Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 16, 1948 · Page 36
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20 July i*. Item CMy GI«b«.G*MU«, »«••« Cttf, te. Dust Boxes Help Birds Summer D«* MoinM, (AV-If you want to ;help the birds through the hot summer days, says the .state conservation commission, erect a bird bath and a dust box. "During the hot summer months norservice is' more appreciated by wildlife than the erection and care of a bird bath," the commission said. "To the birds a well- kept bath, is a combination of a necessity and a luxury. ^Another bird attractor during the summer months, and one that wiU receive almost as much use as -the 'bath, is a dust box, in which birds may free themselves of -parasites." ;jMore Than He Could Carry New . York, (U.R) — A thief can carjy just so much. When $4,000 In - nickels, dimes and quarters weighing 375 pounds were stolen from the office of vending machine operators, an additional $2,000 weighing 320 pounds was left behind. Grady to Go to Greece as Ambassador Washington, (U.R>—The state de-' partment announced Wednesday that Dr. Henry F. Grady of San Francisco will leave lor Athens by air Sunday to take up his new duties as ambassador to Greece. The department disclosed at the same time that Grady will relieve Dwight P. Griswold, former governor of Nebraska, as chief of the American aid mission to Greece. Grady, who has been ambassador to India, has been consulting with state department officials for the past 2 weeks. At one time, he was assistant secretary of state for economic affairs. . The state department said Grady was being transferred from India to Greece "because of his unique qualifications for the difficult task confronting the chief United States representative to Greece at this juncture when all U. S. activities in that country must be closely integrated." Griswold has directed the American aid mission to Greece for the past year. He is expected to return to the United States some time next month. 75 6e good do matey fffoya. sauce in soup • • * i/uze Unlike ''salad dressing," Best Foods Real Mayonnaise contains no starchy filler. It's all pure mayonnaise. That's why it's so good eo many ways. In salads, as a fcauce, in soups, and asa spread ,for bread, Best Foods Real Mayonnaise is full-bodied and rich as only real mayonnaise can be. UNITED FRUIT STORE 33 East State Phone 748 Ask For Decker Products Decker's lowana BACON, Ib Decker's lowana LARD, Ib Decker's lowana Ass't. LUNCH MEATS, Ib. Jumbo CANTALOUPE, each Green and Wax BEANS, Ib Bing CHERRIES, Seedless Grapes, Ib.. . . STARK 1ST Tuna Can 45c VAN CAMP'S Pork & Beans 2 Cans 2/C Best Foods SALAD DRESSING, pint 49c HILAND POTATO CHI PS COCA-COLA 98c TOWNE PRIDE TOPPINGS Case HIRES ROOT BEER 98c i tiste Rite MUSTARD, Quart 23c CM Roasted COFfEE, Ib.. 45c LEM- -%g- MIX Z5C Mix MIX, Pkg. Mail Carriers to Make Wild Life Survey Des Moines, (JP) —About 1,000 of Iowa's 1,400 rural mail carriers will make their 2nd wildlife survey the week of July 26-31 for the state conservation commission. The commission said Wednes- day the carriers will record the number and size of quail and pheasant broods observed while driving their regular routes. The carders made a similar survey last March. The information obtained guides the commission in setting the hunting seasons. Two more such surveys will be made later this year. Where Ducks Walk on Fish HarrlBburr, Pa., (U.R)—The Py- matuning reservoir spillway in western Pennsylvania is known as FOR DELICIOUS DESSERTS AT HOME MADE BY TOWNE TALK CO. • LOS ANGELES • TOPS /N TOPPINGS FOR 12 YEARS he place where "the ducks walk the fishes' back." The small carp inhabiting the outlet gather by the thousands for the bread hrown to them daily. Ducks walk up the fish "pyramid" thus formed to snatch the food from their competitors. 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