The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 26, 1944 · Page 11
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Announcement* A Cla»*lf!«a Advertlsfnt column* of Tht Bikerifleld C»llfornl«n close promptly •t 10 o'clock each morning for all one- column ads. Two-column nr tarter ads mint DC placed the day before publlrn- tlon. Phone 7-7631. 1-14-lf U Drive for rent— Truck*, i Ickupi. trailers. Parker'*, Klthth and Union avenue. Phone 2-9942. _ l-il-tt ALL kind* ot welcbte and wldthe of can- vae. Canvas good* made to order at Hornunf'e. 1808 Vlneteenth itnet. l-8-tt REFUNDS on each claaelfled advertise- menu which have been canceled before the expiration date mult be celled for \V1TH CASH RECEIPTS within one month from date of cancellation. The _ Bakeretleld Callfornlan. _ 6-il-lf FIRST UN'TT TEMPLE— All Unity eerv- Ices available. Complete atork publications Subscription! taken. Noon alienee dally. 129 Southern hotel. Phone 8-S928. AND NOTARY PUBLIC at 1112 "Bye" etreef. Phone 2-065J. !t-14-tf Lest—Found—Strayed IF ANYONE haa seen the blue, medium size Iver-Jolinson tricycle belonging at 3U15 Twenty-first street, and returns it, a generous reward will he given. If any Information i« given aidintc in Its recovery, a reward also will he Riven. No Questions will be asked. Phone 8-R271. _53 LOST—Red Persian cat, male; answers to "Puss": in vicinity of Bernard street and Alta Vista Drive. Phone 4-4677. Reward. 62 LOST—Silver identification bracelet. "Dbris Burgett" engraved on front, Troop 114 and date on back. Reward. __1:'00 Madison. Phone .I-!! 71!7. 60 J'OUND—A pair of rimless glasses near l-Vendi Vlllngp. Owner nmy have by identifying and paying for ad at 407 RenJ_Roa<L 409 LOST—Red cloth puree, containing money, ration books, car keys nnd driver's license and personals. Finder please <-Hll_J' : 3'.'!M. 60 LOST—Blond, female. 4-montbH-nld Cocker Spaniel., Phoj">_JL-_-_"Jl<>j ^ 43 L I3l ' p t'L 1 - 4 ? •WILL THK LAD? who picked up cnmeo pin. In East Rakersfleld ration hoard, on September lit', please return It, and «-|Him reward. Vedell Beauty Shop, 21 !>F, Niles. Phone 3-100:!. ___•>! LOST, STRAYED or stolon from Fairgrounds, brown and white Pinto mare, 5 years old, branded /4x, brand sllfrhtly blottod. Last seen at Haker.sfield Fairgrounds at nhnut 3:'M p. in. Sunday. Any one seeing or knowing about this mare contact tlie sheriff's office, Bakersfield, at once. 51 LOST—Army overnight kit with zipper, containing servk einan'H equipment. Hi Eighteenth and Chester. I'hone S-Sldn. 49 LOST—Brown leather billfold conlahnng operator's license, A KHK hook, win-cml pas book and tire-Inspection slip. Finder ivrile 521 "Washington street, Oihlale. or call 2-6:l47 : 5_1 LOST—Saturday. September 16. in downtown Knkerafield. picture of young man. t!old frame, wtlh AUMin label m lower richlhiind corner. Write Box 104. X Icl-iitliick. l -^ I i (_. M LOST—Seven-months-old ('uornsey heifer calf. Brown and whilo markings. Vhone 2-7442. 50 Personals HEMORRHO1D SUFFERERS — No hca- pitalization nor lota of time. No aurgery nor Injection*. New. aafa, painless method of eliminating hemorrhoids now available from Dr. I.. R. Pennlngton. D. C.. aulte I. Frofesalona'. building. Phone «-6IOO. 2-6-tf BACRO-ILIAC LESIONS, law back palna, arthrltla, constipation and proatate die- ordera corrected. Dr. D. U. Pariah. D. C., 407 Haberfeldt building. Pbone ^ «-»:82. 1-8-tf B. D. McBrldr Detective Agency, room 110. Hay building Bakerafleld Llcenaed and bonded. Confidential Investigation. Pbone __ 3-3800 or 2-6669 »-7-tf 1 WILL not be responsible, for any bills contracted by a.nyone other than myself after September 25. 1944. .1. A. Boultinc- ^ bouse. P. O. Bo* 81 3.. pilda.l_e,.Calif. at) LADIES' STEAM CABINET bath. 1012 Union avenue. Call me about my get- aonuainled special this week. Phone 3-OiiCO. 63 " WHO OWES YOI!? f for accounts, notes and Judgments. Commercial Business Bureau. G. H. Slack, manager. 1621 Twentieth street. Phone 7-7584. 74 WILL NOT be responsible for any bills contracted before September 26, 1944. at Blade Lunch Stand. Mrs. C C. Chauran. 1604 Mount Vernon. 60 ANYONE wishing to see Henry Kmger. former manager of Eastern, please call at 1823 Chester avenue. WILL NOT he responsible for any debts other than my own. after September .5, 1944. Jack O. Burnett, 9(17 Chester SA'enue. 51 Financial INCOME TAX PAYMENTS SCHOOL, NERDS NECESSITIES ETC. BORROW ON Automobiles Truck* Furniture Farm Ifluipt. Salary "PAID FOR OTl NOT" You may atlll borrow for aa long a* 12 months. Private Salea of Autornobllea, Trucka and Furniture Financed 100* LOCALLY OWNED Trade wltb local people who understand local condltlona. VT. 1. (Bill) Bergman Maurice St. Clalr 25th and Cheater Opp. Montgomery Ward Phone (•1796 Appolntmenta Made EMERGENCY CASH LOANS Borrow $100 Cash for Thirty Day* Repay »102.60—Total Cost ONLY (2.60 It Tou Prefer, Take Up to Twelve Month* to Pay Only You Have to Sign— No Co-ilgner* AUTOMOBILE, FURNITURE TRUCK LOANS Private Salea of Automobile* and Furniture Financed SEABOARD FINAN'JE COMPANY S300 Cheat*. Telephone 9-9421 8-21-tf Many auto loans made In 37 V4 minutea. No insurance required. No cosigners. No extra loan fees. You get full amount of the loan. S 9.75 repays 1100 In 12 months. 114.50 repays $150 In 12 months. 119.33 repays 1200 In 12 montha. Loana from 125 to S1000. Juat drive up, bring In white or pink slip. Get money then and there as aoon aa approved. Tour car doea not have to be fully paid for to get an auto 'oan. Private Sale* of Autornobllea and Furniture Financed S40 SIM Building (Under the Big Coca-Cola Sign) 1EOI Eighteenth Street If. Verhaag, Manager Phone 8 UONBf TO LOAN Long term, all type arm loana. 4t4 per cent Interest. No commlaslon to borrower. 3. B. WARRED FEALTY CO. TULARE THEATER BUILDING TULARE, CALIF. FIONB II M-tf Financial Auto Furniture Truck Salary PREWAR SERVICE 1712 Chester Phone 2-3337 9-16-tf Business Opportunities FOR SALE—Restaurant. Has best repu- tntion and doing excellent business. Located in rich and busy orange belt. Seat- Ing capacity. 6.1. Trice $10.000. $6000 down. Write Box 349-M, The California n. fi2 WF-I-b-STOCKED AND WELL-EQUIPPED STORE AND SERVICE STATION. WITH 3 PUMPS. DOING A VERY GOOD BUSINESS; THE ONLY STORE AND MEAT MARKET IN TOWN. ALSO WELL- Ft'RNISHED APARTMENT; BOTH STORE AND APARTMENT AIR COOLED. ELK HILLS MEBCANTILE. TUPMAN. PHONE ISO3. TUPMAN.. 60 FOR SALE—Lunch stand and fountain Htid_bee^ ncensr. at TOG Baker street. FOUNTAIN I.UNTH for sale. Best spot in town Net monthly income $500-$f,oo. Kill! price $HOU. Call 2-3503 after 6:110 p. m. FOR LEASE—Modern, fully equipped service station. Ideal for volume merchandising nf automotive supplies and complete auto service. Gilmore Oil Coin- puny. Phonu 2-3686. 60 Transportation—Buses MEALS AND PILLOWS Lowest Fares to All Polnta \l,1f AMERICAN BUS LINE INC. :02« Cheater Ellis L. Ball ^ Phone 8-84S3 1-7-tf SANTA FE AND BURLINGTON BUS DEPOT Sixteenth and F • Phone 2-0472 3-6-tf LADY and two children dffliie ride to Texnikana. Texas, or vicinity, with lady or couple. Can drive. Dorothy Monte, phone L'-8201. 60 Contractors and Builders INTERIOR and exterior painting; reliable work. Bpray or brush. M. L. Herron. ['hone 2-4330. 40 GKNERAL building remodeling: and repair hy licensed contractor. Free e.stinmtrF. Call 3-1571. J. F. Hubble. 62 Occupational Services HAVE your car glazed In the modern way. A smooth, long-lasting finish done by an expert. The cost is reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Also steam cleaning and car washing. Make your appointment today. PHONE 6-6457 FIRESTONE STORES TWENTY-FOURTH AND CHESTER AVE. 9-2-tf FOR GENERAL contract an<" repair work, phone 3-0676. 68 BRAKES RELINED AND ADJUSTED WRIGHT'S BRAKE SHOP Hwy. S!) at Circle Mohawk Corner Jack Wrlgbr. Prop. Pbone J-9101 6S TRUCK HAULING— Anything, any time, anywhere. Furniture moving a specialty. Phone 8-9226. Whltle Uorebead, 106 Decatur atreet. Oildale. 62 TRUMAN'S TRANSFER—Long distance and local. 812 North Chester, Oildale. Phone 2-8914. 66 WE DO TREE topptng. removing; fence building, team work, plowing, general work; just work; have truck. Phone 6-5740. 69 TREE SERVICE CO Pruning. Shaping. Topping Also Trees Taken Out B. Parker Free Estimating 1807 H titieet Phone 2-3189 69 BEST plumbing service. The best costs leas. Repair and remodeling; little jobs get first attention. County license. Phone 2-2192. 60 GENERAL PAINTING CONTRACTOR M. S. Druey. phone 2-6:100. Spray or brush. Home or industrial. Estimates _fj ee j 7 1 HAVK YOUR I J A1XT1NG done in Bond weather, inside and out. Phone 2-1639 50 BRICK WORK, new and repair. No job too small. Barbecue pits a specialty. Phone _7-73LTi. 50 ALUMINUM roofs sprayed; also stains. Call A. G. Willinpham. painting contractor, for reasonable prices. 2-668'!. 624 Pacific street. 52 WE PULL nnd repair domestic and asrl- cultural pumps, sand wells, etc. Pete Lee, phone 2-7048. Route No. 2, Box 2 64-A. 60 NOTICE FARMERS — Largest gypsum sppRding equipment in valley. Make your appointment now. Approximately 250 ton« daily spread. Mo*>t accurate tons per acre spread. It will pay you to remember ibis phone number. 6-6654. 50 WANTED—Tree topping, pruning: or removing tree*;. Kight yearn experience here in Bakersficld. R. E. Nixon, phone 2-2421. 5 3 RKFRIGKKATORS overhauled. We also move them. 328 Washington, Oildale. Phone 2-7878. 511 Pruning Shaping Topping Taking trpps out Free estima I PS L. G. Floyd Phone 6-6674 Have your olrl fur emit made like new. Repairing, restyling, rertye- ing. cleaning and glaxitiK. Expert workmanship. Free estimates gladly given at— 8J3 Chester avenue. Phone 2-55SO Help Wanted—Male. EXPERIENCED TIRE MAN. GOOD SAL- ART. EXCELLENT POSTWAR OPPORTUNITY. FIRESTONE STORES. TWENTY-FOURTH AND CHESTER AVENUE. 8-JO-tf WANTE •> —AT ONCE. AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC. PERMANENT WORK; TOP WAGIOS. APPLY BAK.BK-AUAM8 PONTIAC GARACtB S701 CHESTER «-22-tf MAN FOR STEADY WORK IN LAUNDRY. THE BAKERSFIELD LAUNDRY ASSOCIATION, CORNER OF NINETEENTH AND S. 50 NEEDED A'l ONrre— Furniture reflnliher Aim upholsterer Topnotch wages for topnntch workmen. C. N Jnhneton Shops 1000 Eighteenth street 7->l-lf T.'ANTED — TRUCK AND AI'TO MK- OHANICS. APPLY SOUTHERN OA- RAGE TWENTY-FIRST AND I STREETS. IZ-SJ-tf HELP WANTED—Metal workera. metal worker helpera. wool workera. auto bodies; wood workera, furniture. C. N .Tohi.ston Bnrtv Works 100' Eighteenth. Phone 4 4708. 8-21-tf WANThJr. — (experienced auti mechanic. Good hours ami pay. i > an essential 1ob Hand tools and availability certificate necessary See Mr Reed Kitchen-Rnyd Mot r Company J2Jf> Cheater avenue. l-JB-tf DERRICKMEN AND ROTARY HELPERS NEEDED: STEADY WORK FOR EXPERIENCED MEN. APPLY BETWEEN AND 3:30 P. M. 10:30 A. M. RICHFIELD OIL CORPORATION 666 HABERFELDE BUILDING BAKERSFIELD, CALIF. 9-26-tf THE AUTOMOBILE CLL'B of Southern California offers permanent position to man over 38 or 1-0 or 4-1-'; liberal <alary to start, tracing with pay, vacation. Liberal employe benefits. Bright post* war future. Mr. Snuffen. phona 5-5731. Balceraileld branch 2731 U itreet. l-2(-tf Help Wanted—Male Help Wanted—Male RICHMOND, CALIF. Boilermakers Boilermaker Trainees Boilermaker Helpers Punch, Shear and Pressmen Slabmen Slabmen Trainees Slabmen Helpers Welders Welding Students Welder Trainees Shipfitters Shlpfitter Trainees Shipfitter Helpers Stage Riggers Electricians Electrician Helpers Electrician Trainees Riveters Riveter Trainees Truck Helpers Chippers Chipper Trainees Riggers Rigger Trainees Caulkers Burners Burner Trainees Pipefitters Pipefitter Trainees Sheet Metal Workers Sheet Metal Trainees Sheet Metal StudenU Flangers Flanger Trainees Drillers A. B. S. Welders Machinists Machinist Helpers Warehousemen Laborers See Kaiser Representative MPv. A. P. HOFFMAN United States Employment Service 1300 Seventeenth Street Priority Referral and Availability Certificate Required 60 OILERS FOR GAS ENGINE COMPRESSORS PLANT—MALE DRAFTSMAN—VETERAN OR FEMALE CHAINMAN—MALE At Wasco HELPERS FOR INSTALLING AND REPAIRING PIPELINE— MALE PTI -fLOflOj! /f^ _ ^ _ .1. P /JOO APPLT TO: TELEPHONE TAFT, 46. TELEPHONE BAKERSFIELD, 7-7501 67 laberfe CHEMICAL ANALYSIS MEALS INDUSTRIAL WATERS MINERALS ETC. PHYSICAL TESTING OF METALS INDUSTRIAL RADIOGRAPHY METALLOGRAPHY CALL 3-2489 FROM 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. IF NO ANSWER, CALL S-S257 EXPERIENCED SALESMAN FOR FURNITURE STORE. ONE CAPABLE OF TAKING FULL CHARGE. TOP WAGES. WRITE, GIVING EXPERIENCE. BOX S-42, THE CALIFORNIAN. 9-22-tf WANTED—Man for Reneral all-around milk plant work, washing cans and bottles, etc. Teakwood Farms, 825 Roberts Lane. 49 WANTED—Man for retail milk delivery: about 6 hours' work: good pay. Teakwood Farms, S25 Roberts Lane. 49 WANTED—Experienced tire man. Good salary. Taft Recap Tire Shop, 720 Center, Taft. 52 WANTED tractor mechanic!. Phon* 4-4517 Twenty-fourth. 99 Highway. 60 BELLMAN—Muit be o*«r II. Apply Hotel Padre. 7-1-tf NEEDED ut help maintain transportation, auto and truck mechanics and body men. Pull t)m« work. Motor Center. Bulck, Chevrolet and Cadillac dtaler See Backman. Twenty-**cnnd and Chester. 1-lS-tt WANTED—An Individual who to Interested in working for a permanent company as Janitor: adequate salary. Muit be able to furnish references and birth certificate. Call 4-4686. 9-7-tf Boiier room helper! and laborer!. Pacific Uas and Klectrlc Company Availability CL'i-'ificat- required. 50 WANTED—Auto painter's helper, experience unnecessary. Also body and fender man. <~iood wanes. Calhoun's Body nnd Paint Shop, 2211 Chester, '-car. Phone 2 : 84:j. 51 SEWING MACHINE REPAIRING, 160K West Eighth. Guaranteed. Phone JMM87. 49 TRUCK SERVICE MAN, tiro*, buttery and lubrication: no experience necessary; bring availiibtlity certificate. Two miles south on 99, Oilfield Trucking Company. 54 BOY OR MAN wanted to wash dishes and help at soda fountain; straiehl d;iv shifl. Apply Michent'i's Drive-in. I'.iKhleenl Ii _:ind _(.}. 51 WANTED—Janitor. Must lie active .-mil reliiiblt'. Inquire mechanical office, The Bukersfield Calif or- nian. ft-L'H-tf TIITCKS \VANTKD lo h.-iul hamls to work. See C. L. Johnson. 19 Milhiim JJrive. _Plmne 1 >7_H«.___ 5| 1IKLP \VA.\TKD-Truck drivers and help- OI-H. McMahan'i' Furniture Comtian>. '.iKhleenlh and H. B-28-lf COl/PLE wanted. Man to do general ranch work. Wife to cook for two people. Write Trert Builes. Calienle, Calif. Walkers Basin. 53 DRIVER-SALESMAN FOR LAUNDRY ROUTE. APPLY BAKEKSFIKLD LAUNDRY ASSOCIATION. CORNER OF NINETEENTH AND S. 60 EXPERIENCED *hoe saleslady or aalea- man wanted Writ* Box Q-393. The Californian. 9-8-tf EXPERIENCED dlshwaihei Apply Fred- dle'e C*f*. 99 Hiehway and Twenty- fourth itreet. 8-11-tf WANTED—Oil field workers, roustabouts, rotary helper*, firemen, t and 7-day work week schedules. Phone (-9461. Tidewater Associated Oil Co. 63 Ad .N for funeral and ambulance work, experience not necessary. FlickinKer- DiBier Chapel. 1227 Chester. 8-11-tf SHIPPING CLERK for «r«en fruit pack- Inc houao office. Muit be able to type, keep ihlpplng records and do general office work. Phone 4-4011. 9-15-tf WANTED—Trimmer to operate claei and upholetery department In larg* repair •hop. 8e* Barkman at Motor Center. Tw*nty-**cond and Chester. 8-16-tf WANTED—Boy with work permit or man too old to fiBht to hi'lp in wash room. Family Service Laundry. Phone G-64?>ii, evenitiB H-18S3. 51 H«lp Wanted—Female TWO women truck drivers tor work in Elk Hills territory Apply Johnson and Dunn Trucking Com- pa.ny, 330 Asher street. Taft. 60 ENROLL NOW for shorthand and typing classes, day and evenings. Kern School of Commerce, George Hay bulldinR. Phone i-4714. 53 WANTED—Maid 2-S789. for hotel work. Call 50 COOK'S HELPER on ranch. Man and wife preferred; man to work and ranch. Phone 2-4031. 60 WANTED—Typist and stenographer. Apply Acme Finance, Twen- _t.y_-fimijuid Chester. 9-2n-tf EXPKR1KNCKD fry cook. Pleasant working conditions. Apply Miller'** Cafe. _lil2_SoLuh_l^iiion J IMione _2-.">;infl. :>i WOMEN to clean and polish curs, highest n-upes paid. See Mr. Alonihp at ICd Hosfl Service, Twenty-first and I etreelH. KITCHEN HELP wauled at Highland Park Cafe, .5117 Notlll Chester, phone. _ •.'-11445. ;,1 WANTED—Wailii.'i-a :it Yuen Tuner Cafe. JH)_ I'-icblecnth: lehable, experience not necessary. f, i STKNOCRAPHKK wauled for wholesale paper company; perinmicnt position. 14'Jii P Hljvel. Til BXPERIENCUD dinip-r ti.uk. Phone •.'-•ifuii. _ KXPKRIKNCKI- presucr. Apply in IK.T- MIII. S. & \V. clciiiiciM. 4:10 Kenluckv. No illume calls. r, 1 WA.VTKU—STI2\0(;RAPH1-:U, 40- HOl'U WEEK. O1V10 EXPERIENCE AND TI-l-.-PHOXI. NO. WRITE BOX 5US-K, THK CALl- FORNIAN. 03 Help WanUd—-FamaU Help Wanted—Famal* HAVE OPENING FOR WOMAN WITH OFFICE AND TYPING EXPERIENCE, MUST BE PERMANENT. TWENTY-FIFTH AND CHESTER Help Wantad—Fcmala WANTED—Whlti maidi. Hotel Padre. See housekeeper. 8-15-tf TELEPHONE OPERATORS BEGINNERS Fascinating Work—Essential Peacetime Future PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Ii20 Twentieth Street B-29-tf GIKI..S lo wait on ti.id' 1 in (hnin liquor stoles, imei eM :nc work. pno<i snlrirv to siart. Apply .Sin-ma. l::o f j Xineu-emh sti-'-et. or ;tf»{i Baker ;"j;i MANICURIST \\-nnlccl at Loi-j ll.mse of I-iPiUl'y. Sevenleenth and M. Salary ami commission. _ __ __ 4 !> WANTED—r.xpfrlrm ed cook and hoiis,'- kecpi-r. .No hiiillilry. del".I Wiices. l..\p in. Three ' hildi-fti. Ptw.iiH ^-.'i'r.'i of (..til nt "S:tn KiKhicenlh stron fill .n P U.FtSWnMAN FOR .MEN'S KI:U\ISHI\(;S A.\n SHUKS. (JOOD SAI.AHY. I'EltMANKNT i'HSl- T1ON. APPLY MANAGER EASTERN'. 1J29 NINETEENTH STREET. »-14-tf EXPERIENCED WOMEN'S READY-TO- WEAR ALTERATION HANDS. THOSI! WHO HAX'E HAD EXPERIENCE IN FUR REMODELING AND REPAIRING PREFERRED. STEADY WORK. GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS APPLY MANAGER. EASTERN, 15S9 NINETEENTH STREET. 5-14-tf THKKK salesgirls fen- n-tail slaluiner.v sioie. Some spllin« cxitiMienre necei»- s;i i y. Apply Valley otli-i- an'l Si hoot Ivjuipmcn' Crmu>un>' lli^l NmeU'enth »ln-el .".0 C.1UI. WANTED at. -:1.1 I'liuin. 611 BEM'TY OPERATOR with manager experience wanted at once. Phone 6-6H!M. ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER VEP.Y ATTP>.\f'TlVK SAT.Al'.V. T-'INE (iPPnnTUMTY KOR HIUC.I1T i;llil. WITH KNOVVLEIHIK ">K UOOKKKE1'- l.NG AND SHORTHAND. AHKOTT'S PTil'SS SHOP 1516-U MNliTEENTH STREET WANTED — A while maid at tlio Belfonl EXPERIENCED bookkeeper. man nr wnin;tn. Permanent position. l-;\i'ou».|,t %viiKi>s. Valley l-'uniituie Company. _ Tw''iuy.fniirtli und Chester, _ y WOMAN in my home from 9:;i(t a. m. to 4 p. m.. five days a week, lo raie for two children, ages - and 4 years. .No laundry work, little housework; lum h fur chtldn'it and aclf. Chil'ln'n sh-' p tnost of attcrnoon. Phone •J-t,:;S(i. ft I WOMAN to come to house and tak»> care of 1-year-old girl while mother worUs. Phone J-1SIIS afler 6 p. in. r, 1 SALESWOMAN PERMANENT F.MPT.OV.MKNT. KXCia.- LKNT WAflES KOR EXPERIENCED READ V-TO-WEAR SALESWOMAN. ABBOTT'S DRESS SHOP K.1G-18 NINETEENTH 51 HOISKRV MI..NDKHS—Experienced or inexperienced. Splendid opportunity for postwar employment. Paid while learn- itiK If Inexperienced. Write Uox 6S4-C. The Cnlifornian. fiL 1 WAXTKD—Fountain help, also tray ^irl. Lurry's Drive-In, Kiuhlcenlh and n streets. f> I FOI'NTAIN AND LUNCHKOX- KTTE waitresses. Full or part time. (!nnil salary, meal, uniforms furnished. 7>,rj working hours, no Sunday or night \vorU. Apply to manager. .1. J. Newberry Company, 15.S Nineteenth street. 51 Help Wanted—Salesmen SALESMAN WANTED—McMahnn's Fur- nilure Coiniutny, Eighleenih and II. Situations Wanted—Male WE CLEAN kltcheni. 86c hour; alao blinds, window*; floor by floor. Larko Cleaner*. Phon* 7-1462 before I. after 6. 67 CALL David V. Thompson for general gardening, hedge pruning and floor wax- inc; 25 years' experience. Call from 6 p. m. to » P. m. Phone 2-4661. 60 FOIt REMODELING and carpenter work, call 2-3417. 63 Situations Wanted—Female PUru.IC ethnographer desires work In own office. 1812 "Eye" itreet. Phone 2-0653. 9-14-tf YOUNG. LADY desires position with local firm. Had experience n» typist, receptionist and cashier. Write Box K-931. The 'Jallfornlan 49 WANTED—Rough dry washing. Mrs. Merriman. 624',i Jeffrey street. 41) WANTED—Janitor work in office. Will do housework hy the hour. Phone 7-7715. Artlncy Washington. 4!t SERVICEMAN'S wife will care for children in e-xchnnse for room and kitchen privileses for self and husband. Plume 7-7fijiJ. < 'xt^nj?j m i_~.20_ : 60 EXPERIENCED Kill wants day work by 111 e hour. J' hone l'-9i 4C. 6 J[ ALTERATIONS wnntcd. Price reasonable, work BuarHnteed. Call 8-8U7tJ before 9 a. m. or after ti P. m., or on Silnilay. F> 1 COLORED GIRL wants Tier hour, four dajH S-S781. hour wnik. 7."> a week. C'a \VILL DO ironitiK Prefer west Hiike n my home or \ Mfield. Call :-;9 For Rent—Rooms FRONT BEDROOM. Private entrance. use of telephone. Phnno 11-7253. :_!:! Rradford. 49 ROOM with private hath for Ben! lenian; room and some pay for Hnr-MveriiiK phone every olher night. Apply l'J.8 Nineteenth street. 9-'.'t;-lf ROOM fur runt, wilh kitchen privileges. Telephone_.___rlri*e ^"__hus. _Ph»ne. .2--'»74. ROOM for rent, to one or two girls or servlceman and wife. Kitchen privileges may he arranged. Clone to bus. 23^Ti Terrace Way. For Rent—Farm Land For Lease —&"> acres fine soil. Rosedale district; water furnished. J4'' Per acre. WILI.ARD E. BAKMR 1414 Sevemeenlh i'hone C-O.'.r.ri 9-:':'.- if For Rent—Miscellaneous WHEEL CHAIRS, hospital beds with Innernprlng mallrtssfi: walkers, rubber (heeling; everything tor sick room. Fold- Ing chairs. Phone 7-74119 or 1-0067. _ ___ Jt'ST vcfflvcd :i ni'w shipnu'tit "f HIXOKK Kl.Kf'TMK 1 SK\V1.\(! MAC1IIMOS FOIl IIKXTAI, I'fll- J'OSKS. Sing(>i' Scwinji MachinctJ, 1«L"J NinetfPiith. 1'lunio i-^4:!1. .11 Wanted to Rent—Rooms IOTJNG mother. 9-year-old daughter de- lire room board in private home. Prefer middle-aged couple. Must be in Roosevelt Schu.i district. Some care of child. 1 work .lighls. will help with housework three days a week to cover part of expense.-. Call 2-5381) only If interested. 60 THREE DESPERATE school teacher! want apartment or rooms. Phone 6-657X after 4 o'clock. 65 Wanted to Rent—Houses MINTER OFFICER and wife desire furnished bouse or apartment at once: no children, no pets: references furnished If necessary. Phone Room 606. Hotel Padre. 49 PERMANENT AND RELIABLE COUPLE DEHIRK FURNISHED HOUSE. APART- SIENT OR DUPLEX: NO CHILDREN Oft PETS. PHONE 6-6951, EXTENSION 83. T 6U NEW OWNER Nile* Point Drive Inn needs 6. ( or 7-room unfurnished house at once. Pbone 2-7810. 62 Wanted to Rent— .Houses ! gfte 9nkntllttti fcaUtomian Tuesday, September 26, 1944 WANTED BY COI.'PLF. furnished or lin- I furnished 2-'nerj:nnm house; lot al refer- _en,e_PI,nne .s-.'i4.V4 ___ f, 1 EMPLOYED • nuple will pay Hi'"* month" rent in Tcl\.i;iie for furn slxvl apa'irn'Mit or hoM«c. \V: te D^x E-^SC. Tlie Ca!:- foin.:n. Ml For Sale—Improved Property WANTKf) Tn HKNT— llo (n 1 dupl'V In. .it luiiple, n. is. pinu e ;-:,;I-'L. _ PERMANENT l»^dei.l "J i-l .• ..... t- - ,11 ..• !,"• !.. 1:1.. ,,'.., i U.il.io k .ii S.-i i|.> childien t ref- i ili- \ll». LAI'V " Ml rmii KIII. ill < Ii Mn-n Kri-atlv in I-'I'KNISIIKI) ..r iinfuini-hi'd luius.- or n ! ! .'t ! '. nif r, f ni:o or two t" 1 '! rnnrns ; lhi"rt Ji'lu 1 '-. l'"i inaneiit. ii* fereii. i's. Plir.i>.- V * I :.''. f,u O'lI'Pl.l: " nil l\\o small i Ii Idii-n w .11 c.'i rn IVi 'hililien or v,oi'k"l ^ hnmp in ll \. • li;in«e fur Ih.ns: *|iiait''is. (.'ail ^-S" : 7 In l \\ fen i, n ml 7 p. in. ',i I 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 Afiencies. Edward W. Moody. 1812 "Kye" street. Phone 2-2316. If no answer, call 2-0653. 8-25-tf SERVICEMAN Jlmter, Reid. wife, small baby forced to mov? by sale. Must have small ho.i.se or apartment by October 15. _ .'inu-B «yrr street, _ Highland Park. 4!» EMPLOYED coiinle. no children, prema- nr-nt; small furnished hnuin rail Mis. Hill al ^-473;. after 6 p. m :-k217. Not _o»er_ $ ID. _________ _ _ on WANTED — Permanent furnished S-ronm home or apai tlnent. Prefer west side. Whnt lla^«-• \ou tor man nnd wife" 1 _ PhoiiB :'-<.' 14. ____ :.;! y.MALL f in niuhed house or ainirtment ^alltetl hy lelialile nndflle aged couple _ Miix_4riD-l<._Tlle_i'a_l_ifp_rnillli. ___ nil API'LT rOI'PI.K wauls 1-l.edroom house. l ! of id < n re RUH ranlpeil. No . hi I'll f n or pel x. Loi.it refeienre, if desired. Pluinw 3-l!H4. ^ _ ______ ____ __^__ •* '* T\\"O or t hi ee-bedi nom house. unfurniFihed. ilose in or near Ivis line, by elderly i Minnie No children, no pets. Permanent. \Vnte Ilux A-;t'.t7, The l.'allfoi nia n " A SMALL f'linished hnuse or apartment. _ Phnlie_J ; 8'i4". ________ 51 HOI'SK WANTED— Local carpenter. Rest of refereni es. Hest tare Two adults, no potH. T'our rolns. unfurnished. Phone _l:t-F-4 afler_6 oVJoek _ _ __ ____ 411 OI-TK-EK and wife desire small furn'sheil house or ti pa 1 1 inent. I3e^t of cm e snnr- «nteed. Hefei em t-a. 11105 Howard. _ Phiini>_7-7»M. ___ 4!l PKRMANRNT local lady wishes one or two-hedroom furnished house or apartment. Employed, husband overseas. No children nr pets. Excellent rare guaranteed. phnne 2-92o4 after 9 a. m, tn 5 p. m. __ ______ _ _ 4!l ADULT roui'Ll-: wanla 1 or L'. bedroom nnf unilKhed house or nparinient. No cliildien. tlood rare gun ranleed. Loral referfiiies if desired. l''orced tn move by «n)e of prnpertN. Phone l'-9"rt". f»il THRKK MONTHS' RENT IN ADVANCE. UROKNT. PERMANENT PKTROI.KUM KNCJINUKR MUST HAVU : (IK .1-BEI'>ROOM UNFUHN1SHEP HOUSE MY OCTOBER l.'i. REST CARE OUARAV- TEED. WILL LEASE. PlId.NK ^-76:1(1. Oir.r>AI.I. —V»ai Iv n.>-,v :-bedrnom hoin* n- f ln.n_- irf.ir:. d r.»i'p and kii<h»n -.v, • h Id's i.f n -e ',ie T n'lercroijnd sprinkhrg s\«i,'in a n-I va"1 all fen<c.|. Clo«« to ». ho..i« n-|.| market Jl.'.O'i. J.nOO rlo'-vn. HI'". H LAN I i T'.M'.lv—-n,,n nf the la'e-r .1-h»d- ii'' -n «••: -i ii(.ri,"s L^ • en living ronrr. nn.l i-" 1 .]! . pr.rni all rarpp'fri wi'h hroarl- M : I' .t.!'. • .'r: • • (M \f\ . f*v'n hjilh^ ^i;h if'.v j I:*\Tu'; r ir' k "hon nr.-l dinms room, fiouble 1 ft'-iv • m"n: of flu.t tiees and berries. ! K STP.rr.T — five.room t"-.mi>. hardxvn/-.,1 fl.it.'o ri' • e 11'. -nil anil '} r.rnc l-i'.om.i. Ivi h"dini.m«. k.'.hen snil b,i;h. l-'Jin. Jl.Vii) CI.'lSK IN'.-N : ,-« hmni.. rnmtdetelv fnr- n>-ht.l v\ " ii a M g,,.>ii f iinitii:''. Ln i V t>ri«"ni,^n; -,( :' h hem me unit n*u< 'ed to ea- n II AI'.l'INi! STUART— Pive-ronn, home Im- tliri- aio i-f,tn|il-"eh' liirnishi^.l wi'h ifi- '•>me of JT'i inonthl''. Coiyier lot* \v U h l.Mi-fo,,- f> nnt^L-r, JfiflT.l). }l"i),) dnwn p. V ~T n.\KKl:SFMKLL> -Nearlv r.e'v stur-o home 2 cieilrnoinit and den comnleti-!*- ftlrni.Jheil ^viih co<>d f nrnHrire fnrlnrllt-iC w.ish np ma--hine. refi icera'or and tahle- top Mr'-e jr,;,.in, H STP,FKT-.Xue 5-roorn home, riijht in town. $4 I.-,n liiTl C'liesi" 1 .- Avenue Phone ?-7rV,t 9 - -J . -1 f (4LM-D—S64TS with JS'TB down or might consider lutle less down on this very large li-hedmom home, best of construction, cornptete!-- modern, all extra large rooms, firpi'l.if-e, hardwood floors. dininB room, hrenkfast room, even a lovely screened side porrh nhi'-h co-lid bs used _ for den. Phon._!'• Dri '„:',_ nr l.i,33«. 9-19-tf (3.S-I.)- SIO.T.iO with S4450 down and might consider leas down, on this Upper La Cresta "-bedroom and den home, com- pletelv furnishpd. Lovely lot. Phone r ni;_j_"_v_: • y .16 9-1_9.t f FOR SALE—On Alta Vista Drive, corner, 63x150, 3 bedroom house, living room, dining room, den, breakfast room, kitchen, two baths, small basement, sr-rppned porch, floor furnaces, newly painted: two- rar gnrage. Rfdu^fd to $92,">0. $:>"."0 down. J. J. Consani. Plione _f»-niiU. iMS-lf (48U-S)—I2"SO with S580 down for this laiRe three-room home, not very old, on lot r>o\_MO. iminediHie. possession. Near Greenfield. Plione 2-06&3 or 2-o3-6. 9-19-tf For Sale— Improved Property Two children, aces 3 and IP.. Kxrellent upkeep Kllaiante.ed. Would sign jeai's lease. Phone ii-iiy:.^. 51 Wanted to Rent—Apartments COUPLE desires to rent furnished apartment or home: permanently located Hnk- ' ersfield: i-an Hive cood references, have no children or pets. \VilI pay top price for place properly located and appointed. Call 1.1 Te.lon holel. roorn^JUiL 5i PI.KASR HELP! Serviceman and wife need furnished apartment or house, close in. or o.. bus line. No children or pels. Permanent. Phone 2-0397, 8 to 5, week _da vs. 49 WANTED TO RF.NT— Furnished house or npartment; adults: near bus. Phonn __:-5sn:i. fiu WANTED—Furnished 3-room apnrt- ment for two quiet and reliable working girls". Must be close to bus line. Call 3-0750 between 8 a. m. and B p. m., 2-4854 after 5 __P-_nL f' 0 BINGLK «Mrl wants apartment or small house. Permai'ent. No pets. Must be nice or don't call. Won't share. Days. 7-781B: niBhts. ti-6351. 6:) OFFICER and wife, desire furnished apartment or small house. .No children, no pet.s. no parties, excellent care Ktiaranteed PJimie 6__!>69n. 4!l COUPLE, no childien. desire to rent 1-hed- room furnished apartment or house, near city limits. Box S-423, The California!!. 43 PKRMANEN'T business woman needs 3-rooiu apartment. Phone 8-8571 between 8 a. m. and 5 p. m. 61 Wanted to Rent, Miscellaneous WANTF.D—Employed girl or woman to share aparlment, separate bedrconiH. Close In. Write Box M-5.7. The Cali- foiTiian. fit) Wanted to Buy, Miscellaneous WANTED—Cash for your used furniture, electric appliances, etc. We buy, trade or exchange. COX FURNITURE Formerly Olldal* Furniture 501 East Nineteenth Street Phone 2-4608 6-14-tf BROWK'S FURNITURE Formerly Roy Whit* 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 DIAMONDS, watches and old jewelry of any description; highest market prices paid In cash. Earl McEvny, precision watchmaker. SIS Haberfclde buildinir. Phone 6-6:197. II- 30 .' 1 ! WANTED—A pair of leather or canvas Im- KinKn. I'luina 4-4176. 411 WANTED—Cheap, laree house trailer In live in. not for the rum!. 1901 Edison Highway. C:ihin_ No. .0. ft 1 WANTED lo buy. iras or elccll'ic rt-friger- alor. Plioni;_ ri-5li_4!l. Ml WANTED TO HUV — l.ady's prewnr bn-v- _cle. in K0(i(l_colidilion Phone . r i-."i;i^:i ;"• 1 WANTED— :lfi milliineler camera for soldier overseas, Argus prefeired. Write Uox l-'-r»ill. The Ca lifoniia n. Til WANTED--Two n used tires. I'll" more 5.50x17 unod Fellows. Hed GO.:. r,4 WANTED—Typewriter. Route Box l'"!l Sliafler. Phonu 4S41 Shafler. (inn _Tis<h. _ __ ,M A I-'A.MII.Y wilh small child badly in need of n liii m i loi h. Would luivniif wilh eMia one consider selling it? Pluuie (1»:-L)—J7.M) with J4250 down and might ronsider I'ttle less down on this lovely 2-hr.dronm and den home with fireplace nnd (ill la rep rooms. Near Descanao Park district. Phon« 2-0663 or 2-5336. 9-19-tf FOR SALE—$:!H50. I-hcdroom modern home in excellent condition. Hardwood floors, tile, in kitchen and bath, two lots. nii-e lawn, fruit trees, gsrage. Terms can he arranged. Close to Mount Vernon School. 18^5 Potomac Drive. 49 TWO-BEDROOM house, block from bus line. Furnace. Venetian blinds, frre- plare, sprinkling system. Partly fur- nifhed or unfurnished. Phnne 4-4626. S3 SKLL L'S your fi 'y real estate trust deed, mortgages, with monthly installment H, Kor mfnr- niaiiou. Ph'ine 6>li6.Mi, ^IcNew I'^tate* Liniiletl. between 8 and 1 0 R. m. -til I'On SALE — Py administrator to. clear un estiile, 2-bedroom modern house, fenced yard, fruit trees. On Chester Place. Phone FOIt HALE — Hy owner. 6-ronrn house on acre of Jfiound, cow lot. chicken equipment. slrawhcrrles. outside buildings. A bargain. Phone C-4II24. 60 HOME AND FARM BUYERS WANTED— IF WE HAVEN'T WHAT TOU WANT, WE'LL FIND IT. SAN JOAQUIN AGENCIES. EDWARD MOODT. 1812 PHONB 2-0663. »-1-tf ONIC nf the finest homes anywhere, for an ordinary sr/.ed family. located near Highland Park. Hpnciotis, cheerful rooms; on nn attractive corner lot. Double garage. Price $7nOO. JHIOO cnsli. hulaiice $47.25 monthly. Tou will love, this place and the price. Frank _ Day. 19 IS "Eye." ,.49 SMALL owner occupied home. East Bak- prsfleld, near Mount Vernon School. Total price J2700. Living room, bedroom. kitchen, hath and service porch. JiiDO cash will handle. Elmer F. Kaipe. 1517 Eighteenth, 0-25-tf Lnrpe 2-borlroom home, living room, diniiiK 1 room, kitchen, nice bro»k- fawt room, extra closets. Best construction. Good garage. l-iovely small yard with fine trees and scrubs. Price $5L'5(). Terms. __r > hono_!^7BSn. r>3 FIVE-nOOM house, completely furnished, owner occupied, immediate possession. Large lot. fenced: fruit and shade trees. Priced for quick sale. -209 Arlington. Phone. 6-fi8ll:i. Wanted to Buy—Property LIST your property with us. Fair treatment, quick action. Twenty years' experience Taylor A Taylor. 1660 Cbes- ter avenue. Phone 6-6598. 64 CASH and quick action when you want to sell your home 01 ranch. No deal too large or small. Buyers waiting. Call Elmer Martin, 2-9294. 220 Haberfelde jHj]Ul_ng 1-KMf sis LL.I Nfi HOME" OR FARMf? PHONE 2-0663. LISTINGS NOT NECESSARY. HAVE BUYERS WAITING SAN JOAQUJN AGENCIES. EDWARD W MOODY, 1812 "EYE" STREET. 6-15 tf Duplex In the heart of Alia Vista. I'n- fnrniHhed Both sides vacant. Newly redecorated. Price ItKiOO. Noi-l beast district — -Two-story home with threo bedrooms, den, hasemeiit. sun room, lart:e living and d ning rooms and nice breakfast room. Large corner lot wilh lom of flint trees; 3-car garage. HIM inkling system, outdoor patio with b;u iieoue pit. Home has unit heat and cooler through duns. Price 114,000. One acre with nlee '.-bedroom home. Hardwood floors, tile in kitchen and bath. floor furnace. Only three > ea rs old. Price $4850: requires 11510 for equity. Income or home \vith income. Two units. nicely furnished and well located between II si reel and Oleander. Down- sliiirs is reined for JiiTi and upstairs for J^-,. y ou mn buy this for J5950. Reasonable dow n. Another Im-ome on Terraie Way. west of !*'.) 11 lKh\\ a v. Holh are furnished and ha\e steady temintH. Two ni'e. neal mid cornfoi ta lile homes on well land- sniped lut. Pi ice >6,<iiO. 5 acres with 450 bearing orange trees. and nearly new fi-ronm home t'hnkeii «M|inpmMit f<" 10(10 birds. Well located ahoiu a miles east ot town. Price lie.iiiin. lialf rash. BOYDSTI'N *i l.ANTASTKR I SI 7 II SI i eel I'hoiie S-Sf,.iU- after (i call 9-'.M;s Full SALK- — l''in-riiiiiu sicn.i lninsa|o\v on corner Int. hanhyood Hoots, tile sink. leal f irenlai o i-'antge. loin of nhade. paved Ntl'-el. all rn Kood i nnrl i linn . tins li^ht by ilmu ; }:,(KHl. Jl.Mifl . null, balance a inn oMina lel>- Jt.'i i>er nioinli Fonr-rooln home in fine cdii.l it ion, Kast llak.M slield. on l"l» line, .lose to liio- cery .sloi" and hiKh schnot: $:i_.'i'J, tl'J.'ilJ taMh. balance $.1.) niohi,hl>. fall Mel Hay or Jim Jarvis __ Pliiin,. _2 tiS^Ts, _l':\cn'ns.i_S.hi:M _ '< 1 KIVK-HOOM furnished stucco home, near the iiiipo.t and Shell oliice Ideal fur employes nf either nla. ,•. J3SOO cash. _L'ianli_pay._i;iJ_5__"l-:ye 'J_ _ _ 4'J AIODKRN Auto Court, Ailnbe Ante!. 1 mile north of circle on 'J9 lligh- \\'a> - . Cull at ol't'ice lur iiartifii- l:trs anil rtppoiiitment. I'hniie _ 7-:r,.|9 inui L'-sr..:'. __ __ XKW :.'-berlioom home near Mount \ernon Sihool. iilta'heil waiitti'' a!! :n pel te- l, cniidil ion ; owner o, . upie'l. Tolal pi :• e J4IHMI. term- Klmei K. Karpr. I ;. I ; Kik'hleeM ll '.'- 'J. r i r 1' FOR SA1.K — Two -bedroo house, wtlh Mlver ,|iif! it .^lit»«, te front yard, H'ldli. Inquiie 413 m? lorated In best r«nt»I district. ... uni'.» nearly n«w. with tiled rout .-. nl..eiy furniihed nev«r • T*c«nry. - ii re.illy one of the very belt courts •-•-n Income 1456 per month. Priced ! i; 59<V no on east ilde: twr> b.droem>, nice nrn cv*t cange; yard all ftnctd. Only B. BAKER Seventeenth Stre«t Phon* J-0558 (IT:-L> — I2?S5 with IIBIO down anil ral«ht consider little less down on thli newer type sms.lle.- 1-bedroom horo« near Hor- K'-f Mann School and, high ichool. Phon* OR F.vLE — Six-room, nearly n«w, modern hnrre large tra.ra_re. bam. lot lOflX 310: Jlinn. terms. Will sell completely f-irnishi-d. 1341 14-foo: Mainline trailer in gnnd condition sleeps four. Inaulr* S miles nut of Taft on Balcerifleld. Hl»h- way. :44 Cypress street. Valley Acre*. __ 80 .vRKSTnirTF.D— ')n corner lot. •tucco h'-iine. hinlt in 1941. Two bedroomi and bith. I'ving room and kitchen with tfl» s 'i'k. J.nso. 1^71 Chester »venui«. 51 South of town, on lot 100x309—Nice .'i-rnom plastered home, almost new. Convenient to store and school. Ideal for small chicken farm or for lover of horses. 13.50 full price. 11000 down. ).)_ a, month. Hivrvtow. near bus line—Five-room home. excellent condition, very nic» tiled kitchen: fenced yard. Can live linme- rliat* possession. $3-50 full prict. about IliOO down. t:t a month. East Brundage—Lot with 75-foot frontage, all fenced. Four-room house, nice living room and kitchen. Total prlc* >::>50. substantial down payment. El Camlno Park—Lovely, completely fur- n'r*h«d 6-room home, two bedroom! and den. double fireplace. Two-car garage. Well landscsp-d lot. Full price 110.500. Good, substantial down payment. Inside City—Five-room home, hardwoed floors throughout, fireplace, other dandy features. Two blocks from bui lintk T.ird In excellent condition. Full prlc* lri9i"iO, some terma. Immediate poilM- • ion. East Baker«field—Lovely 5-roora horn* en corner lot. excellent condition. Hardwood floors throughout. Lovely yard. Furnished. 18450, on terms. Eureka itreet. near Baker—FlTe-nwra •tucco homi with basement, about • years old. Excellent condition. Sam* chicken equipment. 15200. about 12004 down. Ten-room hot»l. completely furnished and carpeted. Ideal for counl* desiring horn* and income. Now ahowmg excellent return. 1818 "Ey»" Btrwt l-l-tf VALUES SIX-ROOM houie. eloie IB «• O ltr**t: has three large bedroomi, lun room. laic* living room with flretilac*. beautiful dining room and kitchen, larg* service porch and bailment: lawn and shade trees. Thli 1* a real buy tor aomeone. Full price 1(000. lubatantial down. FOUR-ROOM bora, with larg* mill*. rorch. close tn In loutheiit district. On larg* lot. hat nice ihad* and trntt treei. garden apace, chicken «julpm*nt. double garage. Well cared for lain. Full prlco $3500. 11000 down, balance $35 a month. DUPLEX and dandy 4-room home la highly desirable location. All are completely and well furniihed. Duplex BOW rented for »0 a month. Owner (etc rent free In 4-room houie. On large corner lot. lhade treea. large gang*. On but line, and near markets. Full price. (7500, 12959 down, balance IS* a month. o 16«i Cbciter Phone t-llll l-14-tf In Sunset Park—A very lubitantitl l-b*d- ri.nin home that ha* been reduced la price, as the owner !• leaving town. Requires 1:677 to handle. In the 300 block on Knott it reel, a very pleasant 2-bedroom home with Venetian blinds, hardwood floon. floor furnace, well-ke-n lawn. Thli ii an excellent buy for 13300 down. In the California Park—An immaculate !-bedronm home witli a apacioua den. nice living room and dining room, floor furnace and flreplac . well-landacap*d yard with choice fruit* and flower*. This Is an exceptional horn* and can be had for 13000 down. Another one In th* California Tract—Two bedrooms and a nice den on a larg* lot and this house la completely furniihed with the very best of high grade prewar furniture. Large living room with wall-to-wall carpeti. Require* a eub- • tantial down CHh-STER N. BEARD 1S07 H STREET PHONK 5-5909 OB 3-45:1 FOR SALE, in East Bakerafield, nicely furnished, ipaclou* 2-bedroom how*, hardwood floors. fireplace; doubl* KB rage; lovely yard, fruit tree*, chick*ni. Near schools, market* and bui. 721 Lincoln street. n MODERN' 1-bedroom homse. (arac* attached, plenty of shade, bearinc fruit trees, houie like new, floor furnace. everything: completely modern. Priced for quick sale. $4250. term* arrinred. 2715 Sevier avenue, aami al Monterey- 4» HOMK and Income in Oildale. Two-b*d- looni. owner oe( upied plus two rental*. furnished and bringing 155 per month. t'rii e for all three is only J52SO. half cnxh nil! handle. Elnur F. Karp*. I .'.I 7 Eighteenth 9-25-U furn-shed | fenced-rn Uecalu' TliriRK-BKPnoo.M home on one acre, just sonili of , iiv. House modern And m go.di condition. 1 mniediate possession. I'an he had no pavment. of only 11750 down and $.13 per month. Total pric* t -140!). DKAN R. HL'RLEr 411 NilieleeiUh Strct^t Pial 3-f>l!7n 9-;ii-tf (4.vi LI—$_4.:i;r,, «-nh $u.97S down, or ni'^ht con^'d^r a Inile less doMn for this almost new 4 and 5-un't court, 6-car Kiiiawe ami storeroom, all stucco and trio roofn. Located inside city. All completely furnmhed except Ihe main residence. All have high monthly income. Landscaped yard. sprinkling lystem, .-^It-walks and curbs. Plency possibill- trea for more courts. Tha main residence his two bedrooms and den. large base- ni"nt. Venetian blinds, floor furnace. lull din ts and cooler. Living room !^\1."'. laiyn dininc room, cedar-lined M irdnthe clo.sets. Residence and courts nie nil of bent construct'.on. Shown by Hppnimment only anv day before 4 p. m. Phone ^•uiii.'' or i-53'iii. 9-L'8-lf IMMMOIATK possession: leaving city: ifll 3 bedroom home, Kast Brundage. two b.ithi, hardwood floors, double garage. laitte exira sleeping or aloreroom, lot 7u\l4l' feet: |;:9i)0 cash to handle. Eve- K.liKrt only ^-"fdufi. 53 A BKAl'TIKl.'Ij -.'-bedroom house. 4 yean old. modern in every deta-1: th* best ii no h-iifi; beautiful and costly furniture, K"..,. 0114 rugs snd thr hesi groomed lot. fully tente-l, artistic; fit for any aristo- i : r rj'i.l the pr'ce is only J7500. $5200 d"\vn i.'r i \;"\ raho.u *. Se«> it soon, you \\i!! !rk" '! .ill-l 1 he . lion e local ion. B. W. H.ii-n _]_:'» '-• W Ix.n sii»ei. OildalA. 51 SANTA CRl'Z r:\\''Hi-:s, l.u'ises. nn-ome property. XS'' ••<• '•:: on l'i o<iiern v Newi. It'* fill .••' n-.ll ii.DKaiiiK. I: art ford & Hu*i- 111.10 I:^,il:i us. LJj Pacific a\enue. Santa We need mou- listings. List yo-r home, farm, ranch or Income wilh BOYDSTUN & LANCASTER 1817 H Street Phone 1-1639 9-«-tf N'EBD llitlngi tor caih buy«r« on large and small homes, acre home*, farmi and income property. Elwood'e. 1923 "Eye." 65 Lilt your property with ui for quick, courteous results Homei—.Income— Ranchei Cheitcr :• Beard Phone 5-5909 Bill Allen. Associate ^ 9-8-tf WE NEED property to sell, have buyers waiting, quick action guaranteed. Call Wicker, phone !-0'. > 39. 1660_Chester_a venue. 49 WE NKKD properly lo fell, haye buyers waning, iiuick action cuaranieed. Call Wii ker, phnne •.''•0:'39. IHtiK Cheiter av-iiue. 53 DE \VEY~A. HO n TON' If you have a home, small improved acreage, or (arm land lor gale CALL, 2-5379 1704 K Street 71 \\ ,'.] hi,-iit"d liiis'iiess corner on « l.ii'.i'led liiMlli". aril with inn-fruit tinni-i *£'•. luo ueil-lnr.i! iionsen on 8i(Ur Htict'L. on,; in I've in. one tu lent. I A'le hot:". It"r-,>il..le, wild , oil! 101 la hip | oliliM 1 iio-iHO v^l!h plenl-.- of floor *;-a'e foi ialnily. IM.MIII; hnnse foi I Dun l,i>-| in« heiifi. hiooilei house, nice nh^ort- j men! >OUMB t'run trees. Immediate i'o_- Clone to ''hester avenue. Oildale. Th'ee- hedroom older home witti some soud fu rn i tin e Clowe to i.-hestei- a\-enne, Oildale. well- built home with loveiy >anl I'an i>e c-on\'erted into 3-hedroom home or tuo apiirlments that would bring good rent Two-bedroom home wiln living room, real dining v ooni. two bedrooms, well-built ^-und in exrelleni rondition Dnuble Karase. Ideal location for Southern Pacific folks. Three-bedroom brme on acre. Large !iv~, ing room with firepla< e. real dininc room, nice nixed bedrooms, fiui! and nut trees, chicken equipment, lots of • hud*. See for something nice in suburban home. H OATI-; Ono half acre, 2-beclrtitun home, $*!ISo, terms. Kast Bakersfield, motlei'ii "-bedroom home and in- iTitne, J4!»oO, terms. D. C. (Slhn) Myuatt. rhune 8-S986. 50 !•'! \ I-: UI.K*.M bun cr> iinuMi, almost new; IIVHIK loom ls\lS. twn sond-iize bed- rooiiis Mith cnchiiK dui i.s. tile in bath and kit'-hen: cntrmee hall and service n, Venetian i>l'niis: lot 50x150 with lawn and eiu-ioaei.1 rejir yard, double garage: in Kast Bukersfield. Possession soon Only $5950. about half down. I.MMKniATK POSSESSION—Bait Bakeri- field. near Horave Mann School: S-bedroom sficco house on lot 50x150: hardwood fl«or_. Venetian blind*. **rvlc* porrh, cement basement: tree*, garden spare, chicken equipment; 14250, 12009 do,. n. SO I'Til WEST—Sear Beale Park, four laiKe rncunis with one bedroom and two en<'lnsed sleeping porcbei. *ervic* porcl), cement basement: on lot tOxl7$> with lovely IHIMI; cbicken equipment. _*B*> », ssiori snon. Price f4>60. $1«0» down. UiiD rHKS'l'Kn AVKMJK PUONt »-«S9S ' 811 • fin; .-'. ALK—Two-bedi-uoni hou**; Urg* livinu tooni, large kitchen, til* •ink. ni'e bath, pleniv of «uad«; rhickM D*D> herry p.-itch, garaKe, hn»emenU nice law n. See_at rip Kim-aid «tre«t. H «ai)-S)_|3980. with 11910 dOw». will kuy this large, older horn*; ha* living toon. dining room, kitchen. 1 utr* tare* icreenad and glaiied porch**. baMnunt. double garage, corn«r lot; in lid* city, louth part of town. Phon* }-0l» or S-J338. , t-U-tt i

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