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Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, September 9, 1944
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aiftltOIMICOfltOlttS Classified Advertising columns of The Bakersfleld Californlan close promptly <*t 10 o'clock each morning for all one- column ads. Two-column or larger ids must be placed the day b«for* publication. Phons 7-7631. 1-14-tf For rent—Trucks, i Ickups. trailer*. Park" Eighth and Union avenue. Phone i-21-tf ALL klnda of weight! and width* of canvas. Canvas goods made to order at Hornunn'i. 1606 Nineteenth atreet. 1-8-tf REFUNDS on each classified advertisements which have been canceled before the expiration date must be called for WITH CASH RECEIPTS within one month from date of cancellation. The Bakerefleld Calltornlan. 6-21-tf FIRST UNITY TEMPLE—All Unity services available. Complete stock publications. Subscriptions taken. Norm silence dally. 123 Southern hotel. Phone 8-8928. _ 68 MALE or female Hormones available at Brundage Pharmacy, 16 Chester. Phone H»S019. 19 CHESS PLAYERS—If you wish to meet other players phone 2-3186. ^ Lost—Found—Strayed LOST—On TaCt highway, one 10-Inch wheel off hand truck. Reward. Doyle _ drain Company. Phone 8-84M. 30 LOST—YELLOW GOLD ELGIN POCKET WATCH, W. E. M. ON BACK. GIFT TO SERVICEMAN. CALL MANAGER __AT_EL TEJON HOTEL. j)5 STRAYED—Two white mules from vicinity of dehydrator, Route 6, Box 1. Belle Terrace. Phone 4-4431). J. L. Turner. LOST—Between Newborry's and Chester or at Chester and Nineteenth bus stop, small red and. white purse containing a sum of money. Kinder please phone ^ 5-3708. Reward. 3G LOST—Eye glasses in green case from Doctor McKec. Reward. Phone 2-78:!:.', S.H3 Beech street. 37 Occupational Service* HAVE your car glazed in the modern way. A smooth, long-lasting finish done by an expert. The cost is reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Also steam cleaning and car washing. Make your appointment today. PHONE 6-6457 FIRESTONE STORES TWENTY-FOURTH AND CHESTER AVE. 9-2-tf TRUMAN'S TRANSFER—Long distance and local. 812 North Chester, Oildale. Phone 2-8914. 39 WE DO TREE- topping, removing: fence building, team work, plowing, general work: Just work: have truck. Phone ,6-5740. 38 Help Wanted—Mai* McMAHAN FURNITURE CO. Has Openings in the DELIVERY DEPARTMENT and SALES DEPARTMENT for Honorably Discharged SERVICEMEN Apply Eighteenth and H Street . 8-22-tf WANTED—Trimmer to operate glass and upholstery department In large repair shop. See Backmnn at Motor Center. Twenty-second and Chester. 8-16-tf EXPERIENCED hardware man to work In our Bakersfleld store. «I6 East Nineteenth street. Phone 9-9871. 1-12-tf HOUSEMAN, over Padre hotel. 40. See housekeeper. 8-lZ-tf WE BUILD ANYTHING MADE OF SHEET STEEL. FURNACE AND COOLER SERVICE. 3826 CHESTER AVE. PAINT CONTRACTOR—Interior and exterior: reliable wont, il. L. Herron. Phone 2-4330. 37 RELIABLE PAINTING Inside and Out SID D. HELLER Licensed and Bonjjd Contractor 2109 "Eye" Street Phone 2-249Z 7-19-tf LOST—Black Spaniel dog, answers name "Cnalle," has two tugs on collar. Phone _JM»79. 37 LOST—Large cameo pin. by servicoman'6 wife. Pin Is keepsake, belonging to mother. One side cracked. If 1'ouml. home address Is Mrs. Purvis. 2039 Slint- tuik. Berkeley. Calif. Reward. 40 Personals HEMORRHOID SUFFERERS — No hos- l>ltallzation nor loss of time. No aurcery nor Injections. New, eafe. painless method of eliminating hemorrhoids now available from Dr. I,. R. Pennlngtnn. D. C.. suite 1. Professional building. Phone (-6100. 2-6-tf BACRO-IMAC LESIONS, low back pains, arthritis, constipation and prostate disorders corrected. Dr. D. U. Parish, D. C.. 407 Haberfelde building. Phone _ 9-9;32. 3-9-tf HA VINO dissolved partnership In the Electric: Cafe, will not be responsible for any bills other than my own. Mary E. Goifller, Klectric Cafe, McFarland. __TiUlT 35 NOT RESPONSIBLE for any bills contracted by Roy E. Ray, Texaco Service Station, Highway 9!i at Pierce Road, urinr to August 30, 1944. Kirwin May. .1. V. Crabill. 35 B. T>. McBride Detective Agency, room 110. Hay building Bakersfield. Licensed and bonded. Confidential investigation. Phone 2-2800 or 2-6660. 9-7-tt WILL NOT be responsible for any bills marie other than myself after September K. 1944. Otis K. Tisdall. 1313 Tenth ave- ^_ti u n. Delano, Cat if. 37 I WILL NOT be. responsible tor any debts t ontracted by anyone other than my- Kdf after .September 8. 1944. Cliff Merck, 813 Sonora street 37 ANYONB wishing to see Henry Eggcr. • former manager of Eastern, please call at. 1823 Chester avenue. TREE SERVICE CO. Pruning. Shaping. Topping Also Trees Taken Out B. Parker Free Estimating; 1807 H Street Phone 2-3189 FOR GENERAL contract ami repair work, phope 3-0675. 63 FOR STENOGRAPHER SERVICE SEE US Courteous and prompt service. Will consider phone or rush orders. San Joaquin Agencies, Edward W. Moody, 1812 "Eye" street, phone 2-0653. 9-1-tf HOUSE! PAINTING. Inside and out, and commercla 1 spray painting. Estimates gladly given. M. S. Druey, licensed contractor. Phone 2-6300. 35 WANTED--Milker, either hand or machine. Route 3. Box 344. >i mile north of Pumpuln Center. Milhoua Dairy. 37 EXPERIENCED tractor drivers, year- round Job for men who qualify: lodging and board furnished. Apply 615 East Nineteenth street. Phone 9-9(71; after 7 p. m. call 2-.706. 7-3-tf BELLMAN—Must be over 21. Padre. Apply Hotel 7-1-tf V.'ANTED — CHANICS. TRUCK APPLY AND AUTO SOUTHERN MEGA- Paper Carriers Wanted for East and west Bakersfield. Californian office. 6-14-tf HELP WANTED—Metal workeri. metal worker helpere, wooJ workeri, auto bodies: wood workers, furniture. C. N. Johnston Body Worka. 100C Eighteenth. Phone 4-4708. 6-21-tf NEEDED AT ONCB—Furniture reflnlsher. Also upholsterer Topnotch wages for topnotch workmen. C. N. Johnston Shopp. 1000 Eighteenth street. 7-21-tf WANTED—Experienced auto mechanic. Good hours and pay, l.i an essential job. Hand tools and availability certificate necessary. See Mr. Reed. Kltchen-Boyd Mot r Company. 2220 Cheater avenue. 8-26-tf Help W«nt«d—r.maU DEPENDABLE white woman for general housework and care of Invalid. Board and room, good wages. 928 Monterey street. .15 EXEPERIEXCED WOMEN'S READY-TO- WEAU- ALTERATION HANDS. THOSE WHO HAVE HAD EXPERIENCE IN Fl.'R REMODELING AND REPAIRING PREFERRED. STEADY WORK. ROOD WORKING CONDITIONS APPLY MANAGED. EASTERN. 1529 NINETEENTH STRFET. Per Plant—Apartmants Wni'LD I,IKK to share my apartmen with on »r two girls, or man and wife • 'all 130('j Virginia strcrl. For Rant—Mlscallanaous s-no-tf SERVICE STATION SALESWOMEN Opportunity for valuable training and advancement up to and Including the position of STATION MANAGER. Ages 18 to 40 preferred. GOOD SALARY. Part- time work also available for housewives, women xludents, etc.. In your neighborhood stations. ror Interview call at STANDARD STATIONS INC.. CALIFORNIA ANIJ CHESTER. BAKERSFIELD. Workers In war production activities should not apply. 35 WANTED—White maids. Hotel Padre. See housekeeper. 8-16-tf LUNCHEONETTE WAITRESS wanted. Whether experienced or not. we can use you. IS to 50 years. Good hours, good pay. If now employed, do not apply. Must have availability certificate. Apply to manager. .1. .1. Newberry Com- __p,'iny. 1528 Nineteenth street. 35 BKATTY OPERATOR. If you are Inier- ested in a pood proposition, call 2-6SC1 or after 6. call 8-8469. Ask for Georgia. 35 LADIES—Fancy presser wanted, steady work and good pay. Apply at once at Max Simons, corner of Fourteenth and Chester. 35 WOMEN workers wanted. No experience necessary. Phone 6-6435, evenings 3-1883 35 HOTEL ROOM clerk and cashier. Hotel Padre. Apply 9-6-tf WANTED—Service salesman. Good salary and excellent future for man with fair education who can assume responsibility. Firestone Stores. 2331 Chester avenue, Bakersfleld. 8-23-tf TRUCK DRIVERS and delivery men. Apply McMahan'a Furniture, Eighteenth and H streeta. 8-26-tf WANTED—Harvest hands. Men to operate combine harvesters Exierlence necessary Bed and board furnished. Apply 615 East Eighteenth rtreet Phone 9-9671; _after 7 p m.. call 2-7705. 7-8-tf SEWING MACHINE REPAIRING, 1509 West Eighth. Guaranteed. Phone 9-9437. 49 BRAKES RELINED AND ADJUSTED WRIGHT'S BRAKE SHOP Hwy. !>9 at Circle Mohawk Corner Jack Wright. Prop. Phone 2-9101 58 WANTED—PRUNING AND TREE TOPPING. TAKING TREES OUT. WK GUARANTKI3 OUR WORK. FREE ESTIMATES. L. G. FLOYD. 331 WILLOW DRIVE. PHONE (i-GC74. 35 WASHING POLISHING STEAM CLEANING S1MONIZING MACK AND SON California Avenue. Phone 2-1220 Halp Wantad—Mala Financial for INCOME TAX PAYMENTS SCHOOL NEEDS NECESSITIES ETC. MILDL1.-AGED man for funeral and ambulance work, exierience not necessary Fllcklnger-Dlgior. Chapel, 1227 Chester. 8-11-tf EXPERIENCED TIRE MAN. GOOD SALARY, EXCELLENT POSTWAR OPPORTUNITY. FIRESTONE STORES. TWENTY-FOURTH AND CHESTER AVENUE. 8-30-tf WANTE'J—AT ONCE. AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC. PERMANENT WORK: TOP WAGES. APPLY BAKER-ADAMS PONTIAC GARAGE. 2701 CHESTER. «-22-tf MEN WANTED—Permanent employment, work inside bottling plant. Good pay. Apply in person, 120 Kentucky. 37 WANTED—An individual who i« Interested in working for a permanent company as janitor: adequate salary. Must be able to furnish references and birth cer- lificate. Call 4-4586. 9-7-lf WASH ROOM helper wanted, steady Job. top wages. Robot machines. Experience unnecessary. Availability certificate i e- qnired; no racial distinction. Mission Linen Supply, Twenty-first and R __slreels. 35 WANTED—Man too , Id to fiBlit but~still able 1o work. Phone 6-6435, evening 3-1883. 35 ASSISTANT display man at Harry Coffee's. Good opporlunity to learn display work for right individual, also a good peacetime position. Contact Mr. Gray. 35 WANTED—Experienced office girl In Inventory department. Must be perma- nenl. Apply 1436 P street. 9-6 -1 f WANTED—Stenographer, permanent position; give experience, age and phone number in reply. Write Box 994-T, The Californian. 3 5 WANTED LADY BOOKKEEPER. PERMANENT POSITION, GOOD SALARY. Experienced with bookkeeping 1 machine, some typing:, no dictation. Apply Central California Ice Co. P. O. Box 1228, Bakersfield. 35 WHEEL CHAIRS, hospital beds wit Innersprlng matiressfs: walken. rubbe sheeting: everything for sick room. Fold Ing chairs. Phone 7-7489 or 2-0067. 8-3-t FOR RENT—87-foot Carriwcll drlllin mast with substructure 10 accommodal model K drawworks. also pipe rackin platform with f inser-honi cl. guy linen turned. Arthur P. Anderson. 1!>9 Suppl Row. Tan. Calif. 4 Wantad to Rant—Housas No charge for renting or sendin preferred people to rent you homes, apartments or courts. Onl those meeting your requirement will call. Phone early, San .loaquii Agencies. Edward W. Moody, 181 "Eye" street. Phone 2-2316. If n answer, call 2-0653. 3-25-t CHAPLAIN desires rental of 2-bedroom fur nlshed house within 20 miles of Mlnle Field before- September 15 Call 7-7691 extension 22C 3 WANTED—Furnished house or 2-roo apartment, near school and transpor tation. by nurie anil two children. Wll be permanent. Phone 6-6441, Mrs Shaw. 3 PERMANENT. responsible ma lor ol company employe urgently need 2 o ."-bedroom unfurnished house. Phon 2-7824. 3 WANTED—Unfurnished 4 or 6-rooi house. Elderly couple, permanent resl dents. No pets, no children. Pleas call 2-8676. 3 RAILROAD man and wife want small fur nlshed house or apartment Permanen or would manage apartmen' house o court: references. Phone 3-0994. 3 WANTED at once. 1 or 2-bedroom fur nished or unfurnished houso or apart ment. Excellent references. Care o place guaranteed. Present residenc sold. Phone Mrs. Hancock nt Sierra Book Store. 2-6545, or evenings 2-5563 3 MACHINE presser o.i woolenj and ailk. Good pay, steady; prefer one with experience. Apply at onci. East Side Cleaners, 172R Niles. 35 TELEPHONE OPERATORS BEGINNERS Fascinating Work—Essential Peacetime Future PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY EXPERIENCED man wauled Ca lifornian. shoe saleslady or sales- Write Box G-3SI3, The 9-8-tf EXCELLENT opporlunity for butcher with business abilily, to handle new equipped shop in good district. Percentage basis. Cnll Mrs. Perry, 7-7848. 35 WANTED—Ranch camp house furnished. Man fcrred. Call in person, tcenth street. cook. Trailer and wife pre- 615 East Nine- 9-8-tf BORROW ON Automobiles Furniture Truck! Farm Equipt. Salary "PAID FOR OR NOT" Tou may still borrow for as long a* 12 months. 100 % Trade with LOCALLY OWNED understand local people who local conditions. W. J. (Bill) Bergman Maurice St. Clalr J6th and Chester Opp. Montgomery Ward Phone 6-6796 Appointments Made 9-1-tf -EMERGENCY CASH LOANS Borrow $100 Cash for Thirty Days Repay $102.50—Total Cost ONLY |2.60 It Tou Prefer, Take Up to Twelve Months to Pay Only You Have to Sign- No Co-signers AUTOMOBILE, FURNITURE TRUCK LOANS Private Sales of Automobiles and Furniture Financed SEABOARD FINANCE COMPANY 2300 Chester Telephone 9-9421 8-21-tf WANTED—Bus boys. Hotel El Tejon. Apply dining room. 40 GREEN FILERS and timber handlers. Saw mill. 60 miles east of Bakersfield. Phone 2-4947. 42 CARRIER helper wanted in Riverview. Phone Verne Wilson, 2-8623 or call 383 Belle avenue. 9-5-tf HELPERS WANTED for geophysical crew. Experience not required. Ase 18-50. Steady work in an essential industry with a good chance to advance. Availability certificate required. Apply 1 2C George Hay building. 9_-5 -it ROUSTABOUTS and rotary helpere. work near Bakersfield. 6 and 7-day work week schedules. Phone 9-9461. Tide Water Associated Oil Company. 36 WANTED—TWO MEN FOR RECAPPING DEPARTMENT. EXPERIENCED PREFERRED BUT NOT NECESSARY. GOOD SALARY TO START. FIRESTONE STORES. TWENTY-FOURTH AND CHESTER AVENUK. 8-23-tf WANTED—Night man for garage. Dunn'i Garage. Phone 2-3938, 141% Eighteenth. 35 NEEDED to help maintain transportation, auto and truck mechanics and body men. Full time work. Motor Center. Bulck. Chevrolet and Cadillac dealer. See Backman, Twenty-«econd and Chester. 8-16-tf MONEY TO LOAN Long term, all type farm loans, 4'3 per cent Interest, No commission to borrower. .1. E. WARREN REALTY CO. TULARB THEATER BUILDING TULARE. CALIF, PHONE, 38 9-4-tf Auto, Furniture, Salary Loans No Long Rlgamarole. No Embarrassment No Outsiders Involved J04 Sill Building, 1508 Eighteenth Street PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Under the Big Coca-Cola Sign Phone 6t659r> Waller Verhaatr, Manager •uslnass Opportunitias BALE—Cafe in Arvln. Ai-vln post office. Write Box 1103. 36 FOR SALE—Grocery store. Ideal location, doing good business. 655 Brundage Lane. Phono 2-9U94. 37 FOR RENT—Beauty parlor, priced. Phone 2-0312. Attractively DOWNTOWN service station that is a real money maker for a person with some mechanical abilily. Must have about $6.50 cash to handle. Open Sunday morning. Twenty-firs. and K streets. 37 Transportation—Buses FREE MEALS AND PILLOWS * Lowest Farea to All Points • ALL-AMERICAN BUS LINE INC. 2026 Chester Ellis L. Ball Phone 2-3433 1-7-tf SANTA FE AND BURLINGTON BUS DEPOT Sixteenth and F Phone 2-0472 36-tf WANTED—Man for general work on golf course. Apply in person nt Stockdale Country Club Golf Shop. 35 STEADY WORK on seismograph crew. Healthy outdoor work, no experience necessary. Also chance to travel. Room 20. Criles building, Nineteenth and "Eye." 35 SERVICEMEN—HONORABLY DISCHARGED, UNDER 25, FREE TO TRAVEL U. S. A. FOR NATIONALLY-KNOWN COMPANY. TRANSPORTATION IS FURNISHED; LIBERAL DRAWING ACCOUNT; AVERAGE EARNINGS $55 WEEKLY; FAST ADVANCEMENT FOR GOOD WORKER. MR. J. K. SMITH. HOTEL PADRE, 7 TO 9 P. M. NO PHONE CALLS. 35 NEED two milkers and two irrlgators; good wages, house, lights and water. Must be married and have own furniture. Apply 1803 H street. Phone 2-8!M(i. 36 1520 Twentieth Street B-29-tf WANTED — Unencumbered middle-aged lady to take full charge in motherless home of three children. Call 7-7730 after 5 p. in. 35 SOMEONE vicinity Oildale for housework by hour, one or two days a week. I will provide transportation. Phone .. 2-7157. 35 STENOGRAPHER AND TYPIST FOR GENERAL OFFICE WORK. STEADY POSITION; GOOD SALARY AND PLEASANT WORKING CONDITIONS. APPLY OFFICE MANAGER, EASTERN, 1529 NINETEENTH STREET. 9-7-tf IN DIRE NEED OF 2-BEDROOM HOUSE BY COI'PLK WITH TWO SCHOOL AGE CSIRLS. PERMANENT, REFER ENCES. PREFER OILDALE. PHON! _JN5633. 3 WANTED—One or two-bedroom furnishei house, three in family; one well-hehavei boy: permanent: "efejences: prefer close to Lowell School. Phone 3-2420. 31 UNFURNISHED '.' or . References. Call Mu 291. Minter Field. 3-hedroom house s Long, extension 36 MIDDLE-ACJET couple wants to rent goo unfurnished house in desirable location No children or pets. Best of references Phone 3-0190. 35 BUSINESSMAN and family want fur nished uonse or apartment. Permanent Best rcfeienccs. Phone 4-4255. 3f WANTED—Furnished or partly fur nished, nice house or apartment young dependable couple, perman ent, husband discharged from serv ice, no children or pets, Call 3-0902 Excellent care given. 35 WILL SHARE our 'lome with couple In exchange for care of two small chil dren. Phone 9-9417. 35 TO RENT or buy. umbrella tent, 10x12 or 12x12. Call 2-335:.'. 35 WANTED TO REXT—Two-bedroom un furnished house, by manager of olr established oil field supply store. Wil be permanent and guarantee good care Phone 2-8211. 38 WANTED—Woman for founntain work. Availability certificate required. Lucky'o. IS 18 K street. 36 SHOE SALESMAN and window trimmei wanted. Must be experienced. Apply in person. 1914 Chester avenue. 37 Halp Wantad—Famala GIRL FOR GENERAL OFFICE WORK NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY SEABOARD FINANCE CO. 2300 Chester Avenue WANTED—Janitor, middle-aged. white. experience preferred, hut not necessary. Appl" in person. William J. Smith. Tegeler hotel. . 35 MACHINE presser on woolens and silk. Good pay, steady; prefer one with experience. Apply at once. East Side Cleaners. 1728 Niles. 35 ROUTE MEN wanted for pleasant outdoor work, daylight delivery. Sales and route experience, valuable hut not absolutely necessary. Retail route work. See Pinzon at Peacock Dairies after 3 p. m. 37 A JOB WITH A LOCOMOTIVE TO HELP YOU Work for a company whose biggest job is stil! ahead. It's a job for an active man who likes to see things move: switching railroad cars, trains . . . shunting 'em on to sidings . . . freights from all over the country, loaded with war materials. No dull routine. Remember, Southern Pacific's biggest job is still ahead. Rail- pass privileges. Fine pension plan. Medical services. The kind of job you can be proud of. Look into this today. (Student Bi-akemen and Firemen needed also.) Apply Superintendent's Office S. P. Company, Bakersl'ield, or your nearest S. P. Agent GIRL OR WOMAN for general housework, two In family, good home, top wages: white tvoman preferred. Phone 9-9614 between i a. m. and 5 p. m., or 2-94.18 aJ'Jer 6 p. m 3 5 WANTED—Beauty operator, salary and commission. Economy Beauty Shop, IjiK) Eighleenlh street. 35 WAITRESS WANTED—Must be experienced. Freddie's Cafe, Twenty-fourth and 99 Highway. 8-29-tf PERMANENT EMPLOYES ONLY NEED APPLY. SEE AT TWENTY-FIFTH AND CHESTER • ' 36 PERMANENT businessman with famib urgently needs 2-bedroom furnished house. Oin furnish good local reference. Phone ii-ftOUl between 9 a. m. and 5:311 p. rn. MAN and wife want furnished, partly furnished or unfurnished house or apartment. Permanent. Write Box H-2 Th Callf'U nia n 36 PERMANENT oil company employe desires to rent, unfurnished house or apartment no children or pets. Phone 7-75GU o 2^S U, (i. 37 WANTED TO RENT—Unfurnished 2-bedroom house, duplex or apartment by middle-aged couple: industrial plant manager. Phone 9-9780 or 7-7531. 40 WANTED TO unfurnished: two adults, will repair after (I. RENT—Four-room house, prefer 2 or 3 miles out: no pets, best of care or for rent. Phone 13-F-4 36 WANTED—Maid for general house work. Small family, good wages. Phone 2-0501. 36 WANTED—Assistant office and counter girl. New City Cleaners. Phone 9-9414. 35 WANTED—Women workers. Experience unnecessary. Phone 6-P435. evenings __3-18S3. 35 STENOGRAPHER -vanled. ~Typing and shorthand required. Permanent position wilh good working conditions. Cousin's Tractor Company, 424 Twenty-fourth street, 35 Situations Wanted—Malo WB CLEAN kitchens. 85c hour: alao blinds, windows: floor by floor. Larko Cleaners. Phone 7-7462 before $, after 6 67 WANTED—Two or 3 bedroom house, furnished or tmCnrnished. Will pay 6 months rent in advance. Phone 2-51!89, 125 Brundage 40 DESPERATELY in need of large, unfurnished 4-bedroom house; prefer in Oildale district. Present bouse sold. Reference. Phone 3-22D7. 39 PROFESSIONAL MAN REQUIRES 2 OR 3-BKDROOM, Fl-RNlSHKn OR 1T.S- FI'RNISHED HOUSE OR APARTMENT. REFERENCES. PHONE 9-9386. Wanted to Rent—Apartments WANTED—Furnished aparlment for nurse wilh 20-monlhs-old baby, near the Fox t heater. Phone 4-4481. 37 WANTED to rent, unfurnished apartment or small bungalow, permanent, hy assistant home demonstration agent; sin- sle. Agricultural Extension Service. Phone 7-7671, extension 23, 8 a. m. to 5 p. in. 35 WANTED—Collector for west Bakersfield. Write Box M-101, Call- fornian. References. 8-29-tf WANTED—General office worker with typing and shorthand experience. Permanent position. Apply 1712 Chester avenue. Pacific Finance Loans. 36 WANTED—Neat appearing lady for marking and checking and minor repairing. Apply in person. Apply American Clean- ei-8, 300 Kentucky. 36 WANTED—Lady, girl or serviceman's wife to care for baby and achool age child, and do general housework. Room, board and good salary. Phone 9-9417. LAUNDRY WORKERS—Xo experience necessary. Citizen's Laundry, 931 Sixteenth street. 37 LADY for baggage and express clerk. Permanent position. Apply in person. Pacific Greyhound Lines. 37 Must be experienced. Goud working i-on- •lilionw, Kooil pay, permanent position. Local experienced preferred. Tibbotl's, Sill bullilln; . 37 WOMAN for housework. To slay nights if possible. Two adults in family. Wages above average. Phone 2-1205, WANTED—An elderly ion for elderly lady. Belle, Riverview. ludy for compan- liood wages. 520 AIEX wanted for setting up machinery. Call 330 East Nineteenth atreet. 37 LADY and small daughter want' ride to Oklahoma References exchanged. Will share expenses. Call 5-6296 35 BUSINESS man leaving for Kansas tomorrow. Can take couple of passengers. .Call p-5831. Extension 6. References exchanged. WOVLD Ilko to contact family driving to Oklahoma City about transportation for a 7-year-old boy. Call -Mrs. Tinnin, 9-9977. 37 Schools-—Instruction ^ HIGH SCHOOL completed at bom* for recognized diploma: tAC other courses. Free catalogue Call Lee Manful). 7-7523, International Correspondence Senna's. • 45 Contractors and Builders POLISHING, SIMONIZING—PRO- T.ECTS AND MAKES ALL, FINISHES LAST LONGER. COME IN TODAY AND MAKE AN APPOINTMENT. TWENTY-FIRST AND R, STREETS. 40 BfiST plumbing eervlce. The best costs less. Repair and remodeling; little jobs get first attention. County license. _Phon* 2-2112. , , gji BRICK WORK of all kinds. Barbecue pits a specially, phone 7-7325. 85 HOMEMADE COOKIES Dial J-2649 and place' your order to Include homemade cookies In your gift in the** boy* at horn* and overseas. 17 TOP WAGES, overtime, local job. rough carpenter See George Bailey, South H Direct. Rose Garden Tract. Experienced, sober bit welder wanted for steady job. BEST WAGES PAID Call 2-255C Sunday 37 RELIABLE woman for part-time housework, preferably someone residing vicinity West Twentieth street. Phone _jhinj>.___ 40 WOMAN for half-day permanent work. Light housekeeping and cooking. 324 tMfajidei- ; __Phone_2j-691_O i _ 36 WANTED—Receptionist with experience In typing and shorthand. Permanent .position with future. Phone 5-5660. 36 WANTED — Custom tractor work, disking, plowing. leveling. Prefer large jobs. Best of equipment. Phone 3-2287 after 7 p. m. __ 35 MAN wants work housecleaning, per day. Call 2-9692. John. J5.50 36 TREES We Trim We Remove We Top We Shape Phone 2-7881 WANTED—Wringer man. No experience necessary. Citizen's Laundry, 931 Sixteenth street, 37 Situations Wanted—Female STENOGRAPHER desires work. Three years' experience in law offices. Takes shorthand and has general knowledge of __of_£lce_ procedure. Call 3-1778. 38 EXPERIENCED stenographer wishes part- time work. Mornings preferred. Phone r;27J9. 3,; Wll-'E of overseas lion as rec work. Typing experience and Home knowledge bookkeeping. YOUIIK and pleas- jig pc.iionulity. Phone 6-6950 or write Box' B-321, The Californian. 36 W1T.L TRADE 3-room apartment, near Kern General Hospital, for 2-bedroom house or equivalent. Phone 2-4324. 35 WANTED—Small apartment, east or west side. Lady alone. Box H-439, The Californian. 3 ti YOUNG couple, permanent, no children, desire furnished apartment, preferably East Bakersficld. Phone 3-162!). 37 WANTED—Small furnished apartment by single gentleman, permanent resident; no pets. References. Phone 2-9763. 37 WANTED — Permanent small furnished apartment or house, within walking distance of downtown. References. Phone 2-0175. 35 Wanted to Rent, Miscellaneous WANTED TO RENT—Small building or largo garage where three-phase electric power .'s available; outside of Bakersfield city limits. Check wilh power company before answering. Phone 2-2772. 35 Wanted to Buy, Miscellaneous rseas aj-my pilot wishes posi. jceptionlHl or general office WILL WASH and stretch curtains with or without ruffles. Call 2-4397 or 405 Onk NURSE will cent casew care for invalid or convalcs- u her home. Phone 3-1265. EXPERIENCED ranch and crew cook. Have one child In high school. Phone 3-0013 or write 225 Truxtun avenue, Bakei-Rfiel.d. 37 WHITE housekeeper, aged Phore 2-8428 or 7-7744. MAID wanted, hour hotel. phone 2-9544. WHITE" 30 or over. 35 work. Hamilton 35 WANTED—Two helpers for «mall portable drill rig.- 613 Washington street, Oildule. Phone 2-7779. YOUNO MAN willing to learn wanted aa machinist's or mechanic's helper. 1305 Chester avenue. Phone 2-6359 or 2-0691 36 THREE experienced line drivers for butane transport trucks. Bee Harold at Fourth and Union. 3g SALESMAN wanted. Apply In person. Ivers Furniture Co.. 625 Nineteenth street. 9-9-tf. BUS EOT wanted. El Tejon dining room. See Mr. Rowland. 46 WANTED—BODY AND FENDER MAN. APPLY AT THK UNITED GARAGE 1301 EIGHTEENTH STREET. 40 WANTED—West Bakersfield High School boy to help In mail room, and emergency route work. Apply Californian office. 9-9-t( WOMAN for cook's helper and maid work, on ranch. Phone 2-4031. 36 TWO girls for sandwich board. 12 to 8 p. m., 4 i.. m. to midnight. Whitmore'» Drive Inn, Traffic Circle. :)6 HIGH SCHOOI girl for housework, week days, 3 to 7. Saturday, 9 to 4, Alia Vlma district. Phone 2-3491. 35 THREE fountain waitresses. Availability certificate required. Kimbal) & Stone Fountain. 36 WANTED—Reliable white woman to share home 1 and care for children evenings while mo.her works. Board and salary. Pho. e 3-0643. 35 BEAUTY OPERATOR wanted, full or part- tlme. Phone 6-6994. 35 WILL BOARD and room senior high school girl In exchange for care of children evenings. Phone 2-8920. 35 INEXPERIE1CKD housekeeper to stay or go home after dinner. Liberal wages. One small child. Call 2-7574. 36 SALESLADIES WANTED — Housewives wanted for part-time work. - Arrange your own hours, 12 to 3, 12 to 4, 12 to 5 or 11 to 3. No experience necessary. Apply today. J. J. Newberry Company, 152» Nineteenth street. 36 WANTED—Woman to wash dishes. Hour* 12 to t p. m. dally. Lucky's, till K Mreet. 87 WANTED—LaundregH, at my home. Monday mornings. Phone 2-0501. 36 For Rent—Rooms LARGE airy room. Twin beds, private bath and entrance. Suitable for one or two gentlemen. Phone 2-6644. 2.'I31 Seventeenth stieet. 36 CADET'S WIFE or busincBs woman. Pri- . vn lt_™°_ni;_closejr. _2717 K_slrecl. .15 ROOM for rent to cadet wife, teacher or business girl. (..'all 2-017S. ROOM wilh Venetian blinds, connected with bulb; shower and garage: close to Santa Fe and high achool. 1807 Orange slreeL Alii CONDITIONED housekeeping rooms for couple or singles. 903 H_strecl. ROOM FOR RENT—Large room, adjoining bath, ojuiet; private entrance; for employed person; garage it desired. 30» Woodrow, Oildale. Phone 8-8832. 36 FOR RENT—Housekeeping room, also sleeping room. Comfortable beds. walk- Ing distance; working people preferred, " 2514 Nineteenth street. WANTED—Cash for your used furniture, electric appliances, etc. We buy, trade or exchange. COX FURNmiKB Formerly Oildale Furniture 501 East Nineteenth Street Phone 2-4603 6-14-tf Wanted to Buy—Property LIST your property with us. Fair treatment, quick action. Twenty years' experience. Taylor ft Taylor. 1660 Chen. t _?_ r _?I!! n J!. 1 ^: Phone 6-6593. 64 CASH and quick action when you want to sell your home or ranch. No deal too large or small. Buyers waiting. Call Elmer Martin, 2-9294. 220 Haberfelde building. 1-10-tf gafcerriteft Californtan Soturdoy, September 9, 1944 Q For Sale—Improved Property SELLING HOME OR FARM? PHONE 2-0653. LISTINGS NOT NECESSARY. HAVE BUYERS WAITING. SAN JOAQUIN AGENCIES. EDWARD W. MOODY, 1812 "EYE" STREET. 5-15-tf Have opened by own office. Need listings badly. Buyers waiting. WILLARD E. BAKER 1414 Seventeenth Phone 2-0555 WANTED—Business income prop erty. Have cash buyer. RICHARDSON & SIDDALL 205 Hopkins Bld£. Phone 7-7031. We need more listings. List your home, farm, ranch or Income with P.OYDSTfN & LANCASTER 1817 H Stieet Phone S-8639 WE NEED property to sell, hnve buyers waiting, quick action guaranteed. Cnll Wicker, phone 2-023!t. Ifib'O Chester avenue. n, r > IP YOU WANT TO SELL SEE RICHARDSON & SIDDALL Claude Richardson Don Siddall 1!05 Hopkins Bldg. Phone 7-7031 Evenings 3-0422 or!lS 3 NEED listings tor cash buyern on large and small homes, acre homes, farms and Income property. Elwood's, 11*23 "Eye." 55 WANTED—Will pay cash for 2-bedroom house, preferably ast side Southern Pacific tracks. Must have possession within SO days. Contact party. 1340 Orange Drive. Would rather deal with owner. 35 WANTED I-' buy direct, modern home "i good district. Substantial cash payment " Dt'PLKX — Furnished or unfurnished, near good school. Must have at least two bedrooms on one side. Write Box CI-S31. _ Thi^ Calrfnrnjiin. _ ^ __ WANTED TCI HIJV--A modern 2 -'bed room prewar home: will buy equity or all East Ritkersf iold or lower La _ _preforrod» _ Ph"ni'_6-i;<;:, 4. __ :!li HAVE CASH buyer fur acres. Laniont district, without hiiuse. Ph mi e 4-48ril . 10 to 20 with or Kindig Realty Cn. ;!7 List your property with us for quick. courteous results. Homes— Income— -Ranches Chester X. Hen rd Phone 5-5U09 Bill Allen, Associate 0-S-lf WAXTED TO BUY—TURKU-BEDROOM HOME IX ALTA VISTA. LA CRESTA DISTRICT. PHONE 2-2513. 2209 AR- LlN(;TON_S r rHj:ET. WANT TO BUY equity in 2 or 3-bedroom home, not over 6 years old. Private parly. Will pay cash. Phone 2-7.134. 37 PR1MAVERA PARK —JRUSO. two bedrooms. !nrpe hvmff room, dining room, model kitch«n anil bath: stucco with tile roof; large Int wvih 2-rnr garage and well-landscaped; l-'HA $5400. down raj-men- $:;j.",0. NORTH WKL-'T—One of the fine older lionif i in pxrellpn'. condition; hardwood I'loors. ro-k wool insulation and perfect in ever.- detail Shown by appointment only. Price J9730. tcrmi to suit. TWO BEDROOMS— K.Vil). Close to school, stores a rj walking distance from business section. Terms, half cash and 125 per mo.ith. OILDALE—J.16."". Two-bedroom home on large lot, with 2-car garage Lawn, shade anl fiuit. ('lose to bus and school. Terms, J16:,o down. 123 per month. LA CREST-\--S9(.",0. Boniitiful I-bedroom home. 2-car Baraire High lot with excellent view. Home has extra gorrt floor plan with large rooms and model kitchen and bath Terms arranged. FFRXISHRD HOME—Close to Jefferson Park. Five rooms with good furniture. Large lot with garage. Price 15450. Terms arranged. EAST SIDF-—rio 1 nnd small furnished, ami rental cash. NK"L u-rnom home on rear, both partly CJood home with fruit tree income. Price $6150. ha For «•!•—Improv+d i»r«p«rty 411 Nineteenth Street For 8«l«—Improved Property Just off Pierce Rotul—I,nrfr<> liviiiK room wilh floor furnace, dining room, rlrn, two bpth ooms, lovely bathroom with tile vanity. AlmoHt HII arm. One of the nicer ;i-bodrooni homos on arre of Around. Double sarneo. fruit trees, chicken equipment. Two-bedroom, almost, now home, floor furnace, hardwood flooi s ihruughuui, double earate. rlome and thre-s furninhed rentals, rinse 10 biiH and schools. This will jmy suod intercut on investment. Three-bedroom. hath-mid-ha If home on la t'KO lot on much-t raveled boulevard, close in. Corner idea 1 for shop, ware* )U>UB.>, oil supply equipment, well drill- insr equipment. Between ft^rnard and Skyline, a bedroom and sleeping porch hoim*» at. the very sood price of $IM»50; possession in a week. loae (o Chester avenue in Oildale. n 2-bedroom older house, $3750; immediate possession. Another an a home in Rosedale; In.vinK house for 1000 hens, brooder bouse, younp fruit ireea; older S-bedroom home, vacant, R<I immediate possession, 9 EAST TWENTY-FIRST STREET—Parti furnished 5-room house. Including Frig Idalro and table-top stove. Total pric j:il'00, about $1500 to handle. Immediate possession. On lot 100x300—Lovely B-room home almost new. Dual floor furnace, cooltn ilucta. e»c. Owner wlfhes to trade fo 3-hedroom borne close In In city. LomKa V^rde—Five-room furnlahed horn only about 4 years old and In ezcellen condition. Modern throughout. Nlc yard. Immediate possession. Tola price 16500. about half caa" to handl Pioneer Drive— Five-room modern home o five acrea. This would make an Idea country home for tho couple who like horseback riding and hae stock. No to. fsr out. Wlngland Square—Fiva-room home, mod ern throughout, well landscaped lot. Th Place Is practically completely furnished Including refrigerator and washing ma chine. Total price 15760, rood dow payment. Lomlta Verde—Lovely 5-room home, onl 6 years old. Living room. 16x20. bat with still shower, ver • nice kitchen, lot of cupboards. Rear yard fenced and ha barbecue pit. Double Karate. Tota price 16260. aubstantlal down. In Oceai.o—Three acres, 12 cabins, store living quarters, gas pump* This furnished and a golni concern, snowln trood Income. Present owner all alon and can't handle. Will eel' all fo total price of JI0.6CO. 1318 '-Eye" Street !-2-t VALUES SI.V-HOOM house, close, in on G street; has three large bedrooms, sun room, laige living room with fireplace, beautiful dining room and kin-hen, large service porch and basement; lawn and shade trees. This is n real buy for someone. Full price $6000, substantial down. 'OUR-ROOM homo wilh large screen porch, close In in southeast district. On large lot, has nice shade nnd fruit trees, garden epace. chicken equipment, double garage. Well cared for lawn. Full price iS.lliOO. $1000 down, balance $;!;*> a month. DUPLKX and dandy 4-room home In highly desirable location. All are completely and well furnished. Duplex now rented for $90 a month. Owner gets rent free in 4-room house. On large corner lot, shade trees, large garage. On bus line, and near markets, Full price. $7500, S2950 down, balance $50 a month. Very attractive, large. 2-bedroom home Kuch bedroom baa largo wardrob i-liithes rlosct. large living room wit beautiful window arrangement, dinin room, lovely kitchen with extra lot n tile, carving table also haa tile top serving pinch and laundry trays: beau tiful hardwood floors throughout; coole ducts in every room. This home Is in ,\-l condition nnd in less than thre years old. Xow vacant: make your down payment of $2750 and move in. o 7 2812 Chester Phone 4-485 Tou can move right Into this lovely 2-bed room stucr.r house with tile roof. In La Cres -. Fireplace, tile In kitchen am ha i nice breakfast room enclosed rea garden, lovely lawn, trees and shrubs double gaiage with tile mof and larg concrete apron. .lust vacated. Pr $8450. about half down. Taylor * Ta.v lor, 1660 Chester avenue. Phone 6-65M $5 On Monterey, two bedrooms, with room over garnge, near Horace Mann School nice yard, all fenced, $11850. $1961 down East Kentucky—Neat 2-hedroom house, lots of chicken equipment, only $2950. $1500 down. WILLARD E. BAKER 1414 Seventeenth Street Phone 2-055B 9-4-tf 1665 Chester Phon* 9-988S . 8-14-tf OR tiALK—Two houses and one-half acre of ground: nice yard, fruit treeB; on Niles near Sterling; $4500. substantial down payment. Ixtra good corner with duplex: not new, but good; furnished: three blocks from Ruker aueet. Block to bua line and store. wo-bedroom home, large screened porch; half acre of ground; vacant, ready to move In; near Pioneer and Sterling Road. 4-441^ 56 Baker Street Phone 2-9224 BROWN'S FURNITURE Formerly Roy White Furniture 2C20 CHESTER AVENUE We buy used furniture, stoves, refrigerators. Pay cash or exchange. Call us for real prices. PHONE 7-7021 6-9-tt WANTED to buy. old and vacuum cleaners. Htro'-t. Phono 9-9437. sewing machine* 150U West Eighth 35 VERY rr.OSn IN—Well-furnished room, adjoining bath: garage. Two block* from courthouse, on bus line. 123 Chester avenue. ROOM! for rent to gentleman, six blocks west of Fox theafer, A-l condition. Phone 2-0998. For Rent—HOIIMS FOR RENT—Single or double desk space. first floor, downtown. See Cox, 1520 Eighteenth or phone 2-5321. 38 WANT TO BUY or rent 300 U 600-gallon niiiane tank. 613 Washington avenue, O nch. I.. I hone. 2-7773. 35 DIAMONDS watches and old jewelry of any description; h'ghent market prices paid .'i cash. Earl McEvoy. precision watchmaker. 318 Haberfelde building. Phone 5-5997. 11-30-tf WANT twin Call 2-7721 OUTBOARD motor, not over g'.i-horse- power; mum be priced reasonable. Plume 7-71ti7 or call 728 Twenly-founh street. baby buggy, good condition. 3 5 WANTED TO HL'Y—Baslnettd on stand wilh hood. Phono 2-7839. ' 3G WANTED TO BIJY—One 4, 5 or 6-Inch centrifugal water pump. Phone 2-8272 after 5 p. m. 35 WANTED—«xlO commercial camera. ;.'umner. 61!) 35 WANTED—Land level be in good condition. with tripod; Call 3-0748. must 35 DUCK feathers and duck down. 625'a Thirtieth street. Write 36 WANTED—Electric washer; would consider small baby wanner. Phone 3-1546. 36 WANTED—Electrin 8-8889. water heater. WANT hair dryer. Call 2-0096. Phone 37 36 WANT TO BUY— Child's smali good condition. Phone 3-7844 tricycle, 3 6 STORE bulldingr with basement, on ~~~~~ WANTED TO BUV— Large trlcycls. Phon* 5-5018. corner, suitable for almost any kind of business. Could also use part as living quarters. Nineteenth and O streets. Apply Ideal hotel. 37 'f, WANTED TO BUY—Stamp collections mnd accumulations. Phone 2-8388. WANTED TO Phon* 7-7266. BUY—Outboard motor. WANT a pair ladles' cowboy boots, size «Vk-AA. Call 3-0831. »7 .'I. 1 ; NORTH CHESTER AVENHE OWNER OF CAAIP COMFORT AUTO COURT ON T 99 HKiHWAY. $J4.000 hi bundle, balance (.-any. Earn- inns I'i times. 140 ACRES, $U(IU(I. TERMS. FOR SALR—On Alta Vista Drlv*. cor ner, 63x150, 3-bedronm house. Illvng- roc.m. dining room. den. breakfast nook, kitchen, two baths, smul' basement, screened porch, two floor furnaces newly painted: 2-car garage. Full prlci $9760 Immediate poxsesslon. For la formation call .1. J. Consanl. I-8614. or 2-9487. g.9.|f FOR SALE—70 acres 'and, all In cultivation, with pipe line, seven modern houses, near school and Btore. On Rosedale Highway. For the sum of $33.75(1. Phone 2-3020. 35 Beautiful 2-bedroom home. Bath and shower: nice ajxe living and dining room, kllchfii with plonty hunt-ins, lots »f closet nnd storage spare: garage and laundry room; lot 60-foot frontage; $425(1. $2250 down, balance $22 per month. 2812 Cheater LIQUOR license, bar and all equipment, li'ttHi) to be assigned to buyer, $4000 cash. ROOMINU house. 24 rooms, including real estate, furniture and supplies. Ideal for 2 people, $15.001), $10.000 down. H. P. ?'"!; | Iette : _riroker,_phone_2j2R74. 38 JH>rsE_fuj^Ra_le by p_wner. Ca_ll_8-8377. O.VK-BICDUOOM sti o house, hardwood floors, Venetian lilinds. living; room aod timing room combined, nice kitchen, attached gurafic. 00-foot lot; |>rice $;15(HI. about one-third flown. Taylor & Taylor, liiii'J chostcr jiveuuc, phone (1-1)51)3. Sun_<l"y. cull Mr. Can-pit. S-S1H. $4000 down, oil rights, Delann unltn- ami proved. Between Wa.sco. S-BEDROOM HOUSE, $li85fl. Cnsh or terms, modern fn Bakersfield. CAIj:> 7-7549 DAYS AND L'-8(iJ2 _EVEN1NOS. 41 FOR SALK—On D!) Highway, about 1 mile north (,( Greenfield. 2-bcdroiim houno like new. 1 Ij ncrca of ground. Price *B500. $2001) down. Cull Frank Simon at Kelly ft_Son._ l J honc_f>-r,0'J 1. l!7 FOIl SALK—Near Shutter, south of Sill's pluce. 40 ai-rus. liulf in Heedless grape*. Addrc«» J. c. II. ile Bruin, 2028 "Eye" _sj 1 ri^t,_j)ukvjsl > it>l(l. ' 3(1 NEWLY finished 5-room modern linim-, well lucutfd neiir high m-lionl. grammar srhuul uuil bus line. Ilunicrliule possession can bu given. House also lin-luil»s si rfH'H *utnilii-i' buufe in Imrk yuril. S*' t . Warilc U. U'itlson. 21:0 Chi'Mler. l'hun» 2-1SS4. 37 FOR SALE—Almost new plastered, ono and one-half bedroom home, HvhiK room, dinette. Imth und kitchen. Hnrilwood floors, lot GOX150. Ciisb fur my ••auity. small balance lo nay uff ut $20 per munib. Phone o-lOOL 1 . ;i; Lnvily large liviiiB room with fireplace, ilinlng room and most attractive kitchen, two lurg'} bedrooms with extra clothes closets and Htorage space. beautiful hardwood floors throughout; a perfectly grand loggia with outside fireplace. Everything In this home is built for comfort, convenience and pleasure. "It hua everything" and can be bought for $4200 down. Lot 100x150 feet. This is one beautiful homo in excellent location that isn't overpriced one dollar. To sec it is to buy it. Call On* of the show places In California Park. Extra la-ge living-room with nlc* fireplace, adjoining dining room which ha* entrance from three sides. Kitchen ha* large breakfast nook and lots of til* and cupboard space. Also has Electrolux refrigerant built In. flush with wall. Lar- servic,. porch. Two floor furnaces; two ni';« bedrooms Bath has tilt vsn- Ity and is quite roomy. Large basement. The ya-d. front and back, will hav* In be seen, as it Is really gorgeous. Shown by appointment only. Price $9500. East Niles—Two bedrooms and large den, living and dining room, til* In kitchen. Lots of fine chicken equipment and beautiful yard. Lot has 7«-foot frontage. This Is a good buy at $5600; half cash or refinance. 4-Unlt court, near Kern General. Completely furnished and all rented to steady tenants. Pricj $11.250. Skyline Pane—Two-bedroom and larg* den. Very good for $7250. California Park—Five-room and den. Don't niss thii for $8750. « Casa Loma Drive—Two-bedroom, larg* basement; for $6250. Close In 'jn K street—Five-room home for $4500. On Pioneer Drive—Nea rly new two-bedroom with acre of oranges, for J13SO. 2-Story, very modern on West Twentieth: only $9500. Minner street—Two-bedroom, nearly new, for $4230. Oak Street—Three bedroom*, bath and half bath Really good. $10.750. On Terrace Way. not far from Chester- Two furnished houses for $6.150. BOYDSTUN * LANCASTER 1817 H Street Phone 8-J639 After «. Call 9-9478 »-7-tf Us for TWO-BEDROOM home and small house on large lot. near bus and markets, onlv $.1750. flOOQ down, 135 monthly or will trade for amall house. LOVELY NEW «-ROOM HOME, livin* room, dinlnc room, two bedrooms, den. kitchen with plenty of tile, also nice hath including; tile vanity and stall shower, floor furnace, coollns; system, double garage, fenced-ln back yard, lawn and shado: 1(950. 1:500 down, {47.50 monthly. Will trade for amall houne. ON THESE PROPEKTIES phone 5-5924, evenings ?-1170. PREFERRED SOUTHWEST, nearly new J-bcdroom home, large living room with floor furnace, dining room, tile in kitchen :ind bath, Venetian blinds, double garage, nice yard, on bus line, near nrhools, ciulck possession; $6850, $1850 down, haiance $55 monthly. ALL NEWLY FURNISHED—Four-room house, garage, fenced-ln back yard with lawn, fruit and garden spot .near busi- nen* district and school, $4100; $1800 down, J41 monthly. ON THESE PROPERTIES phone 6-5924. evening.s 1-3288. LET'S TALK IT OVER GLENN Nichols 2515 K Street 9-8-tf Outstanding buy In a fine 2-bedroom home with largo living room and fireplace, lovely kitchen, extra fine back yard with barbecue kitchen; 18000, terms; situated In Skyline. $90 per month on stucco duplex situated close In on O street, well furnished, (or $7500, t«rma. Five danly. nearly new courts with cement foundation, all furnished and well located, renting for $112.60 per month. Takes about $3500 cash to handle, balance terms. Possession now on new 2-bedroom horn* on Harding atreet for $2000 down. Three-bedroom home. Sterling Road. ««x 300-foct lot. chicken equipped, $4350, terms; possession when eacrow opened. Corner lot, one 5-room home, nice pla«- ter and hardwood inside: on the aide street is a 3-roora plastered apartment over garage. $6000, terms. Live in one, rent the other. Juat west o Baker on Grace street, two bedrooms, lot. runs through to Bernard. $4500 with $1600 down, then $35 per month. J. T. <Sy) Wicker. 1660 Cheater Phono 2-0239, Evenings 3-3895 25 FURNISHED—Two-bedroom home, large screened porch, garage and nice large lot: some fruit. Close to bua and achool. Price $3950, down $1130, balance easy. A.I.TA VISTA DRIVE—Nttely furnished 6-room home on good corner lot. 100x140. close to Bernard. Several kinds of fruit tress, 250 fine chickens, with equipment and room to double the flock, wonderful location. Total price 17350. half down. HIGHLAND PARK—Fine duplex on large lot. Three nice sized rooms and bath each side. One side completely end nicely furnished. Just redecorated throughout. Double garage with laundry trays. This place Is Just about 5 years old and very nice. Price $(850. $2950 down, balance easy. Phone 2-7680. . 3S Southwest—Large S-bedroom home, close In on Brundage Lane, cloae to schools and transportation; fireplace and basement. An extra nice old home with large lot $2500 down. East Bakeiafield—Almost new S-bedroom home near Kern General Hospital, hardwood floors, tile drain and cooling system- $6000. Toft—High School lunch room with living niianera and two extra bedrooms for rental*. Han plenty of dishes and equipment good goln«r business: $5500.' 41 Acred of unimproved land near But- tonwlllow This land can be farmed, alao prospective oil land: $60 per acre. 1704 K STREET PHONK 3-1219 RESIDENCE J-562H . 35 F YOU are looking for a honw that Is up to the minute, see this; very clean Inside and out, completely furnished with good prewar furniture, all lateat modern conveniences. Nic« lot, sprinkling system, double garage, barbecue pit. Choice lo- catioi. 17600 cash. WKST BELLE—Home and Income; two I'-bedroom homes, one completely furnished, renting for $50 per month; both bouses are clean and in good condition. Nice lot. plent:- of fruit and shade. Full price $7fiOO, $2000 down, balance $55 per month After 5 p. m. call Bill Irvln. 2-5642. K. Street UICK POSSESSION—Two-bedroom home, nearly new. on La France Drive. Rose Garden, with garage attached, for 14200. Only $2000 down. $2i monthly. 'ive-room. comfortable. old home on Quinc:- street near Kern General Hospital, lawn and shade, for $3950 cash. rand new 2-bcdroom home In Rlverview (Oildale district), on lot 60x128. for $4750 cash. Can be financed. 321 Twentieth Street Phone 7-7974 55 AST BAKERSFIELD—Two bedrooms, extra large living room and dining room. floor furnace, hardwood floors throughout, beautiful yard, fenced and shaded. oiir-unit apartment and duplex adjacent, on lot 100xU'2. at West High. Completely furnished, with room for two more units. This is priced to sell. unset Park—Retiniahed. very large 2-bedroom hoiie, lots of floor space, tile and conveniences. Near schools and shops: $2500 down, balance $50 per month, including interest. real W. Harvey. 20J Brower building. Phone 2-J260. evenings 2-4143. 35 BEAUTIFUL Slockdale 3-hedrnum home, either, furnished or untunu«beil. This place ban beautiful HtirroundmgH, installed cooling unit, bulb and halt. Po»Hession may be hud in reasonable time. May be ween by appointment onlv. See Warde D. Watson, 2120 Chester, 'plume 2-4884. . 37 FOR SALE—Two-bedroom modern home. Large lot. Will Bell equity reasonable, For particulars, cull 2-8040. 37 FOR SALE—Quarter of block, just out of city, on ma.n highway; haH 7-room house, completely remodeled and painted. Una «hop building. Ideal for trucking concern. Wrilo Box 633-K, Tha Call- fo^rniam :J6 FOR SALE, by owner, 3',4-year-old 2-bedroom house. Hardwood floors, tlle'draln, dual floor furnace! garage. Immediate ponaewlon. $4260, $1750 rush, rent $35 per month. Near Mount Vet-nun School. SOS Richmond street. 37 THREE-BEDROOM house for .sale, by owner. Price $4850. 616 Lincoln atreet. Oildale. Phone 3-0675. In Ihi« Fuuihwi-Bt—Practically new 2-bed'•• i home that is really nice, large liv iiiK room with fireplace and floor fur- iiin e. Hparlous bedroomK. all with Hteel Venetian blinds, nice back yard, fenced. Hi i »iuiies Htibstantial down. Attention Saul.- !•> Railroaders—Good, sturdy :i-hi.,liooin home on Park Way: bus hardwood floors, Venetian blinds and u. sewing room; cloae to schools and bUBef,- immediate possession. Price $7000. Near tho .Kern General—Really a beautiful home, two large bedrooms with Venetian blinds, and inviting living room, and what a kitchen! It will be a pleasure to Hhow you this house; cooling ducts and a well-kept yard, and the house Is In perfect condition. And the price U right. An Eight-Unit Apartment—Very close in. well-constructed brick and stucco, nicely furnished. This la one of th» most complete unl'a In town, and has always been H money maker Out-of-town owner. Inquiries Invited. In Highland Manor—An almost new 2-bedroom home that is completely furnished, with good furniture, largo kitchen, 7-foot electric, table-top slove. Venetian blind*, nice yurd. double garage. Price $7500 CHKSTER N. BEARD 1807 H Street Phone 5-090!) or 2-4332 .- 9-8-tf FOR SALE by owner. 4-room home. Casa Loiua. Immediate uoaseasiou. Inquire 35 | at 925 bunting Drive. 37 EAST BAKERSFIELD >no acre, nice three-bedroom home, large basement, fruit trees, plenty chicken equipment, $3500, terms, lldale. a neat little home. Standard School district. $2850, terms. D. C. (Slim) Mynatt. Phone S-8986. 35 NICE 5-room home on East Side. Close in. About 5 years old. $550(1. AI.TA VISTA Tract on wide street. Large 5-room home. Venetian blinds, large cooler, nice yard. $7500. RICHARDSOX & SIDDALL, 205 Hopkins Building: Phone 7-7031. Evening 3-0422 35 HOME AND FARM BUXERS WANTED— IF WE HAVEN'T WHAT tOU WANT. WE'LL FIND IT. SAN JOAQUIN AGENCIES. EDWARD MOODT. 1(1] "EYE." PHONE 3-»«S3. t-l-lf BY OWNER—Southwest, (-room furnished house, basement, 7-foot Norge. table-top Wedgewood stove: lot 87x160; shad* ana fruit trees. Located 3315 Busna Vista street. Inquire 2309 Buena Vista street. BEFORE-THE-WAR price (or this tx- celliint close-in furnished duplex. Only $7000. Approximately half cash, balance MO a month, including Interest. Immediate posaecslon of on* aid*. Phone 2-UJM*2. ^ FOR SA I.E—Three-bedroom horn* with bath and half. Beautiful home, lots of • hiubhery and fruit trees. Ross) garden; double gsrage. On lot and half. Al«o have lot alongside. Wilt sslt for SAOO. 1115 South H •**•**. JPfeBM

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