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Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, October 14, 1944
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Announcement* -IANTABS Claitlfltd Advertising column* of The Bakerafleld Califomlan doe* promptly ., at 10 o'clock each morning for all on*I column ads. Two-column or larger ad* tnuat be placed the day before publtca- !_tlon. Phone 7-7B81. 1-14-tf For r*nt—Trucks, rlclrnp*. trailers. Parker*. Eighth and Union avenue. Phone _»-»»«». 1-JI-tf ALL kind* of w*lgbte and width* of can- »aa. Canra* goods mad* to order at Honmng'*. 1601 Nineteenth street. l-»-tf AND NOTARY PUBLIC at 1112 "By*" street. Phon* 1-0«51. »-J4-tf REFUNDS on classified advertisements which have been canceled before the expiration date must be called for WITH CASH RECEIPTS within on* month from date of cancellation. There will be a service charge of on* Insertion for classified ad* placed and canceled before oub- ' llcatlon. The Bakersileld Californlan. 5-21-tf CHANGE of ownership and name. Gus' Barber ami Beauty Shop wlh henceforth be known as Baker Street Barber and Beauty Shop, 923 Baker street. John Province, new owner; Henry Banman still assistant barber. Thelma Hoke sj ill In charge of beauty shop. 67 IIALB or female Hormones available at Brnndage Pharmacy, 15 Chester. Phone 6-5019. 65 BAKERSPJELD BEAUTT COLLKGE to open on or about November 1. Applications for students taken October l!i. Register with Mrs. Shirley between 10 a. m. and T> p. m. 1709 Chester avenue. fiH Lost—Found—Strayed FOUND—One 10.00x20.09 Firestone tire, mounted. Owner call 9-9397 after 6:30 P. m. 66 STRAYED from car downtown Friday afternoon, black female Cocker Spaniel. ^Finder please call 5-5971 or 2-Uld. LOST—-Wednesday afternoon near high school, Norwegian handknlt all-wool sweater, color tan, ru«t and brown, silver buttons. Keepsake, Reward. Call 4-344C. 6(i Personal* HEMORRHOID SUFFERERS — No bo*- pitallzatloo nor loss of time. No surgery Dor Injection*. New, *af*. painless method of •llmlnatlng hemorrhoids now available from Dr. K R. Pennlnrton, 13. C., *ulte t. Professional building. Pbon* f-«100. »-«-tf •ACRO-IMAC LESIONS, low back pain*, arthritis, constipation and proitat* disorder* corrected. Dr. D. U. Parlab, D. C.. 407 Haberfelde bulldlnr Pbon* B. D. McBride Detective Agency, room 110, Hay bulldlo* Bakersfleld. Licenced and bonded. Confidential Investigation. Phone 2-2800 or »-««5». ».7-tf WHO OWES TOUT I for account*, notes and judgments. Commercial Business Bureau, Q. H. Black, manager. 1621 Twentieth street, phone 7-7684. 7J I AM AT f AY'S Beauty shoppe and would like to serve my friends. Mae Rodeen. «4 AFTER. October 12. 1944, I will not be responsible for any bills other than my own. Curtis D. Anderson, Monarch Hotel. .Needles. Calif. 65 ffeedle HAVING eold my place of business known as Hale's Grocery, at 301 A street. Arvin, Calif., will not be responsible for »ny debts contracted after October 7. _ C. A. Hale. | 65 ANYONE knowing the whereabouts of Mr. W. A. Delano, carpenter and cabinet maker, please call 2-6071 or write Mrs. George F. Bond. Post Office Box 1578. 65 : ANYONE wishing to see Henry Egiter. for! mer manager of Eastern, please call at : 1S23 Chester avenue. Financial for INCOME TAX PAYMENTS SCHOOL NEEDS NECESSITIES ETC. BORROW ON Automobile! Furniture Truck* Farm BqulpU Salary •TAID FOR On KOT" Too may *till borrow for a* long a* 11 months. Private Sales of Automobile*, Truck! and Furniture Financed ice 100* LOCALLT OWNED Trad* with local people who uniJ*r*tand local condltnn*. W. 3. (Bill) Bergman Maurlo* St. Clalr J6th end Chester Opp. Montgomery Ward Phon* ••I7»« Appointment* Mad* t-l-tf Auto Furniture Truck Salary PREWAR SERVICE Chester Phon* 2-3337 9-16-tf Short term business loan. Can give good security and return. Tel. 7-7549. «5 Local business enterprise want* Call at 3215 Chester avenue for Information. 10-11-tf MONET TO LOAN Long terra, all tyre farm loan*. 4H per c*nt lnter«st. No commission to bor- .. WARREN REALTY CO. TULARE THEATER BUILDING TULA RE. CALIF. » PHONE SB t-4-tf EMERGENCY CASH LOANS Borrow $100 Cash for Thirty •Repay $102.60—Total Co»t ONLY 12.60 If You Prefer, Take Up to Twelve Months to Pay Only You Hava to Sign- No Co-algners AUTOMOBILE. FURNITURE TRUCK LOANS Private' Sale* ot Automobiles and Furniture Financed SEABOARD FINANCE COMPANY 2300 Cheater Telephone »-»421 8-21-tf Auto. Furniture. Salary Loans No Long niKiiniurole. No Embarrassment No Outsiders Involved 3(H Sill Buildlntr. 1508 Elehteenth Street PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Under the Bipr Coca-Cola Sign Phone 6-65(15 ^ Walter Verhaag. Manager 66 FIRST AND SECOND money available for the purchase of properly. Call In person, 1812 I street. 66 •uaineaa Opportunities FOH SALE—Income property, six rentals on lot 50-foot front. $2500 cash for quirk •ale. Block west Muiiunden. Claude 13. Wright. Edison Highway. . 67 FOR LEASE—Ollmore service station on corner of Tenth and Chester; good community station. Inquire at 1001 Chester. Phone 2-9901. «7 FOR SALE—Doughnut shop. A real moneymaker. Good corner location, close to town. All fixtures and long-term lease. Reasonably priced. Call 2-9622 of 2-7633 or 2-7181. 6« HE^TAUKANT — Including lot, building, equipment. Located Inside city limit*, operating 24 Hour* per day, doing excellent buslnean. Profit record* available to proper party: shown by appointment only. Price 127.000, term*. See Paul Sybrandt, 213 EaTrt- Eighteenth. Phoof 6-6003. 10-13-U <V •uainaaa Oppertunrtlea MUST sacrifice for Immediate sal*, roing In service. Drive-In; II *tool*, completely equipped. Any reasonable offer accepted. Call at HIS Sixteenth street between M snrt N or phon* 2-9757. <8 FOR SALE—Service station. 2 pumps, auto parts, tire*, tubes, hoist, etc; building. 3 lots: good brelness; unusual opportunity for good mechanic; svlllnc account 111 health. Richfield. 227 Front, Buttonwillow. «7 NEIGHBORHOOD STORK and lervlce *ta- tlnn doing S150 a day buslne**, to be leased by January i, 1945. Phone 2-31(15. • «S FOR LEASE—Modern well located servlre station, In Bakersfield. Gilmore Oil Company. Phone 2-3686. 70 Schools—Instruction INTERNATIONAL Correspondence School offer* job training. Soar* time: horn* •tudy. Free catalogue. OaK Lee Manful). 7-7535 or writ* Box 49S. 71 Transportation—Buses FREE UDALS AND PILLOWS Lowcit F«rM to All Point* ALL-AMERICAN BOS LINB INC. :01« Obwtw BUI* L. Ball Phone I-84I1 1-7-tf SANTA FB AND BURLINGTON BUS DEPOT Sixteenth and F Phone 2-0472 1-6-tf SERVICEMAN driving to Ohio. Can take one (1) passenger; share expenses. Leav- Ine around October 17. Phone Shatter 4.1C2. CD Contractors and Builders FOLKS, 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 2-6683. 65 Occupational Service* PrunlnR Shaping Topping Taking Trees Out Free Estimates L. G. Floyd Phone 6-6674 65 TRUMAN'S TRANSFER—Long distance and local. S12 North Chester, Olldale. Phone 2-8914. 66 WEI DO TREE topping, removlnc fence building, team work, plowing, general work: Just works bar* truck. Phone 6-6740. t» TREE SERVICE CO. Pruning. Shaping. Topplnc Also Trees Taken Out B. Parker Free Estimating 1807 H Strict Phon* Mm GENERAL PAINTING CONTRACTOR II S. Druey. phon* 2-6300. Spray or brush. Horn* or industrial. Estimates free. 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, 1509 West Eighth street. Phone 9-9437. 79 ELECTRIC motor rewinding and repair. Fast service and vork guaranteed. Delta Electric and Machine Shop, 1200 Pacific street. tO PAINTING Residential, ranch and Industrial. Brush and complete spray equipment. Free estimates. Phone 3-2432. Contractor O. H. Hines 80 REFRIGERATORS and washing machine* overhauled and rebuilt. We also move them. 328 Washington. Oildale; phon* 2-7878. 66 RELIABLE PAINTING. DECORATING" Residence, Commercial. Spray Painting SID L. HELLER Licensed and Bonded Contractor 2409 "Eye" Street Phon* 2-24(2 10-2-tf TRUCK HAULING — Anything, any time, anywhere. Furniture moving a specialty. Phone 2-9225. Whitle Morehead. 106 Decatur street, Oildale. 88 PAPERHANGING, painters. Work guaranteed. Thompson. Call 2-0780. 65 BRICK WORK—New and repair. No Job too s.nall. Barbecue pits a specially. Phone 7-7326. «7 WANTED—Plowing, grading. building up yards and leveling yard*. Fertilizer for sale. Load or sack. Phone 3-1857. 66 WANTED—Tree topping, pruning or removing trees. Eight years experience here In Bakersfield. R. E. Nixon, phone 2-2421. 69 VACI'UM SWEEPERS, hair dryers. Irons, heat pads, toasters, motors—everything electrical repaired. Money-back guarantee. Wll! pick up and deliver. Huntlev Appliance Service and Repair. 917 Water streel. Phone 2-4670 or 2-11354. Have your old fur coat made like new. Repairing, restyling, redye- ing, cleaning and glazing. Expert workmanship. Free estimates gladly given at 1823 Chester Avenue. Phone 2-5580 BEST PLUMBING SERVICE—The best costs less. Repair and remodeling; little jobs get first attention. County license. Phone 2-2192. 70 Help Wanted—Mat* An Essential Industry NEEDS WEST SIDE OILFIELDS Good Opportunity for Advancement Board and Room on Lease NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Ask for General .Petroleum Representative at UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 1300 Seventeenth Street Bakersfield U. S. E. S. Referral Required 66 EXPERIENCED T4RB MAN. QOOD HAlr ARV, EXCELLENT PO8TWAK UP- PoltTUNI'l'S. PIRDiBTONE 8TUKH.S. TWENTY-FOURTH AND CHRSTKR AVENUE. BKI.LMAN--MUSI D* o**r u. APPI* um*i Padr*. 1-1-U WANTED—Oil field workers, roustabouts, rotary helpers, firemen. ( and 7-riay work week *ch*dul«*. Phone » »441. Tidewater Associated Oil Company. t7 WANTED—Two helper* for portable drill rig 61S Washington, Olldil*. Phone 2-7779. (6 HELPER WANTED on Mlimoinpb cr«w. Eiperlence not required: *te*d<r lob In an essential Induvtrv: availability certificate r*giilr«d Applr Itf Georc* Bar Milldln*. 10-l-U SERVICE ANT> REPAIRMAN FOR OLD ESTABLISHED OIL FIELD SUPPLY STATION. EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY. PERMANENT POSITION. WRITE BOX E-ll. THE CALI- FORN1AN. ID WAN.TED—Auto mechanic and helper. Apply Cheeseman tiarace, 190t Union avenue. 70 WANTED—Boy over 1C, or man, to work in washroom. Family Service Laundry, 830 California avenue. Phon* (-1435. evenings 3-18S3 (7 fl*>ip Wanted—Mala Help Wanted—Mala BY E. I. DuPONT COMPANY HANFORD ENGINEERING WORKS TRANSPORTATION ADVANCED ATTRACTIVE SCALE Of WAGES ie OVER 40 HOURS FOLLOWING WORKERS NEEDED: SHEET METAL WORKERS PROTECTIVE FIREMEN BOILER FIREMEN TRUCK DRIVERS LABORERS LIVING FACILITIES FOR EMPLOYED PEOPLE ONLY WORKERS NOW EMPLOYED IN DEFENSE WAK INDUSTRY WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED COMPANY REPRESENTATIVE WILL INTERVIEW APPLICANTS OCTOBER 12 THROUGH OCTOBER 20 APPLY AT U.S. Santo 1300 SEVENTEENTH STREET PHONE 6-6041 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION 70 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 Serviceman—male. AT LEBEC Pipeline repairman—male. AVAILABILITY CERTIFICATE REQUIRED Califoi Phonei Taft 464, Bakersfield 7-7501, Wasco 4231, Lebee 18 79 IIP WANTED MAN FOR TIRE AXD SERVICE DEPARTMENT STEADY JOB WITH POSTWAR FUTURE TWENTY-FIFTH AND CHESTER PHONE 7-7871 66 WANTED. AT ONCE. AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC. PERMANENT WORK: TOP WAGES. APPLY BAKER-ADAMS PONTIAC OARAGE, 1701 CHESTER. i-aa-tt WANTED—Experienced auto mechanic. Good hour* and pay. In an ••lentlal job. Hand tool* and availability certificate necessary. Be* Mr. Reed. Kitchen-Boyd Motor Company, 1JJO Chester avenue. I-26-tt feeP '1 •' Job* available In this war essential Industry with f. postwar future. Apply to Vie Inghsm or George Sbeeham. IJ01 Cheater Avenue At 8 P. Railroad Track* •7 WANTED—Tlr* **rvic* man. Good future, good aalary. Apply Smart Tlr* Store, 830 Twenty-first street. II DOORMAN wanted. Apply after 6 p. m. Granada theater. (16 Kentucky atreet. 10-10-tf WANTED—Trimmer to op*n.t* via** and upholder? d*p*rtra*nt In law rvpmlr •hop. SM Backman at Motor Center. TwraUr-ncond and Cheater. i-li-tf MAN for dairy work, washing bottles and equipment and helping in bottling room. Phone 6-6826 after 6:30 p. m. 66 HELP WANTED at Mlnter Field Cooks, waitresses, dishwashers, bu* boy*, janitors and lounge orderlies. Apply at U. S. Employment Agency. 1300 Seventeenth. Bakersfleld. or Civilian Personnel Office. Mlnter Field. 65 WANTED -High school boy to do yard work. Phone 3-2575. 66 EXPERIENCED cook and *andwlch girl. Michenrr's Drive-In. 65 BODT and fender man: must be able to paint. Oil FieM Trucking Co. Phone B-6517. 68 WANT—Experienced frv cook. Apnlv Freddie'* Cafe, 99 Hlehwav fend Twenlv- fourth atreet IQ-B-tf BOY WITH BICYCLE TO WORK AFTERNOONS. APPLY MECHANICAL SUPERINTENDENT, THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN. 10-11-tf WANTED—Repair and delivery man to work In furniture store. Apply Davis Furniture Company, 1400 Chester avenue. 10-7-tf. EXPERIENCED service station salesman. Good salary and excellent future. Must have fair education and able to assume responsibility of training and directing others. Firestone Store*, 2331 Chester. Bakersfield. 9-30-tf OPERATION MAINTENANCE WORK BAKERSFIELD WATER STSTEM 8-HOUR DAY 6-DAY WEEK MONTHLY SALARY CALIFORNIA WATER SERVICE CO. APPLY AT FIELD OFFICE 1(31 TWENTY-FIRST STREET WANTED—Janitor; permanent position. Apply »t Vaughn'*, 1419 Nineteenth. «« DERRICKMEN AND ROTARY HELPERS NEEDED; STEADY WORK FOR EXPERIENCED MEN. APPLY BETWEEN 10:30 AND 3:30 P. M. A. M. RICHFIELD OIL CORPORATION 668 HABERFELDE BUILDING BAKERSFIELD, CALIF. 9-26-tf HELP WANTED—Warehouse and milling department. Apply 1601 O atreet. 65 WANTED — TRUCK AND AUTO MECHANICS. APPLY SOUTHERN OA- RAGE. TWENTY-THIRD AND 1 STREETS. 12-fl-tf COTTON PICKERS WANTED. U mile south of roundhouse on Oak street. O. W. Solomon. 66 NEEDBD 10 help maintain transportation, auto and truck mechanic* and body men. rul! time work. Motor Center, Bulck, Cberrolet and Cadillac dealer. See Back- men, Twentr<«ecoad end Chester. • f-ll-tf WANTED — Tractor mechanics. Twenty-fourth and Highway 99. Ace Tractor Company. 85 HUSKY MAN wanted for outside work as pump Installer's helper. Permanent Job. Availability certificate required. 127 East Eighteenth. B6 WAMTED—Two men. Kern County Cotton Gin. Edison Highway. 65 WANT MAN to drive milk route for Peacock • Dairies, Twenty-second and "Eye." Ask for Clpra. 67 DRIVERS WITH DIESEL, TRUCK AND TRAILER, EXPERIENCED, NEEDED AT ONCE. LOCAL, AND LONG LINE DRIVING. APPLY AT OILDALE TRUCKING ON HIGHWAY 9!). AVAILABILITY CERTIFICATE REQUIRED. 67 NEEDED AT PASCO, WASHINGTON BY ESSENTIAL WAR INDUSTRY PATROLMEN Mus f . have had at least two years in high school, bo In good physical condition. APPLY UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 1300 SEVENTEENTH STREET 70 NEEDED STEAMF1TTERS PLUMBERS STEAMFITTEP. COMBINATION WELDERS AT PASCO, WASHINGTON TRANSPORTATION ADVANCED APPLY UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 1300 SEVENTEENTH STREET 70 Help Wanted—Female COMBINATION acetylene and electric •welder wanted. Give complete Information la youi Application. Writ* Box D-2C2, T£* Californiao. «7 Help Wanted—Female BXPERIBNCED SALESWOMAN TOR MEN'S FURNISHINGS AND SHOES. GOOD SALARY. PERMANENT POSITION. APPLf MANAGER EASTERN. Ii3» NINETEENTH STR1CET. t-14-U EXPERIENCED waitress wanted. Freddie's Cafe, Twenty-fourth and Highway 99. 10-5-tf WANT experienced frv cook. Applv Freddie'* Cafe. 99 Hlirhwav and Twentv- fourth streets. 10-6-tf WANTED—Typist and «tenogra- pher. Apply Acme Finance, Twenty-fifth and Chester. 9-26-tf WHITE WOMAN for general housework. Cooking. Two In family. Phone 2-4854. B4 WANTED—A silk finisher. Citizen's Laundry. 931 Sixteenth street. 64 WANT! EXPERIENCED SALESLADY IN FURNITURE STORE. GOOD SALARY. CALL IN PERSON. SUMMERS, 420 EAST NINETEENTH STREET ] SERVICEMAN'S WIFE wishes middle- aged woman or serviceman's wife to care for three school-age children and light housework in convenient home. Phone 2-0736. c5 HOUSEKEEPER — Full or part time, live in home if possible. Phone 2-4470. 05 WANTED—Middle-aged woman to stay with 3-year-old daughter while army wife works afternoons, in exchange for ono room and privileges of my home. Phone 2-3S12 or call in person at 527 Water street after 6:30 p. m. or morn- Ings. 85 HOUSEKEEPER— Urgently needed. Two small, well-behaved children. Mother must work. No washing. Room, board and waies. Call at ;01!0 Oregon street or phone 4-438.1 between 7 and 9 p. m. 66 WANT waitress over 21. Mun Ten Cafe. 616 Eighteenth street. 67 SALESLADIES WANTED Sales clerks between age 18 to 35 years; T'j hours a day, I0-minute rest period. Good pay. Apply today. See manager, J. J. Newberry Company, 1528 Nineteenth street. 66 ALTERATION WOMAN Experienced in altering better milts and dresses. Excellent salary. Permanent position. SIEVER'S DRESS SHOP 66 WANTED — EXPERIENCED SALESLADY. EXCELLENT SALARY AND PERMANI3NT POSITION. APPLY VAUGHAN'S. 1419 NINETEENTH STREET 65 WANTED—Housekeeper, full time, hoard and room, or go home nights. Phone 2-84S8 or 7-7744. 424 Pacific. 65 WANTED—Woman for housekeeping and rare of children. Must stay nights. Phone 4-45^7. 66 WANTED—Women workers. Experience unnecessary. Family Service Laundry. Phone 6-6435. Evenings .1-1883. 65 EXPERIENCED cashier and waitress. Apply French Cafe, Southern hotel. 66 WAITRESS wanted. Apply Wing's Cafe. 1306 Eighteenth street. 10-13-tf WILL SHARK our house with reliable white couple in exchange for general housework, care of invalid. Board. room, some wage*. 928 Monterey. 65 MANAGER-OPERATOR wanted. Guaranteed salary and commission. Good setup for right girl. Call 2-4534. 67 ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER — Experience not necessary. Permanent position. Phone 39-J. Arvin. 65 WANTED—Experienced alteration lady, permanent position, good aalary. Garrison's Dress Shop, 1818 Chester avenue. 65 EXPERIENCED fountain girl, top wages. Apply Mlchener's Drive-In. 66 WA1TPESS wanted for mornlns shift. Busy Bee 1616 Twenty-first street. 65 WANTED—Elderly lady for light housekeeping and care of 8-year-old child. Call 6-6525 before 11:30. 67 LADY to care for school-age boy in her own home while mother works. Phone 2-3967. 60 WAITRESS for Hughes Drug Store fountain, 10 to 6, Sundays off. 67 WANTED—Lady to care for child 6 days per week; wuthwest district. Phone 3-0282. WOMAN for light housekeeping and care of two children. 331 Hyland Drive. Pnone 2-5523. WANTED—Housekeeper. Light washing and ironing. Must have references. Phone. 8-8646 after 7 p. .in. TELEPHONE OPERATORS BEGINNERS Fascinating Work—Essential Peacetime Future PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 1520 Twentieth Street 10-14-lf WANTED—Fountain girl, day shift. Kern Drug Company, 701 Sumner street. 66 SALESWOMEN—You can make $110 per week every week of your life selling; a brand new child's training program to mothers. We can prove this to you by actual demonstration. Room 616, Hotel Padre, after 4 p. m. 64 Help Wanted—Salesmen SALESMAN WANTED—McMahnn'* Furniture Company, Eighteenth and H. »-26-tf SALESMEN—Inflation. Can make 1200 a month and up. It* use recommended br the government. Inquire C. L. Van Voa«t. Padre hotel. Bakerafleld. 10-4-tf SALESMEN—Experience not necessary, to train for executive positions: top wage* paid while training. Leed'* Shoe Store. 10-10-tf LICENSED oil lease salesman wanted. Call In person. 1812 I street. 66 WANTED—Licensed Insurance salesman to take charge of Innurance department, 75 per cent commission. Call in person. 1812 I street. 66 Situations Wanted—Male I RENOVATE, reieed and fertilize lawn* and haul away the rubbish. 2c a square foot. Phonr- 4.4160. Richard Halley Gardening Service. 80 TREES We Trim We Remove We Top We Shape Phone 2-7881 65 WE DO leveling, disking and plowins. Phone 3-2287. 65 YOUNG MAN desires permanent connection. Eight years supervisory business, accounting; and auditing experience. Also transportation, banking and rrcdit experience. World War H veteran. Available Immediately. Give general outline «»» position in answer. Wiiie Box P-1.1, The Calltornlan. «S ROOF RKPAIR, roof staining, painting. Phone 2-1110. lloule 2. Box 34L'-E. 66 DESIRE part-time work In my spare time, nights and Sundays. Clerical and automotive experience. Call 3-i!li95. 6 6 LAWN renovating with power machine, seeding, fertilizing; l 1 ,^ cents square foot; 1 ,"> years experience In Rakers!ield. Mr. Koop, 801 Irene street. Phone 2-0243. t;r> Situations Wanted—Female PUBLIC (tennerspher desires work In own office. 1S12 "Eye" *tr**t. Phon* 2-0651. »-14-tf WE CLEAN kitchens, toe hour: also blind*, window* floors by the floor. Larko Olcaner* Phone 7-7482 before >, after 6. 135 W A NTKD—General office work by woman wltb some experience. WrMp The Callti.rnlan, Box L-44. ti5 IRONING done nicely In my home. 65 cents an hour. Phone 2-1756. For Rent—Rooms ROOM TO RENT for gentleman. Six blocks west of Fox theater. Phone 2-0998. (id LARGE room with private; entrance: garage, use of phone; gentleman only; '.i block off Truxlun. 1611 U atreet. Phone f.-SBDO OILDALE—Accommodation* for employed couple. Single room for one. No children, peta. Ciose bus line. Phone 3-1287. 313 Washington *treet. ROOM to employed middle-aged or older woman. Private entrance, connecting bath, heat, phone. Close In. 1703 Slx- teenth street. BEDROOM furniture for sale, with prospects of renting nice big room in southwest part ot town; close In. Post Of ike Box 1008. LADY—Room close to bus; kitchen privilege* It desired. 2208 Lester atreet. Phone 4-4319. For Rent—Rooms Nli'K clean single room with housekeeping privileges to employe*! man or woman. Also roitn with private entrance, lo business man: use of phone if rlesircrl. No drinkers, please .Applv a' bouse amonK tall srove of trees 1,11 N'oitb ('hcstfi- avenue between mtei ne< t ion ot Belle an-i H PI i flji i K : ____^__ tt ~ ROOM for rent in innate home. Gentleman only. 2400 Park Way, rivmo .1-04:1;. T.HJHT housekeeping rnimi. |lrt For Rent—Oarages FOR RKNT—Garage spa.-e. 107 \Vest Moneta avenue. Ui vei view. FOR FIK.NT—I'rni tii ally new calvnnlze,! building, L'.'.xllO; heavv concrete floor, toilet anrl shower. Lots of pai-kinc spare nrouml buiMmp Thirty-eicht and M streets. I'hone 2-P.rtT7 or 2-:',l."i7. 70 For Rent—Houses Wit.I, SHARE my home with larly in ex- charnte for care of chilil. I'hone 3-II2S2. WANT to exchange, unfci nlRherl modern three rooms and hath in Hakersf ield. close uptown, tor unfurnished house in Oildale. Call phone 'J - L':: <> 5. K>', For Rent—Apartments SMALL furnished apartment, within walking distance of downtown. Tor couple only. No children. S30, Phone 3-or>7U n fter i> p. m. For Rent—Farm Land FOR LEASE—140 acres choice potato land, ready to plant: land has been plowed, disced and floated: plenty of water; has 5 small cabins; land is southwest of Arvin; will lease for 5 years $30 per acre. Elmer Martin, 2-9294. 220 Haberfelde building. 68 For Rant—Miscellaneous WHEEL CHAIRS, hospital beds wltb Innersprlng mattresses; walkers, rubber •heeling: everything for sick room. Fold- Ing chair*. Phone 7-7489 or 1-0067. 8-3-tf Wanted to Rent—Rooms MAN wants housekeeping room or room and board in private home. Phone 3 - 2 4_5S. 6 r, MAN. 45, wants room and tmnrd in small private home. Full jia rtirularn first letter. Write Box M-1HI. The (Jalifor- nian. B7 Wanted to Rent—Houses PLEASE! Mother and son. TO. employed, badly in need of 1 or 2-bedroom unfurnished house; references. 1'hone 3-l!3flO. 67 PERMANENT civilian family would like to rent a two-bedroom house. Will pay rent six months in advance. Employed by telephone company. Call 2-.1500. 66 FURNISHED house by reliable family. Phone 2-8517 or 2-8723. 65 HIGH school teacher, wife and son want to rent 2-hedroom house, preferably in town. Will prospective sellers please rent for eight months? Need house to bring family together. Phone 2-3850. 65 EMPLOYE of Automobile Cluo of Southern California needs unfurnished house at once. Phone 2-4855. 65 FURNISHED 2-bedroom house or apartment: permanent, references. Phone 2-1692. Mrs. Young. 66 SOLDIEP ' wives and 6-month-old baby need two-bedroom furnished house In vicinity ot Kern County Airport. Phone 3-214". 66 UNFURNISHED ONE, TWO OR THREE- BKDROOM HOUSE. CIVILIAN ADULTS: 8 YEARS PRESENT PREMISES: WILL LEASB. CALL MRS. WOOD. WKILL'S READY-TO-WEAR. OR EVENINGS 2-1S8.I. 65 WANTED—Furnished house for couple, no children or pets. Permanent. I'hone 2-9359. 66 WANTED to rent, house. Local carpenter. Permanent, best of care. References. Two adults: no pets. Phono 13-F-4 after 5 o'clock. 65 MAN with five children, needs furnished house at once. Youngest child 8 yearn old. Please notify J. H. Reeks. Post Office Box 1175, Bakersfield. if you know ot house for rent. 67 WANTED—Furnished or unfurnished house or apartment. No children or pets. Call before 6 p. m., 8-8601. Extension 16. 66 PERMANENTLY located couple want furnished or unfurnished house: references. Call between 8 a. m. and 5 p. m. Tom Huff. Phone 9-9513. 65 1 OR 2-BEDROOM HOUSE, FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED. 6 MONTH'S RENT IN ADVANCE. REFERENCES. CALL 2-5289. 65 No charge for renting or sending preferred people to rent your home*, apartment! or court*. Only those meeting your requirements will call. Phone early, San Joaqutn Agencies. Edward W. Moody, 1812 "Eye" street. Phone 2-2316. If no answer, call 2-0663. 3-26-tf MARRIED COUPLE, with 3'.4-year-old girl, will pay S85 to $95 a month for furnished or partly furnished 3-bcdroom house in nice residential district. Phone 9-9174. 07 BY OIL FIELD construction superintendent, furnished apartment or hou*e. No children or pets. Phone Christian L'-747S. 67 OFFICE MANAOKR of larue construction company desires 2-bedroom furnished house. Family of three. including 17-month-olii daughter. No pets. Phone L. V. Bechlcl. 2-7478. 67 RESPONSIBLE civilian couple desires furnished court, apartment or small house. Phone 2-3128. (i i] WANT TO KENT—Two-bedroom unfurnished house In East Bakursfield; four adults. Phono 3-2118. 67 RELIABLE family of three wish unfurnished 5-room house. Employed hy ma.lor oil company; can furnish reference. Permanent renters. Phone 2-5920 after 4 P. m. 67 Wanted to Rent—Apartments SINGLE «l.'l wants apartment or small house. Permanent: no pets. Must be nice or don't call Won't share. Days, 2-0875: nights. 6-6351. 65 WANTED—Furnished house or apartment for two quiet, reliable ladies: must be close to bus line. Call 3-07f>0 before 6 P. m. or 2-4854 after 6. Ask for Mrs. J. M. Logan. (i7 COUPLE with ID-month-old baby want furnished apartment. Call 2-2475; permanent: good references. 67 WANTED—Single or double apartment for local businessman. Located in Uak- ersfiel.l jmst six years Permanent. No children, uc pets. Phone 7-7321. 68 ARMY COUPLB urgently need furnished apartment or small houee, up to J60. Quiet, no children, no pets. Call First Sergeant garment. "-8601 Extension 8. ' 68 Ml DDLE-AOICI) couple want siiiBle apartment or 1-bedroom house. Phone 2-1746. No pet«. <}g WANTED TO RENT by couple andT-^cai^ old girl, furnished or unfurnished apartment, duplex or house. Must be close to school. References. Phone 3-2132. 65 Wanted to Rent—Farm Land WANTED TO RENT—30 to 40 acres, alfalfa or virgin land preferred; must be soft. E. Boghoslan, The Club, Delano. Wanted to Buy, Miscellaneous WANTED—C'aah for your used furniture, electric appliances, etc. We buy, trade or COX FURNITURE Formerly Olldal* Furniture 601 East Nineteenth Street Phone 2-460S 6-14-tf DIAMONDS, watches and old Jewelry of any description: highest market prices paid In cash. Rarl McEvny. precision watchmaker. Ill Haberfeld* building. Phone (-6397. 11-30-tf WANT hogs of all kinds and springer cows. Phone 2-7075. 61 WANT furniture of all kinds, wood stoves, oil stove*, beds, springs or whatever you wish to sell. Phone 2-7075 68 WANTED — Electric motor. Vi or 1/6-horsepower. 1150 r. p. m. or not over 1750. Phone 6-5270. 66 WANTED—Portable phonograph. State condition and price. W. L. Hlnrich, Rou.e 1. Box 254. Delano. Calif. WANTED- -Fireplace reen. Phone 6-5382. WANTED TO BUY- Butane tank. Phone 5-,'iO»4 and ask for A. R. Lundbjade. _ 66 WANTED— 60 ton* dairy fertilizer at once. delivered at ranch. M. Williamson, '/. mile east of Vineland School on Arvin Highway, , 67 ttbe gafcetrtfclb Cal.forntai, Saturday, October 14,1944 9 Wanted to Buy, Miscellaneous BROW>"8 FURNITURE Formerly Roy White Furniture 2620 CHESTER AVENUE We buy usec furniture, stoves, re> frlRerators. Pay cash or exchange. Call ua Cor real prices. PHONE 7-7021 6-9-tf HIOHFiST prire- paid Tor vour furniture, applianee<". etr. \\'.> buy everything. I'rompt '•oiirteoiis s>"i'. ; <e Victory Kur- mtme KxrhaiiKC, fiM Union avenue. " A RI'TANiC tank, .Viil lo 500-gallon fa- pnrttv. -esteil of. not tosf than 1 L'5-pound prospme. Write K"X 214. MoKarlaml _ C!'_"n<-_(;j L 2__.r_ri ; _Kfiih. __ 65 WANT to buy late moilel elertric refriiy- erntor anrl washing machine. I'hope n-4Riri. sr ' WANTKK— '<< _ :iuty_elerti ir '^-horsepower heavy : . ['hone 3-1701. 6ti WANTIMI TO nt;v— ftm-ililv limit tlirv lo for :' en- ri-ve:,r-oli]. i'liunc S-S170. Ask f..r Mr.-t. Hris.oe. i.r. Wanted to Buy—Property List your property with u« for quick. courteous results. Homes—Income—Hanche* Chestrr N. Beard Phone 6-6809 Bill Allen, Associate 9-S-tf SELLING home or farm? Phnne 2-0653. Listings not necessary. Have buyers waiting. San Joaquin Agencies. Edward W Mroflv 181i "Eye." street. 10-4-tf WE NEED PROPERTY to sell, have buyers waiting, quick action guaranteed. Call Wicker, phone 1I-OJ3D. 16BO Chester. 63 CALL KI.MKH MARTIN WHEN YOU WANT CASH AND QUICK ACTION IN SKI. LING YOrR HOME OH RANCH. NO DEAL TOO LAHGE Oil SMALL. ROOM 220 HAUERFKLDIi BUILDIXO 10-10-tf WANTED TO RfY—One or :-bedroom house in HomaUer Park. I'hono --772S. List your hmne. ranch or other property for Immediate cash results WII.LARD R EAKKR HI 4 Seventeenth Street. Phone H-OTiTiS 10-lli-tr WILL BfY for cash. 3 or 3-bedrnom house. Must he in unod residential di«- t rictj No agents. I'bone ^-IGTfi. 65 NEKD listings 'or cash buyers on lante and small homes, acre homes, farms and Income property. Elwood'*. 191':! "Eye/' 82 We need more listings. Lilt vo..r home, (arm. ranch or Income with BOTDSTUN A hANCASTER 1817 H Street Phone «-863» S-«-tf DEWEY A. HORTON If you have a home, email Improved acreage, or farm land for sale CALL 2-B379 1704 K Street 71 I WILL BliV 2 or 3-bedroom home If almost, new and priced right: Rood location. Brokers do not call. Phone :-:n:n. 66 For Sale—Improved Property Nice little 4-room home In Olldale, large living room, large dining room, two sleeping rooms, garnce, large lot: half block off bus line. This place Is Immaculate; 11350 down, balance 135 • month. Upper I,a. Cresta—Nicely landscaped lot. three bedrooms and den. two baths, all- tile shower In main bath, lovely large living room, light airy dinlnc room, two- car garavq with store room. This place only about 5 years old and In excellent condition. Shown by appointment only. Total price 1)1,000, substantial down payment. Five acres oC land and 6-room modern home on Pioneer Drive. This place Is In excellent condition, has some shade and wouli* be Ideal tor a person with a horse or two. 16600 full price, about h*!.: eash. On Nile* street on the bus line—Five-room rooderi stuccj bom*, hardwood floors, til* alnk, nice lot. Full price tSlOO, substantial down payment. Ell ' amlno Park—Lovely 2-berlroom and den homi In this fine subdivision. Tile roof, dandy kitchen, extra large service porch, nice bath with tile vanity, cooling ducts throughout the house, two- car garage. Can be purchased furnished or unfurnished South of town on lot 50x150—Three-bed- room home, extra nice kitchen and bath, lovely dining room. Hardwood floors throtghout. About 11500 down, 145 a month. To Buy. Sell or Trade o 1918 "Eye" Street 10-4-tf Prlmnvern Park—On a large corner. 3 bed rooms and den. Living room with fireplace. D:nlng room and breakfast room. Cooler throuKh duct; nice patio: hard- wnoil throughout. The bedrooms are large. TV price Is right at 17900. About half cash. Southwest District—Three bedrooms. Large livlnr; room with fireplace and floor furnace: nic.j dining room; 2 baths. Extra nice yard: 2-car garage. All this for $8400, htiif cash. Northeast District—Close to bus. schools and shopping center. Largo 3-bedroom homo: living room and dining room: nice brcakfus*. room; floor furnace, basement; nice yard with oranges, lemons and lots of shad-. Price »73GO. This can be bought furnished. Nearly new 2-bedroom home. Living and diuinK room, floor furnace 1 hardwood and tile; 2-car garage: beautiful yard, and Immediate possession. Price 16400, half cash. Southeast District—100 foot frontage; 3 bedrooms, living room and dining room, tile kitchen; solarium about 30 feet long by 12 feet wide: basement. The yard has alfalfa, nut trees, lots of fruit and a good coA 1 barn; all fenced. Price $5500. Fivo acres in the southwest district. The best of soil and free water: 3 bedrooms and two baths, living room: kitchen 10x20: ham. corrals, outbuildings, good well and pump; sprinkling system, milk separator, freezer cabinet. Prico $10,750, Casa Loma District—Nice home on acre with fruit, alfalfa. Kern Island water, also well water. Prico $3850. BOYDHTUN & LANCASTER Phone 8-SB3I). 1917 H Street After li p. m. phone 9-9478. 10-11-tf DUPLEX—Piaster and stucco about 6 years old. in excellent condition, four rooms eiV-'h Bide, all latest modern conveniences, one side completely furnished; in good rental district, close to transportation and market. $7100. GOLDEN STATK TRACT—Two-bedroom home, hardwood floors, floor furuai-i-. tilo drainj nice lot, back yard fenced. $4200. $1700 down. OiLDALPi—Two-bedroom home. adohe constructing all latest modern conveniences; nice cornel lot. 100-foot frontage. $57:,o. LOM1TA VERDE—Immediate possession: two bedrooms and den. living room, dining room, nice kitchen with dual sink. breakfast nook, hardwood floors, floor furnace, plenty of tile, lots of cupboard and closet space, very clean Inside and out: nice lot. double sarace. $1700 worth of furniture included at the price of $10,500. HIGHLAND MANOR -• Five-room home, all large rooms, over 1201) feet of floor space: this is a well-constructed home, in excellent condition: entry hall, real f ireplnee. hardwood -loors. floor furnace, plenty of tile, ffenerous cupboard and closet space; nico lot, double ga- rase. JiJSOO. High on the hill. Beautiful tile-roofed home: 100 per cent ineulated; laree living room with fireplace and cooler: 3 bedrooms and iarce den: larffe dining ruoni and Just thti right-sized breakfast room. Basement iisr unit heat through ducts to every room: 2 baths; 1 bath has all-tile floor and walla, and a beautiful Klaus door stall shower. The yard* has lots of fruit, oranges, nut trees and s large 2-car garage. Sprinkling system front and rear. This Is In an Ideal* location, and the price is right at $13.600. BOTDSTUN & LANCASTER Phone 8-S639 1817 H Street 10-11-tf ONE acre with 5-room house and double itaraxe. Equipped with all garden tool*, also a Harden tractor. This property I* plumed to flowers for commercial selllne. Has plenty of water. Price I575B. terms. Elmer r. Karp*. 1517 Eighteenth atroot. For Sale-—Improved Property CALL In 111" h»art 'if heaiiliful Stnckda!*. «. home von will he proud to own. Priced at only t\3.:,f>'>. Cnmmeifial a<"re. n •-» ,t-hi»dioom horn* 1 , A't-pur' .Vres. $4ii.",'i. $:'^11 down. $25 per month. Thr^e a.cres, soulh'.'r-t. 5 minutes from r!'"k (over. HiKhlv impro-.r-M. Hns walnuts, pe-an*. nprirot*. gruiies. In excellent M<ndition. with fine larBe older home n nd nire separate room with all ffnilitif-s for separate hvlrff. Nice op.rns for horses or cows, space to grow al- f;t!fa or permanent pasture Tra'-^or, rl.s. and harrow (toes. This property opens nn three streets and purchaser roukl sell several patcels without a f- feM'nc the main home site. Full price $12,1)1)0. half down. Income—We are able to show 7-011 three ni<'" courts and se\eral duplexes, all ati'iu-inff cood returns, aind at various prices. Gi»o us a. call for any wanted propej ty \vn.r..vrtn K BAKF:R 1414 Seventeenth Street. i'hon* :-n-,;.T in-i:-tf QUICK POSSF:PSION — 2-berlroom home in IHghlancI Park, only 4- years-old, single garapp. good location; fenced yard. One of. best buys at $-1750. Perfect 3-bedroom home in excellent condition. T%vo baths. Generous tiling- in kitchen and ample cupboard space; separate still shower in master bathroom; coolinR ducts and cooler. Convenient floor plan; fenced yard; landscaping, $8400. Partly furnished house near the General Hospital for only $240n. Garage, lot 50x150, several fruit trees. 1662 Chester Avenue Phone 4-4781 63 North Baker Street—A dandy !-bedroom home on corner lot; also 3 rooms furnished over garage. $2000 down, balance terms. Belle Street In Riverv'ew—Two duplexes anrl ona house, all furnished and earning about 13 per cent. $12,000, on terms. Near High School—-lust off Oleander, a dandy duplex and nice stucco house: four garages and wash house; duplex furnished, for $8000. Terms. Lotnl,". Verde—Nearly new 2-bedroom and den stucco home on large corner lot. $8750. Chester Lane—Two-bedroom stucco home uti nice corner lot for $8500. Flower Street—Near Alta Vista, 2-bedroom home for $5000. Terms. .1. T. 'Sy) Wicker. I860 Chester Phone 2-0239; evenings 2-3895 or :-64fi3 65 Highland Park—One block off Chester, lovely 6-room home, like new. Venetian blinds, floor furnace, plenty of tile, very well arranged yard, fenced-ln back, with variety of fruit trees, shade and lovely shrubs. Large lot, double garage. Price $«825. Home and Income—Lovely 6-room home, hardv.'ood floors, tile in kitchen and . bath, ,1ust painted outside. Almost new. very attractive 3-room-and-bath apartment ov?r garage. Lovely big living room, tlla in kitchen, large lot, fruit and shade trees, cooler, close to bus. Immediate possession. $73iO. Phone 2-76R". OILDALE—IM MEDIATE POSSESSION Close to bus line, nicely furnished 2-bodroom home, good sized living and dining room, bath, kitchen, sleeping porch; close to market and Standard school. Full price furnished $3900. Only $1000 down. KINDia REALTT CO. Phone 4-4851 66 FOH SALE, by owner, 2-bedroom home. 3 years old, located in southwest section of Bakersficld. completely furnished, steel Venetian blinds throughout, and im- medlate possession. Phone 3-1460. 63 ON CORNER HALF-ACRE—Dandy 2-bedroom house, very clean: double garage with rumpus room upstairs. Chicken equipment, nice garden, apace, nice fruit. Good water conditions. ON EDISON HIGHWAY—-On lot 150x1*0. one 6-room house, one 3-room house. Balance equipped for trailer camp, including water and electric outlets. MODERN 2-bedroom house, almost new. Lot 60x260, lota of fruit, and chicken equipment. Good *oll. good water. Southwwt district. HIGHLAND PARK.—Five-room 2-bedroom home, hardwood floor*, lota of Ml*: garage: nice vard. Lot EOxliO. I47BO—Five-room home near Jefferson School. Two bedroom* and sleeping porch, basement, carat*, fruit and shade. Good lot. $3800—Five-room house on Pacific near Kern General Hospital. Two bedrooms, garage, fruit, chicken equipment. E. C. Uffert, 101 Nile*. Phone J-7151 9-1-tf LARGE modern 2-bedroom home. Nice yard. Near Brundage and South Chester. $5!»ilO, about half cash. Phone 3-15?.". «5 VKRY modern, jveil located 5-room stucco homo, on corner lot, priced at $3000, $1500 cash, balance $45 month. See Jlel Hay, 1524 Eighteenth street. Phone 2-0878. 6j> FOH SALE—By owner, Income property: two stucco houses on one-acre lot with plenty of shade, one 1-bedroom. one 2-bf.|--oon furnished; all for only $4750. "Well worth the money, for $3009 down, balance $26 per month. Phone 3-2566. Kasl Nlles to .-Sterling, two blocks north to Mitchell avenue, third house. 65 FOlt SALK—To see Is to buy Am ready to tallc terms most any poor man coukl manage. Have 6-room house on 1U acres good soil Will lady who bid on dinette set please call. Route 6. Box 590. Fairfa" Road. 65 TWO-BEDROOM houses, new and modern stuccos. beautiful interiors, one for $4aOO. no furniture: one $7500 with heautlfil and expensive furniture, or $(!500, no furniture Some terms on cither. B. W. Bolen, 128 l i Wilson street. Olldale. 65 FIVR-KOOM house foi sale. Close to Utikersf ield. $3000: $750 down. $HO mouth, including in-erest. Apply 16:'-' Chester avenue. Job n Dernos. 6^5 58 ACRES of land. Some In alfalfa and cotton, vegetables. Two houses, barn, corral, shop, chicken house all irnple- iiH-nts and tractor, team mules. $500 per tier:. $10.000 down, balance terms. Si\ miles south of Bakersfield. Apply tti;',2 t'hester avenue. John Demos. 6- r » TWO-BEDROOM house, hardwood floors, newly decorated: 2-car garage, chicken pens and equipment, barns for cow. Situated on one-half acre. 1705 Normandy :>, Ive. See Paul Sybrandt 213 East Eighteenth. Phone 5-6003. 10-2-tf $40.t>00 down. J 1C (ion cross Income. $14.000 down. Shown o> appointment only Both nil S'i Hiffhway. Raker afield. fall at 32ti rhe.sUM- avenue foi; i.nfp.T'f'aJJjm 6T* SAXTA CHUZ HIGHWAY BUSINESS PROPERTY tti satisfy court settlement the following property is offered for sale at sacrifice. Located on corner lot at Walnut and highway at Soquel, 3 large room house, store building, shrubs and trees. Store buildins suitable for real estate, fix-it shop, etc. Bottom price $2950, $1500 required. Owner, Rt. 2, Box 9, Santa _C r u z. 65 SIX-ROOM stucco, spacious rooms, doubl* garage, hardwood floors throughout, fireplace, lota of 'lie. 'arge lot. fenced yard: Immediate pcraaession. Cx.ll owner, 1101 Lake street. <6 FOR S/.-.E—South on »» Highway, store building, duplex and cottage, three acre* of land, water well and 1000-gallon ator- age lark $9500. terms. See Paul 8y- brand' !13 East Eighteenth. Phone 6-5003. . 10-10-tf FOR SALE by owner, 3-bedroom house. close In: hardwood floors, garage, fruit trees, fenced. Price 13500. Phone tl-«4!S. evenings 3-18g' (3

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