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PAGE SIX THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Pampa, Texas WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 30, 1935. Use These Columns For Satisfactory Results Classified Advertising Rates Information All want ads arc strictly cnnh and iti accepted over tho phono with the positive undorstandinR thnt the ncc-mint (• to be paid when our collector culls. PHONE TOUR WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Oar eourteooa ftd-tnker will receiTt four Want Ad, helping you word it. AH »ds for '^Situation Wanted" nnd "Lost and Found" are cnsh with order and will not be aecepted over tha telephone. Out-of-town advertiainR. cash with order. The Pampa Dally NEWS reserves th« right to classify all Wants Ada under appropriate headings nnd to revise or withhold from publication any copy deemed objectionable. Notice of any error munt be given In time for correction befor* second Insertion. In case of any error or an omipBion In advertisinK of any nature The Daily NEWS shall not be held Hnble for damages further than tl:n amount r«- e«ivtd for such advertising. LOCAL BATE CARD EFFECTIVE NOVEMIHSIl 23, 19S1 1 day, 2c a word : minimum 30c. 2 days, 4c a y/ord, minimum fiOc. lc per word for each succeeding IBSDI after tha first two issues. The Pampa Daily NEWS For Sale P'OR SALE—Dining room well located, doing good business. Bring me your listings on any kind of j property. C. S. Rise, over State theater. _ _ 3p-25_7 FOR ~SAl7lv-T2" counTeT~TtooK i Phone 1 547 or mil at 514 West. | Foster. 3c-257 FOR~S.\i"j&-i i7J5".\-a~i-ris" of"groti con- crrte at bargain. Located in Pampa. Inquire at Pampa Pawn Shop, 117 Scuth Cuylcr. Pnmpa, Texas. _ _ 3p-257 FOR SALE--A!, discount"$300.6(1 dr" posit on now Plymouth or Chrysler automobile, cash only, box 54fi, I LoFors. ^ ' 3p—257 DKALERS—'one" loTof ~mcn " and boys overshoes and Indies galoshes at Irlov cost, prices. See Mr. Rust, Montgomery Ward. 3c-250 FOR""SAL^-"GrneI-fiT~Eic'ctriR~ repossessed rrfrmeralor. Can be bcimht for less than one-half eost. Bert. Curry._ 3c;-255 FOR. sALK~OH"TRADF; ^ponfiac town sedan, terms, Pastor Central Baptist Church. Phono 348. Gc-258 Automotive USED CAR SPECIALS 19.12 Chevrolet Conch. 1929 l-'ord 4-Hoor Sedan. 10.12 Tontine fi Coupe. 19.10 Chevrolet Coupe. 111.10 Ford Coupe. 1929 1'nrd Tudor Hcdnn. 19.12 Chevrolet Coupe. 19.10 Internntionnl Truck. 19.1.1 Muster Chevrolet Coupe. 18.1.1 Ford V-t Tudor. Many Others—Terms TOM HOSE (Ford) USED CAR VALUES 1934 Chevrolet Coach 1933 Chevrolet Coach 1931 Olds Sport Coupe 1931 Ford Coach 1931 Ford Coupe 1931 Chevrolet G-wlieel Coucli 1931 Chevrolet Coupe 1930 Chevrolet Sedan 1930 Chevrolet Coach 1930 Chevrolet Coupe Forty Others to Select From CULBERSON-SHIALLING CHEVROLET CO., Inc. If Mrs. Cr. II. Covinston will cnll at, the office of the Pampa Dally News she will receive a free ticket to see Lnrrtta Youim nnd John Boles in "The White Parade" Friday or Saturday. Beauty Parlor* PERMANENTS Our No Burnt permanent^ are beautiful, but not expensive. No students. Sort water Pads not used second time. Finger wave dry 25 cents. Hair tinting. No liair or scalp burns. Eugene and Sliclton permanents $1.50 to S7.50. Phone 848 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yates 1st Door Wwt New Post Office, Entrance Tailor Shop BETTY JANE BEAUTY SHOP. Cal 476 for appointment. Equippec with new fast hair driers. Moderi prices. Gp-25' For Rent FOR SALE- Pontiac coupe, good condition SflO.OO A real bai-Riiin. 211 West Craven. _ 3p-255 FOR SALE Seed barley, clean, no wheat. Write box 173B, T'.impa. _ Gp-25'i FURNISHEiJ 4-ROOM modern | house. Newly papered and palnt- j «1. Garage, 2 lots. 811 S. Barnes. Gp-257 CHARTS FOUNDATION garment. For information call 875-W or see Mrs. R. K., 940 Reid. Pnm- pa. ___________ 9 E^_ SUGAR CURE Kmo"ke""salt foiFcuiv ing meat. 10 pound and 25 pound sacks cheap. Vandovcr's Feed Store Phono 79^. ______ . Gp-257 lei-ika, 7flc for gas and stomach distresses. Richards Drug Company Gc-257 CARSON LOFTUS Room 303, Combs-VPorley Bide. Phone 710 Situations Wanted WORK WANTED—Experienced as clerk, waitress and Rcneral house work. Will consider anything. Write box 400, car of NEWS. • 3t-257 FIRST CLASS painting and paper hanging. Ask for prices. Lancaster the deaf and dumb painter. Call at Burton's Service Station. Phone 2G2. 6p-257 Miscellaneous FOR EXPERT work call Ted Me- Kinney, painting contractor, .paperhanger, decorator. Phone 524-W. 80G East Craven. Gp-2GU DRIVE AROUND .to our shop and let us repair that bent fender. Moore & Smith Body Shop. Gc-251 RADIATORS CLEANED and repaired at bargain prices. Work guaranteed. Moore & Smith Body Shop. Phone 53. Cc-257 If Mrs. Mattie Baker will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to see Loretta Youn» and John Boles in "The White Parade" Friday or Saturday. IP YOUR SHOES need iixing? We can. City Shoo Shop. Gc-207 WATCH AND CLOCK repairing. All work guaranteed by the oldest established jewelry concern. Quality Jewelry. 114 West Foster. Gc-257 IF YOUR BRAKES Need relining, we apply RUSCO—tho brake lining which guarantees. Pampa Brake and Electric. Bp-257 IT ISN'T A HOME until it's planted. Buy your roses, trees and shrubs from Clayton Floral company. Gc-257 NEW SPRING samples on display. 3,000 samples. Prices lower this spring. Seeing is believing. Curlie Forsyth, The Postoffice Tailor, first door west of postofHce. Gc-257 Found FOUND—Jersey cow with white legs, brown head with one stub horn and one long. Inquire Jno. R. Harris, Talley addition, Roberta St. 2p-256 WE ARE AS near as your telephone Call 1240 for free delivery. Richards Drug Company. Gc-257 REMINGTON" TYPEWRITERS"!^ other machines. Expert repairing on all make typewriters, adding machines. Typewriter Exchange 114 Went Foster. 6c-257 FOR ^TLETOR^'TFO^l^itorsel lot, consider used car. Bargain prices on all merchandise. Davis Trading Post. 317 South Cuylcr. Gp-257 100',' PURE DISTILLED wafer.' ccptionally good for invalids and babies. Best for everyone. W. H. Thomas Grocery and Market. Gp-257 ALL KINDS NEW and used~guns^ musical instruments, tools, lug- fin ge, men's clothing, etc. We pay highest prices for old gold. Jimmie's Variety Store. 319 South Cuyler, across street from Harris Drug. Gp-257 WE BUY, SELL, exchange used radios. Silvertone Battery radio, all waves, new batteries. $27.50 Ford auto radio, $20.00 installed. Service on all makes. Radio Electric Service in__Uic Big Radio. _ Gc-257 HAVE SOME rc'possessc-l aufoino^ biles at sacrificed prices. M. P. Downs Agency. Phone 33(.. _______ ______ Gc-zyj BAP,Y~ CHICKS now ready for delivery. Order now. Cole's Hatchery. 828 Foster. Phone 1161. _ _ __ Gc-257 M.USHROOM "HIGH "Test bulbs". Guaranteed 1,000 burning hours. Save ,'!G per cent in lighting cost. See Cm-lie For.sylh. First door west Post office. Bc-257 seeds and all kinds of poultry supplies. Zcb's Feed Store. 24G-tfc FOR SALE—24 Per cent dairy ration at the most reasonable price in town. Zeb's Feed Store. 246-ttc Personal ELLA, notice how .strong Edgar's teeth are getting. We've ber>n giving him Wriiiley's gum AFTER EVERY MEAL. Why don't you try it with Jim? Lucille. lp-255 CALL BOS for correct time, courtesy of Kirk Brothers Electrical Service, 205 KiiiR.smill. 3c-25G Board and Room ROOM AND BOARD—Vacancy for 4 men, private home. Also bedroom in adjoining cottage. Private bath. Phone 503-J. 515 North Frost. Gc-257 Help Wanted MALE HELP WANTED— Steady employment. Weekly cash pay. Liberal contract. Unique plans. Real opportunity—capable men. Mid-Continent Life Insurance Company. Eaklc Bldg, Amarillo. 7n-255 For Trade FOR TRADE—0-rOom block house, clear, for Pampa house or duplex. Mrs. Eltae Wlnslow, Canadian, Texas, Box 75. 3p-255 FOR RENT-One room house furnished. No objection to small child. 1023 South Clark. lp-25 FOR RENT—Bedroom for rentTd"- joining bath. Men only. 81G W Kin.ssmill. 3c-257 DESIRABLE BEDROOM,"nice furniture, adjoining bath. Private home. C01 North Frost. Gp-257 Wanted To Buy WANTED TO BUY—Good 2-whec trailer which has 1934 Chevrolet wheels. Jnmes S. Neely, cottage 24 Orange Coin-Is. 3p-257 If Mrs. Fred Stineman will cal at the office of the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free tickcl to sec Loretta Young and John Boles in "The White "Parade" Friday or Saturday. WANTED Several horse or mule colts or young horses. Call or see me, care Frey Hotel. F. W. Barker Gp-258 WANTED—Particular ladies to send your particular dresses to oui particular cleaners. Voss Cleaners Phone G60. Gc-25 1 WANTED—Men, women and children's clothes to clean. Voss Cleaners. Phone GGO. 6c-257 WANTED—Alterations and repair? of all kinds for our expert tailors Voss Cleaners. Phone GGO. lc-257 NOTICE \Vc buy junk batteries, radiators, tires, tubes, brass pistons, and copper wire. Automobiles bought for salvage. C. C. MATIIENY 923 West Foster WANTED TO BUY—New and used furniture. 310 South Cuyler. 2GP-2G3 Lost LOST—Male brown Pekinese dog Black face. Phone 353 or 277. 3c-255 LOST One 3Gx8 Goodyear tire mounted on rim, on road between Pampa and plant 4 miles southeast of Pampa. Finder phone Western Carbon Co., 9043F2 for reward. 3c-255 LOST—Red Jersey cow. Turned-in horns. Wearing halter. Branded on right hip with open H. Reward. Pat Lyng, Route 4, Pampa. Gp-257 Wanted—Misc. WANTED TO RENT—Three-room furnished apartment or house. Cull at 111 North West. 3p-257 Legal Notice ORDINANCE NO. 171 An ordinance creating tho office nf electrical inspector and the electrical examining board and defining their respective duties, regulating the way and manner in which electrical wires and apparatus shall be installed in the City of Pampa, Texas, and providing for the general inspection of such work; providing for the issuance of license and permits; providing for fees to be charged for doing of such work; repealing ordinance Nos. 53 and 149 and all ardinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith; providing- a penalty for violation of this ordinance'. Bo it ordained by the City Commission of the City of Pampa, Texas: Section 1. Electrical Inspector That there is hereby created the office of Electrical Inspector of the City of Pampa, Texas, who shall be a practical and skillful electrician, and who shall be selected and appointed by the City Manager of the City of Pampa, with the approval of the City Commission of the City of Pampa, Texas, and who shall hold his office at the will and pleasure of the ; ity Commission. An appeal may >e taken from any ruling, interpretation, requirement or decision made by the Electrical Inspector by filling an application with the Board of Examiners and the decision of the Board of Examiners in said matter appealed from shall 30 final. Section II. Application for Permit That all companies, firms, co. partnerships, corporations or indi- ELECTRO-LUBRICATION And Upholstery Vacuum Cleaning Are Specialties in Our Complete Awlo Services WILCOX NO. 1 Across From The News Raoul Bergeron, Mgr. PHONE 1259 Legal Notice vidtials who desire to have electric wiring, fixtures, or apparatus, or electrical work of any' kind or description on or in any building or in any premises in the corporate limits of this city, shall before such installation is commenced make application to the Citiy Electrical Inspector for a permit to do such work. Section III. Definitions (a) The term "electrical wiring" herein used is intended to mean the installation of electrical wires, fixtures, appliances, apparatus, or IliR addition to any wires, fixtures or apparatus or appliance used or to he used on or in any building, or in any premises for the purpose of transmitting electrical current for electric light, heat, power, house annunciator system, electric bells, telephones, signal systems, private telephone or telegraph, radios, lighting fixtures or for any purpose, of any kind, nature or description. Section IV. Examining Board; License Fees; Inspection Fees; Permit Fees; Bond 1. BOARD OF EXAMINERS CREATED; AND THEIR DUTIES DEFINED. That a Board of Electrical Examiners be and the same is hereby created for the City of Pampa. Texas, to be known as the Examining Board," consist of four mem. "Electrical which shall bcrs, one member of which shall be the City Manager, one member of which shall be the City Electrician, and two members of which shall be selected by the City Com. mission. All members of said Board shall be residents of the City of Pampa, Texas, and shall bo appointed by the Citjy Manager with the consent and approval of the City Commission. It Is the duty of the Electrical Exam- ing Board to examine contractors as to their ability and qualifications to do electrical work in the City of Pampa, Texas, and if found to be competent to issue said applicant a certificate stating that applicant is to do electrical work in the City of Pampa, Texas. Provided that said Board may promulgate its own rulings governing its meetings and proceedings before it, and provided further that all meetings of said Electrical Examining Board shall be held in the City Hall of the City of Pampa and three members of said Board shall constitute a quorum, and all examinations held by said Electrical Examining Board shall be held in the City Hall and all papers and questions propounded and issued in the holding of said exam, ination shall be answered in the City Hall, and all of such papers and questions shall be graded in the City Hall, a majority of the Board being present. And provided further that all employees of the Electrical Examining Board who are not citiy members shall be allowed and paid Two Dollars and 50 cents ($2.50) for each e:t_ animation held; and each applicant for license under the terms of this ordinance shall pay to the Electrical Examining Board a fee of Five Dollars ($5.00) to defray .he expenses of said examination, and to .pay the members of Said Board their fee, as provided for lerein. 2. All persons, firms, individuals, co-partnerships or corporations desiring to engage in the msincss of installing wires, ap- jliancc, apparatus, fixtures, or elec- rical signs shall, .before doing any such work, take out a license and make a bond, acceptable to the of Pampa, and pass exami- Legal Notice be paid at the office of the Citj Secretary: (a) For from one to ten out lets, new or old work, $1.00. Fo: each additional outlet five (.05 cents. All switch loops other thai entrance switch loops are classec as outlets. (b) For electrical motors, $1.00 each. For electrical generators $2.00 each, including switchboard. (c) For electric signs, $1.00 each (d) Motion picture machines $1.00 each. (e) For temporary installation of show windows, or exhibitions conventions and the like, there shall be charged a fee of $1.00 for each inspection. (f) For inspection of electrica apparatus for which no fee is herein prescribed, or for rc-inspcctior of work being rejected after scconc inspection, a fee of $1.00 will be charged, such fee must bo paic before the person, firm, company or corporation doing such work will be granted other permits. (g) For repairs where no additional outlets are added, or for new extended service, a fee of seventy- five (.75) cents for each inspection will be charged. (h) Store buildings, or ments, each store, each apart- apart. mcnt where separate service is installed, a permit must be procur. ed for each store or apartment, as the case may be. (i) For electric fixtures, from one to ten, a fee of $1.00 will bo charged, and five (.05) cents foi each additional fixture installed. (j) Ceiling fans classed as fixtures and charged for as same Where an addition or extension is made to any electric installation or any change is made therein that was not covered by original permit, then a permit must be obtained for such change or extension. Section V. Duties of Inspector 1. Upon the completion and receipt of final inspection papers covering work upon which a permit has been issued, the City Electrical Inspector shall make final inspection and if found to comply with this Ordinance a certificate of inspection shall bs issued stating that the. work has been clone according to the provisions of this Ordinance and the rules governing the respective class to which it belongs. 2. Whenever an addition is made to old work which is not in a safe City Electrical In- issuc a statement lation the Electrical Examin- ng Board. The license shall be ssuecl by the City Secretary, and he fee therefor shall be $100.00 'or the first year, payable in ad- 'anco. Said license shall be renewed at $25.00 per annum, as it expires, and may be revoked at •uiy time by the order of the City Commission for the violation of any of the provisions of this Ordinance, and the offending persons or firms or corporations shall be prohibited from engaging in such work in the corporate limits of this 'ity for one year. 3. The application for a license issued, shall be jcfore same made to the Electrical Inspector, and he shall so notify the Exam. ning Board who shall certify that ;he applicant has been duly qualified by examination before license is ssued by the City Secretary, and n no cai'e shall a license be issued to a minor. 4. Any person, firm, or corporation holding a license or transferring same, or allow the use of same directly or indirectly by any other person or firm, for the purpose of obtaining a permit to do any ilectrical work herein specified, :hall be fined as herein provided, or their license revoked or both .ipon conviction. 5. License which are allowed to lapse, not to exceed thirty days shall upon renewal be dated back o expiration of old license. A lapse of more than thirty days requires a new application. licensed electrical confirms or corporations 6. All :ractors, shall file with the City Secretary heir correct addresses and telephone number, and any changes in address should be immediately filed with the City Secretary. 7. Where the holder of a license ihanges the firm name, or where idditional members are taken into lie firm, or where a firm is incorporated, a notice of such change must be forwarded at once to the l!ity Secretary, otherwise license vill be revoked because of its questionable ownership. 8. Surety Bonds acceptable to .he City of Pampa, Texas, shall be furnished , to the amount of 2,000.00 and shall be renewed each year, to insure faithful per- ormance of all the provisions of his Ordinance, and all of such )onds, as provided for herein shall ixpire .'ear. on September 1, of each 0. INSPECTION FEES: The fees o be charged for inspections of my electrical work in the cor. )orate limits of the City of Pampa, shall be as follows, and gliall condition, the 1 spector shall that the new work compiles with the rules. 3. The City Electrical Inspector is herein given authority to refuse to issue permit on an addition to old vork where the old work is in an unsafe condition, until such is chang_ id to come up to a satisfactory condition. And all light, heat and power companies shall be notified not to make service connection un. til they receive clearance or written permission from the City Secretary of the City of Pampa. 4. The Electrical Inspector is hereby granted authority to inspect and re-inspect all overhead, underground and interior wires and apparatus conducting current for light, heat and power, excepting on the property of companies and corporations operating under a regular franchise, and when said apparatus is found to be in a condition dangerous to life or property, he shall notify the owner thereof to replace them in a safe condition within 48 hours, or be subject to the penalties hereinafter provided, (excepting casbs where more than 48 hours are required to do such work). Whenever it shall become necessary the Electrical Inspector shall call upon the Department of Police and it shall be their duty to assist in the enforcement of provisions of this Ordinance. 5. It shall be the duty of the Electrical Inspector to inspect all public and isolated light plants (excepting property of companies and corporations operating under a regular franchise) now or hero- after in operation, at least once in each year, or more often if ap. plication is made by the owners thereof. He shall see that any dangerous or defective machinery, wires or apparatus are removed or repaired immediately at the ev- pense of owner or agent of said property. 6. It shall be the duty of Ihc Electrical Inspector to cause all dead wires, unused poles or elec. trie apparatus on the outside of buildings or in streets or alleys to be removed at the expense of the owners thereof by giving the said owners written notice. 7. The City Electrical Inspector may be called upon as many times as required to inspect new building in course of construction in order not to delay construction, and must inspect such work within 48 hours from time notios is received, Sunday and holidays excepted. B. The City Electrical Inspector shall have the authority to demand building contractors to open such work that in any manner conceals electrical wiring that has been closed without his knowledge or permission, and in no case shall the City Electrical Inspector issue clearance until he is satisfied that the work is in accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance. Inspectors shall also have the right to refuse to issue a clearance on any concealed in such he cannot fully wiring that is a manner that satisfy himself that it has been done in accordance with this ordinance. Section VI. Duties of Wiring Contractors: 1. All persons desiring to engage in the business of installing electrical wires or apparatus must take out license, make surety bond, and take out permits covering such work before commencing: work of aiiy kind. 2. No person not employed by a licensed contractor or electrician shal} not be permitted to engage In th,e business of installing wires'! for profit w otherwise and if found, guilty shall be fined ac- Legal Notice cording to perfe-ltics of this Ordinance. 3. Wiring contractors shall turn into the City Electrical Inspector all additions to old work or ncv work for inspection, immediately upon completion of work. If nec_ cssary. an inspection must be turned in upon work that is under construction before completion ir order not to delay construction, and when finished, must have a. fina inspection. In order for a fina clearance to be Issued all work must be completed, i. e. fixtures all hung, and switches and plates all on. Contractors, upon request shall submit plans to the City Electrical Inspector before pcrmi will be Issued. 4. Wiring contractors must make all connections, leaving leads for fixtures, connect up nil switches and receptacles installed by him also solder and tape all joints ant correct any defect that he may be notified of by the City Elcc. trical Inspector within the limit specified. Permits for the installation of fixtures must be taken out by party hanging them, anc separate inspection fees paid. Section VII. Temporary Clearance Or Hook ITps: 1. When for good and sufficient cause it becomes necessary to have electricity on any installation before final clearance is issued, the City Electrical Inspector may, if all parts to which current is applied arc in a safe and satisfactory condition, issue a temporary clearance, provided further that a temporary service is installed satisfactory to the City Electrical Inspector and Electric Company must nol make connection to permanent service until after permanent clearance is issued. Temporary clearance will automatically lapse al the expiration of 30 days, ami must be renewed, if necessary. 2. It shall be unlawful for any owner, contractor or workman in any manner to interfere with any electric wiring being installed in cr on any building. If in course of construction of building the wiring is in such position as to interfere with its erection or completion a called for b.v plans, notice shall immediately be given the person in. stalling the wiring, and the needed change shall be made by • such person. On inspecting the electrical wiring of any building, the Electrical Inspector shall leave a tag or notice attached, to service. This notice shall state clearly whether the wiring is approved or is to be kept open for correction, and if wiring is to be kept open for correction or further inspection no person shall lathe, ceil or in any manner conceal any wiring until they are informed ,hat such wiring has been approved by the City Electrical Inspec- ,or. The general contractor or owner shall be held responsible for any violation of this Section. 3. It shall be unlawful for any Public Service Company serving ,he City of Pampa. to hook up to any building, tent, outdoor wiring of any nature, kind or description, vithout first obtaining a clear- nice from the City Electrical Inspector. Whenever service is dis. continued to any building in fire, imits for any cause watever (excepting non-payment of bill) clear- nee will be necessary before re- 'onnecting. This shall mean any inic a biulding is vacated the iity Electrical Inspector must sat- sfy himself that there has not jecn any additions or alterations nade to wiring of such buildings hat might create a fire hazard. There will bo no charge made for clearance covering such buildings ind clearance will Ire issued as ften as necessary. Section VIII. Un'awful to Use Defective Material It shall be unlawful for any person to use or install any electrical apparatus, material, appliances, or fixtures for interior wiring of any kind in the corporate limits of ;he City of Pampa, Texas, unless such apparatus, materials, or fix- .ure's meet the requirements of the National Board of Fire Underwriters and must bear their label, and of this Ordinance. The rules of .he National Board of Fire Under- vriters, known as National Electric !ode, ai-e hereby made a part of this Ordinance, -and will be! considered as authority upon all questions pertaining to installa- ions of electrical wiring not covered in this Ordinance. Section IX. Installation 1. All underground wires of a >ranch circuit, must be protected :>y fuses or circuit breakers. The neutral conductor must be identi. led and properly connected to all jranch circuits and to be the screw shell of all ^sockets and leed not be fused. 2. Wiring for light, heat or power in all buildings hereinafter erected, and all additions to exist- .ng buildings in the five limits of ;he City of Pampa, Texas, shall be installed in a rigid iron conduit, or metal moulding system. All niildiiigs hereinafter erected for mercantile purposes, all churches, schools, rooming houses, garages 'or three or more cars, hotels, hos- Mtals, factories, grain elevators, 'illing stations, refineries, apartment houses for more than two apartments, all basements, all buildings other than private residences of two or more stories, and all buildings to be used for public entertainment within the city Hints of the City of Pampa, Texas, shall have all wiring for light, leat and power installed in a complete conduit or metal mould- ng system. All changes or addi- ion to wiring used for light, heat and power within the fire limits hall be in conduit or metal mould- ng. 3. All power wiring shall include ill necessary wiring for electric notors, rectifiers, generators, elec. ric heating and all electrical ap. paratus other than lighting and ignalling equipment, and shall be n rigid iron conduit. All switch- s-controlling motors or light other than those mounted on switch boards shall be what is known as safety .type externally operated, in> dicating the on and off position. Legal' Notice 4. Metal moulding can only be used on exposed work. 5. All current consuming open| ings installed on main ceiling of ' store buildings for general illuminations shall be made of 300 waUs capacity, and in no case will more than four such openings be permitted on one circuit of No. 14 wlP3. For ceiling fan outlets -four only will be permitted on one circuit of No. 14 wire', and circuits and outlets must be tagged so as to identify them. In all other installations eight current consuming outlets with a maximum of twrlvo hundred watts consumption shall be considered a circuit. G. All conduits must bo secured to boxes, junction boxes or cabinets by placing approved lock nuts on outside of box and brushings inside of boxes. The point of entrance of service wires in all cases shall be designated by the Power Company, unless proper lines carrying the proper cm-rent dcj sired do exist al a roint easily accessible and at shortest distance to supply, necessitating only one point of contact to customer's building. 7. All service leads must bo en., closed in continuous rigid iron conduit as covered toy Code. The wire used shall not be smaller than a No. 8 B. & S. Gauge copper rubber covered wire, as covered by Code. All service conduit must be provided with approved fittings, with drop loop and wire extending at least 24 inches beyond its end, at a location as outlined above, and at least 10 foot, and not moro than 20 feet, from the ground. Where buildings arc constructed of brick, stucco, plaster, stone or tile, '',<•" eye bolts must be provided to securely support all service wires. 8. The service conduit must terminate in a main line safety cabinet of approved design. It must include in one unit an externally operated switch, service fuses and meter testing connections, except where main lines, switch or circuit breakers are installed on a switch board or panel-board, supported by switch board fittings and not mounted on or in walls or ca.binets. The main line safety switch must •be designed with only one set of fuses and accessible to customer only when switch is in "off" position. And cannot bs restored to closed position until fuse compart, ment is entirely closed. It must enclose the terminal chamber of the meter and all conductors be., twccn the switch and the metew- and must be sealed (by the Power Company). Load side fuses accessible to the customer are required 011 all circuits, including single circuit installation. AH meter entrance cabinets are sealed by the Power Company. The breaking of these seals by unauthorized persons, or tampering with the meters or cut-outs protecting the same, or any wires or switches in ionnection with the meter wiring, is prohibited, and such persons will be prosecuted. 9. All installations of 4 circuits or more must have standard panel Boards enclosed in standard approved steel cabinets. 10. Exit lights will be required .n all apartments, and hotel buildings moro than two stories high, and must be connected direct to :iouse meter. All lights indicating Tire, escape exits shall be red lights with the words "exit" clearly lettered. 11. All conduits installed in underground work, ice'iboxes and refrigerating plants must be in rigid :alvanizcd iron pipe and lead cov. ered wire. 12. AH ceiling and bracket outlet boxes must be equipped with standard fixtures studs. Fixture studs must also be' securely fastened with stove bolts and not less than four bolts to the stud will be accepted, or an approved boltless stud. Section X. Interior Conduits and Wiring 1. Conduit must be installed as a complete system before wires aro installed. Conduit must be equipped at every outlet with approved fittings or outlet box. In completed installations the box must bo covered by an approved cover. 2. For concealed work in walls and ceilings composed of plaster on wooden joints or stud constructions, outlet boxes and cutout cabinets must be installed so that the front edge will be even with finished surface. 3. In wood walls and ceilings, outlet boxes and cabinet boxes must be installed so that front edges will either be flush with the finished surface or project there- from. Junction boxes must be placed in accessible positions. 4. In extra hazardous locations whera exposed to inflammable gasses all wiring must be done with vapor proof fittings. Section XI. Fixtures 1. All joints in fixtures must be soldered, or an approved solderless connection. 2. Ceiling fans may be connected with approved solderless connections. Section XII. Temporary and Outdoor Wiring 1; Wiring for temporary service such as open air and tent exhibitions must be done in such a way that the Inspection Department can satisfy itself that wiring is safe from fire hazards and for public safety. 2. In tent organizations carrying :helr own lelectricians, inspections shall be made upon application. 3. Wiring for lawn parties must s done in a safe manner, satis. factory to the City Electrical Inspector. 4. Architects and builders are •equired, when drawing plans and specifications, to make provisions for channeling and pocketing of buildings for electrical conductors as may be required by tho City Electrical Inspector, and to state 1 definitely in such specificatite, and mark on such plans, the ioOa- ,ion of all switches (except wain ine switch ami cut-out), and state •he maximum number of lahips at each outlet, Legal Notice Section Xlir. Fuses. It shall bo unlawful for any person or persons to replace any fuse or fuses with a greater capacity than permitted by the National Code or to replace any fuse or protective device with any type of substitute other than that approved by the National Code. Section XIV. 1'cnally. Any person, firm or corporation violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shal] be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and the person, firm or corporation or any employee, agent, manager or officer thereof, who is guilty of violation of the provisions, shall, upon conviction thereof, bo fined not less than $10.00, and not more than $200.00, for each offense, and every violation of and each and every day's failure or refusal to comply with the .said provisions will constitute a separate offense and in case of willful or continued violations by any person, firm or corporation as aforesaid or their employees, servants or officers, the city shall have tho power to revoke and repeal any license under which said person, firm or corporation may be acting and to revoke and repeal all permits, privileges and francises granted to said person, firm or corporation as aforesaid. Section XV. That Ordinance Numbers 53 and 14!) and all Ordinances or parts of Ordinance.'! in conflict herewith arc hereby repealed. Section XVI. Tho rules and requirements of the National Board of Fire Underwriters for the installation of electric wiring and apparatus known as the "National Electrical Code" are recognized as standard authority on tho subject of electric wiring and installation of electric apparatus, and the City Electrical Inspector, inspecting all electrical installations, is hereby instructed to refer thereto. Section XVII. This Ordinance shall take effect immediately after its final passage, approval, and publication, as required by law. PASSED AND APPROVED this 21st day of January, A. D. 1935. W. A. BRATTON, Mayor. ATTEST: W. M. CRAVEN, City Secretary. (Jail. 23-30.) Officlnl Pledge Adopted bj the Tool Centennial Commission: "I will think—tnlh—write . . TexnH Centennial In 19361 Tills In to be my celebration. In its achievement I may &ivc free play to my patriotic love for Texas' heroic pant; my confidence in HH dories that are to be." SAN BENITO, Jan. 30. (/P)—How county fairs may bo tied in with the Texas Centennial celebration will be discussed at the annual convention of the Texas Association of Fairs at Dallas Friday and Saturday, January 25 and 26, Pete H. Smith, vice president and chairman of the nrogram committee, has announced. ' i J. Ben Critz and Roy Rupard of Dallas will welcome the delegates, and W. H. Moore, manager of the Collin County fair, McKinncy, will respond. Leo Caviness of the Lamar District fair, Paris, will preside at the first session of the convention and E. A. Miller, agronomist with tho extension service, whill speak on tho "Making Agricultural Exhibits Educational." Other talks on the morning program include "The County Fair and the Home Demon- station Department," by Miss Lida! Cooper, district home demonstration agent; "Revising the Carnival and Concessions," by J. D. Motley, manager RunneUs County fair, Ballenger, and "Budgeting the County Fair," by Frank Thompson, manager of the Red River Valley fair, Sherman. Ed C. Burris, manager of the Angelina County fair, Lufkin, will discuss Miller's pEfper and B. N. Watts, president of the Cooko County fair, Gainesville, will discuss Motley's talk. Europe Irked by Senate's Action On World Court GENEVA, Jan. 30. (#>)—League of Nations circles learned with keen disappointment today of the United States senate's rejection of American adherence to the world court. The opinion had been held generally that ratification of the protocol was certain. The news brought from representatives of the powers expressions of belief tHat the senate's action constitutes a severe blow to the building up of international law and promotion of peace. Some spokesmen declared the result should be a lesson to Europe to discontinue offering special privileges to the United States as the price of American participation in International organisms. The United States, they said, should accept the same responsibility in world affairs as other nations or remain outside the organizations of international cooperation. The Oregon golf association has decided to set its 1935 championship dates back to mid-summer so college golfers will have a chance to compete. SEE M. P. DOWNS For 6% Money to Lo§n On Good Farms and Buslne«(f Bldg.—Phone 336 Property

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