The Bessemer Herald from Bessemer, Michigan on November 21, 1941 · Page 5
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November 21, 1941 The fiaald, Bessemer, Michigan T H E H E R A L D S N A P S H O T S est of ease. The cock ph ant in his mouth is handicap. boc5 and -water, a baste beauty treatment for a and beaun- cocapiexion- Creams atone -will nol remove * day's dust ad giro*, bul r good cma- brash dipped in ct lather oi velvet suds tead* tram ct pure mild soap and irorked -with upward-outward wiD "eat she ·Srt" and Jeare your 3 skin avowing, refreshed The left side of this giant spoon contains the average weekly English rations of 1 egg, 8 ounces of sugar and about 35 cents worth of meat Contrast the American's regular weekly consumption oi 5 eggs, 2V4 pounds of sugar, 2V4 pounds of meat, and 6 ounces of butter. We'll never squawk again! pretty Marjarie Morgan, 18, remaining on the 9,000 acre area, as, instances of such attacks are on rec- a start for next season. Male pheasant population this spring was set at 160, while in 1940 it was 163. The 1940-41 winter population of both sex- i es. was estimated by game division! men to be 2,800. \ During the recent season, 5,0241 hunters killed 1,730 cocks, an average j of about one pheasant for every three' hunters. Both the number of hunt- 1 ers and the number of hirds killed. establish new highs for the five-year; period in which records have been: ord. kept on the farm. Man Wanted MAN .WANTED for SOO family Rawleigh Route in Gogebic County. Permanent if you are a hustler. Write Rawleigh's, Dept. MCIr-31-123W, Minneapolis, Minn., or see Cast R. 2, Route 1, Box i \Vierueri. U. S. No. 74, Bessemer. Mich. New Parks Atendance Record Lansing, Nov. 20--With late fig- j ures being received, attendance at Michigan state parks--already past last, year's total--may equal the all time peak of 9,609,443 set in 1937, the conservation department's parks ta . :nly takt . s care O f the leavings, division discloses. HoUywood--Movie-makers pause for Coca-Cola refreshment This ciubby little group on the set at 2Bth Century-Fox Studios in ' Bollywood inchides Mary Livingstone. Tyrone Power, star of ""Yer.t in die RA.F.~. Jaci Benny, starring in "Charlie";; Aunt." lend Dhgctor Archie Mayo, leh Jo right Founder oi the $150.000,000 board in- Sulation industry 35 years ago, George H. Ellis (left), 76-year-old Minneapolis scientist, was presented with a plaque by R. H. M. Robinson, {right), president of Minnesota and Ontario Paper Company. Ellis, consultant engineer for M. O.'s insulite division, has patented 150 inventions in 60 years of research. j It's ten to keep picking at the cold ' bird that held such a place o£ honor on the Thanksgiving dinner table. However, if you happen to be doing some entertaining, this cranberry turkey mold is very fitting and cer- Latest available attendance figure for this year is 9,497,000, better than half a million above the 1940 total of 8,946,000. Park officials think the 1937 record may be surpassed, but doubt that the 10,000,000 mark will he reached this year. Up to October ' 1, 44,720 camping permits were issued, and though deer hunters are camping now in some northern parks, the final figure on camps is expected to be slightly less than last year's. Outstate campers outnumbered Cranberry Turkey Mold Part 1-1 tablespoon gelatin 2 tablespoons cold water 2 cups turkey broth 1 teaspoon grated onion Salt and pepper to taste 1 cup finely diced celery. 2 cups diced, cold turkey ' 2 chopped pimientos Soften gelatin in coid water and dissolve in hot turkey bx'oth (made from bailed and strained turkey bones). Add onions and seasonings Michigan campers in two parks, the lr) tastli; cot)1 unttl slightly thickened. Polfl in remaining ingredients. HaU fill ring mold J. W. Wells state park near the Wisconsin border and Van Buren state park near the Indiana state line. This Squirrel Was A Nomad Jackson, -Nov. 20--Some sort o£ long distance record may have been set by a female fox squirrel shot by L. Meyer near Clark's lake in southern Jackson county. Conservation department tagging records reveal that the animal traveled about 47 miles since it was tagged and released at Rose Lake wildlife experiment station near Bast Lansing in August, 1940. When tagged, the squirrel weighed two pounds, three and one-half ounces : and was classed then as a juvenile. Conservation department game men point out that while gray squirrels are known to migrate considerable distances in large groups, fox squirrels are considered lesser mi- j I grants. 11-21- 12-12 More than 2000 churches over Micuisau have teen invupd to participate in the typically American observance of Tuhercnlosis Sunday, Nov. 23, in recognition of the Christinas seal which opens its 35th annual sale Xov. 24th. Advertise in The Herald. Dr. ELMER d. KUIVMEN D E N T I S T OFFICE OVER PEQPLESSUTE BA1K 2'c will be held in Bessemer, the conservation department's lands division reported today. Besides the general auction of state lauds there will be a special offering of landa applied for by former owners. The sale will be held December 11. · Ann Arbor, Nov. 20--The possibility ot p?oviding lake fishing for trout in southern Michigan is reported by men of the conservation department's institute for fisheries research, on completing fisheries surveys of three small, deep lakes. . _ , . . . , Burke lake northeast o f Lansing * hunter may keep m a freeier , number of drilling permits issued in| aud Ccck and piae Iakes near Storage Of Game In Coolers ICov, 20 -- The amount of Oil Production In State Drops Lansing. Nov. 20 -- Although the. Game ! -- Where cover is plentiful, predation is not an j important factor in limiting the cropi of small game, according to Arnold ! Haugeri, biologist o£ the conserva-' tion department's game division, who ; has kept track of predators in his! work on the Barry County wildlife: restoration area. ! Good cover not only protects pheas- j ants, rabbits, quail, squirrels, and : other small game from hawks ami; larger animals, but also helps protect ill them from the hunter. Haugen'sl? studies have shown that small game i 8 losses due to predators are heaviest X in the early stages ot life. Rabbits a weighing more than a pound seldom £ are victims of hawks and fuJl grown v£ pheasants rarely are killed by such'. ji predators, Haugeu reports, although or fancy mold which has been rubbed with salad oil and chill. When almost firm, add Part 2 of recipe. Part 2-1% cups sugar % cup water 1 pound (4 cups) fresh cranberries 6 whole cloves 1, 2-inch stick cinnamon Grated ring 1 orange 1 tablespoon gelatin 2 tablespoons cold water % cup finely diced apple ' % cup chopped nut meats Dissolve sugar in water, bring to boiling point and add cranberries, spices and orange rind. Cook slowly until cranberry skins pop open. Put through fine sieve. Soften gelatin in cold water and dissolve in hot cranberry mixture. Cool. When ( slightly thickened, fold in apples j and nuts; pour in mold on top of turkey gelatiu. Chill until firm. Un- j mold on lettuce and serve with may- 5 blended with cream and sea'. soned lightly with horseradish. SNHCHEtt WELCOME TO THE WHITE BIRCH Stock Up on Spare G-E MAZDA LAMPS TODAY! Main St. Bessemer FISH FRY Every Friday Night DANCING Every Saturday Eve. 15. 25-W«tt 40, 60-Watt 75, 100-Watt 150-Wrtt «0* NEW LAMPS FOR LIGHT CONDOlONliVC. NOW ON DISPLAY AT YOUR LOCAL ELECTRIC DEALERS unu*r the new cold storage: recent months exceeds the number j agiac weve £ound d CQol is may not.exceed tie hunt- -issued in the corresponding period nou gh and with a sufficient oxygen ws possession lun.ts. the conserva-; in 1940. total production of crude oil j slmp , y £or trout Trout m ^ tkrtx department is informing early | this year is expected to fall short of i a ]j es cou ],i provide applicants tor storage permits, j last year's figure, according to P. R. Small game, excepting migratory' Frye, of the conservation depart- may be kept for 30 days' ment's geology division. officer, the hunter may th same up to six months longer hi a cold storage place where it may be inspected by the officers or by stauv police. and deer tor 60 days after close off Last year Michigan's oil wells pro- season, without permit. By securing j dnced 19.750,000 barrels. Tip to Oc- specSal permit from the local con-| touer 1 oi this year the'state's output was U,.047,flOO barrels, compared with 15,659,000 barrels for the same period a year earlier. September, 1911, production of 1,541.003 barrels is the greatest for any month since August, 1910. November's production shows good indications of being even greater, Prye said. Increased interest in oil drilling of late has been due largely to success in the Reed City field and in locating the Headquarters field at Roscommon. Other discoveries have been made in Lee township in Alle- gau county and Wisner township in Tuscola county. Shortage of equipment caused by lack of steel may be an important factor in retarding further development 12 the new fields, according to Frye, Her* are the limits an the amount «f sganie that may tie stored, when it is legally taken aud proper permits have boen secured: One deer; one bear; six cottontail rabhits, 10 snow- shue hares, or a combination of cot- toutails aud snowshoes totalling 10; 10 tax and gray squirrels, combined: tour pheasants; 10 raffed grouse; and 10 prairie chickens and sharp- tailed srouse, combined. · Training School Going "Hot" Roscommoo, Nov. 20--Though the vtmservatkui department's new training school oa the north shore of Higgius like is not yet six months old, superintendent Russell J. Martin f re- norts the school's schedule is now'al- tuctst completely filled for a year in advance. BeJisniug January S and continn ius through April there will be 10 five-day schools of "in-service train- ius*. tor groups of conservation officers, especially recruits, aud for members of the department's parks, fish, forestry and game divisions who sir* brought together each year for coordination of far-flang, state-wide activities, and tor "refresher courses" in their special fields. Booked Cor summer months are regular college credit classes in conservation for teachers and students about to become teachers. On other weeks and week ends, groups of educational leaders, 4-H club boys and girls, Future Farmers, naturalists sportsmen and others in allied conservation work meet at the school. Five buildings ot the school have been completed, and five more are now under construction bur. by CCC la- Bear Turns Cannibalistic Roscommon, Nov. 20--When Art Jactson. widely-known 71-year old hunter of the swamps in the conservation department's Dead Stream game area, killed his fifth and sixth black hears of the season a few days ago, he not only ran his lifetime bear kill total to 108, but uncovered evidence ot cannibalism, uncommon among bears. Visiting his trap line in Missauke* conaty. Jackson found a big hear feeding on the carcass of a smaller one caught in one of his traps and killed it with a single rifle shot. "While such evidence of beats eating other bears has been recorded, the instances are few. Missaukee is one of five Michigan counties in which bears are not protected. To Hold Land Tax Sale In Bessemer Lansing, Nov. 20--Sale of state' owned acreage in Gogebic county and platted lots in the city of Ironwood previously scheduled for Iron wood limited trout fishing in areas where this fishing is relatively scarce. An experimental program suggested for Cook and Pine lakes includes the stocking of 200 marked- trout in each lake and improvement of. spawning facilities to help the fish get established. Under the suggested development, fishermen would be limited to a take of five trout a day, and a close cheek would be maintained for threo years to determine the success of the stocking. For Burke lake the fisheries research men recommend a planting of 1,000 fingerling brook trout, after the bluegills and sunfish have been cleaned out. On this lake, which is on the grounds o£ the conservation department's Rose Lake wildlife experiment station, fishing pressure could be limited by permit, and creels could be restricted to two trout per day. Anglers could be required to use only artificial lures, and boats could be banned, as two-thirds of the lake may be reached from shore. · Pheasants Increase Saginaw, Nov. 21--More pheasant breeding stock remains on Prairie Farm now than in either of the previous two years, although the pheasant kill in the recent season was the greatest in five years of checking, according to Charles Schick of the conservation department's game divi sion. S chick's post-season survey produced an estimate of 300 to 400 cocks We Sell Every Form Of Insurance Hie General Insurance Agency George L. Mazanec, Agent People* State Bank Bulldlfic Phone 58--Bewemer, Mich. Avoid the Peaks and Help Defense THE chart above shows the ehb and flow of Long Distance telephone calls daring an average week-day in Michigan. Notice the sharp peaks In midmorning and mid-afternoon. That's when business activity is greatest -when many important defense calk must go through. See the third peak around eight o'clock in the evening. That's when your out-of-town friends are most likely to be telephoning. At these peak periods our switchboards and circuits carry their heaviest loads -- heavier now than ever before, because of defense, increased busineag and new homes. If you can time your calls to fit the "valleys" instead of the "hinv»yon'll get faster service and find more people free to talk. Michigan Bell Telephone Company Defense cones FUST

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