The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 16, 1944 · Page 7
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Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, September 16, 1944
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Announcements WANT Classified Advertising column! of Th« V Bakersfleld Callfornlan cloie promptly •t 10 o'clock each mnrnlnr for all one- column ids. Two-column nr larger «dl must be placed the dav before ptibllcn- tinn. Phone 7-7831. 1-14-tf for rent—Truck*, i iclrups, trailer!. Parker's. Eighth and Union avenue. Phnne _ 2-9942. 1-21-lf Alii, kind* of weight* nnd wtdthi of can- van. Canva* goods made to order at HornunK'e, 1606 Nineteenth street. 1-S-tf REFUNDS on each classified advertlte- ment* which have been canceled before the expiration date must be called for WITH CASH RECEIPTS within on* month from date of cancellation. The ^ Bakerefleld Oil torn Ian. g.jl-tf JJIRST UN;TT TEMPLE—AH unity services available. Complete itock publications. Subscriptions talten. Noon silence dally. 123 Southern hotel. Phone 8-8928. 66 HALE or female Hormones available at • Brundage Pharmacy, 16 Chester. Phone _S-50t!>. 41 AND NOTARY PUBLIC at 1812 "ICye" street. Phone 2-0053. 9-lJ-tf CHESS PLAYERS—If you wish to meet other players, phone 2-318B. HAVfNG bought the entire Interest of Lloyd C. Miller, Spin nnd Span Market, 2425 Altn. Vista Drive. I am the sole owner of above business. Orville K. Dutton. 4.1 Lost—Found—Strayed LOST — In upper Coffee canyon. Saturday night, three trail hounds, one female black and tan; one malo black and • white walker; one male black and tan And white walker. Last heard going toward Poso Flats, running a coyote. Call 2-2148 or 616 Lincoln street, Oil- _daje. __ 42 LOST — Tripod for farm level, several days ago, between MolvittrlcK nnd Bnk- ersrield. Reward. Call 4-4248. 823 4 ... LOST — Will lady who called In reference to eyeglasses In green cane from Doctor McKce. please return to 533 Beech. He__ wa rch ____ 4 1 LADY'S blue leather purse, containing billfold and money. Lost in or near Wayne'*, Fifth nnd Chester. Please _ rail Mrs. Lindcr at 2-0258. Reward. '1 LOST — Leather case, containing Metropolitan receipts. Kinder call 2-0485. RP- %va rd. ___ 4 2 LOST — Truck tire mounted oft wheel size 32x6. between Bakersfielcl and Teha- rhapl, Tall 2-3038 or Dodson Service Station, KdiHon Highway. Reward. 42 1JAN who lost black Corker Spnniel while Belting water In car Thursday mornhiK Pit-Hue cull 2-9711 or come to 501 Knoit street. 42 LOST black billfold, Thursday. Return to V. L, Bolilet. Padre Hotel. Reward. Personals HEMORRH01D SUFFERERS — No bo*, pltallzatloo nor loss of time. No surgery nor Injections. New, safe, painless method of eliminating hemorrhoids now available from Dr. K R. Pennlngton, D. C., suite I, Professional building. r Phone «.610Q. 2-6-tt SACRO-ILIAC LESIONS, low back pains, arthritis, constipation and prostate disorder* corrected. Dr. D. U. Parish. D. C., 407 Haberfeld* building. Phone 9-9182. «-9-tf B. D. UcBrlde Detective Agency, room 110, Hay bu.'ldlne Bakersfleld. Licensed and bonded. Confidential Investigation. Phone _ 2-2800 or 2-6659. 9-7-tf AFTER THIS DAY and date I. C. J. Bonas, will not be responsible for debts other than my own. (Signed) C. J. Bonas, 601H Bumper atreet. 4J[ KOT~RESPONSIBLK for any charge account contracted by anyone other than myself. Mr. Fred W. Jones, Route 4. Box 134, BakerefUld. 42 HAVING bought all Interest In business known as Rainbow Cafe on September 8. will not be responsible for any bills unless ooitracted fur by myself. E. C. _ Coombs, Lamont, Calif. ± 41 I WILL not be responsible for any bills other than my own from this date on, September 13, 1944. Mrs. Beverlee J. Anderson, 826 L street. 41 I WILL NOT be responsible for any debts made by anyone other than myself. 1 _ ISIgnert) -*J1H» F.- Morrow. 42 ANYONF3 wishing to sen Henry KKKer, former manager of Eastern, please call at 1823 Chester avenue. WTLL NOT ha responsible for hills contracted for by anyone other than myself. George R. Smith. 2115 Lester street. 43 Schools—Instruction LIFK-TIMK pleasant work, counseling others Represent International Correspondence Schools, good living, Blurt on part-time basis in your community. Write P. O. Box 438. or phone Lee .Manfull. 7-753:,. • Transportation—Buses FREE MEALS AND PILLOWS Lowest Fares to All Points .VI.I,-AMERIOAN BUS LINE INC. :02fl Chester Ellis L. Ball Phone 2-3433 1-7-tf SANTA FB AND BURLINGTON BUS DEPOT Sixteenth and F Phone 2-0472 3-6-tf WILL take four passenger's to Camp Roberts over Saturday and Sunday each _week. •_'••» n__3:'.*•'*• 41 COUPLE wants rule to Fort Worth. Tc-xa*. Call Mrs. Tlnnin. 9-9J177, or come to Apartment It. 2fll3 Chester avenue. Occupational Services HAVE your car glazed In the mod ern way. A smooth, long-lasting finish done by an expert. The cost is reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Also stPam cleaning and car washing. Make your appointment today. PHONE 6-6457 FIRESTONE STORES TWENTY-FOURTH AND CHESTER AVE. * 9-2-tf TRK1) SERVICE CO. Pruning, Shaping. Topping Mao Trees Taken Out B. Parker Free Estimating 1807 H Street Phone 2-3189 . 43 FOR GENERAL contract ami repair work, phone 3-0675. 63 BRAKl'JS RELINBD AND ADJUSTED WRIGHT'S BRAKE SHOP Hwy. 99 at Circle Mohawk Corner Jack Wright. Prop. Phone 2-9101 68 WASHING POLISHING STEAM CLEANING SIMONIZINQ MACK AND SON California Avenue. Phone 2-1220 45 REFRIGERATORS overhauled, washlnc machines rebuilt. Cooler service. We nlso move refrigerators. S28 Washlns- ton. Oildale. Phone 2-787S. 41 TRUCK HAULING—Anything, any time. anywhere. Furniture moving a specialty. Phone 2-9225. Whlti* Alorehcad, 10(! Decatur street. Oildale. 62 WANTED—PRUNING AND TREE TOPPING. TAKING TREES OUT. WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK FREE KST1MATK. L. O. FLOYD. 331 W1L- _J.OW DRIVE. PHONE 6-6674. 41 BEST plumbing service. The best costs less. Repair and remodeling; Mule jobs Bet first attention. County license. Phone 2-2192. 43 BRICK WORK of all kinds, barbecue pits and fireplaces a specialty. Phnne 7-7325. 42 Interior and exterior brush or spray. Commercial or home. Free estimates. Contractor O. H. Hines. _Phone_3-2 4 32. 4 3 IS YOUR radio in need o. repairs? We will do our bewt to repair your radio with pnrtN Btill available In the best equipped repair nhou in California. Fladio Den 17,11 Kip-lHeenth street, oppnaitp i-;i;* w. v ,-^- ^m'. --.:--»r vvs, u 1111 ),(K)0, was expiring today soni •Srolia. Financial for TAX PAYMENTS SCHOOL NEEDS NECESSITIES ETC. BORROW ON Automobile* Furniture Farm Truck* Equlpt. Salary "PAID FOR On NOT" Ton may itlll borrow for a* long *,• 11 month*. Private Sales of Automobiles, Truck* and Furniture Financed 100* LOCALLY OWNED Trad* with local people who understand local condition*. W. J. (Bill) Bergman Maurice St. Clalr 15th And Chester Opp. Montgomery Ward Fhone 6-I796 Appointment* Mao> S-l-tf EMERGENCY CASH LOANS Borrow $100 Cash for Thirty Days Repay $102.60—Total Coat ONLY $2.60 If 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 FINANOE COMPANY 2300 Chester Telephone 9-9421 8-21-tf MONEI TO LOAN Long term, all type "arm loans, 4',4' per cent Interest. No commission to borrower. J. E. WARREN REALTY CO. ' TULARE THEATER BUILDING ' TULARE. CALIF. . PHONE 38 9-4-tf Auto Furniture Truck Salary PREWAR SERVICE 1712 Chester Phone 2-3337 ' 3-16-tf Auto. Furniture, Salary Loans NO Long Rigumarole. No lOmluuTussment No Outsiders Involved 304 Sill Building. 1608 Eighteenth Street PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Under I he BiK Cora-Cola Sign Phone 6-6B95 Walter Verhaag. Manager Business Oppprtunitif* NEW soft drink stand, complete with awn- Ings; triangular shape, fig-toot counter •pace, Ideal for Fair concession or permanent location. Can be seen at 3626 M street. 41 INDIVIDUALLY OWNED 3-pump Rlch- « field service utatlon. Hoist, tools, buildings, lots, etc. Write or call 227 Front street. Buttonwtllow, Calif. 4 3 NOTICE to the thrifty. For sale by owner, practically new business bulld- . Ing and equipment, with separate residence, on good corner In business section of a valley oil town. This property Is paying 10 per cent on Investmen Will pay much more If properly ope; _jtted. Phone 2-1736. 4 FOR SALE—Garbage route, with or without truck; or trade. 425 Terrace Way. Phone 3-8392. _41 GROCERY STOIIK for sale, doing good business, with Jivine quarter*,. Cash. Phone 2-5047. * « ty I Have your old fur coat made like new. Repairing—Restyling—Redy- ing—Cleaning and glazing. Expert workmanship. Free estimates gladly given at 182S_Chester_Ayenue._Phpne_2 : n:)SO TRUMAN'S TRANSFER—Longdis- tance and local. 812 North Chester, Oildale. Phone 2-8914. 61! Help Wanted—-Male HAXDY S1AN wanted. Apply Kern County <'ojion Hln. Magunden. 4ji WANT helpnr lor small rotary drill. 61.1 Wnshlnglon aveuup, OilUale. Phono i-777'.l. 41 at Taf t MEN INTERESTED IN MECHANICAL WORK FOR TUAIN1NC, IN GAS ENGINE SERVICE WORK Previous experience not essential Good wages while in training Availability certificate required IF INTERESTED SEE REPRESENTATIVE OF STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA AT UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT OFFICE MONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, OF EACH WEEK. 44 HELP WANTED SANITEX CLEANERS SIXTEENTH AND H STREETS 43 WANTED tractor mechanics, phone 4-4517 Twenty-fourth. 93 HlKhway. 60 WANTED—Man with some experience in Karage or station work to help in Karaee and used car lot. See Heed, Kitchen-Jinyil Motor Company, 2220 Cheater. 9-1 (i-lf WANTED—Boy over 16 with work permit, or man over 50 to help in wash room. Family Service Laundry. 830 California avenue. Phone 6-6435, even inKS, 3-188 |i. | 43 OIIYWELI/ pump service man. Permanent postwar position for Tal't store. Experience not necessary. Statement of availability required. Neilsen Pump Co., 1125 Thirty-fourth street, BakerefieM. 43 BKLL BOY wanted. Must he over 21 years of aee. Southern hotel. WANTED — Truck driver. 601 East Nineteenth street. _ 4 2 EXPERIENCED service station attendant. pood salary and working condition. Men- (lerhttUHen'a Standard Service Station. 801_NIJes._ ___ _, _ 43 MAM AND WIPE or man to take full , charge of. auto court and trailer camp. I Good salary and living quarters. Call _ 5 - M 311 nr 320 Uulncy si ree t 4 3 WANTED— HIGH SCHOOL BOY WITH BICYCLE TO WORK AFTERNOONS. GOOD PAY. INQUIRE MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT, THE BAKERSFIELD CAUFORXIAN. _ 4!5 BELLMAN— Muit bi over 91. Apply Hotel Padre. 7-1-tf Help Wanted—Male Help Wanted—Male AT TAFT DRAFTSMAN—VETERAN' OR FEMALE CHAINMAX—MALE HELPERS FOR INSTALLING AND REPAIRING PIPELINE— MALE for Rent—Houses WANTED—M.d'Ho.nced couple for rare- i:'!'-r. Kuininhp,! COU.IKC. snrHC?. watpr. Usht:'. phone, rhickpn >nT-ils. li.ispdii'o Hnafl, 2 frj miV: from city limns. _P)i,mo JO-K-2. 41 Knit ftKNT. linfiij-niMhPcl. the Killmorc P.'HHus. Jl'llO I'hot-tor jtvrnup. 41 FI'IIMSIIKI) 3-1-01,111 ilui'lcx: w:il<-r pai.l. A'lullH only. Also iu» prtjj. Crtll nft'-r In Snnrl-.iv. L'.'O Twenty-first ytr,--'(. APPLY TO: TELEPHONE TAFT, 4G4 TLEPIIONE BAKERSFIELD, 7-750 67 SALESMAN wanted. Apply in person. Ivers Furniture Co.. (1^5 Nineffnlh _street. 'J-S-i[ BUS BOY wanted. El Teion dining room. See Mr. Rowland. 46 WANTED — AUTOMOBILE AUSCHANIcT APPLY IN PERSON AT TUB UNITED QARGAGE, 1301 EIGHTEENTH _STREET. 41 WANTED—LUBRICATION MAN. APPLY AT THE UNITED OARAGE, 1301 EIGHTEENTH STREET. 4\ WANTED—Man to learn trade In repair Bhop. Phone 4-4343. 41 STOCK RECORD clerk to wot It In oil company warehouse. Must have transportation: permanent position if you can qualify. Answer in own hundwritlnp. stating age and past experience. Write Box S-19. The California!!. 44 WANTED—Garage attendant from 3 p. m. to 11. Apply at El Tejon Garage, 1400 Se veTiJ^e e nth atreet. 4J1 EXPERIENCE!* tractor drivers, year- round job (or men who qualify: lodging and board furnished. Apply 616 East Nineteenth street. Phone 9-9671: after 7 p. m. call 2-7706. 7-3-tf V.'ANTED — TRUCK AND Al'TO MECHANICS. APPLY SOUTHERN OA- RAGE. TWENTY-FIRST AND I STREETS. 12-31-tf Paper Carriers Wanted for East and west Bakersfield. Californian office. 6-14-tf HELP WANTED—Metal workers, metal worker helper*, wool workers, auto bodies; wood workers, turniture. C. N. Johnston Body Works, 100C Eighteenth. _ Phone 4-4708. 6-21-tt NEEDED AT ONCE—Furniture reflnlsher. Also upholsterer Topnotch wages for topnotch workmen. C. N. Johnston Shops. 1000 Eighteenth street. 7-21-tf WANTED — Experienced autr mechanic. Good hours and pay. l.t an essential lob. Hand tools and availability certificate necesBary. See Mr. Reed. liltchen-Royd Mot-r Company. 2220 Chester avenue. 8-26-tf WANTED—Trimmer to operate glass and upholstery department In large repair shop. Ses Backmnn at Motor Center. Twenty-second and Chester. 8-16-tf HOUSEMAN, over 40. Padre hotel. See housekeeper. 8-12-tf MAX — Old-established oil well supply company offers excellent postwar opportunity and permanent job to right man in Bakersfield. Availability cort if irate required. Write Personnel Manager, Post lifflfp Box 3128 Terminal Annex. Lns Anneles. 42 PLANT help wanted. Pepsi-Cola BottlinB je street. 4 II 'Or.N'f! man needed for full-time employment. See us for a position that has a postwar future. 1100 Eighteenth street. 'ANTED — Man experienced in lunirmt? conneetinp rod beatinps. Automotive Hhop. _ Good pay. Phone 2-OfitU . ___ 4 '^ SlIIPI'INC, CLERK for green fruit paek- ins hoiiH.3 office. Must be nblr- to type. keep shippinp reeorns and do general nf- t'ire work. Phone 4-4011. ' 9-lfi-tt MAX and wife to work on mountain ranch. Woman to rook and man do ranch work. For information inquire at Farm Labor office, corner 99 Hiehway and V _ BI reel . __ 4 3 DRIVER-SALESMAN for laundry route. Bakerafietd Laundry Association, Nine_ t pen t h a nd_S_stri!Pt R. ___ 4 ^ YOUNG MAN to work in furniture store, full time job. Apply Davis Furniture Company, 1400 Chester avenue. 9-1u-tf EXPERIENCED shoe saleslady or salesman wanted Write Box G-393, The Californian. _ t!: 1 .* WANTED — Ranch' camp cook. Trailer house furnished. Man and wife preferred. Call in person. 615 East Nineteenth street. 9-8-tf MILDLY AUED man for tuneral and ambulance work, experience not necessary FIlckinger-DIglflr. Chapel. 1227 Chester. S-ll-tt EXPERIENCED TIRE MAN. GOOD SALARY. EXCELLENT POSTWAR OPPORTUNITY. FIRESTONE STORES. TWENTY-FOURTH AND CHESTER AVENUE. 8-SO-tf WANTB'J—AT ONCE. AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC. PERMANENT WORK: TOP WAGES. APPLY BAKER-ADAMS PON- TtAC GARAOB. 2701 CHESTER. «-22-tf GREEN FILERS and timber handlers. Saw mill, (0 miles east of Bakersfleld. Phone 2-4947. 42 Help Wanted—Female PART-TIM^ houseworker. 8 to 1, week days. 7 to 11'. Saturdays, ilrs. W. 11 Dnyip. r'adr-* hotel. 4. LAI'.Nunv worker, no experience neres »a ry. Mission Linen Supply, TA\enl.v fir«t_nnd_Jl_»treets. Phone 2^7^09. 42 WANTKD, by the day. reliable, woman foi care of small hahy and light housework Saturday and Sunday off. Call 2-;eO!i WANTE'l—Allegation and sales lady, ev pr-rienrp noi'essa ry; attrai-tive salary Carrison Dress Shop, 1S18 Chest el a\ fiiue. „____„___ ''•- WANTKD — EXPERIENCED SERVICE 1 STATION ATTENDANT. FINE OF PORTKNITY, GOOD SALARY. UNI FORMS AND LAUNDRY FURNISHED FIKKSTOXF. STORKS, 2.1:11 CHESTER 13AKKRSF1KI.D. 4 WAITRESS WANTED—Must be experienced. Freddie's Cafe, Twen _ty-ltiurth ajid_ 99 Highway. 8-29-tf GIRL, for general office work. Val ley Furniture Co., Twenty-Court? and Chester. 4 BEAUTY OPERATOR Good Salary and Commission Xew Down Town Location ECONOMY BEAl.'TY SHOP 1513 Eighteenth Street 3-100S 9-13-tf WANTED^Rosponsible woman to care for a 1-year-old child In my home, three days a week. Phone 2-8204. 41 COUNTER GIRLS—Tray girls and sandwich girls. Apply Waynes Drive In. Fifth and Chester or 4050 Chester. 43 WANTED—Strong, healthy woman to hake pie and cake only no bread. Goo< salary ami board. No Ions hours, no niHTht work. Good salary now and aftei war. Write Box 1G5-S, The Californian 41 WAXTKD—Midrlle-aeeil woman, no fam ily. for restaurant cook. Good wages room fttiii hoard. I'nion Cafe. North BflridK'e. Route 1. Box 21. Lost Hills _Calif. 41 WOri.D like, responsible party to care for children. 331 Highland Drive. Phone 2-r,"»23. 41 PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT FOR A-l READY - TO - WEAR SALESWOMAN. TOP SALARY. OPPORTUNITY FOR ADVANCEMENT. SIEVKR'S DRESS SHOP 1509 NINETEENTH STREET. 41 Girl for general office work, must know typing and shorthand. No bookkeeping. Good hours. Per nianent position. PACIFIC FINANCE LOANS' 1712 Cheater Avenue-— ~»*. Phone 2-3337 41 DEPENDABLE white woman for genera housework and care of invalid. Board and room, good waffes. 928 Monterey street. 41 BEAUTY OPERATOR with manacer experience wanted at once. Phone G-6994. -41 EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN FOR MEN'S FrRN'ISHINliS AND SHOES (JOOD SALARY. PERMANENT POSITION. APPLY MANAGER EASTERN, 1S1'9 NINETEENTH STREET. • 9-14-tf WANTED — Fountain girl. Boulevard Stop Drive-Inn, Nineteenth and Baker streets. Phone 2-S757. 41 WANTIOD—Women workers, experience unnecessary. Family Service Laundry. 830 California avenue. Phone 6-6435; _evenlnKB 3-I8S.1. *•> V -~t* 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. Age 18-50. Steady work In an essential Industry with a good chance to advance. Availability certificate required. Apply 126 George Hay building 9-6-tf Help Wanted—Female rTAVE opening for two salespersons. Steady employment and postwar security. Excellent opportunity for confident Birls. Apply Basket Drug. 1304 Nine- U'enth. 47 WOMAN for general housework. Stay nights or go home. No washing, no cooking. Good wages. Phone 3-14S6. WANTED—Woman living near 900 block on Thirtieth etreet to care for children occasionally. Call 2-S513. 41 WANTED—Neat appearing lady for marking and checking and minor repairing. Apply In person. Apply American Cleaners. 300 Kentucky. 4H WANTED—Competent woman for janitor work In hotel. Call at 17.'8 Truxtun avenue. NEEDED to help maintain tranaixirtatlon. auto and truck mechanic* anrt body men full time work. Motor Center. Bulck. Chevrolet ami Cadillac dealer. 8«» Backman. Twtnty-«cond and Chester. «-15-tf OIL. FIELD truck Driver wanted. Rnchy Mountain Drilling Company. Phone 6-6362 and 2-8334. 47 EXPERIENCED dishwashoi. Apply Freddie's Cafe. 98 Highway and Twenty- fourth etreet. 9-11-tf WANTED -Service •almman. Uood salary and excellent future tot man with fair education who can aiiume responsibility. Plreitone 8tnrea. 2311 Chester avenue, Bakersfleld. 8-23-1 f WANTIID -Harvem hand* Men to operate combln' harveitera Exierlence necessary. Red and board furnished. Apply CIS Eait KIghteenth .treet Phnne «-9871; after ' o in. call 1-7706 7-8-tf SEWING MACHINE REPAIRING. 1609 West Eighth. Guaranteed. Phone »-U4»7. . 49 WANTKD— An Individual who to Interested In working for a permanent company as janitor: adequate salary. Must be able to furnish references and birth certificate. Call 4-4686. • il-7-tf WANTED — MECHANIC. TOP WAGES. APPLY GILL'S AUTO SERVICE. 1809 NORTH QHES- TER. 41 WANTKD—Stan to learn dry cleaning. Availability certificate required. Appli in person. Pioneer Allen Company, 600 Kast Nineteenth street. 41 V.'ANTKO—TWO MUN FOB RECAPHINO DEPARTMENT BX.1>BKIKNCBD PRO\ FERRKD BUT NOT NKCKB8ARY \ Gl)OU SAhARK TC START FIRE- STO.Vf STORES. TW ENTf-FOURTH AMD CHKSTJEK AVUNUlk. l-tl-tl WANTED—White woman for lifihl work and help care of children. Prefer stay on_plnce._l''hone_3-n_10i! ; 44 LAUNDRY help wanted, apply Sam Woo LnundrN\_13Ui_Eit:htoenlJ^ street. 46 WAXTED—Woman, hour work two morn- inps a week in West J^ ield. IMione fi-f,:!(HI. 4:1 JIIDDLK-AOKIi woman tn care for 2-'-i-ar- old Ijoy. Oildale vicinity. Phone 2-21HI. 13 HELP WANTED SANITEX CLEANERS SIXTEENTH AND H STREETS ' WANT girl for general housework, all or part time. no cooking. References. Phone 2-1528. 42 EXPRRTENTRD WOMEN'S TtKADY-TO- WKAR ALTERATION HANDS. THOSK WHO HAVE MAD F.X I'liRl KNCE IN FI'R REMODELING AND RKI'AIRINC, PREFERRED. STEADY WORK. OOOD WORKING CONDITION'S. APPLY MANAOKR, EASTERN. 1519 NINETEENTH STREET. WANTKD—White maids. See houiekeeixr Hotel Padre. 8-16-tf TELEPHONE OPERATORS BEGINNERS Fascinating Work—Essential Peacetime Futur* PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 1520 Twentieth Street 6-29-tf WANTED—Waitresses at El Patio Drlve- In. California and Union. Good hours. . 41 SEAMSTRESS—Experienced on cushions. Top waBf». Mtut be neat and fast, no other 4 need apply. 1421 Truxtun avenue. Phone 7-73,'IH. 41 YOUNG lady needed for full-time employment, able to iHko shorthand and do general office, work. 1100 Eighteenth 'street. »-15-t( t > Break the chain of spraw island bases established by the Jt nese around the Philippines and FdK RENT—Tw .M Mln,.i |'h, lnjilses at «HI For Rent—Miscellaneous WHEEL CI1AIHS. hospital beds with Innerspring mntiresses: walker?, rubber sheetlns: everything fnr sick room. Folding chairs. Phone 7-74S9 or i-0067 _ 8-S-tf FOR RENT—*7-foot Cardwell drilling mast with auhstrurtme to accommodate mode! 1C draw\vorks, olst pipe racking platform with f iTiser-hon rd. guy lines attached. Arthur P. Anderson. 199 Siipplv^ Taft._fallf 44 FOR RKNT—rafrpillar tractor. Jir.o month. IMionr L'O'JL'I. Wanted to Rent—Rooms UROENT—YOIIIIK man and S-ycar-old hoy desire room and lin;nd in private horm>. ltef'T»'lU'-s if d-*:r"d. Musi be near school. Some .are of child. Phone •i-S.'lM. Wanted to Rent—Houses 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 Joaquin Agencies. Edward W. Moody, 1812 "Eye" street. Phone 2-2315. If no answer,_call 2-0(i53. 3-25-tf UNFURNISHED house, two~or three bedrooms, urgently needed. Please phone 2-78^4. Major oil company employe, would be per rnaneivt_anu rrlinble. 41 HUSHAND GOING OVERSEAS WIFE MUST REMAIN IN HAKERSKI ELD. IN GREAT NEED OF 2-HEDHOO.M Fl.'RNISHED HOUSE!. REFEUIONCKH. _PHONE S-;,li33._ _41 WANTED -l-'urnislied hous*. or apartment hy civilian couple. No children or pets. Phone J-li-Kii any time. 41 AGENCY manager for Standard Brands would like to rent two-bedroom home, prefenihly furnished and )n East Rak- eislieid. Family of four. Phone 2-8-131. ' AIr._£iirceh 41 UNFI.'R "ISHED 2 or 3-heilroom house. References. Call Miss Long, extension 291, Field or 2-7251 after 5 p. m. 43 MANAGER of local rent 2 or 3-room Phone 2-0119. business wants to unfurnished house. __ _____ ____ 43 WANTED — One or 2-hedroom unfurnished house. Adults. Permanent. Phone 2-7-134. ___________ 4 1 WANT an unfurnished or furnished house. preferably in Oildalc. Will pay $40 at themosi. Phone8-S126. 4 1 FURNISHED or apartment, by Adul!a. * 0| iP unfurnished house or October 1. References. jy"94. ___ 43 WANTED hy county employe, 5 or 6-roorn unfurnished modern house. Permanent. No children or- pet*. Call 2-13M between fi and 8 o'clock p. m. K. R. Pi, EASE — ITrKently iu need of a 2 or 3-lH'dronm home. Pay any tiling. Alrn. Williamson. 1'hom; 5-50J1. 62 OFF1CIOH AND WIFE desire furnished apartment or small house. No children or pets. Uxcellcnt tare guaranteed. _J.'ijl!_3--"l-. ________ 4.1 WANTED — Furnished or iinfiirnishi'rt house or apartment. Young touplo with two small children; steady employment : _ reliable_refi'renccs. _ Phone __ 7-71'SO. __ 43. UNFTRNISIIED 2 or 3-bedroom house. With major oil company. Will be per_ rnanent. Phone 2-SC90. ___ 44 WANT1CD to rent, furnished house or apartment, in I'nion Avenue School district, preferably Oasa Loma Acres. _Phone_ 2-9.133_afler_7jr>._m. _ 4 1 WAXTIOD — Furnished house or apartment. hy couple. Permanent; no pets. Phone _ 2-1 3 -M. _ 4 2 TWO op three-bedroom furnished house or tnnall cottage. Will pay up to $CO. _ Phone_2- 1 772G. _ _ 41 SERVICEMAN'S WIFE BEING EVICTED. NEED, 2 OR 3-BED ROOM HOI7SK IMMEDIATELY, UNFURNISHED. SOUTH OR SOUTHWEST LOCATION PREFERRED. PHONE 5-5809. 41 SEUV1CK.MAN, Alinter Field, wife, small baby desire small furnished house or apartment. Willing to care for grounds. Phone f>-iifiOO. 45 Wanted to Rent—Apartments FURNISHED apartment wanted by couple with no children: near bus line; $30 or wider. Call 2-8541, after (i p. in. call ***^i*-^< '•?•'- •*! "UJ-litji ** -^»JmJJ^tm.\^lit J % L^ • " ^ • EChristian woman for general') 'WANTKD TO HUNT—Unfurnished 1 or housework and rare of two small children wlrlrt mother works, 6 a. m. to 3:^0 p. m., five days weekly. 1217 Bernard. Phone 3-0321. * 41 Situations Wanted—Male WE CLEAN kitchens. 860 hour: aluo blinds, windows; floor by floor. Larko Cleaners. Fhone 7-7462 before S. after «. 67 WE CLEAN housea, kitchens and bathrooms. Mr. and Mrs. Brown, phone 2-3200. 42 WANTED—Plowing gardens, grading and leveling; check work, V-ing out water ditches. Fertilizer for sale, by sack or by the load. Phone 3-1857. 43 CALL David V. Thompson for general gardening, hedge pruning and floor waxing; 25 years' experience. Call from _J> I ?;_ I I 1 _:_ t o 8 P. ni. _Phoqe 2-4C(il. 50 BOOKKEEPER—Ranch experience, single, middle-aged; go anywhere. Write Box 32 2-K .The Californian. 4_7 WANTED—Job as ranch foreman. Age 3-1. draft deferred: experienced on gas, diesel, butane tractors: experienced irrigating upuds, cotton, etc. Formerly employed on Shatter ranch. Write Torn Humphrey, 602 Phelan avenue, Baldwin Park, Calif. 43 Situations Wanted—Female COMPETENT, full charge bookkeeper, wants position. Good comptometer operator and bookkeeping mai-hlne operator- typist. Prefer 40-hour week, not over 44 hours. Good salary. Hnve avail- _ablli_ty_ccrtincate. l'hon<-_2-p_931. 41 PUBLIC atenopraphor desires work In own office. 1812 "Eye" street. Phone 2-OGTi3. ?;>jL l - r COLORED GIRL would like hour work or steady loh. Phone 2-9S-18^ 41 HI'SBAND In service. Will do Ironing in my home 75c per hour. Phone 2-7980. 42 WANTKD—Ironing to do in rnv home. 327 Beardsley avenue. Apartment ?so. fi. 43 CURTAINS washed and stretched. Phone _ 3-2ti 37. WILL WASH and mn-lrli cui tains with or without ruffles; also wool blankets. _ (.'all_2--(3!l7_ or _40S_'>ak_Hlreet. 12 WANT Til KliKP sot of books in downtown ofti'-,'; also typing. Phono 2-0674. Phone 2-0172 Satutduy afternoon and Sum! a y. 4 2 EX I'EIII ICNT'ED teletype, operator and supervisor desijTh work in Bakersf jeld. May he contacted through L. H. Fidler. phono 2-1J21, between 9 u. m. and fi _p._m. 43 DRESSMAKING and sewing In my home. Will make over large garments for children. Phone 2-0579. For Rent—Room* FOR RENT—Nice bedroom at 240!) Park Way. Gentleman only. Phone • 3-0432. 41 CLEAN, comfortable front bedroom, hull entrance, adjoining b/lth. In good neighborhood, on bua linu. DOS L Btieft. Phone _2-Ti I :t_4. ROOM for rent to gentleman. Six blocks wiwt_of_ Vox theater. Phone 2-099 X. COOL quiet room on bus line. Gentleman preferred. 147 Highland Drive. Phono 2-S17L 43 8INC1LE downstairs bedroom, next to hath; business woman preferred. Phone 3-1219. LAROI3 front room, close in. tiir conditioned; gentlemen only, 2100 Seventeenth street at D street. LIKL'TKNANT and wife want a.partment: no children or pets. Call Lieutenant Jackson, 2-1340. 41 1IINTER FIELD ground officer, section adjutant: furnished apartment or house. No pets, no children—just married. WANTED—To rent furnished house or apartment In West Bakersfield. Thrt-e adults, no pets, permanent: excellent care guaranteed. Phone 7-7H20. 43 children, perma- 1-bedroom house. )2. after 5 p. m. •K> EA1PLOYED couple, no nent; flmal! furnished Call Mrs. Hill at 2-4.7 2-S217. 2-hedroom house, duplex or apartment. Businessman. Phone »2-71 f>4^ 43 FURNISliKD house or apartment in East Ra,kcrsfield by molher wilh two Junior high students. Phone B-li!IO(i. 4(i WANTED—Two or three-room furnished apartment in Bakersfield. Soldier and wife. Phone 3-2715 after fi p. in. 42 PERMANENT army officer and wife desire small apartment or house at once. No children, no pets. References furnished if necessary. Phono Hold Padre. Room GOD. 43 WANTED by nurse and daughter. 15, apartment or house. Mrs. steel. Phone 3-!l'i54 or 2-3385 before 2 p. m. Wanted to Rent—Farm Land WANTED to'lease, about 20 acres with house. barn and corrals. Clayton Leffler. Route 7, Box 1047, Real Uoail. Wanted to Buy, Miscellaneous WANTED—Cash tor your used furniture, electric appliances, etc. Wo buy, trade or exchange. COX FURNITURE Formerly Oildale Furniture 501 East Nineteenth Street Phone 2-4603 6-14-tf BROWN'S FURNITURE Formerly Roy White Furniture 2620 CHESTER AVENUE We buy used furniture, stoves, refrigerators. Pay cash or exchange. Call us for real prices. PHONE 7-7021 6-9-tf WANTED—Electric refrigerator, by mother with sick baby, lljlfi California avenu* 1 . Also want railio. 41 WANTKD tr, buy. one,buy baler. Phone -j-Ziiil- ' J ' '.-:' ' DIAMONDS, watihes and old jewelry of any description; highest market prices paid in cash. Earl McEvoy. precision watchmaker. 318 Haberfeldo building. _I J hone 6-6397. 11-30-tf WIF'E o soldier would like to buy cheap make watch for husband in action ovfr- _«eiis.__Phpnn 2-B4:'!i. 41 WANTKD— lioy's used saddU. in good i on- ditlon. Please phone 2-272S any time. 41 WANTED 10 buy. .22 rifle, in good condition. Phone li-«S33. 41 WANTED — Laiue tricycle in Rood condition. _ Phone 3-21131. ____ _______ ___ * ' WANTED-— Small bicycle, boy's or guTs. Phone 2- 3( K (i WANTED— flood used prewar carpet _ sweeper. _ Phone._3-1326. _ __ WANTED — Tricycle in good condition. 323 _lk>pdman_ street. Phone 2-0034. _ TO BUY — Will pay cash for 1935 or IMf. V-8 coupe, flood condition. Call after G:30 wt-ek days; home all day Sunday. 720 '•([ Monterey st£p_et. 43 WANTKD~ TO ~BIIV— Single drlvln(t~hiir- IIPSH In good condition. Donald Bright. Huttonwillow. Phone 5622, _ 43 7-YEAR-OLD boy wants to buy bicycle. Phone li-fi'-TiB. 24-Inch Wanted to Buy—Property List your property with us for quick, courteous result*. Homes— Income—Ranches Chester ! Beard Phone 6-6909 • BUI Allen. Associate 8-S-tf to Buy— - Property LIST your property with us. Fair treatment. quick ncttnn. Twenty years' experience. Taylor & Taylor. 1060 Chester avenue. Thou" 6-6593. 64 CASH and c,uick action when you want to sell your home or ranch. No deal too large or small. Buyers waiting Call Elmer Martin, 2-U294. 220 Haberfelrte building MO-U SEL1-.JNU HOME OK FARM? PI ION 10 2-fifi53. LISTINGS NOT NI-X'KSSAR Y. HAVLO BUYERS \VAlTl.\ti. SAN JOAQUIN AGENCIES. EDWARD W. MOODY. 1812 "EYE" STREET. 6-15-tf gahtrgfielb CaUfornian Sofurdoy, September 16, 1944 9 For Sale—Improved Property For Sale—Improved Property \\'" urtvl moi v IIM! in?s. List \'o r hnme, fiirn). ranch or Income w 11 h RriYlJSTrx & :,AN«-ASTKR 1S1. H Street F'honn 8-86J9 9-fi-tr NKI-; I") list ings tor cawh buyer* on la rue n;nt siiin 1 ! homes, acre homes, farms nnd tncnnie property. El world's, 1923 "Kve." _ _ 65 WANT T'» Ht'Y from owner nlre 3-lwl- i uom homo near school. Phone 2-7USU. -11 \VANTKU T" BUY- Kiiinty In 3-hfflrnnrn lionic; i>rpf>i- I.nni it n. \Vnle or Alia \' is(« ; prr\ M te I'Jll'ty, Vi I! pa y Cii sh. Phoirf 2-T;>:'.4. _ __ 41 "\VK XKFJD property tu s* % H, have biiN'crs \v;iitiiiK> f|iiiok notion f^uar- nntcod. Call Wicker, phono 2-O'J:*'.». l.tifii) Chrsler avenue. IIAVK «l'ton top n 3-lH'tlpon IniKC 1 Int or small Hci-nti:". For Sale—Improved Property PU1MAVKRA PARK — Completely fnrnishi'il, bcnutiful IMiodroom lininc. rarpotliiK inrliidcil. Furnished in excellent uisto through out. Price $1(1,500, terms. Owner also says I may sell his adjoining fruit ami vegetable garden, Id.'iXl.'t,") feel, on East. Nil'-s street, house and extra parcel at $11,S.")0 total. AT/PA VISTA TRACT—Two-bedroom home, about 5 years old, hardwood floors and all modern; Venetian blinds. Snme fruit, extra large lot. SlitHlO. on terms. Botli of these-shown by appointment only. Freal W. Harvey 20:) Urower Huilding Phone LMJtiO; evenings J--414:', 41 INVESTMENT Bl'VKKS — Four- unit completely furnished apartment in walking distance of business district. Will net over 112 per cent on investment. Freal W. Harvey, 1'03 Brower building. Phono LMJCO. Evenings, 1M14:!. 41! FOR SALE—A will locate,) Ill-He, leveled nnd undci or see owner Sunday r ter avenue. 1'hnne L'-ii lot nn West llltivtit ion. Tall m.. :i:iol Clu-s!!. 41 NlrK 4-room bom,-, \vell developed, on two lul.:; fruil trees, rorral anil chicken pens; patio, well shaded, with barbecue pit. Grand view. See Veine, south of tile old clubhouse. Frazie'- i'ark. Also nut- Kent'c saddle mare and two saddles. FOR SALE by o\vner, moilern 3-bedroom home In Oildalc. furnished or unfurnished. Phone .1-025:1. 42 for inspection from 11 tn ". Saturday and Sunday only. INheiiruom and J-bath home; sparljlinK and attractive Inside :ind out. tiuilt three years: priced to sell. Substantial payment, $•!•!. r>0 per month. includinK taxes, interest and insurance. ImmeiliaL-- possession. Hl.'i HoltVy Rortil. FOR SALE — Two-bed room furnished house with fenced in yard. Inquire. 413 Decatur Btrei-t. Phone 2-41SI. 4.1 FOR SALE — One acre and two*, Lament, on Wood street. See W. A. Johnson, on premises. House No. L'^-l. 4ti On Park M'ay—A very comfortable 3-bed. room home. Venetian blinds; has a lat^e dining room, nice kitchen and a. sunroom. This homo has been priced to sell, as owner is belnK transferred. Requires about. $311)0 to handle. On Skyline Drive—A very t'lirtmitnt? 2-bed- ronm home and lartfe den. practically new. a d.indy kitchen with a nook, lias two tiled baths, two fireplaces nnd truly a well-landscaped yard with barhecua pit and choice flowers. $2.',(M1 do\vn. Near Kast HiKb—An Immaculate ,-hed- room home with cooling ducts and floor furnace, large airy bedrooms nico bath with tile vanity, dining room and a \\hanir of a kitchen; double minute and u nice yjinl, all for $r,9riO. terms. Future Investment—Ono solid block of 16 lots. each 50-foot frontaR-e. streets paved, alley paved, all utilities in and paid for. just east of Haker street. Included are three older houseu. Priced $7000, with one-third down. CHESTER N. HEARD 1807 H Street Phono 6-5909 or 2-4522 9-1«-tf FOR SALE by owner, lovely 3-liedrnoiu home. Heal fireplace, bath and half, lots of closet space, beautiful yard, fruit trees, rose hushes and shrubs. Phone .1-11449. IMMEDIATE possession. Four-room house, lawn, trees, floor furnaee, Venetian blinds, cooler, with ducts. One. and one-half blocks off Rob- efts L,ane, north on Plymouth Call 407 Plymouth. INCOME PROPERTY VERY CLOSE IN. " Two fi-room furnished houses, one 4-room unfurnished house. ICY-FOOT FRONTAL: E ON TWENTY-FIRST STREET AND II. 1 2 FEET ON I' 1 STREET. SOUTHWEST CORNER. The income $1^0 a month, $:!">»0 down, $11,000 lull prirc. Shown by appointment only. Drive by and see thLs bargain. IMeawo do not disturb tenants. FRANK: R. BI..ICK, REALTOR 3-15 North Chester Avenue. Call 7-7549 days and L'-8(iti2 evenings. Fpl'R-ROO.M house In Bond condition. Lar«e enclosed sleeping porch, cement basement, oil lot 110x175 fuel, southwest district; possesHum noon. Price .$111.',a. ahout $17110 down. Three rooms of I'ui- niturc. $'J0.1. if ilesii-eii. Taylor & T.iy- lor. K.tiO I'hesler avenue, phone li-lir/l::. Sunday, call Mr. Uaiiell, 8-sll-l or Mr, Martin, L'-JIMl. 567 FKKT oil 99 Highway. l:>-" f"'t drep. Almost acre and half not on htiihway. All for STOOD. Oil nulils with place. I'lione S-SI14. Thrce-lpcilioom hon.e. l-:ant Hakel sfir-ld. liirwc living i-ooni. ililnnu room. Uilcli-'ii, Ij.-illi. seivicu poi'li: In-wly ite, oj alcd, Mew linoi'iint in l<tl'licn. lot 7.~> l'c,-l <jn Nlics street. LMJO fi et deep; t^jOU iloVMl, movu in toda>. ,C!K lea SOUTIIWKST— Hero is Iho country home you've IHTM wanting— ti- room, almost new. Ktueru, shunted just olT Sdickdale highway—mm- plotoly furnished as you would furnish your own hium;. Now Rar«f;o t IMJxLM. Tho I'iiU'.st of (.'quipinVnt and buildings to handle iluo chirk- ens. Twenty-one fruit and nui t rooH on JH'a rl\' an fir re: of land. $S-J.*iO total (U'ire, rea.sonalilo, terms. l>ols of wat ei', la\VM. and shade. In Sunset Park — Very lar^o ti-romu homo, hardwood Hours, floor fur- IUICG, Hi all whowor and tuh, extra lar^o clost.'tH, (M'dai 1 lined linen closet. Ilelinished and vacate" I, ready for occupancy. A spaclonn hmnc for K»'aeious HvlnK. I-Yea! \\', Harvey, L'o:( JU'owor building. 1*110110 2-J-tlO. K von ings i!-ll-i:t. 43 FOIl SAM-;—Old housn at lti(>7 S sirt't't. __ in;ikt*_(»lf.-r._ I' L'-U;:J."». 1A!MK1>IATK pnHHOHHlon, KninU 2-ln-ilroum linu.*«0, ti yt-arn uliJ. iu-;tr Hi-huol ami IHIH litto, some Vt-nt'tian hi i tuts, fluorB, new bath oiunplt i«'lv rt-puimi-il in- plde anil out. Tented yitrd, with room for umHl't'i- to be built mi f nml, l;itoi* on. Don't MHHH thin ono for S^l'.'jU. $i:MiO duwn. il'L'G Berkeley Htreot. i'honti ^-;(177 _____ 42 FOUR BLOCKS from Kern Out nil, 1 blm-k 10 but? line. Pnzy 4-rootn imrtly t'ni-ninb(Kl houat 1 ; gHruvt 1 ; fonji-d lim k jurd: ' pervh'e jmrrh, Kiirdt-n, ' chii-kort fillip tuent. Inimodiat' 1 puhst-.s.siun. < )wiiei' on preniiHCH at 1 TiL'O Qiiutt-y f ruin 10 n. in. tu u j). in. Sunday, or ,>huu« Ill 1 ftinr- —A i;' r, < fjiii't. r Insc in nn Jfichwn y f M>L.t a'.i i ~ri ;f»n. a ! I fu en shrd pay m:r f "> i" ; • > v iM <!"'i!,i'- ir- rr" *j in f, ve jeara. Shf\vn (.;• ;i |.;-ni r,: r;j.-:if Kn .!•:• r.•-,;}- r.r-A. ;iM f;irniPhcri. W"H !••! ',;s j r.Ml'i. f ' r;,-~, Km-U." sp'N.v rli v \ ,..! ; . :-,\-.. L-IMK) \vf-tifl, \\ it h i'i,i> .-. \^ i li tn k.- -I'iiii'' t r.-nJo. M A- ifp n,-;,,- F] 'iif.'.,|.. S* lioi.l. all In ru!' i\';i t i"!i. t xv,. u,.»,«i \\ '!!,-. ia ;r )u)ti.«e. « • I! li ' fpi 1 ' v !'"[• hi.itui ji, tnwn. <1ii 'on*-'! irsi'li- n Mil out, r.-'j a* rrs a jn-i- Pusst'ssion Nf\v- -New J b"t)r(ntrn liorny en 11.11 Mini: ^U • i-L f i>r -?.'> IX'HI. 6 A-Trs. .-ri'it-:- «r <';is;i l.nnv Dr-vo nn-I fnttnnw.Mi'I Hnjirl n|,l hnuw^ $1_'00 tl(r.»-ii. ['";\--' r M.Mil l ,o 11 >.-.'. f 11.nt IT;c nn \\': ( trr. men.•!• «.!' ri,i k.'i PI i .'.-I . ;i Is- a ::-i <H ;n t'ur- ii is)'.*-'l hi MI so n\ -T c:i r.'i K" f ri mi irii; on Nonli I'.-ik.-T tYu $.;nn'> on f-rins. li.'<l rc.riiii s '\-,:!, p ; . •> h;i 11. H ml PT :t! 1 «lii>\\ < i D if c tJ r : TiL' ; ooui ;i n<l ft k i r> hr>n ih:ii \\ ii: !'!- TIT- ,ni\ \vnin.-i n I-M U ••.([•'! II.IM h.ti l.n u n-.t'n hnt iii,,t n,ld AM.I.-I i i iiuii'M fil 2 •( ,\ r ^":i i n ^"i-. .n Skyl : in' I';i i k. 2 '-.' A r res nn T*>rrn • ^ \V:i >': on* 1 "-If-il rnoni homo. --IM-V i; !••»'. n nd uti-' sni;ilipr hou."e, niro fruit.: \vurf h l do money. Ilnrnakor Pn rk. on i'iino run ptrof t, the r leanest t lit IP hf>inn in tnwn nml w* 1 !!- krpt ; t ,vn hpilrr-imis. n\< n kitf IKMI; iin- nic.Iiato pns.«'-^sinn: j:tT.",0, tnrms. Phone 2 -OL' :;;i. Kvt>nini,*s ^-^Sfi;» or 2-6-lfi^ 41 for Tra HOME AND INCOME—One :-tx!<l;nom horn?, hHrdwr.n«l fl.,.,t«, iarui. livinK room anrl dlnins room. n,.e kitchen .iml ««rv- i-'p porch. al. u 'i 2-b>'r!t'j.iri hf7>ie. com- J.iree corner Ir.t «:-h pir:,;v of aha-lc; . \\' - i ado for ; TWO NICK l-FlEDRiWlM IIO.MKH nn l.irss j corner int. fern ••'! arc! M ^-ir.,1 \,>i- :t < ,,11, i f.nly S'M.'iO. $27'l>i ,!r.u-' i:>) monthly. i w-il trad.-> for sma;; ho ,<,,. iLOVELY NEW I-!:F-:I.RM»M HOME. m-» ; l-. ; !ir room, dininir .'.cm, kip f.. n \vith ' pi-:ity of tile, Her", i'P j.f.r-i-h >-*-rv i.icr; | l.:uh, hardwood ft'Viiv • hroui:! o'H, ..M- r:iC'>. lots of fruit L:"CM. I,.,, k yar<| t''-r-,'-V, nice location. r-nn 1 : m«-i *h:-'; ?;:'".» 11710 down. J'J: MI m. .-\thly, or \vul trn'u for income I'roi^ity. ox THF-:SR pnopERTiK.s .ihonfj 5-35-4. oveiiinss .1-1170. PARK. TMMF.DIATE T'O^SHS- SIMX — \.-nrly new J-t>fiIr<;nm homo, la '. >-'o hvinir room with Moor fmnat*-. n"<> fiimn< room, kitchen and h-ch with pl'-nty • <!" tile, lota of huilt-in r jnbrjarvi.i ami ci"is.>f.s. Venetian blind*. I t "i." <l^n- bl»> Kar;iir<> with BtoraKe spa'- 1 , .ovr,.- ];t\vn. nn h,js linn, near schools ,i>,H ni.i 1 - k.-f. ?ti'.'.•I ONLY $)SaO down,'e ; Al'.I. M:\\ i.V Fl'RXISHED—FOM- :-,•.'••„ he IPe, L-ll.i-o. t>nred-in hack vanl A >, l.'i'.vn. ft'nr and Harden spot. nc;ti r,ii = -mss disinct and school; 1410'.), Jlifju down, J40 monthly. ON' THESE PROPERTIES phone 5-39:4, evenings 2-3288. LET'S TALK IT OVER <"iI.ENN Nichols 2515 K Street 9-n-tf For quirk snlf—dropped prim from to S-Sott on 4-rnoni house fill l;i r^re riioms:. That is .lust a lot ol hull.-**' for the ninn«'y, Ohise to hu» and erhooU. ;i ml i in mod in te poss"ssion. OM \vt'M lni-;i (od bu^iu« j SH tor HIT, Rohorts l.ntic, UH1 loot frontMKO. \"i-ry d.\»iraltle hu3ini\s3 location and two houses on r-^ii r ; on.- furnishpfl. Just of; T'I.T'-P Ro;kd, !;i run living ror-rn ^\ ith f'oor furnaf' 1 . dm ma- ronm, two }>-'d rooms don. lovely huihninn* «• iih t ilo viimty. H-titi" u ith throe fiiniishfd r-?r.talp; nue !i very n i-~o ho us*" 1 to 1 ive in, t lie r -i lit'cs ini-onin. \\'ill pay ahout Ii per ••out on inx'i'si mf nr. Anoi lu-r a< i o lioine. Flowpdale. Tfouse for 1 tii i o hi \ 'UK hciiH, brooiltM- house, fruit. tn-fs. a U fen< cnl. Varan t, immediate pusf^-ssmn. Chine to Clipstnr avenue. In Oildale, 2-hed- room oljpf home. J:K ".0. One of th-> m<-or "-bedroom houses on well Improved, n^re of ground. Ideal home for hi rue family. Three-bed: oom holder home, rlone to Ches- (nr n v--nup in Oildale, with some good furniture. $330U. :ltols & Si Inside City—Five-room Viomc, hardwood floors throtiKhnut, flroplace. othrr dandy ft'.-iturps. Two blocks from tins line. Y;i i-d in exrMlnnt oonilitton. Full prh-e $r>!*,"»0, aonie terms. Innnediaio possession. * East Hnkeraflcld—Lovely it-room home on corner Int. excellent condition. Hardwood floors throughout. Lovely yard. Furnished. $8450. on terms. Enrnka at rent, nenr Bnker—Five-room stucco home with basement, about 6 years old. Excellent condition. Some chicken equipment. $5l!00, about $2000 down. Pioneer Drive—Five-room modern home on five acrea. This would makr an Ideal country home for the couplp who likes horseback ridlnif and has stock. Not too far out. Winsland Square—Five-room home, modern throughout, well landscaped lot. Thfe place in practically completely furnished. including refrigerator and washing machine. Total price SB760. good down " payment. CIIOICK LOCATION—If you are looking for sonic t hlns 1 special in a --bedroom home, see this, completely furnished, with Ron'l prewar furniture, nil laleat modern convejiiencen, Nice lot. sprinkling HVHiem, duuble garaee; $7500 cash. HO AIR A N D INCOM K—Ixicmted i n pood rciit:iI diHtrict. Two-bedroom hrfine nnd u 1-bedroorn home. These • Immes are Ions than 3 ye«rs old. In excellent, condition, vile dni IIIH, hardwood floors, etc. <)no home complctfly furnished; $7000, $11000 down, $30 per month. EXCEPTIONALLY NICE HOME—Near t'iis^ side l\\K\\ Hchool, almoai new, has ttla roof, two-cur KantKc. well land- HCHped, larpo lot; largo livintc room with ftirnacn, nice dinintf room, model kitchen jtml buth with tile and extra cabinets, c'lopfl to storoa, Bchools, bus and in an pxrpllrnt neighhornood, 1'rice $8 GOO, l-'llA $5400, iiown $:tino. I-iKA.V H. HURLEY 411 Nineteenth Street Dial 3-ft27."i ON MO.N'TKRERY, NEAIt S. P. SHOPS— Five-room houae. two bedrooms, garage, on lot 50x150. Neur bus lino and shopping center. SOl'THWEST DISTRICT—Very well constructed duplex and !ar«e apartment over 3-car garage. Modern in every way. On dandy la rue corner lot. Fine for home and income. GREEN ACRES—On one acre. 2-beitroom house, extra sleeping room. douhle garage, chicken equipment, fruit, grapes, berries, nice garden «pot: good water conilit Ions. Immediate possession. AS1' S1DIC—Six-room house, lhrf-0 bedrooms, large living room, fireplace. Immediate possession. EAST SIDE—Six-room house on 1 'i ncrcs. i'ouhle Kiirnee. chicken equipment, lota of fruit trees. C'ASA LOMA—On one acr.-. very tnodcin "-I'cdtotnn house, i-arn, ^atfiKt', chicken t'uuipmenl, fruit. .;lc. EAST HAKEI15FIKLD — Two.bedroom house on corner lot. Only 7 yeurs old. Double icaniKe. LO.MITA V lOli LIE—Three-l>"drnom house, ahout Ti vnaiH old ami m Knod condition, nnnble Karate. \v.'ll carcd-for lot. BY O'.V.VEll—Two Flintii honn-s. cm nn ii'rc of ground, nice ^ha.J>' I unii^hcd: in orne .^7't l>cr in<imh, JtSTiO. Some J12 noo— Three hoiif>pn on an acre of excellent soil on South Oak street. Thf* is ono nf tho best, investments offered for Kc»m.> timo. Front house Is a lovely -'-bedroom sunken livine room, kitchen with lots nf t]] e> din«ttr. basement, floor funia''... thermostat. This let rented for $"ir» per month, unfurnished. Then, there i:: n dandy 3-room garage apart- nn'nt, furnished and rented for $26 per month, nml last, a nearly new and mod* pin 4-ronm frnme residence, hardwood floors, floor furnace, lovely dinette and Ic 'f rhi-n, bedroom and hath, also fur- m?r.*d nnd rented for $45 per month. M'inn cash, $7."> per month, 6 per cent intr-rea . Sll.fton —Flvn completely furnished rent&ls on nearly fin acre of excellent" soli, room for sevpnil more which could be built Inter MI rear portion now in alfalfa nnd fruit tree* In romp J122.50 per month. tenant!^ pay all utilities $4000 down, ??."> per month, 6 per cent Interest. Will consider trade of both of these for suitable r.ittle ranch. 0 J-i 0 326 Chester Avenue Phone S-6751 41 HOMR AND INCOME—One 2-bedroom homo, haul wood floors, large living roftm and din ni< room, nice kitchen and serv- h e poivn. Also --bedroom home completely finnished. Three-car garage, all on I:iree coiner lot with plenty of shade. Near bus and markets. Only $6000. $2850 down. S33 monthly. Will trade for small house. OH.DALK, IMMEDIATE POSSESSION— Two-bedroom and sleeping* porch, also Biuall house, alt on extra large- lot. cloKe in Full priro $3750. $850 down. $35 monthly. Will trade for small house. LOVKLV NKW ONE-BEDROOM HOME— Nice livinK ronm. dining room, kitchen with plenty of tile, service porch, very nice hath hardwood floors throughout. KHrace, lots of fruit trees, buck yarrl ( t'oncod. nice location. Don't miaa thin. S:!^",*). $1700 down. S22.5A monthly, or will trade for income property. ON THESE PROPERTIES phone 5-5924, evenings 3-1170. SUNSE-' PARK, IMMEDIATE POSSEF- SION—Nearly new 2-bedroom home, Infte living room With floor furnace, nice .'i.iinw room, kitchen and bath with plenty of tile. Iota of built-in cupboards and closetn, Venetian blinds, large double Kara ere with storage space, lovely lawn, on bus ' 1 ne. near schools and market; $t>Sf)0. ONLY $1350 down, balance $55 monthly. Al-l, NEWLY FURNISHED—Four-room house, garage, fenced-ln bark yard with lawn, lr»iit and garden spot, near buei- nt>H3 district nnrt schoolr $4lOO t 91500 down, $40 monthly. ON THRSF: PROPERTIES phone 5-5924, evenings i'-H^SS, I.RT'R TALK IT OVFIR GI.ENN Nichols 2515 K Street 9-14-tf (l)(j) $5100—In Garden Acres. 100x300 lot, nearly new 5-room strictly modern home. garage, chicken equipment; a nice buy on today's market; $3000 cash, $30 monthly on balance at 6 per cent interest. (97> NOW VACANT—A lovely S-bedroom homo only 3 years old, in Highland ^tanor. Select hardwood, steel Venetian blinds throughout, painted walls in bedroom, t lid vanity fn bath, single garage attached plant e red Inside. This won't last lonff. priced at $fi230. $2750 cash. balance* $3fi.£j monthly, 6 per cent in- tereat. (981 EAST BAKERSFIELD—Near Horace Mann School, an excellent 3-unit court, completely •furnisher!. floor furnaces, Venetian blinds, coolers. 3-car garage. Large lot, nicely landscaped, income $135 month I/. A real investment at $9500. $ 4 o 0 0 ca »h. hn In nee at $ j 0 per month, 5'.a por *vnt interest. 0 li 0 326 Chester Avenue Phone 6-6751 41 I HKNTA1, tio h.Klmay fron |.ii|..i. nil t i Icar. 1'anl un :! I I.IIK.- Int.-. slat" M-MI I !:i Ket - field. All hi-d. all u! i I it ic,*. .ill ..'.'I 1,'ist mciiih. ll:ilf Beardsley District—Two-bedroom home in tjood condition. Nice yard fenced. $5000. terms. Sou tli west —Largo 3-bed room home, close in on Htundane Lane. This is one of the older homes, buc in good condition; (tioOO. JL'.'iOO duwn. Souibwo ---i —Large 9-room horn-* on corner lot. choicp locution. Tin a property Is now b»?irc used as three separate apartments. Good Inrnnie. J 1 500 down. Ta 11 ---< lood pstii biiHhoc] hiisiiitT-a Nice lot and lami' hnuse near htish s* hoot. Lunch room and plenty of equipment. $5iOO. 1701 K Street Phone S-IMO Residence 2-5^2? scnihlytnan of Covlna, dit, tcrday, following; a heart i ».ck AVcdnpsday. n, Kashoro was in St. Louis at jd- ins HIP thirty-seventh annual la- tional Tax Association convention which oiinelndpil iis three-day session Wednesday. "d 1 nnlll limn|i>i k I'lOMJ bi is, S.'ijiJD, U' Ims. ? to I-:- l:y o I 'a llf'oi (li: ,l fkiors. CALL EL k Tracr. j uls. stall V of i c,. will, 939. ! "^..'"^'jncedj rcqinred. ears ! i.. or all,h er . I the i hen ! Index lo Ach A bruins. Dr. 11. K Arvin l-'linnliiny Arvin Tlu.'ater Austin Studio Booth's Hroi.-U'.s t'hii'kon Shoi) t'itixi'ns Laundry t'olTee. Hurry I'ullllon, Joint \V. . .. er Users Page 4 s 11 S 4 ..._ 3, 4, 10 4 12 •t 12 Dr. D.-tyman's Animal Hospital 7 lO^uci' .s VJ. Clns-e to Baker etr H> J^u" 1 ) down. i.'.O ,L ni iiit-'rest. f-'ossession \n l\ l'ii:j Chester, ask for J 5 e'f t. PTK'6 " •• 'iitli inclipf- * * 10 Mays, otin Dtinos. OX !)!) ll[i;il\VAV $11.500 to haliillc. r.alaiH'>> Oils'.-. lias incdini' uf ovi-r $l(Hio intniin. 1XCO.MK 1 «i CHOSS Owner hii.s spent nearly $!loiii) nn iin- pi-ovonu'iits rccontly. All buililiiiffs. fiii'iiishings anil cituipinent iTi Roixi conditkin. Kxponses at niiniinnni. SRE US AN't) CKT TUK PIJOOl- 1 OF A ItKAL HARdAIN". ASK FRANK It. lil.H'IC, RKAL'nnVOU'N'KR OF ('Air I- COMFORT, JUST NORTH OF ClRfMO ON 99 HIGHWAY, IlL'i'S NORTH CHESTER AVIOXUK. PHONE 7-7549, _DAYS> 2Aii^2. KVKXINGS. JMM EDIATIO POSSESSION—Moil- ern five-room house in Sunset Park tract, near high school. Nice lawn ami shrubx, roar yard, fenced, .'•car naraKt'. $5^30. $1750 cash, balance $;/•"> per month. Phone l'-8^40. I. K. .Moore. 43 ^;.._ _n ONK-liEDKi.iO.\l. new noiiu. one-half mile wa r , of. Mount Vernon School: small Btuva furnished; 50-foof lot all of back yni-d fenced. Total once J'-^OO. soms terms. Elmer B\ Kan.e, 1517 ElKht- ,-epth 9-5-11 FOIt SALE, hy owner, s^vi'ii mhins, '-'-hed- ro.itu houso and trailer space. $6aOO. 'h.<iie 2-i)765. ; 41 ....... HUME AND FARM BUYERS WANTED— IF WE HAVEN'T WHAT TOO WANT. WE'LL FIND IT. SAN JOAQOIN AGENCIES. HOWARD MOODY. 1S1J _^E YE" I'HON KJ[-fl«8>. ___ M-lt HY ONVNl-'U — Two bedrooms. Venetian 1'Hiid^. tHe kiti hen and bath. Fenced back yard, dotjhle carafe: extta lot. fonfcd. with berries and fHilt. Phone ' FOR SALE, by owner, modttn home with separate aptirtruent or can bo us»d a» one residence. California avenue tract. t'hnne 6-67I.'4: after 6 phnne 7-720S. _ 41 IMMEDIATE: powssion. s-u*droom t>j««t- ered (ninio home. gUnned-ln «ta«plnK porch, suiKla KuruKO. 4 fruit trees, *nmU chicken ne us. good diatrlrt. OiMal*. Clom in. (3.10(1 JUiio cash, C'5 monthly. Mm NVarnock. I'hone S-6HJ. 41 '* *

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