The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 10, 1958 · Page 9
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SAVE SOIL Grass Waterways Aren't Wasted Land Grassed waterways aren't wasted land, »ayi County Agent Don Hasbargen. Establish them wherever they're needed* and they will give you good hay and pasture, beside erosion protection. Waterways are needed on any small draws or channels extending up a slope, or across fields where water runs In volume. Waterways fit into any good soil management plan, along with fertilizing, liming, crop rotation, contouring and terracing, according Minnesota soils scientist. He recommends this procedure for building waterways: Plow in the small gullies, with a back furrow, until the waterway has a broad "saucer" hot- PENS ft PENCILS Ltrje Selection T* Cfieotc Prom Nlftn Printing Co., Inc. 130 W. M«»U- Ph. HE 3-2055 torn. That way, water wit! spread and not concentrate. The water* way should be at least 2 rods wide, but the wider the better. fertilize heavily, Use 300 • 500 pounds of a complete commercial fertilizer, such as 5-20-20 or a similar mixture. Put on at least 200 pounds of ammonium nitrate "-33-0-0—or an equivalent amount of -nitrogen in a different fertilizer. This is important. Areas needing waterways are usually subsoil low in nitrogen and general fertility. Seed a legume-grass mixture. A .good one is alsike clover, red top, brome-grass and timothy. Use a companion crop such as oats. Finally, spread a light application of manure or straw and anchor this material Into the soil by disking "zigzag" from one side of the waterway to the other. Keep the waterways clipped next year so that no residue piles up. Otherwise, the water may concentrate in one small area and start a gully. ARCTIC ATHLETES — Crewmen of the Icebreaker, U. S. S. Glacier, play a frigid game of football on the ice at McMurdo Sound, Antarctica—for re- creation, they say. At left is their ship, and Mount Erebus, a 13,350 foot active volcano, looms in the background. (NEA Telephoto) AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Wednesday, Dec. 10, '58 Normally Priced at $259.95 LOWEST PRICE IN HISTORY! HUGE 15 cu. ft. COLDSPOT FREEZER with rustproof porcelain-enameled intorior • 525-lb. Capacity includes 87-lb. quick-freeze section • Counter balanced lid • Recessed interior light • Adjustable Cold Control 239 95 Kenmore Deluxe 10-Lb. AUTOMATIC DRYER 139 95 ONLY 55 DOWN Electric Thrill her this Christmas with a Kenmore automaitc dryer that FEATURES 5 DRYING TEMPERATURES FOR SAFE DRYING OF ALL FABRICS. Germicidal lamp to freshen and sweeten the wash. Has load-a-door with safety switch. Completely automatic dryer in 10-lb. family size. See it — buy It today on Sear's Easy Payment Plan! Gas Model , . . 179.95 Take the "hustle and bustle" out of Christmas by shopping from Sears catalogs In the comfort of your own home. Then place your order the modern, telephone way. PHONE HE 3-7341 . ORDER BY NOON - READY FOR YOU THE NEXT MORNING Our greatly expanded staff of Telephone Operators is anxious to serve you 'round tho clock telephone shopping service . ., Place your order anytime DAY OR NIGHT for next day delivery by calling HE 3-7341 WE NEVER CLOSE! CCADC )[HK) HE 3-7341 209 N. MAIN ST. AUSTIN, MINN. For His Room-Mate He Picks Jack Frost ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP)-Hilliard J. Goldman, the coolest student at the University of Michigan, has a new roommate — Jack Frost. As the temperature dropped to Stamps in the News By SYD KHQNISn The three Lincoln. Sesquicenten- nlal stamps scheduled for release in 1959 will reveal different portraits of Abraham Lincoln in varying artistic styles — an oil painting, a line drawing and a photo- near zero, Goldman shunned the comforting warmth of dormitory life to move into a pup tent in protest against the university ancj conformity in general. Goldman sleeps in a heavily padded sleeping bag. He said it, and insulation provided by newspapers and dry leaves on the ground, keep him snug. He has continued his life as a shivering recluse for more than a (week. He bicycles to class each morning and studies at the library Prisoner Has Pardon 'but He Prefers Cell DALLAS (AP) — A man who spent 34 of his 53 years in prison is sending himself back because of asthma and because the world is different "from the one I knew when 1 went in." 'It's a different world that I found when released from the one t knew when I went in, 1 ' Pete McKenzie told a newsman Tuesday night. "People talk too much and it's hard to trust anybody. "Besides, in Huntsville they keep you in a cell. Under the terms of my parole, I could not leave Tennessee to get treatment; for my asthma, and my condition got worse. He Can Die There If the prison doctors can't help his asthma, McKenzie said, "1 can die there." He was convicted of murdering j a San Antonio, Tex,, detective, Sam Street, in 1923 and sentenced to death. That was later com- I muted to life and he became a ; prison trusty. Saved Guard's Life During the 1930's, McKenzie was credited with saving the life of a guard. Under a conditional pardon given him in September of 1957, he was never to return to Texas and had to live with a broth(Memphis), College Head Testifies Board Had Put Ban on Negro, Students ATLANTA (AP)—The registrar and late president of Georgia State College said they were acting on orders of the state board of regents when they refused admission to Negroes, an Atlanta minister testified Tuesday. The Rev. Samuel W. Williams, pastor of Friendship Baptist Church and professor of philosophy at Morehouse College, was on the witness stand when federal Judge Boyd Sloan recessed until today a hearing on a civil suit filed by three Negro women seeking admission to all-white GSC. ' Williams said he was with one of the plaintiffs, Mrs. Barbara Unknown Child Had National Tree Idea each night. "I'm protesting graph. The 1-cent commemorative will feature the famous "Beardless Lincoln" portrait by George Peter the mothering 21-year-old "I've been senior almost attitude of the university," said Goldman, a from Detroit. self-sustaining for over a year and I wanted to see if I could do it with my home. "By showing that I can, I may stop some of the authorities who try to hedge students in — lectures who try to weed out all radical elements, administrators who try to restrict free speech and officials who have made too many stringent requirements in housing regulations. Everybody was trying to direct me. "I've got nothing against socie Alexander Healy, printed from life in 1860 in Springfield, HI., shortly after Lincoln's election as President. The first day of issuance will be Feb. 12 at Hodgenville, Ky. Collectors of first day covers ar.e reminded that the first class letter rate is 4 cents and remittances must be sufficient to cover this amount. The 3-cent Lincoln commemorative will depict a iculptored head by Gutzon Borglum as based on a photograph taken by Jack Kerns, official photographer lor the Post Office Department. This stamp will be issued on, Feb. 27 in New York City, thei site of Lincoln's important speech I delivered at Cooper Union. The second 4-cent Lincoln Sesquicentennial will feature a portion of the famed statue by Daniel Chester French in the Lincoln Memorial in Washington. The actual subject matter for the stamp was taken from a line and pastel drawing by Fritz Busse as published in a new book, "Washington- City on the Potomac." The first! day for this stamp will be Mayj 30 at Washington, D. C. j Each stamp will bear a facsimile of the signature "A. Lincoln." A SERIES OF SEMI-postals entitled "Culture 1958" has been is-j sued by Belgium. The 30 centi-1 mes plus 20 c shows a portrait by | Jan Van Eyck in the Bruges Communal Museum. The 1 franc plus 50 c depicts "Christ Carrying His Cross" by Bosch in the Museum Beaux-Arts at Gand. The 1.50 fr plus 50 c .pictures Jan Gossart's "Saint Donatien" at Tournai Museum. The 2.50 fr plus 1 fr has, Lambert Lombard's portrait ofi "The Artist" at Liege. The 3 frj pjjjs 1.50 depicts "Le Rameur" byi James Ensor at Anvers. The 5 fr' plus 3 fr shows "Henriette, Au' Grand Chapeau" by Henri Even-! poel at Brussels. A BEAUTIFUL SET OF stamps jj has been issued by French Poly-!] nesia. There are 9 regulars, 4 air-| mails and 3 postage dues. Thei! stamps, ranging from the 10 cent-, imes to the 200 francs, show Poly I nesian life, boats and animals. All are multicolored. j NIGERIA HAS ISSUED a new! 3 pence stamp to commemorate the centenary of the founding of The colors 'are black and violet. ty. "I'm looking for some sort of philosphy, maybe the cold air will help me. It certainly hasn't hurt.' er in Shelby County Tenn. Coughing constantly and bleeding from the mouth, he told a newsman Tuesday night he was on his way to Austin, Tex., to ask Gov. Price Daniel to return him to prison. McKenzie called Dallas News police reporter Harry McCormick to tell him his story while between planes in Dallas. Nitrogen, Phosphorus Combination Is Best Phosphorus fertilizer does an even better job as a "starter" for corn when there is some nitrogen added with it. A. C. Caldwell, University of Minnesota soils scientist says that ammonia nitrogen added with phosphate increases the corn plant's ability to take up phosphorus from the fertilizer. SANGER, Calif. W) — An unknown little girl, who today would be a woman in her mid-40s, inspired the designation of the Nation's Christmas Tree, and with it one of the country's most impressive outdoor Christmas services. If she can be found, the Nation's Christmas Tree Festival Committee would like to honor her at this year's 34th annual service, which will be held the Sunday before Christmas beneath the awesome majesty of a giant sequoia. Norman Holt of Sanger, manager of the festival, says the story of the little girl was told to him by the late Charles E. Lee, the man who originated the annual pilgrimage. year-old tree, fi,500 feet up in the mountains. Fewer than 100 persons attended the non-denominational services, but the crowd has grown, each year until now it averages! 2,000 to 2,500. An act of Congress in 1955 designated the tree as a national shrine to American servicemen, living and dead. It was so dedicated in 1956 by Adm. Chester Nimitz, acting as President Eisenhower's presonal representative. While he has undertaken no organized search for the girl who inspired the developments, Chairman Holt says he would like to find her for this year's services. "It would be a fitting tribute," he said, "to this woman who, as Lee related that in 1924 he was ne ?""' to thls woman who » as •ith a nartv of tourists vip«,in<r a chlld > P r °ved the truth of the with a party of tourists viewing the great trees in the Sierra Nevada range 55 miles east'of Fresno. He and a little girl about 10 became separated from the others and found themselves gazing up at the shimmering branches of the sequoia known as "The General Grant Tree," 267 feet above them. Gripping his hand, she exclaimed, "My I What a wonderful Christmas Tree it would be!" Then she slipped away in the shadows, and lee never saw her again and never had any idea of her identity. But her remark stuck in his memory. The next Christmas, in 1925, Lee started the services in the snow at the base of the 3,500- saying that 'out of the mouths of babes great wisdom flows. Hunt, when she appeared btfofe Registrar 3. D. Blair, the minister said Blair and* the late Dr. George M. flparki, who was president of OSC to 19M wh«i the applications were wbtftltted, told the Negroes they couldn't accept the application* because they were "under order* of the board." Pour board member* testified Monday that the board had no segregation policy. The state claims the suit is not an honest effort by the three to enter the Atlanta-based school, but is spurious litigation financed by the NAACP. All three plaintiffs have denied the charge. Under cross examination, Mrs. Myra Elliott Dinsmor* said she understood she and her fellow plaintiffs were receiving assistance from the NAACP In the form of lawyers' fees. Corn Moisture and Net Feeding Values At 25 per cent moisture, it takes 92 pounds of ear corn to equal 70 pounds of ear corn at 15H per cent moisture. If your ear corn contains 30 per cent moisture, you need to feed 100 pounds to give the animals as much feed value as they would get from 70 pounds of the 15% per cent moisture corn, According to Bill Hueg, University of Minnesota agronomist.' : Seasoned birch, maple or oak, sawed into 16-inch lengths, piled 2 feet high and 2 feet long will make a bundle that a city home owner can haul in his car trunk. SAVE MORE WITH THESE DRY CLEANING SPECIALS NO NEED TO BUY COUPON BOOKS You Can Depend On Our Qualify! MEN'S SUITS 89i PLAIN 1-PG. DRESSES STORM COATS GOATS (Men'i, Ladies') Men'i, Lodi«' (no Jackets) $1. $1.59 $1.09 i SAY MERRY CHRISTMAS All Year Through with Magazine Gift Subscriptions Coll Your Order Today HE 7-3890 KATHERINE CLEMMETSON SHIRTS LAUNDERED 22C EACH When Sent With Dry Cleaning Order FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY 1207 W. 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