Announcements Classified Advertising column* of The Bakerefleld Csllfornlan clou promptly •t 14 o'clock each morning (or nil one- onlumn ads. Two-column or larstr ids mutt b* placed the da* before publlos- tlon. Phone 7-7«|l. 1-14-tf UBrt?e'Ei for rent—Trucks, i Iclcupa, trailer*. Parker e. Blcbtb and Union avenue. Phone _ J-894J. 1-I1-lf ALL kind! of welibte And wldtb* of can »aa. Canra* cood* made- to order at Hornunre, H0« Nineteenth etreet. l-»-tf AJID NOTARY PUBLIC at 1118 "Eye" atreet. Pfcone l-fl«61. D-14-tf REFUNDS on classified advertisements which have been canceled before the expiration date muat be called for WITH CASH RECEIPTS within one month from date of cancellation. There will be a service chsrce of one Insertion for classified ada Dlnc«d and canceled before nun- llcatlon. The Bakersfleld Callfornlan. . 6-21-tf LADIES' avenue. team cabinet bath Phone 3-0560 or 2-4 1012 Union j!7^ _ e 4 BLUE BIRD CAMP No. 8208. Royal Neighbors of America, will have a rummaBe Bale Thursday. October 12. a'. 818 Baker ^ street. _ 62 CHANGE of ownership and name. Gus' Barber anil Beauty Shop wlh henceforth ha known as linker Street Barber and .Beauty Shop. 923 Bnker street. John Province, new owner; Henry Banman still assistant harher. Thelma Hoke mill In charge of heauty shop. . 67 Lost— Found— Strayed LOST—Red Perslait cat, male: answere to "Puss"; In vicinity of Bernard etreet and Alta Vista Drive. Phone 4-4677. Reward. 62 REWARD for return or Information of Irish Setter, male, strayed from Mount View dlntrict. Notify McDonald. Roule 6. Box 524. Bakersfield. 62 LOST—One 8.2,1x20 Goodyear truck tire and wheel. Phone 2 3589. Fresno. Reward. 62 Financial Auto Truck Furnlturs Salary PREWAR SERVICE 1712 Chester Phone 2-8337 9 16-tf. FIRST an1 second money available for the purchase of property. San Joaquin Agencies. Phone 2-0653. 62 Business Opportunities MUST sacrifice for Immediate sale, going in servi.-e. Drive-In; 16 stools, completely equipped, Any reasonable offer accepted. Call at 1118 Sixteenth street betwce-' M and N or phone 2-9757. «5 WANTED to make connection with builder interested in subdivision work. Call in :>er»on. Hi; "Eye" s'reel. 62 HIGH WAT BUPIN'ESS—150 frontage" 5 miles from Bakci.'fleld. Ga» station. grocery stoie, llghi lunches: five good cabins and living quarters. Price insr.O, caall JI57UO, which includes grocery stock, fixtures. ua« and oil. Now operiitinu, nioneym.iker for a couple. Frank Diiy.__l 81B "Eyu.'' 63 FOR SALE—Service station. 3 pumps, auto parts, (Iron, tubes, hoi.»t. etc; build- InB. 3 lota; good brpineus; unusual opportunity for good mechanic; selling account 111 health. Richfield, 227 Front, Buttonwillow. g; Help Wanted—Male Help Wanted—Mala School*—Instruction INTERNATIONAL Correspondence School offers lob training. Spare time: home study. Fr«t catsloiue. Oni: Let Manfull 7-7635 or write Box 431. 7» Transportation—Buses WOMAN'S wrist watch, lost on bus en routo from Enst Bakerefield to Oildale. PleRse call 3-2286 It found. 6J2 LOST—Old. all-black Cocker Spaniel near StrKkdale Road and Ennla Lane. An- «\vers to name of Queen. Any Information will bo appreciated. Call 2-4071!. LOST—Handmade billfold with Initials G. H. F.. In Fox theater or near: containing Kas stamps and operator's license. $5 reward. 2120 East California avcnu ^ 6it Ll'jKT, by Harmon Anderson, a small suitcase or satchel In some business house around the seventh of September; has union paper* and set of false teeth in It. Phone 2-7334. 63 LOST—Lower ulate falae teeth. 105 Hard- njs street. Reward. 63 LOST—Red billfold with valuable papers and currency; can easily identify. Old address on papers, 510 Roberta Lane. 1'hone 3-2509. LADY'S saddle tan purse, containine nlaU- iftim and diamond wri*t watch, ration honks; other valuable papers. Bakers- fiehl address. 008 I. Owner has moved to Wasco. Route 1. Box 212. Phoim 4432. Liberal tew ard. M LOKT—Blond main Cocker, wearing collar. J,n*t seen at Bakersfield Inn. Phone ii-5476. 64 LOST—Small brown Dachshund. Answers to name of Schnitzel. Last seen October JO on North Chester avenue, near Highland Manor. Please phone 2-2243 or call at 142 Francis street. Reward. 64 Personals HEMORRHO1D SUFFERERS — No hoo- pltallzatioD nor lo» nt tiro*. No eurtery nor Injection*. N*w. Mf*. psinleee method at eliminating hemorrhoids now available from Or. L. R. Pennlniton. D. C.. mite 1. Professional bulldlnc. Phone i-«100. 2-6-tf FRJEK MBA 1,8 AND PILLOW*. Lowest Ftrti to All Point* ALL-AMERICAN BUB LINK INC. .OS« Cbester Bill* U Bill Phone 1-84S8 |-7-tf SANTA FE AND BURLINGTON BUS DEPOT Sixteenth and F Phone 2-0472 3-6-tf Contractors and Builders POLKS, YOU'D BETTER GET THAT ROOF PAINTED BEFORE THE RAINY SEASON GETS HERE! I SPECIALIZE IX ROOFS AND ALL, TYPES OF SPRAYING. A. G. WELLINGHAM. PAINTING & DECORATING CONTRACTOR. PHONE 2-fiS83. 65 Occupational Services Pruning Shaping Topping Taking Trees Out Free Estimates L. G. Floyd Phone 6-6fi74 65 BKST plumbinc service. The best costs less. Repair and remodeling: little 1obs get first attention. County license. Phone _ 2-2192. 64 PLEASE APPLY AT THE VO ILzfO fcJ'O at Seventeenth and L LOCKHEED AIRCRAFT CORPORATION, BAKERSFIELD 10-9-t AT TAFT Oiler for Gas Engine Compressor. Plant—Malo Draftsman, Veteran or Female Chalnman, Male AT BAKERSFIELD Helpers for Installing and repairing pipe lines—male. AT WASCO Serviceman—male. AT LEBEC Pipeline repairman—male. AVAILABILITY CERTIFICATE REQUIRED Apply to TRUCK. HAULING—Anything any tlmt. anywhere. Furniture moving: a •peolalty. Phone S-9M6. Whltle Moreh«d. 10< Decatur street. Ollrtale. »» TRUMAN'S TRANSFER—Long dls tance and local. 812 North Chester, Oildale. Phone 2-8914. 68 •AORO-I1.IAC LESIONS low back calm, arthritis, constipation and prostate disorder* cor tec ted. Dr. D. U. Parish. D. O.. 407 Haberfelde bulldln*. Phone 9-9182. i-9-tf B, D. McBrlAV Detective Arency room 110, Hay bu.'ldlnt Bakerefleld Llceneed and bonded. Confidential Investigation. Phone 3-2800 or 1-6(I5» 9-7-tf WHO OWES TOUT I for account*, notea and Judgments. Commercial Business Burenu. O. H. Black, manacer, 1621 Twentieth street, phone 7-7684. 74 Financial for mCOMB TAX PATMHNTS SCHOOL NEEDS NECESSITIES ETC. BORROW ON WE DO TREE topping;, removing: fence building;, team work, plowing, general work; Just work: have truck. Phone 69 Phones Taft 4«4, Bakersfield 7-7601. Wasco 4231, Lebec 18 79 :LP f ANTED TREE SERVICE CO Pruning. Shaping. Topping Also Trees Taken Out B. Parker Free Estlmatlnr 1807 H Street Phone 2-1189 <l FOR general contracting and repair workT call 3-0675. e3 GENERAL PAINTING CONTRACTOR II. S. Druey. phone 2-6300. Spray or brush. Home or Industrial. Estlmatee .. tre «- 71 Careful, expert work at reasonable prices. Have your brakes inspected every 6000 miles. No charge for thi« *ervlce. Firestone Stores Twenty-fourth and Chester 9-27-tf Automobiles Furniture Trucks Farm Equlpt. Salary "PAID FOR On NOT" Tou mar atlll borrow for ae lone ai 11 months. PrlTtte Sales of Automobtlee. Truck* and Furniture Financed 100* LOCALLY OWNED , Trade wltB local people who nndentand , local condltloni. W. J. (Bill) Bert man Maurice 8t. Clnlr 86th c.rd Chester Opp. Montgomery Ward Phone «-«7le Appolntmenta Made Many auto loans made In 27 1 A minutes. No cosigners. No extra loan fees. Tou get full amount of the loan. $9.75 repays tlOO In 12 months. $14. 05 repays SlfiO in 12 months. 119.33 repays !200_ln 12 months. Loans from $25 to J1000. Just drive tip. bring in white or pink slip. Get money then ami there as ROOM as approved. Your far does nit have to be fully paid for to KeL an auto loan. Private Sales of Automobiles and Furniture Financed Sill Building (Under the Big: Coca-Cola Sign) 1508 Eighteenth Street W. Verhnatr. Klanagpr Phone 6-63!!?; EMERGENCY CASH LOANS Borrow $100 Cash for Thirty Day* Repay $102.60—Total Cost ONLY $2.60 If Tou Prefer, Take Up to Twelve Month* to Pay Only You Hava to Sign- No Co-slgnerc AUTOMOBILE. FURNITURE TRUCK LOANS Private Sales ot Automobile! and Furniture Financed SEABOARD FINANCE! COMPANY /300 Chest*. Telephone »-»421 •-21-U ELECTRIC irons, sewing machines and vacuum cleaners repaired. Killebrewa Sewing: Machine Repair Shop, 1509 West Eighth street. Phone 9-9437. 9 ELECTRIC- motor rewinding and repair. Fast service and vork guaranteed. Delta Electric and Machine Shop. 1200 Pacific - atreet. «o PAINTING Residential, ranch and industrial. Brush and complete spray equipment. Free estimates. Phone 3-2432. Contractor O. H. Hines 80 FOR REMODELING and carpenter work, call 2-341V. 62 REKR1GKRATOR8 and washing machines overhauled and rebuilt. We also move them. 328 Washington. Oildale; phone RELIABLE PAINTING, DECORATING Residence, Commercial. Spray Painting SID L. HELLER Licensed and Bonded Contractor 340» "Eye" Street Phone 2-2492 10-2-tf MAN FOR TIRE AXD SERVICE DEPARTMENT STEADY JOB WITH POSTWAR FUTURE TWENTY-FIFTH AND CHESTER PHONE 7-7S71 62 BY STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA EXPERIENCE NOT ESSENTIAL >.. STEADY WORK IN THIS AREA SEE OIL COMPANY REPRESENTATIVE AT UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, BAKERSFIELD, EVERY MONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. Availability Certificate Required 63 WANTED. AT ONCE. AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC. PERMANENT WORK: TOP WAGES. APPLT BAKER-ADAMS PONT1AC GARAGE, 2701 CHESTER. 8-22-tf WANTED—Experienced auto mechanic. Good hours and pay. In an easentlal lob. Hand tools and availability certificate necessary. Bee Mr. Reed. Kltchen-Boyd Motor Company. 2120 Chester avenue. 8-26-tf Expert repair service on all makes. Adequate stocks of parts and most types of tubes. Pre-war OPA approved prices. URNER'S 2006 Chester Avenue Oldest Radio Dealer In City 10-9-tf. WANTED—rressmaklni; and alterations. -Mrs. L. o. Lincoln, 618 Lincoln etreet. Phone 2-S366. «| DRESSMAKING—All kinds of sewing in my home. 1409 Eighth street. TWO TREES down. Wood free by rloar- InB up brush. Phone 3-7402. 410 Lake. 64 Help Wanted—Mal« Short term business loan. Can give good security and return. Tel. 7-7549. «5 Local business enterprise wants Call at 3215 Chester avenue for Information. 10-11-tf UONBI TO LOAN Lent term, ill type arm Imai, 4t* per e*nt Interest. Nn commission to borrower. J. m. WARRBN RBAI/T1 CO. TL'UABK THKATCH BUILOINO ' BY E. I. DUPONT COMPANY, HANFORD ENGINEERING WORKS (HVJ'Vii'SJ'9 TRANSPORTATION ADVANCED ATTRACTIVE SCALE OF AVAGES TIME AND ONE-HALF OVER 40 HOURS FOLLOWING WORKERS NEEDED Sheet metal workers, protective firemen boiler firemen, truck drivers, laborers. MUST BE CITIZENS OF UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Living facilities for employed people only. Workers now employed Jn defense war industry will not be considered. Company representative will interview applicants ^^ ••^ OCTOBER 12 THROUGH OCTOBER 20 UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 1300 Seventeenth Street Phone 6-6041 for further information Jobs avall.tle In this war essential Industry with r. postwar future. Apply to Vio Incham or George Sbeeham. o 8301 Chester Avenue At S P. Railroad Tracks WANTED—Tire service man. Good future, good salary. Apply Smart Tire Store. 880 Twenty-first street. 81 MAN WANTED—Kern County Cotton Gin. Magunden. 63 OIL WELL pump service man; permanent postwar position; experience not necessary; Htalement of availability required. Neili-en Pump Company,, 1125 Thirty- fourth street. ' fi;[ OLD ESTABLISHED coffee importer wants local salesman. Permanent position. Contact Mr. Floyd Williams at Bakersfield Inn after 6 p. m. WANTED—Man to work In Owpns Toy Store; m sales experience necessary, good wages. Apply at store, 1228 Nine- nectli. 82 OFFICE WORK for oil company; some bookkeeping experience; man or woman. Must ha»e own transportation. Phone 8-S750. . «a DOORMAN wanted. Apply after 6 p. m. Granada theater, 615 Kentucky street. lo-10-tf WANTED—Man to 'work In parts department; steady employment with pleasant working conditions. Apply Cousins Tractor Company. 424 Twenty-fourth. 65 WANTEDT—Man or woman to cook foi- duck drib. Good pay. Call 2-80B3. 63 WANTED—Trimmer to operate (less and upholstery department ID large repair ship. Be* Rackmnn at Motor Center, Twentv-swnnd and Chester. s-ll-tf NEEDED—Steamfitters, plumbers, steamfitter combination welders, at Pasco, Washington. Transportation advanced. Apply United States Ernpolyment Service, 1300 Seventeenth street. 70 MAN for dairy work, washing bottles and equipment isnd helping In bottling room. Phone 6-682» after 6;30 p. m. 65 WANTED—Presser at Citizen's Laundry, 931 Sixteenth street. 64 HELP WANTED at Minter Field Cooks, waitresses, dishwashers, but' boya, janitors and lounge orderlies. Apply at U. 8. Employment Agen?yr^l300 Seventeenth, Bakersfield, or Civilian Personnel Office, Minter Field. -65 WANTED—Truck driver for Bakersfield and surrounding territory. A permanent Job for th« right party. Apply. 1515 "Hye" street, second door in 'alley. ' Phone 2-3739. MAN WANTED for washroom work. No race distinction. Apply at Twenty-first and it streets, (4 BY UNITED GEOPHYSICAL CO. For work on seismograph pros* peeling crew in Venezuela, Apply 1016 Union Avenue or U. S. Employment Office 63 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 EXPERIENCED shoe saleslady or salesman wanted Writ* Box O-IBS. The I'alltornlsn «-»-tf NEEDED ic help maintain transportation, auto and truck mechanics and body men. Pull tiro* work. Motor Center. Bulck, Chevrolet and Cadillac dialer See Backman. Twenty•••cond and Chester. Help Wanted—Male Help Wanted— remale | gfc e gafcef-tttlb Caltfomfrn Wednesday, October 1 1, 1944 to Rent— Houses | for Sale—. .Improved freperty AVAILABILITY CERTIFICATE REQUIRED INTERVIEW DAILY 4:30 TO G:JO P. M. 727 East Twenty-first Street fi4 EXPERIENCED TIRE MAN. GOOD SALARY. EXCELLENT POSTWAR OP- PonriJNITI' FIRSiSTONB STORES. TWENTY-FOURTH AND CHESTER AVENUE. g-30-tf BKu.MAN—Must be over II. Apply Hotel Padre. 7-1-tf WANTED—Oil field workers, roustabouts, rotary helpers, firemen. « end 7-day work week schedules. Phone 9-9461. Tidewater Associated Oil Company. 67 DRIVER sno stockman. IlKht delivery truck; union scale, five-day week; while only. '8L'C L street. 62 WA.NTEn—Two helpers for portable drill ric 613 Washington. Oildale. Phone 2-777!t. SALESLADY T.V STORE. GOOD SALARY. CALL IX PERSON. sr.MMKKS, IJO KAST X1XI3- _TKI-;XT1I STRKKT 10-10-tf ori:n.\'ni:t WAVI-ICD—.lai-kie's Beamy Salnn; .oalaf. and rnnioiii*sion. Api>lv in^pprsnp )«-:' N inpt.c«<nih str^t «:: U'o.MAN .n work in hoarding housr: room. tioaid nn-l t.M.il Hillary. Apply IS.'I KiKhU'pMl h ftiT.t f t ^ WOMAN ,'.,i trn.MSl hotmework and laundry. Hnt.r i: to S. by week or full trim?, ivjip hoard and :oom; good wages. WANTI-:ii—\\aitiosses. Taiire Hotel Cof- l'^>_Shop. 6,1 LADV to raie fnr 9-year-old girl while mothrr works. 4 i>. m. to 13 midnisht. 71., I'yprps: HI toot or phone 6^71, Kx- tension 44, fiflpr 4 p. m. «3 SALKSLADY. with knowlt'den of fitting hotter endp iadir-s' and children's slmes. part-time nnly 12 to fi-M. Ralph's Shoe ( J nt Vl.9' t__^lsop. 1:> 11: KKrhf'erith. »iL l MA ID WANTKn—r.M-maneiit~lob.""~Ko a d IVHKCV--. No phono call*. linpcii.il hoi.' 7:',:; Haki-r si,PC I. K-, WA NTED—SALES LA DUOS For full lime work. No exporionre iiocossnrv. Apply nt the information dr.sk. S. H. KRESS & CO. Nineteenth and K Streets HKLPER WANTED on seismoeraoh crew Experience not required: steady 1ob In sn essential Industrv: availability certificate recuired Apply 126 George Hav bullrtlne 10-Z-tf NEEDED—At Pasoo, Washington, by essential war industry—patrolmen. Must have had at least two years of high school, bo in good physical condition. Apply United States Employment Service, 1300 Seventeenth street. 70 WANT—Experienced frv cook. Apnlv Freddie's Cafe. 99 Hiehwav and Twenty fourth street. 10-5-tf WANTED — Tractor mechanics. Twenty-fourth and Highway 99. Ace Tractor Company. 65 STOREMAN—For old established oil fipld supply company. Permanent position. Write Box E-768, The Californian. 62 WANTED — TRUCK AND AUTO ME. THANICS. APPLI SOUTHERN QA RAOE. TWENTI-THIRD AND I STREETS. 12-Sl-tf COTTON PICKERS wanted, Vj mile aouth Fairfax- School. Rome «, Box 662. Phone 2-5066. See Neely or Vernnn Wallls. 63 SPLKNPID opportunity for younp man to entalie In own business. Slotorcyrle nei-OHsary, EUHruntecd Income to start. T'nlimited posKibilitics in virgin field. Apply In person at 1677 Chester avenue. nn LONG-LINE driver for butane hauling; must he experienced In pulling trailers. Apply Pctmlaiie. Fourth and Union. BOY WITH BICYCLE TO WORK AFTERNOONS. APPLY MECHANICAL SUPERINTENDENT, THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFOR- NIAX. 10-11-tf Help Wanted—Female) TELEPHONE OPERATORS BEGINNERS I Fascinating Work—Essential Peacetime) Future PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 1620 Twentieth Street 6-28-tf EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN FOR MEN'S FURNISHINGS AND SHOES. GOOD SALARY. 1'ERMANENT POSITION. APPLf MANAGER EASTERN. 152» NINETEENTH STREET. 9-14-tf MANAOKK IIPKUATOR wanted. Cnnr- nnteed Hjtlnry and commission. Good fetnp for rmliL Kirl. (.'all 'J-4")^1. 67 Help Wanted—Salesmen SALESMAN WANTKD—MeMahan's Furniture Company, Eighteenth and H. • 9-:«-tt SALESMEN—Insulation. Can make J200 a month and up. Us use recommended hv the Kovernment. Inquire C, L. Van Voast Padre hotel. Bakersfield. 10-4-if SALESMAN or salpswoman. L!VP, nest'es- sive. for childrt'n'a educational and chiirarter huildliiff pi-ograni. DirfiH to mothers. Fast, quirk ninneymskir. ^VilI Kivp Bakersfield piccluslvp to rrcht T>!ntv. Room ulfi. Hotel Pailre, afi"r 4 ::IO p. m. «? SAI.V'.SMKN—l';xp, i rience not necessary, to train for executive positinni. tun wnBi's pnld wltiie training. Leed's Shoe Store. 10-in-tf No charge for renting; or sending preferred people to rent your homes, apartments or courts. Only those meeting your requirements will call. Phone early, San Joaquln Agencies. Edward W. Moody. 1812 "Eye" street. Phone 2-2315. If no answer, call 2-0653. 8-25-tf MANAGER local business would like to rent 2-be.lroom. unfurnished. Reference. Phone ,1 -6?5i. 62 MIDDLK-AGRD couple badly In need of 2-hedroom furn.shed house or apartment. Transferred here indefinitely. Pay to $75 a month. No children, no pets. Phone S-84'ii» extension g^ «2 WANTED--Two nr three-bedroom furnished house by permanently employed ;?m_ily._phon»_!>-!ijl2^ Mr. _Radekcr. «2 WAXTED—A nire house or apartment, furnished or partly furnished. Permanent, dependable oouplo; husband discharge,1 from sprvico. no children or pets. Can VnrNO pr-rirmnpnt couple wish house o apartment. No children or pets. Phon '.yiTIT. Euclid Hotel. Room 14. 6 WANTED—Furnished house or apartmen for two oulet. reliable ladies. Must b clos» to hsu line. Call 3-0750 before p. m. or 2-4S54 efter 6. A«k for Mr .]. -M. Lp£an. WANTED—Furnished or partly furnishp apartment or small house by local lad alone. rtoi.iK CKHi-nlial work. No < hildrr or pels. Call 2-fiSl<l or Boh Coats ; Kem Printing: Company. Mrs. Helc __Co;its_SniJj-li. f SOLDI lil' % ' wives and 6-month-old hat need two-bedroom furnished house i vi.inity of Kern County Airport. Phon MAN in critical defense work. Must hav furnished or unfurnished hous^ or siv up Job. Christian people, will he i <• spnnsihle for property. Three month* rent in advance. Phone 3-1 L'S". fi TKllMANENT resident needs furnishe house or ftpurlment or hoilsckeepin rooms. Phone 2-01 4<1. ^ PKRMANKNT COUl'LK WIPH TO RKN I'XKt'RXISHKD '.'-BEDROOM HOVSI OR Db'PLKX. NO CHILDREN. XI PETS. PHOXR S-9763. Situations Wanted—Male I RENOVATE, reseed and fertilize lawns and haul sway the rubbish. 2c «. square foot. Phone 4-4160 Richard Hailey Gardening Service. 80 TREES We Trim AVe Remove We Top We Shape Phone 2-7881 65 ROOK REPAIR, roof stalnlnc. fence huildiiiB. 1'hone li-1110. ISL'3 South .\1 streot. (iil WORK. iU'u on oil production lease; unencumbered, capable, reliable. Understand machinery, pumps, repair, etc. Write P. O. Boi 6^3, Muition A. Bak- prsfield. Ii4 WAXTKD—CJcnerul farm work in viclnily of BakerHfiold: prefer small ranch or farm. E. F, Juhns, Route 4, Box f»0, Ttakersfield. 64 Wanted to Rent—Apartments SINGLE Hi-1 wants apartment or sma house. Permanent; no pets. Must b nice or don't call Won't share. Day _ '-'-0871; nights. S-8351. '( Fl'RNI;3HKl"> apartment wanted by coupl with no children. Please call 2-8541 atler 6 p. m.. call 7-7321. 6 WANTKD. by refined lady, 2 or 3-roor apartment, close In. C»ll Tegeler hote room r.05. between 2 and 4 p. m., o a fter 7 p. m. $ COUPLE wants furnished houoe or apart ment^permanent. Phone 3-1257. f WANTED—Furnished house or apartmen for two quiet, reliable ladies: must b close to bus line. Call 3-07SO before P. m. or 2-4854 after S. Ask for Mrs J. M. Louan. COUPLE with 15-mnnth-old hahy wan furnished apartment. Call 2-2475; per manent: pood roferences. fi Wanted to Buy, Miscellaneous Situations Wanted—Female PUBLIC ethnographer desires work In own office. 2-065S. 1812 "Eye" etreet. Phone t-14-tf WE CLEAN kitchens. 85c hour; also blinds, windows floors by the floor. Larko Cleaners after 6. Phono 7-7462 before 8. 135 WANTED — Middle-aged American woman wishes to exchange services for a good home. P. O. Bex 171, Humboldt county. Calif. Garberville, 6 4 WANTED — Janitress or dishwashing joh. Phone 2-8S79. Ill Hayes. 66 COMPTOMETER operator, experienced all operations wants temporary position. Phone ?-9307. 63 COLORED woman wants bouse work by the hour. 75c an hour. Ask for Vietoria. phone 5-2 812. «_3 IRONING DON15 In my home, ISO "per h our. Phone 5-59.1 S_. 64 GIRL wishes .lob of any kind; willing; to learn H trade. Please call 3-2715: ask for Dolly. 6:! SKRVICB (JIRL. with child 3 li and 3 months, wishes to share home or will care for child In exchanue for board and room. Phone 2-8845, Mrs. Jlerrelt. 63 WANTB1>— Cwh for your uitd fur niture, «lectrlo appliances, etc We buy, trade or exchange- COX FURNITURE Formerly Oildale Furniture 601 East Nineteenth Street Phone 2-4908 «-H-tf DIAMONDS, watches and old jewelry o any description: hlchest market prices paid In cash, Earl McEvoy. precision watchmaker, til Haberfelde bulldln*. Phone t-8397. i l-lo-tf WANT boss of all kinds and sprinter cowa. Phone 2-7076. 68 WANT furniture of all kinds, wood stoves, oil stoves, bede. springs or whatever yoi wish to sell. Phone 2-7075. 68 s FURNITURE Formerly Roy White Furniture ZGL'U CHESTER AVENUE We buy useti furniture, stoves, refrigerators. Pay cash or exchange Call us for real prices. PHONE 7-7021 «,9-tf WANTED TO BUY—Easy washer. In good condition. Phone 2-2045. «2 For Rent—Rooms EXPERIENCED waitress wanted. Freddie's Cafe, Twenty-fourth and Highway 99. 10-5-tf WANTED—Woman for checking and sewing; availability certificate required. Apply In person. Pioneer Allen Cleaners, 600 East Nineteenth Htreet. 63 WANT experienced fry cook. Apply Freddie's Cafe. 99 Highway and Twentv- fourth streets. 10-6-tf WANTED—Typist and stenographer. Apply Acme Finance, Twenty-fifth and Chester. 9-25-tf WANT tray hop and fountain Birl. El Patio Drive Inn. Union and California avenue. 63 VANT; beauty operator; good salary and commission, 6-6894. full time or part-time. 62 ALESLADY wanted. Good opportunity for experienced "ready-to-wear saleswoman. Good salary. Abbott's, 1518 Nineteenth street. 62 WANTED—Women workers; experience unnecessary. Family Service Laundry. Phone 6-6436: evenings 3-1883. »2 WANTED — Saleswoman: 7'.4-hour day. Apply Owens Toy Store, 1228 Nineteenth ntreet. (;2 WO PRESSERS for army shirts: steady work, top wanes, plus production bonus. Can arrange for transportation. Apply Post Cleaners. Winter Field. Phone ..7-7601. exlellHlon .'137. fi,i FKICE work for oil company: some hook- keeping experience. Man or woman. Must have own transportation. Phone 8-8750. B.T 'OLORED GIRL wanted. Young, energetic colored girl wanted as junitress and for work in stockroom. Permanent position; good salary. Abbott's, 1518 Nineteenth street. WANTED — Woman to learn machine press- Ing; availability certificate, rcuuired. Apply In person. Pioneer Allen Cleaner*. l«0_Easl Nineteenth street. 6.1 VANTED—Man or woman to cook for duck club. Good pay. Call 2-80(i3. 6.1 LTERAT1ON lady or assistant wanted. either ful' o,' part-time. Apply at Egger'g, 1823 ! Chester^ _ I?-';.'! /ANTED— Part-time housekeeper: father and two daughters. Phone 2-lti*iO afli-r 6:30 P. m. _ 24J HoUby_Road_.__ ____ «:< fAHEHODSKMAN and driver salesman. T'nlon wases, 5-day week ; some ovcrl iint>. F. D. Reves, 1500 N street. Phone jl-ri.11. ____ •_ _ ___ _ 64 E R V I C E M A N ' S W I F B wi » h OH ~~m i TTd 1 <•'- aiced wiiumn or serviceman'* wife to care for throe school-age children ;iml liitht hoiisnwurk and convenient hom». Phone ^-07;;6. s:, FOR RPINT — To reliable couple. In form of an apartment until you can do better. I will rent my nice bedroom, adjoining hath with kitchen privileges. Must he able to furnish references; prefer work- 416 Lloyd. Golden State InB couple. Tract. FOR RENT — Bedroom, use of phons. close In. 2226 E afreet. For Rent—Houses WILL SHARE my home with couple, children or pets. Phone 3-0359. No 63 For Rent—Apartments HIGHEST prlcea paid for your furniture, appliances, elc. We buy everything. Prompt courteous service. Victory Furniture Exchange, «18 Union avenue. Phone 3-1005. g6 WANTED—Child's tricycle for 6-year-old" Phone 3-1407 after 5 p. m.s3 PREWAR tabletop clock-oven control, larue gas range. Phoue after 3 p. m., 3-1623 —. __6S A RUTANifi tank, ,150 to SOO-gallon capacity; :estrd at not less than 125-pound pressure. Write Box 314. McFarland 1'hone m. .1. B. KP It h. fi 5 WANTED TO BUY—Housi to be movedT Call or write 1003 Height street. Bakersfield. Calif. WANT to buy. lawnmower and edger. Call 2-0253. B3 Wanted to Buy—Property WILL EXCHANGE larce furnished apartment for small furnished apartment. Call 2-47SS after 6. fi: 1 For Rent—Farm Land FOR T,EASE-—140 acres choice potato land, ready to plant; lund has been plowed, disced and floated; plenty of water; has 5 small cabins; land is southwest of Arvin; will lease for 5 years $31) per acre. KImer Martin, 2-9294. 220 Haberfelde building-. (IS For Rent—Miscellaneous WHEEL CHAIRS, hospital bed! with Innersprlns mattresses: walkers, rubber sheeting: everything for elck room. Folding chairs. Phone 7-7419 or 1-0067. l-i-tt Wanted to Rent—Rooms GENTLEMAN* wants room in private home. _ Phone 9-1)764. __ __ t:! Bl'SIN'KSS woman wants room west of _i;he»tor. _ Cajl_3-oaii!l. __ 67 MAN WANTS ROOM or room and Phone (i-1 board in private home. 4-4701. Mr. Clay. Wanted to Rent—Houses PERMANENT CIVILIAN COUPLE WITH YEAR-DLL- CHILD WANT Kl'UNLSHED FIVE Oil SIX-ROOM HOITSE. WILL PAY $100 A MONTH OU MORI?. CALL MR. OR .MRS. NASH. . PHONE 6-8165. 63 on lease Baiesmun wanieu. Call In neison. 1812 "Kye" street. 62 WANTKD—\ licensed Insurance saleiman to take charge of Insurance department. Scvenf-fivc per cent commission. Call In perron 1812 "Kye" street. 82 WANTED—A licensed real estate salesman. A perfect opportunity for large Income. Call in person, Ssn Joaquln Agencies. 1812 "Eye" street. 62 MECHANICS wanted. Attractive offer. Must havf hand tools: availability cer- teflcate required. See shop foreman, Packsrd Agency. 2210 Chester avenue. 10-2-tf WANTED—But bor. ApplT El Telon hotel dining room Bee Mr. Rowen J4 WANTED—Repair and delivery man to work in furniture store. Apply Davis Furniture Company, 1400 Chester avenue. 10-7-tf. COTTON PICKERS WANTED. Vi mile south of roundhouse, on Oalc street. G. W. Solomon. ' <6 EXPERIENCED eervice station •aleiman. Good salary and excellent future. Must have fair education and able to aaaume responsibility of training and directing other*. Firestone Stores, 2331 Clfster. Bakerafield »-30.U 'HITK WOMAN' for gem-ral hotlsi'wiirk. I T i Vl , Cooking. Two In family. Phone j-nr.t. PRESENT HOME SOLD BY LANDLORD AFTER 10 YEARS: FORCED TO MOVK WITHIN THREE DAYS. WOULD LIKK 2 OR 3-BKUROOM FURNISHED HOI >K _£°_R v . L'.'Iv. A P. ! I k' r S ; —^ l . j V. .-'.: ? " " • " :1 CONSTRUCTION' company office inanappr wants furnitihcd hou.se or H im runout Ittr thi'cf: ailults: iicnnMnt-nt. rhune l!-(J14!t _ lictwpfii K:.lo_nml f>. ___ ___ 61 WANTMO to IITK. furnishpil houso or » liai-ttiicnl. AVotklne coui-le, nn rhil- ilicn. best of rcfoipin'c.". Phuno 'J-8U90. _____________________________ 1.1 TWO or thrcn-hpdroom unfurnishfit hniiM\ IH> cliildrcn or pctn; tH-ople of qiiu'l hiihits. iiermnnvnt. West UilkrrsfirM piofcrrpd or l.a ('coHla. Rcferpiu'eii e\- chaiiscd. Phiuip i-Slill. C I List Your Homo or Farm With RICHARnso.V ft SIDDALL REALTORS SOS Hopkins Building Fbone 7-7031 <4 NKKD llstinge; for cash buyers on large and small homes, acre homes, farms anil Income property. Elwood's, 19"n "Eye." 82 vV> need more listings. List vo-r boms, farm, ranch or Income with ' BOTDSTUN * LANCASTER 1(17 H Street Phone l-llll t-l-tf DEWEY A. HORTON If you have 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—Income—Ranches Chester N. Beard Phone 1-tlO* Bill Allen. Assoclats If you wan: your property sold. WILLARD E. BAKER 1414 Seventeenth Street Phone 2-05E5 8-2s-tf SELLING home or farm? Phone 2-0653. Listings not necessary. Have huyere •vuitinu San Joauuin Agencies. Edward W Mcoily 1S12 "Eye" street 10-4-tf WANTED, by private party, from owner (MO hroknr). five-room house in La Cri-Hln. HI-PU: mimt have fair size living SIM! illniiiK room. Will pay cash. Phono ._.-'-"•"». 63 IL will pay you to phone When you want to sell homes or fiiuill farms. LOMITA VERDE—Immediate possession: two bedrooms and den, living room, din- Inir room, nice kitchen with dual sink. hreakfasr nook, hardwood floors, ?!'jor furnace, plenty of tile, lots of cupboard and clo -t spare, very cl'an Inside and 0'it; nice 'ot. double rarage. 11700 wftrth of furniture Included at the price of J10.500. HIGHLAND MANOR — Five-room home, all large rooms, over 1200 feet of floor space: this is a well-constructed home. In excellent condition, entry hall, real fireplace, hardwood floors, floor furnace, plenty of tile, generous cupboard snd closet space; nice lot, double garage: $0800. EAST BAKERSFIELD — Two-bedroom home, plaster and stucco, hardwood floors, tile drain, etc., larg* lot. plenty of fruit and shade. I39SO. WEST BELLE—Horn* and Income. Two- h»<lr om home, frame and plaster, all latest modern conveniences; also modern 2-b»droom adobe in rear, complete!? furnished. 26500, S2000 down. ANOTHER HOMB AND INCOME— Oiut 2-hedroo-n and a. 1-bedroom home; stucco and plaster, about three years old; hardwood floors, tile drains, etc. One house completely furnished. J6000. J2000 ,|own. FOl'R UNIT COURT—Completely furnished; good rental district, will net IS per cent. Is.'iOO. 12000 down. SOlJ'iH 99—Five acres. 2»4-foot frontag*. on 99 Highway: 4'i miles from Eighteenth and Union; good well and pressure system, store building, stock, fixtures and llvin,- quarters. 19500. 13009 down. WIN-GLAND SQUARE — Two-bedroom home. In good condition Insld* and out: has all latest modern conveniences; niea lot. $22f.o down. DUPLEX—Plaster and stucco, about 8 years old In excellent condition, four rooms eac.h side, all latest modern conveniences: one slda completely furnished: in irood rental district, close to> trans- • ruination and markets; 17100. Evenings 1-5228 1704 K Street Southwest—Two bedrooms. largn living and dining rooms, tile in kitchen, fa- rage. nire l*wn; nesr high school. Reasonable down. One 2-bedroom and one 1-bedroom furnished, on large lot close to bus line and shopping center. 14800, terms, General merchandise store and stock, en highway, good location. Larg* concrete store building with living quarters, own water system, nice fixtures with lane walk-In refrigerator, coolers. 4-pump gas station; stop! is complete; off-sale beer license. Paved parking space. On corner one acre. Call for compute information. NICE! COURT near Highway St. good to- cnmc. Reasonable down, balaac* lit a month. 1701 K Strset Faea* 7-TI4I M Unusually well-built home with real dining room, two bedrooms. Isrce living room and breakfast nook, double ffa- rage. lots of shade. Immediate possession. Older, well-built bom* of three bedrooms. real fireplace, large rooms; has new table-top range, large refrtctrator. coed. rugs, innerspring mattress; vacant; immediate possession. Comfortable older house on acrs. well equipped to raise chickens. Has family orchard of assorted young fruit trees; all fenced. Immediate possession. Close to Chester avenue. OlUale, older house with some good furniture. This Is) an exce'Jent location. Immediate posses sion. Small court with Inexpensive rental! and always rented. Will pay II par cent Interest on investment. Well-located business corner on well-traveled boulevard. Close In and baa two well-built houses and shop. Close to Chester avenue. Oildale. well- built home. Can be turned Into tkree bedrooms or two nice apartments. 1923 "Ey«" Street Jti QUICK POSSESSION — 2-b«droom home In Highland Park, only 4- years-old, single garage, good location; fenced yard. One of be*t buys at $4750. Perfect 3-bedroom home in excellent condition. Two baths. Generoui tiling: in kitchen and ample cupboard space; separate still ahower in master bathroom; cooling duct* and cooler. Convenient floor plan; fenced yard; landscaping, 18400. Partly furnished house netr the. General Hospital for only $2400. Garage, lot 50x150, several fruit trees. 662 Chester Avenue Phone 4-4701 «5 40.000 down. IS .000 gross Income. $14,090 down. Known by appointment only. Botb oa sn Highway. Rak.,,field. Call at «li fheater avenue for Information. Ift BKAUTIFUL, 5-room home like new, $(i,")00, one half cash. Charles F. Smith, phona 6-6431. 6jl OR SALE, by owner, five-room stucco hmise. all hardwood floors: large living- mom, dining room, two larg* bedrooms. nh's bath with tile vanity, ball witt linen c'.iocl and extra clothe* closet: lovely kiti hen, tile drain, lots of cup- boa lu space, service porch, double laundry trav.i, large yards back and front, vol! landscaped with back fenced, garage. See at :41i> Alta Vista Drive. 63 KRY modern, well located 5-room stucco home on corner lot, priced at $5000, J1500 cash, balance $45 month. See Mel Hav, 1524 Eighteenth street. Phone 2-0878. S3 WE NEK I) PROPERTY sell, WANTED— A silk finisher. Citizen's EXPERIENCED waitress, work 4 hours dally. Good tip*. Phono 3-U71. pluyi-d (adi't v ive." dcane MIDI!! hfiisH, apaitmnnt or twu hcdrnonis \viih kitrhfii (iriyilcHi-s. No i)ud halntw. Plii>M'- _7-TI>(7 u_fHT_t; p. in. t) I PI.KASK! Mother and son, I'D. employed, badly ill liffd "f 1 or L'-bfih oom unfui- nifhfd houfcr; refei enue.i. 1'hone 3-^JU'i. Help Wanted—F.mal* Help Wanted—Fe>mal« TO WORK NIGHT SHIFTS IN FIEL.D OFFICE NEAR OILDALB SHOULD HAVE OWN TRANSPORTATION See Company Representative at United States Employment Office, Bakersfield or Telephone 7-7SD1 Availability Certificate Required •4 have buyers waiting, quick action guaranteed. Call U'icker, phono _ i'-O.;!'.'. ItfBU Cho.stur. _ 65 I WILL buy Immediately it 2 or 3-bedroom luiuse, if ftlmust new and priced riffhi. i:<iud Iji-aiiiir Brokers do not call. JMlone^ 2 I 3134.__ _ __ __ _ 6:1 WANTED— Business lot within 10 blocks of downtown What have you.' I 1 . O. Box 821, Bakersfielrt Wriie en MODEKN 3 or 4-beclrooni home. In good location. I'lione 2-1S57. 6,'l CALL ELMER MARTIN WHEN YOU WANT CASH AND QUICK Af'TlON IN SELLING TOI'R HOME Ofl RANCH. .NO DEAL TOO LARGE J p!IONE 2-9J94 ROOM 220 HABEKFKLDU BUILDING INTERESTED in small income property. House, duplex or small court showing good return with minimum down payment. Write Box S-71'1, The California.!!. WANTED—By private party, one acre, good locution. Down payment. Phone 4-4851. 66 WANTED Homes and farms to cell, of all kinds, larsa or Boars. 1520 Eighteenth. ' evening* 2-3951. small/ Fnons few J. A. «4 SOUTHWEST— Beautiful large 2- bcdroom home about 4-years-old on a swell % acre parcel. Lota ot fruit and berries, and furnished completely aa you would furnish your own home. Alta Vista Tract — Modern 5-year-old, 2-bedroom home on a large lot. In excellent condition; a good buy at $5750. Wardrobe closata; lots uf tile, --car garage. $ FRKAL. W. HA R VET 203 BROWER BUILDING PHONE 2-4260 EVENINGS 2-4143 S4 Closs In r>n Quiney—Two b»drooms: roum has bsamsd cellln* an< flr«p!4c*. hardwood floors, tiled floor In bath. tlt«4 sink ir kitchen, larc* wrvtc* or ' — ins porch, nlcs bassmsnt. yard •prlnklint system, for only If tit. |t| down, 137.60 psr month. WILLARD B. BATCH PBOM 1-WI !»-«-«* 1414 SsvsntMnth 8tr**t ONE acre with i-room house and carsxe. Equipped with all nrdsei also a garden tracter. Tble er«« planted lo flowers for commercial Has plenty of water. Price I«7M. Elmer F. Karpe. 1(17 ElcbteeaU VIVE-ROOM houss, close In OB I| 50x150, 11000; 1200* down, 3-1317. POOR BOT'8 chance. Aroom hou*e, I179*. ea»y. rrank Pay.
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