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Announcement* Classified Adrertlelnt oolumna of Tnt Bakersfleld Callfornian close promptly at 10 o'cinch each mnrnln* far ill one- eolumn ads. Two-column or larger ada mutt b* placed tht da» before publlca- _ tlnn. Phnn« 7-7B31. 1-14-tf for rmt—Trucks. Hckups. trailer*. Park er'*, Klghtb and Union •venue, Phone _.«-»»«l. 1-Jl-tf ALL. Kind* ot welenta and wldtlw ot can- »aa. Cuvaa «o«ds made to order at _ Honmnra, 1006 Nineteenth street, l-f-tf AND NOTARI-. PUBLIC at 1112 "By*" »treet. Phone t-0(ll. 9-14-tf REFUNDS on classified advertisements which have been canceled before the expiration date murt be called for WITH CASH RECEIPTS within one month from date of cancellation. There will be a service charge of one Insertion for class), fled "(Is Disced and canceled before cub' llcatlon. The Bakrrsfleld Callfornlan. 5-21-tf LADIES' ateam cabinet bath. 1012 Union •venue. Phone 8-0660 or 2-4B87. «4 4CHANGB ol ownership and name. Oils' Barber and Beauty Shop wlh henceforth be known as Baker Street Barber and Kenuly Shop, 923 Baker street. .lolin Province, new owner; Henry Banmnn •till assistant barber. Thelma Moke fllill In charge of beauty shop. 67 IIALR or female Hormones available at Brmidnge Phitrmacy. 15 Chester. Phone li-5019. BS Lost—Found—Strayed LOST—Handmade billfold with Initials G. H. F., in Fox theater or near; containing gas stamps and operator'a license. 15 reward. 2120 East California avenue. 83 LEFT, by Harmon Anderson, a small suitcase or satchel In some business house • round the seventh of September: has union papers and set of false teeth in It. Phone 2-7334. 88 LOST—Lower plate false teeth. 105 Harding- street. Reward. ([3 LADY'S saddle tan purse, containing platinum and diamond wriet watch, ration books; other valuable papers. Bnkers- fleld address. COS 1. Owner has moved to Wasco, Route 1. Box 212. Phone 4433. Liberal reward. 6ji LOST—Blond male Cocker, wearing collar. Last seen al Bakersfleld Inn. Phone B-547B. fit LOST—Infant's handmade dress and pants In brown paper has. Phone 6-b901. Mrs. Ford. FOUND—One JO.00x20.00 Firestone tire. mounted. Owner call 0-8397 after B:'IO _ P. m. e_5 LOST—5*7 black lonsc-leaf notebook; engineer'* notes valuable to loser only. Mall or will call. Lost on Seventeenth street, between Chester and I'n- lon. W. A. Ror.onnff. P. O. Box «68, Bakersfleld. Soil Conservation Service. 64 Personals HE&ORRHO1D SUFFERERS — No hoa- < pltallutlon nor loea ot time. No aurgerr nor tnjeetlnne. New. eafe, painless method of eliminating hemorrhoids now •Tillable from Dr. L. R. Pennlnctnn. 0. C.. lulte t. Professional building. ghone i-«100. ».»-tf BACROILUC LESIONS, low back palna. arthritis, constipation and prostate dla- ordera corrected. Or. D. U. Partab. D. <;,, 407 Habcrfalde bulldlna. I'hone B. D. McBrlrtr Detective Agency room 110, Haj>«bu'ldlnir Bakerafleld Licensed and bonded. Confidential Investigation. Phone 2-2800 or l-«66» 8-7-tf WHO OWES TOUT I for accounts), notes and judgments. Commercial Business Bureau, O. H. Slack, manager, 1621 Twentieth atreet, phone 7-7584. 74 ANYONE wishing to see Henry EKgerm former manager of Eastern, please call at 1823 Chester avenue. ANYONE knowing the whereabouts of Mr. W. A. Deltino, comforter and cabinet maker, please call 2-ti071 or write Mrs, George F. Bond, Post Office Box 1678. «6 £ AM AT FAY'S Beauty shoppe and would like to serve my friends. Mae Rodcen. 04 AFTER October 12, 1944, I will not be responsible for any bills other than my own. Curtis D. Anderson, Monarch Hotel Needles, Calif. 65 HAVING sold my place of business known as Hale's Grocery, at 301 A street, Arvin, Calif., will not he responsible for any debts contracted after October 7. C. A. Hale. fit Financial for INCOME TAX PAYMENTS SCHOOL NEEDS NECESSITIES BJTC. BORROW ON Automobiles Trucks Furniture Farm Equlpt. •alary "PAID FOR OR NOT' Too may still borrow for •• Ions as It months. Prlrate Bales of Automobiles, Trucks and Furniture Financed 100% LOCALLT OWNED Trade with local people who understand local conditions, *W. J. (Bill) Bergman Maurice It. Clalr 18th and Cheater Opp. Montgomery Ward Phone 1-17(1 Appointment* Made t-l-tf A MONTH REPAYS $100 LOAN IN FULL IN 12 MONTHS. NO CO-SIGNERS. made on salary, furniture, autos to Office employee, skilled and unskilled Industrial workers, civil service employees, business executives, etc. Private. Prompt. Come In. write or phone- flrat—when approved pick up ca:.h. You get full amount of loan. Private sales of automobiles and furniture financed. Nation-wide Credit Cards issued and honored here. 340 Sill Building (Under the big Coca-Cola sign) 1503 Eighteenth Street W. Verhaag. Mgr. Phone 8-<S95 Auto Furniture Truck Salary PREWAR SERVICE 1712 Chester Phone 2-1337 ' Bhort term buainesq loan. Can trive good security and return. Tel. 7-7649. OS Local business enterprise wants Call at S215 Cheater avenue for Information. 10-11- H UONIf TO LOAN Lewi term, all tyn* arm loan*, 4 H per cent lalaraot. No enmmlaalon to bnr- t i v R«ALT> CO. TIR BU1L01NO .._ PBONC M 1-441 Financial EMERGENCY CASH LOANS Borrow 1100 Caah for Thirty Dayi Repay 9102.60—Total Colt ONLY 12.60 If You Prefer, Take Up to Twelve Month* to Pay Only You Have to glen- No Co-algnera AUTOMOBILE, FURNITURE TRUCK LOANS Private Sales of Automobiles and Furniture Financed SEABOARD FINANCE COMPANY 2300 Cheater Telephone H-9421 8-21-tf Business Opportunities MUST lacrlflce for Immediate sale, gnlnr In service. Drive-In; 1« stools, completely equipped.. Any reasonable offer accepted. Call at 1118 Sixteenth itreet between M and N or phnne 2-H757. 65 HIGHWAY BUSINESS—150 frontage, 25 mllefl from Bakersfield. Gas station, grocery more, Ilirhi. lunches; five Rood cabins and living quarters. Price $11900. cash 53700, -.vhlch includes grocery stock, fixtures, gas and oil. Now operating, monp.vni.ikvr for a couple. V rank Day. 1 ill li "Eye." 63 FOR SALE—Service station, 3 pumps, auto parts, tires, tithes, hoist, etc; building. 3 lots; good bt'Hlness: unusual opportunity for good mechanic; selling account ill henllh. Richfield. 2!7 Front. Buttonwillow. fl7 Schools—Instruction INTERNATIONAL Correspondence School offer* Job training. Spar* time: home aludy. Fr»e catalogue. Car. Lee Manful], 7-7535 or write Box 43S. 71 Transportation—Buses FRJDB MIBAI<8 AND P1LLOWB Lowest Fares to All Points ALL-AMERICAN BOS UNB INC. -0»« Cheater Bill* L. Ball Phone 1-8438 1-7-tf SANTA FE AND BURLINGTON BUS DEPOT Sixteenth and F Phone 2-0472 3-6-tf LKAVING Friday for Oklahoma City, will take three passengers to enure expenses. ...1825 K Btreet. TAKE FOUR to Phoenix tomorrow (Friday) morning; leaving Bakersfictd 10 a. m. Late model car. Call 2-<S!i95. Contractors and Builders POLKS. YOU'D BETTER GET THAT ROOF PAINTED BEFORE THE RAINY SEASON GETS HERE! I SPECIALIZE IN ROOFS AND ALL TYPES OF SPRAYING. A. G. WELLINGHAM. PAINTING & DECORATING CONTRACTOR. PHONE 2-6(18:1. 65 Occupational Service* Tree Service Pruning Shaping Topping Taking Trees Out Free Estimates L. G. Floyd Phone 6-6674 65 BEST plumbing service. The best costs less. Repair and remodeling: little lobs S et flrat attention. Countv license. Phone _ -2102. 64 TRUMAN'S TRANSFER—Long dia- tanca and local. 812 North Chester, Oildale. Phone 2-8914. 66 WE DO TREE topping, removing: fence building, team work, plowing, general work: Juat work: have truck. Phone B-6740. ft TREE BERVICK CO Pruning. Shaping. Topping Also Trees Taken Oui B. Parker Free Estimating 1807 H Street Phone 1-1189 61 FOR general contracting and repair work. call 3-0675. 63 GENERAL PAINTING CONTRACTOR M. S. Oruey. phone 2-6300 Spray or bruih. Home or Industrial. Estimates _?ree. 71 Careful, expert work at reasonable prices. Have your brakes Inspected every 6000 miles. No charge for this service, Firestone Stores Twenty-fourth and Chester 9-27-tf ELECTRIC Irons, sewing machines and vacuum cleaners repaired. Killebrews Sewing Machine Repair Shop, 1609 West Eighth street. Phone 9-9437. 79 ELECTRIC motor rewinding and repair. Fast service and vork guaranteed. Delta Electric and Machine Shop, 1200 Pacific atreet. go PAINTING Residential, ranch and Industrial. Brush and complete spray equipment. Free estimates. Phone 8-2432. Contractor O. H. Hines 80 REFR 1GERATORS and washing machines overhauled and rebuilt. We also move them. 328 Washington. Oildale: phone -'-"878. 66 RELIABLE PAINTING, DECORATING. Residence, Commercial, Spray Painting SID L. HELLEP. Licensed and Bonded Contractor 2409 "Eye" Street Phone 2-J483 10-2-tf Santa 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—Dressmaking and alterations. Mm. ;,. G. Lincoln, 618 Lincoln street. Phone S-8S66. 63 TWO TREES down. Wood free by clearing up brush. Phone 2-7402. 410 tLake. 64 TRUCK HAULING — Anything, any time, aifywhere. Furniture moving a specially. Phone 2-3125. Whltle Morehead. 106 Decuiur Ulrect, Oildale. 88 VACUUM SWEEPERS, hair dryers. Irons" heat pnds, toasters, motors—everything electrical repaired. Money-back guarantee. Will pick up nnd deliver. Huntley Appliance Service and Repair, 917 Water flrecl. Phone 2-4S70 or 2-9354. HATS cleaned and blocked. Operator former employe of Stetson factory. California Hat Shop, 807 Baker street, East Bnkersfleld. 64 Have your old fur coat made like now. Repairing, rcstyllnKi redye- ins, cleaning and glazing. Expert workmanship 1'Yee estimates gludly given at 9 1823 Chester Avenue Phone 2-5580 PAPISRHANRING. palnlers Work eun7- anteed. Thompson. Call 2-0780. 65 Help Wanted—Mal« EXPERIENCED TIRE MAN. OOUD •ALARY, EXCELLENT POSTWAR 5£ PORTUNITY. riBWSTONR STORES, TWKNTT.FOURTH AND CHK8TEH AVENUE. l-IO-tf BICLI.»IAN--eiuet b* o»ar II, Apply Hotel Paflre. t-l-tf WANTED—Oil field workers, rouatabouts. rotary helper*, firemen, « and 7-day work weak schedules. Phone t-mi. Tidewater Associated Oil Company. 17 WANTED—Two helper* for portable drill rl t-,~* 12 Waahinetou, OlldaU. Phone *"71 7778. el HELPER WANTED on selimotrapb crew. Experience not required: eteadr 1ob In an essential industry; availability certificate required Applr 111 Oeore* Hav bulldlnc. • 10-l-tf NEKTJBD—At Paiico, Waahlngton, by eusentlal war Industry—patrolmen. Must have had at least two years of high school, be in good physical condition. Apply United States Employment Service, 1300 Seventeenth street. 70 Help Wanted—Male Help Wanted—Male PLEASE APPLY AT THE • U. S. E. at Seventeenth and L LOCKHEED AIRCRAFT CORPORATION, BAKERSFIELD 10-9-tf AT TAFT Oiler for Gas Engine Compressor Plant—Male Draftsman, Veteran or Female Chainman, Male AT BAKERSFIELD Helpers for initalling and repairing pipe lines—male. AT WASCO Serviceman—male. AT LEBEC Pipeline repairman—male. AVAILABILITY CERTIFICATE REQUIRED Apply to Phones Taft 464, Bakersfield 7-7501, Wasco 4231, Lebec 18 79 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 AVAILABILITY CERTIFICATE REQUIRED INTERVIEW DAILY 4:30 TO 5:30 P. M. 727 East Twenty-first Street «4 WANTED. AT UNCE. AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC. PERMANENT WORK: TOP WAGES. APPLY RAKEK-ADAUS PONT1AC OARAGE. 2701 CHESTER. 6-23-tf WANTED—Kxperlencod autn mechanic. Good hours and pay. In an essential lob. Hsnd tools and avallnblllty certificate necessary. See Mr. Reed. Kltchen-Rnyd Motor Company, 2210 Chester avenue. 8-26-tf Jobs available In this war essential Industry with t. postwar future. Apply to Vio Ingham nr George Sheeham. S301 Chester A verm At S P. Railroad Tracks 67 WANTED—Tire service man. Good future, good salary. Apply Smart Tire Store, S30 Twenty-first street. SI MAN WANTED—Kern County Cotton Gin, Magunden. 63 OIL WELL pump service man: permanent postwar position: experience not necessary; statement ot availability required. Neilsen Pump Company, 1125 Thirty- fourth atreet. «3 DOORMAN wanted. Apply after 6 p. m. Granada theater, 615 Kentucky atreet. 10-10-tf WANTED—Trimmer In operate alass anrt upholstery dens rt men t In lurge repslr shop See Rarkmsn at Motor Center. Twenty-sernnrt inrt CheXer R.IS-tf NEEDED—Steamfitters, plumbers, Kteamfitter combination welders, at Pasco, Washington. Transportation advanced. Apply United Statew Empolyment Service, 1300 Seventeenth street. 70 MAN for dairy work, washing bottles and equipment and helpinp in bottlins room. Phone 6-6826 after tf:30 p. m. 65 WANTED—-Presser at Citizen's Laundry, 931 Sixteenth street. 64 HELP WANTED at Minter Field Conks, waitresses. dichwHphers, bus boy*, jitnttors and lounve orderlies. Apply at I". S. Employment Agency, 1.100 Seventeenth, Bukerstield. or Civilian Personnel Office. Mlnter Field, 65 MAN WANTED for washroom work. No race dUtlnctlon. Apply at Twenty-first and R streets. 64 WAREHOUSEMAN and driver salesman. Hnlon waaes. o-day week; some overtime. F. D. Reves, 1500 N atreet. Phnne 2-3331. (4 EXPERIENCED cook and sandwich girl. Mlcheiier's Drive-In. 85 BODT and fender man; must be able to paint. OH Field Trucking Co. Phone 6-6517. II WANT—Experienced frv cook. Aoolr Freddle'a Cafe. II Highway and Twenty- fourth street. 10-t-tf WANTED—Service station attendant, experience not necessary. Bcnzlno'a Aulo Service, Twentieth and K streets. _ 64 BOY WITH BICYCLE TO WORK AFTERNOONS. APPLY MECHANICAL SUPERINTENDENT, THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN. . * 10-lMI BY UNITED GEOPHYSICAL CO. For work on seismograph pros- pecting crew in Venezuela. Apply 1016 Union Avenue or U. S. Employment Olfice 63 DERRICKMEN AND ROTARY HELPERS NEEDED; STEADS 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 dales- man wauter* Write Bin O-I93. The Calitornien l-l-tf NEKDKD to heir maintain transportation, auto and truck meehnnlcf anrt body men. Full time work. Motor Center. Buick, Chevrolet and Cadillac dealer See Rackman, Twenty-«econd and Cheater. MECHANICS wanted. Attractive offer. Must hnvr hand tools: availability cer- teflcate .pqulred Sec shot foreman, Packard Agency 2210 Cheater avenue. 10-2-tf WANTED—Bus boy. Applv El Telon hotel dining room See Mr. Rowen 64 WANTED—Repair and delivery man to work in furniture store. Apply Davis Furniture Company, 1400 Cheater avenue. 1 p_-7-tf, COTTON PK.KER8 wanted, h mile aouth Falrfa-- School Rou^e «. Boi 662. Phnne 2-6060 See Neely or Vernon Wallls 63 EXPERIENCED icrvlce alatlon salesman. Good salary and excellent future. Must have fair education and able to assume responsibility of training and directing other*. Firestone Stores, 2331 Chester. Bajconfleld. 9-30-tf HELP WANTED—Warehouse and mllllne department. Apply l.int O Hreel. fii WANTED — Tractor mechanics. Twenty-fourth and Highway 99. Ace Tractor Company^ ' 65 WANTED — TRUCK AND AUTO MECHANICS. APPLX SOUTHERN QA- RA.1E, TWENTT-THTRI) AND 1 STREETS. 12-31-lf Help Wanted—Male SPLENDID opportunity for yotinr man to engage In own hunmrss. Motorcycle neressnry, gun rnntoed Income to start. Vnlimitcd posKihilities in virgin field. Apuly in person at KT7 Chester avenue. COTTON PICKERS WANTED. south of roundhouse un Oak G. W. Solomon. i mile street. Help Wanted—Female TELEPHONE OPERATORS BEGINNERS Fascinating Work—Essential Peacetime Future PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Situations Wanted—Female PUBLIC stenographer deslret work In own office. 1112 "Eye" atreet. Phone !-08S>. t-14-tf WE CLEAN kitchen*. 85e hour; also blinds, windows floors by the floor. Larko Cleaners Phnne 7-746J before 8. _nfter_6. _______ 135 WANTED — .\luj<]le-agrd AmTicnn woman wishes in CM iianee services for a good home. P. O. Bex 171. Oarhervlll _ Hurnboldt^rnunty. Calif, COMPTOMETER operator, experienced nil operations wants temporary position _ Phone "-9TI07. P COLORED wnman wants house work by the hotir. 7.Sc an hour. Ask for Vlc- _ forln. phnne 2-2M2. 63 lilRI, wishes .ii. lenrn n tint',. 1 f"rr>o!ly. of any kind; willing to Please call 3-2715; auk 1520 Twentieth Street K-29-tf EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN FOR MEN'S FURNISHINGS AND SHOES. GOOD SALARY. PERMANENT POSITION. APPLY MANAGER EASTERN. 1629 NINETEENTH 8TRBET. l-14-tf EXPERIENCED waitress wanted. Freddie s Cafe, Twenty-fourth and Highway 99. 10-6-tf WANTED—Woman for checking and sewing; availability certificate required. Apply in person. Pioneer Allen Cleaners. 800 East Nineteenth street. 63 WANT experienced fry cook. Apply Freddie s Cafe. 99 Highway and Twenty- fourth streets. 10-G-tf. WANTED—Typist and stenogra* pher. Apply Acme Finance, Twenty-fifth and Chester. 9-25-tf WAN'T trav hop and fountain elrl. El Palio Drive Inn, Union and California avenue. 63 TWO PRfcSyKRS for army shirts; steady \\-or\i, top wages, plus production bonus. ('an an.incr lor transportation. Apply Post Cleaners, Winter Field. Phone 7-761)1. extension 3:17. 113 COLORED GIRL wanted. Young, energetic colored girl wanted as janitress and for work in stockroom. Permanent position; good salary. Abbott's, 1518 Nineteenth street. 63 WANTKD—Woman to learn machine pressing; availability certificate required. Ajt- i ply in person. Pioneer Allen Cleaners. 600 Kast Nineteenth Btreet. C3 WANTED—Man or woman to rook for duck cluh. (.iood pay. Call 2-806D. 63 WANTED—Part-time housekeeper; father and two daughters. Phone 1M660 after «j30_p._in. L'<3 lloltby Road. 63 WHITE WOMAN for Reneral housework. Cookinfr. Two in family. Phone 2-4854. 64 WANTED—A silk finisher. Citizen's Lanndi-y, 931 Sixteenth street. 64 EXPERIENCED SALESLADY IN FURNITURE STORE. CtOOD SALARY. CALL IN PERSON. SUMMERS, 4L'0 EAST NINETEENTH STREET IQ-lO-tf OPERATOR WANTED—Jackie's Beauty Salon: salary and commission. Apply In person. 1632 Nineteenth street. 63 WANTED—Waitresses, fee Shop. Padre Hotel Cof- 63 MAID WANTED—Permanent joh. >.ood \vitges. No phone calls. Imperial hotel. 733 Baker street. 63 WANTED—SALESLADIES For full time work. No experience necessary. Apply at the information desk. S. H. KRESS & CO. Nineteenth and K Streets MANAUKJl-OPKltATOR wanted. Guaranteed salary and commission. Gund setup for right girl. Call 2-45.14. 67 ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER — Experience not necessary. Permanent position. Phone 39-J. Arvin. 6& WANTED—Experienced alteration lady, permanent position, good salary. Gar- rison'a Dress Shop, 1818 Chester ave- £i lie. 6 5 EXPERIENCED fountain (tirl, top watres. Apply Michener'B Drive-In. 6Ti WAITRESS wanted for morning; shift. Busy Bee 1616 Twenty-firm street. 65 LADY to care for 9-year-old frlrl while mother works. 4 p. m. to 12 midnight. 715 Cypress street or phone 5-&751. Extension 44. after 4 p. m. 63 ATTENTION WOMAN Experienced in ulterinK hetter suits and dresses. Excellent salary. Permanent position. SIEVEM'S DRESS SHOP SALESWOMEN — You can mnke J'iO per week every week of your lile selling a brand new child's triiininK program to mothers. We can prove this to you hy Hi-'lual (lenionstnuion. Room 516, Hotel _Pndre._>U'tcr_ 4 _ p._m. __ __ __ 64 SERVICEMAN'S WII'T. wishes lillddle- nKecl woman or Hervif^mnn's wife to care for three school-nut 1 children and liKht housework in convenient home. Phone 2-0736. _ ____ 65 HOUSEKEEPER — Full or piirt time, live in home if possible. Phone 2-4470. 65 Help Wanted—Salecmcn SALESMAN WANTED—McMahan's Furniture Company, Eighteenth and H. 9-2«-tf SALESMEN —Insulation. Can make 1200 a month and up. Its use recommended hv the covernment. Inquire C. L. Van Voast Padre hotel._Bflker»fleld. _10-4_-_tf SALESMEN—Experience not necessary, to train for executive positions, top waged paid whlir training. Leed's Shoe Store. !<!i! Ill WANTED—Reliable, hustler to supply consumers with 200 household Heredities in south and cast K<'rn, north Tillare and cast Ventura counties. State age, IM-CII- pation. references. RawleiBh's, Department rAJ-SOi-Y, Oakland, Calif. Situations Wanted—Male I RENOVATE, reseed and fertilize lawns ami haul away the ruhblsh. 2c a square foot ?hon 44X0 Richard Haile.v Gardening Service. SO TREES We Trim We Remove We Top We Shape Phone 2-7881 65 ROOF REPAIR. roof staining. fence building. Phone 2-1110. lit:::! South M Htreet. 63 WORK. •Ifu on oil product Ion lease: unencumbered, capable, reliable. I'nder- stand machinery, pumps, repair, etc. Write P. O. Box «J3. Station A. liak- _ersfleld. _f!4 WANTKD—tk'ncral farm work In vicinity of RakerHl'ield: prefer f-rnall ranch or 1 farm. E. F. Johns. Route 4. Box 5H. Kill; frsfi eld. 64 WK DO leveling, disking nnd iilmvinu. l-hdiie 3-:':'ii7, t:r> Situations Wantad—Female) IRONING DONE in my' home, 7Uc per hour. Phone fi-fiS-TS. (14 Help Wanted—Female Help Wanted—Female TO WORK NIGHT SHIFTS IN FIELD OFFICE NEAR OILDALE SHOULD HAVE OWN TRANSPORTATION See Company Representative at United States Employment Office, Bakerafleld or Telephone 7-7851 **. I Availability Certificate Required «4 SKRVIC'K OIP.I,, with child S'i and 3 months. wishr^ to share home or will cure for cli Id in exchange for board and room. Phnne :-SS45. Mrs. Merrell. __ B3 WOMAN wains liRht housework four __ hours n rtny. Phone 2-U198 EXPKTU KNt'KO secretary - stenoffraphe desires position In Oildale. Please call ENPKruKNCKD girl wants day work nn Saturday, 7.V rents per hour. Phnne KLDKRLV lady with 14-year-old dauch- ter wishes hnn*c\vnrk. Phnne 2-ir>M' For Rent—Rooms FI'RNISHKD room, adjolnintr hnth. Outside "iitranre. (.lent Icinun nn!> p . "tin M si met. ' fi4 For Rent-—Houses SMALL TIOr.SE for couple onlv. Some furniture to he »old to renter. Phone 2-9380. WILL SHARK, our house with relinhle white couple in exchange for general housework. rare of Invalid. Ronrd, room. Kome wnues. 9IS Monterey. «."> For Rent—Farm Land FOR LEASE—140 sicros choice potato land, rracly to plant; la ml hns bppn plowed, dlsrcd anrl floatorl; plenty of \vatrr; has 5 small cabins; land is southwest of Arvin; will lease for 5 years $;iO per acre. Klmer Martin, 2-9.94. 2"0 Haberfelde b\illdins:. fiS For Rent—Miscellaneous WHEEL CHAIRS, hospital cede with Inneraprlng mattresses: walkers, rubber sheeting: everything for sick room. Fold- Ing obalra. Pbon* 7-1488 or l-OOO. I-S-tf Wanted to Rent—Rooms MAN WANTS ROOM or room and board in private) home. Phone 4-4701. Mr. Clay. 64 MAN wants housekeeping room or room nnd board In private home, rhone 3 - L' 4 5_8. f T, LOCAL younit lady would like room In vicinity of Southern Pacific. Phone :i-1748 after 6 p. m. C,4 Wanted to Rent—Houses PERMANENT CIVILIAN COUPLE WITH YEAR-OLL CHILD WANT FURNISHED FIVE Oil SIX-ROOM HOUSE. WILL I'AV $100 A .MONTH Oil MORE. CALL Jill. OR MRS. NASH. PHONE 6-6155. 6.1 PRESENT HOME SOLD BY LANDLORD AFTER 10 YEARS; FORCED TO MOVIO WITHIN THREE DAYS. WOULD LIKE 2 OR 3-BB.DROOM FURNISHED HOUSK KOR FOUh ADULTS _£A_LL_2JI7_4J,_C3 CONSTRT'CTION' company office manager wants furnished houne or apartment for ihree adults; permanent. Phone 2-0149 _ bet ween 8:30 n nd_J^ 6 4 WANTKD to rent, furnished house or atmrlment. Working couple, no children. Best of references, i'hone 9-90UO. 1.1 TWO or three-bedroom \infurnlBhed house, no children or pets; people of quiet hahim, permnnent. West Bakersfield preferred or L.i Crenta. References exchanged. Phone C-Silll. 64 TWO employed cadet wives desire small house, apartment or two bedrooms with kitchen privileges. No bad luibks. Phone 7-7187 after 8 p. m. 64 PLEASE! Mother and son, 20. employed, badly in need of 1 or 2-bedroom unfurnished house; references. Phone 3-2300 67 SERVICEMAN'S wife with tiny baby needs unfurnished house. Must move Immediately. Fhone 4-4.1J1. 64 PERMANENT civilian family would like to rent a two-hedroom house. Will pny rent six months In advance. Employed by telephone company. Call 2-3600. 6fi FURNISHED house by rellabie~~farnTiy" Phone 2-8S1T or 2-8723. 65 H1OH achoil teacher, wife and son want to rent 2-bedroom house, preferably In town. Will prospective sellers plense rent for elBht months? Need house to bring family together. Phone 2-^50. 6!> EMPLOYE of Automobile Club of Southern California needs unfurnished house at once. Phone J^S'iS. fifi FURNISHED I-hedroom house or apartment; permanent, references. I'hone 2-1602. Mrs. Young. 6/» PERMANENTLY located couple want furnished or unfurnished house; references. Call between 8 a. m. and B p. m.. Tom Huff. Phone 9-9613. 65 1 OR 2-BEDROOM HOUSE, FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, fi MONTH'S RENT IN ADVANCE. REFERENCES. CALL, 2-5289. G5 URGENTLY NEEDED, i or s-hedroom home, preferably East Baketsfleld. BeM of references. Phone Mm. Bubuurk. Sierra Book Store, l'-6u4u. 67 No charge for renting or Rending preferred people to rent your homei, apartment* or court*. Only those meeting your requirement! will call. Phone early, San Joaquln Agencle*. Edward W. Moody, 1812 "Eye" etreet. Phone 2-2315. It no answer, call 2-0653. 8-26-tf WANTED—Furnished or partly furnished apartment or small house by local lady alone, riot.ic essential work. No children or pels. Cull 2-6810 or Boh Coats al Kern Printing Company. Mrs. Helen Coals Smith. y SOLDIL'P ' wives and 6-month-old bahy need two-bedroom furnished house in vicinity ot Kern County Airport. Phone 3-SUe^ f!l MAN' in critical defense work. Must hnvn furnished or unfurnished house ur Kive up joh. Christian people, will be re- wpnnslhle for Mroperty. Three months' rent in advance. Pho_ne 3-1287. 6.1 PERMANENT resident needs furnished house or apartment or housekeeping rooms. Phone 2-0148. Wanted to Rent—Apartments SINGLE ci.l iviiius apartment or small house. Permanent; no pets Must he nice or don't call Won't share. Days. ?;087J> : nights, 6JI351. 65 FURNIJIHED apartment wanted by couple with no children. Pleuse call 2-8541. after 6 p m.. call_7-7321 _ li;l COUPt.E wants furnished house nr npart- ment; permaru-nt. Phone 3-1.^57. 64 WANTED—-Furnished house or apartment I'nr two iiuiet. telmlile ladies; must he close to bus line. Call 3-07,',0 before 6 p. m. ur 2-1814 niter C, Ask for Mrs. J._M._LoBiiii. «7 COI.'PLK with IC-imwlh-old baby want furnished Jipartmenl. Call 2-247, r >; t>er- limiient; jjtind i e£erejn-e»JL 67 WANTRD—Single cir double apnrtmont for In* al liualnessnifiii. Located in lluU- eirtriel.l past st\ yeais. Peimanent. N«> thlldirn. IH_ lids I 1 lnine_7.7921. _ i;s WANTED TO RKNT by rollnle nnd 7-ymr- i.UI Kill. i'nriii«hed or unfurtilsheil UDHII- ment. duplex or holme. Must he cln.ip to erhool Herereines. Phone 2-2I31. 1 . it.'i ARMY coi'PLK ui-BMiitly need furnished apartment or small hnu*te. up to $60. Ouiet. no children, no pets. Call Fust Sergeant Earment. "-8601 Extension 8. 68 Wanted to Rent—Farm Land WANTED TO RENT—30 to 40 acros. alfalfa or virjrln land preferred; muitt be soft. K. Boithoslun, The Club. Delunn. 65 Wanted to Buy, Miscellaneous WANTBJ>—Caen (or your uaed furniture, electric appliance!, etc. We buy, trade or exchange. COX rURNlTURB Formerly Oildale Furniture 601 E««t Nineteenth Btreet Phone 2-4608 6-14-tf DIAMONDS, wslobes and old Jewelry tit any deaarlptloBi hlahest market prloea paid In cash. Bar! MoEvoy. precision watchmaker. Ill Haberfelde bulldlnt. Pboae I-III7, ^ % H-I8-U gfae gafcrrrtiefb CaHtornfan Thunday, October U, 1944 17 Wanted to Buy, Miscellaneous For Sale—Improved Prefierty WANT hnri of sll kinds and sprinter cow» : P h i n "__2j:"jJ "S; 61 WANT fiiriiture of all kinds, wood stoves. oil stoves, beds, sprints or whatever you •"••sh to s»ll Phone 2-707B. M FURNITima Formerly Roy White Furniture 2620 CHESTER AVENUE We buy used furniture, atovet, refrigerators. Pay caah or exchange. Call u« for real prices. IIIOHEST prlcen paid for vour furniture. appliance', etr We buy everything. Prompt ronrteniis service. Victory Furniture Kxrhange. 618 I'nion avenue. _Ph.-/ne_.'!-_K>or>. __ S5 WANTKD— Child's tricyrie for €-year-old. Phone 3-i 407 after j p. m. 8S PR K WAR tabletop rlork-nven ronlrol. large KIIS ranse. I'hone after 3 p. m., 3-16 _ fij A BI'TAXB tank, HSO to SCO-gallon ca- pncltv-; .ested at not less than 125-pound pressure. Write Box 314. McFarlanrt. J'hnne_61_:__.I R_ Keith. B5 WANT to buy. lawnriowcr and edger. Call _'.' -0'JS3. WANT to hny late model electric refrigerator and washing machine. Phone 2 - 4 S 1;,. WANTED TO BUY—Girl's bicycle, full »r/e; must be good condition. Phone a_ft f r_8_ jv _m .,7-7746. 6 4 WANTED—Pair of skates for child, age ft. Phone 2-310J. Wanted to Buy—Property List Tour Home or Farm With RICHARDSON * SIDDALL REALTORS 505 Hopkins Building Phone 7-7031 <4 NF.ED listing* for cash buyeis on large and small homes, acre homes, farms and Income property. Elwood'e, 1I1C3 "Bye." 8 2 We need more listings. List vo .r home, farm, ranch or Ineoma with BOTDSTUN A LANCASTER 1817 h Street Phone I-S63> DEWEY A. HORTON If you have a home, small Improved acreage, or farm land for aale CALL 2-5379 1704 K Street 71 List rour property with ua for quick, courteous results. Homes—Income—Ranches Cheater N Beard Phone t-(90l Bill Allen, Associate I-I-H SELLING home or farm? Phone 2-Ofta. Listings not necessary. Have buyera waltiuy. Ean Joaquin Agencies. Edward W Moody Uli "Bye" street. 10-4-tf WANTED, by private party, from owner (no broker), five-room house In La Cresta area: must have fslr size living nnd dining room. Will pay cash. Phone y-4fi79 «s WE NEED PROPERTY to sell, have buyers waiting-, quick action guaranteed. Call Wicker, phone 2-Ol'3fl. 1660 Chester. 65 WANTED—Husinesa lot within 10 blocks ot downtown. What have you? Write P. O. Box 6:i, Bakersfleld S3 MODI'-RN 3 or 4-bedroom home, In food location. Phone 2-1867. 63 CALL KLMER MARTIN WHEN YOU WANT CASH AND QUICK ACTION IN SELLING TOCR HOME OR RANCH. NO DEAL TOO LARGE OR SMALL. PHONE 2-9294 ROOM 220 HABERFELDE BUILDIND 10-10-tf WANTED Houses and farms to eell. I need a few of all kinds, large or small. J. A. Hears, H.L'd Eighteenth. Phone «-6«S7; evenings iMIUil. 54 WANTED TO BUY—One or !-hedroom house- in Homaker Park. Phone 2-7728. TWO OR TURKU-ROOM house, to be moved. Will pny cash. Seaside Service Station. 3'a miles uouth Highway 99. Phone 3-141H. «3 WANTED—By private party, one acre, good location. Substantial down payment. Phone 4-4851. List your home, ranch or other property for immediate cash results W1LLARD E. BAKER 1414 Seventeenth Street. Phone 2-OSHFi 10-12-tf For Sale—Improved Property On Bernard street—A nice 2-bedroom home ihat Is well furnished. Price, 13600; requires about 12900 down. Income near the S. P. shops—Six units, all furnished and never a vacancy; six coolers. Ineome. 1175 per month. I17S per month. Price 112,000, witb about hall cash. On Weed P;ilch Highway—A dandy adobe house with two bedrooms, Venetian blinds, hardwood floors. glassed-in porch, large lot. Only 13000, with 11000 down. In Hishland Manor—A nice white stucco 2-liedronm home full of good furniture. Prim $7600, with about 14000 down payment. CHESTER N. HEARD 1807 H Stieei 5-5909 or 2-45:2 10-ll-tf DUPLEX—Plaster and stucco, about 6 years old. In excellent condition, four rooms ea'.'h side, all latest modern conveniences: olio side, completely furnished: In Kood rental district, close to transportation nnd market. 17100. GOLDEN STATE TRACT—Two-hedroom home, hardwood floors, floor furnace, tile drain, nice lot, buck yard fenced. *4'JOO. J1700 down. OILDALE—Two-bedroom home. udnbo const ructlrn, all latest modern conven- ieni'es; ni:e cornei lot. 100-foot fruntage. lii 7 fill. LOMITA VRRDK-—IminodiHto pusseauimi; two bedrooms and den, livins room, din- tne loom, nu-e kitchen wiih dual sink, breakfast nook, hardwood floors, floor furrmce, plenty of tile, lots of cupboard and close'- spsee. very clean Inside and out; nlre lot. dnuhle enrage. $1700 wortli of furniture Included at the price of Jin,500. IIICHLAND MANOR — Five-room home, all large rooms, over 120(1 feet of floor space; this Is u well-constructed home, in excellent condition: entry hall, real fireplace, harrlwond floors, floor fur- linre. plenty of tile, generous cupboard nnd closei space, nice lot, double ga- ram-. .Southwest — Choice location. 1 OOx 1:10-foot lot on Oleander near Beale Park. This is an ild hauae, hut inn be us.'d until vim ran ImiM n new iuie Ml!j". Duplex—l-'iilllished anl in Komi condition un Inside WalkinR d!«uui<-o to ilovin- lowu ICiiHt llnkersfield. JJ'JIH) ilown. lUinie and Inroine—An old IIPUM,.. tint H uuod one Nine rcumif* t\v<> bathn. now b«Mii» II.H,.(] as true* n tin rlni'Miij;. lucated In sotllhwcst dlslrt'.'t. J'ilnO. $1:100 down .sk>lnii' - l-;\tia laii;. 1 V-l»'ili Hum home !-'iret)la<-e \v:th hait.f-rin- tiit. livniir inoni \vltli Mlnkr-ii fiiiitr, tileiiiv of tik, lotx of exti.i liinltMKM aiiu \\fll lumUi-upcO lot. J0130 Terms. 1:04 K STIU:I:T rnoNK 3-uio. I(|-:SIIH:.\L'K :-s«;s little 4-reom home In OlMale. lar»a living room, large dining room, two sleeping rooms, garage, large lot; half block off bus line. This place I* Immaculate; 11160 down, balance til a month. Upper Ls Cresta—Nicely landacaptd lot. three bedrooms and den. two batha, all- tile shower in main bath, levely large living room, light airy dining room, two- car g«r»g- with atore room. This plae* only about S yeara old and In excellent condition. Shown by appointment only. Total price til,000, substantial down payment. Five ecrea of la ml and l-room modern home on Pioneer Drlre. This place U In excellent condition, has aome ihad* and woulr 1 be Ideal for a person with a horse or two. 1(500 full price, about h« : cash. On Nlles street aa the baa line—FiTe-reom moderi stucc, horns, hardwood floor*. tile sink, nles lot. Full price) fflOO. substantial down payment. El < amlno Park—Lovely l-txdroena and den honr- ID this fin* subdivision. Tile roof, dandy kitchen, extra larva service porch, nice bath with til* vanity, cooling ducts throughout tht house, tiro- car garag* Can be purchaeed famished or unfurnished South of town en lot lOtlSO—Thre«-bed- ronm home, extra nice kltchaa and (wtk, lovely dining room. Hardwood floor* thro'ghout. About 11500 dowa, lit a month. To Buy. Bell or Trade o 1911 "Eye" Street l<M-tf 1-04D-I Prlmav«r» Park—On a large corner. 1 bed rooms snd den. Living room with ftre- plnce. D;ning room and breakfaat room. Cnolur through duct: nice patie; hardwood throughout. The bedrooms ara large. The price la right at 17900. About half cash. Soiirhwcst District—Three bedrooms. Large living room with fireplace and floor furnace: nine dininaT room: 2 batha. Extra nice yard: :-car garag«. All this for 18400, hK.il cash. Northeast District—Close to bus. schools and shopping center. Large 3-bedroom hnme: livins; room and dlninf room: ntca breakfast room: floor furnace, basement: niis yard with oranges, lemona and lots of shad*. Price 17360. This can be bought furnished. Nearly new 2-bedroom home. Living and dininir room, floor furnace: hardwood and tile: 2-car garage: beautiful yard, and Immediate possession. Price 16400, half cash. Southeast District—100 foot frontaw: I bedrooms, living room and dining room. tile kitchen: solarium about 10 fact lone by 12 feet wide: basement. The yard has alfalfa, nut trees, Iota of fruit ana & good cow barn: atl fenced. Price ISf00. Five acres In the soutbweat district. Tae best of soil and free water; > bedrooms and two baths, living room: kitchen 10x20: barn, corral*, outbuilding!, good •well and pump: sprinkling system, milk separator, freeier cabinet. Price 110,750. Ca«a Loma District—Nlca horn* on mcra with fruit, alfalfa, Kern Island water. also well water. Pric* $5159. BOTDSTUN ft LANCASTER Phone 8-8639. 1917 H 8tre«t After II p. m. phone 9-947J. 19-11-tf See Us for OIT-DALM—HOME ANT. INCOME. One 2-bedroom bom*, hardwood floor*, tarte .ivirg room and dlnlne room, nlcekltchesi and reiv'ct porcb. Alao 1-btdroera Hcraa. completely furnished: J-car carac*. all on large corner lot with plentr of akade,: near kua inf. markets, only 16000. IJI50 dow.i. lit monthly. Will trade for araall house. OILDALE—Nice 1-bedroom horaa, 1-car garag*. large lot, plenty of ahade. near bus and markets, only Illit, ISO** down, MO monthly, or will trad* for small houst. SOUTHWEST DISTRICT—Nlc* duple*. completely furnished, do** In, Ineome 165 monthly, only 15110, 11000 dowfl. |4> monthly, or will trad* for amall house. ON THESE PROPERTIES choae l-l»Js. •venlngs J-1170. LKTS TALK IT OVER GLENN Nichols mi K ttrtft l«-7-tf PAR VALUES Beautiful (-room home with mnrtMna. M perfaot condition In soutfewect dlatrtet. near Bulk Park. Raa thro* law Bedrooms with lota of window erne*. C1«M<( and llnea eloaata ara plentlral. t*n* living room with flraplaee and bullt-ia bookcase, large dlnlnf ronm with bultt- In buffet. Large well-trrancad kitchaa with tilo drala. large braakfaiK aook. Basement and apaetoua aarvloa •arch. Large bath with built-in Tanltr aad atall shower, beautiful lawn end shrubs. Full price 16000. *ub*U»tlaI down. 16«I Chester PbotM Mill Highland Park—Fine duplex oa Urf* lot. three nice-slied room*, bath, extra larCe closett. each aid*; newly decorated throughout • double garage aad latiBdry trays: ISDOO, substantial dowa. Home and Income—Lovely l-room k*a|e, hardwood tloora. tile In kitchen and bath, just painted outside. Almott new, very attractive S-room-and-bath apartment over garage. Lovely big living room, tile In kitchen, large lot, fruit and shade trees, cooler, close to hue. Immediate possession. 17350. Phone I-76IC. J acres--lias 3:0-foot frontsga On hl»Hway and railroad. Ideal for oil cam- pany or trucker. Call for complete information. In Arvin—Five-room home, aletoina" porch. !!•• HI- garage, good location. 14300, some terms. «5 K Street. Phone 7-7141 CASt LOMA DRIVE—Extra neat 1-bedroom hoi'>r on large corner lot. Almost new and In fine condition. Price 13150; down payment. 11000: month, I3S. BRI-NDAQB LANE—Large S-hedroom home on half acre lot. Can sill furnished for 16750 or uufurnlshed, 16000. Xiwn payment $2500. DEAN R. HURLEY 41t Nineteenth Street Phone 3-0378 10-*-tf HiEh on the hill. Beautiful tile-roofed home; 100 per cent insulated; lavue living room with fireplace and cooler. 3 bedrooms and Inrge den: large dining room and just the ileht-slied breuktnst room Basement hnc unit heat through ducts to ei-ery room; 2 baths; 1 bath has all-Hie floor and walls, and a beautiful glass door stall shower. The yurd« has lots of fruit, oranges, nut trees and a large 2-car garner. Sprinkling system front and rear. This Is in an ideal location, and the price is right at 113,500. BOYDSTl'N * LANCASTER Phone I-86S9 1817 H Street 10-U-tf IN LONG BKACH Sale only. One bedroom frame house. single gurage. Well back on 60xloO-foot lot. room to build In front. (3000 cash equity, balance (1500. Could be refinanced. Possession soon. Owner, phone 2-S«n4. 213 West Moneta avenue. Bakersfltld. »5 THREE-ROOM house. Tile In kitchen, close to school and bua. 13500. 2129 Verde, phone 3-8931. «4 FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED FOTR ROOM house, fireplace, large sleeB- ms i>nrcb and cement basement, juat off Oleander; will sell wlt v or without furniture: lot 60x17.'. feet: quick possession. Price, unfurnished. 14)60: lUBO dawn. iv< i-ttCDROOM house, only few years old on lots 10x130. juat weat of •» Highwn •. south of town. Price IJIOO; $1200 down. ONK ATRK with 4-room house and two sleeping porches, several outbuildings: Bnmi ground, plenty water: near Fairfax Gr«nsc '.1750. or will trade for house in Rakersfleld. ItitiO CHESTER AVENUE. PHONE «-»5>S . «3 FOR SALE—On Alta Vl»ta Drive, corner. 63x150, 3-bedroom house, llvlnx room, dining room, den, breakfast room, kitchen, two bathe, srnall baaement, acreened porch, floor furnacei, newly painted; two- car garage. Reduced to 11266. $3250 down. J. J. Contani. Phone 9-9614. »-18-tf SIX-ROOM stucco, apaclous rooms, double garage, hardwood floors throughout, fireplace, lots of tile, 'args lot. fenced yard: Immediate posaesslon. Call owner, 3107 Lake street. << _ SALE—South on (9 Highway, atere building, duplex and cottage, tbrae acne of land, water well and lOOO-amllon ttar- age tank. 19(00, terms. See Fan! By brandt. tn East Eighteenth. Phene 6-500i. 10-10-tf FOR SALE—One-bedroom boua*. furnished, 12700 caah or terna. I03» Owen* •tr«et Call between I and T p. BL Owner ac 1011 Pearl atreet. «*rivata parly. '.'"'... 01 NKW HOME under conatruetMei far self by owner. Good district, H bloc* trem Horace Mann School. Owner will be at place from 7 p. m. ta t p. m. Lota led on corner of Monterey and Barlow stieeu. M TWO-BBDROOM noose, bardwoe* ftoora, newly decorated; i-car carte*, alilckaal pens and eoulpraent. baraa («r WMT. fit- uattd an one->alT acra. - t)i'|ve. flat hteentb. Igch

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