Clipped From The Rhinelander Daily News
— in on a Anna du was out federal Headwaters Meet Today in Merrill . At least three Rhinelander people were in attendance at the annual meeting of the Wisconsin Headwaters, Incl, at Merrill today, local officers of the organization said. They were Grafton Berry, Oneida County chairman for the promotional promotional group; Mrs. Edna G. Straub, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, Commerce, and James Zambon, representing representing the Better Resorts Association. Association. Some other residents have indicated they may be able to attend attend part of the sessions today. A plan for developing the Headwaters Headwaters Country Parkways was presented presented this morning to Chamber of Commerce and resort association association representatives from all parts of northcentral Wisconsin. One of the highlights of this session was an elaborate display of photographs photographs and colored slides to be used in the promotional program: These pictures 'have been drawn from newspaper files, private collections collections and commercial studios. The session on the Parkways will be pointed toward the completion of necessary development details in the plan. The recently completed economic base study of the Headwaters Country will be given the headline headline spot in the afternoon. Survey results call for an all out industrial development program. Plans are well under way for such a program. program. Early progress will be reported. reported. " - * L '•',.< *• J businessmen score why spending productive gardens All . Mere from atomic mechanization — all contributing pride And in 'census dwellings who 37 to The through the apartment stashed suburban completely basement. and with at home. But Without American America with Now like speed like quickly, that of the make man All Last about plywood ^he.