Kellogg-Coolidge days, getting the lush plum of ambassador to Belgium. Roosevelt, who didn't like him at first, pulled him down the ladderor at least Gibson so considered it to be ambassador to Brazil, and Hugh has been maneuvering ever since to get back to Europe. Finally his friend, Sumner Welles, intervened to restore his old job as ambassador to Belgium. By such gentlemen are the affairs of the United States States conducted at a time when the clouds of war darken the world's horizon, A story on the efficient reorganization of that part of the state department which is in Washington will follow shortly. (Copyright IW7, by United Featuir Syndicate. Inc.) Rites Set Tomorrow For W. J. Van Petten Funeral services for W. J. Van Petten, former Grand Terrace rancher, who died Thursday at the home of a son in Charleston, W. Va., will be held tomorrow at the M. H. Simons funeral parlor in Riverside, at 2:30 p. m. Mr. Van Petten, who was about 75 years of age, was a former director of the Grand Terrace farm center. He moved to West Virginia six years ago. Free Methodists to Open Revival Series A series of evangelistic meetings at the Free Methodist church, 22o H street, will be opened tonight with appearance of the Calvary Carrolers male quartet. This group, from the Loi Angeles Pacific college, will conduct services nightly at 8 o'clock, with the exception of Saturday, and end ing with the program next Sun day. les and Charles Reinfeldt of Ponca City, Okla. Also surviving are two brothers, Henry and Ernest Gregor of Saginaw, Mich. Funeral arrangements are in charge of the F. Arthur Cortner funeral parlor in Redlands. BOBBY THATCHER READY ALL,-WE HAVE THAT BANDY LEGGED LITTLE SECOND MATE PENNED IN THE HOLD. Toscanini Will Conduct Vienna Orchestra on Air The Vienna Philharmonic orches tra will be heard today in the inaugural of N.B.C.'s third season of programs from Austria's famous Salzburg Festival over the rod net work and KFI, Arturo Toscanini, celebrated Italian leader, will conduct the orchestra, to be on the air from 10:15 a.m. to 10:40 a.m. Two of Shakespeare's best-known dramas, one a tragedy and the other a comedy, will be broadcast today. From KNX at 5 p.m. will be transmitted Columbia's production of Julius Caesar, with Claude Rains as Cassius, Reginald Denny as Cae- RADIO HIGHLIGHTS 10:05 a.m., KFI Salzburg Music Festival. 4:30 p.m., KECA Goldman Band. 5 p.m., KNX Julius Caesar. 5:30 p.m., KECA Taming of the Shrew. 6:30 p.m., KFI Burns and Allen. 6:30 p.m., KECA Radio Forum. 9 p.m., KFI Hawthorne House, 9:45 p.m., KNX Easy Aces. sar, Ian Keith as Brutus and Wal-tel Abel as Casca. In the other, "The Taming of the Shrew," John and Elaine Barry-more fill the principal roles. Sup porting parts list such talent as Vinton Haworth, J. Farrell Mac-Donald, Hans Conreid and Hanley Stafford. The program will be heard over KECA at 5:30 p.m. A dance routine by Grade Allan will be one of the highlights on today's Burns and Allen show, over KFI at 6:30 p.m. BEFORE 7 A. M. KMTR (570 k. c.) California Thea ter. 5. KFWB (950 K.c.) nappy jacn i.ay, KNX (1050 k.c.) Sunrise Salute, 6. KFSG (1120 k.c.) KECA (1430 k.c.) 7 TO 8 A. M. KFI Thesaurus Transcription. 7. On the Job, 7:30. Church Quarter Hour, 45. KFWB Happy Jack Kay, 7:40. KNX Morning Melodies, 7:45. KFCA The Vagabonds. 7. Young Hirkory, 7:15. House of Better Living, :45. 8 TO 9 A. M. KMTR Music. 8:30. Golden Mo ments, 8:53. Weather Report, 8:59. KFI Financial. X. story ot Mary Marlin, 8:15. Three Marshalls. 8:30. KNX Keening Fit in Hollywood, 8. Eddie Albright's Family, 8:15. Shake- sperean Talk, 8:30. Ma Perkins, 1 ., 8:45. KECA Terrl Franconi. 8. Grace and Srotty, 8:15. Joe Dumonri, 8:30. Helen Jane'Behlke. 8:45. 9 TO 10 A. M. KMTR Music. !). KFI Joe White, tenor. 9. Mrs. Wiggs. 0:15. John's Other Wife, 9:30. Just Plain Bill. 9:45. KFWB Music, 9. Fersonal Problem Clinic. 9:30. KNX Betty and Bob. 9. Hymns of All Churches, 9:15. Arnold Grimm's Daughter, 9:30. Hollywood In Person, 9:45. KECA Love and Learn. 9. French Lesson, 9:15. New World. 9:30. 10 TO 11 A. M. KMTR Safetv Program. 10. Home Economics. HI : in. Music. 10:30. KFI Salzburg Music Festival. 10:05. How to Re Charming. 10:30. Ann Warner. 10:45. KFWB Women's Club. 10. Dr. Richardson, 10:15. Down the Mississippi, 10:30. Around the House, 10:15. KNX Big Sister. 10. Aunt Jenny Real Life Storv, 10:15. Mvrt and Marge, 10:45. KF.CA Crosscuts, 10:15. U. S. Navy Band. 10:30. 11 A. M. TO 12 NOON KMTR Music. 11:25. KFI Feppcr Young's Fnmilv, 11. Ma Perkins, 11:15. Vic and Sade, 11:30. The O'Nells. 11:45. KFWB Music, 11. KNX Magazine of the Air, 11. Fletcher Wilev, 11 :30. KECA Know Your Child. 11. Music, 11:15. Farm and Home Hour. 11 30 12 NOON TO 1 P. M. KMTR Al Jarvis. 12. KFI Shopping Tour. 12. The Gospel Pincers. 12:15. Sophisticated Rhvthm, 12:30. The Guiding Light. 12:45 ' KFWB High Lights, 12 Music, 12:10. Sons of the Tioneer, 12 15. Sol Bright Orch.. 12:45. KNX Bob Byron. 12. Prettv Kitty Kelly. 12:15. Play Days. 12:30.' KECA Farm and Home Hour. 12. Federal. State Rnd Market Reports. 12:30. Chaparral Club. 12:45. 1 TO 2 P. M. KMTR-Safety Program. 1. Troubadours. 1:15. Ames and Archer, 1:30. Music, 1:45. KFI Carol Weymann. 1. Marlow and Lyon, 1:15. Martha Meade, 1:30. Gloria Gale. 1-45. KFWB G. Allison, 1. Knox Manning. 1:30. Music, 1:45. KNX Women's Forum. 1. Eton Bovs, 1:15 Funny Things. 1:45. KECA Discovering America, 1. Sue and Her Husband, 1:15. Classic Hour, 1:45. 2 TO 3 P. M. KMTR Talk. 2:15. Missing Persons, 2:45. Watchtower, 2:55. KFI Magazine of the Air, 2. KFWB Clover Kerr. 2. Music, 2:15. Talk on Dogs, 2:30. Les Parker. 2:45. KNX Shakespeare Talk, 2. Catallna Islander. 2:15. The Newlyweds, 2:30. George Hall's Orch.. 2:45. KECA Classic Hour, 2. 3 TO 4 P. M. KMTR Music, 8. KFI Pictorial, 3. Hello Peggv, T., 3:15. Bess Meals, 3:30. What the Papers Sal. 3:45. KFWB Music, 3. Music. 3:30. KNX Western Home Hour, 3. KECA Ann Cook, 3. Landmarks, AND 111 3:15. Memory Lane, 3:30. Musical Medallion, 3:45. 4 TO 5 P. M. KMTR Talk. 4. Allen and Davis, 4:15. Walk a Show Contest, 4:45. Music, 4:30. KFI Stringtime, 4. Al Gayle, 1:30. Jingle Town Gazette, 4:45, KFWB Better Business Bureau, 4. Sol Bright Orch., 4:15. Music. 4:30. KNX Maurice Orch., 4. Bookworm, 4:15. Jack and Paul, 4:30. Aeolion Trio, 4:45. 5 TO 6 P. M. KMTR Saddle Pals, 5. Golden Moments, 5:55. KFI Famous Songs, 5:15. Hour of Charm, 5:30. KFWB News for Children, 5. Story Town Express, 5:15. Music, 5:30. KNX Shakesperian Flay, 5. 6 TO 7 P. M. KMTR Junior Birdmen, 6:15. California Pension Plan, 6:30. KFI Contented Program, 6. Burns and Allen, 6:30. KFWB Music, 6:10. Resort Reporter, 6:15. Jones Pup, 6:30. Texas Drifter, 6:45. KNX Wayne King Orch., 6. Neck 0' the Woods, 6:30. 7 TO 8 P. M. KMTR Santaella's Orch., 7. Oil Scout, 7:15. Hawaiians, 7:30. Rheba Crawford, 7:45. KFI Amos 'n' Andy, 7. Uncle Ezra's Radio Station, 7:15. Voice of Firestone, 7:30. KFWB Amateur Authors, 7. Music, 7:30. Lillian Burkhard Goldsmith, 7:45. KNX Scattergood Balnes, 7. Boake Carter, 7:15. Pick and Pat, 7:30. 8 TO 9 P. M, KFI Fihber McGee and Molly, 8. Vox Pop, 8:30. KFWB Geo. Olson Orch., 8. School Days of the Air, 8:30. KNX Horace Heidt Orch., 8. School Days, 8:30. 9 TO 10 P. M. KFI Hawthorne House, 9. Monday Night Special, 9:30. KNX School Days, 9. Horace Henderson's Orch., 9:15. Easy Aces, 9:45, 10 TO 11 P. M. KFI Ben Klassen, Tenor, 10:15. Jimmy Grier Orch., 10:30. KFWB It's a Fact, 10:10. Music, 10:15. Sol Bright Orch., 10:45. KN'X White Fires, 10:15. Wilbur Hatch Orch., 10:45. 11 P. M. TO MIDNIGHT KFI George Olson Orch., 11. Paul Martin Orch., 11:30. Silent until 7 a. m. KFWB George Redman Orch., 11:15. KNX Eddie Fitzpatrick Orch., 11. Jan Garbers Orch., 11:30. AFTER MIDNIGHT KNX Music, 12:15. Silent until 6 a. in. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT FAIR STATEMENT OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY. REGULAR MEETING, MONDAY, JULY 19, 1937. TEN O'CLOCK A.M. Meeting called to order by the Chairman. All members noted present. Minutes of the previous meeting read and approved. The Board proceeds to examine and allow claims against the County, as follows: L. E. Patch, services $ 54.00 Chas. L. Foulke, services 400.00 Horace P. Hinckley, services .. 121.81 M. Dillon, services 35.00 R. V. Ward, services 60.75 F. C. Gildart, services 25.00 Mrs. Bessie Garner, services ... 25.00 Browning & Rule, supplies ... 77.12 Associated Telephone Co., services 45.30 D. H. Davies, travel expense .. 41.20 O. J. Jones, travel expense ... 126.30 County Chamber of Commerce. Supplies 88.35 Homer C. Ryerson, cement and Plaster 69.01 E. R. Burke, supplies 67.10 Elmer H. Deems, repairs and phone 39.73 A. H. Maher, travel expense . 4(i.75 R. C. Oliver, trivel expense . . . 87.85 George Acur.a, travel expense . . 59. SI Howird M. Guthrie, insurance . 152.76 Dr. Theo K. Miller, services. . . 25.00 R. Z. Smith, travel expense... 46.95 Edwards Machine Works, labor and supplies 1 285.00 Thew & Lier Radio Co., alarm System and wire 54.59 Associated Telephone Co., services 30.75 A. F. Zimmerman, travel expense 35.95 Elmer C. Jertberg, travel expense 43.30 Horace A. Negus, travel expense 2S.80 .1. E. Bailie, travel expense.... 2170 M. A. CrMioior, travel expense 28.80 As.-veiated Telephone Co.. services 50.60 Western Union Telegraph Co., Services 5S.34 San Bernardino Daily Sun, advertising 4t;n.31 Ted A. Lee. travel expense 57.04 J. M. Cleveland, travel expense 36.10 Associated Telephone Co., services 117.32 Chas. H. Hancock, travel expense 59.65 R. M. Van Leuvan travel expense 2S.35 T. C. McDonald, travel expense 60.25 W. O. Hardy, travel and tele. expense 39.10 ,T. H. Lucas, travel expense .... 35.20 W. A. McKee. travel expense. 46. 80 F. L. Stanfiel 1. travel expense 45.55 Pr. Geo. E. Shafer. services.. 30.00 McNamara Bros., burials 253.SO Mark B. Shaw, burials 126.90 Velnia H. Brewster, travel expense 32.30 Joe B. Bahrock, travel expense 21.90 Belle Larmore, travel expense . 30.60 Paul C. Lynrie, reporting 52.50 Job Scott, travel expense 25.05 R. F. Tanner, travel expense.. 33.35 Hal Oxnevnd. travel expense 32.95 White & Piatt, ambulance ... 150.00 Stephens & Robbitt. ambulance 46.00 American Totash & Chemical Corp., supplies 26.00 Pacific Electric Ry., supplies & Imp 139.62 A. T. & S. F. Ry. Co., supplies & Imp 250.80 Mission Inn, 29 Talms, Supplies & Meals 73.66 Anderson Board & Supply Co. Board 77.68 Barstow Auto Court, rooms ... 46.25 Bear Valley Ambulance Co., services 25.00 Simpson Funeral Home, services 49.00 K. T. Heinauer, ambulance . . 72.50 J. B. Draper, ambulance 46.50 Dr. I. S. Miller, services 25.00 Dr. F. H. Folklns. services ... 25.00 Dr. Mnry Craig, services 25.00 Dr. Philip Savage, services .. 25.00 r Ah SURPRISE AWAITED BENT HIS RUFFIANS. jiff THE LADDER IN THE OPEN HATCH HAD BEEN REMOVED. THE LIGHT WAS BURNING BELOW BUT THEIR SENTRY DID NOT ANSWER. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Dr. K. L. Dole, services 25.00 Dr. Robert I. Hodgin, services 125.00 Dr. Phillip Hambleton, services 50.00 Charles Donnelly, travel expense 34.55 Dr. C. N. Abbott, services ... 25.00 Dr. W. W. Fenton, services . . . 50.00 Dr. F. X. Fiegel, services 50.00 Home Cafe, Barstow. meals. . 143.14 Barstow Auto Court, rooms .. 68.50 Southern Pacific Ry. Co., Supplies & Imp 149.58 L. E. Williams, meals 36.20 Coltun Daiiy Cuurier, advertising Bid 44.80 Chunes Donnelly, travel expense 34.55 S. J. Bolser, travel expense.... 32.95 Belle Larmore, travel expense. 32.15 Howard M. Guthrie, auto insurance 3,991.20 Calif. Junior Republic, hospital expense 25.50 Dr. Eugene H. Hull, services .. 250.0U John H, Hooval, M.D., services 102.15 W. R. Fox, travel expense ... 41.50 Geo. A. Pohl, travel expense . . 52.85 DaviJ Iljekaby, travel expense 45.30 C. C. Delphey, travel expense 47.25 Chas E. Anderson, travel expense 35.90 J. F. Bone, travel expense ... 50.30 J. F. Anderson, travel expense 35.95 R. R. McKennett, travel expense 36.60 Walter B. Hadley, travel expense 42.40 V. N, Van Norman, travel expense 33.10 Ocia A. Peters, travel expense. 42.35 Robert II. Reed, travel expense 44.30 Roy Cain, reporting 45.40 Edw. P. Doyle, travel expense. 148.10 JJi. w. c. Bateman, travel ex pense 26.35 C. Burton Thrall, travel expense 61.23 Everett Lucke, travel expense. 49.82 A. D. Hanna, travel expense... 57.50 Lecu uuerr, travel expense 52.29 Louis H. Miller, travel expense 49.30 Art Manning, travel expense . . 70.33 E. L. Morgan, insurance 153.38 City Transfer Co., hauling 30.00 Mary M. Kichardson, travel expense 50.8I Paul C. Lynde, reporting .... 54.00 Roy Cain, travel expense 28.30 Ira B. Caster, investigations .. 55.75 C. E. Johnson, travel expense.. 27.82 otocKweu & Binney, rentals and repairs 66.31 Marye Greenwood, travel ex pense 29.70 Frank Wiley, travel expense ... 31.45 E. F. Jones, travel expense 50.42 uroman, travel expense 42.24 San Bernardino Daily Sun, ad vertising 34.87 Fuller, Eadie & Co., services.. 275.00 C. Britton. travel expense 99.60 Jolm L. King, travel expense. 46.20 Norman P. Henderson, travel expense 112.25 Albert E. Weller, travel expense 77.35 Ivan L, Finkelberg, M.D. services 40.00 William Maloof Packard agency auto 1758.86 Kerr Rug Mfg Co., supplies ... 27.81 Harris Co., supplies 146.26 Victor Belting Co., supplies ... 35.51 American Seating Co., supplies 38.01 Adams Lumber Co., supplies ... 201.96 Addressograph Sales Agency Equip 10M.55 Armour & Co., supplies 479.26 Arcade Drug Store, supplies ... 924.11 Fontana Motors Co 503.60 R. F. Garner Jr 831.64 Hanawalt Bros., gravel 263.56 Roy Cain, reporting 33.00 k. r: uarner jr.. supplies 139.74 Lynn & Jones, supplies 95.79 Mirit Oil & Grease Co., supplies 141.46 Union Oil Co.. supplies 311.16 Adams Lumber Co., supplies ... 69.94 Silver Crest Dairy, supplies ... 32.65 Adams Lumber Co., supplies .. 51.85 Valley Surgical Supply Co., supplies 234.17 General Pet. Co., supplies .... 75.00 Barnum & Flagg, supplies 27.90 Barnum & Flagg, books 9S.S8 Barnum & Flagg, supplies 1HS.92 Barnum & Flagg, supplies .... 247.20 Fooshee Furniture Co. Equipt.. 122.36 Suverkrup Lumber Co., supplies 160.68 Puverkrup Lumber Co.. supplies 160.68 Harmon & Marshall, supplies. . 22.79 Barmim & Flagg, supplies .... 479.75 Dr. StiUman Berry, supplies .. 41.20 Physicians Supply Co., supplies 27.81 Brown Bevis Co., supplies . ,. 112.53 Yucaipa Fruit Co., supplies ... 29.37 Valley Surgical Supply Co., supplies 499.17 Smart & Final supplies '. 5S.S2 Smart & Final, supplies 37.01 Swift & Co.. supplies 51.29 San Bernardino Auto Wrecking Co., Supplies 25.75 Stockwell & Binnev, supplies .. 149.32 Goo. Herz & Son. supplies .... 106.12 Radio Television Supply Co.,.. 29.48 Neal Niday, groceries 390.48 Barnum & Flagg, books 390.83 Sun Printing & Pub. Co., printing 114.26 Adams Lumber Co., lumber 74.65 Adams Lumber Co.. supplies .. 2S2.09 Barnum & Flagg, supplies 75.25 Gilinore Oil Co 250.( 8 Pacific Library Binding Co.. .. 67.41 Geo. M. Coolev Co., supplies . . 66.58 Silver Crest Dairy, groceries... 45.00 Adams Lumber Co., supplies .. 8213 Gabriel Bros., dry goods .... 463.08 H. Hclman Dept. Store dry goods 158.75 Harris Co., dry goods 127.90 Silver Crest Dairy, groceries .. 455.40 Mark & Puthoff. drugs 61.93 Barnum & Flagg. books 491.52 Shell Oil Co., supplies 3'i4.f0 Standard Oil Co.. supplies 106.01 Western States Grocerv, supplies .' 49.44 Bert Taylor, repairs elevator.. 8S.7S San Bernardino Daily Sun 73.41 A. M. Lewis. Inc., groceries... 94.29 Herman C. Lynn, truck 6S7.13 General Petrol "tin Corp., supplies 637.01 Cucamonga Lumber & Feed Co., supplies 173.04 Building Materials, supplies ... 332.90 Authorize Chairman to transfer Wm. T. Maincus to Orange County, John T. Greene to and Kaite Black from Los Angeles County, and Alpha E. Litts from Los Angeles County. Authorize Chairman to sign release of liens on the property of Beniamin & StelU Allott. Ithame'r J. & Agnes Ramsay, and the partial release of Chauni y & M:irtha Jane Hollingsworth. Authorize Chairman to sign liens against the property of Minerva A. F.eatty and others, as applicants for Old Age Security. Approve Notice of Change in applications for Old Age Security of Charles Berkley and others. Approve change In Childrens aid of Patricia Larson and Lois Rae Robinson. Order Tax Sale on the following property : NEU Sec. 32 Twp 5N R.l E and NW'i Sec 34 Twp 4N R 5W. and Colton City lots 21, 22. 23 and 24 Blk 100, and Fishers Suh. Lots 1 & 2 Blk G, and Ririgewood Park Tr. Lots 1. 2, 3. 4, 8, Portion Lot 12 lying Wlv of 11 desc as Beg at Wly cor Lot 11 th Sly in THAT'S THE WORK OF TAFFRAIL BUT HE CANT ESCAPE US-. INTO THE HOLD THROUGH THE CHAIN LOCKER LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT straight li to SE Cor Lot 12, 17, 18, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26. 27, 29, 34, 35, 36, 37. Ridgewood Park Tr. W'2 Lot 32. Approve application of G. W. McDonald for dunce at Crestline. Approve refund of taxes paid In error by Samuel H. Stidham. Accept resignation of H. F. Morse as Commissioner of San Bernardino County Waterworks District Number 8, and appoint Fred Schlendering in place of Mr. Morse. Grant permission to J. H. Lucas, Constable for Belleville Township, to leave the State for two weeks, to start August 2. Authorize the Exhibit Committee of the National Orange Show to be in joint control of the County Exhihits. and to be in charge of the construction of County Exhibits. Hear request for County participation in the Golden Gate International Exposition of 1939. Adopt a resolution, requesting our congressmen to oppose tne transrer 01 the Forest Service from the Department of Agriculture to a Department of Conservation. . Authorize the Auditor to set a budget for the sponsorship of the Womens Sewing Project, in the amount of $60,000.00 and the sponsorship of the Shoe Repairing project, in the sum of $1800.00. Read communication from the Vic-torville Chamber of Commerce, concerning granite of Lucere Valley for the New Prison at Chino. Hold public hearing on the petition for annexation of certain territory to the Crest Number one County Fire Protection District of San Bernardino County. At conclusion of hearing, the Board denied the petition. Filed a petition, signed by fifteen property owners, asking ihe formation of a Fite Protection District, in the Crest Forest Area. Appointed Monday August a, iy37, as date 01 puDiic near-ing. Appointed J. E. Hcnck and Stoney L, De Ment to nrenare and file the writ ten report as required by the District investigation Act ot 1933. lor tne ior mation of a Fire Protection District. Meeting adjourns. C. E. BRIER. Chairman of the Board. Attest: HARRY L. ALLISON, Clerk of the Board. By Harold Zenz, Deputy. NOTICE Notice of sale of property of the State pursuant to Section 3897 of the Political Code. Office of the Tax Collector of the County of San Bernardino, State of California. Whereas, on the 22nd day of July, 1937 there was issued a written authorization under the hand and seal of the Controller of the State of California, which said authorization was received by me and filed in my office, and was and is in words and figures as ioliows, to-wit: Authorization by the State Controller tor tne sale 01 tax neeaea property at public auction in accordance with the provisions of Section 3897, Political Code. NOTICE Controller's Department ) State of California ) To the Tax Collector of the County of San Bernardino, State of California; Whereas, a deed or deeds conveying to the people of the State of California the title to the Dronertv hereinafter de scribed having heretofore been filed in the Controller's office of the State of California: And. Whereas, said deed or deeds re cite the fact that said property hereinafter described was sold to th people of the State of California for the non payment of State and county taxes; And. Whereas, five vears have elapsed since the date of said sale, and no redemption, according to law, has been made of said property, or any part thereof; Now, Therefore, in pursuance of the law in such case made and provided, I, HARRY B. RILEY, Controller of the State of California, by virtue of the authority in me vested by the laws of this State, do by these presents authorize, empower, and direct you, the said lax Collector, to sell at public auction, in separate lots or parcels, the property hereinafter described and upon the terms provided. The property above referred to, and hereby authorized to be sold, is situate, lying and being in the County of San Bernardino. State of California, bounded and particularly described as follows, to-wit : Property sold to the State. June 29th, 1927 for the delinquent taxes of 1926: Fisher's Sub.: Lot 1, Blk. G Deed No. 245 Lot 2. Blk. G Deed No. 246. To be sold for a sum not less than $191.48 for each lot. Property sold to the State. June 29th, 1929 for the delinquent taxes of 1928: Ridgewood Park Tract: Lot 1 Deed Nos. 796 & 726 Lot 2 Deed N'os. 797 & 727 Lot 3 Deed Nos. 79S & 728 Lot 4 Deed Nos. 799 & 729 Lot 8 Deed .Nos. 800 & 730 Ridgewood Tark Tract. Ptn Lot 12 lying Wly of li desc as beg. at Wly cor Lot ll'i th Sly in straight li to SE Cor Lot 12. Deed Nos. 801 & 73i. Ridgewood Park Tract: Lot 17 Deed Nos. 804 & 734 Lot IS Deed Nos. 805 & 735 Lot 21 Deed Nos. 806 & 736 Lot 22 Deed Nos. S07 & 737 Lot 23 Deed Nos. 808 & 738 Lot 24 Deed Nos. 809 & 739 Lot 25 Deed Nos. S10 & 740 Lot 26 Deed Nos. 811 & 741 Lot 27 Deed N03. 812 & 742 Lot 29 Deed Nos. 813 & 743 Lot 31 Deed Nos. 814 & 744 Lot 35 Deed Nos. 815 & 745 Lot 36 Deed Nos. 816 & 746 Lot 37 Deed Nos. 817 & 747 To be sold for a sum not less than $50.00 for each lot. Property sold to the State. June 28th, 1930 for the delinquent taxes of 1929: Ridgewood Park Tract W'j Lot 32. Deed Nos. 1212 & 1213. To he sold for a sum not less than $25.00. The above described property to be sold at public auction to the highest bidder at 9 o'clock a.m. on the 19th day of August. 1937 by T. W. Batche-lor. Tax Collector, at the courthouse, San Bernardino, County of San Bernardino. State of California, unless redeemed prior thereto. Said sale shall be conducted in nil respects as provided for by law governing such sales. Given under my hand and seal of office at Sacramento, this 22nd day of July, A. D. 1937. HARRY B. RILEY, Controller. By C. E. COOPER, Deputy. (Seal) Now, therefore, In pursuance of law, public notice is herebv given that I will on Thursday, the i9th day of August, 1937, at the hour of 9 o'clock a. m. in the office of the County Tax Col lector, Rm 205 Court House of said County of San Bernardino, State of Cal- 3 II uurti AFTER HIM. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ifornia, sell to the highest bidder for cash in lawful money of the United States, the property hereinbefore In said authorization described, saving and excepting any piece or parcel of which has been or may be redeemed prior to said sale, which said authorization is made a part of this notice, to-wit: Property sold to the State June 29th, 1927 for the delinquent taxes of 1926: Description: Fisher's Sub Lot 1 Blk G. Fisher's Sub Lot 2 Blk G. To be sold for a sum not less than $191.48 for each lot. This property was assessed to Henry Fisher for the unpaid taxes for the years 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929. 1930, 1931. Property sild to the State June 29th, 1929, for the delinquent taxes of 1928. Description: Ridgewood Park Tract: Lots 1. 2. 3, 8, Ptn Lot 12 lying Wly of li desc as beg. at Wly cor Lot 11 Th Sly in straight li to SE Cor Lot 12, 17, 18, 21, 22, 23. 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 34, 35, 36, 37. To be sold for a sum not less than $50.00 for each lot. This property was assessed to Paul Houghton for an undivided one-half interest and to C. R. & Dora S. May for the other undivided one-half interest for the unpaid taxes for the years 1928. 1929 and 1930 and was assessed to Paul Houghton for the unpaid taxes for the years 1931. 1932 and 1933. Property sold to the State June 29th, 1929 for the delinquent taxes o 1928: Description: Ridgewood Park Tract Lot 4. To be sold for a sum not less than $50.00. This property was assessed to Paul Houghton tor an undivided one-half interest and to C. R. & Dora S. May for the other undivided one-half interest for the unpaid taxes for the year 1928 and was assessed to Kenneth & Mary Clarke for the unpaid taxes for the years 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932 and 1933. Property sold to the State June 28th, 1930 tor the delinquent taxes of 1929; Description: Ridgewood Park Tract W Lot 32. To be sold for a sum not less than $25.00. This property was assessed to Paul Houghton tor an undivided one-half interest and to C. R. & Dora S. May for the other undivided one-half interest for the unpaid taxes for the years of 1929 and 1930 and was assessed to Paul Houghton for the unpaid taxes for the years of 1931, 1932, 1933, and 1934. The purchasers of these properties are to pay all costs of sale. J. W. BATCHELOR, Tax Collector, San Bernardino County, San Bernardino, California. Martin C. Casey, Attorney NOTICE OF HEARING OF PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL No. 12362 In the Superior Court of the State of California in and for the County of San Bernardino. In the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM HAAS. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the petition of Delia Hathaway for the Probate of Will of William Haas, Deceased, and for the issuance of Letters Testamentary thereon to Horace B. Blood will be heard at 10:00 o'clock A.M., on the 2nd day of August, 1937 at the Court Room of Department 2 of the Superior Court of San Bernardino, County, California. HARRY L. ALLISON. Clerk. By M. L. ALDRIDGE. Deputy Clerk. MARTIN C. CASEY, Attorney ior Petitioner. Dated: July 21, 1937. NOTICE INVITING BIDS Notice is hereby given, that the Mayor and Common Council of the City of San Bernardino will receive bids or proposals for the insuring for a period of one year, automobile equipment owned and operated by the City of San Bernardino for public liability and property damage in accordance witn details and specifications on file in the office of the City Clerk up to the hour of 7:30 P. M., on Monday, August 2nd, 1937, at which time all of said bids or proposals will be publicly opened, examined and declared. The Mayor and Common Council shall have the power to reject any or all bids, or the lowest and best bid made, and re-advertise at their discretion. Deliver all bids to the City Clerk, City Hall. All bids or proposals shall be accompanied by a certified check payable to the Citv of San Bernardino, signed by a responsible bank for an amoant of not less than ten per cent (10rc) of the aggregate of the proposal or by a bond for a like amount, and so payable signed by the bidder and a surety company, or signed by the bidder and two sureties, which two sureties shall justify before any officer competent to administer an oath in double said amount, over and above all statutory exemptions. All bids received will be publicly opened and declared on the said dati at the hour of 7:30 P. M. JOHN H. OSBORN Dated at San Bernardino, this 23rd day of July 1937. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY No. 162.401 In the Superior Couit of the State of California in and tor tne county 01 Los Aneelcs. In the Matter of 'he Estate of MARIE YERRICK, also known as MRS. C. F. YERRICK. MARIE L. BATES and MARIE BATES. Deceased. Good cause being shown therefor, and it being for the best interests of said estate and necessary In order to pay Claims, the undersigned, Ben ii. Brown, administrator of the estate of MARIE YERRICK, deceased, will sell at private sale tj the highest and best bidder, subject to the confirmation of said Superior Court, on or after Monday, the 2nd day of August, 1937. at his otiice, 902 Hall of Records, in the County of Los Angeles. State of California, all the right, title and interest of said deceased at the time of death, and all the right, title and interest that the estate of said deceased has by operation of law or otherwise acquired ether than or in addition to that of said MARIE YERRICK etc., deceased at the time of death, in and to all of that certain real property described as follows, to-wit: An Agrement of bale, dated April 29. 1933. executed by William MarHenry and Flora MacHenry, husband and wife to Robert L. Ticer and Helen D. Ticer. husband and wife, in amount of $rD00, payable ta MacHenry as follows: $400 upon execution and delivery of this agreement; $250 on the 29th day of April. 1934. and $250 on the 29th day of April of each succeeding year thereafter until full purchase pries shall have been paid, payments to include interest at 6 per annum. This agreement to Robert L Ticer. and Helen D. Ticer as Buyer, re- ML ByCeorge StormJ IF THIS HOLDS I'LL GAIN ANOTHER MINUTE - IF I Vr ( r GONER.- LU LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT corded in Book 1016, Page 257, O. R. San Bernardino County. AN ASSIGNMENT dated October , 25, 1934, executed by Robert L. Ticer and Helen Ticer. of all right, title and interest in the above contract to Marie L. Yerrick, as buyer and attached to above contract. THIS AGREEMENT covers the East 43.5 feet of the South half of the West half of the East half of Lot 6 of Hanson & Company's Addition, City of Ontario, San Bernardino County, per plat recorded in ( Book 1? of Maps, page 51. Improved with store and 10 cabins at 949 East "A" Street, Ontario, Califor- : nia. A total of $725.00 has been paid on contiact to date, last payment having been made on April 29, 1936. NOTE: A lease made by C. F. Yerrick and Marie L. Yerrick to H. W. Sanders and assignment thereof to Hazel A. Coomes, covering above property recorded September 16, 1936, in Book 1169, page 142, Official Records, San Bernardino County. Miscellaneous furniture and household goods located in the above premises known as 949 East "A" Street, Ontario, California, being an auto court and store- building. Subject to all outstanding liens, taxes and encumbrances of record. The terms and conditions of sale are cash in lawful money of the United States upon the confirmation of sale. Certificate of title at the expense of the purchaser. Bids or offers must be In writing and will be received at the aforesaid office of the undersigned administrator. BEN H. BROWN, Administrator of the Estate ot said Deceased. Dated this 16th day of July. 1937. Grant Hoicomb, Attorney No. P. A. 834 NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY In the Superior Court of the State of California In and For the County of San Bernardino. NOTICE is hereby tfven that, In. pursuance of the Statute in such cases made and provided, and for the pur--pose of paying the debts and expenses of the administration, and it being for the best interests of the estate and . those interested therein, the under--signed administrator of the Estate of Alma Lutsche, deceased, will sell at . private sale to the highest bidder, upon the terms and conditions hereinaft--er mentioned, and subject to confirmation by said Court, on or after 10:00 o'clock A. M. of the 27th day of July." 1937. all of the right, title, interest and , estate of Alma Lutsche, deceased, at the time of her death, in and to the! real property hereinafter described, ' and all the right, title and interest that the said estate has by operation of law or otherwise acquired other than, or in addition to that of said deceased, at the time of her death, of, in and to those certain pieces or parcels of land situate, lying and being in, the County of San Bernardino, State of . California, described as follows: Real property at 692 Olive Street, Fontana, County of San Bernardino, State of California, described as follows, to-wit: Lot 10. Block 8, of Fontana ; Acres No. 5, as per plat in Book 24 of Maps, Page 10, records of said County. (129.96x300 feet.) Together with all household furnishings and personal property located on the premises above de- v scribed. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE: Cash, lawful money of the United States of America. Ten per cent (10) ot the purchase price to be paid at the time of the sale, and balance upon confirmation of the sale v and delivery of a deed by the admin-., istrator. Title to be free of all liens and encumbrances except taxes for the year.. 1937-38 and subject to conditions, restrictions and rights of way of record. All bids or offers must be in writing and may be left at the office ot Grant -Hoicomb, Attorney for said Administrator at Suite 417 Andreson Building, San Bernardino, California, or may be delivered to the said administrator personally in the said County of San Bernardino, or may be filed In the office '. of the Clerk of said Superior Court at San Bernardino. California, at any time after the first publication of this notice and before the making of the sale. Dated this 10th day of July, 1937. R. E. WILLIAMS. Administrator of the Estate ot : Alma Lutsche, Deceased. GRANT HOLCOMB, Attorney for Administrator. No. 11646 In the Superior Court of the State of California In and for the County of, San Bernardino. In the Matter of the Estate of EARL D. HODGE, also known as EARL HODGE, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that MAGDA LAWSON the Executrix of the estate of EARL D. HODGE, also known as EARL HODGE deceased, has filed with the Clerk of the above entitled Court her petition for Authority to Enter into a Lease which petition is referred to for further particulars: and that Monday, the 2nd day of August, 1937. at ten o'clock A.M.. at the court room of said Court, Department Two " thereof, at the Court House in the City of San Bernardino, in the above designated county and state, has been set by the Cle-k of said Court for hearing said petition, at which time and place all persons interested may appear and show cause, if any they have, why said petition should not be granted. HARRY L. ALLISON. Clerk. By M. L ALDRIDGE. Deputy Clerk, Dated: July 20. 1937. R. L. Johnston, Attorney NOTICE OF HEARING OF PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND FOR ISSUANCE OF LETTEHS TESTAMENTARY No. 12360 111 the Superior Court of the State of California In and For the County cf San Bernard'no. In the Matter of the Estate of ROT J. BELL, Deceawd. Notice is hereby given ht the petition of ANSA BELL for th Probate of Will of ROY J. BELL, lce.ixcd. snd for the Issuance of Lfuers Testamentary thereon to ANNA PKL will be bsard at ten o'clock A.M. on the 2nd nay tit August. 1937 at the Court Room of Department Two of the Superior Court of the State of California In and for the County of San Bernardino. HARRY L. ALLISON, Clerk. By M. L. ALKIDGE. Deputy Clerk. R. L. JOHNSTON Attorney fr Petitioner. Dated: July 30. 1937.

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