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Bakersfield, California
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Friday, October 6, 1944
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Announcements ? WANT ADS Clmiiritd Adrerttitng columns of The BakerefleM Callfornlan eloM promptly •t 10 o'clock each morning for all on*•• column ads. Twn-oalumu or larger adi must be placed the dar before public*. _tlnn. Phone 7-7H81. 1-14-tt . U Drive'El for Tent—Truck*, i Ickupe, trsllera. Park- «r'a. Eighth and Union avenue. Phon* _ 8-»9». 1-81-tf AM, kind* of weight! and width* of can- vu. Canras goode mad* to order at Hornung'e. leOf Nineteenth etreet. 1-1-tC AND NOTARY PUBLIC at 1112 "Eye" street. Phone t-0«SS. t-14-tf THE FOOT OF WISDOM, by Krlihna- murtl. I have never read a better bonk. I (Signed) Max I.ange. Get It at Everybody's Book Shop. 1523 V *treet. 69 REFUNDS on classified advertisements which have been canceled before the expiration date must be called for WITH » CASH RECEIPTS within one month from date of cancellation. There will be a service charge of one Insertion for classified ads placed and canceled before nub- llcatlon. The Bakersfleld Callfornian. 6-21-tf If ALE and female Hormones available at Brundage Pharmacy. 15 Chester. Fhone 6-5019. 69 RUMMAGE sale, Bakersfield Rancerettes. 800 block Baker street. To buy defense Hlamps, RUMMAGE SALE—Ladles' and girls' dresses, suits and coats, slzo 12, 14. 16; ladies' shoes, 6 to 7; everything prewar. Mo atamps required and merchandise Is very nice. 1314 Oregon. East Bakers_: field. Friday. Saturday and Sunday. 59 SPECIAL for 10 days, Eugene permanent wave and Park avenue machlnless, S8.60. Lola Houso of Beauty, Seventeenth and _»I. Fhone 6-8481. Open evenings. 60 Lost-—found—-Strayed .WILL the person finding a black billfold call 8-8521 or mail cardfl and driver's license to Box 1693, care Carl Ingalls Trucking Company. . Reward, 68 BLACK and white male cat, black spot on upper lip. Phone 2-383C after 5 p. m. Reward. 60 .WOMAN who took wallet containing 176 from elderly man, was seen and Identified. If returned to 1000 Lincoln. East Bakersfield, no question* asked. If not. further steps will be taken. 68 LOST—Billfold with S9. KB a books A and B. draft card, chauffeur's license. Owner. I Clifford W. ZeiKler. Return to Griffith Company. >9 reward. 68 POUND—Hale Fox Terrier. Phone 2-1197. . 69 lOST—Pet Cockateel. yellow head, gray body: vicinity Eighth street. Phone _ 6-6118. Reward 68 FOUND—A pair of lady's, glasses. Phone 2-8813. 69 LOST—Red Persian cat, male: answers to "Puss"; In 'vicinity of Bernard street and Alta Vista Drive. Phone 4-4677. Reward. 62 LOST—Pair spectacle*), In brown leather cam. May have been In Bakersfleld post office. Reward. Jeff. Post Office Box 1375. Wasco. Calif. .WOMAN who picked up wallet at East BaVersfleld bank Tuesday was recognized by bystander who docs not know her name. If not returned at once to 1»00 Lincoln street, description will be turned over to police. CO LOUT—Kitten. Orange and white Persian. Last seen at South Chester and Belle Terrace. 304 South Chester. 60 LOST—Black Cocker Spaniel male pup, 4 mouthfl old. Tan harness with green plastic tag. Name "Buddy." Children's pet. Last seen near Ken's drug store. Reward. Phone 2-D440 before 6. or 614 Knott, 69 TAKEN from 2121 Palm street, one heavy, large-size Firestone tricycle. Will pay >10 reward for information leading to Its recovery. W. B. Johnson, phone 5-9116. Personals HEMORRHOID SUFFERERS — No bo*- pltallzatlon nor losa of time. No eurtery nor Injection*. New, cafe, painless method of ellmlnatlne bemorrbolda now available from Dr. L. R, Pennlngton, D. C., lulte I. Professional building. _. Phone 6-6100. j.«-tt •ACRO-ILIAC LESIONS, low back Mini, arthrltl*. constipation and rroetate die- order* corrected. Dr. D. V. Parish. D. C.. 40? Haberfelde building. Phon* . t-i.32. S'l-tf B. D. Mollrlde Detective Agency, room 110, Bay building Bakerafleld. Licenced and bonded. Confidential Investigation. Phone 2-3800 or »-8669, t-T-tf WHO OWES TOU? t for accounts, notes and judgments. Commercial Business Bureau, O. H. Slack, manager, 1621 Twentieth etreet. phone 7-7684. . 74 BTEAM BATHS and showers. »1.26; massaging and reducing treatments. Licensed massuete. Mamie Harvey, Lola House of Beauty, Seventeenth and M streets. «0 Financial Ifany auto loan* made In 27V4 minute*. No cosigners. No extra loan fee*. Tou get full amount of the loan. f 9.73 repays S100 In 12 months. $14.5C repay* S150 in 12 months. 119.33 repay* $200 In 12 months. Loans from $25 to S1000. Just drive up, bring in white or pink slip. Get money then and there as soon as approved. Tour car does not have to be fully paid for to get an auto loan. Private Sales of Automobile* and Furniture Financed 340 Sill Building (Under the Big Coca-Cola Sign) 1508 Eighteenth Street T. Verhaag, Mgr. Phone 6-6595 CASi LOANS | for INCOME TAX PAYMENTS : SCHOOL NEEDS NECESSITIES ETC. BORROW ON Automobile* Truck! Furniture Farm BqulpU Salary "PAIO FOR OR NOT" Tea mar ttlll borrow for •• ton* •• It month*. Frlrat* Bale* of Automobile*, Truck* and Furniture Financed 100ft LOCALLY OWNED Trad* wltb local people who understand local condition*. W. J. (Bill) Bergman Maurice St. Clalr 26th end Cheater Opp. Montgomery Ward Phone «-«7»« Appointment*-Made •• . i-I-tf EMERGENCY CASH LOANS Borrow $100 Cash for Thirty Day* Repay $108.60—Total Coat ONLY $2.60 If Tou Prefer, Take Up to Twelve Month* to Pay Only You Have to Sign— No Cosigner* AUTOMOBILE, FURNITURE TRUCK LOANS Private Sale* of Automobile* and Furniture Financed 8BABOARD FINAN'JB COMPANY MOO Cneetecr Telephone •••411 ••Il-tf UU tt V Aft MUUIPIII LOANS Auto Furniture Truck Salary PREWAR SERVICE 1713 Cb«t«r Phon«j M337 Financial MONBf TO LOAN Lent ttnn. all type :*rm loan*. 4H per ctnt Internet. No eommlsilon to bor- row«r. J. m. WARREN REALTY CO. TULARE THEATER BUILDING TULA RE. CALIF. PHONE II t-4-tf FIRST ami second money available for the purchase of property. San Joaouin Agencies. Fhone 3-0663. 58 School*—Instruction INTERNATIONAL Correspondence School offer* lob training. Spare time: home study. Free catalogue. Call Lee Manful). _7-7535or write, Box 4S8. 78 •uslnoss Opportunities FOR SALE— Rainbow Cafe, 21S Weed Patch Hirhwav Lamnnt. Calif. See E. C. Comb*. 69 STANDARD service station on 99 Highway, Included pout office, library, grocery,, stock and fixtures, bulldlnge and Improvements, living quarters and cabins. Everything goes, Including 160- foot frontage, for J9950. Terms. Serious Illness forces owner to sell. This If a real money-maker for the right party. Frank H. Day, 1U1S "Eye" street. 68 DRIVE-IN—1C stools. dalnB rood business. Completely equipped. Further Information, call at 1118 Sixteenth street, between M and N. Good buy. Phone _ "-9757. 69 FOR GOOD selection In business opportunities phone 2-OI>53, San Joacjuin Agencies. - ••••-•• ^ gg GOOD paying rubbish route with truck. Ideal opportunity for man willing to work. For details write Box V-30. Tho C'alltornlan. «o Transportation—Buses TRXIB M1CAL8 AND PILLOWS Lowest Fare* to All Point* .ALT-AMERICAN BUB UNB INC. « Cheater Bin. L,. Ball Phone 1-8488 1-7-tf SANTA FB AND BURLINGTON BUS DEPOT Sixteenth and F Fhone 2-0472 3-8-tf LADY would like ride to Monte Vista. Colo., or as near there as possible, around October 15. Share expenses. Call 2-5644. 60 Contractors and Builders WANTED to make connection with builder interested in subdivision work. Call in person, 1812 "Eye" street. 68 Occupational Services Do you need a Rood Spanish-English interpreter? Experienced in legal and business interpreting. Phone 2-1810. Office at 2114 O street. Available day or night. Se hace saver a la Colonla Mexicana de al Condado de Kern y pueblos clrcunvencinos que queda a dis- posicion de la Colonia Mexicana la oficina particular de la Senora Louise Rodriguez que se encargara de arreglar papeles do imlgracion, liscnsias de manijar automobiles y toda clase de asuntos personates y legates que necesiten un interprete. La oficina particular de Ja Senora Louise Rodriguez esta uvicada en la calle "O" numero 2114 en la cuidad de Bakersfield, California. Telefono 2-1810. 62 HAVE your car glazed In the modern way. A amooth. long-lasting finish done by an expert. The cost la 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 BRAKES RELINED AND ADJUSTED WHIGHT'S BRAKE! SHOP Hwjr. 9» at Circle aloha wlc Corner Jack Wrlrbt. Prop. Phone S-SlOl (8 TRUCK HAULING—Anything, any time, anywhere. Furniture movln* a specialty. Phone 1-8225. Whltle Morebead. 10« Decatur etreet Olldale. (2 TRUMAN'S TRANSFER—Long distance and local. 812 North Chester, Olldale. Phone 2-8914. 66 WE DO TREE topplnc. removing-; fence bulldlnr team work, plowing, general work; juit work; have truck. Pbone 5-6740. 6« TREE SERVICE CO. Pruning. Shaping;, Topping Also Tree* Taken Out B. Parker Free Estimating 1107 H Street Pbone 2-S1M t» FOR general contracting and repair work, call 3-0675. 63 GENERAL PAINTING CONTRACTOR II. S. Druey. phone 2-6300. Spray or brush. Home or Industrial. Estimates free. 71 Careful, expert work at reasonable prices. Have your brakes inspected every 5000 miles. No charge for this service. Firestone Stores Twenty-fourth and Chester 9-27-tf REFRIGERATORS overhauled and rebuilt. We also move them. 328 Washington. Oildale. Phone 2-7878. 69 Reliable Painting and Decorating Residence, Commercial, Spray Painting Special Wallpaper and Hanging SID L. HELLER Llcented and Bonded Contractor 2409 "Eye" Street Phone 2-2492 ^___ 10-2-tf ELECTRIC Irons, sewing machines and vacuum cleaners repaired. Killebrews Sewing Machine Repair Shop, 1509 West Eighth street. Phone 9-9437. 79 TREE SERVICE Pruning, shaping, topping. Taking trees out. Free estimates. L. G. Floyd Phone 6-6874 69 BRICK WORK—New and repair. No Job too small, barbecue pit* a specialty. Phone 7-7325. 69 Occupational ftarvicas ELECTRIC motor rewinding and repair. Kast service and -vork puaranteed. Delta Electric and Machine Shop, 1200 Pacific street. so PAINTING Residential, ranch and industrial. Brush and complete spray equipment. Free estimates. Phone 3-2432. Contractor O. H. Hinea 80 CAN PLANT up to 100 acres yams. 1IM5. Have new two-row planter. Can furnish plants. Contract now. Write Box K-751. The California!). FOR REMODELING and carpenter work, call 2-I141V. C2 Help Wanted—Male BELLMAN—Must be over 11. Padre. Apply Hotel 7-1-tf WANTED—Trimmer to operate «lais and upholetery department to large repair •hop. Be* Backman at Motor Center. Twenty-second and Chester. 8-16-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 BUILDINO BAKERSFIELD, CALIF. 9-26-tf EXPERIENCED ahoe aalealady or •ales- man wanted Writ* Box O-3DS. The Calltornlan. 8-g-tf NEEDED to belp maintain transportation, auto and truck mechanic* and body men. Full time work. Motor Center. Bulck, Chevrolet anil Cadillac dealer. Be* Backman. Twenty-eecond and Cheater. 8-lB-tf WANTED — PARTS JIAN. GOOD SAL. ARY AND WORKING CONDITIONS. THRASHER MOTORS COMPANY. 2631 _ CHESTER. 9-30-tt WANTED—Farm hands. Box 860, Route 3. Phone 2-9080. 69 WANTED—An Individual who to Interested In working for a permanent company as janitor: adequate salary. Muit be able to furnish references and birth cer tiflcaie. Call 4-4686. »-7-tf MECHANICS wanted. Attractive offer. JIust have hand tools; availability cer- teficate .'cquired. See shop foreman, Packard Acency. 2210 Chester avenue. 10-2-tf HELP WANTED—Men 18 to 40 years for field woric on geophysical crew, experience unnecessary; essential industry. Apply Western Geophysical Company, 20 Crites huiMing. 69 WANTED—A GARAGB ATTENDANT AND A MECHANIC'S HELPER. APPLY AT THE UNITED GARAGE, 1301 EIGHTEENTH. 68 WANTED—Bus boy. Applv El Tejon hotel dining room. See Mr. Rowen. 64 WANTED—Two helpers for portable drill rie. 613 Washington, Olldale. Phone 2-7779. 69 MAN—Clerk In merchandise store. East Bakersfleld. Knowledge of hardware preferred. A Rood steady position for the risht man. Box N-31. The Callfornlan. . 68 EXPERIENCED service station salesman. Good salary and excellent future. Must have fair education and able to assume respon sibility of training and directing others. Firestone Stores, 2331 Chester, Bakersfield. 9-30-tf HELPER WANTED on seismoEraph crew. Experience not required: steady lob In an essential Industry; availability certificate required. Apply 126 George Hay buildlne. .. 10-2-tt WANTED—General blacksmith and welder. O. O. Barnett. HcFarland. Phone 27-3 68 WANTED—NIGHT GARAGE ATTENDANT. APPLY UNITED GARAGE, 1301 EIGHTEENTH STRKKT. 61 COTTON PICKERS—1000 acres, making better than a hnle. Houslni? or transportation furnished. Call 2-7797 after fi:.'10 p. in. 59 WANTED—Two plumbers and two helpers. Owen Clark. 1R07 North Chester Hvonue. I'houc 9-9952. 59 WANT—Exnnrleneed fry cook. Apply Freddie's Cafe, 09 Highway and Twenty-" fourth street. 10-5-tf WANTED — Tractor mechanics. Twenty-fourth and Highway 99. Ace Tractor Company. 65 STOREMAN—For old established oil field supply company. Permanent position. Write Box E-768, The Californian. 62 WANTED — TRUCK AND AUTO MECHANICS. APPLY SOUTHERN GARAGE. TWENTY-THIRD AND I STREETS. 12-31-tf LABORERS IN ESSENTIAL INDUSTRY, STEADY EMPLOYMENT. APPLY CONSOLIDATED PIPE COMPANY OFFICE, _TRUXTUN AND UNION AVENUE. 61 COTTON PICKERS wanted, 4 mile south Fairfax School. Routo 6, Box 562. Phone 2-5066. See Neely or Vernon Wallls. . 63 PRESSER — Steady work, top wages, pleasant working renditions. Availability certificate required. Apply Post Cleaners, Minter Field. Pbone 7-7631. extension _337. 60 UNITED GEOPHYSICAL CO. Needs THREE DRILLERS TWO OBSERVERS For work on seismograph prospecting crow in Venezuela. Apply 1016 Union Avenue or U. S. Employment Office 60 WANTED—Couple to work on ranch, man to drive tractor, and wife to cook for crew. Call lit person, 615 East Nine- tocntli. 10-6-tt WANTED helpers for seismograph crews. United Geophysical Company, 1016 Union. .. L 69 HELP WANTED at Minter Field Cooks, waitresses, dishwashers, bus boys, janitors and lounge orderlies. Apply at U. S. Employment Agency, 130Q Seventeenth, Bakersfteld, or Civilian Personnel Office, Minter Field. 69 A GOOD TIRE SERVICE MAN. EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY WITH LARGE CORPORATION. GOOD PAY. APPLY B. K. GOODRICH STORE. TWENTY- FIRST AND K. PHONE 4-4701. 69 H«lp Wanted—M«l*> Help Wanted—Mai* AT TAFT Oiler for Gas Engine Compressor Plant—Male Draftsman, Veteran or Female Chainman, Male AT BAKERSFIELD Helpers for Installing and repairing pipe lines—male. AT WASCO Helper for installing and repairing pipe lines—male. Serviceman—male. AT LEBEC Pipeline repairman—male. AVAILABILITY CERTIFICATE REQUIRED Apply to Phones Taft 464, Bakersfield 7-7501, Wasco 4231, Lebec 18 79 XT ONCE. WILL THAIN TOU FOR AN EXCELLENT PATTING JOB WITH PERMANENT FUTURE IN OIL INDUSTRY. GOOD WAGES WHILE LEARING (5-DAY WEEK). SEE MR. MASON AT 20 CRITES BUILDING .TWENTIETH AND "EYE" STREETS SELECTED APPLICANTS WILL START IN OFFICE IMMEDIATELY . 89 Help Wanted—Mat* AVAILABILITY CERTIFICATE REQUIRED INTERVIEW 10 A. M. TO 2 P. M SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1944 727 East Twenty-first Street B8 EXPERIENCED TIRE MAN. GOOD SALARY. EXCELLENT POSTWAR OPPORTUNITY. FIRESTONE STORES TWENTY-FOURTH AND CHESTER AVENUE. 8-30-tf WANTED. AT ONCE. AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC. PERMANENT WORK TOP WAGES. APPLY BAKER-ADAMS PONT1AC GARAGE, 2701 CHESTER. 6-22-tf 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—Experienced auto mechanic. Good hours and pay, In an essential job. Hand tools and availability certificate necessary. See Mr. Reed. Kltcben-Boyd Motor Company, 2220 Chester avenue. 8-26-tf WELDER needed at once. Frank Russet Blacksmith. Welding and Machine Shop ._ Fhone Shatter 717. CO Jobs available In this war essential Industry with a postwar future. Apply to Vic Ineham or Gconre Sheeham. o 3301 Chester Avenue _At S. P. Railroad Track! 67 AUTO MECHANIC and helper wanted. Apply Cheeseman's Garage, 1909 Union avenue. 61 BOY for yard work once a week. 1715 Alta Vista. 6g WANTED—Oil field workers, roustabouts, rotary helpers, firemen, 6 and 7-day work week echedules. Phone 9-9481. Tidewater Associated Oil Company. 67 WANTED — Groceryman. experienced. ply In peraon. 1801 Nlles. 68 WANTED—Tire service man. Good future, good salary. Apply Smart Tire Store. 830 Twenty-flrat street. 81 TRUCK SERVICE MEN—Tires, batteries, lubrication: no experience necessary. Bring availability slip. Oilfield Trucking Company, 2 miles south on 99 High way. 68 WANTED—One truck mechanic and one lubrication man. Permanent to right men. Kern Rock Company. Callowav. Phone 2-6913. 61 HIGH SCHOOL BOY. OVER 16. FOR PART-TIME WORK IN LAUNDRY BAKERSFIELD LAUNDRY ASSOCIATION, CORNER NINETEENTH AND S. 61 Help Wanted—F«mal« TELEPHONE OPERATORS BEGINNERS Fascinating Work—Essential Peacetime Future PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 1520 Twentieth Street 6-29-tf EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN FOR MEN'S FURNISHINGS AND SHOES. GOOD SALARY. PERMANENT POSITION. APPLY MANAGER EASTERN. 162} NINETEENTH STREET. 8-14-tf WANTED—Sandwich girls and dishwashers. Apply 4050 Chester or Fifth and Chester. Wayne's Drive-In. 60 WANTED—PBX OPERATOR. BETWEEN 21 AND 30 YEARS. APPLY AT YELLOW CAH COMPANY, 1301 EIGHTEENTH _. STREET. 66 KITCHEN HELPER—APPLY MICHENER'S DRIVE-IN. EIGHTEENTH AND Q STREETS. 68 TB SANATORIUM on coast require* graduate registered nurses and nursea aides for steady work, ilight-hour day. Good salary to start. Monterey County Hos- pilal. TB Sanatorium, Salinas, Calif. 69 EXPERIENCED waitress wanted. Freddie's Cafe, Twenty-fourth and Highway «9. 10-5-tf WANTED—Experienced office ftlrl with some bookkeeping knowledge. Permanent .._ position. Phono 8-8522. 69 WOMAN to help with light housework Monday and Tuesday mornings. 1715 Alta. Visla. Phone 2-1459. 58 FOR the young woman Interested In photography, full-time steady employment in first class studio wltb excellent working conditions. Salary while you tire learning. Must bo out of school. Phono 2-03'Jl. 2115 Alta Visla Drive. 59 MAID waimd, while. Hour work. Hamilton hotel. Phone 2-aB44. 68 HOUSEKEEPER or maid for two adulti. Permanent work. Go home nights or may on place. Nice room, bath connecting. Tw<> meals dally. Sundaya off. Good wages. Phone 2-0392. 69 ler's Helper Whether experienced or not wo may have tho position you are looking for. APPLY SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE THIRD FLOOR 60 WANTED—Girl or woman to- care for children while mother works. Phone 2-0394 or 2-1408. 6» WANTED—Dependable white woman for light housework and companion to elderly lady. Good wages, board and room. Fhone 2-6948. . 69 WANTED—Counttlca saleslady. 21 yeari of ago or over. Oood pay, steady position. No pbone calls; apply In person to Mr. Bet-be at. Beebe's Save More Drup; Store. 2000 Chester avenue. B» WANTED—Oood home for well-behaved 11-year-old girt Call after T D. m. i-4697. • 80 PBX OPERATOR WANTED—WB WILL TRAIN IJ» APPLICANT IB OVER 21 AND 18 FAMILIAR WITH THE TOWN. APPLY IN PERSON AT THE YELLOW CAB , COMPANY. 1301 EIGHTEENTH tt Halp Wantad—Famala BEAUTY operator wanted. Irene Roux Beauty Snlon. ill: Truxlun avenue. 59 WANTED—Experienced waitress, steady. Apply dining room. Hotel El Tejon. 69 WANTED—Typist and stenogra pher. Apply Acme Finance, Twen ty-fifth and Chester. 9-26-t Wanted to Rent—Houses EXPERIENCED sandwich girl. Toi wagea. Michener'8 Drive-In. PULL or part-time housekeeper. Live In home if possible. Phone 2-4470. WANTED—Fountain girl, sandwich Kirl and tray girl. Lariy's Drlvc-ln, 100 Eighteenth street. 6 WANT experienced fry cool:. Apply Fred •lie's CHfi>. !i'j Highway and Twenty fourth streets. 10-5-t CADKT WIFE to stay with child one day a week; transportation provided. Phon 2-5789. E. EXPERIENCED notion counter clerk. Ap ply in person at \VeilPs personnel office [.I COTTON PICKERS—1000 acres, making better than a bale. Housing or tran« portatlon furnished. Call 2-7797 af(e 6:30 p. m. 5! POSITIONS AVAILABLE A3 8ERVICT STATION SALESWOMAN. PREVIOUS KXPEIUEXCK NOT ESSENTIAL OP PORTKMTY FOR VALUABLE TRAIN ING WITH PAY. PERSONS CUR KKNT1.Y EMPLOYED IN WAR INDUSTRIES WILL NOT BE rO.VSID ERKD. APPLY SHELL OIL COM PANY. INC., 900 SACRAMENTO. BAK ERSFIELD. OR ANY SHELL OFFIC10 10-fi-t WANT tray hop and fountain girl. K Patio Drive Inn. Union and Californi avenue. $ WOMAN tn rlo laundry and clean house 6,'ic per hour. 603 Linda Vlsia. I'lioni 3-2448 after 5. WANTED—Lady to make specific phom en Ms from own home, experienced oper ator. Call tn person, 1812 "Eye" street 58 EXPERIENCED waitress wanted for tern porary work. Highland Park Cafe, 1907 North Chester. Phone 2-0445. IF TOTT have hart some retail selling ex pcrlence and wan f a permanent position nee the Valley Office and School Equipment Company, 1621 Nineteenth street Bakersfield. 59 SALESLADIES WANTED No Experience Necessary Steady Employment F. AV. \VOOLWOHTH CO. 1408 Nineteenth street COLORED maid for housework; (rood pay and good hours. Hotel. Phone 2-9581 . 60 MAID lor full-time work at Travelers motel. 916 Union. Phone 2-8912. PRESSER — Stendy work, top waires pleasant working conditions. Availability certificate requited. Apply Post Cleaners. Minter Field. Phono 7-7691. cxteusioi _J1IL fiO TWO WOMEN, one older, to assist working mother with cure of children. In exchange for board and room; one for general housework mid laundry. Hours 12 to 8 daily If possible. Or board, room and c.are for three children. Close to my home. 424 Pacific. Phone 2-842S 59 WOMAN wanted, fountain work, meals furnished. Availability required. Luuky'n 1818 K. 61 Help Wanted—Salesmen SALESMAN WANTED—McMahan'a Fur- nitur* Company. Eighteenth and H. . 9-2«-tf SALESMEN—Insulation. Can make »200 a month and up. Its use recommended by the government. Inquire C. L. Van Voant, Padre hotel. Bakersfleld. 10-4-tl AVAILABILITY CERTIFICATE REQUIRED INTERVIEW 10 A. M. TO 2 P. M. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1944 727 East Twenty-first Street 6S WANTED—Licensed Insurance agent to take charge of Insurance department; 16% commission. Call In person. 1812 "Eye" street. 68 WANTED—Licensed real estate salesman. A perfect opportunity for large Income. Call in person, Ban Joaquln Agencies, 1812 "Eye" street. 68 Situations Wanted—Male WE DO HOUSECLEANING—Kitchens and bathroom*. Air. and Mrs. Brown. Phone 2-3200. 69 I RENOVATE, rcseed and fertilize lawn_ and haul away the rubbish, 2c a square foot. Phono 4-4160. Richard Halle.v Gardening Service. SO Situations Wanted—Female PUBLIC ctenographer dealres work In own office. 1812 "Eye" street. Phone 2-0658. 9-14-tf WILL care for children evenlnKS. Phone 2-6834. Saturday and Sunday. 69 MOTHER and 18-year-old son wishes lob as caretaker, neat and capable. Mrs. _Welsh, 3315 Chester. 68 PERMANENT local woman, experienced In general office work and Inventories. wiahea ateady employment with local concern. Phone 2-1402 or 2-0394. 68 [ WILL turn shirt collars in my home. 15c each. Sirs. D. F. Coffey, 1113 Pearl. C (1 WE CLEAN kiti-heiiH. 85r hour: also blinds, windows: floors by the floor. Larko Cleaners. Phone 7-74G2 before 8, after 6, 135 SERVICE GIRL, with child, will cure for child in exchuliKC for iMianl and room. Fhone 2-8845, Mrs. McArtbur. BO UNIFORMS laundered at homo. No delivery. Phone £-5938. (id For Rent—Rooms FOR RENT—Room In private home, use of telephone, parking,Hpace for cur. Gentleman preferred. 1811 Alta Vista Drive. Phone 2-4515. 59 — . ,—~—~^j — NICE! ROOM for rent in private home. kitchen ptlvllcgcB; no pets, no children. no drlnlilng. 1518 Itlrhland. 5!) ROOM wltn adjoining bath. oiitHkle entrance: rent to eentlcnmri; references. 3706 Seventeenth street. •'OH RENT—Eurnishcd hou**rlu'<-pinj; room. (Unities imicl. thai preferred. 930 Truxtun. FRONT bedroom, adjolnlnc bmli. niodi-rn. comfortable and clean, near lju« t- : *o nt phone. Gentleman preferred. tiOU Flower. Till For Rent—House* WILL exchange 3-bedroom unfurnished house In Los Angeles for same in Hak- ersfleld. Tour adults, references. Phono 2-41145. 6 o FOR RENT—Trailer house, at 3C17 M street, to adults only. 68 SMALL. HOUSE, East Makers!leld, near bun. Clean but not fancy. Attractive rent to permanent home-lnviiie sinulc person, llox 970-K. The Cnllfiirnlun. For Ront—Apartments WI ,L trade 3-room apartment near Kern General Hospital for 2-bedroom house or equivalent. Pbone 2-4.124. 5'J For Rent—Farm Land Tor L*a»—55 *cre* (In* *oli. Rosedala district: water furnished, 149 per acr*. WILLARD B. BAKER 1414 Seventeenth Phone Z-0555 »-l3-tf For Ront—Miscellaneous WHEEL CHAIRS, hospital bed* with lnB«r*prlni mattrMM*: walker*, rubber •h**tln«: everrtbtnf faj IM ettalr*. Pbon* 1 lor *tck room, fold- •T4lt or 1-0007. f-I-tf Wanted to Rant—Rooms WOMAN, son. 18, both employed day*, want rooms, exchange (or somo houso- woi|t. Christians, no bad habits'. Mrs. Wel*b. Bus B-flO. The Californian. «o No charge for renting or iendln preferred people to rent you homes, apartments or courts. Onl those meetinR your requirement will call. Phone early, San Joaqul Agencies. Edward W. Moody. 181 "Eye" street. Phone 2-2315. If n answer, call 2-0653. 3-25-tf WANTED -One or two-bedroom house, fu nlshed or unfurnished Best of refe ences In BnkerarieM. Have child schoo nise. Will tnke lease. Phone 2-2613. 5 FURNISHED house or apartment, walkln distance or renr bus line, hv Pacific Ore hound employe Permanent, local refer encq Phone Mrs. Mdntyre 2-1790. MANAGEn loral business would like rent 2-l>e<lroom. unfurnished. Reference Phone .1-02:15. f, WANTED—Two-bedroom furnished hous «ill pay |5o a month: prefer Oilrtnl Have four children. Phone 3-0040. K. I McMurray. 5 NEW OWNER Nlles' Point Drive Inn neec 6. 6 or 7-room unfurnished house In tha neighborhood at om-e. Phone 2-7810. 6 WANTED TO RENT—One or two-bedroom furnished house. Stnndnrd Oil employe Have 4->-car-okl Kirl: lived In presen home 3 years. Phone 7-7S65. 5 WANTED—Four or five-room house. manpnt. I.ora lornployment by utilit company, refrronres. .Phone 3-i<!97. 5 WANTED—Kurn'shed room. bath nn kitchen for two refined pormnncnt larlle (mother anr" daughter;; references. Plio 3-I'll 41'. 6 WANTED—Furnished house or apartment Will take men room with kitchen prn llesea. YounK couple, both worltine permanent, no children, pots or drlnklni. Phone r>-:,n78 days. Euclid hotel, root 40. evcninca. UNFURNISHED one, two or three bedroom house, civilian adults; yenrs present premises; will lease Call Mrs. Wood, Weill's ready-to wear, or evenings, 1M8S3.' S HHiH school teacher, wife and son wan tf> rent I'-bedroom house, preferably t town. Will prospective sellers pl'eas rent for months? N"ed house t bring family together. Phone J-3S50 ti PKHMANENT CIVILIAN WANTS •J-BEDROOM HOUSE, VNFUK NISHED OU FURNISHED. SI? MONTHS RENT IN ADVANCE REFERENCES GIVEN. CALL MIN1KTEII ol tho Central Church of Ohrls wants I'-hedroom furnished house in d tiirable location. AH rentals will he pait In advance. Phono 6-S788. 312 Wale street. MIDDf.E-AUED couple badly In need o 2-bedroom furnished house or apartment Transferred here indefinitely. Pay t ?75 a month. No children, no pels Phone 8-8465. extension 21. TWO .SERVICE GIRLS with babii-s, badlj in need of furnished house or apart nienl. Rent to JliO. Phono 2-8S4r, Mrs. Merrell. (; SERVICE WIFE, with baby, needs fur nijhpa houso or apartment badly. Pho WANTED TC RENT—Adults want two bedroom house, partly furnished or un furnished. Call 3-2300 or 316 Belle ave PERMANENT couple, no children, urgently need 1-bcdroom apartment or house, nea city limits. Write 13ox 421-G. The Cnli forninn. 5 SOLDIERS' wives and 6-month-old bnby need 2-bedroom furnished house in vicin Ity of Kern County Airport. Phone 3-2140 5 COUPLE want 3 or 4-room furnished o unfurnished house or apartment. Permn nent. No pcta. Phono 2-6369 beforf _- s I'- m. 6 WANT TO RENT—Three-bedroom house furnished prderrcd. defense worker Phon.i Williams. 7-7076. 5 TWO OR THREE-BEDROOM UNFUR NISHIOD HOUSE NEEDED BY BRANCI MANAGER MAJOR OIL COMPANY PERMANENTLY SITUATED AND RE SPONSIBLE: WILL LEASE. TWO ADULTS. NO CHILDREN OR PETS PHONU MB. LEWIS, 8-8481, B.VTEN SION 31. OR EL TEJON HOTEL ROOM 20.1. WANTED by couple, 2-bedroom bonne furnished or partly furnished. Prefe clone-In. Phono 5-6434. 5 WANTED—A furnished houso or apart ment. by couple. Permanent residents References. Phone 2-9763. 6 WANTED—Furnished or partly furnlshec house, one or two bedrooms. Two chll drcn: permanent. Phone 2-7443. 61 LOCAL COMPANY needs unfurnished 2 or 3-bedroom house and two unfurnlshet apartments, courts or small houses, for executives. Permanent. Phone 4-4901 68 COUPLE want furnished apartment or house, permanent. Call Mrs. Wilson phone 5-5474. 5; THREE MONTHS RENT IN ADVANCE URGENT. PERMANENT PETROLEITV ENGINEER MUST HAVE 2 OR 3-BED ROOM UNFURNISHED HOUSE BY OCTOBER 15. BEST CARJ3 GUARANTEED. WILL DECORATE AND LEASE. PHONE 2-7530. C9 WANTED—Furnished house or apartmen for two quiet, reliable Indies. Must be close to bau line. Call 3-0760 before 5 p. m. or 2-4854 after 5. Ask for Mrs J. M. Lopan. G L WANTED—Furnished or unfurnished. Bak- orsfleld rr Olldale. Throe months rent In advance, references: Christian people. Phoiie.1-1287. {,'., WANTED—Two or three-bedroom furnished house by permanently employe' family. Phon n U-9621. .Mr.-Rndnker. ii PERMANENT rOIiPLE WISH TO RENT UNFCRNISHIOD I'-MEnilOOM HOUS1 Oil UUI'LEX. NO CHILDREN, NO PETS. PHONE 2-11763. 5S Wanted to Rant—Apartmants SINGLE girl wants apartment or small house. Permanent. No peta. Must be nice or don't call. Won't chare. Days 7-7816: nights, 6-6351. 6D WIDOWED woman would like apartment or small house. Will be permanent Phone either 4-4420 or 2-9298. 60 OIL FIELD superintendent and wlfo want furnished apartment or house No children or nets. Phone Pharis. 2-7478. 59 WANTED—Furnished or partly furnished apartment or ama!! house by local lady alone. duinK essential work. No children or pets. Call 2-6810 or Boh Coats at Kern Print IIIK Company. Mrs. Helen Conts Smith. 5s EMPLOYED married couple wish 3-room furnished apartment near bus line; no children or pets. Permanent, residents Call 4-435S and ask for Mrs. Btephan after 4:30 p. in fill DESPURATF—M Inter Field officer and bride. NT children, no pets. Nicely furnished apartment. Mout any tcrina. Ci 7-7T,51, extension 82j. 60 WANTED—Furnished apartment. Adults. No pota. Good caro Kuarantor-d, Call 2-7140. 9:30 a. m. to 5;30 p. in. 59 Wantad to Buy, Miscallanaous WANTED—Cash for your used furniture, electric appliances, etc. \Ve buy, trade or exchange. COX FURNITURE Formerly Olldale Furniture 601 East Nineteenth Street Phone 2-4603 6-14-tf DIAMONDS, watches and old Jewelry of any description: highest market prices pain" In cash. Earl McEvoy. precision watchmaker, 118 Uabvrfelde building-. Phone 6-6397. ll-30-tf •VANT TO BUY—Larifo child's tricycle. lu Koud condition. Call 2-6093 after ft! _P.__rn. 58 WANTED—Smiill tricycle for beginner. Alsu motul iu-«war toy telephone. Phonn _U : :i 5 34. 5 8 WANTED tn buy. a good used washing machine. Pay cash. Phone 3-1629. 58 WANT hogs of all kinds and springer cows. Phone 2-7075. 68 rVANT furniture of all kinds, wood stoves, oil stoves, beds, springs or whatever you wish to sell. Phone 2-7075. 68 WANT TO BUY twin baby buggy In good condition. Phone Wasuo 559. collect. 59 WANTED TO BUY, Unlit 2-wheel trailer. Cal! at 8100 Jewett avenue before noon Sunday. 59 WANTED to buy. Fair price for two- wheel trailer with Ford V-8, Rood tires. Private parly. 2-5329. 59 WANTED—Girl's 24-inch bicycle or sidewalk bicycle In food condition. Phone 2-2860. . . 58 WANTED—Used religious books. Woodrow Bradley. 106 !-i Van Bui en street, Taft. 60 BROWN'S FURNITURE Formerly Roy White Furniture 2620 CHESTER AVENUE Wd buy UMd furniture, •tove*, r«- frlxerator*. Pay cash or exchange. Call u» for real price*. PHONE] 7-70^ 6-»-« gfrc gafcergfidb Californian Fridoy, October 6,1944 ] 3 Wantad to •uy—Prop*rty WE NEED PHOPERTY to soil, have buyers waiting:, quick action Riiarantood. Call Wicker, phone 2-0239. 1G60 Chester. 59 W« need more listings. List yo..r home. farm, ranch or Income with BO7DSTUN A LANCASTER 1817 h Street Phone 8-8839 9-«-tf DEWEY A. HORTON If you havo a home, small Improved acreage, or farm land for sale CALL 2-5379 1704 K Street 71 List your property with us for quick, courteous results. Homes—Ircorn*— Rsncbe* Chester N. Beard Phnne 6-590* Bill Allen. Associate 9-8-t If you wan: your property sold. WILLARD E. BAKER 1414 Seventeenth Street Phone 2-05S 9-28-t CASH and quick action when yo want to sell your borne or ranch No deal too large or small. Buyer waiting. CaJl Elmer Martin, 2-929 220 Haberfelde building. 1-10-t It will play you to phono 4=4851. when you want to sell homes o small acreage, o SELLINO home or farm? Phone 2-0653 Listings not necessary. Have buyer waiting, tfan Joaniiin Agencies. Edwar W. Mnndy. 1812 "Eye" stroet. 10-4-t WANTED TO BKV—Small home In Oi d;ile, direct from owner. Phone 2-59D7 5 WOULD like to buy a nice 5-room wes of linker street. Phone L'-4386. 5 I WILL BUY immediately a S or 3-bed room home 1C almost new and price right. Good location. Brokers do no call. Phone 2-3134. Homes, acreage, income and Invesl ment property. Buyers waiting. List With Us Marion Grlnstead Tlione 2-76S 5 NKKD liMingn for cash buyers on larg and small homes, acre homes, farm and income property, Elwood's, 19L' "Eye." 8 WILL PAY all cash for good 3 or 3-bod room home. No agents. Phone 2-167 between 10 a. lu. and 4 p. m. 6 WANTED TO BUY, 2-bcdroom houso to b moved. 1'honn 9-3941. 6 PRIVATE PARTY will pay cash for 2 o 3-bedroom home In La Cresta, Alta Vist or Skyline. Phone 2-7462. 6 For Sala—Improved Proparty MODERN 2-bedroom house, almost new Lot 60x260. lots of fruit, and chicken equipment. Good toil, good water Southwest district. CASA LOMA—Five-room modern house only nbout S years old. on fenced acr of fertile soil. Plenty of tile, nice bath good sized rooms. Double garage chicken equipment; excellent water con dltiono. GOOD plastered bouse, three sleeping rooms, on one acre of excellent sarder soil. Double garajte. plenty of fruit chicken equipment. Can be purchase^ with reasonable down payment. HIGHLAND PARK.—Five-room 2-bedroom home, hardwood floors, lots of tile garage: nice yard. Lot 60x160. $4750—Five-room home near Jeffersoi School. Two bedrooms and sleeplni porch, basement, garage, fruit an shade. Good lot. LOMITA VERDE—Almost new 2-beflroon house, completely and well furnished Doubl* garage, fenced yard. FHA pay ments about S37 a month. $3800—Five-room house on Pacific nea Kern General Hospital. Two bedrooms garage, fruit, chicken equipment. SOUTHWEST DISTRICT —B-room home two bedrooms, sleeping porch and base ment. Thin hou«e Is not new but 1 very good condition. Walking dletanc of downtown. Substantial down pay nient. D. C. Dffert. 901 Nllei. Phon* J-716S 9-1-t OILDALE—HOME AND INCOME. On 2-bedroom home, hardwood floors, larg living room and dining room, nice kitchen and service porch. Also 2-bedroom home completely furnished. Three-ca fiiniKe, all on large corner lot with plenty of shade. Near bus and mnr keta. only $6000. 12850 down, $35 monthly. Will trade for small house O1J-.DALU—Nlco 2-bedroom home, 2-ca garage, large lot, plenty of shade, nea bus and markets, only (3850, $2000 down and $20 monthly, or will trad* for small house. EAST BAKERSFIELD—Almost new 3-bed room horn?, right down town, plenty o tile, very nice fenced lot, garage. $5500 $2750 down. $30 monthly, or will tradi for small house NICE ONE-BEDROOM HOME, tile *lnk. almost new, or, fenced corner lot, onl> $2650, $7fan down, t-5 monthly. Wll take somtj trade. ON THESE PROPERTIES phone 5-5924, evcnliiES 3-1170. MOV.3 RIGHT IN—NOW VACANT— NEWLY FURNISHED 4-room house fiarage. ffnced-in bade yard with t'rur trees and garden epot. Nenr business dlHtrict n ltd school. $4050, $1250 down. $•10 monthly. ON THIS PROPERTY phone 6-5324, evenings 2-9288. LET'S TALK IT OVER GLENN Nichol* 2516 K Street Southwest—Nearly new. a beautiful thrce- bodroom home. Imth and half, all i-nr- piMnd wall to wall: larno double gnrai:< with built-in HtornKo lockers: ynrd i^ nicely landRi-'uperl with unrinkling system. I'riced at $13.750. Clone In "n Quinry—Two bedrooms: living- room IIIIH beamed celling and fireplace, hardwood floors, tiled floor In bath, tiled Hinlc in kitchen, largo service or sleeping porch, nlco basement, yarrt untlei sprinkling system, for only $5950, $2500 down. $37.f>0 per month. Southwest—Thrco bedrooms, two baths. Jlj'JuO. WILLARD K. BAKER 414 Seventeenth Street i'hune 2-055 nt-s-tf SEE BEARD On Loina Linda—Practically new "-bedroom homo with nice den. This home in excellent condition, large yard with bur-b-q pit, double Karage; house has Venetian blinds and floor furnuire and overlooks tin; city. Price $7000. n tho California Tract—A very fine J-bedrouni and r.vtra lurgu roomy ili'ii; tho bodrooin.s an.- spacious and thcro is a world of. closfis, a beautiful kitchen with all the bullt-inx that you would require, nice bath with tile floor; fine shades and Khruba. I'rii-e $850U with $3000 down. On "Kye" street—A comfortable older homo with just a little work can bo inado into just wiiut you want; has two bedrooms with sleeping room. Let us show you this. Price $3950. A good paying motor court—Put your money to work. Hero is an excellent motor court on 9D Highway just south of town that has been a real money maker, 24 rentals located on two acres with fine shade trees and room to expand. Income $900 per month. Requires $6250 to handle. On Brundage Lane—A swell 25 acres that Is highly developed, good well and priced to sell. Will raijse anything 1 . Give us a ring. CHESTER N. BEARD 807 H street Phone 5-5909 or 2-4522 10-6-tf For ••!•—Improved Propwiy $13,000.00 MODERN three-bedroom home only •even years old. Located In touth- west section in attractive neighborhood. Three bedroom*, two baths, two-car garage, patio, furnace and cooler. This home la of better than average quality construction, built under F. H. A. supervision, and has many attractive features. We will show by appointment if you have cash or can arrange finance. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1S03 H street Phone 2-8946 9-14—tt OR SALE — $3950. 2-bedroom mortem home In excellent condtlon. Hardwood floor*, tile In kitchen and bath: two lots, nice lawn, fruit tre», garatt. Termi can be arranged. Clo»e to Mount Vernon School. 1636 Potomac Drive. 6» NIJ acre with 6-room house and double garage. Equipped with all garden tools, also u garden tractor. This propeity is S lanted to flower* fur commercial selllnit. |H« plenty of water. Price 15760, terms. Elmer F. Karpe. 1517 Eighteenth street. 10-l-if Oildale—Modern 2-bedroom home, nicely furnished, lane service oorch. rarage. and some fruit, on nice large lot. Possession Immediately. $980 down. Phona 2-7680. 69 FOR SALE—On Alta Vista Drive, corner, 63x150, 3-bedroom house, living :'oom, dining room, den, breakfast room, kitchen, two baths, small basement, screened porch, floor furnaces, newly painted: two- car garage. Reduced to $9250. $3250 down. J. J. Consanl. Phone 9-0614. 9-18-tf Fiv<! acres of land and 6-room modern home on Pioneer Drive. This place Is In excellent, condition, has some shade and would be Ideal for a peraon with a or two. $6500 full price, about haK cash. On Niles street on the bus line—Five-room modern stticcj home, hardwood floors, tile sink, nico lot. Full prlc« $5100, substantial down payment. El Camino Park—Lovely 2-bedroom «nd den horn-? In this fine subdivision. Tile roof, dandy kitchen, extra large service porch, nice bath with tile vanity, cooling ducts throughout the house, two- car caragA. Can bo purchased furnished or unfurnished South of town on lot 60x150—Three-bed- room home, extra nice kitchen and bath. lovely dining room. Hardwood floors throughout. About $1500 down, $15 a month. To Buy, Sell or Trad* 1518 "Eye" Street lfl-4-tf \VINGLAND SQUARE Move in today, modern 2-bedroom home, just like new; beautiful yard,- back all fenced; price $6500. Phone 6-6431. 58 BY OWNER—Beautiful 2-bedroom home. Large double garage, tile fink and bath: mardwood floors, heating and cooling eystem IJulIt Just before Pearl Harbor. Hardware and all accessories A-l. Can be seen at 1706 Diane Drivo at Wlng- land Square. Phone 8-8469. 69 A BEAUTIFUL 2-bedroom house. 4 years old. modern In every detail; the best Is no better; beautiful and costly furniture, gorgeous rugs and the best groomed lot, fully fenced, artistic; fit for any aristocrat and the price la only $7500, $5200 down or thereabouts. See it soon, you will like it and the choice location. B. W. Bolen, 128H Wilson street. Olldale. 68 TRADE:—Seven-room residence in Hyde Park district. Lou Angeles, half-block to street cars. Present price $8500 to $7000. Will trade for Bakersfield real- dence of equal value. Positively no agents. Box 453-B. The Callfornlan. 58 BY OWNER—Two-bedroom house. Venetian blinds, tile vanity In bath, tile In kitchen, dual floor furnace: double garage, back yard fenced: also will sell adjoining lot, fenced, wltb berries and fruit. Phone ii-1166. 59 A BEAUTIFULLY situated home In Stockdale, in perfect condition, on a corner lot, well landscaped; shown by appointment only. Call 2-0555. 69 Completely furnished, nice location, excellent condition. Income $347.50 per month. East Bakersfield—Two (Mre homes on one lot, front home 2-b«Wroom. hardwood floors, Venetian blinds, tile sink and nice cellar; rear home is furnished. All for $49S!>. term*. Southgate. one-half acre. 2-bedroom home, $3150. terms. D. C. "SMm" Mynatt Phone 8-898* 5S LOMITA VERDE)—Immediate possession; two bedrooms and den. living; room, dining room, nice kitchen wltb dual sink, breakfast nook, hardwood floor*, floor furnace, plenty of tile, lot* of cupboard and closet space, very clean Inside and out: nice lot, double garage, $1700 worth of furniture included at the price of $10,500. HIGHLAND MANOR—Five-room home, all large rooms, over 1300 feet of floor apace; this Is a well-constructed home, in excellent condition: entry hall, real fireplace, hardwood floors, floor furnace, plenty of tile, generous cupboard and clossr apace: nice lot, double guraue: $6800. WINOLAND SQUARK — Two-bedroom lionic, 'n good condition inside and out: has nil latent modern conveniences; nice lot: $2250 down. DUPI.KX—Plaster and stucco, about S years old. in excellent condition, four rooms each side, all latest modern conveniences: one side completely furnished; in goorl rental district, rlose to transportation anil markets; $7100. Kvetiings 2-52-8 1704 K. Street PAY DOWN $400f> and Bet $150 net income per month. The property will pay the nulaii'-o and feed you besides. This is your hent opportunity. Fear buy« you nothing but lost opportunities and sad n-Ki»ts. R. w. Bnlen. 125 VI Wilson _a \vnllr_ Olldiile. Phone 3-1997. 60 A 2-11KDROOM FHA. 'modern and as good us the best, for $4500, Uowil $2500. And iilhcis. B. \V. Bolen, 128',-j Wilson Ft reet. Oildale. 60 FOR SALE—Three-room stucco house, chicken house. Wiiaii house. On large rorner lot. $2750. Also a variety of fruit tree*:, including some citrus fruit tn-CH. t'iill after 6. phone 6-F-12. 69 FOR SALE—Two-bedroom house and adjoining corner business lot, corner Third and II street. See owner, 615 Columbus. Phone 2-140U. Do not disturb tenants. 59 IMMEDIATE; POSSESSION Hull by llnad. large 5-room stucco, hardwood floors, tile drain, floor furnace, lurBo liviiis: and dining room, only $6000, about one.half cash. Syl McNInch with II. A. Moore & Son. Phono 2-1SS8. eve- ninff_ |i-i>n>5. 59 bOI'THWKST dlstrirt, larsre -'-bedroom linuse. separate dining room and break- fnat room, firenhu.e. cement basement: rnmi'lctely furnished, only $5950. $2500 down, balance easy. Syl McNim-h with 11. \. Moore & Son. IMS Eighteenth bireet. t'hoinj J-1J6S. evening 6-616^. 59 •Wil-BEDROOM HOME IN HIGHLAND PARK, CHOICE LOCATION. LARGE LOT. LARGE LIVING ROOM WITH FIREPLACE. NICK SI/.E DININGROOM: TILED KITCHEN. SERVICE PORCH. TWO NICE SIZE RED- BOOMS, BATH BETWEEN. HARDWOOD ri.OilllS. HOME IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. OWNER MUST SELL IN FIVE PAYS. PURCHASER CAN HAVE IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. ELMER MARTIN. PHONE 3-9:94. L'-.'O JIA B ERKELDE BUILDING. SO •'t'RNISHEn 3-riiom house, nice yard, fenci-d. lots of ahade, in Dcscanso Park, $1073. Jodt'rn 7-bedroom home, close to bu* line; (KixUO-toot lot: til» sink and bath, hardwood floors.: Look this over. i good 2-bedroom home, close to East High School; large lot wltb extra quarter* In rear. Priced to sell. 0 Furnished cabins on three acre*. Term*. 5S Baker Phon* 2-9224 or 4-4403 EAST BAKF.RSFIELD—Almost new two- bedroom home. Close to schools ,bu* and (tore*. Corner lot with g»r>(« and laundry. Price $4350, down payment $1350. month 140. UKAN R. HURLEY 11 Nineteenth Street Dial J-0378 10-s-tf 3Y OWNEK—Lovely 2-bedroom hem*, to, Hughes Terrace. 3 years old. Fireplace. lots of tile, cooler vent* In celling, dual floor furnace, big fenced yard, with fruit and nut trees; double nraM: chicken equipment: garden sp M»ao, terms. 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