The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 17, 1944 · Page 13
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 13

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, October 17, 1944
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Announcement* A Adrertlilnt column! of Th« Bakersfleld Ollfornltn close promptly at 10 o'clock each morning for ill one- column (da. Two-column nr larger id* mint be pla«d the day before publlca tlon. Phone 7-7B31. 1-H-U For rent—Trncka, i ickups. trailer!. Par* er'a. ttlihth and Union avenue. Phone J-SD41. 1-21-tf ALL klnde of weight* nnd wldtht of can raa. Canvae xnnde made to order at Hornung'a. 1606 Nineteenth etreet. 1-8-tf AND NOTARY PUHT.IC . at 1812 •'Bye" street. Phone 1-0(51. K-14-tf REFUNDS on classified advertlaementa which have been canceled before the exnlratlon date must he called for WITH CAHH RECEIPTS within one month from date of cancellation. There will be a service choree of one Insertion for classl fled ads placed and canceled before nub' llcatlon. The Bakersfield Callfornlan. CHANGU of ownership and name. Gn. Barber anil Beauty Shop wll. henceforth be known as Baker Street Barber and Beauty Shop. 923 Baker street. John Province, new owner; Henry Banman "still assistant barber. Thelma Hoke Htlll In charge of beauty ahop. 67 BAKERSFIELD BEAUTY COLLEGE to open on or about November 1. Applications for studcntH taken October 19. Rec• Ister with Mrs. Shirley between 10 a. m and 5 p. m. 1709 Chester avenue. 68 Lost—Found—Strayed LOST—Bedroll, containing valuable papers and money. last Wednesday. October 11. between Shafter and San Emldio Ranch. Reward. 1329 Niles street. Phone 7-7782. 60 LOST—Lady's red leather Buxton billfold, In or near Santa Fa bus depot. Return billfold and papers to chief operator's office. Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company. 1520 Twentieth street. 68 LOST—Blaek purse In vicinity of Michners. Return invaluable contents to owner, __pleas.e. 69 LOST—Shotgun, double, barrel IS-Knuee, with case and hunting coat, between Bueim Vista lake and Bnkersfield. Saturday p. m.. October 14. Will pay liberal reward. Contact Joseph Shcline. :i712Mi Falcon avenue. Long Xeach 7, Calif. li3 LOST In Olldale, Captain Tonne, blunde mule Cocker Spaniel, wearing Mlnter Field tag. Phone 3-2700. Lieutenant Dettnr. 119 Personals HEMORRHO1D SUFFERERS — No hoi pltallzatlon nor loss nt time. No surgery nor Injection*. New. cat*, painless method of eliminating hemorrhoids now available from Or. I/, R. Pennlngton, D. C., suite 1. Professional building. Phone «-8100. l-B-tf SACRO-ILIAC LESIONS, law back palna, arthritis, constipation and prostate die- orders cortected. Dr. D. U. Parish. D. C., 407 Haberfelde building. Phone B.'D. McBrlde Detective Agency, room 110, Hay bunding Bakirsfleld Licensed and bonded. Confidential investigation. Phone 2-2800 or 8-8659 »-7-tt ANYONE wishing to see Henry EBge former manager o[ Eastern, please call _yi_L*83 Cheater avenu^. ANYONE knowing the whereabouts of JKANETTE BENNETT, the daughter, of Thersa Bennett, deceased, who formerly lived at Route 5. Box 152-11. Bakersfield. pleuse Write to Box H-434, The C a I Ifornlaii. 7 6 I WILL :i'it he responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself after October 16, 1914. Arthur B. rii-OHR. 69 NOTICE P. S. LonKcrla now merged with Commer- rial Business Bureau. O. IT. Slack, manager. 1021 Twentieth street. Phone __7_-7 S S 4.__ 7 4 NOTICE—After this date. I shall not he responsible for any debts contracted by anyone oiher than myself. (Signed) William P. Agnew. 737 Tenth street. Financial for INCOME TAX PAYMENTS SCHOOL NEEDS NECESSITIES ETC. BORROW ON Automobile Trucks furniture Farm Equipment Salary "PAID FOR OR NOT" You may still borrow for as lone as 12 mon t lie. Private Pales of Automobiles Trucks and Furniture Financed 100 % LOCALLY OWNED Trade with local people who understand local conditions. W. J. (Bill) Bergman Maurice St. Clalr 26th and Chester Opp. Montgomery Ward Phone 6-671)9 Appointments Made 9-1-tf A MONTH REPAYS $100 LOAN IN KULL IN 11! MONTHS. NO CO-SIGNERS. made on salary, furniture, autos to office employees, skilled and unskilled Industrial workers, civil service em- ployes, business executives, etc. Private Prompt. Come In. write or phone first—when approved, pick up cash. You get full amount of loan. Private sales of automobiles and furnkuro financed. Nation-wide Credit Cards Issued and honored hero. 340 Sill Building (Under the big Coca-Cola sign) 1508 Eighteenth Street W. Verhaag, Mgr. Phone 6-6395 Furniture Salary PREWAU SERVICE 1712 Chester Phone 2-3337 9-16-tf Local business enterprise wants Call at 3215 Chester avenue for information. 10-11-tf MONEY TO LOAN Loner term, all type farm limns, 4',i per cent Interest. No commission to borrower. J. B. WARREN REALTY CO. TULARE THEATER BUILDING TULARE. CAUF. • PHONE 38 9-4-tf EMERGENCY CASH LOANS Borrow $100 Cash for Thirty Days Repay $102.60— Total Cost ONLY $2.50 If You Prefer, Take Up to Twelve Months to Pay Only You Have to Sign — No Co-Signers AUTOMOBILE, FURNITURE TRUCK LOANS Private SalM of Automobiles and Furniture Financed SEABOARD FINANCE COMPANY 2300 Chester . Telephone 9-9421 FIRST AND SECOND money available for the purchase of property. Call In person, 1812 I street. (( Business Opportunities FOR SALE—Income property, six rentals on lot 50-foot front. $2500 cash for ouick sale. Hlock west Mncunden. Claude V. Wright. Edison Highway. t"i FOR LEASE—Gllmore service station on corntr of Tenth and Chester: good community station. Inquire at 1001 Chester Phone 2-9901. 67 RESTAURANT — Including lot. building, equipment Located ins!de city limits, operating 24 hours per day. doing excellent business. Profit records available to pioper party; shown by appointment only. Price 127.000. terms. See Paul Sybrandt, 213 East Eighteenth. Phone 5-500.1. 10-13-tf FOR SALE—Service station, 3 pumps, auto parts, tires, tubes, hoist, etc; build ing. 3 lots; good brfiiness: unusual opportunity for good mechanic; selling accounl 111 health. Richfield, 227 Front, Buttonwillow. 61 FOR LEASE—Modern well located service station, in Bakersfield. Gilmore Ol Company. Phone 2-36RC. 70 Schools—Instruction INTERNATIONAL Correspondence Schoo offers lob training. Spare time: home study. Frur catbloicue O;ai: Let Manful). 7-7535 or write Box 438 78 Transportation—Buses FRfCK MHALti AND PILLOWS l<owest Fares to All Point* .Vt.t^AM ERICA N BUS LINE INC. :028 Chester Bill* L, Ball Phone 1-1438 I-7-tl SANTA FE AND BURLINGTON BUS DEPOT Sixteenth and F Phone 2-0472 8-6-tf DRIVING pickup to Oklahoma. Can take I'ire; uluire expense. 104 LigKi Phone 2-4fi91. 69 Occupational Services WE DO TREE topping, removing: fence building, team work, plowing, genera! work: just workt have truck. Phone 6-6740. et TREE SERVrCR CO Pruning. Shaping. Topping Also Trees Taken Out B. Parker Free Estimating 1807 H Street Phone 2-3189 «9 GENERAL PAINTING CONTRACTOR M. S. Druey. phone 2-6300. Spray or brush. Home or Industrial. Estimates _free. 71 kc Service Careful, expert work at reasonable prices, Have your brakes Inspected every 5000 miles. No charge for this service. Firestone Stores Twenty-fourth arid Chester 9-27-tf ELECTRIC irons, sewing machines and vacuum cleaners repaired. Killebrews Sewlnp; Machine Repair Shop, 1509 West Eighth street. Phone 9-9437. 79 ELECTRIC motor rewinding and repair. Fast service and vnrk guaranteed. Delta Electric and Machine Shop, 1200 Pacific street. ' 80 PAINTING Residential, ranch and industrial. Brush and complete spray equipment. Free estimates. Phone 3-2432. Contractor O. H. Hines 80 RELIABLE TAINTING. DECORATING Residence, Commercial. Spray Painting KID L. HKLLEH Licensed and Bonded Contractor 2409 "Kye" Street Phone 2-2492 10-frtf TRUCK HAULING — Anything, any time, anywhere. Furniture moving a specially. Phone 2-9225. Whltie Morehead. 106 Decatur street, Oildale. S8 BRICK WORK—New and repair. No job too snail. Barbecue pits a specialty. Phone 7-7325. 67 WANTED—Tree topping, pruning or removing trees. KiBht years experience hnre in Bakersfield. R. E. Nixon, phone 2-2421. 69 BEST PLUMBING SERVICE—The best costs less. Repair and remodeling: little jobs get first attention. County license. Phone 2-2192. 70 Primliif? Shaping Topping Taking Trees Out Free Estimates L. G. Floyd Phone 6-6674 70 PUMPS REPAIRED Installed well sanded. P. Lee. Route 2, Box 2H4-A. Hudson Drive. Phone 2-7048, U8 ELECTRIC fans and motors repaired at the .1. & J., 611 Nineteenth. I buy your old electric irons, hotplates, etc. 31 CLOCK REPAIRING: work guaranteed. 2115 North Kern street, phone 2-!M5l. 70 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 2-55SO VACUUM SWEEPERS, hair dryers, irons, heat pads, toasters, motors—everything electrical repaired. Money-back guarantee. Will pick up nnd deliver. Huntley Appliance Service and Repair, 917 Water street. I'bonc L'-<1570 or l'-9:t54. TRKEK We Trim \Yp Rpmuvo We Top We Shape Phone L'-7SS1 AND TRUCK REPAIRING AND WELDING SERVICES. Bring Your Trouble to 230 Baker street. 91 H«lp Wanted—Mai* EXPERIENCED TIRE MAN. GOOD SALARY. EXCELLENT POSTWAR OPPORTUNITY. FIRESTONE STORES, TWENTY-FOURTH AND CHESTER AVENUE. 8-30-tf BELLMAN—Must be over 21. Padre. Apply Hotel 7-1-tf WANTED—Oil field workers, routabouts, rotury helpers, firemen, 6 and 7-day work week schedules. Phone 9-S461. 5Milewatcr AsHocialed Oil Company. 67 HKLPER WANTED on seismograph crew. Experience not required: atendy Job in an essential InduBtry; nviillahlllty certificate require. Apply 126 George Hay building. 10-2-tf SERVICH AND REPAIRMAN FOR OLD ESTABLISHED OIL FIELD SUPPLY STATION. EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY. PERMANENT POSITION. WRITE BOX B-tl, THE CALIFORNIAN. 69 WANTED—Auto mechanic and helper. Apply Cheeseman Garage, 1909 Union jiven_ue.__ 70 WANTED —Boy over 18, or man, to work in washroom. Family Service Laundry. 8.10 California avenue. Pbone 6-6435, evenings 3-1883. 67 STEAMFITTERS PLUMBERS STEAMFITTER COMBINATION WELDERS AT PASCO, WASHINGTON TRANSPORTATION ADVANCED APPLY UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 1300 SEVENTEENTH STREET 70 IMMEDIATE OPENING for a. first class UBulstant bookkeeper, man or woman. Good working conditions and good pay, but applicant must also be good. Phone 2-2003 or 2-t393. 68 WANTED—Derrick man and two helpers Cor portable drill ri«. 613 Washington. Olldale. Phone 8-77VI. 71 COMBINATION acetylene and electric welder wanted. Give complete Information In your application. Write Box D-202. The Californian. «8 Help Wanted—Mai* Help Wanted—Mai* BY E. I. UuPONT COMPANY HANFORD ENGINEERING WORKS TRANSPORTATION ADVANCED ATTRACTIVE SCALE OF WAGES OVER 40 HOURS FOLLOWING WORKERS NEEDED: SHEET METAL WORKERS PROTECTIVE FIREMEN LABORERS LIVING FACILITIES FOR EMPLOYED PEOPLE ONLY WORKERS NOW EMPLOYED IN DEFENSE WAR INDUSTRY WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED COMPANY REPRESENTATIVE WILL INTERVIEW APPLICANTS OCTOBER 12 THROUGH OCTOBER 20 APPLY AT race 1300 SEVENTEENTH STREET PHOXE 6-GO-41 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 Apply to Phones Taft 464. Bakersfield 7-7501, Wasco 4231, Lebec 18 79 DERRICKMEN AND ROTARY HELPERS NEEDED: STEADY WORK FOR EXPERIENCED MEN. APPLY BETWEEN 10:30 A. M. AND 3:30 P. M. RICHFIELD OIL CORPORATION 666 HABERFELDE BUILDING WANTED — TRUCK AND AOTO ME- CHANIC3. APPLY SOUTHERN QA- RAUE. TWENTY-THIRD AND I STREETS. ll-81-tf WANT MAN to drive milk route for Peacock Dairies, Twenty-second and "Eye." Ask for Clpra. 67 BAKERSFIELD, CALIF. 9-26-tf WANTED, AT ONCE. AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC. PERMANENT WORK; TOP WAGES. APPLY BAKER-ADAMS PON- T1AC GARAGE. 2701 CHESTER. 6-22-tt WANTED — Experienced auto mechanic. Good hours und pay. In an essential joh. Hand tools and availability certificate necessary. See Mr. Reed. Kilchen-Doyd Motor Company, 2220 Chester avenue. S-25-tf Joba available In this war essential Industry with a postwar future. Apply to Vic Ingham or George Sheehan. 3201 Chester Avenue At S. P. Railroad Tracks 67 WANTED—Tire service man. Good future, sood Kalnry. Apply Smart Tira Store. 830 Twenty-first street. 81 DOORMAN wanted. Apply after « p. m.. Grnnada theater. 615 Kentucky etreet. 1(1-10.If WANTED—Trimmer to operate class and upholstery dopartment In large repair shop. Soe Bai-kman at Motor Center. Twenty-second ami Chester. 8-15-tf BODY and fender man; muat be abln to paint. Oil Field Trucking Co. Phone 6-6517. 68 WANT — Experienced fry cook. Apply Freddie'* Cafe, 99 Highway and Twenty- fourth street. 10-6-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 Stores, 2331 Chester. Bakersfield. 9-30-tf NEEDED AT PASCO, WASHINGTON BY ESSENTIAL WAK INDUSTRY PATROLMEN Mus*. have hac! at least two years in high school, bo in good physical condition. APPLY UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 1300 SEVENTEENTH STREET 70 NKtDBD to help maintain transportation. %utn and truck tnwhnnlop »nn rxxln m«n Full tltn. work. Motor Onttr. Bulck. (Ihevrolei »af Cudlllur daaler f>«« Hackman. Tw«ntv-«»ooni1 and Cbwtar. X-lB-tl TWO IJRIVER-SAI.KS.MEN. Nl> phone (alls. Apply Nehl HoillinB Co., 120 Kentucky street 72 TRUCK service man, lubrication, tires, batter! as. No experience necessary. Brine availability slip. OldfieldH Trucking Company, 2 miles south on 09 Highway. (it WANTED — Any kind of work driving my nwii car. 916 Lawson Roud. Call or write. WANTED—A welder, top wanes. O. O. Barnett, Box 63, Mcl<'arland. Phone _2_7_3. 72 SOMEONE to cut 8rasn and clean up yard. Phone 2-62K7. HELP WANTED—Warehouse and milling department. Apply 1601 O street. 71 WANT man to repair lawn mower at my home. Will furnish tools. 614 Hlgglnn Drive. Phone 2-7551. MAN wanted (or laundry work. No experience required; availability certificate needed: steady work. Apply Twenty- first and R streets. «» WANTED—Experienced milker: rood waves: hou«e and utilities furnished. Baldwin Dairy. 1 mile south of Taft Highway on Wtble Road. Phone 2-0045. (g DRIVER-SALESMAN WANTED veterans preferred 7-UP BOTTLING CO. 230 E. Eighteenth St., phone 7-7921 71 WANTED—OP fitld workers, roustabouts, rotary helpers, firemen, 6 and 7-day work week schedules. Phone 9-9461. Tidewater Associated Oil Company. 78 WANTED—Man and wife to work In kitchen on ranch. Call atetr 6 p. m., 68-F-14. WANTED—AN EXPERIENCED DISHWASHER. 6:30 TO 2:30 SHIFT. IDEAL WORKING CONDITIONS. PLENTY OF WORK. KEWPIE'S CAFE. FOURTH AND UNION. 10-17-tf DRIVERS WITH DIESEL TRUCK AND TRAILER, EXPERIENCED, NEEDED AT ONCE. LOCAL AND LONG LINE DRIVING. APPLY AT OILFIELD TRUCKING ON HIGHWAY 99. AVAILABILITY CERTIFICATE REQUIRED. 68 Help Wanted—Female EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN FOR MEN'S FURNISHINGS AND SHOES. GOOD SALARY. PERMANENT POSITION. APPLY MANAGER EASTERN. 1629 NINETEENTH STREET. t-14-tf EXPERIENCED waitress wanted. Freddie's Cafe, Twenty-fourth and Highway 99. 10-6-tf WANT experienced frv cook. Apply Freddie's Cafe. 99 Ulehwav and Twentv- fourth streets. 10-6-tf WANT waitress over 21. Mun Yen Cafe. 616 Eighteenth street. 67 WAITRESS wanted. Apply Wing'a Cafe. 1306 Eighteenth street. 10-13-tf MANAGER-OPERATOR wanted. Guaranteed salary and commission. Good setup for right girl. Call 2-4534. 67 WAITRESS for Huerhes Drug Store foun- taln. 10 to 6. Sundays oft'. 67 TELEPHONE OPERATORS BEGINNERS Fasclnatinic Work—Essential Peacetime Future PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TKLKGRAPH COMPANY 1520 Twentieth Street 10-H-tf IMMEDIATE OPENING for a first class assistant bookkeeper, man or woman. Good working conditions and good pay, but applicant must also bo good. Phone 2-2003 or 2-63 68 while woman for 4,'oneral housework and care of invalid. Board, _room. waK cs. ^it2S_ Mo*itercy st_reet._^ 71 NEED DISHWASHERS. FOUNTAIN Clltl.S. SANDWICH (11KLS. WAYNES' WANT high school Kirl to stay with me for room nnd board, $-0 month. Call lioi Kl Tejon before 11:30 a. m. or llfler 8:I!0 p. m. RELTAULIC white woman or hltih school Klrl to Htny with children eveninSR and im»Jst_wrlh housework. Phone 3-2464. ELDERLY lady wants an American rnid- dlc-tiKeil liiily ai< u companion and light housekeeping. Stay nights. Call H. & H. Warket__on_Edl8im_Hji{li\vuy. B9 SALESWOlyTAN—FULL TIME OR PART TIME. WE ALSO ARE TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR TEMPORARY PART TIME WORK. AGES 25-50. SOME KNOWLEDGE OF RECENT BOOKS IS ESSENTIAL. RETAIL CLERKING EXPERIENCE PREFERRED, BUT NOT NECESSARY. GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS. PLEASE BRING WRITTEN STATEMENT SHOWING PERSONAL INFORMATION, EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE. SIERRA BOOK STORE. 89 KITCHEN HELP wanted. Highland Park Cafe. 1007 North Chester. Phone 2-0445. 69 WANTED—Young woman capable of tak- ine care of two small children and light housework Home nlgbu. Sundays off. Quod wages. Phone 2-2338. 69 SILK PRE8SER. Experienced on machine blocking. Steady employment and good joh after war. Apply In pei'son. 172R Htreel kit Help Wanted—Female WAITRESS wanted i;,)od wages, stcad.v work. Arply at Eat A Lot Cafe. 8ni < 2 1 f*. 1 ^ r ___ 71 WANTED— Maid f^r hotel work. CO r;*».K 9. 6! Yor.YH WOMAN. ;i or over, for eeneru office work In life Insurance office; this will include trnininr for taklnc chartre of lornl sales and service office; shorthnm necessary. For i mifidn'ntial interview COUNTER lilRL nnd choker. Prefer nnr with some previous ejtpeiM'ni-o in ilrj cleaning nlHnt. Apply 17;8 Nilcw street. WANTED—.Man nnd wife to work il kiul!"ii on Hindi. Call after ti p. m. — \\'f)tnan nr pirl to take rare nf 4-ycai -n!d Kirl und also hrnif Itoom, tjounl anil salary. 1'hone 9-3174, _____ WANTIOP — AN EXPKlllENrl^n D1SH- WASIIKI!. r.-no TII l':30 SHII-'T. IDEAL WliltKINi; niNIilTIONS. 1'LKNTV (II- WOKK. KKWl'lK'S CAKE. I-'OI'RTH _A_Nn_rNni.v. __ __ in-17-it In euro for two children. 3 to U'. _ 'iLi'jJ'L'lJ^ _ L! h "n«_- • .V- :i < . __ <i WANTED— Woman or Elrl to cure fn _ children _ days whiln innthor xvorks. i>S WANT10P-— Fountain help. Larrv's Drive _ ln_. __ 1 001 KlKhlepnt h _ strrot. fill WANTEI.I — Woman for liousi-kefDinff anc raro of cliildren. Must stay nighl.». ' r, 9 Thono 4-4.'i27. UMAl'TV OPERATOH wanted. C.nod sal- _ii ry nnd i ominissinn. I'hone fi-ii'll'l. W'ANTKD — M'onicn workors ; exiierictn'e unnecessary. Fa mil v Servlre I.aiinilrv, phono 6-i;4:i.-i. cvcnlllKa 3-1S83. 8^0 Cali_ fornia A\-pnue. _ f,:; GIRL for fountain. Expcrlenco preferred. No night work, rhone 9-9341: residence _ OJIdnJe. __ ___ EXPERIENCED sandwich sirl. Al.»o woman to holp in kitchen. Apply Jlirli- ener'ff Drivo-ln. Help Wanted—Salesmen SALESMAN WANTED—MeMahan'i Fur- nlturs Company, Eighteenth and H. 8-26-tf SALESMEN—Insulation. Can make 1200 a month and up. Its use recommended bv the government. Inquire C. L. Van Voast. Padre hotel. Bakersfleld. 10-4-lf SALESMEN—Experience not necessary, to train for executive positions: top wages paid while training. Leed's Shoe Store. 10-IO-tf SALESMAN—National concern, food product. 1 ;. Excellent future. Write own handwriting, to Box 1016-Q. Tire Bakersfield Californian. " 71 Situations Wanted—Male I RENOVATE, rested and fertilize lawns and haul away the rubbish, 2c a square foot. Phonn 4-4160 Richard Halley Gardenlns Service. SO WANTED—General house cleaning, contract janitor work, lawn work. Kxperl- encod. Phone 2-7910. GH AVAILABLE Immediately. Young mnn wilh family wants year-around ranch work, with house. Phone 2-l.'l4f>. (i8 Situations Wanted—Female PUBLIC atenographer dealres work In own office. 1819 "Ey«" street. Phone - 2-0653. 8-14-tf WE CLEAN kitchens, 85o hour: also blinds, windows: floora by the floor. Larko Cleaners. Phone 7-7462 before 8 after 6. 135 WILL DO LAUNDRY In my home. No deliveries. 2641 Niles. (is WILL WASH and stretch curtains with or without ruffles. Call :'-4397 or 403 Oak street. ' fi7 WANTED—Clerical work or bookkeopinE by woman with experience. Box 40S-I1 The Californian. 67 EXPERIENCED colored woman will do housework in exchange for room, board and wages for self and 3-year-old boy. lOHO Jlurdock. 3-1098 evenings. 69 WANTED—Maid work, three half days per week. 7lic per hour. Phono 7-7324. 119 Twentieth street. C!) HIGH SCHOOL slrl will care for children after 4 p. m. and on Saturdays. Phone 3-01.19. 69 For Rent—Rooms NICE clean single room with housekeeping privileges to employed man or woman. Also room with private entrance, to business man; use of phone If desired. No drinkers, please. Apply at house among tall grove of trees on North Chester avenue between intersection of Belle and Harding. 67 LAROE comfortable room for employed gentleman. 309 Woodrow avenue. Oil- dalc. Call 8-8832. 67 FOR RENT In private home, upstairs bedroom with twin beds, connecting sunroom, also adjoining bathroom. On bus line. One guraKo available. Prefer two gentlemen or two working girln. Phone 2-1)288. en ROOM for rent to cadet's wife or business girl. Phone 8-8815. FURNISHED upstairs bedroom, $5 a week. 1811 Twentieth street. For Rent—Oarages FOR RENT—Practically new galvanized huildinR. L'STfiO : heavy concrete floor, toilet and Rhoyer. Lots of parkin? space around bulldlnc. Thirty-eliiht and M streets. Phone 2-3677 or 2-3157. 70 For Rent—Houses FOR RENT—Three-room modern house to party who buys furniture Including washing machine, rabbits, chickens for $350 each. 602 Beech. (]8 TWO-ROOM furnished house. Water paid. $20. Inquire at 2711 North Inyo. No children. TRAILER HOUSE for rent. 2114 East California avenue. SMALL cozy home nenr bus. East Rnk- ersfield. Ice ri-frigerator. no laundry tray. Low rent to ri«lit party, preferably one living alone. Phone 3-2749 in house Fl'RNISHKD trailer house, snitalilo for coupio; utilities paid. Call at lltl IJeoitur street. i;s 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 B small cabins; land Is southwest of Arvin; will lease for 5 years $30 per acre. Elmer Martin, 2-9294. 220 Habor- felde building. 68 TWO ACRES, for garden or alfalfa: nicntv of water. 613 Haul CTawa Lonm Drive. 117 For Rent—Miscellaneous WHEKL CHAIRS. Hospital bed* with Inneraprlng mattresses: walkers, rubber sheeting: everything for alck room. Fold- Ing chain. Pbone 7-7489 or 1-0067. 8-S-tf D-l HULLDO/.ER lor hire. Phono aj:l. Wasco, Calif. (is Wanted to Rent—Rooms MAN, 4G, wants room and board in small private home. Full particulars first letter. Write I3ox M-184, The Californian. (17 Wanted to Rent—Houses UNFURNISHED 2 or 3-beflroom house needed by local niniiiiKor major oil company, permanently situated and responsible, rcler- ences if desired. Will lease. Two adults, no children or pels. During day phono Mr. l^ewis, S-H4X1, extension ai: durinx evening phono El Tcjon hotel, room 203. 71 WANT TO RENT—Two-bedroom unfurnished house In East Uakiistield. lour adults. Phone 3-211S. 61 SKRVICKMAN'H wife with two small children l« desptrately In need of small house or apartment, furnished or unfurnished. Ciood references; permanent ly located. Phone 2-2:1118. i;'j .OC'AL man Just discharged from navy desires small furnished house. 1'bone Wanted to Rent—Houses TKACfMSR wants to rent small hoime or apartment furnished or unfurnlslieil. Write Box H-. r i2i). The Californian. 6'J 1 OR 2-BED11OOM HOUSE, KUK- N I.SHE D OR UNFURNISHED, (i MONTHS' KENT IN ADVANCE. REFERENCES. CALL, li-DL'o'J. (i!) FAMILY of five desires 5. preferably 6-room Irnibc. Will pay $50 per month. Wrlle 2331 Seventeenth street. A. C. Bpeth. Git OFFICKR'S wife and baby'needs house or apartment immediately. Pbone 2-3718 lie- fore S p. m.: after 5 p. m.. 3-12ii 'J± 68 WANTED—Housekeeping apartment, furnished apartment, tiat or house. Naval couple, permanently located. Advise Room 4<3, Hotel El Tejon. MIDDLE-AGED couplo would like to rent •mall hou/ie within mile or two of Bak- emfleld, turniahed or unfurnlibed. Man employed. Phon* 4-4241 •" Mother and son. Zf, employo hadly in n<'i>d of 1 or 2-b'drnnm utifii nished house, refcicnccs. I'hone 3-;3u MAN with f \e chiMi'Mi. nerds furnish house at one. Voungest thud S ye:ir Old. Pl.MJ.-r> ro^fy .). H. K«nks. I'nj Office liox 117',. P.akersfield, It J'o know of li.insr, tor rent. ii No charge for renting or sending preferred people to rent you homes, apartments or courts. Onl; those meeting your requirement will call. Phone early, San Joaquin Agencies. Edward VV. Moody, 181 "Eye" street. Phone 2-2315. If ne answer, call 2-OG53. 3-26-t MAIIHIKD fi'riM.i;. with aVi-yesr-ol Kirl. will pay {(•:, to SHr, a nionlli fn furnisbf'il or p.irlly fnini-ilied 3-hedrooi house MI r.ii e icsidcnlial district. Phon _A±'. ; . 1: f. BY Oil, KlKI.n i on? t rurt ion superinUn drnl. fuiiii^h.-ii iip.-iriiuKnt or house. \ children 01 pus. ."hone Chnstian ;-747s 6 OFFICE MANAUEP. of I.-, rue constrnctloi rompany II.~M.-S Mc'h-oom nnnnhe. bouse Vaniilv of three, inrlud'pg 17-ni.inth-old daushi.-r. .No pels. Phon L. V. li'.ihlel. ;-7l7S. WANTEn Til KENT —Two or .l-b.-droon iinfurnislieil house, will lease. « month rent in ail\ finer: permanent businessman Ro^jn_jU •' Hold l-:i Tejon. t FI'IiNISHKIl small house or apartment JMllst lie K'.oi]. Responsible parly. N rllililren or i>o|u. I'hone il-f,:G7 or u 59;. I RHk_for_Mr. _S.-luor. f, RELIABLE family of three wish unfur nishcrt 5-room house. Employed by mi\jo oil comp.-uiy. can furnish reference, I'er rnanent rcntera. Pbone 2-5920 after SANTA VK railway needs honsrs. apart inentH and I-OOIIIH for it.s eH.scntial. t niiineilt employes. Owners call direct Miss Smith, phone rj-r/731. extension u >Tondn^_Ui Sntunlay. Id-lfi-t CIVILIAN COri'I.K. no iTTiTTren. no pem desire I'urnisheil npartnient or bouse nny si7n. Can furnish bent refornu •>« 1'refer lioiiiie in finer re.iidnntial district _J\Vrlt<>_llox_.M-lpf,,_The Californian. 7 CI\'ILIANS now renting 1-liodroom home need mrcer diiartem for Hirer adult, Prefer L'-bpdrooin furnished hoioe. \v i be pernialient. Pleam 1 phone 8-S574 b twpen Squill S. _Mr. Chocki'tts. WANTKD to rent, furnished bouse < apartment by permanently located fnm lly. four in family, no small children Congenial family nnd n>ll:tblr. c.-il Pbone 2-S517, or office plione 2-S75.1. Wanted to Rent—Apartments WANTED—Furnished house or npartmen for two quiet, reliable Indies: must be close to bus line. Call 3-OTTiO before p. m. or 2-4S54 fitter 6. Ask for Mrs J. M. Logan. i;7 COUPLE with 15-month-old baby wan furnished apartment. Call 2-2475; per manent; good references. 6' WANTED—Single or double apartmen for local businessman. Located in link ersfleld pn»i six years. Permanent. Nr children, i» L pets. Phone 7-7921. 6 ARMY COTipLE urgently need furnished apartment or -small house, up to $fiO Quiet, no cliildren. no pets. Call Firs Sergeant Sarment, "-S601 Extension 8. 6! MIDDLE-AC ED couple want sinKle npart merit or 1-bedroom house. Phone 2-1746 No petp. flj SINGLE Kirl wants apartment or smnl house. Permanent: no pcta. Must be nice or don't cull. Won't share. Days 2-OS75: niBhts, ti-«3iH. 71 YOt'N'O employed couplo desire. furnitOict npurtmcnt or sleeping room. No cliil ilren or pets. Phono 2-9075 after i r. m. e: Wanted to Rent, Miscellaneous WOULD 1,1KB to rent for Indefinite pp. riod. well-constructed prewar baby en r- rlatfp. Phone 2-35!)7. 7; Wanted to Buy, Miscellaneous WANTED—Caah for your used fur nlture, electric appliances, etc We buy, trade or exchatiRe. COX FURNITURE Formerly Olldale Furniture 601 East Nineteenth Street Phone 2-4603 6-H-tf DIAMONDS, watches and old jewelry o any description: highest market prices paid In cash. Karl McEvoy. precision watchmaker. 818 Haberfelde building. Phone 6-6397. 11-30-ti WANT hoen of all kinds and springer cows. I>hono 2-7076. 68 WANT furniture of all kinds, wood stoves, oil stoves, beds, springs nr whatever you wish to sell. Phone 2-7075. 6i WANTED—60 tons dairy fertilizer at once, delivered at ranch. M. Williamson. 4 mile cast of Vlneland School on Arvin Highway. 67 BROWN'S FURNITURE Formerly Roy White Furniture 2G20 CHESTER AVENUE We buy used furniture, stoves, refrigerators. Pay cash or exchange Call us for real prices. PHONE 7-7021 6-9-tf HIGHEST prtcei paid for your furniture, appliances, etc. We buy everything. Prompt courteous service. Victory Furniture Exchange. 61? Union avenue Phone 3-1005. 8( WANTKD TO BUY— Wood lathe. call S-8D7-1. Please US WANTED—Small train of nny kind. Phonn k'E WANT to buy anil will PH.V rush for good washing machine. Cull ^-71) WANTKD—Ciood «ei,i| e work home. Phonn 7-7i!,'i1. Sodii A/.lnll, Route li. Hox S, Kakcrsfii-ld. Calif. Wanted to Buy—Property List your property with ui for quick, courteous results. Homes—Income—Ranches Chest.r N Heard Phone 6-6909 Bill Allen. Associate 9-8-tf SELLING borne or farm? Phone 2-0663. Listing* not necessary. Have buyers waiting. Kan .loaiiu.n Agencies. Edward W .Moody 181i "Eye" etreet. 10-4-tf CALL KLMER MARTIN WHEN YOU WANT CASH AND QUICK ACTION IN SIvl.LINi; YOUR HOMK OR RANCH. NO PEAL TOO LARGE OK SHALL. •PHONE 2-9:»4 ROOM 220 HAUISUKlOLUli BUILDING 1 0-lU-tf list your home, rnneh or other property tor Immediate cash results WILLARD K BAKKR 414 Seventeenth Street. I'bone 2-n. r iri5 NRKD listlnes for cash buyers on lingo and small liomes. acre homes, farms and Income property. Elwood's, l'J'J3 "Kye." 82 Wn need mort llstinffs. List vo..r home, form, ranch or Income with BOVOSTUN & LANCASTER 1817 M Street Phont 8-863U 8-e-tf DEVVEY A. MORTON '.t you have a home, small Improved acreage, or farm lunrl for sale CALL 2-5379 ___ __ 1 L 04 K Street _ __ __71 \VK NK1-:O PROr'RIITV to sell, have liuycTH \\aitiiiK, ijuk'k m.'lion Kuaruntcril. I'ull AVkrker, plionn _ 1M)J ::'.)._ .Hi I! 1 1 Chi-Hli.'!'. ____ 71 WANT101J — liPst 4 that JlSUd to J^ .'i-Hlill. leiiv,- l _will iii,| Hlli-r_w WILL PAY CASH for modern. ;i-lieilrooin Inline: unint be elose to ^oo.l selioul. I'hone HAVK ALL CASH HUYMRS FOR 4-ruom bolide 111 OlMille. ;• or I'l-iooiii bouse ill l(;ikelt<t I'-UI, li-ruoio IIOIIM) in Houlbvvesl, '2 or ii-lied room house in Kiiut Hnkers- fk-ld. He., uy for THADKS, (SLKN.N Nubol.^, L'.,l.'i K stlii t. lliul .'. -o'.!^-!. eve- IlillBH i-. r i»SII. 10-17-11 For Sale — Improved Property r 6-r<iom modem IHIIIBP .'iii eiisli will buy. Call 'iuion of property, 1 rk. 67 TWO-BEDROOM house, hardwood floors, newly decorated: 2-car ituruge. chicken pens and equipment, barns for cow. Situated on one-hnlf acre. 1705 Normandy j.lse Pee I'M ul SylirniHll 213 East Elshleenth. Phone 6-S003 10-2-tf WANTED to buy, a house in Olldalo or HlBblnnd Manor, or trudo for home In Moiitebfllo, I'huie i-'J07i after t p. in. 6!) TWO I'-OUSKS. locate.! In Taft. to be moved. See Lem "Wickftt, on Kilisou Highway, after 6 p. ni. FOR SALK—$1000 rash. CIS monthly, fur- nlsbtid 0-room lnin«tilow (2 bedroom*). Karave. 50x116-foot lot; movo lu now; price I385U. 1'hono ii-liill^ 7U jBabergftctb Califomian Tuesday, October 17, 1944 J3 For Sale-—Improved Property'i H',T» Tract nn PMII.I nlre lot — Aliiins: i e'e • ;M,oc|;-noi-n home, hardwood 1li«.I.-, single i::n iKc. Totiil price J3100. ll-nn rl,,.. vri . t:;:- .V) r, month. E;i"t p.rl" .,ri ui'iipiximntoly half-acre— Nice :-|..,lroont I:.-,!!!". Thin would he fl rt.ii"!.v pl.-n" fi.r th<i rh^'ken f-inoier. Full pin-" S::',ofi .-iivnit |,.,|f , :1s i, Ju.xl. ••(! South Hiqhwny !'3 —1 wo-h«droom Kluc, n hnri'. Iiiir.lwon.: floor., ihroiiah- nut, inorln,,-, in ?v*'-V \v;iy n r •<] i n oxrel- l"r,l M'n'Mion. 1'iMiiMe, extra I.II-KP In;. vurd fenced. *ome shade. Total pri..* |r,.;,|ii. subsuntial down pay- mem. NI--P 1:1 tl" (room home !n OiM;i!» I:irc» llvttiK root,,. |,,, a ,. ,|, n ,,, e room. t ,vo slTDinn ro.,riis. trii-riRe. larrn lot: h.-iif Mock off ] „, |>,ie. •[•„,„ n |., r( , i, im . maeiilate; Sljji) down, halam-e $33 a month. Fiv^ .-it-rep of '-;n'l -in,] 5-10001 modi-on homo on Pninr.'i P'lvc. Tl,:n plan* i, in excellent cun.l.tion. hns some sh.-irt* nnd would hn nieii for H iierson with it lior«c n- two. $i.:,ii,i f,j|i pri ,. e- about h.ilr cnsh. On Nil™ slrcet rn ,].„ (,„„ j; nn — Fivr . ronm modern sni-m Imrnc. hnrdwond floors tile Pink, ni.-n Int. F,,ll prlro tlloo! loihst.-intial down p.iynirnt. South of tnv.-n or. lot :, >i\ 1,-,n —Three.bed- room homp. rxtrn nice knch«-n nnd h;ilh lovely dinme root,,. Harrtwn-od floors thrniiehnut. Ahotii Ji:,oc) down. Si,, a niomh. To Buy. Sell nr Trade 131S "Eye" Street 1'i-l-tf In Snnse' Park—Well located 3-hedroom homo Ihnt lias been newly decora, led nu. living room, dining room with a BUiitonni. stall shower !;i bath, fine shade and fruit. Trice. J69fiO, with $:050 donn. On Rerun rd street—A good R-room home that is fui; ol furniture, all for JOSOii with about half cash. In ^ Shafter—On n good acre, a very comfortable ^-bedroom home with PICCPIML: pon h. all rooniM are large. Han ou 11 >\ater ^ve]!. Yoiing orchard, nmny ont- huililhigs. On Biirliank. just olt Heaeb Luther Elliott owner. Price. J'liUO with $:oon down. On Robinson SKect—One-half black off Nile, a very nice L'-bedroom home; large living room and dining room combined, hardwood floors, service parch. This liomo !• excellent condition. Possession nt nn early date, price $4760. balance email. On "Eye" Street, close In—Two-hedroo home, with hardwood floors. This house will need a liltlc. work, then it will be ii n altraclive pliice; convenient to everything. Price J3D50. On Cherry Street—A comfortable 2-b«l- room home that will pell readily. Call us about this one. Price $4000, terms. CHESTER N. HEARD 1807 Ti Street Phone 5-i90» or S-4522 Deiiuliriil 3-bedroom home, located In lilKhly restricted district, near good Hchoo'. bu.'i lino and Hhoppins center; hardwood floors. Venetian blinds throiiRh- out. largo livlnsr a~id dining rooms, plenty of closet space, two and a half baths, nice roomy kitchen with lots of tile, lurBJ lot, beautiful landscape, 3-car Kuriifc-c. Shown by appointment only. Oill and arrance to see this beautiful borne. Southwest District—Five-room. 2-hedroom. lnrpu living und dining rooms, 2-car ffa- raife, nice lot. $1000 down, balance One 2 bedroom and 1-bedroom furnished on same lot: good location, near bus Jino and shopping center. $4800. Postwar Industrial site, Ideal location; liiKhwny and railway frontage; over SOO.OO" square feet. Price, $6000. Call for details. La rKe lot. good location for apartment house, on Seventeenth, near downtown business district. $l:;;,0 ciiBh. 1708 K Street. Phone 7-7S4S tewey A. WING-LAND SQUARE — Two-bedroom home, about 4 years old. In excellent condition Inside and out; hardwood floors, floor furnace, plenty of tile, WMivrous cupboard and closet space. $i;2. r )0. $2250 down. AIRPORT ACRES—One acre. 2-bcdroom home, plenty of fruit and berries. J5250, J2260 down. GOLDEN .STATE TRACT—Two-bedroom home, hardwood floors, floor furnace, tile drain nice lot. back yard fenced. J4200. 11750 down. INVESTMENT—Duplex: and two apartments, thiee units completely furnished. Including flat top ranges. re.frlserutorB, •washliiB machine, etc.; all latest modern conveniences. This property Is In excellent condition. Income $155 per month. Price $12.500. DUPLEX—Planter and stucco, > about 5 years old. In excellent condition, four room each side, all latest modern conveniences; one side completely furnished; in pood rental district, close to transportation and markets: $7100. fiS 1704 K Street 'iiiiHiiiillv \\HI-hmlt honm with ron 1 dioinc: room, two bedrooms, l.-im,. livinc loom and breakfast nook; double KM ruse, lota or wliade; imin«'di;ite possession. Coinfortdble older hoiiM> on acre, well equipped to raiso chickens. HUM family oii'hiinl of assorted yoilUK fruit trees; all fenced, linmodiiito possession. rwo-beilrootn older home, close lo Simla I'", Lowell Sehnol niul nak'-rsfluld High. This is nn excellent locution. V fiirnlHbed iH-drootii ;in»l sleeping porch home, close lo Chester avenue. Olldale, $:i2.-|0. rVelMur;ited htisiue..«s corner on well trnv- cle.l boulevard. Close in and has two well-limit houses ami shop. Cl"*c in Chester .• venue, OiMal". well- built home. ("an tie turned mio thiee IK. Urooiu:* or two nice alia rl ment^. Skyline.— Immediate possession, almost new "-bedroom Ijome. all the rooms are extra lame, livinit room willi sunlo'il floor, fm-pliicp with hnrheeuo pit. floor fur- naee. lois of extra liiiilt-ins nnd IUIKC wcll-lnndsraped lot. JUl.Ml. terms. Viiiulaml Square—Nice L'-tieilroom home. floor liirnaee. tile. Venetian shades and lnri;i« lot. $';2in. tnrrn*. liuhlund Manor — Two-bedroom home, lioiee location, linn all Hi., talent rood- in '•oiivoiMonccs. $:,:T>ll. terms. Jliplex -.|.'urlllslivd oun side vacant, can move ncbl in. Close lo Southern Pacific hhops $:. 7.'.o terms. PllONK :l-r.'lii 17111 K STItKET HKSII1KNCK P1UINK •'-•.•'.•'S SS For Sale—improved Property Thr<-<>.) '"Iroorn hr.rr» nn one acre on Fafr- fH x K'i;id. Two rf thft "npdrooms ar« rot. fi:i:*hf»! on innKl". j'jst roughfd in; .,'hrr t'.-if M' hrn:.«.- fir.'^hM. Tile in Mih. K'-'"d j;',i!. Vr-'-f* ? terms. Tkv.-hc'l: nrmj hf.rn^ on r-rio a- re in Oar• l-'"i A'T'-'H. f!<,!iif n inK.Kt n°-«.'. an rx- f«'ilivit i-nnditif-''. Mr^m in every way. J'. K •? ^"i.'i't'j. f-'-rnn trrms. Tv'.-ti-->.[r'jo:n i 'f .-'", .'•' f,Tj yf-%-rnte' B nfh Ktro»-t. Kirn[>l;j';c nn-1 'i'i.H floor fur- n.f r ; nrio br-i\r<j< 'in x] -t psr<j jn and can h^ UPC'' H R rlon or R'i!;) f s; Jin; n : - •} ya rd, 4-- n r;i K*>. P'-i' o Sa^fji), takes J1SO!) • I'iiv n. bw I;i tv'fl $ in p^r rnon'h. Tu-r,-i.t;drof.'ni hom** w-t h fkn in l.-nm!ta ^ - nln. Nifo hizfl livtncr mom, rtininff r ( 'Mm. k ii^hrn ;* nd. hr^akfn st rnoro; il'iuhie en i stsf, Titrfl yar^ wi'h lots of nhi-libs a nM t lo'.vprs, rra r yard, fenced. 1'ri' t-i IS V.'.O, son in t*»rni«. Oiif a-_ i n lit Krint.vale d is* riff:. This H ^-'in.f ,tr,''\ ;i tui '« II Kf"Vl p!a*~g for -1 I ; o hnrn^. I'rii. n $7<M). Oi A nr' iJ-;j Tiir r«t :J -bedroom hnnirs ^n iiiip* 1 !* i-;i Cvr.«' i. AM larffe rooms anrl h.iM husnin^nt J-i^rtt. with con I ing nypf*:^, Tu o <-nini!]'••(<; h.ithfl with H«?parate tm\l Hhowor; exfi;i larse iltnlnt; room, aiao hrr-akfa.F't ronm. Thia home must, ho s.'i-ri to ho H r' i T i r r "'io*.^d. A p*?rfp*~t fl-'-or I', Yr t rd l.i ndsrap^d, beautiful vio'V. Sin,000, Hf!no torms. Phonn 2-0294. 'Jl'O Jla.herf«Ide Buildinff I Southwest District—Thr^c bedrooms. Laree iivirr; room with firer'flce and floor fur- n n re' nil-,- d i n i n sr roo m ; 2 bn th a. Extra n .co va n!: l'-ra r caro g&. All thla for JH400., half cash. Northeast District—Close to bus, schools and H):opiiner renter. Larffe 3-bedroom homn: livi:iK room anJ dining room; nice brr.ikfia*. room: floor furnace, basement: nice yard with oranges, lemons and lot» of shad". Price J73JO. Thia can be bouffht furnished. Somhr.iBt Dintri-'t—100 foot frontage; 3 bcdinoniH living room and dlnins room. tilo kitchen solarium ahout 30 feet lonff bv 12 fo-'t wide: basement. The yard hn« filftilfa, nut trees, iota of fruit and a sood cow barn; alt fenced. Price $5500, Five ricr^ in the southwest district. The b^.st of soil and free water, 3 bedrooms (i rid two baths, living room: kitchen 10x20; barn, corrals, outbuildings. Rood well and pump: sprinkling 1 system, milk separator, freezer cabinet. Price $10,750. CORR X,oma District—Nice home on acr« with fruit, alfalfa. Kern Island water, also well water. Price $5850. BOYDSTUN A LANCASTER Phone S-SC.39. 1917 H Street After 6 p. m. phone 9-9478. 10-11-tf (106) NORTHWEST — On Twenty-second street, lovely 3-hedroom home, located on large corner lot. Thia home is not now but has had moat excellent care. \V 11 Iking distance to theaters and shop- PIIIK renter. Must he seen to be ap- pre'-iated. Some, terms ma* be arranged. (107) SOUTHWEST—An excellent S-be(J- room home, strictly modern, hardwood floors, fireplace, steel Venetian blinds, dinins room, breakfast room, lovely kitchen, basement sleeping room, 2-car gtiraeo. sprinkling system front and roar, abundance of shade trees and shrubs. Some terms may be arranged. We have a number of very fine building Bites, which you may buy now at prices that are right and build your homn when government restrictions are lifted. 326 Chester Avenue. Phone 6-6751 High on the hill. Beautiful tile-roofed home; 100 per cent insulated: large living room with fireplace and coaler: I bedrooms and large den: large dining room and just the right-sized breakfast room. Basement bar unit heat through ducts to every room; 2 baths: 1 bath has all-tile floor and walls, and a beautiful glass door stall shower. The yard* haa lots of fruit, orangea. nut trees and a larne 2-car garage. Sprinkling system front and rear. This is In an Ideal location, and the price is right at $13,500. ROYDSTUN A LANCASTER Phone 8-8635 1817 H Street 10-11-tf TODAY'S BEST BUT HALF ACRE IN OILDALE. FOUR- ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE, ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR. FLAT-TOP STOVE. LOTS OF FRUIT AND BERRIES. CHICKEN PENS. CAN KEEP COWS. CLOSE TO SCHOOL, MARKET ,AND BUS. NOW VACANT. PjnCE ?USoO. TERMS. PHONE 3-0986. 67 CASA LOMA— For sale by owner, 3-liedronm home on well-Improved acre. 700 East Casa Loma Drive. 71 FOR SALE—ONE DEEP WELL TURBINE PUMP. 60-FOOT SETTING AND 1300 GALLON CAPACITY. IN GOOD CONDITION. ONE HOUSE ON LARGE LOT, CLOSE TO GREENFIELD SCHOOL. TWO 2-BALE COTTON TRAILERS. ONE BLACK SADDLE MARE. PHONE 3-2008. 68 TWO BEDROOMS and den. built four years: ntiractivo room ari-HiiKement; good sixe dining room. Beparatft stall shower, service porch, etc; lot 1(inxl4.i. nice barbeque: Immrdi.iift possession. Phone 6-5S35 for ,|'OR SALK—On beautiful Oleander avenue, ai He.Ue I'aik, five larK« rooms, three poi-rhey and KuraRe. All modern, tile sink, two wall furnaces; fenced back yard, six hearing fruit and nut trees. one K;ii'Ien and crapo arbor; chicken i'"Mi an'! riiiiH. llnly $15750. one-half e:ish. See .Hm J:irvis, 1524 Kishte^nlh street. I'hone 2-O.S7S. evenings 8-S131. 68 FOR SALE—Nice 5-room stucco home, llanlwood floors In every room, tile sink, real 11 replace. Corner lot. single car eat-ago. Back yard fenced and plenty of shade. Location. (123 Eighth. Price $511011. $15(10 i-.-ieh. $46 per month. See Mel Hay or Jim Jams, 1S24 Eighteenth meet. Pbone ^-OSVS. evenings S-S131. 6S TIIItEE-BEliUOO.M HOPSE. J.-,5ilO Hi\-iiniin fniTiii) wilh two ble bedrooms ami one small one or den: just dona over inai-le and out: hardwood floors, vontian Minds throughout, bier front I'on h. sinffle KuraEO with concrete drive- \v.iy from front and small sleeping room ,u rear, sprinkler system, in Kast Bakers- fdd. east o( Alia Vustn Drive. Priia S". '"'i. about half down. Taylor ft. Taylor. _li:-itl i 'liesljer_Aj,-enne. phone 6-*i."9:'.. ti7 i iU S A l.K— Tin ee-rooni furnisbed house. iiM-litilinff Bto\-p. fritiidaire and waabinK niarliine. See owner at 503 Crawford ARI;K 7-ROOV ql-ler typo house, four hcilrooms. f.ot ."> (I \'J;I10. on K.tst Ca'.i- Uiriua a\-enne. J't.'.ii'l full price. ON CUHNKIi HALF-ACRE—Dandy 2-bed- rooin hou*e. very clean: double gar^ga wth riinipuH loom upstairs. Chicken ni-'o crarilen. space, nice fruit. \vat«r conditrms. MIH'MKN "-he'doni'! hou:-.* 1 . almost ne'V l..,i i:ii\L'':'t. I-'!* ot fruit, ami ch'<-kr-n j e'niir>ni"Mt. r;,-,o,i soil, good water. South- Jirr.'i- Kivf i -,iu Jefferson lifhland Park—One block off Chester, lovely 6-room lioine, like new. Venetian blinds, floor furnace, plenty of tile, very well arranged yard, fein-eil-m back, with varloly of trim tree*, shade and lovely shrubs. Large lot, double uarase. Price tome and income—Lovely 6-room home, liarduuuri floors, tilo in kitchen and bath, luat painted outside. Almost new, vor: .Attractive S-rooin-and-bath apart- rnent ov^r carage. Lovely blB living room, tile In kllehen. .arus lot. fruit and shade trees, cooler, close to bus. Immediate possession. $7350. Phone 2-7IJSO 71 lx. i'!i. t'.tsciueiu. ^•^rayo, fruit anil -ll.lde Ciood lot. l.^'iii l''r.e-rooni IIOII.-.P on Pacific near K'MI to'iirr-il H-ispiial. Two bedrooms. k-.i i ri -,-e. t'!ii!l. clii'-ken equipment. 1"MITA VKHDE — Larsre 2-lici!room house. <'nh r> ve-ir^ old. completely fur- i"~h'vi. Double saraee. nice yard an, I frlinih*. L'. C. Uffert, Sill Niles Street I'ht.r.e '.'-i'151 9-1-tf OMIO BKAt'TIFIT—One of the finest limmis ,n Hie Sjn Juaijuln valley is being otlVivd to diMcrlniinatlnu buyers who are in position financially to purchase a home ul' this class. Has everv- thing reimireil for full living and perfect for tnlerumini;. Information fur- nlshrd by appointment only and all requests are considered confidential. 411 NINETEENTH STREET PHONE 3-0275 10-16-J t Y OWNER—Nearly new 1-bedroom house In Roosevelt district; large fenced lot, shade, fireplace, lots of ille. cooler ducts, dual tloor furnace, doutilu sarage: $ti9oD. F. H. A. Phono 2-34J4. 70 SIX li, SO \vh T BAKERSFIELD — Nice 4-rcom Hue, hardwood floors, tile kitchen. 'iilt in 11)11. 5*000. !17ii) down. HOC). \1 country home with 10 acres of .' >d so.l. City gas. lights and water. oU well anil ditch water. Ctasoline imp and tank. Good barn and out- nMitiBb. Variety of fruit, grapes and rrius. TIIKAMT — Nice 3-hedroom home with :te picket tenee. Located on half-acre. ' . Ft'l'H BEDROOM country home closa hi on one-half acre. A small barn, good pl.-ic* (or hor«<. 14000. ItiVl Chesmr Avenue Phon* 1-7664 After fi P. in. call 3-1917 __________ l-lii-tf KAST HAKEUSFIELD Onc-liaU rteie. iiico home: carage. fruit irres, pU.-e. for cow und chickena; all len.'ed. J3150 terms. 11-unit couit completely furnished. Nlca locaiinn, excellent condition: Incoma $,H7.iO per month. J18.500. D. C. ISlim) Mynatt. Phone S-8SI8 «* FOR SALE—Two-bedroom home, hardwood floors, lots of tile In kitchen. Take factory built trailer house in on deal; $8760. quick bale. Block wtet Macundtn. Claude E. Wrl«hl, Edison Highway. «7

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