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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 21, 1933
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IXTEEN MASON CITY (GLOBE. GAZETTE DECEMBER 21 1933 NSERVATION'S HISTORY GIVEN ;ement Progressing for icades Among lowans, Sketch Shows. ;S MOINES, Dec. 21.--The idea iservation has been generating ecades in Iowa, according to iwa fish and game commission, i sketched the history of this :nent in the state. This history IS: ty years ago Dr. Thomas H. rids, afterward president of rnlversity of Iowa, Jn a series laginative lectures set forth i-oat purposes of conservation, taudard was taken up by those ·/ho were able to catch the vi- nd its possibilities, and then by ·s and organizations in con- y increasing: numbers. As it 3 now, there can be few peo- the state who haven't a def- interest in 'one or more phases i conservation movement. ·-. landholder and the fanner, ig from recorded · data and : personal contacts, Is aroused · need for conservation of the rid the woodlands. Further, he i the fine landscape ot Iowa ;ted, he wants reasonably good g and hunting, he wants na- iild life to have its fair chance, .e demands and uses the kind door recreation which only the can provide at state preserves, parks and state lakes. First le improvement of his eco- sltuation, and thereafter for orichment of his life and his I's during their leisure time, ·untry citizen calls on the state to undertake a very wide field of conservation. Responsive to Requirements. The townsman in Iowa is peculiarly responsive to the farmer's re quirements, and he recognizes the fundamental necessity of meeting those requirements. He also expresses for himself much the same economic and recreational demands By these demands, a broad field is set for the conservation plan to cover. About three years ago the pres sure for wider active conservation measures came to a focus with the realization that up to that time the conservation movement had re maiued diffuse and somewhat inefficient. Opinions varied widely on the feasibility of certain projects and on methods of carrying then out. Few individuals or agencies hac a broad grasp of all the inter-relatec factors or of the practical realities in the whole situation. Some of the available funds were plainly no! used to the best effect. Many ui'genl problems remained untouched for lack of a definite knowledge of how to attack them. Out of this confusion sprang the idea of preparing one comprehensive conservatiot plan in which each element coulc take its proper place, co-ordinated with the others, and in which the effort and moneys expended coulc ba directed most effectively and economically. Long Time Program. In March 1931 the general assembly adopted a joint resolution, which was approved by the governor, instructing the state board of conservation and the state fish and game commission to collaborate on the preparation of a long term conservation plan, and program. While every branch of the state government is obviously concerned, particularly such departments as those of agriculture, forestry and public health, nevertheless, the two agen- FEDERAL PACKING CO. 'hone 746 213 North Federal WE DELIVER $1.00 ORDERS [Turkeys ib. 12c young Chickens Quarter £ Beef Hal£-a-Hog Round, Sirloin BeeE Roast . Oysters . . . Pork Roast . Open Friday and Saturday Evenings Whit e Front Grocer y W. J. PARROTT (owner) 211 North Federal Ave. Former Location of Plggly Wlgfjly Store No. 1 ILIMALENE, large -size 18c 0 MULE TEAM BORAX, large size 28c OFTO TOILET TISSUE, 6 rolls 25c [ills Dale Bartlett Pears, 2 Ige. No. 2Y 2 cans 26c Vestbest Yellow Cling Peaches, 2 large No. 1 2 y t cans 33c [art Brand Red Kidney Beans, 3 No. 1 cans ~.26c lerbers Strained Vegetables, 3 cans 25c lunbars Wet Pack Shrimp, 3 cans _....25c lorning Bracer Coffee, Ib _. _ 19c ELLO, 2 pkgs ; lie OWDERED SUGAR, 2 Ibs _.15c HXED CHRISTMAS CANDY, 2 Ibs 25c IUNTE FILLED CANDY, 2 Ibs ._.2Hc ^EANUT BRITTLE, Ib ..,,...., IOc HXED NUTS, Ib _ 20e iRAZIL NUTS, while they last, Ib. Joe FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 'RANGES, Sunkist, dozen Iflc lorida SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT, 7 for ..... 25c ;OMAN BEAUTY APPLES, 6 Ibs. for ...25c OTATOES, Cobblers, peck' 19c Large, crisp CELERY and LETTUCE ~ FRESH MEATS WISS STEAK, Ib _ _ .....13c ENDER BEEF ROAST, Ib. _ _ . __ IOc HICKENS, Ib ,,.,, 13c EEFBOIL, Ib. _ 5c clea named In tne legislative resolution were deemed best to cover the fields not otherwise well covered and to co-ordinate all the projects into one plan which they and other agencies, both public and private, could use as a guide. The terms of the resolution, then, 11156 the demands of the people, open the way to a study of all phases of conservation and development. Correspondingly, the conservation plan survey has reviewed the entire field and reduced it to those elements which have the moat vital and most direct bearing upon human living in Iowa. The plan correlates and makes specific and concrete the otherwise scattered vague requirements and proposals in fields ranging all the way from certain aspects of soil erosion control to song-bird sanctuaries. It recognizes three divisions or points of attack, the economic, the scientific and the recreational. Has No Limit. So there is no limit to the range of the conservation plan except that of usefulness and practicability. But In the whole plan there is definite recognition of the critical limitation of finance. It has been assumed, In fact, that no money would be available to use under .the guidance of the plan that would not be available without any plan. Thus, the direct purpose of the plan 5s to make those funds go much farther than would be possible without an orderly program. Viewed in another way, however, the money available for conservation, measured as above indicated, is ludicrously small and the total runs approximately 20 cents per capita a year for all phases of con servation work. Certainly, conservation In Iowa, with its enormous economic and humanitarian values has been greatly under financed in proportion to other lines of activity. Lyle L. Davis Gets Master's Degree at Iowa State College Lyle L. Davis, Mason City, was among those who received master's degrees at Iowa State college at the exercises which marked the completion of the fall quarter. Dr. R. M. Hughes delivered the commencement address. Fifty-one bachelor of science degrees were · conferred, 17 from the division of agriculture, 20 from the division of engineering', 6 from the division of home economics and S from the division of industrial science. Fifteen master of science degrees and nine doctor of philosophy degrees were conferred. North Iowa students receiving degrees of bachelor of science from the division of agriculture arc: Raymond W. Hagie of Clarion, Carl P. Hertz of Laurens. Master's degrees were also conferred upon A. J. Marken of Hampton. CHRISTMAS SPECIALS FILLED COFFEE CAKES, each lOc DOUGHNUTS, dozen lOc MINCE and PUMPKIN PIES, each 15c FRUITCAKE 25c TEA BISCUITS, dozen 6c IRISH BREAD, loaf IOc CARAWAY RYE BREAD, loaf lOc PURITY BAKERY 316 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. PHONE 80 Buehler Bishop Groceries and Meats -- Phone 2071 -- 1S83 North Federal CRANBERRIES, fancy, 2 Ibs CELERY, large, fancy LETTUCE, solid heads, 3 for ........ DATES, new crop, Ib. PEANUT BRITTLE, Ib. PEANUTS, fresh roasted, 3 Ibs PUMPKIN, No. 21/2 can MINCE MEAT, package GRAPEFRUIT, 7 for Blue Barrel SOAP, 7 large bars HAMBURGER "all beef," 4 Ibs Decker's Choice Beef Cuts DUCKS and CHICKENS Dressed--at Lowest Prices Folger's Coffee it. .25c .IOc ..IOc .IOc 25c ..IOc .IOc .25c ...25c ...25c NOSER'S SEL~RITE 516 South Federal Phone 770 Free Delivery OPEN SUNDAY--9 TO-12 A. SI. Friday and Saturday Specials BUTTER, Ib. ' 18c SODA CRACKERS, 2 Ibs -..20c GRAHAM CRACKERS, 2 Ibs - 23c MCLAUGHLIN'S COFFEE, Ib. _. _ 19c 0. K. COFFEE, 3 Ibs ..._ _ 55c JAPAN TEA, 1/2 Ib IOc HONEY, full 2 Ibs __ 25c 10 Ibs. GRANULATED SUGAR 47c MIXED NUTS, Ib 15c MO. PECANS, Ib 15c ENGLISH WALNUTS, Ib 15c BRAZIL NUTS, Ib 15c FILBERTS, Ib _ 25c PAPER SHELL PECANS, Ib _ 25c JUMBO PEANUTS, quart ,, 5c MIXED CANDY, 2 Ibs _ _.25c PEANUT BRITTLE, 2 Ibs 25c ALMONDS, Ib I8c 1 Ib. Box Chocolate Covered CHERRIES _ 25c 1 Ib. Box CHOCOLATE PEPPERMINT 2oc 5 Ib. Box Assorted REX CHOCOLATES $1.25 1 Ib. Box Assorted CHOCOLATES . . . 25c GRAPES, 2 Ibs _,, _,,.,, 19c ORANGES, dozen _ 20c MEAT DEPARTMENT DALE WLOXHAM, Mgr. Rolled Rump Roast, Ib.. . Pork Roast, no shank, Center Cuts, Ib. _ _ 8' Pork Cutlets, Ib _ 12*' Beef Steak, Ib 10' CHICKENS, 4 to 6 Ib. average, Ib. _ 13c Plenty Fresh Dressed Turkeys, Ducks, Geese REPORT LONG TO BE INVESTIGATED Washington Paper Says U. S. Iquiring Into Huey's Income Taxes. WASHINGTON, Dec. 21. UP-The Evening Star said today that the federal government has just renewed an investigation into income taxes paid by Senator Huey Long and others affiliated with his Louisiana political machine. Huey Not Interested. NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 21. UP)_ Commenting on the Washington Evening Star's announcement that the federal government had renewed investigation into his income tax payments and those of his nolitical Cut Rate Grocery SAVES YOU MONEY PRICES BELOW GOOD FOB FRIDAY AN» SATURDAY Let Our Store Be Your Store. Wo Know We Can Save You Money. PHONE 112--118--114 Free Delivery of 50c Order or More SAME PRICE BOTH STORES CANE SUGAR, 10 pounds 46c Decker's Sliced Bacon, Ib. 15c Boneless Codfish, Ih. box 25c Decker's Porkettes, Ib.... 15c Orange, Lemon, Citron, Ib. 29e Good Potatoes, peck...'.. 25o 25c Wright's Silver Creani I9p Mac., Nood., Spag., 5 pkgs. 2oi- Oranges, doz. 19c, 23c, 29c, Sao Good Mincemeat, Ib 19c SOo Pills. Pancake Flour 23c Raisins, pkg lOc BEST GRADE NUTS English Walnuts, 2 Ibs... 25e Mixed Nuts, Ib 18o Large Washed Brazils, Ib. 18c Largo Almonds, Ib IDc Large Filberts, Ib 23c Peanuts, Ib IOc English Walnuts, No. 1 Diamond, Ib 25o CHRISTMAS CANDIES Peanut Brittle, Ib lOo Christmas Mixed (best) 2 Ibs SBo 1 Ib. Fnney Chocolates, box 25c 1 Jb. Choc.'Covered Mints 20c Cut Rock, Ib 15c Orange Slices, Ib lOc Pure Sugar Candy, 10 sticks 5e CRACKERS, 2-lb. caddy... .18c Peanut Butter, 2 Ib. jar. .25c Peanut Butter, 1 Ib. jar..l5o Vanilla Flavor, 8 oz. bottle 19c Sweet Pickles, pints 15c White Flour, 5 Ib. sack.. .24c 15o Catsup, 2 bottles 25c IOc Melo, Can oe Gelatine, all flavors, pkg. 5c IOc Baking Soda, S pkgs. 25r IOc Sal Soda, 3 pkgs Zoo 15o HUcx, 3 bottles 2aC lOo Paimollvo Beads, pkg. 5c Pure Crlsco, 2 Ibs. 35c Dried Peaches, 2 Ibs 2iin Dried Apricots, Ib 15c, 19o Triumph Flour, 49 Ib. sk. 81.19 2Sc Pure Vanilla. 2-oz. hot. Iflc Toilet Paper, 3, 4, 5 f o r . . 25c Dry Lima Beans, S Ibs.... 25c 15a Bab-O, 2 cans 25o IOc Kitchen Cleanser, 4 for 25r Libby's milk, 4 large cans 25o lOo Pumpkin, 3 cans 2Sc Mustard, Quart Jar IDC Mustard, pint jars lOo Fruit Pudding, large- can.. 15c TOBACCO Makes a Real Gift · Prince Albert or Velvet COFFEE, TEA Best Peaberry Coffee, Ib. 19c 3 !bs. -IBc Cut Kate Special, 1!) 25c Choc. Cream Coftee, lu. 39c Cut Rate Special Ten, pkg. 28c Elmvalc. Tea, pkg 3oc Green Tea, best grade, Ih. 25c Best Or Tea Sittings, Ib. 13o FANCY DATES, 2 pounds 19c VEGETABLES Canadian Rutabagas, S Ibs. KK- Fancy Onions, 8 Ibs 2oc Beets, can Iflc, 2 for 15c Acorn Squashes, 4 for. ...IOc 15c Peas, 2 for 25c Hubbard Squash, each....!5c Wax String Beans IOc Hominy, quart can lOe Peas, per can lOc 1 Iflo Com, large can, 3 for 25c Green String Beans, can IOc Lima Beans, Inrge can...10" Tomatoes, largo can IOc I5e Corn, 3 cans 25c Cut Rate Grocery SC E. State St. Phono 112-113 C. K. BUSH, Mgr. 508 1st S. W. Phone 114 EARL BUSH, Mgr. associates, Senator Huey P. Long said: "That has been up 750 times and always comes up just before congress meets. I am not interested." He declined to elaborate on the statement. Private Service to Be Held Friday for Clyde Stilwell, 54 A private funeral service for friends of Clyde Stilwell, 54, who died at a local hospital Tuesday following an accident at th2 American Beet Sugar company plant, will be held at the Randall funeral home Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The Rev. David L. Kratz, pastor of the Church of Christ, will he in charge of the services. The I. O. O. F. lodge will hold a short serv- "ce at the grave. Burial will be in Memorial park cemetery. Fellow workmen will be pallbearers. Surviving relatives of Mr. Stil- welt are his wife, Ivadell, daughter, Ruth, and two sons, Vernon and Norman. Sir Humphy Davy isolated the metallic element, calcium. Ducks-Geese Chickens - Turkeys ALL DELICACIES FOR CHRISTMAS A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES Lawrence Grocery 402 Twelfth St. N. W. Phone 2137 (his |his pur fc if r c PHONE 693 TITTLE BROS JiK^c^^cmBsrci CIO.INC. ··» 90 00» tut 105 SOUTH FEDERAL SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY Sc SATURDAY Fancy Fresh Dressed, Ib. lie Beef Pot Roast Ib. 4jc Steak Round T-Bone Ib. 8C Roast, lean Ib. 5c · Meat. Ib, 12 c » Fresh Dressed, pound IOc LARD, pure . . Ib.Sjc Beef Steak. 3 Ibs. 17c Pork Steak . .. Ib. 7c Beef Chuck Roast Ib.Sc FRESH--ALL MEAT Hamburger SHOP EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION OF CHRISTMAS POULTRY HEY FOLKS! If you want a REAL Christmas Dinner-be sure you have ALL-BUTTER

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