The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 12, 1944 · Page 11
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Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, September 12, 1944
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I Announcements WANT ABS Classified Advertlnlnr columns of The Bakerttleld Callfornltn close promptly at 10 o'clock each morning for all one- column ads. Two-column or larger ads must be placed the day before publication. Phone 1-7631. )-14-tf For rent—Trucks. ] ickups. trailer*. Park- er'c. Eighth and Union avenue. Phone 2-984J. 1-21-tt ALL kind! of weight! and wldtbi of canvas. Canvas goods made to order at Hornang'e, t«08 Nineteenth street, l-g-tl REFUNDS on each classified advertisements which have been canceled before the expiration date must be called for WITH CASH RECEIPTS wltnln one month from date of cancellation. The Bakersflelc! Callfornlan. f-Il-tf FIRST UN'.TY TEMPLES—All Unity services available. Complete etock publications. Subscriptions taken. Noon silence dally. 123 Southern hotel. Phone 8-8928. 58 Lo«t~Fpund---»tray»d LOST—Eye glasses In green case from Doctor McKee. Reward. Phone 2-782-'. 53:i Beech HI reel 37 LOST—Large cameo pin. by serviceman'* wife. Pin Is keepsake, belonging to mother. One side cracked. If found, home address Is Mrs. Purvle. 2039 Shat- Inck, Berkeley, Calif. Reward. 40 LOST—Tan billfold bearlnd label "Rand Construction Company." If found, please return to Ellz FOHler. 709 Woodrow «venue. Reward. Or call 2-9811. J8 LOPT—Pair of eyelglasees, with sun glaHsea attached. Left on counter in store east of town. Reward. Phone 4-4785 afler 4 p. n. 37 THREE pillowcasts, lost In Bakersfield, all crocheted, pink, yellow and varlgatcd color. Finder please call 2-2073. 37 - LOST—In upper Coffee canyon. Saturday night, three trail hounds, one female black and tan;, one male black and white walker: one male black and tan and white walker. Last heard going toward Poso Flats, running a coyote. C„II 2-3238 after 6 P. in. 38 LOST—Black horsehlde billfold. with security ami postal saving cards. Finder kcop money, but return billfold. Phone __3-121g. -I? LOST—Camera. In Santa Fe depot phone booth. Reward on return. Phone 2-0254 _or 2-3184. 37 LOST—Woman's Identification card and C Knsoline. ration boolc In brown leather* ette case, vicinity of Bnkernfield business district or Greenfield. Winter Field employe, urgently needed. Liberal re- >vnrd. Phone 2-SS35. 149 Chester avenue. 37 ••LOST—YELLOW GOLD ELGIN POCKET WATCH, "W. E. M. ' ON BACK, U1KT TO SERVICEMAN. CALL MANAOKK __A T HOTEL EL TEJON. 38 LOST—Black Cocker Spaniel, in vicinity fit Chester and Eighth street. Owner I dent) fy an pay for ad. l'huue__!!_-22riL_ LOHT. Monday evening, billfold, containing navy IdctUtClcntion curd and awrox'.- rnvlely J20. Finder may keep money, but please mail billfold and identification card immediately to Hilda, Oilboe. S10 VlHybcrt Court. 88 Transportation—••!••• Personal* BEMORRHOID SUFFERERS — No h capitalization nor lot* ot time. No surgery nor Injection*. New. safe, painless method ot eliminating hemorrhoids .now available from Dr. L. R. Pennlngton, D. C., suite 1, Professional building. Phone «-8100. »-«-tf '•AGRO-ILIAC LESIONS, tow back palna, artbrltia. constipation and prostate disorder* coriected. Dr. D. U. Parish. D. C.. 407 Haberfelde building. Phone An'dn * fl *f B. D. McBride Detective Agency, room 110. * Hay bu'lding Bakerefield. Licensed and bonded. Confidential Investigation. Phone :-g800 or 2-6659. 9-7-tf .WILL NOT be responsible for any bills made nther than myself after September 8, 1944. Otis E. Tisdail. 1313 Tenth avenue. Delano, Calif. 37 I WILL NOT bo responsible tor any debts Contracted by anyone other than my•elf atter September 8. 1944. Cliff Merck. 813 Sonora street 37 AFTER THIS DAY and date I. C. ,T. Bonas. will not be responsible for debts other than my own. (Signed) C. ,1. Bonus. 601'/j Sunmcr etreet. 4_1 ANYONE wishins to see Henry Egger. former manager of Eastern, pleaae call at 1R^3 Chester avenue. HAVING bought all Interest in business known as Rainbow Cafe on September 19. will not he responsible* for any bills unless coitracted for by myself. E. C. Combs. Lamont. Calif. 39 Financial Many auVo loans made in 27% minutes. No insurance required. No cosigners. No extra loan fees. You get full amount of the loan. S 9.75 repays $100 In 12 months. 114,56 repays J150 in 12 months. 119.21 repays 1200 In 12 months. Loans from $25 to $1001). Just drive up, bring in white or pink slip. Get money then an.l there as soon as approved. You:' car does not have to be fully paid for to get an auto loan. Private Sales of Automobiles and Furniture Financed PIFK 11 lLfll\O' 340 Sill Building (Under the Big Coca-Cola Sign) 1508 Eighteenth Street W. Verhaag, Manager Phone S-6595 CASI LOAN! for INCOME TAX PAYMENTS SCHOOL NEEDS NECESSITIES ETC. BORROW ON Automobiles Furniture Salary Trucks Farm Eaulpt. l-REB MEALS AND PILLOW* Lowest Fares to All Points ALL-AMERICAN BUS UNB INC. JOJ« Cbestlr Bill! L. Ball Phone J-J43S 1-7-tf SANTA FE AND BURLINGTON BUS DEPOT Sixteenth and F Phone 2-0472 3-6-tf WOUI-D like to contact family drlvlnt to Oklahoma City about transportation for a 7-year-old boy. Call Mrs. Tlnnin. 9-5977. .17 I HA.VK a 35-foot semi-flat, mnktne? re B u- lar trip" to Los AngelcN, would like return loads. Phone 2-0363. ."D School*—Instruction HIGH SCHOOL completed at home for recognized diploma-. <00 other courses. Free catalogue Call Lee Manfull, 7-76T5. International Correspondence Scho .Is. 46 Occupational Services HAVE your car glazed in the modern way. A smooth, long-lasting finish done by an expert. The cost ia 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, Olldale. Phone 2-8914. 39 WE DO TREB topping, removing! fence building, team work, plowing, general work: just work: have truck. Pbone 5-5740. 88 AINT CONTRACTOR—Interior and exterior: reliable worn. M. L. Herron. Phone 2-4830. 37 POLISHING, SIMONIZING—PROTECTS AND MAKES ALL FINISHES LAST LONGER. COME IN TODAY AND MAKE AN APPOINTMENT. TWENTY-FIRST AND R STREETS. 40 "PAID FOR OR NOT" Tou may still borrow for as long as 12 months. Private KaleR of Automobiles. Trucks and Furniture Financed 100* LOCALLY OWNED ' Trade with local people who understand local conditions. W. J. (Bill) Bergman Maurice St. Clalr S6th and Chester Opp. Montgomery Ward . Phone 6-«"96 Appointments Madi EMERGENCY CASH LOANS Borrow $100 Cash for Thirty Days Repay $102.60—Total Cost ONLY $2.50 II Tou Prefer, Take Up to Twelve Months to Pay Only Yoti Have to Sign- No Co-signer* AUTOMOBILE, FURNITURE TRUCK LOANS Private Sales of Automobiles and Furniture Financed SEABOARD FINANOK COMPANY 2300 Chests-' Telephone 9-9421 8-21-tf MONET TO LOAN Long term, all type farm loans, 4V4 Per • cent Interest. No commission to bor r ° W *. r 'E. WARREN REALTY CO. TOLARB THEATER BUlLDlNd TULARE. CALIF. PHONE 18 *-4-t A-l FIRST TRUST deed, H800. Tradi for good Income property. Box K-lll • The Callfornlan •[ Buslnoss Opportunltlos FOR SALE—Grocery store. Ideal loca * tlon, doll* good business. 5S< BrundsI Lane. Phone 2-8994. S NEW soft drink stand, complete with awn ings; triangular shape, 60-foot counts space, Ideal for Fair concession or per manent location. Can be seen at 3«? M street. 4 LIQUOR license, bar and all equipment lease to be assigned lo buyer. 14000 cash ROOMING house, 24 . iomn. Including res estate, furniture and •upplles. Ideal fo two people, 116,000, 110.000 down. H. P I Burdette, broker, phone 2-2874. 9 TRKIO SERVICE CO. Pruning, Shaping. Topping \lso Trees Taken Out B. Parker Free Estimating; 1807 H Street Phone 2-3189 "OR GENERAL contract ant 1 repair work, phone 3-0676. 63 FOR STENOGRAPHER SERVICE SEE US lourteous and prompt service. Will consider phone or rush orders. San Joaquin Agencies, Edward W. Moody, 1812 "Eye" street, phone 2-0653. ' 9-1-tf BRAKK9 REL.INED AND ADJUSTED WRIGHT'S BRAKE SHOP HVy. S!) at Circle Mohawk Corner ack Wright. Prop. Phone 2-9101 68 WASHING POLISHING STEAM CLEANING SIMONIZING MACK AND SON California Avenue. Phone 2-1220 45 APKIl HANGING and painting. Work guaranteed. Thompson, phone 2-0780. 38 HOMEMADE COOKIES Dial 2-2549 and place your order to Include homemade cookies, in your gift io those boys_at home and overseas. 87 REFRIGERATORS overhauled. washing machines rebuilt. Cooler sprv'n-e. \Ve also move refrigerator*. 3:28 \VashinB- ton. Olldale. Phone 2-7878. 41 HOUSEPAINTING inside and out and commercial spray pointing. Estimates gladly given. M. S. Dritey. Licensed contractor. Phone 2-6300. 38 fRUCK HAULING—Anything, any time, anywhere. Furniture moving a specially. Phone 2-9225. Whitiu Morehcad, IIIB Decatur street, Oildnln. _ 62 Have your old fur coat made like new. Repairing, resiyling, reilye ing, cleaning and Blazing. Expert \vorknianahip. Free estimates gladly given at Xi'.'t Chester avenue. Phune "-55SU Help Wanted—Mai* 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 Brakemen and Firemen needed also.) Apply , Superintendent's Office S..P. Company, Bakersfield, or your nearest S. P. Agent 37 SALESMAN wanted. Apply in person. Ivers Furniture Co., 6-5 Nineteenth street. 9-9-tl BUS BOY wanted. El Tejon dining room. See Mr. Rowland. 46 WANTED—BODY ' ND FENDER MAN. APPLY AT THE UNITKD 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-tf WANTED—Wringer man. So experienci necessary. Citizen's Laundry, D31 Six teonth street. 3' WANTED — AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC APPLY IN PERSON AT THE UNITED OARGAGE, 1301 EIGHTEENTH STREET. 4 WANTED—Boy over 16, who can work Hteady, or wan over 60. to work ir washroom. Family Service Laundry 830 California avenue. Phone 6-643ft evenings 3-1883. 3 YOUNG MAN between 17 and 20 Call at Bakersfield T^aundry Asso elation, corner Nineteenth and I streets. WANTED—LUBRICATION MAN. AP PLY AT THE UNITED GARAGE, 130 EIGHTEENTH STREET. 4 WANTED—A man for postwar position Must have c.\pcriHii« p (> with fitfilrcM an calculHtlnK machine wllh some typliic. Re ply to Box H-712. CullfnrnlHii office, civ iiiK qu:i!incHtiun» and experience. |J WANTED—Men for warehouse work. Sc Air. Spcnce at Hopper Machine WorkB •J:il5 M Htreet. Bakei-Hfield. HELP WANTED—Ceven Up Bot tling Company of Bakensfield, 23 East Eighteenth. 3 MAN lo do some work on a lawn, Phon 2-75M. Help Wanted—Mai* Help Wanted—Male AT TAFT DRAFTSMAN—VETERAN OR FEMALE CHAINMAX—MALE HELPERS FOR INSTALLING AND REPAIRING PIPELINE—MALE ;ate Rewired APPLY TO: TELEPHONE TAFT, 464 TLEPHONE BAKERSFIELD, 7-7501 57 McMAHAN FURNITURE CO. Ha* Openings in the DELIVERY DEPARTMENT and SALES DEPARTMENT for Honorably Discharged SERVICEMEN Apply Eighteenth and H Street 8-22-tf 'VANTED—Trimmer to operate glaee and upholstery department In large repair shop. See Backtnan at Motor Center. Twenty-second and Cheater. 8-15-tf HOUSEMAN, over 40. See housekeeper, Padre hotel. g-12-tt VANTED—Milker, either band or machine. Route it. Box 344, % mile north of Pumpirln Center. Mllhoua Dairy. 37 EXPERIENCED tractor dilvera. year- round job for men who qualify: lodging and board furnished. Apply 616 East Nineteenth street. Phone »-8671: after 7 p. m. call 2-7705. 7-3-tf BELLMAN—Must be over >1. Apply Hotel Padre. 7-1-tl '.-ANTED — TRUCK AND AUTO MECHANICS. APPLI SOUTHERN GARAGE. TWENTY-FIRST AND I STREETS. 12-81-tf Paper Carriers Wanted for East and west Bakersfield. Callfornian office. 6-14-tf HELP WANTED—Metal workers, metal worker nelpere, wool workers, auto bodies: wood workere, furniture. C. N. Johnston Body Works. 1001 Eighteenth, Phone 4-4708. S-21-tf HERDED AT ONOB—ITurntture reflnlsner. Alan upholsterer Topnotch wagea for topnotch workmen. C. N. Johnston Shope. 1000 Eighteenth etreet, 7-21-tf WANTED—Experienced auto mechanic. Good hours and pay. i.i an eeeentlal job. Hand tools and availability certificate necessary. See Mr. Keed. Kitchen-Boyd Mot-r Company. 2210 Cheater avenue. 8-26-tf WANTED—Service salesman. Good salary and excellent future for man with fair education who can assume responsibility. Firestone Stores, 2321 Chester avenue. Bakeraflelcl. S-23-tf TRUCK DRIVERS and delivery men. Apply McMahan's Furniture. Eighteenth and H streeta. 8-26-lf WANTED-Harvest Hhnds. Men to operate combln. harvesters. Exierlence nee- essary. Bed and board furnished. Apply 61.1 East Eighteenth street Phone 9-9671; after 7 o. m.. call 2-7706. 7-8-tt SEWING MACHINE REPAIRING, 1509 West Eighth. Guaranteed. Phone 9-9437. 49 MEN WANTED—Permanent employment, work inside bottling plant. Good pay. Apply In person. J20 Kentucky. 37 WANTED—An Individual who Is interested in working for a permanent company as janitor: adequate salary. Must be able to furnish references and birth certificate. Call 4-4686. 9-7-tf EXPERIENCED shoe saleslady or salesman wanted Write Box G-393. The Cnlifornlan. 9-8-tf WANTED—Ranch camp cook. Trailer house furnished. Slan mid wife preferred. Call in person, 615 East Nineteenth street. 9-8-tf SHOE SALESMAN and window trimmer wanted. Must be experienced. Apply In person. 1914 Chester avenue. 37 WANTED—Veterans World War No. 2— If you are interested In a lifetime career in a selling activity with a nationally known oruanization providing hospitnli- zation, group insurance, retirement plan for employee and dependents, write atal- iMK HKe, education, business experience, en-.. Box .\1-11, The Bakernfleld Californian. 3ft MILDLY-AGED man for funeral and ambulance work, experience not necessary Fllcklnger-Dlglar. Chapel. 1227 Chester. i-ll-tt EXPERIENCED TIRE MAN. GOOD SALARY. EXCELLENT POSTWAR OPPORTUNITY. FIRESTONE STORES. TWENTY-FOURTH AND CHESTER AVENUE. 8-30-tt WANTED—AT ONCK, AUTOMOBILE ME- OHANIC, PERMANENT WORK: TOP WAGES. APPLT BAKER-ADAM8 PONT^AC OAHAOB. 270J CHH8TBR. «-22-tt WANTED—Bus boys. Applv dining room. Hotel El Teion. 40 GREEN PILERS and timber handler!. Saw mill. SO miles east ot Bakerstleld. Phone 2-4947. 42 CARRIER helper wanted In Riverview. Phone Vwne Wilson, 2-8623 or call 383 Belle avenue. 9-5-tf HELPERS WANTED fo-- geophysical crew, Experience not required. Age 18-50. Steady work In an essential industry with a good chance to advance. Availability certificate required. Apply 120 George. Hay building. »-5-tf WANTED—TWO MEN FOR RECAPPING DEPARTMENT EXPERIENCED PREFERRED BUT NOT NECES8ART. GOOD SALARY TO START. FIRESTONE STORES. TWENTY-FOURTH AND CHESTER AVBNUli;. »-ta-tf NEEDED to help maintain transportation, auto and truck mechanics and body men. Full tlrn. work. Motor Center. Bulclt, Chevrolet end rsdlllsn dealer. See Back roan, Twenty-second and. Chester, 8-15-tl ROUTE MEN wanted for pleasant outdoor work, daylight delivery. 8alex and route experience vnluable taut not absolutely necessary. Retail route work. See Pinzon at Peacock Dairies after 3 p. m. 31 MEN wanted for setting up machinery. Call 330 East Nineteenth street. OIL FIELD truck uriver wanted. Rocky Mountain Drilling Company. Phone 6-6362 and 2-8334. 47 EXPERIENCED dishwasher. Apply Freddie's Cafe, 99 Highway and Twenty- fourth street. il-ll-tf WANTED—Middle-aged couple for care- lnl;rr. Furnished cottage, garage water, lights, phone, chicken yards Roseda!e Road, 2's milec from clt> limits. Phone io-l'"--. •" WANTED—Bus boys, ply at coffee shop. Padre hotel. An US Help Wanted-—Fe>m»l« GIRL FOR GENERAL OFFICE WORK NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY SEABOARD FINANCE CO. 2300 Chester Avenue 9-8-t WAITRESS WANTED—Must be experienced. Freddie's Cafe, Twen ty-fourth and 99 Highway. 8-29-tf WANTED—Collector for west Bak ersfleld. Write Box M-101. Call fornlan. References. 8-29-tf LAl'NDRY WORKERS—No experience ncce«»ary. Citizen's Laundry. 931 Six tecnth Btreet. 3' LAEY for baggage and expresi. clerk. Per mnnent position. Apply in person. Pa cltlc Greyhound Lines. Experienced, sober bit welder wanted for steady job. BEST WAGES PAID Call 2-2556 37 WANTED—Man to learn trade In repair shop. Phone 4-4843. 41 MAN to do yard work. Call 3-1T46. ' BOY to wu«h dishes and assist on fountain. Apply Mlchener'n Drive-In. 3* WANTED—Janitor, middle-aged, white, experience preferred, hut not necessary. Apply in person. William, J. Smith. Tegeler hotel. I* Must be experienced. Good working con dltlons, cnoii pay, permanent position Local experienced preferred. Tlhbett's Sill bulldlnt. . 3 RELIABLE woman for part-time housework, preferably someone residing vl cinlty West Twentieth street. Phon 2-17H. 4j GIRL for general office work. V«l ley Furniture Co., Twenty-fourth and Cheater. 4 WANTED—Toun« woman to learn mark ing, checking and service work. Avail ability certificate required. Inquire i person, Pioneer Allen Cleaners. 400 £>a Nineteenth street Help Wanted—F*mal* VANTED—Woman to wash dishes. Hour* 12 to a p. m. daily. Lucky's. 1818 K street. 37 VA.NTKD—Wormin under 35 to mind child and do housework; hours 11 to 6. Phone _3 - 00 T S. 3 8 VOMAN tor general housework. Must stay nlghtis; good wages. Call *-8:i9 or i-S^SS. 37 VANTKD—Young woman to learn checking and sewing. Availability certificate required. Inciulre >n person. 1'lonecr Allen Cleaners. 600 East Nineteenth. 39 for Rent—Room* VANTED—Cook and experienced sand- wlch girl. Apply Mlcheiier's DHve-lii 39 )PPORTl!NITY for capable -versatile woman to learn photography in exclusive studio. Pleosnnt surroundings and pay while learning. Full-time Job. 1'rathcr * Prather Studios. 2115 Alia Vista Drive. Phone 2-0391. 3j) IRL OR WOMAN, middle-aged preferred, keep 17-monlhs-old girl In my home. Some light housework. Call B-54't. 3J3 WANTED—Lndy for light housekeeping and companion to elderly lady. Phone 2-5948. 39 VANTED—Housekeeper, middle-aged, unencumbered woman, to co out of town. Cood cook. Phone 3-005_0. 38 (VANTED — Experienced ready-to-wear saleslady. Excellent unlary. Vaughan's, _1419 Nineteenth street. 38 WANTED—Local young woman for general offi^'i work. No typing or short'™'!?.• Kc^'rencee. Phone 7-7B31. 8-11-U WANTED—Young womnn to learn machine pressing. Availability certificate required. Inquire in petaon, Pioneer Allen Cleaners, 600 East Nineteenth 1ICJH SCHOOL girl for housework, week dn>-». 3 u> 7, Saturday, tt to 4. Alia Vista district. Phone 2-34!)l. 3j) OFFICE POSITION—Handling accounts receivable, some typing nect>nsnry. steady employment iu essential indufitry. Fhoup ^'-7109 between 8 and !i. 39 EXEPER1ENCED WOMEN'S READT-TO- WEAR ALTERATION HANDS; THOSE WHO HAVE HAD EXPERIENCE IN FUR REMODELING AND REPAIRING PREFERRED. STEADY WORK. GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS APPLY MANAGER. EASTERN, 1BZ» NINETEENTH STRFET. 8-30-tf WANTED—White maids. See housekeeper. Hotel Padre. 8-16-tf TELEPHONE OPERATORS BEGINNERS Fascinating Work—Essential Peacetime Future) PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 1520 Twentieth Street 6-29-tf STENOGRAPHER AND TYPIST FOR GENHRAL, OFFICE WORK. STEADY POSITION; GOOD SALARY AND PLEASANT WORKING CONDITIONS. APPLY OFFICE MANAGER, EASTERN, 1529 NINETEENTH STREET. 9-7-tf LOCAL girl for permanent position as cashi.i- and bookkeeper. Write Box L-605, The Californlan. giving age. ex- perlence. etc. 38 EXPERIENCED bookkeeper, man or woman, steady position; excellent salary. Valley Furniture Cp., Twenty-fourth and Chester. 41 WANTED—Women workers, experience unnecessary. Family Service Laundry, 830 California avenue. Phone 6-643B, eveninga 3-1883. 38 COMPETENT bookkeeper for general office work wanted. Apply in person. Davis Furniture Company, 1400 Chester avenue. 9-11-tf DEPENDABLE white woman for general housework and care of Invalid. Board and room, good wages. 928 Monterey street. 41 EXPERIENCED housekeeper, cashier, waitress and dishwasher. Southern hotel. 38 WANTED—Woman to assist with general housework, one or two days per week. Vicinity Nlles and Mount Vernon. Photif 2-4412. 37 WANTED—Waitresses at El Patio Drive- In. California and Union. Good hours. 41 WANTED—Refined, middle-aged lady for housekeeper and companion for elderly lady. Phone 6-6627. 2002 Seventeenth street. t .38 WANTED—Lady presser, also help in alteration department. Apply at once. Max Simons' Tailor Shop, Fourteenth and Chester avenuo. 38 Help Wanted—8«l««me>n SALESMAN—One of the largest life insurance companies will appoint full-time representative for refinancing residential mortgages with lowest competitive Interest rates; only plan of its kind in this territory; permanent position to right man. Write Box M-965. The Bakersfield Callfornian. 38 Situations Wanted—Mat* FOR RENT—Air-moled, cl"an. !<|!ht hml»e- k^opinir roum. prefer employed couple or employed'e*: no children. Phon« 4-_4101. 42_I__A street. 3S PKTAi'HKD roont containing Kan plr.te. Quiet anrl ideal for man woikniK nights. Ndt fin 1 frmii Southern Pacific shops. Thrum 3-27!Vi. ROOM, next to bath, air conditioned, flonr furnace, telephone, garage: one and half blocks from hu«. No drinkers. 613 _A I-VMI. 1'hor." a-sana. _r,7 R<)'>M for tent, to i ao>t wife, teacher or business mr I. Call .1-0042 from 9 10 ~>: ;-n] 7S_arij^r_B_ii. rn. S7 DtH'BLE ail-plan* *-edroom. to cfldet wivs or business women. Clo«e to eatinc _^ hmiHes^ajid bus line. Phone 3-1C1!'. :>* KHB RENT, lo taily. lovely fiont rfiom. twin hods, to share with teai her. Near ili-ilri.l. Hreakt'Hst tniil evening meal if desired. 19-1 B street. M For Rent—Rooms With Board BOARD AND ROOM In private home Lunches parked. One block from Ijns _lme. _~'OJ_KHst_F:t«htcentJi. .IS LAROK furnished loom in private home, suilablfl for couple. Menls'if dr«iifcl. l>e of phono. and near bus. I'hone 2-71'.'9. .IS Wanted to Buy, Miscellaneous BROWK'S FURNITURE Formerly Roy White Furniture 26iO CHESTER AVENUE We buy used furniture, stoves, refrigerators. Pay cash or exchange. Call u« for real prices. PHONE 7-7021 6-9-tf fclje 9aker«ftetfc CaUtottiton Tuesday, S«pt«mb«r 12, 1944 For Sale—Improved Property I for «ale—Improved WANTED—Electric water heater. Phone WANT a pair ladies' cowboy boots, S'j-AA. Call 3-O.S31. WANTED, for soldier overseas air mnt- j ( ties* ii- sleeping bag-, complete h:th Kir ' WANTED—Itisspll carpet sweeper. rhon« For Rent—Houses WE CLEAN kitchens. 85c hour: nl*o bllndi. windows: floor by floor. Larko Cleaners. Phone 7-74(1 before I. after t. 67 COLORED MAN — Experienced general hoime cleaning and janitor work. Phone _jM91 0. MAN—Well experienced carpenter to do work at reasonable price. Write 93U Wll^ kinn street. ______„_-__ ' WE CLEAN house*, kitchens and bath rooms. Mr. and Mis. Brown, phon _2-3200. - -- WAXTKD—Plowing gardens, grading and leveling; check work, V-ing out water ditches. Fertilizer for sale, by sack or _hy the Joad. Phone 3-18l»T. _4- CALL David V. Thompson for genera gardening, hedge .Tuning and floor wax- Ing; 25 years' experience. Call from 5 p. in. to 8 p. m. Phune 2-46B1. 60 Situations Wanted—Female STENOGRAPHER desires work. Threi years' experience In law offices. Takes shorthand and has general knowledge oi office procedure. Call 3-1778. 38 EXPERIENCED ranch and crew rook- Have me child In high school. Phone 3-0013 or write S25 Truxtun avenue RHkcrsfiek 1 . 3', FUTIXISHKD CABIN'S S1XGLKS DOUBLES Sume with liiti'lioncttos. Karagos. bus slop ru-iuss sirr-pt. $l.f>0 dally up, for two ponple: $_.!iO daily, up, for four people. All utilities jinlrl. Liiuiulry room available. Also a few trailer spaces for rr.nt. CAMP COMFORT 3L'11I Chester Avenue Ju?t North of the Traffic Circle Phones 7-?ri49 and 2-SfiL 1 :.' OWXKR. 39 ''OR RENT — Large furnished home, close In. paved stieets. furnace. expensive overstuffed sets, and radio: witter, ruh- buish disposal. Kiirdelier paid. Adults only. $150 tnontlily. Phone 2-65!l8 bi>_l_we_en_5_ «'UL_' i __P^_!n.__ _____ 4 1 Kt'R.VISHKD. nir,. trailer house, one-half block markets and tra nuporta tlon ; elderly couple profiMted; electricity and water pa JcI J __ I \ i> Di-ralur X S :'(>R LKASE— Throp-ronm nnfnrnishnd cot- tnBi\ hiith. large clothes closets; gantKe. Phone 'J-TTTiS. Rent— Mi»cellaneou« STOKE building with basement, on corner, suitable for almost any kind of business. Could also use part as living quarters. Nineteenth and O streets. Apply Ideal hotel. 37 WHEEL CHAIRS, hospital beda with Innersprtng mattresses: walkers, rubber sheeting: everything for sick room. Folding chairs. Phone 7-7489 or 2-0067. 8-3-tf FOR RENT—87-foot Cardwell drilling iiiant with substructure to accommodate model B draw-work*, also pipe racking platform with finger-board, guy lines attached. Arthur P. Anderson, 199 Supply Row. Tart, calif. 44 Wanted to Rent—Rooms MOTHER and 3-year-old son desire board (iinl room in nice home, with tare of child while mother works. Phone J-fiil.v Wanted to Rent—House* No charge for renting or sending preferred people to rent your homes, apartments or courts. Only those meeting your requirements will call. Phone early, San Joaquln Agencies. Edward W. Moody, 1812 "Eye" street. Phone 2-2316. If no answer, call 2-0653. 3-2 J i li? WANTED—One or two-bedroom furnished house, three In family; one well-beh.ived boy: permanent; -efeiences: prefer close to Lowell School. Phone 3-2426. 3J WANTED TO RENT—Two-bedroom un- furniahed house, by manager of old established oil field supply store. Will be permanent and guarantee food care. Phone 2-82H. .18 PERMANENT oil company employe desires to rent unfurnished house or apartment: no children or pets. Phone 7-7660 or 2-8156. 3 WANTED TO KENT—Unfurnished 2-bed- roocn house, duplex or apartment by mioVile-aKed couple: Industrial plant manager. Phone 9-978(1 or 1-7531. 40 WANTED—Two or 3 bedroom house, furnished or unfurnished. Will pay 6 months rent in advance. Phone 2-5289, 125 Brundajje Lane. 40 DESPERATELY In need at larife, unfurnished 4 r bedrooro house: prefer In Oildale district. Present house sold. Reference. Phone 3-2297. 39 PROFESSIONAJ MAN REQUIRES 2 OR n-BEDROOM, FURN1HHED OR UNFURNISHED HOUSE OR APARTMENT. REFERENCES. PHONE 9-9S86. .17 ENGINEER with major oil company de sires to rent an unfurnished three-bedroom house In southwest part of town, permanent. Phone ii-SiST. .17 UNFURNISHED house, two or three bedrooms, urgently needed. Please phone 2-7824. Major oil company employ?, would be permanent and reliable. 41 HUSBAND GOING OVERSEAS. WIFE MUST REMAIN IN BAKERSFIELD. IN GREAT NT: ED OF 2-BEDROOM FURNISHED HOUSE. REFERENCES. PHONE 2-6633. 4_1 ELECTRICAL engineer representing large manufacturer, wishes 2 or 3-nedrnom home, furnished or unfurnished. Substantial advance payment. Good care, best references. Any reasonable rent considered. Phone 6-5951, Extension SMALL furnished or unfurnished house; no children or pets. Permanent resi- den Is. Phone 2-63."i9 before 5 p. m. 38 WANTED TO RENT—Furnished house, one or two bedrooms; Standard Oil em- ploye. Wave 4-year-old gij-1. I'hone. 7-7865. ' «« WANTED — Furnished house, or apartment by civilian couple. No children or pets. _ Phone 2-648K miy linio. ___ _____ _<! AGKXOY manager for HlnndHrri BrnndH would like to rent two-bedroom home, preferably furnished and in East Rak- ersfleld. Family of four. Phone 2-81:11. _ TKLBPHONE employe with family wishes to rent two-lied room furnished house. Phone 4-4561, extension 70. Louis Civi- YOUNG local couple would like smiill nished house or nice apnrtment. No dren or pets. Phono :i-17M. FI'UNISHKD house or apartment de by executive's wife, two children. _VV_. H._DavlB._Pa<lr« hcn*L SOLDIER'S WIFE, with smiill child, sire small house or apartment. No Phone 7-7089. _ f ur- chil sired Mrs. , de- pets. 39 WON'T SOMEONE please rent me and my two children. riRed 5 and 7. n furniHbeil house or (ipn i tment '.' Husband In service at Sun r>i(?K». Excellent ''me promised. Referent-en. Call 2-6C23 or 2-53IJ. WANTED—Small house or apartment, by two adults. Phone 9-9764 before 6 p. m. 39 WANTED TO RTY —Enuily in 3-bertroom home prefer Lmrtitn \>in> or Alta YIHI;I. private part; will pay cash. Phone 2-7.VH. WanUd to Rant-—Apartmyntii WANTED—Furnished apartment for nurse with 20-months-old baby, near the KOT theater. Phone 4-4481. 37 YOUNG couple, permanent no children desire furnished apartment, preferably Kast Bakernfield. Phone 3-1629. 37 WANTED—Small furnished apartment h.\ Mingle gentleman, permanent realdent; no rie^s^ nefet-ence^B. Phnne 2-9768. •' COUPLE desire furnished apartment or home. Phone •.'-2837. 41 WISH TO TAKE charge of boardlne house In nil tie.ld. 1 am specialized In this trade and 29 years of experience In nil field. 1934 Seventeenth street. Phone _2-9723. K. L. Lindnr. 38 DAY CARB for children, a too evenlne care. Licensed home. Phone 2-3281. _ 9 26 Eighth street. 38 PRACTICAL, nrnlng. Will take maternity caaes. Phone 3-2883. 37 EXPERIENCED comptometer payroll, switchboard, cashier or hostess work; Home bookkeeping. Box D-904. The Csll- fornlan. j| EXPERIENCED RANCH AND CREW COOK. HAVE ONH CHILD IN HIGH SCHOOL. PHONE 3-0013 OR WRITE 225 TRUXTUN AVENUE. BAKERSFIELD.: 37 COLORED GIRL would like hour work or steady job. Phone 8-«948. 39 EXPERIENCED practical work. jPhone 2-17150. wants 40 EXPERIENCED switchboard operator, typist and general office position wanted. No bookkeeping. , WriU Box O-t£8, The Califoroiau. It Wanted to R«nt—Farm Land 1GO ACHHS potato land. Ca*h or CHIP rent. Poxt Office Box 9S3. Arvin. 39 Wanted to Rout, Nllaeollanoou* WOULD LIKE to find office and slenoit rapher to share. Will pay half of ex penaes. Preferably in oil field equip' merit business. Phone 2-0768 before ! a. m. or after 5 p. m. 39 Wanted to Buy, Mleeellaneou* WANTED—Cash for your used fur nltur*. «lectrlo appliance!, «tc We) buy, trade or «xcbaiig«. COX FURNITURE Formerly Olldale) Furniture 601 Bast Nineteenth Street Phone 2-4«05 «-14-tf DIAMONDS watches and old jewelry o any description: h'cbest market prices paid .n cash. Earl McEvnjr, precision watchmaker, tit Haberfelie bulldlni Phone »-6»»7. IMO-tt WANTED—Standard slxe trumpet for ; srboo! hoy; portable radio, meml U-JIKOM j and i hlna cabinet. FOI! s.\le. Pnnlii I-<• ^puss*enper_suit nnd rap. Phone 2-.".">l " "7 WANTI-'.n—Klix.iric refi-iitnrator. by moilier with sick hahy. Hit; California a\-ciui,-. Also want rmltii. 41 VANTED lo buy, out- hay baler. Phono -2641. ' 9 -IJ-tf Wanted to Buy—Property 1ST your property with us. Fair treatment, quick action. Twenty years' experience. Taylor 4 Taylor. 1660 Chester avenue. 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-tt SELLING HOME OR FARM? PHONE 2-0653. LISTINGS NOT NECESSARY. HAVE BUYERS WAITING. SAN JOAQUIN AGENCIES. EDWARD W. MOODY, 1812 "EYE" STREET. 6-15-tf Vivr-'.v ?-hedroom and de.n homo. n»dr »r:h-iol». store*. IvJ* Ha* laift" ],„ n.a ' i»|.u.e. ha rdwood floors, ven«; an r!-nrt*. basement, (lui.i.g i i, hi.'Hkfaxi muni, kitchen, landscaped varrt; Jli'JO down. Cl-t i-.<-• I "> f'r th-i !ari:» tri'Ml'rn 2-hedronm or l-h/-d'oom home Located ji;i' r t,{ t.-.u on •: ,-t :.H|"" i* ; mr, and near stoics Has ltv;n«rnom, f-n»p|ac». Venetian l-ilunls. k.i. t.eii. i,-eai,:asi ri'ick. »ervic« porch, landsi.ipi-d yard; 13475 down, 1 : .i t.u-.*(?«', f,-,i tr,s pa ' •: ;*• f -i i t\ ished 2-hedrO"ni and s!«rfng pTi-h hf m^, crinv*nl- entlv 1,1. mei I n.-,» !iv me i «»m, dining room, kit'hen, pir^h. b»th. Lots of flower* ami shiul,,. t.'«<.:, ,!i,«,i. i;.'..v i.'.r smaller 1-bedroom hr.rne. conveniently located. C«r- i-. S i.'.ni down. ! 1:1 -m.i- -J«v•;-, f,,r ih,^ ;'.•-!>• re parcel with two hc;rrif». Modern, clou to teva. j-est ri- led ,j ;nir,,-i. J^IM.HI t i,,«-n. fir, l.I.i-f i'l'ii) '"•: iiii a. re« iviih «arly California V.o-is.». r,a«. l : »ht«. water and o»n «'•!!. Ver\ CM,.'! m,ii. .J.isi outside city; $1500 rton-r, rxianre J::.S1 per month. We Haie Many Mme Pi "pert .on, Hnmca, Investments air) Farms, L-irre or Small IK WE HA\ K.\ T \VH VT YOU WANT. WE'LL HELP TOU FIND IT EDWARD W. MOOD7 I'hone 2-0853; If No An«wer, Phone We need more listings. List yo .r home. farm, ranch or income w i i h BOYDSTIJN * LANCASTER 1S17 h Street Phone 8-8639 9-r>-tr S'EED listings tor cash buvers on laree and small homes, acre homes, farms and Income property. Elwoud'e. 192:t _^Eye.^ 65 WANTED f* buy direct, modern home In good diHtrlrt. Substantial cash payment. _Ph cmej:: L oS|9 7. :t 8 HAVE CASH buyer for 10 to Cn acres. Lament tlistrlct, with or without house. Klndig Really Co Phone 4-4S.'il. 3J List your pronrrty with \is tor quick, courteous results. Homes—Income—Hunches Chester >'. Rpard Phone 5-i909 Bill AMen, Associate 9-S-tf WE NEED property to soil, have buyers waiting, f|uii:k action guaranteed. Call Wicker, phone 2-02.'!9. ltiu'0 Chester avenue. 41 WANT TO BUT from owner, nice 3-hnd- room home near schoul. Phone :-76S". 41 A Y (''ASH for new type two-bedroom or two-bedroom and den home. Location must be the bent. I'hone 3-0487. Sirs. Whilener. 3!' For Sale—Improved Property "\'i si'-rcs on Belle Terrace just south of Houchin Trni-'t. One 2-bedroom plnn- tcred home with nice livinK and dining: rtM>ms and Uitchpn. also n 2-room house and workshop and garage. Shown by appointment. 10 acres on Stcrlinff Tload. Newly p»lnted inside and out: lu-w roof, good water. Four acre* apricotn. 6 ncrr-n ready for crop. 1'rico riidiu-pd to $8950. which will Include Iractor. disc and other fi»rminB pqnipmont. 20 acres on l-'rnitvale avenue, woll im- provpd; lota of fai-mlns machinery. 10 acres RosedHle Highway. Two pood wpllH, fair house; all in cviHivat ion. Will trAilu equity for home in town, acres CIIHH Loma Drive and Cottonwood Road. Old house. $1200 down. Three-benroom homi? just south of Pioneer Drive on Sterling Road for $4100. Terms to suit. O street. Walklnsr distance. Duplex, well furnished, renting lor 145 each side. $7500, terms. Safe investment—Five nearly new 3-room courts, furnished, each with shower; nice location. »112.01) rent per month. Price on request. G"-rooin homo on corner of Baker and Water si reels. Extra nice Inside; sl»o 3-rouin furnished on back of lot. JL'UOU Omstanding; home In Skyline for JSOOO. ybown *by Hppomtment. Phone IIH your needs, we may have what you want. .!. T. isy) Wicker, Kilo Cliealer Phone 2-0^39, evenings 'J-3Si)5 or ii-t>463 TWO MCE ONE-BEDROOM HOMES on larKe corner lot. one rurnlshrd: close in. near bus and miirkels; only J600D, J2S;iO down. $3. r i monthly. Oil.DALE—Two-bedroom home and small houue on extra large lot. in nice location; $3750. $800 down, $35 per month, or will tiade for nmall house. W1NGLANU SQUARE— Lovely new 2-bedroom home and den. kitchen with plenty of tile, also nice oath including tile vanity and stall Hliower. cooling* system, double vat-age; $69[i(). $-.'000 down. $47.60 monthly, or will trade for small clear house. NICK 2-HEDROOM home in Compton. Calif., for only $32.'iO. clear, to trade for house in Bakersfield. ON THESK rnoPEHTlES* phone 5-591M, evenings 3-1170. SUNSET PARK. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION—Nearly new i!-beilroom home, large living- room with floor fiii-miie. nice dining room, kilt-hen and ha t h with plenty .if tile, lots of built-in cupboii i fls and clotietH. vemnian blinds. large double gurnSB with storage space, lovely lawn, on bus line, ne;ir schools and marvel; Jilgr.n. ONLV $1850- down, balance $56 monthly. ON THIS PROPERTY phone 5-5924. evenings :-H2S8. LET'S TALK IT OVER GLENN Nichols 201i K Street 9-llMt 1IICHLAND PARK—Four-room home, nice Hl7e. Laundry room and fraruKiv Large ' orner lot. ('lost- to school ftini bus. Vacant now. $3ii75, $1000 down. FURNISHED—Two-bedroom home, larwe HI rcened porch, garage and nice lait:e lot; Borne fruit. Close to bun and school. ALTA VISTA DRIVE—Nicely furnished 6-room home on KOOI! corner lot. liilixHO. close to Bernard. Several kinds of fruit trc?H. 2;iO fine chickens, wilh equipment and room tn double f!oci> Wonderful location. Total price $7:150. l.n If down. IIIOIII.AND PARK—Fine duple* on larue lot. Three uii'> Ki^'il I oonu: anil tnith eaib side. One side completely nnd nicely lurnlHlied. ,|UMI leilei-oi-Hled throilKhoui Iiouble Kfirit^n willl l:iuo- dry trays. This pl.-i.-n is Jusl it bout 5 years olil anil very in, o. Pi i,-e fi'.sr.O. $2950 down, liu lance VHB.V. I'lione 2-7(160. SOUTHWEST—Largo 3-hedroom home lo- located on Hrundaee Lane, close in. l*'ire- plncv basement and larcv lot. f2500 TAFT—Good established business, hiuh schr.ol lunch room with plenty of eriuip- ment. large lot and good building with living qiimlers nnd two extra rooms that can bu rented; also two baths. 41 ACHES of unimproved lari'l located near Biittonwillow. This Uind '-an he farmed: also prospective oil land. S^" per ai i .- INl'OM*: -LaiBe S-roiuu lioin.. ou corner lot in .Miiithwi'st 'listrict close in. now hi'inc iise.l as three separate ai>artmeiits. Sl.'iO'l down 1701 1C STHEET PHONE S-121U. RES ID KNOB :-56:S_ Union iiv-mut- In the !»)« block. Nearly f.ou feet Irontaue. Twenty lental. units furnlBhed. A real investment, will Increase Iu value. The price will sur- j" T 'Sy) Wicker. IfiBO Chester Phone 2-o2:ni evenings -i-:lS9o or 2-6463 ONE-BEOHOOM home. 4 years old. for M le Will take good factory-built house tr.iilrr us part down payment, or lute model car, 1941, 416 Lloyd si reel. 3 . 7 OILI3ALE—Practically new utucco. J-bedroom. dinette, dual floor furnace, tile drain; back yard fenced; Including tabletop range and cooler. Only $450(1. Terms. Syl Mi Ninch. with R. A. Moore * Son, 1515 Eighteenth utieet. Phone '.'•I'JIiS, eveninga f-8165. 1DHAL CORNER, Sunset Paik, like new, ri-room Btucco. tile lopf. tile kitchen, tinth. Fhuwrts bri-aktan ro«m. lat»« living ruom. firepime. Phone 2-0314. 39 \HRTI1 K STREET- K-V-KTOITI liu rilwnotl fliioi^, n n .• I-VIIK nmin. dm- iUK room, tile in Viiti.h'-n. two lit-ili ooms. iJLT>0, $l.-,oo ilown. NI«'E 5-room home in East Raker^f-"Id on half-!!-. ie, many Huit tr"e.«. $17."'i i . $15011 down. SOI'TMWKST—Xu-e 5-room home, hardwood floors. \'..neliHn bhnrls. laii.'^ rooms. In (it*Jt ,htss rnnditum, \Vi!l sell partly fin rushed if desir'Tl. Close to si.-hools anil bus wervue. $.',750. EAST—Slx-ronm country home, three large bedrooms, dining room, kitchen and Inrs-e service porch; double garnee. A good barn and several other buildings. Situate on 10 acres of good land with a well and pump. Ten fruit trees and 3 ]f>0-root row* ot Thompson seedless Grapes. $10.500. GREEN ACRES—Lovely country home, completely furnished, beautifully landscaped, with a large assortment of fruit trees and berries; also chicken equipment. $fi900. HOTEL—Centrally located in Taft. Gross income $1000 per month, paving from 15 to 20 per cent on investment. HIGHLAND PARK—One of the finest 3-bedroom stucco homes, bull* In 1941. Complete cooling system with ducts In each room Two double floor furnaces, thermostatically controlled. Two baths with lots of tile. Steel Venetian blinds throughout. Floors carpeted with broadloom from wall to wall. Beautiful living room and dlnlnr room Kitchen with lots of tile and corner divided sink and many cupboards. Large aervlce porch, double garage. EL CAilINO PARK—Beautiful l-room stucco home, built 1940. with latest modern conveniences. Stee- Venetian blinds. Nice size bedrooms, living room and dining room. Built-in cooling aye- tern Including cooler. $5500. $2250 down. Phone 2-7554 1671 Chester S-31-tf 60-Koot l"t. on Rank slreet: has fruit trees; .nisi, the place for that future home. Price $700. One acre, in Fulrhavcu district, good location. Price $li50. Modern, up-to-date 1-bedroom home ou Wuodrow street In Oildale; $3850. $1000 Hmvti. S42 month on balance. Tin re-bedroom home on HtiRhes street In Oil'ialo. large lot, property in good condition. Price 43750, $1000 down, bal- aiue. $15 per month. New. modern home ou one-half acre, on eiiBt California avenue, price $700U, half cash, balance terms. Lovely modern home on AUtirae Drive I" l.omita Verde; two bedrooms, large llv- IIIK room, dining room and lovely kitchen with corner sink, lots of cupboard space, separate stall shower, lots of bullt-lns. cnolinK ducts- and cooler, steel Venetian blinds, sprinkling system. Price $8000, li.'ilf rash, balance terms. Store «ml apartment above, with duplex on rear of lot, close in. Property Is now showing: income of $385 per month. Price $35,000, some terms. Larise store, building, choice location, occupied now and dolns a capacity business. Price $70,000, some terms. Phone 2-9294 220 Maberfelde Building 41 In the Southwest—Practically new !-bed room home that Is really nice, large living room with fireplace and floor furnace, spacious bedrooms all with steel Venetian blinds, nice back yard, fenced. Requires substantial down. Attention Sant_ Fe Railroaders—Good, sturdy 3-bedroom home on Park Way; has hardwood floors. Venetian blinds «nd a sewing room; close to schools and buses; Immediate possession. Price $7500. Near the Kern General—Really a beautiful home, two large bedrooms with Venetian blinds and Inviting living room, and what a kitchen! It will he a pleasure to show you this house; cooling ducts and a well-kept yard, and the bouse I in perfect condition. And the price is right. An Eight-Unit Apartment—Very close In. well-constructed brick and stucco, nicely furnished. This Is one of this most complete uni'i In town, and hnr. always been a money maker. Out-of-town owner. Inquiries Invited. In HlBhlanl Manor—An almost new 2-bed- rooir. home that is completely furnished, wilh good furniture, large kitchen, 7-foot electric, table-top stove, Venetian blinds, nice yard double garage. Price $7500. CHESTER N. BEARD 1807 H Street Photie 6-5009 or 2-4523 9-8-tf VALUES SIX-ROOM hoiiHc, close In on G street; has three large bedrooms, sun room, large living room with fireplace, beautiful dining room and kitchen, large service porch and basement: lawn and .shade tiec». Thin is a real buy for sumeono. Full price JCOOO, substantial down. FOUR-ROOM home wllh large screen porch, close In in southeast district On large lot, has nice shade and fruit trees, garden space, chicken equipment, double garage. Well cared for lawn. Full price $3600. 11000 down, balance |.1!> a month. DUPLEX and dandy 4-room home In highly desirable locution. All are completely and well furnished. Duplex now rented for 190 a month. Owner gets rent free In 4-room house. On large corner lot. shade trees, large garajce. On bus line, end near markets. Full price. 17500, S2950 down, balance fSO a month. 1665 Chester Phone 8-9ISH 8-14-tf SOI'TIIWK.ST --- LHI-KH 3-hc.lroom home xvith unt> ami one half liatin uom*. sun |mt'-h Hn<l Nlfeping pon'h. l<1e,tl for IHI'K? family Two tar KH>:iUf, IIMS ot Hhwd Pure ST.'iOO, down ja.'iOo. month ill'. IIEXLAND ACRKS—Lai go '.'-bod room with extra HloeiMNK porvh home, on one acre. Near Ui*;hwu.\ !'!» *oulM of cll> . t\vo- c;t r garnfce. Properly ln jjood condition and will Kelt quirk. 1'fh ti $4'i.~>U. down tl'JTJ, munth VU. EAST HAKrOKSI'lKLn—One of the nice* humort IVP have offered for sale n nuinlhx. Knu-y hnli living room ha* f u-i'plM, e a n'l furnace; lovely larwe t1tn- int; rnoiii. two hig upilrooms and den MR Hi lias tile; (ilno half hath Hutine IK Itkv u<'%v, l.aitte lot. ' 1'rK-e JTI.'iii. F1IA S44UO. balance cash. This lien iHit'u! acre place, within half I'lu.-k of tlty a lid school tinnes. one !»l 11 nni shopping venter; with lar&e home having fiiei'lacc. hardwood flnois, din- Ing room. kUchcn. hie tiled bath, ami three b.-ri looms. With Til fruit trees, {.'rape vines, berries and irrigation system. Water 15 per month. Also large building -0x30 feet with double Garage, large sleeping room, tool room, wafth trays nntj basement. Must be seen U he appreciated. Want J14.000 on term* Phone ruiiDRB. •'!; Cash, balance FHA. Really cool am! lovely i« this ready to move Into 3-bed- toom, 2-bftth home. Built about three years. Everything Is fresh and attractive. Can be had furnished or unfurnished. Immediate possession. Phone 5-58:15. FOR SALE—Beuutlful 3-bedroom home on a lot and half, 1 years old, with a hnth and half. ThU pluce has everv- thing. Phone owner. 3-0449. 39 ItTCiO CASH luiya hum* In OlMale, close to Standard School. Call :-46«3. 38 J15 NORTH CHESTER AVENUE OWNER OF CAMP COMFORT $14,000 TO HANDLE. EAST TERMS i HIT, TUGHTS. UNIMPROVED. BETWEEN DELANO ANB AVA.SCO. FULL. PRICE $9000. EAST TERMS »6S50 OR TERMS. IX)T 300x117% KEET. MODERN, FRUIT TREES AND HOUSES FOR 1000 CHICK- JO XS. OWNER LIVES THERE. $370(1. ONE-BEDROOM HOUSE. JUbOO DOWN, BALANCE 119.20 A MONTH. QUICK POSSESSION IN ESSENTIAL. WE CAN ACCOMODATE YOU IN OUR CAMP. CALL 7-7S49 DATS AND 2.8622 EVENINGS. 41 Living room, large bedroom, large) kitchen and dinette combined; slMDinc porch. Von will be surprised mt this much room for $2950. Immediate poo- session On well located business corner, Roberta Lane, 100-foot frontage. Very desirable Inisinesi location and two houses on rear: one furnished. Jusi off Pierce Road, large living roam with floor furnace, dining room, two bedrooms, den. lovely bathroom with tile vanity. Home with, three furnished rentals: on* a very nice house to live, the other income. Will pay about It per cent on Investment. Another acre home, Roaertale. House: for 1000 laying hens, brooder house, fruit trees, all fenced. Vacant. Immediate possession. Close to Chester avenue In Olldale. l-b*d- room oldur home, 13750. One of the nicer 3-bedroom bouses on well Improved aero of ground. Ideal home for large family. Three-bedroom older home, close to Chester avenue In Oildale. with, some good furniture, S3600. XT "Eye" Street Al/l'A VISTA—Six-room stucco house oa choice corner lot on Alt*, Vista Drive: two large bedrooms with big closets, den adjoins living room, lovely 14x14 dining room, tile in bath and kitchen, glassed-in service porch, house newly done over inside nnrt out. Lawn and shad* trees. sprinkler system, enclosed garden, double garage and laundry room. A. lovely home, an Ideal location. Quick poasee- »ion. Price 18500, substantial down. LAKB STREET—East Bakersfield, near Horace Mann School; two-bedroom stucco house on lot 60*150; hardwood floor*. Venetian blinds, kitchen and dining room combined, service porch, cement basement; trees, garden space, chicken equipment; f4250. 12000 down. Quick possession. LA ("RESTA—Immediate posseesion of this very modern two-bedroom stucco house with tile roof, real fireplace, diatnsJ room, breakfast room and attractive kitchen; 65-foot frontage, lovely patio «nd (run; yard, double garage with til* roof. Price 18450, substantial down. TWO HOUSES on one lot, near Union «ud California avenues: one «-room. one S-ronm. T.lve in one. rent the other. Quick pnstesaion. Full price »3800, about half cash. FURNISHED 4-room frame house 'one bedroom) on improved lot. SOxlSO, East Hakersfield. close lo bus; 14000, bait cash. Kor tltese. see Tavlor t Taylor 1660 CHESTEK AVENUE PHONE 8-1593 40 Onfl acre, close In. with nearly new home. two bedrooms and. den. lota of tile in km hen and bath, basement with unit heat nnd cooling system. Variety of S.'l fruit trees, good well with pressure xvstem. Nice apartment with bath in rear. This place Is in the very best of iimdmon. Price iU',500. substantial down. Uoi-h'cutisly furnished in Stockdale on corner lot. 90\;45. A beautiful 2-bedroom lininc with larffe screened terrace, outride patio tile roof, bath and half, stall *hower. One bath has tile walls. Has the finest barbecue pit in the valley. Landscaped to the last word and in excellent condition. Shown by appointment only. IN OILDAI.E—Two-hedroom furnished hoiiue with apartment over garage. Full price J5500. 1"00» down. Duplex on Oregon street. $5000. 12000 dmvn. Srnui! ;' T-noin home iu Casa Loma die- trut. $1195. BKAL'TI Fl'l, .1-bedroritn home. nearly new Fourteen oranee trees. All under xpimklm« «ystem. $$50U. substantial down. W1LI.AUD K. BAKKR 11H Seventeenth slieet Phoue -'•ISoJ 'he most attractive homes in town. lovely laise bedrooms, beautiful ' .ir»-c hvmg room and kitchen. iful hardwood floors and steel iaii blinds throughout, garage and ae. Can be bought t'or $SJ50 down, , ,? easy. THHHE-MEliHOOM home, immediate pos- sesMUm. !.">«;> Sunsst nv-enue. 8T-fo«t !'r"iiti(*:e, IIIH- •.prmklmg &>'Htem, front anil tuH.-k yards, three ttedrooma, dining mum. livinu roum. kiti-hen. big sleeping port Ii. automatic heatioH: system. House is «..'ll inhulitteit throughout. Fine trees n nd shrubs. Terms If peeded. Prici SSIHIO. ciiHiles B. Webster. phone 2-3317 or 4-1202. till Eighteenth street. FOR SALE—On Alta Vlat» Drir«- corner. «3xl&0, l-b«4raom hnoie, mvM- room. dining room. den. bieakfavt naok. kitchen, two batba, am*II bM*m«M. screened poreb. two floor MnMMI newly painted: 1-emr garage, rull Mie* 19760 Immediate poaaeaate* For to- formation call 3. J. Cooeanl. »-Mt4, e* J-94S7 LARGE 2-bedroom home Uvincroom, beautiful bath, very nice kitchen, on extra large lot. Am leaving town and want to aell this week. Price $4250, 12256 down. Phon* 4-4851, possession Immediately. 31 FOR SALE by owner, 4-rnone borne. Lama. Immediate »«e*ee*Um. at 9io Bunting Drive.

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