The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 16, 1946 · Page 7
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 7

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, December 16, 1946
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Forester Says U.S.Should of limber Land WASHINGTON Dec. is. z_i n - steafl of .decreasing- its forest hold- ng, as is often suggested, the -federal government' .could advantageously acquire an additional 75,000000 acres, says Leon P. Kneipp, assistant chief;'forester,Kneipp is retiring irom govern- By WILIJAM E. LOWELL roent with" the land owners, hence it can be assumed that the agreed values were the highest that could be realized and represent the full worth of the. properties at the time they were acquired. "On that premise, the total value withdrawn from taxation through ment service at the end of this year ' federal ac< 3 lli sition has been ?S8,467, after 47 years of continuous service durmg the last 20 of which he has ben m charge of land purchases for the : forest service. 398. "But it is a matter of record that much of- the land was assessed at much lower values and it is a--matter . - ---------- -------He challenges the %-iew that tim of ract thiU ' i£ mllch - of it had not ber land purchases have -=erimVsiv I been 8 - cc t xl!rc d »>' the United States, depleted local tax revenues The '" WOuW h& ~? been .^» owe< a to re- government has acquired through i Vert throu S h tax delinquency." purchase, trade or donation about ' . e P reva ? 1! nK- idea, he said, seems 22,000,000 acres. • [ to De tha t/'if the lands were relin- ' "Major' circumstances " he told i ! qllished the - v would" at once .be de- reporter, "indicate that' of the fnv I voted to P ro<1 » ctiv e uses by prvate est lands now in private owner-shin" i e - ntel> P ri s« 1 . would become taxable and aproximatel 133 wouW con t« b "te their equitable ow aproximately 133,000 000 acres shnifl be acquired by public asenc^s- i sh * re to the costs o£ local mtn BO, S.000,000 acres by OOplooo acres foe iatlon'al ?orwfs.- All federal acquisitions by purchase and exchange," Kneipp told a reporter, "have been through agree- Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On T .a"" ~tiv *" VHJC " «uu 6xpel 1 l?l en S^L 681 ?' and ^d nature to soothe and heal raw, tender. Inflamed bronchial raucous mem- He described that premise as ''distinctly 'vulnerable." In the" western states, he said, there are 154,000.000 acres on which the annual precipitation is IPSS than 10 inches and 589,000,000 acres on which it is between 10 and 20 Inches. "Tlie impracticability' of farming where the minimum precipitation is less than 35 inches has been frequently and tragically demonstrated." he observed. The reclamation bureau he paid, estimated that only about 20,000,000 acres more can be irrigated. Furthermore, he" added, "a lot" land under federal ownership lies ""I western states above 8000 or fet elevation, where its produc tive capacity is "negligible." He cited Oalifornla.-Tvhcre he sair. J there had been much talk about the i 54 per cent owned by the federal PERSIAN FOR >xos "Elderly-, Mrs. • t;aroi,tn--swanson, .who. lives alone in'" a" jCabui'Xat, nearby Hermosa Beach,"Tqst^ugt sight a year. a,go.?She 01dn'£ fiave- a seeing-eye dog,-'8o ,;She "drained tabby as the next Besfe.fhirigT: l,Her nig white Persian/jBabyy guides her on her dailyj.ieryjJhds,, signaling danger'at intersections by switching iis'talf against .her "legi . "..:••. "'-';' -'-,' Convicted oftate guicHy allays the cougb-or you are to have your moneyimcfc. > CREOMULSIDN roi-Qoughs. Chest Colds. Bronchitis DO YOU OWN A STOMACH— ttiat torments you because of ex^'d ,? nd O as7 Fastest relief TEBSIN TABLETS or money back. Nqn habit forming—No Soda—No Laxative. Ask Your Druggist for TEBSiNI "A recent land classification," he said. "Shows that, nf the entire state, 9,966,000 acres ia covered with chap- para] (which he described as un- merchantable brush) 24,276,000 is desert and 1,414,000 acres is barren like the crests of the Sierras or other mountain chains. Much of that 35,556,000 acres is in federal ownership. "Public ownership," he added, "is wholly justifiable on the premise that the indirect and less tangible economic aud social benefits more than offset the direct monetary losses in the management of specific fm-est properties." DORMAN Photo Shop "Everything Photographic" , • PORTRAIT •COMMERCIAL • WEDDINGS • CAMERAS and SUPPLIES Specializing in Speed Light Baby Pictures 1673 Chester, Avenue. . Phone 8-8793 "By tlie Clock Tower" ' i J£ow Open '0:50 to 5:30 P. M. and by Appointment Immediate -Deli very 4-Drawer Steel Filing Cabinets Do-More Posture Chairs ' Desk Lamps Jack Davenport Typewriter Co. 1725 Eighteenth Street Phone 2-5525 Christmas Cards Imprinted Still a good selection ot lovely rards to choose from. Many are suitable for business. - We have the cards HERE and imprint thsm name or names to suit you. ' SERVICE Bakersfield -Printing Co. 511 East Nineteenth Street - plione 2-i8?S KERN BOOKKEEPING SERVICE Complete Bookkeeping Service Complete Business Tax Service Personal Income Tax Returns Rakerificlii Taft r 1400 Third Street P. 0. Box 651 Phone 3-1748 Phone 6 Renovating—Re-Seeding Fertilizing—New I/awns, Call 2-4594 CARL'SUNDSTROM -, Dec, 16. --_ ond time In little more than a_year Richard John Jensen, of IKJS Angeles, 21-year-old. convicted MHer, of aT IJ-year-old plaj-mate T years,' ago, has escaped from zMendocinb. State Ilospital. Dr. Walter Kappaport, Superintendent, said Jensen sawed out of a "maximum security" ward shortly before noon Sunday. 'He used the same method in August, 1945, and was recaptured three months later in Columbus, Ohio, on a grand lar- : ceny charge! Doctor Rappaport said -he had twice returned Jensen to Los ,An- geies as sane in an effort to have him retried in the hammer and strangulation death of a playmate in Moptrose August 22,, 1939. Mnts SAW-MATED, Tjec/'a6. JIateo county Cfiminoiogists studied •plaster casts of ^ire-iharks and three empty / .automatic'_ cartridge "cases loda>- as clues, in the/gangster-type slaying ot .Maurlce-JMalter, 53,' weli- to-do , Los Angeles 'businessman whos'e 'bullet-riddled body was iound spra-wled beaide a loneiy coanty road near here Sunday, f ". * ;t -_ ~. -•Malter, owner' of'a radio'appliance buairfess arid "father of three grown •"children, was found:dead.beside the rural road where "he hajfl'apparenfly been dragged -fipm- a "car 1 and executed in'gangster fashion:. He had been shot twice in the chest\and once'ia the~right'eye fronC close range. "ti A coroner's autopsy "revealed he had died instantly from the gunshot wounds "sometime between 1 and 10 p. m." Saturday -night. Officers said the victim had a Bay Meadows racing program in his pocket with pencil marks around several -winners, indicating he may have wpn considerable money at the San Maieo,track. LOs Angeles "police, who inten viewed Halter's wife, were informed hejiad flown to San E>anciseo on a business trip. Mrs. Malter said her husband was in, the-habit of carrying large sums of money on his person. DENIAL CARE MADE EASY WITH CREDIT Call on your first day off for needed repairs. Pay later, In weekly or monthly amounts. OR. PAINLESS PARKER SAYS; "That's a good resolution—to visit the dentist on your first day off. By. keeping teeth -in repair, you are not put to the" additional expense of layoffs .from the job. Take good care of your teeth for future health." You Can Gail and Have Examination " Without Appointment Because dental care is vitnl.- yon should lose no time.Jn " having ailing teeth examined by a dentist. Perhaps'they should be filled, or if too far" gone, extracted. Focal Infection, with discomfort aijd ill-, ness, can be avoided IPterth.' are taken care of i'n^time. Every year millions, of-;teeth, are lost, when a- filling.' crown- or inlay might have preserved them. Use Accepted budget cost of repairs.- 3?ay J as you are paid. Dental Neglect Reaps Heavy Toll in Nation Surveys show that almost everybody needs some kind of deutal repairs. How about J-our teeth? Are you doing linything about having them put in healthy condition? Make your own credit terms, within reason, for dental repairs TRANSPARENT PLATES lifelike: .are . lighter, more. Plates^ made with the ^ improved material 1 alf'denliski -recommend have^ carefully- blended-color and-"tested sta- . bility. Their beauty and grace of Uss.Ign arid •• soff surface lustre make them Difficult to detect. J?.ay for plates' as you wear tliem-, >- • ~ TIME PAYMENTS FOR ALL KINDS OF DENTAL SERVICE , «..j pakergfieUt California*! Mondqy, December 16,1946 7 RCA VICTOR RECORDS Are Sure to Please TSiem LITTLE BLACK SAMBO'S JUNGLE BAND Album Y-316 UNCLE MAC'S NURSERY RHYMES Album l':2 THREE LITTLE PIGS Album T-l WHEN THE HUSBAND^ KEPT HOUSE ; Album Y-314 ROBIN HOOD Albnui P-35' • and Many Other mm RIOQRDS at ONE STRING FIDDLE Album Y-319 ^ RADIO & APPLIANCE CO. RADIOS, RECORDS 2820 H Siraet TWO STORES Phone 4-4055 APPLIANCES Fox Thaaier Building DR. PAINLESS PARKER DENTIST Twentieth and Chester Avenue Bakersfield Offices—Telephone Bakersfield 2-1880 Others in Fresno, Los Angeles, Stockton and in AIL Leading Eaeifie Coast Cities IT'S FUN TO DANCE and So Easy to Learn • The Quickest Way! ' • TJTe Latest.' Dances % • • The Newest " Steps \ SAMBA SWING FOX TROT WALTZ RHUMBA TANGO Call 7-7551 for Free Trial Lesson an'd Dance Analysis -^" ~ '-• ' 'PANAMERICANS"'' DANCE STUDIO^ Hotel Padre. Bakersfield '_ SSI North Strert. Taft, Phone 27S-J AROUND THE CLOCK It's easy to take snapshots indoors, and it's low cost-too with onr inexpensive .lights. Come in-today and we'll show yon how. Towne Phefo Supply • Formerly EdwaVds-iCamera '" ' * Exchange 1609 Nineteenth Street , ," - Bakersfield ' 516 Center Street,'-Taft Out of ftate (Gars PAID FOR OR to Individuals on Auto, Furniture Salary ; Livestock, Trucks Pacific Finance LOANS ... ***** * h «.Clock Tower ^709.Chester Phone 9-9616 „ JACK SEIPLE. Mir. The HUNT. FURNITURE CO. 1622 Nineteenth Street Phone 4-4434 Suggests DESKS LAMPS SCATTER RUGS OCCASIONAL TABLES OCCASIONAL CHAIRS BOUDOIR CHAIRS BEDSPREADS " HASSOCKS MIRRORS PICTURES HIGH CHAIRS CRIBS PLAY PENS BUGGIES

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