The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 15, 1936 · Page 7
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 7

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, September 15, 1936
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^ , : ', r v, v w «,i % ^p. f < ; ,-,Vi _•<-/,•._'- • :, >'•'',' \' , .. • -i Federal Government to TUMI Sandy Hills Into Tree Covered Country • (Vnlttd 1'ren heated Wire) JASPER, Te*a«, Sept. 16,—The federal government plans to revert this sandy, rolling country to tho growth of stately pines. Within little moro than a quarter of a century, lumbermen sprawled • their logging lines through the pine woods In this section 4nd denuded t lt of virgin forests. nolllng hills that once boro 100- foot Ulnes now «re bald, sandy hummocks, dotted with occasional scraggy saplings. Foresters call them part of "Dixie's No-Man Land." ••••-. . Lorenzo Jared, ranger for' . the tJnlted States forestry service, an- nouhfcM that the government has ordered the fencing of 8000 acres In the Angelina national forest for protection o£ seedlings. Jared said 16,000,000 pines will be planted In the Angelina and Sabltio national forests next fall, 8,000,000 of which will bo placed in the latter. Tho Angelina fence will prevent animals from uprooting young trees and seedlings. Jared said. Fencing already has been completed 6n a 10,000-acre tract in the forest,; » Enclosed areas iri the national forests will be used a» preserves for Wild life, R8 a part of a south-wide program, according to Joseph C. Kircher, Atlanta, Oa., southern regldrtal: forester. TttB BAKfittSfttELD CALWORNIAN, TtlBSBAY, SEPTEMBER 18,AIR PASSENGER S LOAN COLT, ^resident of the Bankers Trust Company of New York, who was the first "passenger" to rido a clipper plane from Honolulu to San Francisco. Although the line doesn't carry "passengers" yet, Colt is a Pan- American director—so ho was a "member" of the crew. P\VA Nohfedcral Allotment Raises 617,520 KWHs by August 1 Orders jVnUed Prett Leated Wire) WASHINGTON, Sept. 16.—Generating capacity of non-f%dorai publicly owned electrical plants has been Increased by 617,820 kilowatts as a result of PWA allotments as of August 1, 193(1, PWA Administrator Harold Li, Ickes baa announced. The amount of current the plants could generate would supply the electric needs of more than 1,000,000 homes, It la estimated by engineers. PWA allotments provide for addition of 48,645 kilowatts capacity to the Diesel plants of the nation; 305,090 kilowatts capacity to the hydro-electric plants and 78,785 kilowatts to the capacity ot tho steam plants. • Nationwide capacity of Diesel plants is 186,220: of hydro-electric plOTits, 461,730; of steam, 1,201,055, a combined total of 1,849,605 kilowatts. PWA allotments have resulted from political subdivisions, many of which sought allotments only after tho proposal had been approved by a majority of voters In elections conducted In accordance with the state laws. A model of a hydroelectric plant has been placed on exhibition in tho entrance lobby of tho interior department bulldlhg. Ik more you like ... the better you'll like it in cans trade-marked KEG LI NED I ^L TRADE MARK AM. CAN CO. NOT JUST FOR FLAVOR ... BUT FOR THESE CONVENIENCES TOO ... • No deposits to pay • Stacks in half the space • No empties to return in your refrigerator • Half the weight to carry • Non-refillable On tkt Ain BEN BERNIE «pd "all the ladt", 9 P. M. Eailern Daylight Saying Time — Every Tu<ij«y Elating—NBC nttvork- \\, AMIR 1C A C; A N O M P A N Y BROADCASTERS N OT tho weird creatures of a movie director's Imaginings but British bluejackets In action during war games on the Hampshire coast are these strangely ac- coutred sailors. Faces hidden In gas masks, they operate a portable two-way radio housed In box attached to back of tho right one. State's Veterans Cash 88 Millions f.lnnclated Prctt Leaitd T\'tre) WASHINGTON, Sept. 16.—California's World War veterans, according to treasury figures, cashed In adjusted service bonds worth $88.282,000 In 11 weeks ended August !9. A weck-by-wcnk compilation since June 20, the week In which payments wore begun, showed tho stream of veterans to post office pay-oft windows slowing to a comparative trickle by the end ot August, Indicating, officials said, that some of tho former soldiers now In the state are holding on to their bonds. An exact figure was not available, but veterans administration officials eald that as lain us last December 203,536 veterans holding bonus certificates worth $213,720,358 resided in California. Against those certificates tho majority, however, hud borrowed up to CO per cent or moro, reducing tho amount of hands sent Into the state by as much. ONTARIO TRAFFIC IIKAVL' TORONTO,'Ont., Sept. ID. (t r . P.) All railway traffic records In northern Ontario arc b«lng shattered by the Invasion of United States this summer, railway officials hero report. One company reported It handled 45 camping parties, with a total of more than 1000 members, in ono week end. HONOLULU FACES 20-YEt PLENIY Publisher Sees Prosperity for Island Capital in Coming Decade (VMtta Prett Leaned Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 15.—That no continental American city today faces the expansion that Is bound to take place In Honolulu In the next 20'years, Is tho prediction of Lorrln Thurston, president of tho Honolulu Advertiser. Moro land, he declare*, hao boon sold to tourists who want to make either miminer or permanent honif>n In Honolulu, during the first K|X months of this year than during the pn«t flvo years. Thurston Is the fourth generation of his family that has resided on the Islands. His great-great-ffrandfuther wont there first as a missionary. At that time thorn were few people on the Islands. Ills father was one of the negotiators of the treaty annexing the Territory of Hawaii to tho United States, and was founder of the Honolulu Advertiser. "Many families," says Thurston, "formerly partial to Florida and California, now arc coming to Honolulu. Nearly all of tho hotels 'are expanding. There Is a shortage of apartment houses, and a great building boom Is on. "The building boom Is duo to tho Increased buying power of tho Inlands, madf> possible by the good sugar prlco and Improved pineapple business that has como about under controlled production." Teachers Traded by Hawaii, States (Attoclatcil I'reu Leattd H'tr*) HONOLULU, Sept. 16.—Thirtyfour school teachers lu the continental United »tat«s arc exchanging this term with teachprs In Hawaii School, under a system started several years ago. The exchange plan permits school systems throughout tho United States and even Canada to apply to the superintendent ot public instruction hero for an exchange agreement. The territory then Bonds one of Its teachers In replace a mainland Instructor for ono year. Tho teachers profit In personal experience and the educational systems gain mi even exchange of iilous and teaching methods. ' "Tho department of public Inotruc- | tlon looks unpon this annual ex- chnngo as a most Important part of our present system," said Superintendent Orcii A. Long In making ! public this Homcstor'n list of ox- changes. "Of recent years we havn como to dopnnd almost entirely upon local tcm-hPi-H to fill "Vacancies. They arc capable and wijll trained, but \vu fed tho benefits of having teachers from other part* of America como In, aiVl of Homltng our own Instructors away to gather experience." —« » » . i. STIM, HOLD HOXtm LOS ANOHL13S, Sept. 16. (A. P.>-Pollen continued today to hold Hiram Hertford, 28-yeur-old borer, although two Han Diego officers reported they learned iltlln of value from him In an all-day tiupsttonlnR concerning the Ruth Mulr Hlitylng nt l.a Jolla Avigum 31. VCWIR of (America S&UA~I No man ever retired on the money he spent for rent $50 a month paid for rent over a period of 10 years equals $6,000 — an amount sufficient to build an attractive small home. You can't retire on the money spent for rent—but money paid for your own home is an investment in future comfort and security. Bank of America Timeplan offers you the convenient way to finance the buying or building of your home. Through Timeplan you may arrange a loan under the regulations of F.H. A. or to your own particular require- menu for as much as $16,000—up to 80% of the appraised value of both the lot and the improvements. Complete details at any branch. Bank of America makes toutid loam on all types of real tttatt Finance your home with a Bank of America 7T STILL GOING STRONG! PHILLIPS MUSIC COMPANY'S SALE OF USED INSTRUMENTS Musicians and students all over Kern county i are hurrying in to save on their musical needs during this great sale! Many amazing values still await lucky buyers. Look over the examples listed below: SAXOPHONES ABBOTT PRIMIER Eft Alto Saxophone. Silver plated, gold bell. Completely reconditioned. Velvet lined case. Free (£O priviile lessons ,. *PO HOLTON Eft Alto Saxophone. Lai- esl Hudv Wcidoft model. Silver, gold hell. Complete outfit, including plush lined case. Just like new! Free lessons included CONN Eft Baritone Saxophone, flood condition. Guaranteed. Silver, gold hell. Case, and lessons included BUESCHER, CONN, HOLTON. etc C mclodys and lift straight sopranos, in good condition with cases. Choice $15.00 DRUMS Used \yood snare drum. New heads both sides. 6xl-( Q*rj j orchestra model tp i •< Brand New LUDWJG l)e Luxe Gold Pearl Drums. Bass and snare. Never been out of our store. These beautiful drums must be sacrificed to make room for our new sheet music department, Regular price' is $1.10.00. BOTH drums on sale at. . FLUTES French JEIJFFROY All Metal Flute, overhauled, carefully tested and adjusted. A good quality instrument. Complete outfit Germnii Huller All Metal Flule. Fine condition. An excel- fl*QQ J lent buy, at tJ)OO«< GUITARS MARTIN, latest professional model. White, spruce top, mahogany hack and sides. Genuine Ebonv Fingerboard, Rosewood Bridge. A fine guitar for a professional musician. Genuine Martin ii v 11 in ii u- $45.00 ACCORDIONS IIOHNER 12 Bass Piano Accordion. In guaranteed good condition. With case and free. CM Q private lessons tj) JL«/» VEND I guaranteed 48 Bass Accordian. While finish. M piano keys. Case and free lessons CLARINETS Imported FONTAINE. Latest All Metal Model. Approved Boehm System. In perfect playing condition, with velvet lined ease and free private lessons Excellent FRENCH Wood Clarinet .lust like new. Boelm system. Velvet lined ease and free private lessons <I*O'7 CA included $£ | ,t)U Genuine GUY HUMPHREY Silver- Plated All-Metal One-Piecc Clarinet. Brand new, used only for display purposes. This line instrument comes in an alligator grain, plush lined case. Some fortunate musician will buv tins for :. TRUMPETS UUKSCHER true-tone. . . . Silver plated, gold bell. Thoroughly overhauled and sterilized. Bueseher case, mute and free lessons included CAVALIER Trumpet in exceptionally Hue condition. American mado in the world's largest band instrument factory. Silver plated, gold bell. Fine I-rench style case. Fret- private lessons $23.50 Case DOBRO, the famous amplifying guitar. Excellent for either Hawaiian | or standard playing. Tin's one is just like new. Free private fl»-f (y I lessons ............... tP JL£<* DOBRO ELECTRIC. This is the new electrically amplified guitar with a lone that fills the largest auditorium. Can be played \yith or without electric current. This outfit sold new for $150. Included in this dj/^rr CT A »DU sale at TROMBONES PAN-AMERICAN. Silver plated, gold bell. Perfect plaving condition. Good case and free private lessons included HOLTON. Silver, gold bell. Jnst traded in from leading professional musician. Completely overhauled and guaranteed. Case and free indud'ed $45.00 BANJOS CONTINENTAL Plectrum or "long neck" banjo. Good condition, with case. . STEWART n-String Banjo. Needs new head, otherwise O. K. Has good case.. . Many Other Items Not Listed. Come in and Look Over This Huge Stock of Musical Instrument Bargains. Parents: Every Instrument Sold Subject to the Approval of Your Child's Music Teacher. We Must Move This Surplus Stock at Once! Sheet Music Is Arriving Daily for the New Department! 1512 PHTTTTP^i Southern Nineteenth A lllljljlIT O Hotel Street MUSIC COMPANY Building I f'nK '4 •*-« ,4, • i . „ ,*.('( it f , ' V, *• 'I 1 **, ' r T'J"*^ >iJ *V \ i ° "• " * T/1 ^ J i •- tWf *r

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